Magellan Roadmate 2200T
Capacity: 1700 mAh Extended Capacity Voltage: 3.7V Battery type: Li-ion Compatible part numbers: 37-00030-001 E4MT181202B12 027100SV8 Compatible models: Magellan RoadMate 2000 2200T 2250T
Part Number: CS-MR2000XL-72506775
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Magellan Roadmate 2200T GPS, size: 1.4 MB
Magellan Roadmate 2200T
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User reviews and opinions
|james||5:28pm on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
|Just gave this unit a workout around our suburban Atlanta area, purposely throwing it curveballs by deviating from suggested routes. Great product None|
|Rygel||5:44pm on Saturday, October 9th, 2010|
|Very Pleased The original unit had a small glick. I contacted the seller. Magellan 2200T This is a good unit as far as hardware but the base map is terrible. Disapionted I was disapointed in the product that I recieved, the Magellan RoadMate 2200T. I did not recieve a car charger nor a home charger for it.|
|pantaz||1:14pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010|
|Voice turning, mapping capability, easy to read Gives wrong directions, freezes and shuts off|
|George Politis||10:21pm on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|Does much of what much more expensive mobile GPS systems do It works fine and for the money it is hard to beat ; It quickly re routes you if you make...|
|hopeman_01||11:01pm on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|Pros:Cheap (refurbished can be had for less t... On-screen colors, display, multi-turn zooming feature, auto-complete, durability of unit. I can not speak for any Garmin model, but I h... I have tried both the Magellan RoadMate 1400 and 2200, as well as several TomTom versions. Pros: On-screen colors, display, multi-turn zooming feature, auto-complete, durability of unit, stable connection to satellites. Pros: On-screen colors, display, multi-turn zooming feature, auto-complete, durability of unit, stable connection to satellites.|
|phentermine||7:40am on Saturday, August 7th, 2010|
|I have had the 2200t for two weeks and love every time I use it. Just got one of the nicest Christmas presents ever. This unit is all they say and then some. Put simply-I LOVE it! I am a computer technician. I am on the road 9hrs a day. Decided it was time to get a Magellan gps. I tryed others. None like this Magellan 2200T.|
|tepolgar||11:44am on Friday, July 16th, 2010|
|GP-Awesome This thing is awesome, a real life saver on a recent trip to san diego.|
|kpurcell||7:26pm on Thursday, May 13th, 2010|
|product operates slowly has short comings "Good Value" "Low light" It would be nice for immage resolution and quality to be higher. "Good Value" "Low Quality","Image quality"|
|gilbertd2||4:03am on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010|
|An excellent sat nav works straight out the box .Easy to use just enter post code .|
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About the Battery
Do not attempt to replace the battery. Please contact Magellan Technical Support for issues related to the battery. Use the charger approved for your Magellan RoadMate 2200T.
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for class B digital devices, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not properly installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by taking one of the following steps: Reorient or relocate the receiving aerial. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate this equipment. IMPORTANT NOTE: FCC Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits established for an uncontrolled environment. End users must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This transmitter must not be placed next to or operated in conjunction with any other aerial or transmitter. In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations, shielded cables must be used with this equipment. Operation with non-approved equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception. The user should note that any changes or modifications made to the equipment without the approval of the manufacturer could render the users authority to operate this equipment inapplicable.
Cancel Route Button
Displays a bar graph indicating satellite signal strength. Provides a way to re-calculate the route you are on. Useful when you have veered off the route and need it to be re-calculated. This function provides you with access to a listing of common POI categories that are near upcoming motorway exits. (can only be used while travelling on a motorway.) Accesses the second page of the route main menu. Accesses the options menu.
When selected displays the Satellite Status screen. The Magellan RoadMate performs automatic re-routing. This button can be used to speed up the re-routing process.
POI Near Exit Button
Menu Page 2
Menu Page 1
Accesses the first page of the route main menu. Accesses the Application Menu for additional applications and system settings. Functional only when travelling on a multidestination trip. Provides access to tools to modify the trip you are on. Accesses the trip computer feature providing information about the trip that can be saved.
