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2013 ILX Index Table of contents The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd., reserves the right, however, to discontinue or change specifications or design at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation. Accessories Precautions The GPS antenna is located in the dashboard. Metallic front or side window tinting can seriously degrade or obstruct GPS reception. Signal noise from devices such as radar detectors, vehicle tracking devices, remote starters, and additional amplifiers can disrupt the navigation system. If you install any such item, install it away from the navigation display and antenna. Important Safety Information WARNING Using the navigation system while driving can take your attention away from the road, causing a crash in which you could be seriously injured or killed. Only operate system controls when the conditions permit you to safely do so. Avoid focusing on the screen or manually operating the system controls while driving. Enter information before you begin driving or when stopped. As you drive, listen to the audible instructions and use voice commands when possible. Pull to the side of the road if you need more time to look at the screen or operate the controls. Route guidance may conflict with street closures, road construction, detours, and out-of-date map data. The system itself may also have limitations. Verify route information by carefully observing roads, signs, and signals. Always use your own judgement and obey traffic laws. 2 System Limitations P. 208 NOTICE This vehicle’s navigation display, if so equipped, includes mercury-containing components. Upon removal, please reuse, recycle, or dispose of as hazardous waste. Clean the screen with a soft, damp cloth. You may use a mild cleaner intended for use on navigation screens. Note: All page numbers referenced in this document are hyperlinked. Index Contents Quick Reference Guide 2 System Setup P. 19 Start-up 20 Voice Control System 22 Interface Settings 24 Personal Information 36 Music Search Setup 44 Routing & Guidance 48 Clock Adjustment 55 Vehicle 57 Data Reset 60 P.2 System Setup P.19 Navigation P.63 2 Navigation P. 63 Entering a Destination 64 Calculating the Route 87 Driving to Your Destination 90 Changing Your Route 110 Changing Your Destination 117 Resuming Your Trip 121 Map Menu 95 Audio System 124 Playing FM/AM Radio 126 Playing XM® Radio 130 Playing a Disc 133 Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio 137 Playing an iPod® 147 Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV) 151 Playing a USB Flash Drive 152 Playing Bluetooth® Audio 156 Adjusting the Sound 158 Audio Remote Controls 159 2 Audio P. 123 2 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® P. 161 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 162 Pairing a Phone 164 Setting Up Speed Dialing 169 Editing User Name and PIN 171 Phone Setup 172 Making a Call 174 Receiving a Call 177 HFL Menus 178 Calculator 186 Information Functions 188 Multi-View Rear Camera 192 Audio P.123 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® P.161 Other Features P.183 Troubleshooting P.193 Reference Information P.205 Voice Commands P.217 Index P.229 Text Messages 181 2 Other Features P. 183 Calendar 184 2 Troubleshooting P. 193 Troubleshooting 194 Error Messages 200 2 Reference Information P. 205 System Initialisation 206 System Limitations 208 2 Voice Commands P. 217 Voice Commands 218 Client Assistance 210 Legal Information 212 Index Table of contents Quick Reference Guide Overview—Functions at a Glance Navigation You can select any place/landmark as a destination by using voice control or the Interface Dial. The navigation system gives you turn-by-turn driving directions to your destination. Store home addresses (P41) Register 2 home addresses. Store contacts (P37) Store up to 200 contacts in address book. Enter destination (P64) Select your destination using 12 methods. Select route (P88) Set route preferences and select one of 3 routes. Track route (P90) Follow your route in real-time with voice guidance. Avoid certain areas (P111) Set streets and areas to detour around. Add waypoints (P112) Add up to 4 “pit stops” along your route. 2 Index Table of contents Audio FM/AM Radio (P126) XM® Radio (P130) Compact Disc (P133) Hard Disk Drive (HDD) (P137) iPod® (P147) USB Flash Drive (P152) Bluetooth® Audio (P156) Quick Reference Guide The advanced audio system provides clear, well-defined sound and makes the most of your music. Enjoy listening to a variety of audio sources, such as: Voice Control (P22) Use voice commands to control the system while driving. You can operate all key functions of the navigation, audio, Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® and climate control systems. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (P162) Pair a compatible cell phone to receive incoming and make outgoing calls. You can operate the phone features without ever taking your hands off the wheel. Text Messages (P181) Receive text messages on the navigation screen from a compatible device and hear them read aloud. Reply to them using preloaded messages. Other Features Multi-View Rear Camera (P192) Helps you check for obstacles around the rear of your vehicle on the navigation screen when reversing. 3 Index Table of contents Quick Reference Guide System Controls Navigation Screen Display 1 E (Eject) Button 2 Disc Slot (P6) 3 FM/AM Button (P126) 4 Preset Buttons (P6) 5 CATEGORY Bar (P6) 6 TUNE Bar (P6) 7 XM Button (P130) 8 TITLE Button (P6) lg MAP/GUIDE Button 9 VOL 9 (Volume/Power) Knob (P6) la 8 (Sound) Button (P158) lb DISC Button (P133) lc HDD/AUX Button (P137) ld AUDIO Button (P7) le SKIP Bar (P6) lf SCAN/A.SEL Bar (P6) (P100) lj INFO Button lh CANCEL Button li a (Display Mode) Button (P29) Audio Navigation Voice Control Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 4 ma DEST/ROUTE Button (P64) mb PHONE Button (P162) mc Interface Dial/ENTER Button (P8) Index Table of contents Voice Control Operation The audio system is muted during voice control mode. Carefully read the usage note for the voice control. Voice Control System (P22) md Microphone d (Talk Button) (P22) me MODE Button (P159) A helpful prompt asks what you would like to do. Press and release the d (Talk) button again to bypass this prompt. mf VOL (Volume) Button Voice Help This navigation system comes with voice help information, which tells you how to use the voice command functions. Quick Reference Guide a Press and release the d (Talk) button. b Say a voice command. Voice Comand Index (P217) Go to Voice Info for tips when using the voice command functions. a Press the INFO button. (P159) mg CH (Channel) Button b Rotate i to select Voice Info. Press u. (P160) mh h (Pick-Up) Button (P177) The icon is displayed and the system beeps when ready for a command. Press the K (Back) button to cancel. Available voice commands are highlighted on the screen. mi j (Hang-Up) Button (P177) mj d (Talk) Button (P5) na K (Back) Button 5 Index Table of contents Quick Reference Guide Audio System You can play music from a wide array of media sources. You can also control the audio system using voice commands. Basic Operation a Press the VOL 9 (Volume/Power) knob to turn the audio system on or off. Loading a Disc b Select the audio source. c Rotate the VOL 9 (Volume/Power) knob to adjust the volume. a Press the DISC button. b Insert a disc into the disc slot. The disc automatically starts playing. c Press the AUDIO button to display the audio screen. Audio Buttons TITLE Displays track title, artist, and other text information, if available. TUNE Tunes to next frequency (FM/AM) or channel (XM). Fast-reverse/forward. CATEGORY Selects next category (XM) or next folder (WMA, MP3, AAC). 6 8 Bass, treble, and balance settings. 1 to 6 Preset stations (FM/AM) and channels (XM). SKIP Finds stations with strong signal (FM/AM). Skip to start/end of tracks, or press and hold to fast reverse/forward (Disc). SCAN Plays 10-second sample of each station (FM/ AM), channel (XM), or track (Disc). Press again to play the current selection. A. SEL Scans and automatically stores the strongest FM/AM station in each preset. Select an audio source (e.g., FM/AM) to stop the disc. Press the E (Eject) button to remove the disc. If you eject but do not remove the disc, the disc automatically reloads after a few seconds. Index Table of contents Audio Control Display FM/AM Radio (P126), XM® Radio (P130) Compact Disc (P133) Band Stereo indicator Disc mode Play mode Quick Reference Guide Press the AUDIO button to display the audio system on the navigation screen. Recorded icon Recording icon Recording ready icon Presets Tune, scan, and other functions Track list Hard Disk Drive (HDD) (P137), iPod® (P147),USB Flash Drive (P152) Repeat, random, scan, and other functions Bluetooth® Audio (P156) Bluetooth® Audio mode iPod® mode (HDD mode, USB mode) Stop/Start control Search menu Sound preferences Track list Repeat, shuffle, and other functions 7 Index Quick Reference Guide Interface Dial/ENTER Button Operation Rotate dial i You will see these icons in each chapter. They represent how you can operate the Interface Dial. Changes scale Press ENTER Map screens Highlights menu options Menu screens Press ENTER u Selects function Selects map icon Map screens Rotate dial Move up 8 Table of contents Move left Move down Move right Move e up r down w left y right Scrolls map (8 directions) Selects labeled function Map screens Menu screens Selecting Icon Selects highlighted option Menu screens Index Table of contents You can enter information (e.g., city names, street names, personal names, and business names comprising letters, numbers, and symbols) when prompted on input screens by two different methods. Using Voice Control Using the Interface Dial When you see d in this manual, voice commands are available for that feature. Rotate i to highlight a character. z Say the letter, number, or symbol (e.g., say d “A”). z Move e to select OPTION to display accented and upper/lower case characters. z Use spelling assist (e.g., say d “Alpha” to enter the letter “A” or d “Hyphen” to enter a hyphen). z The system beeps if you say an unavailable (grayed out) letter or number. The # (pound symbol) or @ (at symbol) displays symbols. Quick Reference Guide How to Enter Information Press u to enter the highlighted character. z Move y to select SPACE to enter a space character. z Move w to select DELETE to remove the last entered character. z If a voice command is not recognized, a list is displayed with possible options. Number of Hits On input search screens, the number of hits in the map database is displayed. Move r to select LIST to display a list of possible entries. On list screens: z Say the number of the list item (e.g., say d “Five” to select item 5). z Say d “Up” or d “Previous” to scroll up one page. z Say d “Down” or d “Next” to scroll down one page. On list screens: Scrolling through lists or tabs is limited while the vehicle is moving. Certain screen functions are limited or inoperable while the vehicle is moving. For these functions, use available voice commands or pull over to proceed. 9 Index Table of contents Quick Reference Guide Map Screen Legend Feature areas Map orientation (P105) Current vehicle position (P106) Park Airport/Business Hospital Shopping Mall Water Area Cemetery Golf Course University North up Heading up Streets Highways State routes GPS signal strength Verified streets Best reception Good reception No icon: Poor/No reception Unverified streets One-way streets Landmark icons (P103) Acura dealer Honda dealer Current map scale ATM School Parking lot Current street name Map menu (P95) Parking garage Grocery store Hotel/Lodging Gas station Hospital Post office Restaurant Map scale (P108) 10 Highway exit information Index Table of contents During route guidance, route information is displayed on the map screen and guidance screen. Press the MAP/GUIDE button to toggle between the map and guidance screen. Map Screen Map Menu Calculated route (P90) Next guidance indicator Distance to the next guidance point. Off-road tracking (P93) Destination direction indicator Direction “as the crow flies” Distance to destination Distance of the actual route. Contains map or routing options. Quick Reference Guide During Route Guidance Calculated route (unverified roads) (P91) Estimated time to destination Destination icon (P89) Waypoint (P112) Day or Night Mode Guidance Screen Press the a (Display mode) button to manually switch between day and night mode. Route guidance list scroll bar Rotate i to scroll the list of guidance points. Destination direction indicator Distance to destination Street name of guidance point Day mode Night mode Distance to guidance point Estimated time to destination Route progress bar No entry icon 11 Index Table of contents Quick Reference Guide Navigation—Home Addresses and Going Home The “Home” feature automatically routes you to your home address from any location simply by selecting Go Home 1 or 2, or saying d “Go Home.” You can store two home addresses as Home Address 1 and Home Address 2. (P41) Storing Your Home Address f Enter a name. Going Home a Press the INFO button. a Press the DEST/ROUTE button. b Rotate i to select Set up. Press u. b Rotate i to select Go Home 1. Press u. g Rotate i to select Edit Address. Press u. h Rotate i to select Address. Press u. i Enter an address. c Rotate i to select Personal Information. Press u. d Rotate i to select Home Address 1. Press u. j Rotate i to select Edit Phone No. Press u. k Enter a phone number. e Rotate i to select Edit Name. Press u. Alternatively, you can say d “Go Home” from any screen. Your home address is displayed on the Calculate Route screen. c Rotate i to select OK. Press u. l Move r to select OK. z The following voice commands are available: say d “Go Home,” d “Go Home 1,” d “Go Home 2.” z If you have two home addresses stored, saying d “Go Home” will select Home Address 1. 12 Index Table of contents Enter your destination using one of several methods, then follow route guidance on the map or guidance screen to your destination. You can also perform these steps using d voice control. a Press the DEST/ROUTE button. e Rotate i to select your destination street from the list. Press u. h Rotate i to select OK. Press u. Route guidance to the destination begins. f Enter the street number. Move r to select OK when finished. z View Routes: Choose one of three routes. b Rotate i to select Address. Press u. Quick Reference Guide Navigation—Entering a Destination c Rotate i to select Street. Press u. d Enter the name of your destination street. g If there is more than one city with the specified street, a list of cities is displayed. Rotate i to select the desired city from the list. Press u. z Route Pref.: Choose MAX or MIN for the three settings. 13 Index Table of contents Quick Reference Guide Navigation—Changing Route or Destination You can alter your route by adding waypoints to visit, adding streets to avoid, or changing your destination during route guidance. Adding a Waypoint (“Pit Stop”) Changing Your Destination You can add up to four waypoints along your route. (P112) There are four methods you can use to specify a new destination during route guidance. a Press the DEST/ROUTE button. b Rotate i to select Waypoint. Press u. z Say d “Find Nearest…” (P117) Searches for the nearest place/landmark on the map screen (e.g., d “Find nearest gas station”). c Rotate i to select location and search method. Press u. z Say d “Go Home” (P12) Routes to your home address. z Selecting an icon on the map (P118) Scroll the map to position the cursor over a place/landmark icon or a new area on the map. Press u twice. z SEARCH AROUND: Search around a location. z SEARCH ALONG: Search between two locations. d Select the icon category and location to add to the Destination List when prompted. e Move r to select OK. 14 z Entering a new destination (P119) Press the DEST/ROUTE button. Move y to select Dest.MENU1/2 and enter a new destination. Canceling Your Route a Press the DEST/ROUTE button. b Rotate i to select Cancel Route. Press u. From the map screen: a Press u to select MAP MENU. b Rotate i to select Cancel Route. Press u. Index Why does the vehicle position icon on the map “lag” a short distance behind my actual position, especially at intersections? This is normal. The navigation system is unaware of the width of intersections. Large differences in vehicle position can indicate a temporary loss of the GPS signal. Why does the “time to destination” display sometimes increase even though I am getting closer to my destination? The “time to destination” is based on your actual road speed and traffic conditions to give you a better estimate of arrival time. Why does my clock frequently change the time forward and backward by one hour? The clock setting is automatically updated based on your GPS location. If you normally drive between two time zones, the clock may keep adjusting the time. You can turn this feature off. 2 Clock Adjustment P. 55 For more Information (P193) How do I specify a destination when an entered city or street could not be found? Try entering the street first. Some cities are lumped in with a major metro area. In rural “unverified” areas or new subdivisions, streets may be missing or only partially numbered. Quick Reference Guide Troubleshooting Table of contents How do I turn on the navigation system voice guidance? 1. Press the INFO button. Rotate i to select Set up and press u. Check that Volume is not set to OFF. 2. Move y to select Other, rotate i to select Basic Settings, and press u. Set Voice Recognition Tutor to ON if you want the system to provide confirmations and system prompts. My battery was disconnected or went dead, and the navigation system is asking for a code. Where do I find it? In most cases, you do not need to enter a code. Simply press and hold the VOL 9 (Volume/Power) button for two seconds; the system should reactivate. 2 System Initialisation P. 206 15 Index Table of contents How to Use This Manual This section explains different methods on how you can easily find information in this manual. Searching the Table of Contents (P1) Contents Two types of Tables of Contents help you find your desired information. More Detailed Contents Table of Contents Chapter Contents This more detailed table of contents shows you exactly what information is listed by section and title. First, find the general chapter related to what you are looking for (e.g., entering a destination from the Address Book). Then, go to that chapter to view a more specific table of contents. The Index consists of main terms and sub-entries. The sub-entries help you get to the desired page depending on what you are looking for. Searching the Index (P229) Menu items displayed on the navigation screen (e.g., Address Book) can be found individually in the Index. Navigation Screen 16 Index Go to the Next Page Index Table of contents After following the menu tree, step-by-step instructions explain how to achieve the desired result. Menu Tree DEST/ROUTE button The menu tree helps guide you through the system’s menu options. To get to your desired function, follow the menu tree in order of the steps shown. NOTE: All menu options can also be activated with voice commands. Press the hard button on the system control panel. Select the menu option with the Interface Dial. Press the DEST/ROUTE button. Rotate i to select Address Book. Press u. Sample pages and images in this section may differ from the actual ones. 17 Index NOTE 18 Table of contents Index Table of contents System Setup This section describes the start-up procedure and the navigation and setup functions. Start-up ................................................... 20 Voice Control System ............................. 22 Command Input .................................... 22 Voice Recognition .................................. 23 Interface Settings ................................... 24 Display and Volume Settings .................. 24 Interface Dial Feedback .......................... 25 Basic Settings ......................................... 26 Colour ................................................... 27 Language............................................... 31 Wallpapers Setting ................................. 32 Personal Information.............................. 36 Address Book......................................... 37 Home Addresses .................................... 41 PIN Numbers ...........................................42 Previous Destinations ..............................43 Music Search Setup .................................44 Song By Voice™ (SBV) ............................45 Phonetic Modification .............................46 Routing & Guidance ................................48 Rerouting................................................49 Unverified Area Routing ..........................50 Edit Avoid Area .......................................52 Edit Waypoint Search Area......................54 Clock Adjustment ....................................55 Adjust Time ............................................56 Resetting the Clock Settings....................56 Vehicle ..................................................... 57 Off-road Tracking................................... 58 Correct Vehicle Position ......................... 59 Data Reset ............................................... 60 Reset Factory Default Settings ................ 60 Clear Personal Data ................................ 61 19 Index Table of contents Start-up System Setup The navigation system starts automatically when you set the power mode to ACCESSORY or ON. At start-up, the following Confirmation screen is displayed. 1. Move y to select CHANGE LANGUAGE. X If you do not need to change the system language, proceed to step 3. 2. Rotate i to change the system language. Press u. 3. Press u to select OK. X Your current position is displayed on the map screen. X If you have set any calendar event reminders, they are displayed. Proceed to step 4. 20 1 Start-up If the navigation system loses power at any time, you may need to press and hold the VOL 9 (Volume/Power) button for more than two seconds, or you may be prompted for the fivedigit security code. 2 System Initialisation P. 206 You can change the system language at any time. 2 Language P. 31 “OK” on the Confirmation screen cannot be selected by using a voice command. If you do not press u within 30 seconds, the screen goes blank (or displays your wallpaper screen and you cannot use voice commands). Press any navigation or voice control button to continue. 2 Wallpapers Setting P. 32 Index Table of contents XXStart-upX X Your current position is displayed on the map screen. 1 Start-up You can set a calendar event reminder. 2 Calendar P. 184 Remind Later You can skip the reminder by pressing the CANCEL button. System Setup 4. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. The following options are available: • Remind Later: Displays the reminder again next time you start the vehicle. • OK: Turns the reminder off. ■ Limitations for Manual Operation Disabled option Certain manual functions are disabled or inoperable while the vehicle is in motion. You cannot select a grayedout option until the vehicle is stopped. Voice commands are still operable while the vehicle is in motion. 21 Index Table of contents Voice Control System System Setup Your vehicle has a voice control system that allows hands-free operation of most of the navigation system functions. You can also control the audio and climate control system, and make and receive phone calls using Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®. The voice control system uses the d (Talk) and K (Back) buttons on the steering wheel and a microphone near the map lights on the ceiling. 1 d (Talk) Button When you press the d (Talk) button, a helpful prompt asks what you would like to do. Press and release the d (Talk) button again to bypass this prompt and give a command. A “Voice Info” feature provides a tutorial that explains how to use the voice control system. 