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    GNS8361 GNS8366 Car Na viga tion System Owner ’ s Manual & Quick S tart Guide OWNER’S MANU AL[...]

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    W ARNINGS W ARNINGS & NOTIFICA TIONS When used correctly, the GNS8361/8366 enhances your driving experience. The voice and map information in the GNS8361/8366 cannot be guaranteed accurate as road layout may change. Always follow the posted road signs and traffic laws. Do not mount the GNS8361/8366 in a position which may obstruct the driver&ap[...]

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    1 3 2 Quick Start Guide BOX CONTENTS Please contact your place of purchase if any of the following items are missing. This Owners Manual Software CD Start Here 1 ii Suction-Cup Mount QUICKST ART GUIDE Stylus-P en Carr ying Case SD Memor y Card SD Card Reader External GPS Antenna Box Contents Optional Accessories AC P ower Adaptor Main Unit +12V to [...]

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    INST ALLA TION Please consider the following when choosing a mount location: ! Choose a location where the fixed antenna, when extended horizontally will have a clear view of the sky . ! Do not mount within any Airbag deployment areas. ! Do not mount where the driver's view will be obstructed or where safe operation of the vehicle may be obstr[...]

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    Glass Mount Bracket 1. Make sure the glass area you wish to attach the Glass Mount Bracket to is clean. 2. Double check that the final location does not impede the safe operation of the vehicle. 3. Loosen the turn screws. Hold the Glass Mount Bracket up to the intended position and adjust the angle between the suction mount and bracket arm. T ighte[...]

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    POWER ON S CREEN T urn the ignition on and will power on. The is On when the buttons lef t and right of the screen are lit with a blue LED backlight. Press the POWER button at the left side of the GNS8361/8366 momentarily to turn power On or Off . The screen may be turned on or off by pressing (GNS8361 model only). When the GNS8361/8366 powers on f[...]

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    CONTENTS CONTENTS Car Navigation ! Navigate to pre-programmed State/City locations ! Navigate to street address ! Navigate to over 500,000 pre-installed points of interest (POI) ! Mark often used destinations as My POI ! Dynamic voice and visual guidance: Constant route verification and re-calculation with turn by turn instructions ! Road Map ! Rec[...]

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    CONTROLS & VIEWS 1 Main Menu Button 2 Screen On/Off Button (Bluetooth Button - for GNS8366 model only) 3&4 Map Zoom In/Out 5 Stereo Speaker 6 Mount Holder Bracket 7 GPS Antenna 8 Secure Digital Card Slot 9 Audio- Out Jack 10 GPS Antenna 11 P ower On/Off Button 12 V olume Control 13 P ower -Supply Jack 14 Stylus P en 1 2 3 5 OPERA TION 2 4 8[...]

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    USING THE TOUCHS CREEN The GNS8361/8366 is designed to respond to touchscreen input. Momentarily touch the screen with the tip of your finger when making a selection (fig 3). Avoid applying excessive pressure to the screen or holding a finger for more than a moment (fig 4). Y ou may also use the stylus pen which is located at the top right of the u[...]

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    4 MAIN MENU MODE The Main Menu facility gives you access to additional application modes. Press to access the Main Menu screen. Using SD Cards · The supplied SD memor y card has the map file stored with room for additional files. If the supplied SD memor y card is short of capacity for new files do not delete the map file to increase capacity . Pu[...]

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    PLAYING MUSIC FILES Mode The GNS8361/8366 will play MP3 and wav music files (converted for Windows Mobile(WIN CE)) saved onto the SD memory card. If the supplied SD memor y card is short of capacity do not delete the map file to increase capacity . Purchase another SD card then you can save more files. The Music Screen with the last file played is [...]

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    6 MODE Control Bar/Button PLAYING MOVIE FILES When a movie file (avi file converted for Windows Mobile (WIN CE)) exists in the SD memor y card that is inserted into the device, it automatically searches and shows both the file list and the movie start screen. If the supplied SD memor y card is short of capacity do not delete the map file to increas[...]

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    MODE 7 T o view an image file, the bmp, jpeg, gif or png file must be saved in a SD memor y card. If the supplied SD memor y card is short of capacity do not delete the map file to increase capacity . Purchase another SD card then you can save more files. F or optimal performance view only images up to 1MB in size. Enlarge/Reduce Arrow-shaped butto[...]