Active Trip Button
Main Menu - No Active Route 4
Street Address Button
Create a trip using a street address as the destination. Create a trip using a point of interest from the POI database as the destination. Displays a bar graph indicating satellite signal strength. Save your home address in the Magellan RoadMate 2200T and easily create a trip with your home as the destination. Access addresses saved to the address book. Can also be used to re-route to a previous destination. Create a route to a junction. When selected displays the Satellite Status screen.
POI-Points of Interest Button Satellite Status
Address Book Button
Accesses the second page of the route main menu. Used to access country detailed maps loaded in the Magellan RoadMate. Always make sure the appropriate country is first selected when you search for an address or a POI.
Destination country button
Accesses the options menu.
Accesses the first page of the route main menu.
Accesses the Application Menu for additional applications and system settings. Used to access personal POIs created with the PC Tools or speed trap POIs found on your region SD card. Used to create a multidestination trip that can be routed to or saved. Accesses the trip computer feature providing information about previous trips that can be saved.
Locate Screen (Select the top bar on the Map screen) The Current Location screen displays information about your present position and provides a way to save your present position in your address book. The left side of the screen indicates your heading, an address for your present position (if able to calculate), the next and previous street, as well as the latitude/longitude of your present position. The right side of the screen shows a compass, the elevation (if able to compute) and the speed you are travelling. Use the Save button to store your current position into your address book. Select "X" in the upper right corner to return to the Map screen.
Once the POI has been selected from the available list, select the routing method you want to use and the Magellan RoadMate will begin calculating the route.
Creating a route to a nearest POI 1. 2. 3. 4. From the Main Menu, select POI-Points of Interest. Select the category of POI and, if displayed, the subcategory. Select Near. Select Current Position, Address or Town Centre. The most common will be Current Position. In this case you could be looking for the nearest petrol station to your current position. 5. A list of POIs for the selected category and nearest to the criteria you chose in step 4 wil be presented. Select the POI you wish to go to. Once the POI has been selected from the available list, select the routing method you want to use and the Magellan RoadMate will begin calculating the route.
This is a sample list of POIs that meet the set criteria. The address and phone number is displayed to help you select the right POI. The red arrow indicates the approximate direction of the POI from your current position.
Creating a route to a POI near an upcoming motorway exit This feature only works if you are travelling on a motorway. If you try to access it while not on a motorway, an alert is displayed indicating that it is not available. 1. 2. From the Main Menu, select POI-Points of Interest. Select POI Near the Exit at the top of the list. Note that this is available if you are currently travelling on a motorway. Select the exit for which you would like to display the POI to view all four of the categories for this exit or select a category icon to view the POIs for that category only for this exit. 4. Select a POI from the list of available POIs.
Once the POI has been selected, select the routing method you want to use and the Magellan RoadMate will begin calculating the route.
This function is available whether a route is active or whether you are travelling without a selected destination. Please note that if you are travelling with an active destination selecting a POI this way will cancel the route and create a new one. You will then need to redo the route, using Previous Destinations in the address book, to complete the original route. Note: when a route is active a POI near Exit button is also available from the Main menu.
Creating a route to go home
Setting the home address 1. 2. From the Main Menu, press on Home. If you have not entered a home address previously, select Yes to enter your home address. Select Search By Town, Search by Postcode or Previous Towns. Input the information as requested depending upon your selection in step 3. If using Search By Town: Spell the town name and select the town from the list, spell the name of the street and select from the available street list, then enter the address number for the street (it must fall within the street number range displayed at the top of the screen). If using Search by Postcode: Enter the post code for the address and select the town from the list of available towns. Spell the name of the street and select from the available street list, then enter the address number for the street (it must fall within the street number range displayed at the top of the screen). If using Previous Towns: Select a town from the list of previously used towns. Spell the name of the street and select from the available street list, then enter the address number for the street (it must fall within the street number range displayed at the top of the screen). 5. Select Save to store the home address.
10. With the trip complete, select Save.
Activating a multiple destination trip
1. 2. 3. 4. From the Main Menu, select Select Trip Planner. Select Guide Me. Select the Trip to be activated from the list of saved trips. to go to page 2 of the Menu.
