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|Ostash!||3:33am on Thursday, October 14th, 2010|
|TAKEN BY THE INTERNET! If I were AMAZON, I would discontinue this vendor. I ordered a new GPS;Navigon and received an obviously rebuilt item.|
|thundergoat||3:33am on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010|
|I have owned the Navigon 2100 max for about a year now. As I write this review, I am doing it mindful of similar products on the market.|
|ariconstancio||11:10am on Thursday, September 9th, 2010|
|If it had not failed me (and I bought one for... Nice screen. easy to read Not so easy to program The screen is pretty The navigation algorithm will lead you into endless problems just when you need it the most.|
|sydneyw||12:12am on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010|
|okay, heres why I think you should pay more weightage to this review.I have used Garmin, Navigon, TomTom, Mio and then Navigon again all on trial. Do not waste your money on this one. You know the saying you get what you pay for? Well that phrase is sooo true on this one.|
|carboncopy||8:17pm on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|"This GPS works great. Very happy with it. We have been playing around with it and it is as good as our build-in GPS in my 04 Acura. "I bought this on black fiday and used it that weekend to go to L.A.|
|SBL||5:12pm on Saturday, March 20th, 2010|
|it works pretty good. I just bought one about a month ago. the traffic alert is a great help. Great Product It is a great product with only one fault. That is when you turn it off just pushing the power button only puts it into sleep mode. Get Something Else I have been using this unit for a few times at different cities.|
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NAVIGON 2100/2120 Users Guide
English (US) January 2008
Imprint NAVIGON, INC 200 W Madison Street Suite 650 Chicago, IL 60606 The information contained herein may be changed at any time without prior notification. This manual nor any parts thereof may not be reproduced for any purpose whatsoever without the express written consent of NAVIGON, INC, nor transmitted in any form either electronically or mechanically, including photocopying and recording. All technical specifications, drawings, etc. are subject to copyright law. 2007-2008, NAVIGON, INC All rights reserved.
NAVIGON 2100/2120 Users Guide NAVIGON, INC.
January 2008 Revision 1.0
End User License Agreement
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Introducing Your NAVIGON 2100/2120
Welcome to the exciting world of handheld navigation. The NAVIGON 2100/2120 offers Global Positioning System (GPS)-based navigation and thousands of Points Of Interest (POIs). With the optional lifetime TMC accessory service, your navigation system can receive the latest traffic information available. If necessary, it can change your route dynamically in order to avoid traffic congestion. With the optional lifetime Zagat POIs accessory service, you receive ratings on thousands of POIs from the world's leading provider of consumer survey-based dining, travel and leisure information.
Touch screen Reset Power Connector Port (with integrated TMC antenna) SD memory card slot
(Optional) External GPS antenna Socket
Welcome Introducing Your NAVIGON 2100/2120
About GPS navigation
GPS is based on a total of 24 satellites that circle the earth and are constantly transmitting their position. The GPS receiver uses this data and calculates its own geographical position on the basis of the information transmitted by the various satellites. For a sufficiently precise positioning it is necessary to obtain the data from at least three satellites. With the data from 4 or more satellites the altitude above sea level can also be ascertained. The determination has an accuracy of about 3 yards. Once the navigation device has determined your position, it can be used as a starting point for route calculation. The map data on your navigation device includes the geographical coordinates of all digitally recorded Points Of Interest (POIs), streets and places. This enables the device to calculate a route between a starting point and a destination. The calculation of the current position and its representation on the map takes place once every second so your current position is always shown on the map. If GPS reception is impaired, navigation is interrupted. The navigation software remains active. As soon as GPS reception is restored, the navigation system calculates any change of position which has occurred in the meantime. Navigation may simply be continued.
sharp objects. To clean the navigation device, use a moist cloth only. Do not unplug by pulling on the cable. Doing so could damage the cable! Create a backup of the data contained on the memory card provided. The memory card must remain inserted in the device during operation of the navigation system. Note: Use SD or MMC memory cards only! Ensure that memory card contacts are clean and undamaged.
Note: Note: Note: Note:
Safety guidelines when installing in your car
Caution! Secure the cradle in such a way that the driver's visibility is not impaired. Caution! Do not attach the cradle within the deployment zone of airbags. Caution! When installing the cradle, ensure that it does not represent a risk in the
event of an accident.
Caution! Do not run cables directly next to safety-relevant devices and power supplies. Caution! After installation, check all safety-relevant equipment in the car. Caution! The car charger cable is to be connected to cigarette lighters with an operating voltage of 12V only.
Getting Started Preparing your NAVIGON 2100/2120 for use
Preparing your NAVIGON 2100/2120 for use
Use the navigation system at your own risk.
Caution! Please be sure to see the safety information in Important safety information
on page 6.
Charging the battery
Connect the car charger cable to the navigation device and to the vehicles cigarette lighter. The LED of the NAVIGON 2100/2120 indicates the current battery charge. The LED lights: No light, the battery is flat. Orange during charging. Green when the battery is fully charged.
Note: It takes approximately 6 hours to charge the device when the battery is flat.
A fully charged battery provides up to 3.5 hours of use.
Inserting a memory card
The SD memory card contains maps and navigation software. It also stores saved destinations, routes, and logbook entries. Insert the memory card provided into the slot on the side of the device. Press the card into the device until it locks into place.
Removing the memory card
1. Switch the navigation device off by pressing the (On/Off/Standby) switch for at least 6 seconds. 2. Press the memory card gently into the device until the lock disengages. The card pops up slightly. 3. Gently slide the card out of the slot.
Securing the cradle
Clean and dry the mounting surface and the suction cup on the base of the cradle. These areas must be dry and free of dirt and grease. 1. Unscrew the holding screw from the cradle.
2. Align the back of the holder into the cradle. 3. Replace the screw and tighten to secure the holder in the cradle.
4. Using the suction cup, fix the cradle provided to the mounting surface. The cradle should be as level as possible. 5. Press the suction cup lever down.