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    8 MODE P AIRS GAME This is a simple pairs game where you pair 2 cards with the same picture from among 32 different picture cards. Once you start the game, the preview mode will display all the cards for 5 seconds before starting actual game. The initial card selected will be reversed and the game time will begin. Once your game time is over , you [...]

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    MODE 9 Environment Settings Settings are applied immediately . The screen setting tabs appear . When accessing the screen setting tab, the last setting status appears. If a screen with changes is exited without touching the ‘Save’ button, the change is canceled. SETTINGS[...]

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    10 MODE Setting Options Calibrate (Screen) Opening Screen Setting[...]

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    12 MODE The GNS8366 includes Bluetooth® connectivity . With its integrated microphone, the GNS8366 allows you to answer and make calls from the touch screen. Pressing the Bluetooth button on the front of the launches the Bluetooth system. Settings T apping the Settings button opens the Settings Screen. GNS8366 BL UETOOTH (GNS8366 Model Only) Pairi[...]

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    MODE 13 Select your phone from the list and tap Connect to connect the to your phone. GNS8366 When connection is successful, you will be prompted to enter your PIN code. T ap T ouch pad to open the on-screen key board and enter your PIN code. The default pin code is 0000. T ap OK to record your entr y . The will pair with your phone. Y ou may need [...]

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    14 MODE Pairing your Phone with the as a Headset Y ou may pair your phone with the as a headset by tapping the Headset button from the Main Menu. This method of connecting the to your phone is useful only if there has been difficulty connecting the as a hands free device. When you pair the and your phone this way , the allows you to answer calls on[...]

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    15 MODE Making a Bluetooth Call Select the Hands F ree button from the Bluetooth menu to place a call using a currently connected device. T ap the keys for the number you wish to call and then tap Call to initiate the call. T ouch Call - T apping T ouch Call opens the keypad Device List Screen This screen allows you to connect to a device, add devi[...]

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    16 MODE Enter the name of the F avorite and tap OK. Enter the number of the F avorite and tap OK. F avorites T apping Favorites accesses a list of your previously stored favorite numbers Adding Favorites If you have no F avorites on the F avorites list, the following screen is displayed. T ap Ye s to display the touch pad to add a Favorite. Y ou ca[...]

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    17 MODE Histor y T apping Histor y accesses a list of your previously called or received numbers. V oice Call T apping Voice Call allows you to make a call by speaking the name of a previously recorded voice call number on your phone. NOTE: V oice calling must be set up on your phone to use this feature.[...]

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    18 MODE FUTURE S OF TW ARE IMPROVEMENTS The supplied SD memor y card can be connected, with use of an SD card reader (not supplied) to a PC for updating the navigation software or uploading media files. The supplied CD disc contains a PDF copy of this owner's manual, the GNS8361/8366 Navigation manual and a back up copy of the GNS8361/8366 Nav[...]

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    19 No Display If touchscreen not responding while driving then Safe Mode is on (see page 43). T ouchscreen not responding T urn off power . W ait a moment and turn back on. Clean LCD with LCD cleaner . Make sure you are only momentarily touching screen. No Sound Check volume. Make sure GPS antenna is Searching F or Satellites' still raised to [...]

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    20 W ARRANTY (F) Where the Serial Number label of the product has been removed or damaged beyond recognition. W arranty only valid in the country of original retail/sale. P ARTS COVERED: This warranty covers for one (1) year , the Product and included accessories. ST A TEMENT OF REMEDY : In the event that the Product does not conform to this warran[...]

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    THANK Y OU FOR B UYING A UNIDEN PR ODUCT . © 2008 Uniden Australia Pty Limited. Uniden New Zealand Ltd. Printed in China[...]