A list of the individual destinations is displayed. Select the first destination on the list to activate the trip. Select the routing method to compute the trip.
You can also pick which destination to begin the trip on, skipping over destinations prior to it, by selecting the first destination you want to go to. In this example, selecting Kensington Palace will go to all four destinations in the trip. If you select Baden Powell House the trip would be to Baden Powell House and then to the Stranger Hall, skipping Kensington Palace and the Royal College of Music.
Editing a multiple destination trip
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. From the Main Menu, select Select Trip Planner. Select Edit. Select the Trip to be edited from the list of saved trips. Select the destination from the list of available destinations that is to be edited. Select the action required from the list of available actions. You can select Add, Move Up, Move Down, Delete or Cancel. Add: Using the standard methods of selecting a destination, a new destination can be selected and added to the trip after the destination selected in step 5. Move Up: Moves the destination selected up one level in the trip list. Move Down: Moves the destination selected down one level in the trip list. Delete: Removes the destination selected from the trip list. Cancel: Makes no changes and returns to the trip list. 7. When the trip edits are complete, select Save. to go to page 2 of the Menu.
Deleting a multiple destination trip
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. From the Main Menu, select Select Trip Planner. Select Delete, Rename. Select Delete. Select the Trip to be deleted from the list of saved trips. Confirm the deletion by selecting Yes. to go to page 2 of the Menu.
Renaming a multiple destination trip
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. From the Main Menu, select Select Trip Planner. Select Delete, Rename. Select Rename. Select the Trip to be deleted from the list of saved trips. Using the keyboard, enter a new name for the trip. Select OK when done. to go to page 2 of the Menu.
Magellan RoadMate Enhanced POIs
Overview Personal POIs can be created using the Magellan RoadMate PC Tools and loaded onto the SD card in your Magellan RoadMate. The Enhanced POI option provides a way of loading these POIs into the receiver and can then be used to create a route or trip. Speed Camera POIs The Magellan RoadMate comes with Speed Camera POIs for France, Germany, and the rest of Europe loaded as three enhanced POI files on the SD card. To view the Speed Camera icons on your map you will need to select the appropriate Speed Camera POI file for the country you are travelling in. Follow the instructions for Loading an Enhanced POI file and select the desired speed camera file.
Accessing the Enhanced POI Menu 1. 2. From the Main Menu, select Select the Enhanced POI icon. to get to the second page of the Main Menu.
Loading an Enhanced POI file 1. Install an SD card with POIs youve created using the Magellan PC Toolkit. (Make sure that the POIs you create using Magellan PC Tools have been uploaded to the SD card supplied with your Magellan RoadMate.) POI files for speed traps are already preloaded on the SD Card supplied with your Magellan RoadMate. Access the Enhanced POI menu. Select Change My POI file. Select Select a POI File. Select the desired POI file from the list of POI files available.
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Displaying/Selecting Categories 1. 2. 3. Load a POI file as described in Loading an Enhanced POI file. Select Display Categories. Select categories you want displayed or not displayed when selecting a POI to route to. (X will be shown.)
Magellan RoadMate 2200T Enhanced POIs
Setting Alarms 1. 2. 3. Load a POI file as described in Loading an Enhanced POI file. Select Set Alarms. Select those categories you want to be alerted to when approaching. (See Setting Alert Parameters.)
Setting Alert Parameters 1. 2. 3. 4. Load a POI file as described in Loading an Enhanced POI file. Select Alert Parameters. Select the category you want to set the parameters for. Select the Detection angle by selecting the detection angle button and entering a new angle [default is 45 degrees]. (This is the area in front of you that will be used to see if one of your POIs is upcoming.) Set the distance for the first and last warning by pressing on their respective buttons and entering the desired distance. Select Save when complete.
Creating a Route Using Enhanced POIs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. When an enhanced POI file has been loaded, access the Enhanced POI menu. Select Select category. Select the category that the POI is in. Select Nearest (closest to your present position) or Spell POI Name. If you selected Nearest, select the destination from the Select POI list. If you selected Spell POI Name, enter the first few letters for the desired POI and press OK. Select the desired POI from the list. Select Route. Select routing method.