Securing the navigation device to the cradle
The holder has two small projections on the bottom and one on the top. These projections are designed to fit into corresponding slots on the bottom and top of the NAVIGON 2100/2120. 1. Insert the navigation device into the holder by aligning the two bottom projections into the slots on the bottom of the device. 2. Tilt the device backward slightly until the top projection clicks into place in the top slot. 3. Adjust the navigation device so that it can be seen easily.
Supplying power to the navigation device
Included in delivery of the NAVIGON 2100/2120 is a car charger cable with which power can be supplied to the navigation device via the vehicle's cigarette lighter. The car charger cable is connected to the NAVIGON 2100/2120 via the power connection port on the bottom of the device.
Caution! The car charger cable is to be connected to cigarette lighters with an operating voltage of 12V only.
Connecting an Optional GPS Antenna (Not Included)
With the NAVIGON 2100/2120, you can also use an external GPS antenna (not provided with the device). 1. Connect the GPS antenna to the external antenna/headset socket NAVIGON 2100/2120. 2. Secure the antenna to the mounting surface using the suction cups. on the
Getting Started Optional Accessory Services
Optional Accessory Services
Optional accessory services available for your NAVIGON 2100/2120 are: TMC (Traffic) Information Zagat Points of Interest (POIs)
Each optional service is purchased separately. Once activated, the service is provided for the lifetime of your NAVIGON 2100/2120.
Activating an Optional Accessory Service
At a retail outlet where NAVIGON 2100/2120 devices are sold: 1. Purchase an Accessory card for each service you want. On the Accessory card is the 15 character activation key, three blocks of five characters separated by hyphens. This key is used to obtain a device unlock code. On your NAVIGON 2100/2120: 2. Switch on the device by pressing and holding the least 6 seconds. The MAIN WINDOW displays. 3. Tap Options > Service Activation. (On/Off/Standby) switch for at
Returning to the Main Window
To return to the Main Window from any other window: Tap (Back) repeatedly, until the MAIN WINDOW redisplays.
Initializing the GPS receiver
Note: GPS initialization requires data from at least three satellites. If GPS data is not available, the receiver will not initialize. Note: It can take up to 20 minutes to initialize the integrated GPS receiver for the first time. Note: Each time you turn on the device, GPS receiver initialization begins. When GPS data is available, reception starts within one minute. If the navigation device has been switched off for more than a week, the next initialization can take up to 10 minutes.
In the upper right-hand corner of the display, the GPS symbol appears. As soon as data from at least 3 satellites is received, the symbol changes to
Note: If the GPS symbol displays GPS Ready after considerably less than 20 minutes, it is advisable to leave the receiver switched on for at least an additional 15 minutes to ensure reliable operation.
Caution! If you have connected the navigation device to the power supply via the vehicle's cigarette lighter, remove the connector before you leave the vehicle standing for a longer period of time. As the GPS receiver requires a constant supply of power, it could drain the vehicles battery.
Setting the volume
The volume of the spoken driving instructions can be adjusted during navigation. With a map displayed: 1. Tap (Volume). The volume bar opens. It contains three buttons for adjusting the volume: (Louder), (Softer), (Volume on/off).
2. Tap (Volume) again. The volume bar closes.
Using Standby Mode
When switched to standby, the device requires virtually no power and conserves battery time. Press the (On/Off/Standby) button briefly. To switching the Device back on from Standby Press the (On/Off/Standby) button briefly.
Note: If a password has been created for the device, the ENTER PASSWORD WINDOW appears when the device is switched back on from Standby. See Security on page 25 for more on using passwords.
Turning the NAVIGON 2100/2120 Off
Press and hold the (On/Off/Standby) switch for at least 6 seconds.
Basic Operations Viewing device status
Viewing device status
If you have forgotten your password, do the following: On any password window: 1. Tap the (Info) button. 2. Call the number displayed in the window. 3. Follow the instructions given by the service personnel.
Use the navigation system at your own risk. Caution! Please be sure to refer to the safety information in Important safety information on page 6. New destinations for the NAVIGON 2100/2120 are destinations that you have not yet navigated to or those that you have not yet stored. You can enter an address, select a POI, or select a destination from the quick search function.
Using auto-complete to select a destination
Lists often appear from which you can select an entry. This is the case, for example, when you enter a location. After you type the first letter, the largest city in the search area appears. Once you type a second letter, the list shows all map areas that begin with the typed letters.
As you enter additional letters, the list shortens, only containing entries that begin with the typed characters. The more characters you enter, the shorter the returned list becomes. You can move though a list using To accept an entry from the list: (Up) and (Down).
Tap on the entry. The list closes once an entry is accepted.
Selecting Destinations Selecting a Search Area
The Search Area Button
The (Search Area) button, used to select a map area, is located at the top of a location entry window. Once an area is selected, a code on the button reflects the selection. For example, if Illinois is selected, IL appears on the button.
Selecting a Search Area
When you enter a new destination for the first time, the SEARCH AREA list opens. To select an area that is different from the one currently shown, do the following:
The SEARCH AREA list opens. 2. Tap on the map area in which your destination lies. The button displays the code for the selected destination area.
Note: Only areas that are represented in the currently loaded map can be selected.
Selecting Destinations Ways to Search for Destinations
Ways to Search for Destinations
Enter an Address
To find an address, you can specify a:
City first Street first
If you do not know the exact street address. If you do not know the actual city.
Search for a POI
Note: Optional lifetime Zagat POIs accessory service is available. For more infor-
mation see Zagat Points of Interest (POIs) (Optional Accessory) on page 43.
Points of Interest, (POIs) are useful addresses that are organized according to particular criteria. POIs include airports, restaurants, hotels, gas stations, government offices, banks, hospitals, shopping centers, etc. Icons representing the POIs can be displayed on the map.
Tap (Back) to quit navigation.
A window prompts you to confirm.
No GPS reception
When GPS signal is interrupted, the following message appears:
You can: Wait until GPS reception resumes for determining position. Navigation begins automatically once GPS reception is sufficient. Tap the Cancel button. The MAIN WINDOW opens. Your destination is saved in the LAST DESTINATIONS list. Tap the Demo button. The route is calculated using the center of the specified location as starting point. The simulation of the calculated route begins. Tap (Back) to end the demonstration.
Arriving at your destination
A message displays when you have reached your destination. Your current position (indicated by an orange triangle) is shown on the map.