2 Voice Help P. 5 Command Input If the system does not understand a command or you wait too long to give a command, the system asks you to repeat the command. When you give a command, the system generally either repeats the command as a confirmation or asks you for further information. If you do not wish to hear this feedback, you can turn it off. However, listening to the feedback will help familiarise you with the way the system expects commands to be phrased. 2 Basic Settings P. 26 If the system cannot perform a command or the command is not appropriate for the screen you are on, the system beeps. On character input screens, a list of possible characters is displayed if the system does not recognize your command. You can find out which voice commands are available for a particular screen using the d Help command. The system will display and read the list of available commands to you. 22 1 Command Input The audio system is muted while using the voice control system. Index Table of contents XXVoice Control SystemXVoice Recognition Voice Recognition • Make sure the correct screen is displayed for the voice command that you are using. 2 Voice Commands P. 218 • Close the windows and moonroof. 1 Voice Recognition The voice control system can only be used from the driver’s seat because the microphone unit removes noises from the front passenger’s side. System Setup To achieve optimum voice recognition when using either the navigation voice control system or Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®: • Adjust the dashboard and side vents so air does not blow onto the microphone on the ceiling. • Speak clearly in a clear, natural speaking voice without pausing between words. • Reduce any background noise if possible. The system may misinterpret your command if more than one person is speaking at the same time. • Refer to the Voice Info tutorial. 2 Voice Help P. 5 23 Index Table of contents Interface Settings Display and Volume Settings H INFO button X Set up 1 Display and Volume Settings System Setup Use the Main Setup screen to adjust the display and volume. 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 2. Rotate i to make the adjustment. Press u. The following items are available: • Brightness: Adjusts the screen’s brightness. • Contrast: Adjusts the screen’s contrast. • Black Level: Adjusts the screen’s black level. • Volume: Adjusts the navigation system volume level. 24 You can set separate daytime and night time settings for Brightness, Contrast, and Black Level. Adjust each setting when the display is in either daytime or night time mode. You can set the display and volume settings using voice commands. 2 Main Setup Screen Commands P. 224 Volume If you set Volume to OFF, you will not hear route guidance or voice command confirmations. If you then select Voice in the Map Menu, you will hear route guidance at the default volume. Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXInterface Dial Feedback Interface Dial Feedback H INFO button X Set up X Interface Dial Feedback Rotate i to select an option. Press u. You can use this feature to minimise the need to look at the screen while operating the Interface Dial. You can set the interface dial feedback settings using voice commands on the Setup screen. 2 Main Setup Screen Commands P. 224 System Setup Set if and when the system reads aloud a selection made using the Interface Dial. 1 Interface Dial Feedback The following options are available: • ON: Always reads the selection. • AUTO (factory default): Reads the selection only when the vehicle is moving. • OFF: Disables the feature. 25 Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXBasic Settings Basic Settings H INFO button X Set up X Other X Basic Settings System Setup Set the map units to either miles or kilometers, and control the voice feedback from the navigation system. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Units: Sets the map units to either miles or kilometers (factory default). • Voice Recognition Tutor: Turns the voice feedback feature on or off. ON (factory default): Provides voice control system confirmation or prompts. OFF: Disables the feature. • Display Voice Command Tips: Alerts you when manual control of the system is disabled to prevent distraction while driving. Only voice commands are available. ON (factory default): Displays a message reminding you to use voice commands. OFF: Disables the message. Inoperable items are still grayed out on the screen. • Verbal Reminder: Turns the verbal reminders on or off. ON (factory default): Provides warning voice messages when: – Driving with the parking brake on. – Driving without wearing the driver and/or passenger seat belt. OFF: Disables the feature. 26 Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXColour Colour H INFO button X Set up X Other X Colour Rotate i to select an item. Press u. System Setup Choose the colour of the navigation map and system menus. The following items are available: • Map Colour: Sets the colour of the map screen. 2 Map Colour P. 28 • Menu Colour: Sets the colour of the menu screens. 2 Menu Colour P. 28 Continued 27 Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXColour 1 Map Colour ■ Map Colour System Setup H INFO button X Set up X Other X Colour X Map Colour Set separate map colours for Day and Night modes. 1. Rotate i to select Day or Night. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a colour for the map screen. Press u. ■ Menu Colour For Night mode Set to BLACK (factory default) to obtain the best night time display contrast. 1 Menu Colour H INFO button X Set up X Other X Colour X Menu Colour Set separate menu colours for Day and Night modes. 1. Rotate i to select Day or Night. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a colour for the menu screens. Press u. 28 For Day mode Set to WHITE (factory default is BEIGE) to obtain the best daytime display contrast. For Day mode Set to WHITE (factory default) to obtain the best daytime display contrast. For Night mode Set to BLACK (factory default) to obtain the best night time display contrast. Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXColour ■ Switching Display Mode Manually 1 Switching Display Mode Manually 1. Press the a button. A visual guide helps you see the difference between Day and Night modes. 2 Day or Night Mode P. 11 Recommended Settings X The Brightness bar is displayed for a few seconds. X Rotate i to adjust the brightness. Press u. • Select mid-range for the dash illumination. • Select WHITE for the map Day display and System Setup Set the screen brightness separately for Day and Night modes. Press the a (Display mode) button to cycle through the display modes (Day to Night to Off). BLACK for the map Night display. 2. Press the a button again. X Repeat the procedure to switch the display modes. Continued 29 Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXColour System Setup 30 Illumination control Priority Operation a button 1 Selects Day, Night, or Off display mode. This button has the highest priority and overrides all other display control adjustments listed below. Remember: Once you press this button, you assume full manual control of the display mode until the power mode is set to VEHICLE OFF (LOCK). Sunlight sensor (see your Owner’s Manual for location) 2 If the sunlight sensor detects daylight and the headlights are turned on, the system automatically overrides the Night display and displays the Day display mode. Remember: If desired, use the a button to override this automatic choice. Dash illumination adjustment buttons (see your Owner’s Manual for location) 3 When headlights are turned on, and you wish to have the Day display mode, adjust the illumination to the full brightness setting (beeps). Remember: Adjust the dash brightness back to mid-range to allow auto switching by sensing the headlights are on or off. Headlights (Auto/On/Off) 4 When turned on, the display changes to Night display mode. The previous three controls listed above can “cancel” this function. Remember: Use the a button, or adjust the dash illumination to full brightness, to set the display to your desired choice. Screen colour choice N/A The user can select the colour of the screen that will be displayed for the Day and Night display modes described above. Remember: For best contrast, ensure that the map colour is white for Day and black for Night. Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXLanguage Language H INFO button X Set up X Other X Language Rotate i to select the system language. Press u. Voice confirmation of cities and streets only occurs when English is the system language. When Français or Español is selected, some messages continue to be displayed in English. System Setup Set the system language used on all screens. You can choose from three languages: English, Français (French), Español (Spanish). 1 Language 31 Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXWallpapers Setting Wallpapers Setting H INFO button X Set up X Other X Wallpapers Setting System Setup Select, delete, and import wallpaper pictures for display on the screen. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Select wallpaper picture: Sets the desired picture for the wallpaper. 2 Selecting a Wallpaper Picture P. 33 • Delete pictures on HDD: Deletes pictures on the Hard Disc Drive. 2 Deleting Pictures from HDD P. 35 • Import pictures from USB: Stores pictures on the Hard Disc Drive. 2 Importing Pictures from USB P. 34 32 Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXWallpapers Setting ■ Selecting a Wallpaper Picture 1 Selecting a Wallpaper Picture 1. Rotate i to select a picture. X The picture is displayed on the screen. Two images are provided for the HDD as a factory default. System Setup H INFO button X Set up X Other X Wallpapers Setting X Select wallpaper picture X Alternatively, rotate i to select Blank to disable the wallpaper picture setting. 2. Press u to set the wallpaper image. Continued 33 Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXWallpapers Setting ■ Importing Pictures from USB 1 Importing Pictures from USB System Setup H INFO button X Set up X Other X Wallpapers Setting X Import pictures from USB 1. Connect a USB flash drive containing pictures. 2. Rotate i to select a picture to upload. Press u. X Repeat the procedure to upload more pictures. 3. Move r to select OK. You can only import pictures when the vehicle is in Park. You can connect a USB flash drive using the USB adapter cable in the console compartment. 2 Connecting a USB Flash Drive P. 152 You can only import pictures from the root directory. Pictures in folders cannot be imported. The display size is a fixed 800 u 480 pixels. Smaller pictures are displayed against a black background. Larger pictures are scaled down without changing the aspect ratio. Ten pictures (in BMP or JPEG format) can be saved to the HDD. Incompatible data formats or pictures greater than 6 MB cannot be uploaded. Pictures with a file name longer than 221 characters cannot be uploaded. If you attempt to upload a picture with the same name as an existing picture, a pop-up screen asks if you want to overwrite the existing picture file. 34 Index Table of contents XXInterface SettingsXWallpapers Setting 1 Deleting Pictures from HDD ■ Deleting Pictures from HDD If there are no pictures on the HDD, “No Entries Exist” is displayed. 1. Rotate i to select a picture. Press u. You can only delete pictures when the vehicle is in Park. X The picture is displayed on the screen. System Setup H INFO button X Set up X Other X Wallpapers Setting X Delete pictures on HDD You can only delete pictures that have been fully uploaded from a USB flash drive. X Repeat the procedure to delete other pictures. X Items to be deleted are indicated with a trash icon. 2. Move r to select OK. 3. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u to delete the picture(s). Trash icon 35 Index Table of contents Personal Information H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information System Setup Use the personal information menu to select and set your address books, home addresses, and PINs. You can also delete unwanted destinations from the list of previously routed destinations. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Address Book: Stores new addresses or edits your address book. 2 Address Book P. 37 • Home Address 1: Sets or edits your home address. 2 Home Addresses P. 41 • Home Address 2: Sets or edits another home address. 2 Home Addresses P. 41 • PIN Number: Sets or changes your PIN. 2 PIN Numbers P. 42 • Previous Destinations: Deletes the destination history. 2 Previous Destinations P. 43 36 1 Personal Information Personal information cannot be backed up or moved to another navigation system. Index Table of contents XXPersonal InformationXAddress Book Address Book H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information X Address Book 1 Address Book Move r to change the user address book. Move w or y to display only the addresses in the selected category. ■ Adding an Address Book Entry If you have PIN-protected your address book, enter your PIN when prompted. Move r to select OK. PINs are optional. 2 PIN Numbers P. 42 Any address book categories you create are also displayed on the Select an Address screen. 2 Selecting an Address Book Category P. 40 System Setup Store up to 200 address entries in the address book. You can add, edit, and delete information in the address books. 1 Adding an Address Book Entry H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information X Address Book This section explains how to enter the name and address. 1. Rotate i to select New Address. Press u. Continued If you do not give the address a name, one is automatically assigned (e.g., Address 001). You can re-enter, edit, or make changes to any entry. “Address” is the only required field. 37 Index Table of contents XXPersonal InformationXAddress Book 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. System Setup The following items are available: • Edit Name: Edits the name of the entry. • Edit Address: Edits the address of the entry. • Edit Phone No.: Edits the phone number of the entry. • Edit Category: Specifies the category of the entry. • Delete: Deletes the entry. 3. Rotate i to select Edit Name. Press u. 4. Enter a name or title. Move r to select OK. 5. Rotate i to select Edit Address. Press u. 6. Rotate i to select an item for specifying the address. Press u. 38 Index Table of contents XXPersonal InformationXAddress Book The following items are available: 1 Adding an Address Book Entry • Address: Enter an address on the character input screen when prompted. 2 Address P. 66 When you use Place Name or Place Category, the phone number is automatically entered. You can also add a phone number and category. • Previous Destinations: Select a previous destination. 2 Previous Destinations P. 72 System Setup • Current Position: Select your current location. • Place Name: Enter the name of a place/landmark. 2 Place Name P. 73 • Place Category: Select a category to search for a place/landmark (e.g., Banking, Lodging). 2 Place Category P. 76 • Place Phone No.: Enter the phone number of a place/landmark. 2 Place Phone Number P. 80 ■ Editing an Address Book Entry 1 Editing an Address Book Entry H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information X Address Book 1. Rotate i to select the address to edit. Press u. The entered contents are displayed on the Edit address screen. 2. Enter the name, address, phone number, and category fields. 2 Adding an Address Book Entry P. 37 3. Move r to select OK. Continued 39 Index Table of contents XXPersonal InformationXAddress Book ■ Selecting an Address Book Category System Setup H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information X Address Book 1. Rotate i to select an address. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select Edit Category. Press u. 3. Rotate i to select BUSINESS, PERSONAL, or a category you created. Press u. ■ Creating a New Category 1. Rotate i to select New Category. Press u. 2. Enter a name and select an icon when prompted. X The created category is displayed in the list of categories. ■ Deleting or Editing a Category 1. Move y to select Edit. 2. Rotate i to select Delete or Edit Category. Press u. 3. Delete an existing category, or change the name and icon. X The selected category to delete is indicated with a trash icon. Move r to select OK. 40 1 Selecting an Address Book Category You can have up to 100 categories (including “UNFILED”). If you delete a category that is used by other addresses, the category type for those addresses changes to “UNFILED.” Category Icons The following icons can be selected for a category: Index Table of contents XXPersonal InformationXHome Addresses ■ Deleting an Address Book Entry 1 Deleting an Address Book Entry 1. Rotate i to select the address to delete. Press u. When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, delete all address book entries. 2. Rotate i to select Delete. Press u. System Setup H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information X Address Book 3. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u to delete the address. 1 Home Addresses Home Addresses H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information X Home Address 1 or Home Address 2 Set two home addresses that you frequently use. 1. Edit the name, address, and phone number the same way as an address in the address book. 2 Adding an Address Book Entry P. 37 2. Move r to select OK. If you have PIN-protected your home addresses, enter your PIN when prompted. Move r to select OK. PINs are optional. 2 PIN Numbers P. 42 If your home street is not in the system database, park on the nearest verified street to your home. When entering the “Address” field, rotate i to select Current Position to use your current location as the home address and press u. You can delete a home address if necessary. Rotate i to select Delete. Press u. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u. When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, delete all home addresses. The home icon is shown on the map screen on the 80 and 200 m scales. 41 Index Table of contents XXPersonal InformationXPIN Numbers PIN Numbers H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information X PIN Number System Setup Set a four-digit PIN for protecting personal addresses and your home addresses. Once you set a PIN, you are prompted to enter it whenever you access a personal address or a home address. 1. Rotate i to select the PIN to create. Press u. 1 PIN Numbers PIN Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a password used to access personal data. PINs are optional. If you choose to use a PIN, keep a note of the number in a secure location. If you forget your PIN, a dealer will have to reset the navigation system and all of your stored information will be erased. The factory default is no PIN. If you want to stop using a PIN, move r to select DO NOT USE PIN. 2. Rotate i to select a digit to enter. Press u. Repeat to enter a new four-digit PIN. 3. Re-enter the new PIN, when prompted, to confirm the number you just entered. X If you have not entered the same number both times, an “INCORRECT PIN” message is displayed. Enter your PIN again. 42 Index Table of contents XXPersonal InformationXPrevious Destinations Previous Destinations H INFO button X Set up X Personal Information X Previous Destinations 1. Rotate i to select the destination to delete. Press u. Up to 50 destinations can be stored. To cancel the selection of a previous destination, rotate i to highlight the destination again. Press u to de-select it. System Setup The navigation system maintains a list of your previously routed destinations as a shortcut for entering the same destination in the future. You can delete some or all of your previous destinations from the list. 1 Previous Destinations X Repeat the procedure as necessary. X Items to be deleted are indicated with a trash icon. 2. Move r to select OK to delete the selected destinations. Trash icon 43 Index Table of contents Music Search Setup H AUDIO button (in iPod® mode) X AUDIO MENU X Music Search Setup System Setup Use this feature to set up the music search abilities when using Song By Voice™ (SBV) commands. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. You can also display the Music Search Setup items in the DISC (music CD) or HDD mode. Select HDD Setup in AUDIO MENU. This feature is only available when the system language is set to English. The following items are available: • Song By Voice: Turns the feature on or off. 2 Song By Voice™ (SBV) P. 45 • Phonetic Modification: Changes the phonetic (song name, artist name, etc.) so that they are more easily recognized through voice commands. 2 Phonetic Modification P. 46 44 1 Music Search Setup Index Table of contents XXMusic Search SetupXSong By Voice™ (SBV) Song By Voice™ (SBV) H AUDIO button (in iPod® mode) X AUDIO MENU X Music Search Setup X Song By Voice Rotate i to select an option. Press u. You can also display the Music Search Setup items in the DISC (music CD) or HDD mode. Select HDD Setup in AUDIO MENU. This feature is only available when the system language is set to English. System Setup Use SBV to search for and play music from your HDD or iPod® using voice commands. Use this setting to enable SBV. 1 Song By Voice™ (SBV) The following options are available: • ON (factory default): Song By Voice commands are available. 2 Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV) P. 151 • OFF: Disable the feature. 45 Index Table of contents XXMusic Search SetupXPhonetic Modification Phonetic Modification H AUDIO button (in iPod® mode) X AUDIO MENU X Music Search Setup X Phonetic Modification System Setup Add phonetic modifications of difficult or foreign words so that it is easier for SBV to recognize artists, songs, albums, and composers in voice commands when searching for music on the HDD or iPod®. 1. Rotate i to select New Modification. Press u. 1 Phonetic Modification You can also display the Music Search Setup items in the DISC (music CD) or HDD mode. Select HDD Setup in AUDIO MENU. Phonetic Modification is greyed out when Song By Voice is set to OFF. This feature is only available when the system language is set to English. You can store up to 2000 phonetic modification items. SBV may not be able to recognize languages other than English. The Phonetic Modification feature is helpful in the following situations: 2. Rotate i to select the media source (HDD or iPod). Press u. • The music information cannot be identified using Gracenote®. • The phonetics are in languages other than English. 46 Index Table of contents XXMusic Search SetupXPhonetic Modification 3. Rotate i to select the item to modify (e.g., Artist). Press u. System Setup 4. Rotate i to select an entry (e.g., “No Name”). Press u. 5. Rotate i to select Edit. Press u. X Rotate i to select Play to listen to the phonetic modification. Press u. X Rotate i to select OK and press u when finished. 6. Enter the phonetic spelling you wish to use (e.g., “Artist A”) when prompted. 7. Move r to select OK to exit. X The artist “No Name” is phonetically modified to “Artist A.” When in SBV mode, you can use the voice command d “Play Artist ‘Artist A’” to play songs by the artist “No Name.” 47 Index Table of contents Routing & Guidance H INFO button X Set up X Other X Routing & Guidance System Setup Choose various settings that determine the navigation system functionality during route guidance. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Rerouting: Sets the route recalculation to automatic or manual mode. 2 Rerouting P. 49 • Unverified Area Routing: Sets whether you use the route guidance in unverified areas. 2 Unverified Area Routing P. 50 • Edit Avoid Area: Specifies areas to avoid when calculating a route. 2 Edit Avoid Area P. 52 • Edit Waypoint Search Area: Sets the distance from the route to find waypoints. 2 Edit Waypoint Search Area P. 54 • Guidance Mode: Sets whether to display only the map screen or a split mapguidance screen. 