Saving a POI to your Address Book from Enchanced POIs 1. 2. 3. 4. When an enhanced POI file has been loaded, access the Enhanced POI menu. Select Select category. Select the category that the POI is in. Select Nearest (closest to your present position) or Spell POI Name.
If you selected Nearest, select the destination from the Select POI list. If you selected Spell POI Name, enter the first few letters for the desired POI and press OK. Select the desired POI from the list. Select Save. Edit the POI as needed by pressing on the desired field and entering the information. Add the POI to your favourites list if desired by checking the Favourite checkbox. Select Save.
10. You can now route to this POI by selecting Route or return to the main menu by selecting Cancel.
System settings provides access to a number of global settings for the Magellan RoadMate. The following is a listing of the accessible settings. From the Main Menu screen, select the Application Menu icon and then the System icon.
A slider bar is displayed that can be selected to raise or lower the volume of alerts. Selecting the speaker icon (above the slider) will mute or unmute the speaker.
At the top of the display is a slider bar that can be selected to increase or decrease the brightness of the display. On-battery dimming (80%) should be checked if you want the display dimmed while operating on the internal battery only. This will lengthen the usable battery life between battery charging.
This setting tells the Magellan RoadMate how long it should stay on while there is no noticable activity. (Noticable activity would include button presses and the location of the Magellan RoadMate not changing.)
Changes the language used for voice alerts as well as menu items in to one of eleven languages.
Use the + and - buttons to change the time zone to your local area. Check the Daylight Savings box if you want the time automatically changed for daylight savings.
Setting User Options
Unit of Measurement
You can set distances to be displayed as Miles/Feet or Kilometres/Metres.
Page 2 Product Information
Provides detailed information about the software and firmware installed in the Magellan RoadMate. Also shown is the unique serial number for the receiver.
Provides a way to diagnose the audio, touchscreen or video portions of the Magellan RoadMate.
Additional Items Battery Life
A battery charge indicator is shown at the bottom of the display. When the Magellan RoadMate is charging, the green bars will sequence from left to right. Remove the power cable and the green lights will display the approximate battery charge.
Press the question mark in the bottom left corner and then Contact Us to display a screen with telephone and e-mail information for contacting Magellan about your Magellan RoadMate.
Portions of the Magellan RoadMate can be customised to your needs. To access the User Options menu, select Options from page 2 of the Main Menu and select the option you want to change.
In POI Selection you can select which POI icons you wish to display on the Map screen Check the POI category name to select or deselect it. POIs with an X will be displayed on the screen. Use Mark All or Clear All for global selections.
Address Book Options
This option provides a way to quickly clear addresses from your address book. Clear Addresses clears all of the addresses in your address book. Clear Favourites clears the addresses marked as favourites from your address book. Clear Previous clears the previous destinations list.
Provides access to customising how the Map screen functions. 3D Map / 2D Map: Changes the display of the map to 3D (forward looking display) or 2D (overhead display). Heading Up/North Up: Sets the top of the map display to either the direction you are heading or North. Note that North Up is only available when the map is set to 2D mode. Auto TrueView: As you approach a manoeuvre, the map screen changes to a TrueView display and then back to the map display just prior to the manoeuvre. This is the default setting. You can turn this feature off by unchecking Auto TrueView. TrueView can also be selected to view Split TrueView (default where half the display is the map and the other half an arrow indicating the manoeuvre requirements) or a Single TrueView (only the arrow is displayed).
You can choose from nine different combinations of colours for the map display. Auto Night Mode: Changes the colours of the display to the one chosen for Night Screen during evening hours. With Auto Night Mode off, only the Day Screen colours are used. Day Screen/Night Screen: Select these buttons to go to the map colour selection screen. Select the desired colour from the list on the left.
You can turn automatic re-routing on or off. With automatic re-routing on, the receiver will automatically recalculate the route whenever you leave the planned route. Automatic Re-Routing: When checked, automatic re-routing is on.