Zagat Points of Interest (POIs) (Optional Accessory)
Zagat POIs can be purchased for the NAVIGON 2100/2120 as an optional accessory service. Once purchased, Zagat information is provided for the lifetime of your NAVIGON 2100/2120 device at no additional charge. For more on purchasing and activating this accessory, see Optional Accessory Services on page 11.
With lifetime Zagat POIs, your NAVIGON 2100/2120 can select from thousands of POIs and view customer survey ratings for a selected POI.
Zagat POI Categories
Zagat survey information features over 30,000 points of interest (POIs) in hundreds of cities
The NAVIGON 2100/2120 offers Zagat survey information for the following five categories:
Attractions Golf Courses Hotels Nightlife Restaurants
Shopping centers and entertainment venues. Public, semi-private and resort courses. Hotels, resorts and spas. Nightspots and dance clubs. Food, decor, service, and cost.
Search for Zagat POIs
Once the Zagat POI accessory service is purchased and activated, Zagat POIs are returned with any POI search.
Zagat categories appear first in the list of returned locations. A in front of a Zagat category.
(Zagat POI) appears
Zagat Points of Interest (POIs) (Optional Accessory) Zagat POI Categories
View Zagat POI Information
On a POI DESTINATION SELECTION WINDOW:
Map functions in Navigation mode
When the map is open in Navigation mode, tap any point on the map. Buttons with various functions are displayed.
Changes between 2D and 3D mode. The symbol for the mode that is currently set is marked orange. Changes between "day" and "night" display modes. The symbol for the mode that is currently set is marked orange.
Interim Destination Opens a menu for entering an interim destination. The navigation system first guides you to this interim destination. Afterwards, you can simply continue navigation to your original destination. Skip Route Point Block Tap this button to omit the next route point. This button is inactive when less than 2 route points are pending. Tap this button in order to block a section of the route that lies in front of you, i.e. to recalculate the route in order to avoid this section of the route, e.g. if you have heard of a traffic jam relating to this section on the radio. Tap this button again to remove the block.
POI on Your Route Tap this button to display POIs on your route. This enables you to find out, for example, how far it is to the nearest services. A destination shown here can be added as an interim destination by tapping the (Interim Destination) button to the right of its entry in the list.
Working With Maps Map in Destination search mode
Map in Destination search mode
The map is always in Destination search mode when a pair of cross hairs can be seen. When you are driving, the map's orientation does not change. It is always oriented with north at the top.
Destination search tools include:
The map section shown becomes larger, but fewer details are shown. The map section becomes smaller, but shows more details. When this button is active, you can plot a map section with your finger. Plot the map section from upper left to bottom right and it zooms to fit the size of the screen. Plot the map section from bottom right to top left, and the map zooms out.
Zoom In Zoom Mode
When this button is active, you can move the map section with your finger. Tap on the map and drag it in the desired direction. Zooms the map so that the entire route is visible. Show your current position on the map.
TMC (Traffic Information) (Optional Accessory) The TMC (Traffic Information) Window
The TMC (Traffic Information) Window
Types of Messages
All traffic information
Information on all traffic events (severe and moderate traffic jams and obstructions) and weather warnings received in the area, based on TMC antenna reception. Information on all traffic events (severe and moderate traffic jams and obstructions) and weather warnings occurring along the route. Information on all traffic events (severe and moderate traffic jams and obstructions) and weather warnings not occurring on the route, based on TMC antenna reception. Information on severe traffic events (traffic jams) not occurring on the route, based on TMC antenna reception. Information on moderate traffic events (obstructions) not occurring on the route, based on TMC antenna reception. Information on weather warnings not occurring on the route, based on TMC antenna reception.
Not on route: all
Not on route: traffic jams
Not on route: obstructions
Not on route: weather warnings
Traffic Flow Severity Indicators
The color of the severity indicator reflects the impact of the traffic occurrence on traffic flow:
Red Yellow Green Heavy traffic, expect delays. Slow moving traffic. Normal traffic flow.
Event or Incident Icons
On the Traffic Information window, the following icons are used to represent traffic events or incidents:
Slow traffic. Construction.
Slippery road due to weather (snow, ice, rain, etc.).
General problem affecting traffic flow.
Road closed or blocked.
Informational only. No negative affect on traffic flow.
Ramp problems. On- or offramp closures, etc.
Displaying traffic messages
The traffic reports that are currently valid are available via the options of several windows. On the MAIN WINDOW: 1. Tap Options > Traffic. The TRAFFIC INFORMATION WINDOW opens. Above the list, the Traffic information button indicates the type of traffic information listed (on-route, off-route, etc.) and how many messages of this type are listed. For each traffic message in the list, information about the location and type of traffic obstruction is displayed. 2. Tap a message to view more information on the traffic event. The TMC DETAIL WINDOW displays. 3. When finished, tap the Back button to return to the TRAFFIC INFORMATION WINDOW.
Requesting a route recalculation
Note: This procedure is only available when the TMC Setting Recalculate Route is set to On Request. For more information, see Select Reroute Settings on page 76. During navigation, a message displays when a traffic message indicates a traffic event exists on your current route. Details of the event are shown on the TMC DETAIL WINDOW.
On the TMC DETAIL WINDOW: 1. Select how you want the traffic block to be handled. Options are: Avoid Traffic The navigation software recalculates a route to avoid the traffic obstruction. A
(Avoid) appears next to the traffic seg-
ment on the TMC (TRAFFIC MESSAGE) WINDOW. The navigation software ignores the traffic message and remains on the current route. A 2. Tap the button to select the alternative setting. (Ignore) appears next to the traffic segment on the TMC (TRAFFIC MESSAGE) WINDOW.
(Back) to close the TRAFFIC INFORMATION WINDOW.
TMC (Traffic Information) (Optional Accessory) TMC Settings Window
TMC Settings Window
In the TMC SETTINGS WINDOW, you can set and configure the TMC receiver, these settings determine how received traffic messages will affect subsequent routing. On the MAIN WINDOW: 1. Tap Options > Traffic. 2. Tap Options > TMC Settings.