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    Navigation Manual for GNS 8361 and GNS 8366 Car Navigation System NA VIGA TION MANUAL GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 1 27/11/07 5:30:28 PM[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 1 Navigation Software GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 1 27/11/07 5:30:29 PM[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 2 Navigation Software Na vi gat ion Sof t war e 2 ww w.uniden.co m.au Navigation Software User ’ s Manual GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 2 27/11/07 5:30:31 PM[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 3 Navigation Software T able of Contents T able of Contents 3 W arnings and Notications 5 Basic Functions 6 Starting the Navigation System 6 Ending the Navigation System 6 Viewing a Brief T our 7 Basic Screen 10 Main Menu Bar 1 1 FIND 12 Address 13 Intersection 16 POI(POI) 19 MY POI 20 Adding MY POI 21 Recen[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 4 Navigation Software MENU 30 Manage T rack Logs 31 Manage Safeties 32 Registering the Safety Information 33 Manage Avoidance 35 Registering A voidance Points 36 TRIP Computer 37 GPS Information 38 About 39 SETTINGS 40 Route Settings 41 UI Settings 42 Safety Settings 43 Map Settings 44 V olume Settings 45 Initi[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 5 Navigation Software War nings and Notications Before using the Navigation software please read carefully the owner ’s manual for the correct installation of the GNS8361/ GNS8366 car navigation unit. Do not attempt to change the Navigation settings while driving. Park the vehicle at a safe place before ma[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 6 Navigation Software Basic Functions Starting the Navigation Software When you turn on the GNS8361/GNS8366 the Navigation Software starts and the CAUTION screen appears with the start sound. Ending the Navigation Software T o exit the navigation system: T ouch [Main] from the basic screen, and then touch [MENU[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 7 Navigation Software Viewing A Brief T our When the navigation software initially starts, “Would you like a brief tour?” appears. T ouch [Y es] to start the tour . T ouch [Next] to show the next display . The brief tour guides you through the basic menu structure and usage for the navigation software which[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 8 Navigation Software When the brief tour nishes, touch [End]. The Caution screen then displays. Please take the time to read and understand the caution fully , then touch [I Agree]. Note : The [Brief T our] is seen only when the navigation software starts initially . After that time, only the Caution screen[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 9 Navigation Software Cu r ren t Spee d Da t e /T ime Main Dr i ve In fo . Sc al e Basic Screen Note: For the initial power up it may take up to 15 minutes to secure satellite information. When satellite data has been retrieved ‘Searching for Satellites’ will disappear . The basic screen indicators and icon[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 10 Navigation Software Co m p a s Ma p ’ s Ang le Ad j u stm en t Da y/Ni g ht Mo d e L e vel Co n t rol Basic Screen (Continued) T ouch anywhere on the map to show the side bar icons ([Main] icon will change to [ ]). T ouch the screen icon to action the functions described below . Name Function Compass The r[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 1 1 Navigation Software Na vi gat ion Sof t war e Main Menu Bar Use the main menu bar to select the navigation feature or setting you require. T ouch [Main] in the Basic screen to reveal the main menu bar at the bottom of the screen. T ouch the name to action the functions described below . Name Function Name F[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 12 Navigation Software FIND Use Find to locate a place or destination and plan a route. T ouch [Main] on the Basic screen then touch [FIND] in the main menu bar . Note: - [Home], [Work], [1~4] : These quick access destinations are saved through the My POI feature (page 21). T ouch to start the route guidance fr[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 13 Navigation Software Address Find an address as follows: 1. T ouch [Address] on the Find screen. 2. Enter a city name and then touch [Done]. The number of search results is displayed on the top of the screen. Note: - [KEYS] : T oggles the key layout between alpha, qwerty and numbers. - [CITY SEARCH] : T ouch [...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 14 Navigation Software 4. Enter a desired street name. When only a few results exist, the search results are displayed automatically even though the name entered is not complete. Note: [CITY CENTRE] : Display the urban centre on the map window . 5. Select a desired street on the Address Result Street screen. If[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 15 Navigation Software 7. The address location is shown on the map screen. T ouch [GO] to begin route guidance from your current location. Or , you can set the location as the starting point or as a via, destination, mark or avoidance, by using the menu bar at the bottom of the map screen. Note : - [ST ART] : S[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 16 Navigation Software Intersection Find the intersection of two streets as follows: 1. T ouch [Intersection] on the Find window . 