The Magellan RoadMate detects when you are on a route and you are moving slowly or not moving at all on a motorway. It then provides you with the option of detouring around the problem area. It can alert you visually on the map by displaying the detour icon or you can set it not to alert you so you can select detour from the main menu yourself. 5 km/10 km/ 15 km (3 mi/5 mi/10 mi) or Custom: This setting determines the distance that the detour will take you around. (If you are stationary on a motorway and select detour, the Magellan RoadMate will calculate the detour and try to get you back on the original route in the distance specified.) Enable automatic detour: This defines if the detour icon will be shown on the map when the Magellan RoadMate determines that a detour should be used. Alert After: This sets the duration when you have stopped or moving slowly on the motorway before a detour icon is displayed. Example: Settings of 5 km, Enable automatic detour on, and Alert After set to 1 min. You are being routed on a motorway and have been moving at 10 kph due to a traffic jam ahead. After 1 minute of moving slowly, the detour icon will be displayed on the left side of the map indicating that a detour should be used. If you want to activate the detour, press on MENU and select Detour. Select Route and the Magellan RoadMate will calculate a new route, detouring around the next 5 kilometres.
This option provides a way to set the Magellan RoadMate into simulation mode. In simulation mode you can create a route and observe the Magellan RoadMate in action as it simulates travelling along the route. Simulation: Check Propose simulator mode when calculating a route. to turn the simulator on. When on, you will be asked each time you create a route if you want it to be simulated.
The Magellan RoadMate has four colour schemes built in; Default, Pastel, Forest and Desert. Menu Colours: Select the desired colour theme.
The Magellan RoadMate uses an alert tone to indicate that a manoeuvre is upcoming or has been completed. You can select the type of alert tone to be used. Tone Options: Select Bell, Chime or Beep.
You can check the status of the GPS signals or set a starting location for the GPS receiver. GPS Status: Displays high-level information about the satellite and the signal it is transmitting. Set GPS Position: This is only useful if you have travelled a great distance with the Magellan RoadMate off and it is having problems getting GPS signals. You will be prompted to enter an address for your present location that the Magellan RoadMate can base its satellite search from. (It is extremely unlikely that you will ever need to use this option unless instructed to do so by a service technician if you are experiencing difficulties.) This option can also be used to define a starting point when simulating a route to a destination.
Backup and Restore
Backup and Restore will save (backup) all of your address, trips, and option settings to an SD card installed in the Magellan RoadMate. You can then upload (restore) this information in the future should you lose the information or accidently clear the addresses.
Magellan RoadMate PC Tools Installation
The Magellan RoadMate Tools application enables you to create custom POIs and load them onto your Magellan RoadMate 2200T. It also provides tools for uploading music files and photos onto your SD Card. Installing the Software 1. Insert the Magellan RoadMate Tools PC Application CD into your PCs CD drive.
2. The setup application will begin automatically. If it doesnt, browse your computers CD drive and double-click on the setup.exe file. 3. Select a default language for the Application.
The Welcome screen will appear to begin the installation process. Choose a destination for the application. Select Next to use the default location, or select Browse to choose a custom destination. Next, choose a Programme Folder in which to place the application icons. The Magellan RoadMate Tools software will be installed. After it has finished installing, a dialogue box pertaining to Microsoft Digital Signatures may appear, select OK. When it has finished, you can allow the installer to launch the application automatically, or deselect to exit without launching the application. Select Finish.
Magellan RoadMate Music Manager
The Magellan RoadMate Music Manager enables you to transfer song files in MP3 or WMA format from your computer to the SD memory card installed in your Magellan RoadMate 2200T. The amount of music you can load depends on the size of the memory available on your installed SD card. You can also choose to transfer your music files to a new, optional SD card but the detailed map and speed trap POIs will be unavailable. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot. Turn on your Magellan RoadMate 2200T by pressing and holding the Power button down for approximately 2-3 seconds if in sleep mode. (Ten seconds if not in sleep mode.) When the Warning screen appears, insert the small end of the USB cable into the USB port on your Magellan RoadMate 2200T and the large end into an available USB port on your computer. Launch the Magellan RoadMate Tools application. From the Magellan RoadMate Tools screen, click on Music. The left side of the window shows the contents of your computer and the right side of the window shows the contents of the memory card installed in your Magellan RoadMate 2200T.