Select another station
On the TMC SETTINGS WINDOW: Tap or to tune into another station.
Select Tuning Mode Settings
On the TMC SETTINGS WINDOW: 1. In the Tuning Mode field, select an option: Automatically The system searches for another station if reception becomes poor.
Hold station Hold frequency
The system searches for the same station on a different frequency if the signal becomes poor. The system does not search for another station if reception becomes poor.
(List) to view the list and select an option.
3. Tap the Done button to save your changes.
Specify the type of traffic messages to display
On the MAIN WINDOW: 1. Tap Options > Traffic. The TRAFFIC INFORMATION WINDOW opens.
On the Navigation map, the (TMC shortcut) button can also be used to display the TRAFFIC INFORMATION WINDOW. The TMC shortcut button displays when traffic messages have been received and are currently available. See Map in Navigation mode on page 63.
The Traffic Messages button shows the type of traffic messages listed and how many messages of this type are listed.
2. Tap the Traffic information button to view a list of available traffic message types. 3. Tap on the type of error messages to display. 4. Tap the OK button to save your changes.
Select Reroute Settings
You can select whether the navigation software recalculates a route automatically when a TMC message indicates that a problem exists on your current route. On the TMC SETTINGS WINDOW: 1. Tap Options > TMC Settings 2. In the Recalculate Route, select how you want to set route recalculation: Automatically The navigation system determines when to recalculate a route and when to ignore a traffic event, based on the severity of the impact on traffic flow. When a traffic message is received that severely impacts your current route, the navigation software displays a message indicating that it has recalculated a route avoiding the event. On request Each received traffic message displays on screen. You can specify whether to calculate an alternative route.
3. Tap (Toggle) to switch between options. The selected value is in bold. 4. Tap the Done button to save your changes.
You can use the NAVIGON 2100/2120 to record your vehicle mileage for tax purposes or for expense reports. The logbook is recorded in the Logbook.xls file. You can open the file with Microsoft Excel spreadsheet program. Each recorded trip is added at the bottom of the spreadsheet as a new entry. When first used, the Logbook.xls file is created in the MN6\Logbook directory on the navigation device's memory card. If you delete or move this file, a new file is created when you next record a trip. The device supports various types of trips for which one could record mileage. You can record mileage for Business, Personal, Commutes to work, etc.
Note: When logbook recording starts, every movement of the vehicle is recorded, even when you are not navigating.
Starting a recording
From the MAIN WINDOW:
1. Tap Options > Logbook. 2. Enter the required details. 3. Tap the Start button.
Stopping the recording
1. Tap Options > Logbook. 2. Tap the Stop button.
Note: A window opens when you have reached your destination. Specify whether you
would like to end logbook recording.
Customizing Your NAVIGON 2100/2120
Accessing the Settings window
The settings can be reached via the options of several windows. Tap Options > Settings.
The Settings window
The SETTINGS WINDOW is where you can customize your NAVIGON 2100/2120 to suit your personal needs and preferences.
The SETTINGS WINDOW has several buttons. Tap a button to open the corresponding settings window.
These settings include:
Select the language to be displayed on screen and to be used with spoken directions. Options are English, Spanish, or French. Indicate whether street names are spoken during navigation. Indicate whether Reality View displays a visual representation of an approaching junction. Highway signs and the lane to be used are indicated. (This feature is dependent on the selected map and may not be available in all areas.) Indicate how auto-zoom behaves by default when a 2D view mode is selected. The zoom changes, based on speed. When driving slower, the map scale gets smaller. When driving faster, the map scale gets larger. Options are no automatic zoom, smaller or larger map sections, or standard. Indicate whether to show street names on maps displayed in 3D view mode.
After changing an option setting: To save the change, tap the Done button. To discard the change, tap the Cancel button.
The SETTINGS WINDOW redisplays.
NOTICE TO DRIVERS IN CALIFORNIA AND MINNESOTA
State law prohibits drivers in California and Minnesota from using mounts on their windshields while operating motor vehicles. NAVIGON does not take any responsibility for any fines, penalties, or damages that may be incurred as a result of disregarding this notice. (See California Vehicle Code Section 26708(a); Minnesota Statutes 2005, Section 169.71)
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) has not tested the performance or reliability of the Global Positioning System (GPS) hardware, operating software or other aspects of this product. UL has only tested for fire, shock or casualties as outlined in ULs Standard(s) for Safety for Information Technology Equipment (UL 60950-1, cUL 991). UL Certification does not cover the performance or reliability of the GPS hardware and GPS operating software. UL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES OR CERTIFICATIONS WHATSOEVER REGARDING THE PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY OF ANY GPS RELATED FUNCTIONS OF THIS PRODUCT.
Dimensions Weight Operating conditions Operating temperature Storage temperature Humidity CPU Operating System Display 4.05 x 3.09 x.72 5.4 ounces -10C to 60C -20C to 70C 0% to 90%, non-precipitating Samsung 400Mhz Microsoft Windows CE Net 5.0 3.5-LCD-Color display with resistive Touch-Panel 320 x 240 pixels (WQVGA) Landscape format, permeable ROM RAM GPS TMC I/O Keyboard Loudspeaker Memory card USB Rechargeable battery Type Period of operation Charging Electronic Duration Car charger cable Type Input Output 64 MB 64 MB Built-in (SiRF Star III) Built-in (GNS FM6) Software keyboard Built-in SD, compatible with MMC/SD USB 1.1 Li-Ion, 1100 mAh Up to 3.5 hours1 Built-in Approx. 6 hours With integrated TMC antenna 12V = (Direct current, DC) 5V =, 1A (Direct current, DC)
1. Some NAVIGON 2100/2120 features can reduce battery operation time. These include TMC accessory service, GPS antenna reception, Daytime backlight feature, etc. When on full power mode, battery time is approx. 2-3 hours.