2. Enter a city name and then touch [Done]. When only a few results exist, the search results are displayed automatically even though the name entered is not complete. 3. T ouch the[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 17 Navigation Software 4. Enter a desired street name. When only few results exist, the search results are displayed automatically even though the name entered is not complete. Note : [CITY CENTRE] : Display the urban centre on the map window . 5. T ouch the desired street listed on the Intersection Result Stre[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 18 Navigation Software 7. The intersection location is shown on the map screen. T ouch [GO] to begin route guidance from your current location. Or , you can set the location as the starting point or as a via, destination, mark or avoidance, by using the menu bar at the bottom of the map screen. Note : - [ST ART[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 19 Navigation Software | ? POI (Point of Interest) Find a POI as follows: 1. T ouch [POI] on the Find screen. 2. Select a category and/or sub-category and search a POI destination then touch [GO]. Note : - [MAP] : Display the searched POI on the map screen. - [INFO] : Check information on address and phone numb[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 20 Navigation Software MY POI Find a destination from MY POI as follows: Y ou can check and manage all points that you have saved as MY POI. 1. T ouch [MY POI] on the Find screen. 2. Manage the MY POI information or start a route to selected MY POI. Home, Work, POI 1, POI 2, POI 3 and POI 4 are xed name MY P[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 21 Navigation Software Adding MY POI Frequently visited places can be saved as a MY POI. Y ou can then set a destination easily from the MY POI list. T o add a MY POI, search a location rst or select a location after moving on the Map screen. Then touch [Main]. 1. T ouch [Mark] on the Main menu bar . 2. T ou[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 22 Navigation Software 4. Select an icon to be assigned to the new MY POI and touch [SA VE]. 5. The registration of the new MY POI is completed. Note: The POIs registered to HOME, WORK, POI 1, POI 2, POI 3 and POI 4 can be selected at the bottom of the Find screen. GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 22 27/11/07 5:30:49 PM[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 23 Navigation Software Recent Destination Find a recent destination to set as a route as follows: 1. T ouch [Recent Destination] on the Find screen. 2. Select a recent destination and then start the route to this destination. Note : - [MAP] : Display a recent destination on the map screen. - [GO]: Start the rou[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 24 Navigation Software Coordinates Find a destination with coordinates as follows: 1. T ouch [Coordinates] on the Find screen. 2. Enter the coordinates for latitude and longitude and then touch [GO]. Note : - [Longitude] : Select longitude - [Latitude]: Select latitude - [MAP] : Display the coordinates position[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 25 Navigation Software No De sti nati o n Set ti ng De sti nati o n S ett i ng ROUTE The Route and route guidance is the primary feature of the navigation software. T ouch [Main] and then [Route] on the basic screen, and a route screen will display . The route screen displayed depends on whether or not a destin[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 26 Navigation Software When no destination is specied (Edit Route) When no destination is specied, the route can be created as follows: 1. T ouch the rst [ADD] on the Edit Route screen. 2. Specify your route (start point, via points and destination point) 3. If the route setting is completed, select th[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 27 Navigation Software When a destination is specied When a destination is specied, the conguration of the route search screen is as follows: 1. Check the overall route through a mini map. Note : - Quickest: Search the quickest route and display its distance and estimated time. - Shortest: Search the s[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 28 Navigation Software 3. For a guidance point you want to avoid, touch [Next T urn]. If you select a guidance point to be avoided and then touch [DETOUR], the route is re-searched, excluding the corresponding point. 4. T ouch [Road] to select major roads to be avoided. If you select a road be avoided and then [...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 29 Navigation Software 12 ww w.uniden .co.nz Di sp la y or H id e th e Si mu la ti on C on tr ol s. Pa us e or r es t ar t t he sim ul ati on. Co nt i n uo us r ep eat or r epe at on ce. In cr eas e or r ed uc e th e sim ul at io n sp ee d. (5 0k m/h s te ps ) Di s pl a ys t he si mul a t i on pro gr ess st at [...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 30 Navigation Software MENU T ouch [Main] then [Menu] on the basic screen to display the [Menu] screen. GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 30 27/11/07 5:30:55 PM[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 31 Navigation Software Manage T rack Logs Record and manage track logs with this feature. A track log is a recording of your travel (and does not need to be within a programed route). T o start recording a T rack Log: 1. T ouch [Manage T rack Logs] on the Menu screen. 