Locate the song files you wish to load. When you have selected a file, the Transfer arrow will turn green. Click on the Transfer arrow to copy the file(s) to the memory card. In the same way, if you have loaded song files onto a memory card from another computer, you can copy the files from the memory card to your computer. When you have finished copying files, remove the USB cable from the Magellan RoadMate 2200T.
Magellan RoadMate Photo Manager
The Magellan RoadMate Photo Manager enables you to transfer image files in multiple formats from your computer to an optional SD memory card installed in your Magellan RoadMate 2200T. The number of images you can load depends on the size of the memory available on your installed SD card. You can also choose to transfer your music files to a new, optional SD card but the detailed map and speed trap POIs will be unavailable. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot. Turn on your Magellan RoadMate 2200T by pressing and holding the Power button down for approximately 2-3 seconds (Ten seconds if the Magellan RoadMate 2200T is not in sleep mode.) When the Warning screen appears, insert the small end of the USB cable into the USB port on your Magellan RoadMate 2200T, and the large end into an available USB port on your computer. Launch the Magellan RoadMate Tools application. From the Magellan RoadMate Tools screen, click on Photo. The left side of the window shows the contents of your computer and the right side of the window shows the contents of the memory card installed in your Magellan RoadMate 2200T.
Locate the image files you wish to load. When you have selected a file, the Transfer arrow will turn green. Click on the Transfer arrow to copy the file(s) to the memory card. In the same way, if you have loaded image files onto a memory card from another computer, you can copy the files from the card to your computer. When you have finished copying files, remove the USB cable from the Magellan RoadMate 2200T.
The Magellan RoadMate 2200T Music Player enables you to play music files in MP3, or WMA format, stored on an SD memory card installed in your Magellan RoadMate 2200T. If you have not already done so, you must install the Magellan RoadMate Tools application and transfer files onto the card using the Magellan RoadMate Music Manager. Note: You must use the Magellan RoadMate PC Toolkit to load music files onto the SD Card. Select the Application MENU button on the Magellan RoadMate 2200T and select the Music Player.
The Music Player control pad will appear.
Single Song Play Select Browse Music.
Use the Navigation key or the Down arrow song file you wish to play and press OK.
to select the
The song will begin playing automatically. At the top of the screen the name of the song, the artist (if available), the selected play mode, the elapsed time, and the song duration is displayed. Press the Play/Pause button to suspend song play. To resume song play, press the Play/Pause button again. Press the Stop button to stop song play. Once a song has been stopped, pressing the Play/Pause button will start the song from the beginning.
Multiple Song Play Multiple song play enables you to create a playlist. A playlist consists of one or more songs in a group that can be played continuously. Select Playlist The Playlist menu will appear. To exit the playlist menu, select ESC. Play To hear a previously created playlist, select Play. Use the Up or Down arrow to select the desired playlist. Select OK. The songs will begin playing automatically in order. Create To make a new playlist, select Create. Use the backspace button (<-) to erase the default name; and the keypad to enter a new name for your playlist. When you have finished, select OK. The next screen to appear shows the song files stored on the memory card on the left side, and the playlist on the right side. Use the arrow buttons on the left side of the screen to highlight the Music folder and then, select List Files. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the song files you wish to add to the playlist. Select Add to Playlist (right arrow) to add the highlighted song to the playlist. Continue adding files to the playlist. When you have finished, select OK. Modify Modify enables you to add or remove songs from the selected playlist. Select Modify. To remove a song from the playlist, use the arrow keys on the right side of the screen to highlight the desired song and then select Remove From Playlist (left arrow). Use the arrow buttons on the left side of the screen to highlight the song files you wish to add to the playlist. Select Add to Playlist (right arrow) to add the highlighted song to the playlist. Continue adding files to the playlist. When you have finished, select OK.