Technical Data Compliance Notices
The NAVIGON 2100/2120 complies with Part 15 of the FCC interference limits for Class B digital devices for home or office use. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference,and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. (Carrier frequency: 1575.42MHz, receiver only)
4.1 You shall not transfer the Software to other suitable hardware devices without NAVIGONs express, prior written consent. 4.2 You shall not, without NAVIGON's express written consent: (a) (b) Copy or reproduce the Software; Electronically transfer the Software through area or other network systems or any other system or use the Software on a server or any other device that permits simultaneous use of the Software by multiple users; Reproduce, copy, modify, adapt, reverse engineer, decompile or create derivative works based on the Software or any accompanying materials; or Remove, destroy, cover-up or obliterate any notices on the Software with regard to patent, trademark, trade dress or any other intellectual property or proprietary right.
4.3 You may not transfer the Content included within the Software apart from a permitted transfer of the Software itself. You also may not extract or remove the Content from the Software or otherwise make use of the Content apart from the Software. 4.4 You agree to use the Content with the Hardware Device solely for personal, non-commercial purposes for which you were licensed, and not for service bureau, time-sharing or other similar purposes. Accordingly, but subject to the restrictions set forth in Sections 4 and 5, you may copy the Content only as necessary for your personal use to (a) view it, and (b) save it, provided that you do not remove any copyright notices that appear and do not modify the Content in any way. You agree not to otherwise reproduce, copy, modify, adapt, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer any portion of the Content, and may not transfer or distribute it in any form, for any purpose, except to the extent permitted by mandatory laws. 4.5 THE SOFTWARE, CONTENT AND THE HARDWARE DEVICE ARE NOT DESIGNED OR INTENDED FOR USE IN ON-LINE CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT, AIR TRAFFIC, AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION OR AIRCRAFT COMMUNICATIONS, OR IN THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION OR MAINTENANCE OF ANY NUCLEAR FACILITY OR FOR USE IN THE CONTROL OF MASS TRANSIT OR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS OR IN ANY OTHER INHERENTLY DANGEROUS APPLICATION. NAVIGON AND ITS SUPPLIERS DISCLAIM ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR SUCH USES AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
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NAVIGON. This License shall take precedence over any other documents that may be in conflict therewith. ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE RELATING TO THE TOTAL TRAFFIC NETWORK DATA PROVIDED WITH YOUR NAVIGON PRODUCT: A. Total Traffic Network, a division of Clear Channel Broadcasting, Inc., holds the rights to the traffic incident data and RDS-TMC network through which it is delivered. You may not modify, copy, scan or use any other method to reproduce, duplicate, republish, transmit or distribute in any way any portion of traffic incident data. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Clear Channel Broadcasting, Inc. (and its affiliates) against any and all claims, damages, costs or other expenses that arise directly or indirectly out of (1) your unauthorized use of the traffic incident data or the RDS-TMC network, (2) your violation of this directive and/or (3) any unauthorized or unlawful activities by you in connection herewith. B. Total Traffic Network traffic data is informational only. User assumes all risk of use. Total Traffic makes no representations about content, traffic and road conditions, route usability, or speed. C. TOTAL TRAFFIC NETWORK TRAFFIC DATA IS PROVIDED "AS IS," AND "WHERE IS". TOTAL TRAFFIC NETWORK EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES OR WITH RESPECT TO THE TRAFFIC DATA (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THAT THE TRAFFIC DATA WILL BE ERROR-FREE OR WILL OPERATE WITHOUT INTERRUPTION), EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR THOSE ARISING FROM A COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE. D. TOTAL TRAFFIC NETWORK WILL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST REVENUES, ANTICIPATED REVENUES, OR PROFITS RELATING TO THE SAME) ARISING FROM ANY CLAIM RELATING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY TO USE OF THE TRAFFIC DATA, WHETHER A CLAIM FOR SUCH DAMAGES IS BASED ON WARRANTY, CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY). E. IN SOME AREAS A PORTION OF THE TRAFFIC INFORMATION IS PROVIDED BY INRIX, INC. AND (IN CERTAIN STATES) VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, UDOT COMMUTERLINK, AND/OR LOS ANGELES METRO AND CALTRANS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
About this User Guide
For better legibility and clarification, the following styles are used in this manual:
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Instructions and tips for operating the software.
More detailed information and explanations.
The software and the manual are subject to change without notice. NAVIGON, INC is not liable for the accuracy of the information contained in this manual or for damages resulting from the use of this manual.
All brands and trademarks mentioned in this document are possibly registered by third parties and are subject to the current legislation and to the rights of their respective owners without reservation. All mentioned names of products, societies, or brands may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Every right that is not explicitly accorded is reserved. The absence of the explicit labeling of registered trademarks used in this manual does not imply that the brand is not subject to the rights of a third party. NAVIGON, DirectHelp, and Reality View are trademarks of NAVIGON, INC. NAVIGON Lifetime Traffic is a service mark of NAVIGON, INC. Microsoft, Windows, Outlook, Vista and Excel are trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. NAVTEQ is a registered trademark of NAVTEQ. ZAGAT SURVEY Ratings and Reviews is a registered trademark of ZAGAT Survey, LLC. Total Traffic Network is a registered trademark of Total Traffic Network. Clear Channel is a registered trademark of Clear Channel Communications. ZENRIN is a registered trademark of ZENRIN EUROPE GmbH.
Introduction Customer Service
Visit the NAVIGON website (www.navigonusa.com/support/) to view our support page. On this page you can: Register your device. Search the NAVIGON database for commonly asked questions. Download navigation software updates. Send an e-mail to the support team. Call Customer Service. View or download User Guides. Report a problem. Report a map inaccuracy.
Caution! The United States government operates the Global Positioning System (GPS) and is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. Changes by the United States government may affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment, including your personal navigation device. Caution! Ordinances or laws may restrict use of certain abilities of your navigation device on public or private land.
Your NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max comes with the following accessories. If the contents are incomplete, please notify us within 14 days of purchase. The purchased product includes: NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max navigation device Car cradle and device holder Car charger cable (12 volt adapter) with integrated TMC antenna. SD card containing software and navigation map(s) Quick Start Guide Warranty and Safety Flyer
Getting Started Important safety information
Important safety information
Please read the following notices and safety information carefully before starting to use your navigation system.
Navigation safety information
Use this navigation system at your own risk. Caution! To prevent accidents, do not operate the navigation system while driving. Caution! Do not look at the display unless it is absolutely safe to do so! Caution! Traffic regulations have priority over any instructions from the navigation system.