2 Guidance Mode P. 100 48 Index Table of contents XXRouting & GuidanceXRerouting Rerouting H INFO button X Set up X Other X Routing & Guidance X Rerouting Rotate i to select an option. Press u. If you live in an area with poor mapping, you may wish to set Rerouting to MANUAL to avoid constant recalculation. You will need to select Recalculation manually to make the system recalculate your new route. System Setup Set whether route recalculation occurs automatically or manually during route guidance. 1 Rerouting The following options are available: • AUTOMATIC (factory default): The system calculates a new route automatically when you deviate from the route. It is strongly recommended that you leave the system set to Automatic. • MANUAL: Disables route recalculation. The system beeps and “Off Route” is displayed when you deviate from the route. 49 Index Table of contents XXRouting & GuidanceXUnverified Area Routing Unverified Area Routing H INFO button X Set up X Other X Routing & Guidance X Unverified Area Routing System Setup Receive turn-by-turn map and voice guidance in unverified areas. Rotate i to select ON or OFF. Press u. 1 Unverified Area Routing Unverified roads are found in rural areas, and typically include residential streets away from the centre of a town. They may not be accurate, and can contain errors in location, naming, and address range. Unverified roads are shown only when viewing the map in the 80, 200 or 400 m map scales. Vector line (dotted) Differences 50 OFF (factory default) ON ON or OFF? The driver wishes to manually navigate using the navigation map and choose the streets that lead to the destination. The driver chooses to let the navigation system suggest possible routing, knowing that the guidance may not be accurate. Route calculation Route is usually longer, using verified roads whenever possible. Route is shorter, but uses unverified (purple) streets that may not be accurate. Route line A blue dotted vector line is displayed A blue-pink dashed route line on the map that continually points highlights suggested unverified to your destination. streets on the map while travelling to your destination. Cautionary messages Cautionary pop-up screens and Cautionary pop-up screens and voice announcements remind you to voice announcements remind you to exercise additional caution and obey all traffic restrictions. obey all traffic restrictions. Blue-pink route line Index Table of contents XXRouting & GuidanceXUnverified Area Routing Differences OFF (factory default) ON There is no turn-by-turn map or voice guidance. Voice guidance commands end with the phrase “if possible” to remind you to verify all traffic restrictions. Directions list A direction list is typically not available. However, depending on your route, directions are provided to help you reach the first available verified road. A direction list is provided showing street names and turn symbols in pink. System Setup Guidance (map/voice) 51 Index Table of contents XXRouting & GuidanceXEdit Avoid Area Edit Avoid Area H INFO button X Set up X Other X Routing & Guidance X Edit Avoid Area System Setup Specify up to five areas to avoid (e.g., road construction, closures), if possible, when the system calculates routes to your destination. 1. Rotate i to select New Area or an existing area to edit. Press u. 1 Edit Avoid Area The maximum size of an “avoid area” is 800 square metre. If your selected area contains a highway, you are asked “Do you want to avoid highways?” Answering “No” allows you to use a route through an avoid area on a highway without any pop-up messages. You can select areas to avoid, however you cannot select roads or areas that you want the system to use for routing. You can enter up to 25 characters for the name. 2. Rotate i to select Edit Name to label the area to avoid. Press u. 3. Enter a name or title. Move r to select OK. 4. Rotate i to select Edit Area to define the area to avoid. Press u. The following options are available (after an area is set): • View Area Map: Displays the selected avoid area on the map. • Delete: Deletes the selected avoid area. 52 Index Table of contents XXRouting & GuidanceXEdit Avoid Area 1 Edit Avoid Area You can change the map scale to 80, 200, or 400 m. System Setup 5. Rotate i to select a method for specifying the area. Press u. The following options are available: • Address: Specify the general area by entering an address. 2 Address P. 66 • Map Input: Specify the general area by map input. 2 Map Input P. 85 6. If you select Map Input, scroll the map to position the cursor over your desired start point, adjusting the map scale as necessary. Press u to mark the start point. Cursor X To redo the area selection, press the CANCEL button. 7. Scroll the map to “draw” the area. Press u to mark the end point. 8. Press u to select OK. X The area you specify is displayed in the list of areas to avoid. Avoid area 53 Index Table of contents XXRouting & GuidanceXEdit Waypoint Search Area Edit Waypoint Search Area H INFO button X Set up X Other X Routing & Guidance X Edit Waypoint Search Area System Setup Select the distance from your highlighted route line (on either side of your route) that the system will search for a waypoint. 2 Adding Waypoints P. 112 You can specify a different search distance for highways and surface streets. 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a search distance. Press u. The following items are available: • On Highways: 1.6, 3, 8, or 16 km can be set. Factory default is 3 km. • On Surface Street: 0.8, 1.6, 3, or 8 km can be set. Factory default is 0.8 km. 54 1 Edit Waypoint Search Area The search distance does not affect the search range used for the Find Nearest voice commands (e.g., say d “Find nearest gas station”). Index Table of contents Clock Adjustment H INFO button X Set up X Other X Clock Adjustment Rotate i to select an item. Press u. You can check the time and date from any screen using voice commands. 2 Global Commands P. 218 Auto Daylight This function is not activated in areas that have not adopted daylight saving time, even if you have set Auto Daylight to ON. The following items are available: System Setup Set the automatic adjustment of the system clock for daylight saving and international time zones. 1 Clock Adjustment Auto Time Zone If you live and work in two different time zones, you may want to turn Auto Time Zone to OFF. When driving near a time zone boundary, the displayed time zone may fluctuate between the two zone times. • Auto Daylight: The navigation system automatically adjusts the clock (“spring ahead” or “fall back” by one hour) when a daylight saving time change occurs. ON (factory default): Adjusts the clock automatically. OFF: Disables the feature. • Auto Time Zone: The navigation system automatically adjusts the clock when driving through different time zones. ON (factory default): Adjusts the clock automatically. OFF: Disables the feature. • ADJUST TIME: Adjust the current time manually. 2 Adjust Time P. 56 • Reset: Reset the clock settings to the factory default. 2 Resetting the Clock Settings P. 56 55 Index Table of contents XXClock AdjustmentXAdjust Time Adjust Time H INFO button X Set up X Other X Clock Adjustment X Adjust Time System Setup Adjust the current time (hours and minutes). 1. Move w or y to select HOUR or MINUTE. 2. Rotate i to adjust the value. 3. Move r to select OK. Resetting the Clock Settings H INFO button X Set up X Other X Clock Adjustment X Reset Reset the Auto Daylight and Auto Time Zone settings to the factory defaults. 56 Index Table of contents Vehicle H INFO button X Set up X Other X Vehicle Rotate i to select an item. Press u. System Setup Set the off-road tracking feature and correct the vehicle position displayed on the map. The following items are available: • Off-road Tracking: Set whether to display the tracking dots on the map. 2 Off-road Tracking P. 58 • Correct Vehicle Position: Adjust the position of the vehicle on the map. 2 Correct Vehicle Position P. 59 57 Index Table of contents XXVehicleXOff-road Tracking Off-road Tracking H INFO button X Set up X Other X Vehicle X Off-road Tracking System Setup The navigation system can be set to display white off-road tracking dots (“breadcrumbs”) on the map screen whenever you drive into an area approximately 800 m away from a mapped road. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. The following options are available: • ON (factory default): The system displays the white tracking dots. 2 Driving Off-road P. 93 • OFF: Disables the feature. 58 1 Off-road Tracking To clear existing breadcrumbs, set Off-road Tracking to OFF, exit the Setup screen, and then set Off-road Tracking to ON again. Index Table of contents XXVehicleXCorrect Vehicle Position Correct Vehicle Position H INFO button X Set up X Other X Vehicle X Correct Vehicle Position 1. Put the vehicle in Park. 2. Rotate i to select Correct Vehicle Position. Press u. 3. Scroll the map to position the arrowhead at your correct position. Press u. 4. Rotate i to position the arrowhead in the correct direction the vehicle is facing. An apparent position error can occur where buildings, tunnels, and other objects block or reflect the GPS signals, forcing the system to use “dead reckoning” to determine your location and direction. System Setup Manually adjust the current position of the vehicle as displayed on the map screen if the position appears to be incorrect. 1 Correct Vehicle Position Using this function to adjust vehicle position is not recommended. When the system reacquires a GPS signal, it will automatically place the vehicle in the correct location. If you continually have to adjust the vehicle position, you may have problems with the GPS reception or there may be database errors. 2 System Limitations P. 208 5. Press u to select OK. 59 Index Table of contents Data Reset Reset Factory Default Settings H INFO button X Set up X Other X Reset Factory Default System Setup Reset all the settings on the Setup screens and multi-view rear camera brightness settings to their factory default. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u to reset the settings. 1 Reset Factory Default Settings When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, reset all settings to default and delete all personal data. The following settings are reset: • Brightness, Contrast, Black Level, Volume, Interface Dial Feedback, Brightness (multi-view rear camera) • Basic Settings: Units, Voice Recognition Tutor, Display Voice Command Tips, Verbal Reminder • Routing & Guidance: Rerouting, Unverified Area Routing, Edit Waypoint Search Area, Guidance Mode • Clock Adjustment: Auto Daylight, Auto Time Zone, Time • Vehicle: Off-road Tracking • Colour: Map Colour, Menu Colour • Route Preference 60 Index Table of contents XXData ResetXClear Personal Data Clear Personal Data H INFO button X Set up X Other X Clear Personal Data 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. X Repeat the procedure to delete other items. X Items to be deleted are indicated with a trash icon. 2. Move r to select OK. 3. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u to delete the data. When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, reset all settings to default and delete all personal data. The following items can be deleted: • Address book • Home address 1 and 2 • Previous destinations • Calendar entries • Avoid areas • Music on HDD • Music search phonetics • Cellular phone information (speed dials, voice System Setup Delete uploaded data, calendar entries, address book, or stored destinations, or reset other settings to their factory defaults. 1 Clear Personal Data tags, and user PIN) • Wallpapers Setting When the Address Book is deleted, all contents (except the Categories) are deleted. To delete all stored personal phone information, select Clear Cellular Phone Information in the Phone Setup screen. Trash icon If you have PIN-protected your address books or home addresses, enter your PIN when prompted. Move r to select OK. PINs are optional. 2 PIN Numbers P. 42 61 Index 62 Table of contents Index Table of contents Navigation This section describes how to enter a destination, select a route to take, and follow the route to your destination. It also describes how to change your route or destination along the way. Entering a Destination ........................... 64 Address ................................................. 66 Address Book......................................... 71 Previous Destinations ............................. 72 Place Name ............................................ 73 Place Category ....................................... 76 Place Phone Number .............................. 80 ZAGAT................................................... 80 Coordinate ............................................ 83 Intersection ............................................ 84 Map Input.............................................. 85 Calculating the Route ..............................87 Changing the Route Preference ..............88 Viewing the Routes .................................88 Calculating the Route on the Destination Map ......................................................89 Driving to Your Destination ...................90 Viewing the Route ..................................90 Listening to Voice Guidance ....................94 Map Menu ................................................95 Displaying the Map Menu .......................95 Guidance Menu ......................................97 Map Information...................................102 Changing Your Route ........................... 110 Cancelling the Route ............................ 111 Taking a Detour ................................... 111 Avoiding Streets ................................... 111 Adding Waypoints ............................... 112 Editing the Destination List ................... 116 Changing Your Destination ................. 117 Find Nearest Place ................................ 117 Selecting a Destination on the Map ...... 118 Entering a New Destination.................. 119 Resuming Your Trip .............................. 121 63 Index Table of contents Entering a Destination H DEST/ROUTE button 1 Entering a Destination This section describes how to enter a destination for route guidance. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Navigation XMove y to select Dest. MENU 2 to display additional menu entries. If you press the DEST/ROUTE button when en route, the Route Menu screen is displayed. 2 Changing Your Route P. 110 Prior to departure, you can set areas along your route to avoid. 2 Avoiding Streets P. 111 The following items are available: • Address: Sets a destination by entering an address. 2 Address P. 66 • Address Book: Sets a destination by selecting an address stored in your Address Book. 2 Address Book P. 71 • Previous Destinations: Sets a destination by selecting a previous destination. 2 Previous Destinations P. 72 64 d “Display Destination”, d “Display Navigation” Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationX • Place Name: Sets a destination by entering a place name. 2 Place Name P. 73 • Place Category: Sets a destination by selecting a place/landmark. 2 Place Category P. 76 • ZAGAT: Sets a destination (restaurant) by using ZAGAT® SURVEY Rating information. 2 ZAGAT P. 80 Navigation • Place Phone No.: Sets a destination by entering the phone number of a place/ landmark. 2 Place Phone Number P. 80 • Coordinate: Sets a destination by entering latitude and longitude. 2 Coordinate P. 83 • Intersection: Sets a destination (intersection) by entering two streets. 2 Intersection P. 84 • Map Input: Sets a destination by scrolling through the map. 2 Map Input P. 85 • Go Home 1 or 2: Sets your home address as a destination. 2 Going Home P. 12 65 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXAddress Address H DEST/ROUTE button X Address Enter an address to use as the destination. The state or province you are currently in is displayed (e.g., British Columbia). Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Navigation The following items are available: • City: Selects your destination city. 2 Selecting a City P. 68 • Street: Selects your destination street. 2 Selecting a Street P. 69 • Change Province: Selects the state or province. 2 Selecting the State or Province P. 67 • ZIP Code: Enters the postal code to select the city. 2 Selecting a City by Postal Code P. 67 66 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXAddress ■ Selecting the State or Province 1 Selecting the State or Province Move w or y to select the following areas: H DEST/ROUTE button X Address X Change Province ■ Selecting a City by Postal Code • USA for the U.S. mainland, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico • Canada/AK for Canada and Alaska • Mexico Navigation Rotate i to select a province from the list. Press u. 1 Selecting a City by Postal Code H DEST/ROUTE button X Address X Postal Code 1. Enter the postal code of your destination. If your city is not listed, it may be part of a larger metropolitan area. Try entering the street first. 2. Move r to select LIST. Continued 67 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXAddress 3. Rotate i to select the destination city from the list. Press u. Navigation X Next, you are prompted to enter a street name. 2 Selecting a Street P. 69 ■ Selecting a City 1 Selecting a City H DEST/ROUTE button X Address X City Vehicle position may not be displayed when: The name of the city where you are currently located is displayed. • The automobile is travelling off-road. • The vehicle position data cannot be updated. 1. Enter the name of a different city, or move r to select OK for the current city. X Move r to select LIST to display a list of cities. 68 You do not need to enter spaces or symbols (e.g., &, -, %). Partial matches are supported (e.g., “ANGELES” to find “LOS ANGELES”). Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXAddress 2. Rotate i to select your destination city from the list. Press u. 1 Selecting a City If your city is not listed, it may be part of a larger metropolitan area. Try entering the street first. Non-detailed area mark: Try entering the street first and then select the city. Navigation X A list of matching hits is automatically displayed after you enter several letters, with the closest match at the top of the list. Matching letters are in yellow. X Next, you are prompted to enter a street name. 2 Selecting a Street P. 69 ■ Selecting a Street 1 Selecting a Street H DEST/ROUTE button X Address X Street 1. Enter the name of your destination street. X Do not enter the street type (e.g., street, road, avenue) or direction (e.g., north, south, east, west). X Move r to select LIST to display a list of streets. Continued When entering the names of major highways, you can use the following abbreviations. For Trans-Canada and Provincial highways, use “Hwy” (HWY-7). For County roads, use “CR” (CR-32). For Regional Roads, use “RR” (RR-5). For interstates, use an “I” (e.g., I-10). For U.S. freeways, use “US” (e.g., US-18). For state freeways, use the two-character state designation (e.g., CA-101). For county roads, use the appropriate designation (e.g., G-2). 69 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXAddress 2. Rotate i to select your destination street from the list. Press u. Navigation X A list of matching hits is automatically displayed after you enter several letters, with the closest match at the top of the list. Matching letters are in yellow. 1 Selecting a Street If you did not select a city first and there is more than one city with the specified street, a list of cities is displayed. 3. Enter the street number. Move r to select OK. X Only valid street numbers can be entered. 4. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 70 Rotate i to select the desired city from the list. Press u. Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXAddress Book Address Book H DEST/ROUTE button X Address Book 1 Address Book Select an address stored in your address book to use as the destination. 1. Rotate i to select your destination from the list. Press u. X Move w or y to display only the entries in a category: ALL, BUSINESS, PERSONAL, or other categories you have created. You can select New Address on the Select an address screen to add an entry to the address book. 2 Adding an Address Book Entry P. 37 Navigation 2. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 If you have PIN-protected your address book, enter your PIN when prompted. Move r to select OK. PINs are optional. 2 PIN Numbers P. 42 2 Selecting an Address Book Category P. 40 71 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPrevious Destinations Previous Destinations H DEST/ROUTE button X Previous Destinations Select an address from a list of your 50 most recent destinations to use as the destination. The list is displayed with the most recent destination at the top. Navigation 72 1. Rotate i to select a destination from the list. Press u. 2. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 1 Previous Destinations If Previous Destinations is greyed out, there are no previous destinations entered. Your home addresses and addresses stored in your address book are not added to the list of previous destinations. You can delete unwanted previous destinations from the list. 2 Previous Destinations P. 43 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPlace Name Place Name H DEST/ROUTE button X Place Name 1 Place Name Enter the name of a place (e.g., business, hotel, restaurant) stored in the map database to use as the destination. 1. Enter a place name. Move e to select OPTION to enter symbols and accented letters, move y to select SPACE to enter a space character, or move w to select DELETE to remove the last character. Once a name is entered and selected, move r to select SORT BY NAME or SORT BY DISTANCE. Matching letters are in yellow. 3. Rotate i to select a place name from the list. Press u. Navigation 2. Move r to select LIST to display a list of matching hits. This option is convenient if you know the exact name of a place. Restaurants with a z icon have a ZAGAT® review. Move y to select z to view the complete ZAGAT® review. 2 ZAGAT P. 80 X If the place name is in multiple categories, the categories are displayed when you select it. 2 Place Name in Multiple Categories P. 74 4. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 Continued 73 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPlace Name ■ Place Name in Multiple Categories If the place name is in multiple categories in the map database, the following screen is displayed. Navigation 1. Rotate i to select a place name. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a subcategory. Press u. 74 1 Place Name in Multiple Categories Move r to select SORT BY CITY or SORT BY DISTANCE. Matching letters are in yellow. Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPlace Name 3. Rotate i to select a place. Press u. 4. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 Navigation 75 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPlace Category Place Category H DEST/ROUTE button X Place Category 1 Place Category Select the category of a place (e.g., Banking, Lodging, Restaurant) stored in the map database to search for the destination. Navigation 1. Rotate i to select a category. Press u. This option is convenient if you do not know the exact name of a place or if you want to narrow down the number of matches returned for places with a common name. You can store up to 30 favourite subcategories. Move y to select My Favorites to access your favourites. 2 My Favorites P. 78 Advanced helps you to search the subcategory. When you enter a keyword and select LIST, the list of appropriate subcategories is displayed. 2. Rotate i to select a subcategory. Press u. X Move w or y to change the main category. 2 List of Categories P. 228 76 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPlace Category 3. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 1 Place Category Navigation Sort by Distance to Travel For locations sorted by distance to travel, you can move r to select MORE to increase the scope of the search. The number of locations increases to 100, 200, and up to 1000. When the number of locations is 100 or less, you can increase the scope to 800, 1600 km, or the entire Canada. The following items are available: • Place Name: Searches for a place in the subcategory by name. Enter a city name when prompted. • City Vicinity: Searches for a place in the subcategory within a 32-km radius of a specific city. Enter a city name and then a place name when prompted. Only the first 1000 matching places/landmarks are displayed. • Sort by Distance to Travel: Displays all the places in the subcategory sorted by distance from your current location. The closest place is displayed at the top. • Search by Keyword: Searches for a place by keyword when you do not know the exact category. Select Sort by Distance to Travel for locations near your current location, or select City Vicinity for locations in a specific city. Enter a keyword when prompted. Move r to select LIST to view a list of possible locations if one is not found automatically. • Sort by ZAGAT Rating: Searches for a restaurant by ZAGAT® SURVEY Rating information. 2 Finding Restaurants by ZAGAT Rating P. 82 Continued 77 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPlace Category 4. Rotate i to select a place name from the list. Press u. 5. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 Navigation ■ My Favorites H DEST/ROUTE button X Place Category X My Favorites Store up to 30 favourite subcategories. 78 1 Place Category The straight line distance (as the crow flies, not driving distance) and direction to the destination are shown for the highlighted place. Restaurants with a z icon have a ZAGAT® review. To display only restaurants with a ZAGAT® review, select Restaurant > ALL TYPES (ZAGAT ONLY) or say d “Zagat”. 2 Key to ZAGAT Ratings P. 190 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPlace Category ■ To store a subcategory in favourites: 1 My Favorites 1. Rotate i to select a subcategory on any subcategory screen. Deleting categories You can also delete a favourite subcategory on any Subcategory screen. Rotate i to select a favourite subcategory (which has a star at the end of line) and move r to select DELETE FROM MY FAVORITES. Navigation 2. Move r to select ADD TO MY FAVORITES. Stored categories A subcategory stored in My Favorites has a star at the end of the line. ■ To delete a subcategory from favourites: 1. Rotate i to select a favourite subcategory on the Favorite Subcategory screen. 2. Move r to select DELETE FROM MY FAVORITES. 79 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXPlace Phone Number Place Phone Number H DEST/ROUTE button X Dest. MENU 2 X Place Phone No. Select a destination by phone number. Only phone numbers in the database are recognized. Navigation 1. Enter the area code and phone number. Move r to select OK. 2. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 ZAGAT H DEST/ROUTE button X Dest. MENU 2 X ZAGAT Find a restaurant by ZAGAT® SURVEY Rating information. 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 80 1 Place Phone Number All 10 digits must be entered. Phone numbers of private residences entered in your address book are not stored in the database and thus cannot be used to search for a destination. A list is displayed if there are multiple locations in the database with the same phone number. Rotate i to select a place from the list. Press u. Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXZAGAT 1 ZAGAT® The following items are available: • Place Name: Searches for a place in the subcategory by name. Enter a city name when prompted. • Sort by Distance to Travel: Displays all the places in the subcategory sorted by distance from your current location. The closest place is displayed at the top. • Search by Keyword: Searches for a place by keyword when you do not know the exact category. Select Sort by Distance to Travel for locations near your current location, or select City Vicinity for locations in a specific city. Enter a keyword when prompted. Move r to select LIST to view a list of possible locations if one is not found automatically. • Sort by ZAGAT Rating: Searches for a restaurant by ZAGAT® SURVEY Rating information. 2 Finding Restaurants by ZAGAT Rating P. 82 2. Rotate i to select a restaurant. Press u. X The ZAGAT® ratings are shown across the top of the screen. You can move y to select z (or say d “ZAGAT List Number X,” where X is the list item number) to view the complete ZAGAT® review. Navigation • City Vicinity: Searches for a place in the subcategory within a 20-mile radius of a specific city. Enter a city name and then a place name when prompted. Only the first 1000 matching places/landmarks are displayed. Selecting this sorting method will show you ZAGAT's highest-rated restaurants by the options, and not necessarily by distance from your current location. • Press u (or say d “Read List”) to have the system read the ZAGAT® review. • Move y to select ? (or say d “Key to ZAGAT Rating”) for details on the ratings and symbols. 2 Key to ZAGAT Ratings P. 190 • Scrolling through the review is disabled while the vehicle is moving. • Move r to select SET AS DEST. to set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 Restaurant information for Mexico cannot be searched with ZAGAT 2011. X Move y to select z to view the rating information. 3. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 Continued 81 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXZAGAT ■ Finding Restaurants by ZAGAT Rating H DEST/ROUTE button X Dest. MENU 2 X ZAGAT X Sort by ZAGAT Rating Navigation 1. Rotate i to select the sort method used to list the restaurants. Press u. The following options are available: • Food, Décor, Service: Lists the restaurants by the rating value. • Cost: Lists the restaurants by the average cost of a meal (including drink and tip). 2. Rotate i to select a restaurant. Press u. 3. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 82 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXCoordinate Coordinate H DEST/ROUTE button X Dest. MENU 2 X Coordinate Specify a location using latitude and longitude map coordinates. 1. Enter the latitude. Move r to select OK. Latitude and longitude must be entered up to the seconds’ value. A yellow box (shown at scales above 400 m) denotes the area that can be viewed when you press u on the current map. Information icons are displayed at scales from 1.6 km to 400 m. Place/landmark icons are displayed at 200 m or less. Roads are displayed at 400 m or less. 3. Scroll the map to position the cursor over your desired destination, adjusting the map scale as necessary. Press u. Navigation 2. Enter the longitude. Move r to select OK. 1 Coordinate If you select multiple icons within the cursor radius, you are prompted to select one of the items from a list. X If the address is not the desired location, scroll to another location and try again. 4. Press u again to display the route calculation menu. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 5. Rotate i to select Set as Dest. Press u. 83 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXIntersection Intersection H DEST/ROUTE button X Dest. MENU 2 X Intersection Select the intersection of two streets as the destination. The state or province for your current location is displayed at the top of the screen (e.g., British Columbia). Navigation 1. Rotate i to select the intersection search method. Press u. 2. Set the route to your destination. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 The following options are available: • Street: Selects the two intersecting streets. The city or cities that the streets are located in are displayed. 2 Selecting a Street P. 69 • City: Selects the city where the intersection is located. You are prompted to enter the name of the two intersecting streets. 2 Selecting a City P. 68 • Change Province: Selects the state or province. 2 Selecting the State or Province P. 67 84 1 Intersection It is usually easier to select Street to find the streets first. The city or cities that the streets are in will be displayed. If you select City and your city is not listed, it may be part of a larger metropolitan area. Try entering the street first. If the intersection is outside the province you are currently in, rotate i to select Change Province. 2 Selecting the State or Province P. 67 If there is more than one intersection, you are prompted to select the intersection. If the two streets that you have selected do not intersect, no intersection is entered. Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXMap Input Map Input H DEST/ROUTE button X Dest. MENU 2 X Map Input Use the Interface Dial to manually select an icon or a location on the map screen as the destination. You are prompted to define the map area to display. Navigation 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Current Position: Your current location is centred on the map. • City: You are prompted to select the city. 2 Selecting a City P. 68 • Province: You are prompted to select the province. 2 Selecting the State or Province P. 67 • USA, Canada and Mexico: Your current location is displayed on a map of the country. Continued 85 Index Table of contents XXEntering a DestinationXMap Input 2. Scroll the map to position the cursor over your desired destination, adjusting the map scale as necessary. Press u. Navigation X If the address is not the desired location, scroll the map to another location and try again. 3. Press u again to display the route calculation menu. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 4. Rotate i to select Set as Dest. Press u. 86 1 Map Input A yellow box (shown at scales above 400 m) denotes the area that can be viewed when you press u on the current map. Information icons are displayed at scales from 1.6 km to 400 m. Place/landmark icons are displayed at 200 m or less. Roads are displayed at 400 m or less. If you select multiple icons within the cursor radius, you are prompted to select one of the items from a list. 2 Selecting a Destination on the Map P. 118 Index Table of contents Calculating the Route This section describes how to calculate your route. 1. Rotate i to select OK. Press u. The current route preferences are displayed as icons on the top right of the Calculate Route screen. The straight line distance (as the crow flies, not driving distance) and direction to the destination are shown. You cannot use voice commands while the system is calculating the route. Navigation X The system calculates and displays the route line on the map screen. 2 Route Line P. 91 1 Calculating the Route Add to Address Book You can add the destination address to the address book. 2 Adding an Address Book Entry P. 37 The following options are available: • Route Pref.: Changes the route preferences (calculating method). 2 Changing the Route Preference P. 88 • View Routes: Displays three different routes. 2 Viewing the Routes P. 88 • DESTINATION MAP: Move r to select DESTINATION MAP to display a map of the destination. 2 Calculating the Route on the Destination Map P. 89 Add to Dest. List You can add the address to the Destination List. 2 Editing the Destination List P. 116 Call You can place a telephone call to the destination phone number. 2 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® P. 162 2. Follow the route guidance to your destination. 2 Driving to Your Destination P. 90 X The system provides you with pop-up messages if your route passes through unverified areas or avoid areas. 87 Index Table of contents XXCalculating the RouteXChanging the Route Preference Changing the Route Preference Change the route preference by selecting minimum or maximum driving methods. 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Navigation 2. Rotate i to select MIN or MAX. Press u. X Repeat step 1 and 2 as necessary. 3. Move r to select OK. The calculated route may be the shortest route or the route you would choose. For safety reasons, the system generally applies the following rules to your route: • Shortcuts through residential areas are avoided. • Right turns are favoured over left turns or Uturns. • Time-restricted turns (turns prohibited at certain times of the day) are not used. Check the ferry schedule when the calculated route includes ferry route. Viewing the Routes View three different routes to your destination. Rotate i to select a route. Press u. XThe travel distance and estimated travel time is displayed for each route. XThe system calculates and displays the route line on the map screen. 2 Route Line P. 91 88 1 Changing the Route Preference 1 Viewing the Routes It is not unusual for some calculated route options to be identical. Index Table of contents XXCalculating the RouteXCalculating the Route on the Destination Map Calculating the Route on the Destination Map Calculate the route from the map of the destination address. Rotate i to select Calculate Route. Press u. d “Display Destination Map” (when en route) Navigation XThe system calculates and displays the route line on the map screen. 2 Route Line P. 91 1 Calculating the Route on the Destination Map 89 Index Table of contents Driving to Your Destination This section describes how to follow the route guidance to your destination and choose the icons displayed on the map screen. 1 Viewing the Route Viewing the Route d “Display Map” Navigation ■ Map Screen After calculating the route to your destination, the route is displayed on the map screen. 2 Map Screen Legend P. 10 As you drive, the system tracks your position on the map in real time and provides guidance as you approach each guidance point on the route. You can change the map scale using voice commands (e.g., say d “Display 3 km scale”). 2 Map Scale Commands P. 219 You can also change the map scale by rotating i. You can control the icons displayed on the map screen using voice commands (e.g., say d “Display post office”). 2 Map Display Commands P. 218 You can obtain information about the route using voice commands (e.g., say d “How long to the destination?”). 2 Route Commands P. 220 You can display the next guidance point on the map screen by saying d “Display Map Guide” (when en route). If you scroll the map while en route, the time and distance to destination indicators are replaced with an indicator showing distance from the current vehicle position. The map screen can be viewed in single-screen or split-screen mode. 2 Guidance Mode P. 100 90 Index Table of contents XXDriving to Your DestinationXViewing the Route ■ Guidance Screen 1 Guidance Screen The guidance screen offers an alternative way to view your route. Navigation • In single-screen mode, press the MAP/GUIDE button to switch between the map and guidance screens. A visual guide helps you check the guidance screen. 2 Guidance Screen P. 11 • In split-screen mode, press the MAP/GUIDE button to switch between the next guidance direction and a list of guidance directions. ■ Route Line 1 Route Line When driving on verified streets, the route line is light blue. The route line display changes when driving on unverified streets: Vector line (dotted) • If Unverified Area Routing is OFF, the route line uses verified streets only (when possible). A dotted “vector line” pointing directly towards your destination is also displayed. Continued You can set Unverified Area Routing to OFF to follow your own route to the destination. If Unverified Area Routing is ON, be aware that unverified streets may not be displayed accurately. 2 Unverified Area Routing P. 50 You can always view the entire route by simply saying d “Display entire route.” 91 Index Table of contents XXDriving to Your DestinationXViewing the Route Blue-pink route line • If Unverified Area Routing is ON, the route line changes to a dashed blue-pink line to indicate that the route line uses unverified streets. Navigation ■ Deviating From the Planned Route If you leave the calculated route, the system automatically recalculates a route to the desired destination based on your current location and direction. 2 Rerouting P. 49 92 1 Deviating From the Planned Route If Rerouting is set to MANUAL and you go off route, the system waits for you to manually initiate recalculation. Rotate i to select Recalculation and press u. 2 Rerouting P. 49 Index Table of contents XXDriving to Your DestinationXViewing the Route ■ Driving Off-road A message “Not on a digitized road” may appear when you drive 800 m away from a mapped road. Breadcrumbs may occasionally be displayed in urban areas, such as large parking lots in shopping malls, in new subdivisions where the roads are not yet in the database, or in areas where a GPS signal is unavailable, such as in a parking garage. Navigation If you leave all mapped (digitised) roads, the system automatically starts displaying a series of dots (breadcrumbs) to track the path you are taking. If needed, you can follow the dots back to the mapped road you originally left. 2 Off-road Tracking P. 58 1 Driving Off-road Off-road tracking breadcrumbs are limited to approximately 240 km. Breadcrumbs at the beginning of the trail are deleted if you exceed that distance. Breadcrumbs are displayed only at 80, 200, 400, and 800 m map scales. 93 Index Table of contents XXDriving to Your DestinationXListening to Voice Guidance Listening to Voice Guidance H ENTER button (on map) X Voice As you approach each guidance point, a pop-up window is displayed on the map screen with instructions for you to follow. Voice guidance for each guidance point is also provided. Navigation Typically, you hear three prompts: • 800 m from the guidance point (3 km on highway) • 400 m from the guidance point (1.5 km on highway) • Just before the guidance point To replay voice guidance, rotate i to select Voice in the Map Menu. If you select Voice between guidance points, voice guidance for the next guidance point is provided. 94 1 Listening to Voice Guidance d “Voice” (on the map screen) You can turn voice guidance OFF if you prefer. 2 Display and Volume Settings P. 24 When driving in unverified areas, the phrase “if possible” is inserted before each voice guidance prompt. Voice in the Map Menu may be grayed out if: • The vehicle is approaching the guidance point. • The vehicle is in an unverified area and Unverified Area Routing is set to OFF. The timing of voice guidance varies depending on the type of road you are on and the distance to the next guidance point. Index Table of contents Map Menu Displaying the Map Menu Use the Map Menu to control the icons displayed on the screen. You can also use the Map Menu to find locations or to cancel the route. 1. On the map screen, press u to select MAP MENU (if displayed). If you scroll the map while en route, press the MAP/GUIDE (or CANCEL) button to return to the current position map screen, then press u to select MAP MENU. Navigation X The Map Menu is displayed on the map screen. 1 Map Menu 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Voice: Select to hear the voice guidance when en route. 2 Listening to Voice Guidance P. 94 • Map Information: Allows you to select the information icons to display on the map, change the orientation of the map, or display your current location. 2 Map Information P. 102 Continued 95 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXDisplaying the Map Menu • Guidance Menu: Allows you to set or confirm the guidance points and highway exits for your route. 2 Guidance Menu P. 97 Navigation 96 • Find Nearest…: Allows you to find the nearest place/landmark (e.g., nearest gas station) by specifying a category. You can then add the location to the list of destinations, set as a waypoint, or set as your destination. 2 Changing Your Destination P. 117 • Cancel Route: Cancels your current route. 2 Cancelling the Route P. 111 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXGuidance Menu Guidance Menu H ENTER button (on map) X Guidance Menu Display the guidance points and highway exits for your route, and set the display mode for the map and guidance screens. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Navigation The following items are available: • Directions: Displays a list of the guidance points. 2 Directions P. 98 • Exit Info: Displays a list of the highway exits. 2 Highway Exit Information P. 99 • Guidance Mode: Selects the guidance display mode. 2 Guidance Mode P. 100 Continued 97 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXGuidance Menu ■ Directions 1 Directions 1. Rotate i to select a guidance point from the list. Press u. Guidance points with exit information are indicated by a (highway exit information) icon. Move y to select Exit Info to display the exit information. 2 Highway Exit Information P. 99 X The system displays a map of the guidance point. The route guidance information is automatically deleted when you reach your destination. H ENTER button (on map) X Guidance Menu X Directions Display a list of the guidance points on your route for your confirmation. Navigation 2. Press u to select RETURN or press the CANCEL button to return to the previous screen. 98 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXGuidance Menu ■ Highway Exit Information 1 Highway Exit Information d “Display Highway Exit Information” Display a list of the highway exits for the route. You can view highway exit information (whether the exit is near gas stations, restaurants, ATMs, etc.) and add new destinations or waypoints to the calculated route. You can scroll the map and select a (highway exit information) icon on the map screen to display the highway exit information. The icon is only displayed if there is exit information available. 1. Rotate i to select an exit from the list. Press u. Icons are displayed only at 400, 800 m or 1.6 km scale. 2 Showing Icons on the Map P. 103 Navigation H ENTER button (on map) X Guidance Menu X Exit Info The route guidance information is automatically deleted when you reach your destination. 2. Rotate i to select a list item. Press u. X Move w or y to display information for different exits. X The location is displayed on the Calculate Route screen. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 Continued 99 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXGuidance Menu ■ Guidance Mode 1 Guidance Mode H ENTER button (on map) X Guidance Menu X Guidance Mode Navigation Select the display mode during route guidance: single-screen mode (default) or splitscreen mode. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. The following options are available: • Single Screen: Displays the map and guidance screens on separate screens. Press the MAP/GUIDE button Map screen 100 Guidance screen The guidance mode can also be selected from the System Setup menu. 2 Routing & Guidance P. 48 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXGuidance Menu • Split Screen: Displays the map and guidance information simultaneously on the map screen. Next guidance point Next guidance point The next guidance point (the pop-up window) is displayed on the map screen as you approach a guidance point in the single-screen mode. Navigation Press the MAP/GUIDE button 1 Guidance Mode Guidance direction list 101 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXMap Information Map Information H ENTER button (on map) X Map Information Select the landmark icons to display on the map, change the orientation of the map, display your current location, and learn the meaning of the icons, colours, and symbols displayed on the map. Navigation Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Show Icon on Map: Selects the icons to display on the map. 2 Showing Icons on the Map P. 103 • North-up/Heading-up: Selects the map orientation (North-up or Heading-up). 2 Map Orientation P. 105 • Current Location: Displays and saves your current location. 2 Current Location P. 106 • Map Legend: Displays an overview of the map features. 2 Map Legend P. 107 102 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXMap Information ■ Showing Icons on the Map 1 Showing Icons on the Map H ENTER button (on map) X Map Information X Show Icon on Map Rotate i to select an icon in the icon bar. Press u. XPressing u toggles the icon display on or off. Navigation The icon bar along the bottom of the screen allows you to select the icons that are displayed on the map. You can display or hide the icons using voice commands on the map screen (e.g., say d “Display hospital”). 