2. T ouch [Record] on the Manage T rack Log[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 32 Navigation Software Manage Safeties Safeties are locations which are registered as My POI, then saved as a Safety information and managed with this feature. The additional safety information can be registered as speed camera, black spot, school zone, red light camera or railroad crossing location (see Regist[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 33 Navigation Software Registering Safety Information T o register the safety information, search for a point or select a point after moving to the location on the Map screen. Then touch [Main]. Search for a location or point on the Map screen or if it is safe to do so move to the location you wish to register [...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 34 Navigation Software 4. T ouch the safety information for the desired point and then touch [Add]. 5. T ouch [OK] to conrm and register the safety information. GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 34 27/11/07 5:30:58 PM[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 35 Navigation Software Manage A voidance Locations or points which have been saved as an Avoidance are managed here. 1. T ouch [Manage Avoidance] on the Menu screen. 2. Check and manage the saved avoidance points on the Manage Avoidance screen. Note: - [ADD] : Add avoidance points. - [DELETE]: Delete the regist[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 36 Navigation Software Registering A voidance Locations Locations or points can be saved as an avoidance to be excluded when searching a route. T o register an avoidance, select a location or point on the Map screen rst. 1. T ouch the location to be added as an avoidance on the Map screen. 2. T ouch [A VOID][...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 37 Navigation Software TRIP Computer The T rip Computer screen displays the running counters for the average speed, maximum speed, traveling distance, and traveling time. 1. T ouch [TRIP Computer] on the Menu screen. Or , touch [Time/Date] on the Basic screen. 2. Check the necessary information on the TRIP Comp[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 38 Navigation Software GPS Information The GPS Information screen displays the status of the GPS signal and information on the location of the car . 1. T ouch [GPS information] on the Menu screen. 2. Check the necessary information on the GPS Information screen. Note : - S : Displays latitude coordinates. - E :[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 39 Navigation Software About T o view manufacturer information, version and license. 1. T ouch [About] on the Menu screen. 2. Conrm the necessary information on the [About] screen. Note: - [ABOUT]: Display information on the manufacturer . - [VERSION]: Display information on the navigation program version. G[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 40 Navigation Software SETTINGS Environment settings can be adjusted to suit your requirements. T ouch [Main] then [Menu] then [Setting] from the basic screen to move to the Settings screen. GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 40 27/11/07 5:31:01 PM[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 41 Navigation Software Route Settings The Route Settings allow you to adjust the settings which determine the calculation for a route. 1. T ouch [Route Setting] on the Setting screen. 2. Route Method: T ouch [ ] or [ ] to set the route method between Quickest, Shortest and Easiest. Note : - Include toll road ro[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 42 Navigation Software Guidanc e M ode-Auto G uidance Mode- T e x t Guidanc e M ode-Split | ? | ? UI Settings The UI Settings allows for customization of the UI (User Interface). 1. T ouch [UI Settings] on the Setting screen. 2. Specify UI setting options. 3. T o change the icon of the car displayed on the map [...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 43 Navigation Software Safety Settings Safety Settings allows for customization of the safety options. 1. T ouch [Safety Setting] on the Settings screen. 2. Safety Mode: T ouch [ ] or [ ] to set Safety Mode On or Off. When set On the touchscreen is disabled while the car is in motion. Speed W arning: T ouch [ ][...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 44 Navigation Software Map Settings This menu is the function to set the map window options suitable for user ’s taste. The Map Settings allows for customization of the map screen. 1. T ouch [Map Setting] on the Settings screen. 2. Map Colour: T ouch [ ] or [ ] to set the Map Colour between W arm and Cool. No[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 45 Navigation Software Sound Settings The menu is the function to adjust the volume suitable for user ’s taste. Customize the sound settings. 1. T ouch [Sound Settings] on the Settings screen. 2. Select the options for the volume control. Note : - Attention T one : Select to enable attention tone. - Key Sound[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 46 Navigation Software Initialise Initialize all settings back to the factory default status as follows. 1. T ouch [Initialise] on the Settings window . 2. T ouch [OK] to initialize all settings. GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 46 27/11/07 5:31:06 PM[...]

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    www .uniden.com.au, www .uniden.co.nz 47 Navigation Software © 2008 Uniden Australia Pty Limited Uniden New Zealand Limited Printed in China GNS8361-8366 OM.indd 47 27/11/07 5:31:06 PM[...]