Caution! Follow the instructions of the navigation system only when the circumstances
and the road traffic regulations allow you to do so! The navigation system guides you to your destination even if you deviate from the calculated route. Caution! Check that the mount is secured and adjusted properly before each journey.
Note: If you have not understood the spoken instructions, or you're not sure about what
to do next, you can briefly refer to the map or arrow view of your navigation system.
Safety information for the navigation device
Caution! Do not use pointed or sharp-edged objects on your devices touch screen.
Your NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max is designed for use by simply tapping the touchscreen with your finger. Caution! Protect the device from moisture. The device is not waterproof and is not protected against water damage. Caution! Do not run cables directly next to safety-relevant devices and supply lines. Caution! After installation, check all safety-relevant equipment in the car. Caution! Unplug the navigation device's power supply when you park the vehicle. The navigation device requires power in standby mode, and may drain the vehicle's battery. When not using your device for an extended of time see Turning off the NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max on page 26. Caution! Do not open the navigation device's casing under any circumstances. Caution! Do not attempt to replace the battery. For problems related to the battery, contact NAVIGON Customer Support. Caution! Always follow local regulations when disposing of this device. Caution! Do not expose the navigation device to extreme heat or cold. This may damage the device or impair its function. Caution! Use only the charger provided or one that has been approved by the manufacturer. Caution! Connect the charger to a suitable power supply. The voltage requirements can be found on the device case and/or the packaging.
Tap this button to: Activate an accessory service: Activate ZAGAT Survey Ratings and Reviews POIs. (See page 16.) Activate NAVIGON FreshMaps. Access the Route Planning window to: Create a route. (See page 81.) Save a route. (See page 84.) Load a saved route. (See page 84.) Run a simulation of a route. (See page 88.) Access the Settings window to set: Navigation options. (See page 113.) Route Profile options. (See page 114.) Map display options. (See page 114.) General options. (See page 115.) Additional Options button. (See page 116.) Go to the GPS Status window to: View current GPS status and location information. Save the current location as a destination (GPS reception required). (See page 68.) View the TMC Traffic window information. (See page 105.) Go to the DirectHelp window. (See page 35.)
Initializing the GPS receiver
Note: If possible, position the device with a clear line of sight to the sky to successfully receive messages from the GPS satellites. Note: GPS initialization requires data from at least three satellites. If GPS data is not available, the receiver will not initialize. Note: It can take up to 20 minutes to initialize the integrated GPS receiver for the first time. Note: Each time you turn on the device, GPS receiver initialization begins. When GPS data is available, reception starts within one minute. If the navigation device has been switched to standby for more than a week, the next initialization can take up to 10 minutes.
In the upper right-hand corner of the display, the GPS symbol appears. As soon as data from at least 3 satellites is received, the symbol changes to (GPS Ready).
Note: If the GPS symbol displays GPS Ready after considerably less than 20 minutes, it is advisable to leave the receiver switched on for at least an additional 15 minutes to ensure reliable operation.
Caution! The GPS receiver requires a constant supply of power. Leaving the device plugged into your cigarette lighter for a longer period with the vehicle turned off could drain the vehicle battery.
Setting the volume
You may indicate a destination directly on the map. In addition to towns and streets, you may also select POIs. Note: Only areas that are represented in the currently loaded map can be selected.
Destination Selection Entering an address
Entering an address
When searching for a location, you do not have to enter all of the address details. If you do not know the house number, leave the No. tab blank. On the Intersection tab, enter the name of a nearby cross street and the navigation system calculates a route to the intersection of the specified streets. In the MAIN WINDOW:
1. Tap New Destination > Enter an Address. The DESTINATION SELECTION WINDOW opens. The search area used in the previous search is shown on the SEARCH AREA TAB.
Note: To select a different search area, tap on the SEARCH AREA TAB, and select the state/province.
The CITY OR ZIP CODE tab opens.
2. Enter the city name or Postal code, then tap
Use the Alphabetic keyboard to type a city name Use the Numeric keyboard to type the zip or postal code, or Switch between the Alphabetic and Numeric keyboards to type a Canadian postal code.
Note: You can specify just a city name if you prefer a route to the center of the city.
The STREET TAB opens.
3. Enter the name of the destination street, then tap The NO. TAB opens.
4. Enter the house number, then tap If you do not know the house number:
Leave the No. tab blank. On the Intersection tab, enter the name of a nearby cross street and the navigation system calculates a route to the intersection of the specified streets.
Tap Start Navigation to route to just the street. If more than one location is found that matches your destination selection info, the NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max displays a list of locations.
Note: The search is performed on the street name and type, directional information (such as North, South, East and West) is not used in the search. The returned list of addresses will have specified street name with any directional indicator.
5. Tap on a location to select it.
6. Tap Start Navigation. The map opens in Preview mode.
For more information, see Starting navigation on page 61.
Destination Selection Selecting a Point of Interest (POI) destination
Selecting a Point of Interest (POI) destination
Note: GPS reception must be sufficient to determine your current position. You can see if GPS reception is sufficient by looking at the mation, see GPS on page 27. In the MAIN WINDOW: (GPS Ready) symbol. For more infor-
1. Tap New Destination > Search for POI > Nearby. The CATEGORY tab opens.
In the MAIN WINDOW: 2. Tap the Take Me Home button.
Navigation, using the current route profile information to calculate the route, begins. For more information, Starting navigation on page 61.
My Destinations Importing Destinations from Outlook
Importing Destinations from Outlook
With NAVIGON Sync, you can download your Microsoft Outlook contacts to your NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max. The NAVIGON Sync software can be downloaded from our website, and installed on your computer. Once installed, Outlook contacts can be copied to your device. Once downloaded, contacts are stored in the device.
Download and Install the NAVIGON Sync Software
1. Go to www.navigonusa.com/sync and follow on-screen instructions.
On your computer:
2. Double click on the Setup_Sync.exe file.
The INSTALLER LANGUAGE WINDOW displays.
3. Click on the appropriate language to be used during the installation procedure, then click OK.
The NAVIGON SYNC SETUP WELCOME PAGE displays.