2 Map Display Commands P. 218 XRepeat the procedure as necessary. The following options are available: • Icon check boxes: Displays or hides the landmark icons. 2 Map Screen Legend P. 10 • ALL OFF: Hides all icons. • ICON OPTION: Fine-tunes the icon display. Move r. 2 Fine-tuning the Icons P. 104 Continued 103 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXMap Information ■ Fine-tuning the Icons 1 Fine-tuning the Icons Icons in some categories can be fine-tuned to display or hide. Navigation 1. Rotate i to select an icon category from the list (e.g., Other Icons). Press u. 2. Rotate i to select the icons to display on the map. Press u. X Pressing u toggles the icon display on or off. X Repeat the procedure as necessary. 3. Move r to select OK. 104 To display the “Other Icons,” be sure to turn on OTHER ICON in the icon bar. Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXMap Information ■ Map Orientation 1 Map Orientation d “Display Heading-up” (on map screen), d “Display North-up” (on map screen) H ENTER button (on map) X Map Information Select the map orientation. XThe system changes the map orientation and displays the map screen. The red arrow in the symbol always points North. On scales greater than 1.6 km, North-up mode is always used. Navigation Rotate i to select North-up or Heading-up. Press u. The following options are available: • North-up: Displays the map with North always pointing up. • Heading-up: Displays the map so that the direction you are travelling is always pointing up. Continued 105 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXMap Information ■ Current Location 1 Current Location Navigation H ENTER button (on map) X Map Information X Current Location d “Display Current Location” (on map screen) Display and save your current location for future use as a destination. The address, latitude, longitude, and elevation of your current location are displayed. You can also save the current location by saying d “Register the Current Location”. ■ To save your current location in the address book: 1. Rotate i to select Save. Press u. If you have PIN-protected your address book, enter your PIN when prompted. Move r to select OK. PINs are optional. 2 PIN Numbers P. 42 The elevation is not displayed if the system is receiving insufficient GPS information. When elevation is displayed, it may differ with roadside elevation signs by ±100 feet or more. Saving your current location does not change or cancel your current route. 2. Edit the name, phone number, and category. 2 Address Book P. 37 3. Move r to select OK. 106 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXMap Information ■ Map Legend 1 Map Legend A visual guide helps you see the map legend. 2 Map Screen Legend P. 10 H ENTER button (on map) X Map Information X Map Legend See an overview of the map lines, areas, routes, and navigation icons. XThe system displays the map legend. Continued Navigation Rotate to i select an item. 107 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXMap Information ■ Map Scale and Functions 1 Map Scale and Functions You can change the map scale using voice commands on the map screen (e.g., say d “Display 3 km scale”). 2 Map Scale Commands P. 219 The functions that are available from the map screen depend on the map scale. Map Scale (top: mile, bottom: metric) Navigation Function page 1/20 1/8 80 1/4 1/2 1 200 400 800 1.6 2 5 15 50 150 350 1000 3 8 24 80 240 560 1600 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Icon display ✔ Landmark icon 10 Exit info. 10 One-way traffic 10 ✔ Waypoint “flag” 11 ✔ Heading-up 105 North-up ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ 105 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Off-road tracking dots 93 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Unverified road 10 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Map features 10 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Avoid areas 52 ✔ ✔ ✔ Map orientation Others 108 You can change between miles or kilometers. 2 Basic Settings P. 26 Index Table of contents XXMap MenuXMap Information ■ Map Icons and Functions 1 Map Icons and Functions Display or hide all icons on the map screen, with the exception of Honda/Acura Dealer icons which are always shown. Type Honda/Acura dealer Icon display control Icon selectable Icon searchable Always on Yes Yes Hospital Yes Yes Yes School Yes Yes Yes ATM Yes Yes Yes Gas station Yes Yes Yes Restaurants Yes Yes Yes Post office Yes Yes Yes Grocery store Yes Yes Yes Hotel/Lodging Yes Yes Yes Police station No icon No Yes Shopping, Tourist attraction, Bank No icon No Yes Parking garage Yes Yes Yes Parking lot Yes Yes Yes Highway exit info. Yes Yes No Some icons, like police stations, are not shown, but you can still locate the nearest one with the Find Nearest voice command (e.g., say d “Find nearest police station”). 2 Find Place Commands P. 219 Navigation ■ Landmark icon You can display or hide the icons using voice commands on the map screen (e.g., say d “Display hospital”). 2 Map Display Commands P. 218 Icon display control Icons that can be displayed or hidden using the Interface Dial or voice command. Icon selectable Icons that can be selected as a destination using the Interface Dial. Icon searchable Icons that can be searched using the d Find Nearest voice command. 109 Index Table of contents Changing Your Route H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route) 1 Changing Your Route This section describes how to alter your route, add an interim “waypoint” (pit stop), choose a different destination, cancel your current destination, and continue your trip after stopping. Navigation Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Cancel Route: Cancels the route guidance. 2 Cancelling the Route P. 111 • Detour: Calculates a detour route. 2 Taking a Detour P. 111 • Avoid Streets: Avoids streets along your route. 2 Avoiding Streets P. 111 • Change Route Preference: Changes the route preferences (calculating method). 2 Changing the Route Preference P. 88 • Waypoint: Sets waypoints along your route. 2 Adding Waypoints from the Route Menu P. 113 • Destination Lists: Shows a list of waypoints. You can delete waypoints or edit the order of them. 2 Editing the Destination List P. 116 110 d “Display Destination”, d “Display Navigation” (when en route) If you press the DEST/ROUTE button when not en route, the Destination Menu screen is displayed. 2 Entering a Destination P. 64 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your RouteXCancelling the Route Cancelling the Route H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route) X Cancel Route 1 Cancelling the Route Cancel the route guidance and remove the destination and all waypoints from the destination list. The system then returns to the map screen. 1 Taking a Detour H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route) X Detour Calculate a detour route manually. The system attempts to calculate a new route by avoiding the next 8 km (while on a highway) or 1.6 km (while on a surface street). Avoiding Streets The detour option is convenient if you encounter an unexpected obstacle such as a road closure or extremely heavy traffic congestion. Navigation Taking a Detour You can also cancel your route from the Map Menu. 2 Map Menu P. 95 1 Avoiding Streets Avoiding certain streets is convenient if you know of road construction, road closures, or excessive traffic along the route. H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route) X Avoid Streets Select a street or streets along your route to avoid. 1. Rotate i to select the street you want to avoid. Press u. X Repeat the procedure to avoid other streets. X Streets to be avoided are indicated with a trash icon. Continued You cannot choose specific streets you want to use, only those to avoid. However, you can select intersections or waypoints (places/landmarks) that the system will use in your route. 2 Adding Waypoints P. 112 You can store up to 10 streets to avoid. You cannot avoid your current street or the streets of your waypoint(s) or destination (system beeps if selected). 111 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your RouteXAdding Waypoints 2. Move r to select OK. X The system calculates a new route. Navigation Adding Waypoints 1 Adding Waypoints Add up to four waypoints (pit stops) along the route to your destination. Waypoints are displayed on the map screen as small, numbered red flags. The route follows the waypoints in the order they are listed in the Destination List. Waypoints allow you to stop for gas or food, for example, and then continue on to your destination. Press the MAP/GUIDE button to return to the map screen without adding a waypoint at any time. The search corridor used for adding waypoints can be adjusted. 2 Edit Waypoint Search Area P. 54 You can delete waypoints or edit the order of waypoints in the destination list. 2 Editing the Destination List P. 116 112 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your RouteXAdding Waypoints 1 Adding Waypoints ■ Adding Waypoints from the Route Menu Search method H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route) X Waypoint “Search around” method Navigation 1. Rotate i to select a search method to add a waypoint. Press u. “Search along” method The following options are available: • SEARCH AROUND: Searches in a spiral pattern around the location you select. • SEARCH ALONG: Searches within a “corridor” on either side of the locations you select. 2. Rotate i to select a waypoint category (e.g., GAS STATION). Press u. Continued 113 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your RouteXAdding Waypoints 3. Rotate i to select a place. Press u. X The waypoint is added to the Destination List. Navigation 4. Move r to select OK. X The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen. 114 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your RouteXAdding Waypoints ■ Adding Waypoints from the Calculate Route Screen 1. Rotate i to select ADD TO Dest. List. Press u. Navigation 2. Rotate i to select a location in the Destination List. Press u. 3. Move r to select OK. X The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen. 115 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your RouteXEditing the Destination List Editing the Destination List H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route) X Destination Lists Delete or edit the order of waypoints. 1. Move y to select Edit. Navigation X Move w to select Map to display the destination and waypoints on the map screen. 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 3. Move r to select OK. X The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen. The following options are available: • Delete: Rotate i to select a list item to delete. Press u. • Edit Order: Rotate i to select a list item to move, press u, rotate i to select a new location, and press u again. 116 Index Table of contents Changing Your Destination There are several methods you can use to change the route destination. Find Nearest Place 1 Find Nearest Place d “Find Nearest…” (on map screen) Search for the nearest place/landmark on the map screen and set it as your destination. The Find Nearest voice command is the fastest method of specifying a place/landmark as your destination. Many kinds of places can be found. 2 Find Place Commands P. 219 1. Rotate i to select Find Nearest…. Press u. Navigation H ENTER button (on map) X Find Nearest… 2. Rotate i to select a category type. Press u. 3. Rotate i to select a place. Press u. 4. Rotate i to set the place as a destination or add to the destination list. Press u. X The system calculates the route. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 117 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your DestinationXSelecting a Destination on the Map Selecting a Destination on the Map Select a new destination when en route by selecting a location on the map. Navigation 1. Scroll the map to position the cursor over your desired destination, adjusting the map scale as necessary. Press u. 1 Selecting a Destination on the Map If there is more than one icon or street under the map cursor, you are prompted to select the item from a list. X If the address displayed is not the desired location, press the CANCEL button and repeat the procedure. 2. Rotate i to select OK or Set as Dest. (depending on the screen displayed). Press u. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 • Rotate i to select an item. Press u. • If you select Map Icon, rotate i to select a place and press u. 118 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your DestinationXEntering a New Destination 3. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. Navigation X The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen. The following options are available: • New Dest.: Sets the location as your new destination. • Waypoint: Sets the location as a new waypoint. Entering a New Destination 1 Entering a New Destination H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route) X Dest. MENU 1 or Dest. MENU 2 Enter a new destination using the Destination Menu screen even when you are en route. d “Display Destination”, d “Display Navigation” 1. Rotate i to select a method to enter a new destination. 2 Entering a Destination P. 64 X After entering a new destination, the address is displayed on the Calculate Route screen. 2. Rotate i to select OK. Press u. Continued 119 Index Table of contents XXChanging Your DestinationXEntering a New Destination 3. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. Navigation X The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen. The following options are available: • New Dest.: Sets the location as your new destination. • Waypoint: Sets the location as a new waypoint. 120 Index Table of contents Resuming Your Trip Stop your vehicle en route (e.g., to rest, stop for gas, etc.), and then continue on your route. If you did not complete your route, the Continue Trip screen is displayed when you restart your vehicle. XYou can continue on the same route. The Continue Trip screen has the same options as when you calculate a route. 2 Calculating the Route P. 87 To cancel your destination, press the CANCEL button. Add to Address Book You can add the destination address to the address book. 2 Adding an Address Book Entry P. 37 Navigation Rotate i to select OK. Press u. 1 Resuming Your Trip Add to Dest. List You can add the address to the Destination List. 2 Editing the Destination List P. 116 • Route Pref.: Changes the route preferences (calculating method). 2 Changing the Route Preference P. 88 • View Routes: Displays three different routes. 2 Viewing the Routes P. 88 Call You can place a phone call to the destination phone number. 2 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® P. 162 • DESTINATION MAP: Move r to select DESTINATION MAP to display a map of the destination. 2 Calculating the Route on the Destination Map P. 89 121 Index 122 Table of contents Index Table of contents Audio This section describes how to operate the audio system. You can play music from a wide array of media sources, and control the audio system using the audio buttons, the Interface Dial, or voice control. Audio System .................................................. 124 About Your Audio System.............................. 124 Auxiliary Input Jack ........................................ 124 Audio System Theft Protection ....................... 125 Playing FM/AM Radio ..................................... 126 Selecting FM/AM Mode.................................. 126 Audio Screen Control..................................... 126 Audio Menu .................................................. 127 Radio Data System (RDS) ................................ 128 Playing XM® Radio ......................................... 130 Selecting XM Mode........................................ 130 Audio Screen Control..................................... 130 Audio Menu .................................................. 131 XM® Radio Service ........................................ 132 Playing a Disc................................................... 133 Selecting Disc Mode....................................... 133 Audio Screen Control..................................... 133 Audio Menu .................................................. 134 Playing MP3/WMA/AAC Discs ........................ 135 Recommended Discs ...................................... 136 Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio ............ 137 Selecting HDD Mode ...................................... 137 Audio Screen Control ..................................... 138 Audio Menu................................................... 138 Recording a Music CD to HDD........................ 140 Searching for Music........................................ 142 Editing a Playlist or Album .............................. 143 Editing Track Information ............................... 144 Displaying Music Information ......................... 145 Updating Gracenote® Album Info.................. 146 Playing an iPod® ............................................. 147 Selecting iPod® Mode.................................... 148 Audio Screen Control ..................................... 148 Audio Menu................................................... 149 Searching for Music........................................ 150 Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV)............................................................... 151 Playing a USB Flash Drive ............................... 152 Selecting USB Mode....................................... 153 Audio Screen Control..................................... 153 Audio Menu .................................................. 154 Playing Tracks in Folders................................. 155 Playing Bluetooth® Audio ............................. 156 Selecting Bluetooth® Audio Mode ................ 156 Switching to HFL Mode.................................. 157 Audio Screen Control..................................... 157 Adjusting the Sound ....................................... 158 Audio Remote Controls .................................. 159 Steering Wheel Controls ................................ 159 123 Index Table of contents Audio System About Your Audio System The audio system features FM/AM radio and XM® Radio. It can also play audio discs, WMA/MP3/AAC tracks, iPod®, USB flash drives, and Bluetooth® devices. The audio system is operable from the buttons and switches on the panel, or the remote controls on the steering wheel. 2 Audio Remote Controls P. 159 2 Audio System P. 6 1 About Your Audio System You can operate the audio system by voice commands. 2 Audio Commands P. 221 In some cases, the name of the artist, album, or track may not appear correctly. Audio State or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle. iPod XM® Radio is available on a subscription basis only. 2 XM® Radio Service P. 132 USB Flash Drive Remote Control XM® Radio is available in the United States and Canada, except Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. Auxiliary Input Jack XM is a registered trademark of Sirius XM® Radio, Inc. Use the jack in the center console compartment to connect standard audio devices. Video CDs, DVD-Videos, and 8-cm mini discs are not supported. 1. Open the AUX cover. 2. Connect a standard audio device to the input jack using a 3.5 mm stereo miniplug. X The audio system automatically switches to the AUX mode. iPod® is a registered trademark owned by Apple Inc. 1 Auxiliary Input Jack To switch the mode, press any of the other audio mode buttons. You can return to the AUX mode by pressing the HDD/AUX button. You cannot use the auxiliary input jack if you replace the audio system. 124 Index Table of contents XXAudio SystemXAudio System Theft Protection Audio System Theft Protection The system is disabled when it is disconnected from the power source, such as when the battery is disconnected or goes dead. ■ Reactivating the System 1. Set the power mode to ON, and turn on the system. X If you set the power mode to ACCESSORY, you will be requested to enter the security code. See step 3. Find the audio system’s security code and serial number label in your Owner’s Manual kit. Do not store the label in your vehicle. If you lose the label, you must first retrieve the serial number, and then obtain the code from a dealer. Audio 2. Press and hold the VOL 9 (Volume/Power) button again for more than two seconds. 1 Audio System Theft Protection X The system is reactivated when the system’s control unit recognizes that the system is in your vehicle. X If the control unit fails to recognize, “ENTER CODE” appears on the navigation screen. 3. Enter the security code. X If you do not enter the code correctly after 10 tries, leave the system for one hour before trying again, or visit a dealer to have the system reset. 125 Index Table of contents Playing FM/AM Radio Selecting FM/AM Mode 1 Playing FM/AM Radio 1. Press the FM/AM button. X Press the FM/AM button again, if necessary, to select the frequency band (AM, FM1, FM2). 2. Select a station using the Preset buttons and the bars (SKIP, TUNE, SCAN/A.SEL). X On the FM bands, you can also use the CATEGORY bar and TITLE button to select a station provided by the Radio Data System (RDS). Audio X The band and frequency are displayed on the display. Audio Screen Control Control the audio system through the navigation screen. Frequency band 1. Move e to select a frequency band (AM, FM1, or FM2). 2. Rotate i to select a preset station. Press u. X Press and hold u until a beep sounds to store the current station in a preset button. X Move r to select AUDIO MENU. 2 Audio Menu P. 127 Preset stations 126 You can control the radio using voice commands. 2 Radio Commands P. 221 A visual guide helps you operate the audio system. 2 System Controls P. 4 2 Basic Operation P. 6 The ST indicator comes on the display for stereo FM broadcasts. Stereo reproduction in AM is not available. H AUDIO button (in FM/AM mode) Stereo indicator d “Display audio screen” The radio can receive the complete AM and FM bands: AM band: 530 to 1710 kHz FM band: 87.7 to 107.9 MHz You can store six AM stations and 12 FM stations in the preset buttons. FM1 and FM2 let you store six stations each. Index Table of contents XXPlaying FM/AM RadioXAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in FM/AM mode) X AUDIO MENU Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 1 Audio Menu The A.SEL indicator comes on the display when A.Sel is ON. If you do not like the stations Auto Select has stored, you can change the frequencies stored in the preset buttons manually. Set A.Sel to OFF to restore the previous preset button settings. Audio The following items are available: • Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen. 2 Adjusting the Sound P. 158 • Read Radio Text: Displays the text information broadcast by the current RDS station. 2 Radio Text Display P. 129 • RDS Search: Searches for programmes by RDS category. 2 Searching for Programmes by RDS Category P. 128 • Scan: Scans for stations with a strong signal in the current band and plays a 10second sample. Select Scan again to stop scanning and play the current selection. • A.Sel (Auto Select): When set to ON, scans and automatically stores up to six AM stations and 12 FM stations with a strong signal in the preset buttons. • Tune: Tunes the radio to the frequency you select. Rotate i to select a frequency. 127 Index Table of contents XXPlaying FM/AM RadioXRadio Data System (RDS) Radio Data System (RDS) Provides text data information related to your selected RDS capable FM station. ■ RDS Info Display Press the TITLE button to turn RDS information on or off. When set to ON, the name of the FM station is displayed on the display. When set to OFF, the frequency of the station is displayed. Audio ■ Searching for Programmes by RDS Category H AUDIO button (in FM/AM mode) X AUDIO MENU X RDS Search Search for FM stations with a strong signal that are broadcast the selected RDS category information. 