Delete To remove a playlist, select Delete. Select the playlist you wish to delete and select OK. A dialogue box will appear asking you to confirm your selection. Select Yes to delete the playlist. Rename If you want to change the name of a playlist, select Rename. Select the playlist you wish to rename and then, select OK. Use the backspace button (<-) to erase the name and the keypad to enter a new name for your playlist. When you have finished, select OK. Play Mode While in single song play, select Play Mode for song play options. Repeat All - Repeats all the songs in the current playlist starting at the beginning of the order. This feature only works if there are two or more songs in the playlist. Repeat - repeats the song that is currently playing. Preview - Plays the first five seconds of each song in the current playlist. Normal - Plays all songs in the current playlist in order. Random - Plays the songs in the current playlist in random order. List Songs Select List Songs to view the current playlist.
Equaliser The Equaliser provides advanced sound options so you can customise the quality of the playback. The equaliser will only be available for MP3 format sound files. Select an equaliser preset from the following pre-configured options: Default (flat), Jazz, Classical, Rock, Techno, Dance Hall, Live, Full Bass, Full Treble, and Full Bass & Treble. You are not however able to manually set the equaliser. Select the Equaliser.
Select the equaliser preset by pressing the button at the top of the screen When you are satisfied with your selection, select OK. To exit without setting the equaliser, select ESC. Help Select Help for descriptions of the Music Player buttons.
The Magellan RoadMate Photo Viewer enables you to view image files in JPG and BMP format, stored on an SD memory card installed in your Magellan RoadMate 2200T. If you have not already done so, you must install the Magellan RoadMate Tools application and transfer files onto the card using the Magellan RoadMate Photo Manager. Select the Application MENU button on the Magellan RoadMate 2200T. Select the Photo Viewer.
The Photo Viewer screen will appear. The Photo viewer will show the contents of the SD or MMC card installed in your Magellan RoadMate 2200T.
View Single Photo The next screen to appear shows the file structure of the memory card. Select List Files
Use the Navigation key or the Down arrow photo you wish to view and select View.
to highlight the
While viewing the image, double clicking on the image (i.e. pressing twice on the screen) will show the image in full screen. You can then cycle through the images by pressing on the left or right arrow. Previous Image (left arrow) Press the right arrow button to view the previous image in the folder. This button is greyed out (not functional) when viewing the first image in the folder.
Zoom Press the Zoom button to reduce or enlarge the current photo. The top of the zoom menu shows the current zoom level. Select another zoom level from the list of presets. Select Best Fit to adjust the zoom to fit within the display boundaries; select Actual Size to display the image at 100%; select 25% to 150% to reduce or enlarge the image to the preset level. Slideshow Press the Slideshow button to browse through all the photos in the Pictures folder automatically. Pan If you enlarge an image beyond the screen boundaries, press the Pan button to enable image scrolling. While enabled, you can drag the image in any direction to view other areas of the image. Press the Pan button again to disable Pan mode. Rotate Image Press the Rotate Image button to rotate the image 90 counterclockwise, 90 clockwise, or 180. Next Image (right arrow) Press the right arrow button to view the next image in the folder. This button is greyed out (not functional) when viewing the last image in the folder. ESC Press ESC to return to the folder list.
Manage Photos List View Press List view to show the files in a hierarchical list view. Thumbnail Press Thumbnail to show the files as thumbnails. Rename To change the name of the selected file or folder, press Rename. Use the backspace button (<-) to erase the name; and the keypad to enter a new name for your file. When you have finished, select OK. Properties To view information on the selected file or folder, press Properties. A thumbnail of the image will be displayed along with the width and height in pixels, the size, and the format (image type). When viewing the properties for folders, width, height, and format are not shown. Size shown is the combined size of all images in the selected folder. When you are finished viewing the properties, select OK. Tools Preferences General - In General preferences, you can set the default file view to either thumbnail or file list view. Slideshow - The slideshow preferences enable you to set the view properties, the sequence of photos, the transition between photos, and the duration between photos. Background - The background preferences enable you to set the background colour behind the photo being viewed. Delete Files Use the arrow keys to select the file or folder you wish to delete. Press the Delete button (trash can). A dialogue box will appear asking you to confirm your selection. Select Yes to delete the file. About This option will display the current version of the Photo Viewer software.
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