4. Follow the instructions, then click Next >.
The NAVIGON SYNC LICENSE AGREEMENT PAGE displays.
5. After you have read and fully understood the text: If you agree, click I accept the terms in the License Agreement and click Next >.
Note: If you do not accept these instructions, tap Cancel to exit the NAVIGON Sync
The CHOSE INSTALL LOCATION PAGE displays.
6. Specify the location on your computer where the NAVIGON Sync software will be installed, then click Install.
The following page displays.
7. Click Finish to complete the installation.
Copy Outlook Contact Information to the NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max
After the NAVIGON Sync software is installed on your computer, you can copy Outlook contact information to your NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max. A copy of the information is saved on your device. The Outlook information on your computer is not affected. 1. Make sure that your computer and your NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max are powered on. 2. Connect the large end of a USB cable to your computer and the small end of the cable to your NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120 max. On your computer: 3. Navigate to the location where you installed the NAVIGON Sync software. (See page 71) and double click on the Sync.exe file.
Options > Turn-by-Turn List to view detailed directions for the route. (See Viewing a Turn-by-Turn List on page 89.)
(Destination search) to view the map in Destination search mode.
For more information on using this feature, see Destination Search mode on page 98.
Maps Map Navigation mode
Map Navigation mode
After the route has been viewed in Preview mode, navigation starts. Navigation is shown in Navigation mode.
Signage to be followed is displayed here. Posted speed limits are displayed here (where available). The route is marked in orange. When two maneuvers need to be executed in quick succession, the small arrow indicates the second maneuver to be executed. 5. The large arrow shows a schematic depiction of the next maneuver. The remaining distance to the junction is displayed below the arrow. As you get closer to the junction, a vertical bar appears to indicate proximity.
The nearer you get to the junction, the more the vertical bar fills with orange. If you don't have to change direction for a longer period, you see only a forwardfacing arrow. The distance you travel on the road you are on displays beneath the arrow. Tap the large arrow to hear current route instructions. 6. An orange triangle shows your current position. The display refreshes as you move so that, in 3-D mode, a greater part of the screen shows the area ahead of you. 7. The traffic lanes to be followed to your destination are shown in orange. 8. The remaining distance to the destination is shown. Tap the box to toggle to display the estimated time of arrival ( ) and the time remaining ( ). If you are navigating a route with several stages, you see the remaining distance, estimated duration of the trip, and the estimated time of arrival for the next interim destination. 9. The name of the next stretch of road that you must travel on next. 10. The name of the street you are currently traveling on.
(TMC shortcut button). The TMC shortcut button displays when traffic messages have been received and are currently available. Tap the button to display the TRAFFIC INFORMATION WINDOW.
Note: The displays for many of the above mentioned fields can be configured using Options > Settings > Map Display. Information only displays when available. Note: If you tap on the large arrow, the current route instruction is repeated.
Tap Options > Show Turn-by-Turn List to view detailed directions for the route. (See Viewing a Turn-by-Turn List on page 89.) Tap Tap (Destination search) to view the map in Destination Search mode. (Back) to quit navigation. (See Destination Search mode on page 98.)
Map functions in Navigation mode
When the map is open in Navigation mode, tap any point on the map. Buttons with various functions are displayed.
2D/3D Day/Night Interim Destination
Changes between 2D and 3D map views. The symbol for the view currently set is marked orange. Changes between "day" and "night" display. The symbol for the display currently set is marked orange. Opens a menu for entering an interim destination. The navigation system first guides you to this interim destination. Afterwards, you can simply continue navigation to your original destination.
when you are not navigating on-route. The Logbook option is not available during a route simulation.
1. Tap Options > Settings > Navigation. The NAVIGATION SETTINGS WINDOW opens. 2. Use 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. (Next Page) to go to Page Three.
In the Logbook setting field, select Yes. Tap OK. When you begin a route, select the type of entry. Enter a name for the route. Tap OK.
(Logbook) icon appears in the upper right
Note: When you start recording, the
corner of the window.
8. See Using Logbook on page 85 for more information.
Stop all recording
Use this procedure to stop all Logbook recording. To selectively stop recording, see Stop Logbook recording for a single route on page 86. From the MAIN WINDOW:
1. Tap Options > Settings > Navigation. The NAVIGATION SETTINGS WINDOW opens. 2. Go to page three by tapping (Next Page) twice.
3. In the Logbook setting field, tap No. 4. Tap OK.
Accessing the Settings window
The settings can be reached from several windows. Tap Options > Settings.
The Settings Window
The SETTINGS WINDOW is where you can customize your NAVIGON 2100 max | 2120
max to suit your personal needs and preferences.
The SETTINGS WINDOW has several buttons. Tap a button to open the corresponding settings window.
These settings include:
Show Speed Limits
Select whether to show highway speed limits. Options are all speed limits, no special speed limits, or no speed limits. Indicate whether a warning displays when exceeding the speed limit in densely populated areas. Options are to never warn, or to display a warning when 5, 10, 15 or 20 mph over the stated speed limit. Only supported in areas where speed limit information is available.
Within Urban Areas: Warn When Exceeding by
Outside Urban Areas: Warn When Exceeding by
Calculate the Next Stage
Map Display Settings
Indicate whether Reality View Pro displays a visual
representation of an approaching junction. Highway signs and the lane to be used are indicated. (This feature is dependent on the selected map and may not be available in all areas.)
3D Maps: Show Street Names 2D Maps: Show Street Names 2D Zoom Factor
Show or hide street names when displaying the map in 3D view. Show or hide street names when displaying the map in 2D view. Indicate how auto-zoom behaves by default when a 2D view mode is selected. The zoom changes, based on speed. When driving slower, the map scale gets smaller. When driving faster, the map scale gets larger. Options are no automatic zoom, smaller or larger map sections, or standard. Indicate the orientation of maps shown in 2D map view mode. Options are Direction of Travel (at the top of the map), or Always North (North at the top of the map). Specify which POI categories are shown on the displayed map. Select the map area to use.