1. Move w or y to select a search method (Seek up, Seek down, Scan). 2. Rotate i to select a category. Press u. X Scanning for stations in that category begins. When an RDS station is found, it begins to play. X If there are no RDS-capable stations in the area, “NOTHING” briefly appears on the display. 128 Index Table of contents XXPlaying FM/AM RadioXRadio Data System (RDS) ■ Radio Text Display H AUDIO button (in FM/AM mode) X AUDIO MENU X Read Radio Text Display the radio text information of the selected RDS station. 1 Radio Text Display The RDS indicator comes on the display when the selected RDS station is broadcasting text data. Audio 129 Index Table of contents Playing XM® Radio Selecting XM Mode 1 Playing XM® Radio 1. Press the XM button. X Press the XM button again, if necessary, to select the channel band (XM1, XM2). 2. Select a channel using the Preset buttons and the bars (SKIP, TUNE, CATEGORY, SCAN/A.SEL). Audio Audio Screen Control H AUDIO button (in XM mode) Control the audio system through the navigation screen. 1. Move e to select the channel band (XM1, XM2). 2. Rotate i to select a preset channel. Press u. X Press and hold u until a beep sounds to store the current channel in a preset button. X Move r to select AUDIO MENU. 2 Audio Menu P. 131 Preset channels 130 You can control the radio using voice commands. 2 Radio Commands P. 221 A visual guide helps you operate the audio system. 2 System Controls P. 4 2 Basic Operation P. 6 X The band and channel are displayed. Channel band d “Display audio screen” In the channel mode, all available channels are selectable. In the category mode, you can select a channel within a category (Jazz, Rock, Classical, etc.). There may be instances when XM® Radio does not broadcast all the data fields (artist name, title). This does not indicate a problem with your audio system. You can store 12 XM stations in the preset buttons. XM1 and XM2 let you store six stations each. XM® Radio display messages will be displayed on the audio screen. 2 XM® Radio Display Messages P. 132 Index Table of contents XXPlaying XM® RadioXAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in XM mode) X AUDIO MENU Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Audio The following items are available: • Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen. 2 Adjusting the Sound P. 158 • Mode: Sets CH (channel mode) or CAT (category mode) scan mode. • Channel List: Displays the list of available channels. Scroll the list to select a channel. • Channel Scan: Scans for channels with a strong signal in the current band and plays a 10-second sample. Select Channel Scan again to stop scanning and play the current selection. • Category Scan: Scans for channels with a strong signal in the selected category in the current band and plays a 10-second sample. Select Category Scan again to stop scanning and play the current selection. • Tune: Tunes to the channel you select. Rotate i to select a channel. 131 Index Table of contents XXPlaying XM® RadioXXM® Radio Service XM® Radio Service ■ Subscribing to XM® Radio 1 Subscribing to XM® Radio Contact Information for XM® Radio: 1. You need your radio ID ready before registering for subscription. X To see the ID in the display, press the n (TUNE) bar while in XM mode until “0” appears in the centre display. Audio 2. Have your radio ID and credit card number ready, and either call XM or visit the XM website to subscribe. ■ Receiving XM® Radio Press the XM button and stay in this mode for about 30 minutes until the service is activated. Make sure your vehicle is in an open area with good reception. ■ XM® Radio Display Messages LOADING: XM is loading the audio or programme information. Canada: XM Canada at www.xmradio.ca, or (877) 209-0079 1 Receiving XM® Radio The XM satellites are in orbit over the equator; therefore, objects south of the vehicle may cause satellite reception interruptions. Satellite signals are more likely to be blocked by tall buildings and mountains the farther north you travel from the equator. OFF AIR: The channel is not currently broadcasting. You may experience reception problems under the following circumstances: UPDATING: The encryption code is being updated. Channels 0 and 1 still work normally. • In a location with an obstruction to the south NO SIGNAL: The signal is too weak in the current location. • In tunnels • On the lower level of a multi-tiered road • Large items are carried on the roof rack --------: No such channel exists, the channel is not part of your subscription, or the artist or title information is not available. CHECK ANTENNA: There is a problem with the XM antenna. Contact a dealer. 132 U.S.: XM® Radio at www.siriusxm.com, or (800) 852-9696 of your vehicle Index Table of contents Playing a Disc Selecting Disc Mode 1. Press the DISC button to play a CD or other disc. 1 Playing a Disc d “Display audio screen” 2. Insert a disc into the disc slot. X The disc automatically begins playing. 3. Select a track using the bars (SKIP, TUNE, CATEGORY, SCAN/A.SEL). Audio Screen Control H AUDIO button (in DISC mode) Control the audio system through the navigation screen. Disc mode Rotate i to select a track. Press u. XMove e to select FOLDERS to display the list of folders on MP3/ WMA/AAC discs having a folder structure. 2 Playing MP3/WMA/AAC Discs P. 135 XMove r to select AUDIO MENU to display the Audio Menu. 2 Audio Menu P. 134 A visual guide helps you operate the audio system. 2 System Controls P. 4 2 Basic Operation P. 6 Do not use discs with adhesive labels. The label can cause the disc to jam in the unit. Audio X The track number and elapsed time are displayed on the display. Title information for audio CDs is displayed if found in the Gracenote® Album Info (Gracenote® Media Database) stored on the built-in hard disc drive (HDD). Text information stored on MP3/WMA/AAC discs is also displayed. You can control the disc using voice commands. 2 Disc Commands P. 222 WMA and AAC tracks protected by digital rights management (DRM) cannot be played. The audio system displays “Unplayable File,” then skips to the next track. If there is a problem, you may see an error message on the display. 2 Error Messages P. 200 If you eject the disc but do not remove it from the slot, the system reloads the disc automatically after several seconds. Pausing a Disc Press the preset 1 button. To resume playing the disc, press the button again. Track list 133 Index Table of contents XXPlaying a DiscXAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in DISC mode) X AUDIO MENU Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Audio The following items are available, depending on the type of disc: • Record CD: Records a music CD onto the HDD for playback using HDD Audio. 2 Recording a Music CD to HDD P. 140 • Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen. 2 Adjusting the Sound P. 158 • HDD Setup: Displays menu for setting HDD preferences for recording music CDs and for updating Gracenote® information. 2 Recording a Music CD to HDD P. 140 2 Music Search Setup P. 44 2 Updating Gracenote® Album Info P. 146 • Repeat: 6: Repeats the current track. 7: Repeats all tracks in the current folder. • Random: F: Plays all tracks on the current disc in random order. I: Plays all tracks in the current folder in random order. 134 Index Table of contents XXPlaying a DiscXPlaying MP3/WMA/AAC Discs • Scan: 1: Scans all tracks on the disc (or in the selected folder) in the order they were recorded (stored) and plays a 10-second sample. Select OFF to stop scanning and play the current selection. 2: Scans the first track in each folder on the disc and plays a 10-second sample. Select OFF to stop scanning and play the current selection. 1 Playing MP3/WMA/AAC Discs H AUDIO button (in DISC mode) X FOLDERS Folder List Change the folder on MP3/WMA/AAC discs that have tracks stored in a folder structure. 1. Rotate i to select a folder. Press u. • Any tracks not in a folder are automatically Audio Playing MP3/WMA/AAC Discs added to a “ROOT” folder, which is displayed at the top of the Folder List. • If the root folder has additional folders in a lower layer, they are listed on the screen. X The system displays the track list. 2. Rotate i to select a track. Press u. X The system begins playing the selected track. 135 Index Table of contents XXPlaying a DiscXRecommended Discs Recommended Discs • Use only high-quality CD-R or CD-RW discs labeled for audio use. • Use only CD-R or CD-RW discs on which the recordings are closed. • Play only standard round-shaped discs. • Use DVD-R/RW discs that meet DVD verification standards. The disc packages or jackets should have one of these symbols. Audio Also includes: ■ Recording to HDD • Only standard CD-DA (44.1 kHz, 16 bit stereo PCM digital sound data) discs can be recorded to HDD. • Digital music tracks, such as MP3, WMA, AAC, etc., in CD-R or DVD-R cannot be copied to HDD. Likewise, digital music tracks recorded to HDD cannot be copied to CD-R and DVD-R. ■ Discs with MP3, WMA, or AAC Tracks • Some software files may not allow for audio play or text data display. • Some versions of MP3, WMA, or AAC formats may be unsupported. If an unsupported track is found, the audio unit displays “Unplayable File,” and then skips to the next track. 136 1 Recommended Discs A Dual-disc cannot play on this audio unit. If recorded under certain conditions, a CD-R or CDRW may not play either. Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and the Symbol are registered trademarks & DTS Digital Surround and the DTS logos are trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product includes software. © DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Index Table of contents Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio The Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio function plays tracks from music CDs that have been recorded onto the built-in HDD. You can arrange the tracks in playlists or play the tracks using various search methods. Selecting HDD Mode 1. Press the HDD/AUX button to play tracks stored on the HDD. X The track number and elapsed time are displayed on the display. Title information is displayed if found in the Gracenote® Album Info (Gracenote® Media Database) stored on the HDD. X The HDD has two types of playlists: original playlists and user playlists. An original playlist is automatically created for each album when a music CD is recorded. You can customise up to six user playlists provided on the HDD by adding tracks from your original playlists. d “Display audio screen” You can control the HDD audio using voice commands. 2 HDD Commands P. 222 A visual guide helps you operate the audio system. 2 System Controls P. 4 2 Basic Operation P. 6 Audio 2. Select a track by genre, artist, album, recording date, playlist, or track list. 1 Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio Music tracks recorded on HDD cannot be recorded onto CDs or other devices. Tracks are recorded at four times the playback speed using ultra-efficient compression technology; therefore, sound quality may vary slightly from the original. If the HDD is ever replaced, all music data is lost and cannot be recovered. If there is a problem, you may see an error message on the display. 2 Error Messages P. 200 137 Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXAudio Screen Control Audio Screen Control H AUDIO button (in HDD mode) 1 Audio Screen Control Control the audio screen through the navigation system. HDD mode Rotate i to select a track. Press u. XMove w or y to select ALBUMor ALBUM+ to change albums. Audio XMove e to select MUSIC SEARCH to display the Music Search Menu. 2 Searching for Music P. 142 XMove r to select AUDIO MENU. 2 Audio Menu P. 138 Track list Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in HDD mode) X AUDIO MENU Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 138 Track Options When you press u to select OPTIONS, the following track options are displayed: • Add to Playlist: Adds the current track to a user playlist. • Edit Track Info: Edits artist name and track name. • Delete: Deletes the current track. Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXAudio Menu The following items are available, depending on the type of playlist: • Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen. 2 Adjusting the Sound P. 158 • Repeat 6: Repeats the current track. • Random F: Plays all tracks on the HDD in random order. Audio • Scan 1: Scans all tracks on the HDD in the order they were recorded and plays a 10second sample. Select OFF to stop scanning and play the current selection. • Edit Album (original playlists): Edits album name, artist name, and genre. You can also delete albums. 2 Editing a Playlist or Album P. 143 • Edit Playlist (user playlists): Edits playlist name, artist name, genre, and track order in playlists. You can also delete playlists. 2 Editing a Playlist or Album P. 143 • Edit Track: Edits artist name and track name. You can also delete tracks. 2 Editing Track Information P. 144 • Get Album Info: Gets the original title information for a track in a user playlist from an original playlist. 2 Displaying Music Information P. 145 • HDD Setup: Displays menu for setting preferences for recording music CDs and updating Gracenote® information. 2 Recording a Music CD to HDD P. 140 2 Music Search Setup P. 44 2 Updating Gracenote® Album Info P. 146 139 Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXRecording a Music CD to HDD Recording a Music CD to HDD The songs on music CDs are automatically recorded by factory default to the HDD the first time you play each disc. You can then play the songs directly from the HDD. Recording indicator Recorded Audio Recording Ready to record ■ Stopping Recording 1. Move r to select AUDIO MENU. 2. Rotate i to select Cancel CD Recording. Press u. 1 Recording a Music CD to HDD You can add tracks to user playlists, where you can mix and match tracks from other CDs recorded on the HDD. 2 Editing a Playlist or Album P. 143 2 Editing Track Information P. 144 If you stop the engine or the power system is turned off while recording a CD, there may be pauses between songs when you play back from the HDD. Repeat, random, and scan functions are not available during recording. You can play music from other sources (e.g., XM, HDD, etc.) while recording. Please note that there is no compensation offered in the case of unsuccessful recording of audio data or the loss of audio data due to any cause whatsoever. Clearing the HDD Any music tracks stored on the HDD can be deleted. Select Music on HDD in the Clear Personal Data menu. 2 Clear Personal Data P. 61 140 Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXRecording a Music CD to HDD ■ Recording a CD Manually 1 Recording a CD Manually H AUDIO button (in DISC or HDD mode) X AUDIO MENU X HDD Setup 1. Rotate i to select CD Recording. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select MANUAL. Press u. 4. Move r to select AUDIO MENU. Audio 3. Move r to select RETURN. Music Search Setup Use this feature to set up the music search abilities when using Song By Voice™ (SBV) commands. 2 Music Search Setup P. 61 5. Rotate i to select Record CD. Press u. X During recording, rotate i to select Cancel CD Recording. Press u to cancel. 141 Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXSearching for Music Searching for Music H AUDIO button (in HDD mode) X MUSIC SEARCH Search for music recorded to HDD using six different methods. 1. Rotate i to select a search category. Press u. Albums, Artists, and Tracks display lists in alphabetical order. Record Date displays albums in chronological order. Audio You can also search for music on the HDD through voice commands using SBV. 2 Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV) P. 151 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. X Move w or y to select alphabetical tabs on some screens. X The first track begins playing. 142 1 Searching for Music SHUFFLE ALL TRACKS Move r to select SHUFFLE ALL TRACKS to shuffle the playback of all tracks that have been recorded to HDD. PLAY SELECTED Move r to select PLAY SELECTED to play all the items listed below. Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXEditing a Playlist or Album Editing a Playlist or Album H AUDIO button (in HDD mode) X AUDIO MENU X Edit Album or Edit Playlist Change the playlist name, album name, genre, and track order of the current playlist. You can also delete tracks, playlists, and albums. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 1 Editing a Playlist or Album The maximum number of songs in each of the six user playlists is 999. Adding new songs overwrites the oldest songs. The maximum number of original playlists is 999 with a maximum of 99 songs in each playlist. Each album CD counts as an original playlist. The following items are available, depending on the type of playlist: • Edit Order (user playlists): Select the track to move, and then select the new location. Repeat to move more than one track. Move r to select OK when finished. • Edit Playlist Name (user playlists): Edits playlist name, artist name, and genre. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. Audio Adding a track from a user playlist into the same user playlist will cause the track to appear twice in the playlist. Deleting an album (original playlist) also deletes the album tracks you have stored in any user playlists. Deleting a user playlist or deleting all tracks from a user playlist does not remove the playlist folder. The folder retains the playlist name and artist information. • Edit Album Name (original playlists): Edits album name, artist name, and genre. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. • Delete Track: Deletes the current track. Rotate i to select Yes at the confirmation prompt to delete the current track. • Delete Playlist (user playlists): Deletes the user playlist. Rotate i to select Yes at the confirmation prompt to delete the playlist. • Delete Album (original playlists): Deletes the original playlist. Rotate i to select Yes at the confirmation prompt to delete the album. • Add to Playlist: Adds the current track to a user playlist. 143 Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXEditing Track Information Editing Track Information H AUDIO button (in HDD mode) X AUDIO MENU X Edit Track Change the album name, track title, artist name, and genre. You can also delete tracks. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Audio The following items are available: • Edit Track Name: Edits track name and artist name. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. • Delete Track: Deletes the current track. Rotate i to select Yes at the confirmation prompt to delete the current track. 144 Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXDisplaying Music Information Displaying Music Information H AUDIO button (in HDD mode) X AUDIO MENU X Get Album Info Display the music information (album name, artist name, genre) for an album (original playlist). XGracenote® searches for the information of the currently selected album (original playlist). Audio Rotate i to select an album. Press u. XThe information is displayed. 145 Index Table of contents XXPlaying Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioXUpdating Gracenote® Album Info Updating Gracenote® Album Info H AUDIO button (in HDD or DISC mode) X AUDIO MENU X HDD Setup Update the Gracenote® Album Info (Gracenote® Media Database) that is included with the navigation system. Remaining capacity Maximum capacity 1. Insert the update disc into the disc slot or connect the USB flash drive that includes the update. Audio 2. Rotate i to select Update Gracenote Info. Press u. 3. Rotate i to select USB or Disc update source media. Press u. Gracenote version number 4. Rotate i to select Yes on the confirmation screen. Press u. X The system updates the Gracenote information. 5. Rotate i to select OK on the confirmation screen. Press u. 146 1 Updating Gracenote® Album Info To acquire updated files: • Consult a dealer. • Canada: Visit www.acura.ca. Once you perform an update, any information you edited before will be overwritten or erased. Index Table of contents Playing an iPod® 1 Connecting an iPod® ■ Connecting an iPod® • Do not use an extension cable with the USB adapter cable. • Do not connect your iPod® using a hub. • Do not use a device such as a card reader or hard disk drive, as the device or your tracks may be damaged. using the device in your vehicle. • Displayed messages may vary depending on Audio • We recommend backing up your data before the device model and software version. 1. Unclip the USB connector in the front console and loosen the adapter cable. 2. Install the iPod® dock connector to the USB connector. Your audio system may not work with all software versions of these devices. If the audio system does not recognize your iPod®, try reconnecting it a few times or reboot the device. ■ Model Compatibility Model iPod (5th generation) iPod classic 80/160G (launched in 2007) iPod classic 120GB (launched in 2008) iPod classic 160GB (launched in 2009) iPod nano (1st to 6th generation*) *launched in 2010 iPod touch (1st to 4th generation*) *launched in 2010 iPhone/iPhone 3G/iPhone 3GS 147 Index Table of contents XXPlaying an iPod®XSelecting iPod® Mode Selecting iPod® Mode 1. Connect the iPod® to the USB adapter cable in the console compartment. 2. Press the HDD/AUX button until you get to iPod® mode. 3. Select a track using the iPod® menu on the screen. X The current track number and total number of tracks are displayed. Audio H AUDIO button (in iPod® mode) Control the audio screen through the navigation system. Rotate i to select a track. Press u. XMove e to select MUSIC SEARCH to change songs in the track list. 2 Searching for Music P. 150 XMove r to select AUDIO MENU. 2 Audio Menu P. 149 Track list 148 d “Display audio screen” You can control the iPod® using voice commands. 2 iPod® Commands P. 223 A visual guide helps you operate the audio system. 2 System Controls P. 4 2 Basic Operation P. 6 Audio Screen Control iPod® mode 1 Playing an iPod® Available operating functions vary on models or versions. Some functions may not be available on the vehicle’s audio system. If there is a problem, you may see an error message on the display. 2 Error Messages P. 200 Index Table of contents XXPlaying an iPod®XAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in iPod® mode) X AUDIO MENU Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Audio The following items are available: • Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen. 2 Adjusting the Sound P. 158 • Music Search Setup: Use this feature to set up the music search abilities when using Song By Voice™ (SBV) commands. 2 Music Search Setup P. 44 • Repeat 6: Repeats the current track. • Shuffle: F: Plays all tracks in the track list in random order. L: Plays all tracks in the track list in random order by albums. Each song in an album is played in the right order and only the order of albums is randomised. • Album Art: Sets whether to display the album artwork on the screen. ON (factory default): Displays the album artwork. OFF: Disable the feature. 149 Index Table of contents XXPlaying an iPod®XSearching for Music Searching for Music H AUDIO button (in iPod® mode) X MUSIC SEARCH Search for music using the iPod® menu. 1. Rotate i to select a search category. Press u. The order of the track list displayed if you select “All” on the iPod® menu varies depending on the iPod® model and software. Audio You can also search for music on the iPod® through voice commands using SBV. 2 Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV) P. 151 SHUFFLE ALL SONGS Move r to select SHUFFLE ALL SONGS to shuffle the playback of all tracks on the iPod®. 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. X The selection begins playing. 150 1 Searching for Music PLAY SELECTED Move r to select PLAY SELECTED to play all the items listed below. Index Table of contents Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV) Use Song By Voice™ (SBV) to search for and play music from your HDD or iPod® device using voice commands. 