2D Map: Orientation
Categories Shown Countries in
Indicate the display brightness for use during the daytime. Options are from 1 (less bright) to 8 (most bright). Indicate the display brightness for use at night. Options are from 1 (less bright) to 8 (most bright). Select the default display mode for the device. Options are: Automatic (the device switches between modes depending on the time of sunrise and sunset), Day, and Night (the display uses darker colors). Select whether the device will automatically go into standby mode after a period of inactivity or when the power supply to the device is interrupted. Select the first POI category to display for use with the POI direct access and for the POI on route functions. Select a second POI category to display for use with the POI direct access and for the POI on route functions. Select a third POI category to display for use with the POI direct access and for the POI on route functions. Indicate how times are displayed, either a 12 hour
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. This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
Canada C Request
Country Code selection feature to be disabled for products marketed to the US/CANADA Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.This Class [B] digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. This Category II radiocommunication device complies with Industry Canada Standard RSS-310.
accessory services.. 16
activation NAVIGON Freshmaps.. 18 NAVIGON Lifetime Traffic.. 16 ZAGAT POIs... 16 activation confirmation ZAGAT POIs... 17
arriving at your destination..61, 90
charging... 10 LED indicator.. 10
using...99 destination selection.. 39 direct access POIs...42 enter an address..42 entering an address..43 home address..70 importing destinations from Outlook.71 copy Outlook contact info.. 73 delete destinations.. 75 download and install software.. 71 My Destinations. 67, 77, 78, 79 saving a Favorite.. 67 saving the current location using GPS. 68 saving your home address. 68 POI information..55 search area tab..40 search for POIs..42 select a search area. 40, 41 tap the map...42 tapping the map..59 using auto-complete..39 ways to search for destinations..42 ZAGAT POIs categories... 63 view information.. 65 Zagat POIs..63
charging the battery.. 10 configuration... 113
options move between pages.. 117 save changes.. 118 selecting... 117 toggle between options. 117 view a list.. 117 view information.. 117
conventions used in the user guide.. 1 customer support.. 3 e-mail.. 3 telephone... 3
Day/Night viewing mode setting the... 14 description.. 5 destination arriving at your... 61
new location select by city.. 43 quit navigation.. 61 search for POI.. 64 select a map area.. 40 start navigation... 61 no GPS reception.. 61 Take Me Home... 70
accessing the TMC window. 101 activation.. 16 cancel a reroute calculation. 108 displaying traffic messages. 105 event or incident icons.. 104 request a route recalculation. 107 select reroute settings.. 106 TMC window.. 102 traffic flow severity indicators.. 104 types of messages.. 102 specify.. 103
Reality View.. 100 recalculate route.. 106 reroutes cancel a reroute calculation.108 request a route recalculation.107 select settings...106 route planning... 81 route points changing a starting point..82 changing the order of..83 delete..83 entering a route point..82 entering a starting point..81 route profile.. 86 routes... 81 accessing the route planning window.81 arrive at your destination..90 calculating and displaying..86 changing a starting point..82 changing the order of route points.83 entering a route point..82 entering a starting point..81 manage..84 loading.. 84 saving... 84 navigation..85 route profile...86 simulation..88 ending a.. 88 starting a.. 88
starting point changing.. 82 current location.. 81 stopping Logbook recording for a route.86 turn-by-turn list...89 blocking route sections.. 89 removing route section blocking. 90 using Logbook..85
NAVIGON webshop... 4
optional GPS antenna... 14 Outlook copy Outlook contact info. 73
importing destinations delete destinations.. 75 download and install software. 71 importing destinations from.. 71 selecting an imported destination. 79
cancelling a... 32 changing a.. 32 forgotten password.. 33 setting a... 31
password lock... 31 password protection.. 31 Password window.. 31 POI information window.. 55 POI searches.. 42 categories... 63 direct access POIs..42, 53 specify direct access POI categories. 54 in a city.. 48 near a selected location.. 56 Nearby... 46 POI information.. 55 statewide.. 51 tap the map... 42 ZAGAT POI information..63, 65 power status symbol.. 27 power interruptions.. 10 powering the device.. 14 preview map mode.. 93 preview mode... 93
safety information.. 8 installation..9 navigation...8 navigation device..9 saved destinations selecting...77 Favorites List... 77 imported from Outlook.. 79 Last Destinations List.. 78
using the.. 14
search area tab.. 40 select from a list.. 41 select using the keyboard.. 40
select reroute settings..106 status symbol..28 TMC window..102 traffic flow severity indicators.104 types of messages..102 specify.. 103
recalculate route..106 settings..109 tuning...109
selecting a saved destination.. 77 from the Favorites List..77, 78 imported from Outlook.. 79 setting device volume.. 24 settings configuration.. 113 move between pages.. 117 save changes... 118 selecting.. 117 TMC.. 109 toggle between options.. 117 view a list.. 117 view information.. 117 settings window.. 113 accessing.. 113 simulation ending a route.. 88 starting a route... 88 special keys... 30 start navigation... 61 no GPS reception.. 61 starting a route simulation.. 88 startup first time... 19 using a password.. 20 switching the device back on.. 25 symbols used in the user guide.. 1
TMC..109 turn-by-turn list.. 89 blocking route sections..89 removing route section blocking.90 turning on the device.. 20
using a password.. 20 using standby.. 25 from any device window..25 from the Main window.25 using the keyboard... 40
version information viewing...15 viewing turn-by-turn list...89 removing route section blocking. 90 volume setting device..24
ways to search for destinations.. 42 direct access POIs...42 enter an address..42 search for POIs..42 tap the map...42 webshop The NAVIGON..4 whats included... 7 windows accessing the TMC..101 DirectHelp...35 Main..22 Password..31 POI information..55 route planning..81 TMC..102
Take Me Home... 70 tapping the map.. 59 telephone support.. 3 TMC accessing the TMC window. 101 recalculate route.. 106 tuning... 109 TMC settings recalculate route.. 106 trademarks.. 2 traffic accessing the TMC window. 101 cancel a reroute calculation. 108 displaying traffic messages. 105 event or incident icons.. 104 select a route recalculation. 107
ZAGAT POIs.. 63 activation.. 16 activation confirmation.. 17 categories... 63 view information.. 65
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