1. Set Song By Voice to ON in the system setup. 2 Song By Voice™ (SBV) P. 45 X The SBV commands that you can use are displayed on the screen. 3. Say a command. X Example 1: Say d “List Artist ‘Artist A’” to view a list of songs by that artist. Select the desired song to start playing. The SBV voice commands give you more control over the music than the regular iPod® and HDD voice commands. 2 Song By Voice™ Commands P. 223 You can add phonetic modifications of difficult words so that it is easier for SBV to recognize artists, songs, albums, and composers in voice commands. 2 Phonetic Modification P. 46 Audio 2. Say d “Hard Disc Drive Search” or d “iPod Search” to activate the SBV feature for the HDD or iPod®. 1 Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV) SBV may not be able to recognize languages other than English for the artist name, song title, album title, and composers. Once you have cancelled this mode, you need to say d “Hard Disc Drive Search” or d “iPod Search” again to re-activate this mode. X Example 2: Say d “Play Artist ‘Artist A’” to start playing songs by that artist. 4. To cancel SBV mode, press the K (Back) button on the steering wheel or any button on the navigation system interface. The selected song continues playing. 151 Index Table of contents Playing a USB Flash Drive ■ Connecting a USB Flash Drive 1 Connecting a USB Flash Drive • Do not use an extension cable with the USB adapter cable. • Do not connect your USB flash drive using a hub. • Do not use a device such as a card reader or Audio hard disk drive, as the device or your tracks may be damaged. • We recommend backing up your data before using the device in your vehicle. 1. Unclip the USB connector in the front console and loosen the adapter cable. 2. Install the USB flash drive to the USB connector. ■ USB Flash Drives Use a recommended USB flash drive of 256 MB or higher. Some digital audio players may not be compatible. Some USB flash drives (e.g., a device with security lockout) may not work. Some software files may not allow for audio play or text data display. Some versions of MP3, WMA, or AAC formats may be unsupported. 152 1 USB Flash Drives Digital music tracks, such as MP3, WMA, AAC, etc., in USB flash drives cannot be copied to HDD. Likewise, digital music tracks recorded to HDD cannot be copied to USB flash drives. Index Table of contents XXPlaying a USB Flash DriveXSelecting USB Mode Selecting USB Mode 1. Connect the USB flash drive to the USB adapter cable in the console compartment. 2. Press the HDD/AUX button until you get to USB mode. 3. Select a track using skip, scan, folder list, or track list. X The current track number and folder number are displayed on the display. H AUDIO button (in USB mode) You can control the USB flash drive using voice commands. 2 USB Commands P. 222 A visual guide helps you operate the audio system. 2 System Controls P. 4 2 Basic Operation P. 6 Rotate i to select a track. Press u. Tracks on the USB flash drive are played in their stored order. This order may be different from the order displayed on your PC or device. XMove e to select FOLDERS to display the folder list. 2 Playing Tracks in Folders P. 155 The audio system displays “Unplayable File,” and then skips to the next track when the following tracks are played: XMove r to select AUDIO MENU. 2 Audio Menu P. 154 • Tracks in WMA or AAC format protected by Control the audio screen through the navigation system. USB mode d “Display audio screen” Audio Audio Screen Control 1 Playing a USB Flash Drive digital rights management (DRM) • Tracks in unsupported format If there is a problem, you may see an error message on the display. 2 Error Messages P. 200 Track list 153 Index Table of contents XXPlaying a USB Flash DriveXAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in USB mode) X AUDIO MENU Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Audio The following items are available: • Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen. 2 Adjusting the Sound P. 158 • Repeat: 6: Repeats the current track. 7: Repeats all tracks in the current folder. • Random: F: Plays all tracks on the USB flash drive in random order. I: Plays all tracks in the current folder in random order. • Scan: 1: Scans all tracks in the current folder in the order they were stored and plays a 10-second sample. Select OFF to stop scanning and play the current selection. 2: Scans the first track in each folder on the USB flash drive and plays a 10second sample. Select OFF to stop scanning and play the current selection. 154 Index Table of contents XXPlaying a USB Flash DriveXPlaying Tracks in Folders Playing Tracks in Folders H AUDIO button (in USB mode) X FOLDERS 1 Playing Tracks in Folders Change the folder if the tracks are stored in a folder structure. 1. Rotate i to select a folder. Press u. X The system displays the track list. X The system begins playing the selected track. automatically added to a “ROOT” folder, which is displayed at the top of the Folder List. • If the root folder has additional folders in a lower layer, they are listed on the screen. Audio 2. Rotate i to select a track. Press u. Folder List • Any music tracks not in a folder are 155 Index Table of contents Playing Bluetooth® Audio Your audio system allows you to listen to music tracks stored on your Bluetoothcompatible phone. d “Display audio screen” Audio This function is available when the phone is linked to the vehicle’s Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (HFL) system. 2 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® P. 161 You can control the Bluetooth® Audio using voice commands. 2 Bluetooth® Audio Commands P. 223 Selecting Bluetooth® Audio Mode Not all Bluetooth-enabled phones with streaming audio capabilities are compatible. To check if your phone is compatible: 1. Make sure that your phone is on, paired, and linked to HFL. 2 Pairing a Phone P. 164 • Canada: Visit www.handsfreelink.ca. • Call HandsFreeLink customer support at 2. Press the HDD/AUX button to select Bluetooth® Audio mode. X A Bluetooth® message and icon are displayed on the display and screen. 3. If necessary, follow the cell phone operating instructions for playing audio tracks. Check the following if the phone is not recognized: • Another HFL-compatible phone, which is not compatible for Bluetooth® Audio, is already connected. 156 1 Playing Bluetooth® Audio (888) 528-7876. In some provinces, it may be illegal to perform some data device functions while driving. Only one phone can be used with HFL at a time. When there are more than two paired phones in the vehicle, the first paired phone the system finds will be automatically linked. Pressing the TITLE button switches the centre display between the Bluetooth® Audio message and the device name. Index Table of contents XXPlaying Bluetooth® AudioXSwitching to HFL Mode Switching to HFL Mode h (Pick-Up) button 1. If you receive a call when Bluetooth® Audio is playing, press the h (Pick-Up) button on the steering wheel to answer the call. 2 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® P. 162 Audio Screen Control A “NO CONNECT” message may be displayed if: • The phone is not linked to HFL. • The phone is not turned on. • The phone is not in the vehicle. • An incompatible phone is connected. 1 Audio Screen Control The display items may vary depending on the connected device. H AUDIO button (in BT mode) Control the audio screen through the navigation system. Bluetooth® Audio mode If more than one phone is paired to the HFL system, there may be a delay before the system begins to play. Audio j (Hang-Up) button 2. Press the j (Hang-Up) button to end the call, and Bluetooth® Audio is resumed. 1 Playing Bluetooth® Audio Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The pause function may not be available on some devices. The following items are available: • Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen. 2 Adjusting the Sound P. 158 • Resume/Pause: Resumes/pauses play. 157 Index Table of contents Adjusting the Sound H AUDIO button X AUDIO MENU X Sound Setup Adjust the sound bass, treble, fader, and balance. You can also adjust the strength of the sound coming from the centre and subwoofer speakers. In addition, you can set Dolby PL (ProLogic) II and Speed-sensitive Volume Compensation (SVC). 1. Rotate i to select the sound mode to adjust. Press u. Audio 2. Rotate i to adjust the desired level. Press u. X The display returns to the audio screen after a few seconds. You can also use the 8 (Sound) button to adjust the sound. Press the 8 button repeatedly to cycle through the edit modes, displayed on the display. Rotate the VOL 9 knob to adjust the setting. 1 Adjusting the Sound You can check the level on the navigation screen or on the display. When the level reaches the centre, you will see “C” in the display. Fader adjusts the front-to-back strength, while balance adjusts the side-to-side strength. If the fader adjustment is set to the maximum front level, the subwoofer is turned off. If the fader is set to the maximum rear level, the centre speaker is off. Dolby PL II signal processing creates multichannel surround sound from 2-channel stereo audio sources. Dolby ProLogic II is available only in DISC (CD-DA, MP3, WMA, AAC), XM® Radio, AUX (USB, iPod®, AUX, Bluetooth® Audio), and HDD modes. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, ProLogic, MLP Lossless, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. The SVC has four modes: OFF, LOW, MID, and HIGH. SVC adjusts the volume level based on the vehicle speed. The faster you go, the audio volume increases. As you slow down, the audio volume decreases. If you feel the sound is too loud, choose LOW, and vice versa. 158 Index Table of contents Audio Remote Controls Steering Wheel Controls Control basic audio system functions using the controls mounted on the steering wheel. Volume button Mode button 1 MODE Button Press to cycle through: FM1 > FM2 > AM > XM1 > XM2 > DISC > HDD > USB or iPod® > Bluetooth® Audio > AUX > FM1… When in AUX mode, the following are operable from the remote audio controls: • iPod®/USB flash drive connected to the USB Channel button Audio adapter cable • Audio unit plugged into the auxiliary input jack • Bluetooth® Audio (not all phones support this function) ■ VOL (Volume) Button Adjusts the volume. • Press the R (Volume) button to increase the volume. • Press the U (Volume) button to decrease the volume. ■ MODE Button Changes the audio source mode. Continued 159 Index Table of contents XXAudio Remote ControlsXSteering Wheel Controls ■ CH (Channel) Button FM/AM, XM • Press the N (Channel) button to select the next preset station (channel). • Press the B (Channel) button to select the previous preset station (channel). • FM/AM: Press and hold for one second to scan for a station with a strong signal. Audio • XM: Press and hold for one second to skip to the next or previous station (channel) in the current category. DISC, HDD, iPod®, USB, Bluetooth® Audio (on some phones) • Press the N button to skip to the end of the current track. • Press the B button to skip to the beginning of the current track. Press the B button again to go to the beginning of the previous track. • Press and hold to skip forward or backward to the first track of the next folder. 160 Index Table of contents Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® This section describes how to operate Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®. You can place and receive phone calls using your vehicle’s audio system without handling your cell phone. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® ............... 162 Pairing a Phone .................................... 164 Setting Up Speed Dialing...................... 169 Editing User Name and PIN................... 171 Phone Setup ........................................ 172 Making a Call....................................... 174 Receiving a Call .................................... 177 HFL Menus........................................... 178 Text Messages....................................... 181 161 Index Table of contents Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® H PHONE button 1 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Rotate i to select an item. Press u. You can control the HFL system using voice commands. 2 HFL Menus P. 178 To use HFL, you need a Bluetooth-compatible cell phone. For a list of compatible phones, pairing procedures, and special feature capabilities: • Canada: Visit www.handsfreelink.ca. • Call HandsFreeLink customer support at Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® The following items are available: (888) 528-7876. • PHONE SETUP: Move r to set up the HFL features. 2 Pairing a Phone P. 164 2 Setting Up Speed Dialing P. 169 Voice Control Tips • Aim the vents away from the ceiling and close the windows, as noise coming from them may interfere with the microphone. • Call History: Displays the call history. 2 Using Call History P. 176 • Press and release the d (Talk) button before • Phone Book: Displays the cell phone’s imported phonebook. 2 Using the Phonebook P. 175 • If the microphone picks up voices other than • Dial: Makes a call by entering the phone number. 2 Entering a Phone Number P. 175 • Text Message: Displays received text messages list. unread message. 2 Text Messages P. 181 yours, the command may be misinterpreted. is displayed if there is an • Speed Dial 1-3: Makes a call to stored speed dial entries. 2 Using Speed Dial P. 176 • More Speed Dial: Displays more speed dial entries stored in the system. 2 Using Speed Dial P. 176 162 giving a command. Speak clearly and naturally after a beep. 2 Voice Control Operation P. 5 • When HFL is in use, navigation voice commands cannot be recognized. • To change the volume level, use the audio system’s volume knob or the remote audio controls. State or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle. Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®X ■ Help Features Say d “Help” any time to get help or hear a list of commands. 2 Voice Help P. 5 1 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks by Honda Motors Co., Ltd., is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. HFL Limitations An incoming call on HFL will interrupt Bluetooth® Audio when it is playing. Audio will resume when the call is ended. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Certain functions are disabled while the vehicle is moving. 2 Limitations for Manual Operation P. 21 163 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XPairing a Phone Pairing a Phone H PHONE button 1 Pairing a Phone When no Bluetooth-compatible phone has ever been paired to the system, the following screen appears: 1. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u. 2. Put your cell phone in “Discovery” or “Search” mode. 3. Press u to select OK. X The system begins to search for your phone. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 4. Rotate i to select your phone in the list. Press u. Your Bluetooth-compatible phone must be paired to HFL before you can make and receive hands-free calls. You can control the HFL system using voice commands. 2 HFL Menus P. 178 The maximum range between your phone and vehicle is about 30 feet (10 meters). Phone Pairing Tips • You cannot pair your phone while the vehicle is moving. X Select PHONE NOT FOUND? if your phone is not found. • Your phone must be in discovery or search X Refer to your phone manual for instructions on searching for a Bluetooth® device. • Up to six phones can be paired. • Your phone’s battery may drain faster when it 5. Enter the four-digit pass-key on your phone when prompted to complete the pairing process. mode when pairing the phone. Refer to your phone’s manual. is paired to HFL. • If your phone is not ready for pairing or not found by the system within three minutes, the system will time out and returns to idle. • The default pass-key “0000” is used until you change the setting. Pass-Key You can change the pass-key setting. 2 Changing the Pass-key P. 166 164 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XPairing a Phone 1 Pairing from Phone Setup ■ Pairing from Phone Setup If a prompt appears asking to connect to a phone, select No and proceed with step 1. H PHONE button X PHONE SETUP X Connection Use the Phone Setup screen to pair an additional Bluetooth-compatible phone if a phone has been previously paired to the system. 1. Rotate i to select Add New Phone. Press u. Delete a Phone You can delete the paired phone. 2 Deleting a Paired Phone P. 167 2. Put your cell phone in “Discovery” or “Search” mode. 3. Press u to select OK. 4. Rotate i to select your phone in the list. X Select PHONE NOT FOUND? if your phone is not found. X Refer to your phone manual for instructions on searching for a Bluetooth® device. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® X The system begins to search for your phone. 5. Enter the four-digit pass-key on your phone when prompted to complete the pairing process. Continued 165 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XPairing a Phone ■ Changing the Pass-key H PHONE button X PHONE SETUP X Connection 1. Rotate i to select Pass-key. Press u. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: • Random: Uses a randomly generated pass-key. • Fixed: Create your own pass-key (factory default is 0000). 166 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XPairing a Phone 3. If you select Fixed, move w to select DELETE to remove the current pass-key. 4. Enter a new pass-key. Move r to select OK. 1 Deleting a Paired Phone When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, delete all paired phones. H PHONE button X PHONE SETUP X Connection 1. Rotate i to select Delete. Press u. Continued Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® ■ Deleting a Paired Phone 167 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XPairing a Phone Trash icon 2. Rotate i to select a phone to delete. Press u. X The Bluetooth® icon indicates the currently linked phone. X Items to be deleted are indicated with a trash icon. 3. Move r to select OK. 4. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u to delete the device(s). Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Bluetooth® icon ■ Changing the Currently Paired Phone H PHONE button X PHONE SETUP X Connection 1. Rotate i to select Connect. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a phone. Press u. X HFL disconnects the linked phone and starts connecting to another paired phone. 3. Press u to select OK. 168 1 Changing the Currently Paired Phone If no other phones are found or paired when trying to switch to another phone, HFL will inform you that the original phone is linked again. Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XSetting Up Speed Dialing Setting Up Speed Dialing H PHONE button X PHONE SETUP X Edit Speed Dial X Store Speed Dial Create speed dial entries with voice tags for easy calling. 1. Rotate i to select a location in the speed dial list. Press u. 1 Setting Up Speed Dialing You can control the HFL system using voice commands. 2 HFL Menus P. 178 Up to 20 speed dial entries can be stored per user. The first three entries are displayed on the Cellular Phone screen. 3. Follow the prompt to enter a voice tag. Speed dial You can select a “No Entry” field directly from the Cellular Phone screen to store a speed dial number. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 2. Rotate i to select a number entry method. Press u. The following options are available: • Phone Book: Adds a number from the imported phonebook. • Call History: Adds a number from the last 30 numbers. • Dial: Enters a number manually. Continued 169 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XSetting Up Speed Dialing ■ Registering a Voice Tag to a Speed Dial Entry H PHONE button X PHONE SETUP X Edit Speed Dial 1. Rotate i to select Store Voice Tag. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a speed dial entry. Press u. 1 Registering a Voice Tag to a Speed Dial Entry Voice tags allow you to call speed dial entries from any screen by saying d “Dial by voice tag” and the voice tag, followed by d “Dial.” • Avoid using duplicate voice tags. • Avoid using “Home” as a voice tag. • It is easier for HFL to recognize a longer name (e.g., “John Smith” instead of “John”). 1 Deleting a Voice Tag Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 170 1. Rotate i to select Delete Voice Tag. Press u. 3. Follow the prompt to enter a voice tag. 2. Rotate i to select the number you want to delete the voice tag for. Move r to select OK. 1 Deleting a Speed Dial Entry 1. Rotate i to select Delete Speed Dial. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select the entry you want to delete. Move r to select OK. Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XEditing User Name and PIN Editing User Name and PIN H PHONE button X PHONE SETUP X Edit Phone Name/PIN Edit the user name of a paired phone, and protect the phonebook and speed dial entries with a PIN. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 1 Editing User Name and PIN You can control the HFL system using voice commands. 2 HFL Menus P. 178 You can name up to six HFL users. Each can be PIN protected, and have their own phonebook, speed dial entries, and call history. • Name: Enter a name. • PIN: Enter a four-digit PIN. Re-enter to confirm. You can select DO NOT USE PIN to remove a PIN. PIN-protected speed dial Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® The following items are available: 171 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XPhone Setup Phone Setup H PHONE button X PHONE SETUP 1 Phone Setup Set HFL options and features. 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® The following items are available: • Connection: Pairs your phone to the system, connect/disconnect your phone, or changes the pass-key. 2 Pairing a Phone P. 164 • Edit Speed Dial: Stores/deletes the speed dials or edits the voice tag. 2 Setting Up Speed Dialing P. 169 • Edit Phone Name/PIN: Change your phone name or protects the phonebook/ speed dials with a PIN. 2 Editing User Name and PIN P. 171 • Auto Transfer: Sets whether to automatically transfer a call from your phone to HFL when you enter and turn on the vehicle. ON (factory default): Automatically transfers your call to HFL. OFF: Disables the feature. • Auto Answer: Sets whether to automatically answer an incoming call after about 2, 5, or 10 seconds. To disable the feature, select OFF (factory default). 172 You can control the HFL system using voice commands. 2 HFL Menus P. 178 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XPhone Setup • Clear Cellular Phone Information: Clear all paired phones, phonebook entries, speed dials, and pass-keys. • Text Message Notice: Sets whether to give an incoming message notification. ON (factory default): Gives an incoming message notification. OFF: Messages are still received, but without notification. 1 Phone Setup Text Message Notice can be set separately for each paired phone. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 173 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XMaking a Call Making a Call Make calls by entering a number or using the imported phonebook, call history, or speed dial entries. 2 Using the Phonebook P. 175 2 Entering a Phone Number P. 175 2 Using Call History P. 176 2 Using Speed Dial P. 176 1 Making a Call You can control the HFL system using voice commands. 2 HFL Menus P. 178 When you say d “Dial by number” or d “Dial by voice tag” on most screens, the following screen appears: Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Say the phone number or the voice tag (e.g., d “John Smith”), followed by d “Dial.” 2 Registering a Voice Tag to a Speed Dial Entry P. 170 Only one phone can be used with HFL at a time. When there are more than two paired phones in the vehicle, a first paired phone the system finds will be automatically linked. 174 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XMaking a Call ■ Using the Phonebook 1 Using the Phonebook H PHONE button X Phone Book 1. Rotate i to select a name. Press u. X Move w or y to select alphabetical tabs to display the entries in the group. 2. Rotate i to select a number. Press u to begin dialing. H PHONE button X Dial Up to three icons are displayed for each phonebook entry. If there are more than three numbers for an entry, “…” is displayed. Preference Fax Home Car Mobile Voice Work Other 1. Enter a phone number. 2. Move r to select DIAL to begin dialing. Pager This feature is not available on all phones. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® ■ Entering a Phone Number Your phonebook is automatically imported when the phone is paired. 1 Entering a Phone Number A command that consists of several words can be spoken together. For example, say d “123-4567890” at once. Continued 175 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XMaking a Call ■ Using Call History 1 Using Call History H PHONE button X Call History Rotate i to select a call. Press u to begin dialing. The call history only shows the last 20 calls from your phone. XMove w or y to select All, Dial, Receive, Missed to view the call history by category. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 176 ■ Using Speed Dial From the Cellular Phone screen: Rotate i to select one of the three speed dial numbers. Press u to begin dialing. From the Cellular Phone screen: Rotate i to select More Speed Dial. Press u. Rotate i to select a number. Press u to begin dialing. 1 Using Speed Dial To make a call using speed dial, you need to create speed dial entries. 2 Setting Up Speed Dialing P. 169 If the phone is PIN-protected, enter the PIN when prompted. Select OK. PINs are optional. 2 Editing User Name and PIN P. 171 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XReceiving a Call Receiving a Call 1. Press the h (Pick-Up) button to answer a call and display the Calling screen. X “HANDSFREELINK” is also displayed on the display. 2. Press the j (Hang-Up) button to terminate the call. An incoming call notification appears on the screen, and you hear an audible ring tone. If your phone has Call Waiting, press the h button to put the original call on hold and answer the incoming call. To return to the original call, press the h button again. If you want to hang up the original call and answer the new call, press the j button. To change the volume level of HFL, use the audio system volume knob or the steering wheel volume controls. Some phones may send battery, signal strength, and roaming status information to the screen. Phone Book Displays the cell phone’s imported phonebook. 2 Using the Phonebook P. 175 Signal strength Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Call ID Bluetooth indicator Roaming status 1 Receiving a Call Battery level The following options are available during a call: • Dial Tones (available on some phones): Allows you to send numbers or names during a call. This is useful when you call an automated phone system. • Transfer: Allows you to transfer a call from HFL to your phone, or from your phone to HFL. • Mute: Allows you to mute your voice. 177 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XHFL Menus HFL Menus 1 HFL Menus The power mode must be in ACCESSORY or ON to use HFL. You can operate HFL by voice when on the Cellular Phone screen. Below is the flow chart showing available voice commands. To use HFL, you must first pair your Bluetoothcompatible cell phone to the system while the vehicle is parked. Press the h (Pick-Up) button to display the Cellular Phone screen. Press the d (Talk) button each time you give a voice command. “Phone Setup” Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® Pair your phone to the system. “Add New Phone” 2 Pairing a Phone P. 164 “Connect” “Connection” “Disconnect” “Delete” “Pass-key” “Store Voice Tag” Switch from a currently linked phone to another paired phone. 2 Changing the Currently Paired Phone P. 168 Disconnect your paired phone from the system. 2 Changing the Currently Paired Phone P. 168 Delete a previously paired phone. 2 Deleting a Paired Phone P. 167 Set a “fixed” or “random” pass-key code for phone pairing. 2 Changing the Pass-key P. 166 Create a voice tag for a speed dial number. 2 Registering a Voice Tag to a Speed Dial Entry P. 170 “Delete Voice Tag” Delete a voice tag for a speed dial number. “Edit Speed Dial” 2 Setting Up Speed Dialing P. 169 Continued 178 “Store Speed Dial” Select a number from Call History or Phonebook to store as a speed dial number. “Delete Speed Dial” Delete a previously stored speed dial number. Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XHFL Menus “Name” Create a user name for a paired phone. “Edit Phone Name/PIN” 2 Editing User Name and PIN P. 171 “PIN” Create a PIN for a paired phone. Turn the auto transfer on or off. “Auto Transfer On/Off” 2 Phone Setup P. 172 Turn the auto answer on or off. 2 Phone Setup P. 172 “Clear Cellular Phone Delete all paired phones, phonebook entries, speed dials, and pass-keys. 2 Phone Setup P. 172 Information” Turn the text message notification on or off. “Text Message Notice” 2 Phone Setup P. 172 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® “Auto Answer On/Off” Press the h (Pick-Up) button to display the Cellular Phone screen. Press the d (Talk) button each time you give a voice command. “Call History” Display the last 30 incoming, outgoing, or missed calls. 2 Using Call History P. 176 “Phone Book” Display the paired phone’s imported phonebook. 2 Using the Phonebook P. 175 Continued 179 Index Table of contents XXBluetooth® HandsFreeLink®XHFL Menus “Dial” Say a phone number to dial. 2 Entering a Phone Number P. 175 “Dial Tones” “Mute” Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® “Transfer” “Text Message” “More Speed Dial” “Dial” Send numbers or names during a call. Mute your voice during a call. Transfer a call from HFL to your phone, or from your phone to HFL. Display received text messages list. 2 Text Messages P. 184 Display a list of all 20 speed dial entries. 2 Using Speed Dial P. 176 “One” “Speed dial entries” 2 Using Speed Dial P. 176 180 “Two” “Three” The first three on the Cellular Phone screen. Index Table of contents Text Messages If your paired phone is compatible, you can receive and hear text messages and reply to them using fixed reply messages. 2 Pairing a Phone P. 164 If a text message is received, the following screen is displayed. 1. Rotate i to select Read. Press u. X The text message is read aloud. X Select Cancel to check the text message later. 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. You can control the text messages feature using voice commands. 2 Text Message Commands P. 224 To use this function, you need a Bluetooth- and MAP (Message Access Profile)-compatible cell phone. For a list of compatible phones and special feature capabilities: • Canada: Visit www.handsfreelink.ca. • Call HandsFreeLink customer support at (888) 528-7876. If your phone is not capable of this function, a notification appears when you select the text message option. Select Text Message from the Cellular Phone screen to view a list of the 20 most recently received text messages. You can select each one to read, reply, or call back. Certain functions are disabled while the vehicle is moving. 2 Limitations for Manual Operation P. 21 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® X If the phone number of the sender is stored to the Phonebook, the name is displayed. 1 Text Messages The following items are available: • Read: Reads the text message aloud. Select Stop to stop reading. Adjust the volume using the VOL 9 (Volume/Power) knob. Continued 181 Index Table of contents XXText MessagesXHFL Menus • Reply: Replies to the message using a fixed reply message. You cannot create your own messages. 2 Replying to the Message P. 182 • Call: Calls the sender. • Full Message: Displays the entire message body. • PREVIOUS: Displays the previous message. You can set up text message notification when the first message for the paired phone is received. You can change the setting from the Phone Setup screen. 2 Phone Setup P. 172 If you delete a message on the phone, the message is also deleted in the system. If you send a message from the system, the message goes to your phone’s outbox. • NEXT: Displays the next message. ■ Replying to the Message Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® 182 1 Text Messages 1. Rotate i to select the message you want to use. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select Send. Press u. Index Table of contents Other Features This section describes the useful functions incorporated into the navigation system. Calendar ................................................ 184 Calculator .............................................. 186 Unit Conversion ................................... 186 Information Functions .......................... 188 Scenic Road Information ...................... 188 System/Device Information ................... 188 Map Update Status .............................. 189 Roadside Assistance ............................. 189 Key to ZAGAT Ratings.......................... 190 Show Wallpaper................................... 191 Multi-View Rear Camera ...................... 192 183 Index Table of contents Calendar H INFO button X Calendar 1 Calendar Enter events and display reminders each time you start your vehicle. 1. Rotate i to select the day. Press u. You can select the day of the month on the calendar using voice commands (e.g., say d “Five” to select the 5th). Move w or y to scroll through the months of the year. Only one event entry can be stored for each date. Dates with an icon indicate there is a scheduled entry for that date. A maximum of 50 entries can be stored in the calendar. 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. Other Features Active calendar entries are displayed when you start your vehicle after you select OK on the Start Confirmation screen. 2 Start-up P. 20 The following items are available: • Edit Date: Moves the calendar entry to a new date. The display automatically returns to the Schedule screen. • Edit Title: Enter the name of your event. Move r to select OK to return to the Schedule screen. • Edit Message: Enter a message for your event. You can enter a message on two lines using k to change between lines. Move r to select OK to return to the Schedule screen. 184 Entries may be stored in the calendar for 10 years. Index Table of contents XXCalendarX • Message Icon: Select an icon from the list to help identify the type of message. The message icon you choose will be displayed alongside the specified date on the Calendar screen. • Reminder: Sets whether event reminders are displayed each time you start your vehicle. 2 Start-up P. 20 • Delete: Deletes the event. Select Yes on the confirmation screen to remove the event from the calendar. 1 Calendar Message Icons The following icons can be selected: Schedule Time Restaurant Others Call Other Features 185 Index Table of contents Calculator H INFO button X Calculator Use the calculator to make basic calculations and to convert measurement units. Unit Conversion 1 Unit Conversion 1. Enter a numeric value to convert (e.g., 1000). Other Features 186 2. Move r to select UNIT CONVERSION. 3. Rotate i to select the type of unit to convert (e.g., Length). Press u. If you do not enter a value to convert, only “Temperature” units are selectable. Conversions using negative values may produce meaningless or physically impossible values. Index Table of contents XXCalculatorXUnit Conversion 4. Rotate i to select the base unit to convert from (e.g., mm). X The conversion into other units is displayed on the right (e.g., 1000 mm is 39.37 inches). 5. Move y to select CALC. to return to the Calculator screen. Other Features 187 Index Table of contents Information Functions Scenic Road Information H INFO button X Other X Scenic Road Information View a list of scenic roads for each state (U.S. only). 1. Rotate i to select a state. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a scenic road. Press u. 1 Scenic Road Information If you select a scenic road that runs through multiple states, only the portion of the road in the selected state is displayed. You can also set the scenic road as a destination or waypoint. 3. Rotate i to set the place as a destination or add to the destination list. Press u. System/Device Information H INFO button X Other X System/Device Information View database, software, device, and vehicle identification information. Other Features 188 1 System/Device Information You will need this information when ordering a map update. 2 Obtaining a Navigation Update Data P. 211 Index Table of contents XXInformation FunctionsXMap Update Status Map Update Status H INFO button X Map Update Status 1 Map Update Status Check the map data update status when updating the map database. Roadside Assistance This operation is only available during a database update. 2 Obtaining a Navigation Update Data P. 211 1 Roadside Assistance H INFO button X Other X Roadside Assistance Rotate i to select Call. Press u to begin dialing. Other Features Acura Roadside Assistance is provided as a service to Acura clients. Use this feature to call for assistance when a Bluetooth-compatible phone is paired to Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®. Your Bluetooth-compatible phone must be paired to use this feature. 2 Pairing a Phone P. 164 189 Index Table of contents XXInformation FunctionsXKey to ZAGAT Ratings Key to ZAGAT Ratings H INFO button X Other X Key to ZAGAT Rating The ZAGAT® survey for some restaurants is included in the database and displayed when entering a restaurant as a destination. You can view an explanation of the data displayed for the surveyed restaurants. Rotate i to scroll the complete ratings description. 1 Key to ZAGAT Ratings Food, Decor, and Service categories are rated using numbered values (e.g., 0-9, 10-15). Cost is the average cost of a meal, including drink and tip (VE: Very Expensive, E: Expensive, M: Moderate, I: Inexpensive). Symbols, if displayed, indicate additional information: s open on Sunday m open on Monday l open for lunch f serving after 11 PM g no credit card accepted Other Features 190 Index Table of contents XXInformation FunctionsXShow Wallpaper Show Wallpaper H INFO button X Other X Show Wallpaper View the picture currently set as the wallpaper. Press the CANCEL button to return to the previous screen. 1 Show Wallpaper You can change the wallpaper picture. 2 Wallpapers Setting P. 32 Other Features 191 Index Table of contents Multi-View Rear Camera Your vehicle is equipped with a multi-view rear camera. When you shift into Reverse, the rear view is displayed on the navigation system screen. The edge of the bumper and parking guide lines are also displayed. To turn the guide lines on or off, press and hold the CANCEL button for about three seconds. Rotate i to adjust the screen brightness. Multi-View Rear Camera Screen display Bumper Guide lines While the rear view is displayed, press u to switch between WIDE, NORMAL, and TOP DOWN view modes. Approx. 3 m Approx. 2 m Other Features NORMAL TOP DOWN Approx. 50 cm Approx. 1 m Approx. 2 m Approx. 3 m Always keep the camera lens clean and unobstructed. The multi-view rear camera has a lens that makes distances appear different than they actually are. Always take care when reversing, and look behind you for obstacles. Navigation controls are disabled when in Reverse. Adjusting the brightness for the multi-view rear camera display does not affect the brightness for the navigation screen. If you turn the guide lines off, they remain off until you turn them back on. The last used viewing mode is selected the next time you shift into Reverse. However, once the power mode is set to VEHICLE OFF (LOCK), WIDE mode is selected if TOP DOWN view was last used. Approx. 1 m Camera 192 WIDE 1 Multi-View Rear Camera Index Table of contents Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ................................... 194 Map, Voice, Entering Destinations ........ 194 Guidance, Routing ............................... 196 Update, Coverage, Map Errors ............. 198 Display, Accessories.............................. 198 Multi-View Rear Camera ...................... 198 Miscellaneous Questions ...................... 199 Error Messages...................................... 200 Navigation System................................ 200 Disc Player............................................ 201 iPod® .................................................. 202 USB Flash Drive .................................... 203 193 Index Table of contents Troubleshooting Map, Voice, Entering Destinations Problem Solution The Startup Confirmation screen is displayed every time I start the car. This is normal. The Startup Confirmation screen reminds you and your guest drivers to always operate the navigation system in a safe manner. If you do not select OK at startup, voice commands will not work. The navigation system reboots by itself (returns to the opening screen). A reboot can be caused by extreme temperatures or shock from bumpy roads, and does not necessarily indicate a problem. If this happens frequently, please see a dealer. How do I specify a destination when an entered city or • Try entering the street first. Some cities are lumped in with a major metro area. In street could not be found? rural “unverified” areas or new subdivisions, streets may be missing or only partially numbered. • Try selecting the destination directly from the map. 2 Map Input P. 85 Troubleshooting 194 Why do some letters become greyed out when I enter an address? As you enter each letter in an address or a place/landmark, the navigation system looks in the database to see what letters are possible and greys out letters that do not apply. How do I delete Personal Addresses, Previous Destinations, or the Home Address? 1. Press the INFO button. Select Set up > Personal Information to display the types of information. 2. Select the type of address to delete. 3. Select Delete. I cannot hear the navigation system voice. 1. Press the INFO button. Select Set up and check that Volume is not set to OFF. 2 Display and Volume Settings P. 24 2. Select Other > Basic Settings and set Voice Recognition Tutor to ON. 2 Basic Settings P. 26 The voice control system is having difficulty recognizing my voice commands. • Check that the vents are not blowing air onto the microphone on the ceiling, the vehicle is as quiet as possible, and you are using the correct command when speaking. 2 Voice Recognition P. 23 • Say d “Help” on any screen to see a list of the applicable voice commands. I cannot give voice commands. Make sure you selected OK at the Startup Confirmation screen. 2 Start-up P. 20 Index Table of contents XXTroubleshootingXMap, Voice, Entering Destinations Problem Solution To prevent driver distraction, certain onscreen functions and features are limited or inoperable while the vehicle is moving. Use voice commands or pull over to proceed. The navigation system pronunciation of street names in the guidance command or destination address sounds strange. The basic guidance phrases use a studio-recorded voice, but street names are pronounced using a machine-generated voice. Consequently, the name may be mispronounced or sound strange at times. The screen is bright when I drive at night. 1. Check that the night time dashboard brightness control is not set to maximum. 2. Press the INFO button. Select Set up > Other > Colour > Map Colour. Set the Night colour to Black for the best contrast. 2 Switching Display Mode Manually P. 29 The screen is dark when I drive during the day. Press the INFO button. Select Set up > Other > Colour > Map Colour. Set the Day colour to White for the best contrast. 2 Switching Display Mode Manually P. 29 How do I change or remove my PIN? 1. Press the INFO button. Select Set up > Personal Information > PIN Number > GO Home 1 PIN or GO Home 2 PIN or Address Book PIN. 2. Enter your existing PIN. You then have the choice to change or remove the PIN. 2 PIN Numbers P. 42 I have forgotten my PIN. How do I reset the PIN for Home or the PIN for personal addresses? A dealer must reset the PIN for you. Troubleshooting I cannot select an option using the Interface Dial. Why is Call greyed out on the Calculate Route screen? Your phone is not paired to Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® or, if paired, your phone is in use. 195 Index Table of contents XXTroubleshootingXGuidance, Routing Guidance, Routing Problem Solution The navigation system does not route me the same way I would go or the same way as other mapping systems. The navigation system attempts to generate the optimal route. You can change the route preferences used when calculating a route. 2 Changing the Route Preference P. 88 The street I’m on is not shown on the map screen. The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision. You can access the most recent information on the internet. 2 Map Coverage P. 211 Troubleshooting The vehicle position icon is not following the road and • Check that the GPS antenna (located in the dashboard) is not blocked. For best the “GPS icon” text in the upper left hand corner of reception, remove items from the dashboard, such as radar detectors, cell phones, the screen is white or missing. or loose articles. • Metallic tinting or other aftermarket devices can interfere with the GPS reception. Please consult a dealer. 2 GPS System P. 208 The blue highlighted route and voice guidance Your route has entered an unverified area. stopped or turned into a blue/pink dashed line before I 2 Unverified Area Routing P. 50 got to my destination. How do I stop the map from rotating as I drive along? Press the ENTER button to display the Map Menu. Select Map Information > Northup, or say d “Display north-up” to change the map orientation. Sometimes, I cannot select between the North-up and The Heading-up map orientation can only be shown in the lower scales (80 m - 1.6 km Heading-up map orientations. scales). 2 Map Scale and Functions P. 108 The “time to destination” display sometimes increases If your speed reduces due to slower traffic, the navigation system updates the “time to even though I am getting closer to my destination. destination” based on your actual road speed to give you a better estimate of arrival time. The vehicle position icon on the map “lags” a short distance behind, especially when I arrive at an intersection. 196 This is normal. The navigation system is unaware of the width of intersections. Large differences in vehicle position can indicate a temporary loss of the GPS signal. 2 GPS System P. 208 Index Table of contents XXTroubleshootingXGuidance, Routing Problem Solution The screen is showing white dots as I drive along. These dots are called “breadcrumbs.” These are displayed if Off-road Tracking is set to ON and you drive more than 800 m off mapped roads. 2 Off-road Tracking P. 58 How do I remove the white dots (“breadcrumbs”) from my screen? Press the INFO button. Select Set up > Other > Vehicle, and set Off-road Tracking to OFF, then return to the map. 2 Off-road Tracking P. 58 A road that I selected to avoid is being used when routing. When you “draw” your area to avoid, make sure to select sections of roads that include at least one intersection. 2 Avoiding Streets P. 111 My elevation is missing on the “current position” screen. The elevation is only displayed if the GPS antenna can receive signals from at least four satellites. Try moving the vehicle into an open area. The elevation is also not displayed if the calculated elevation is zero or below sea level. Troubleshooting My elevation (shown when I display the current This is normal. The elevation can vary ±100 feet due to GPS calculation errors. position) seems to fluctuate even though my elevation 2 GPS System P. 208 has not changed. 197 Index Table of contents XXTroubleshootingXUpdate, Coverage, Map Errors Update, Coverage, Map Errors Problem Solution My city is not part of a fully verified detailed coverage area. The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision. You can access the most recent information on the internet. 2 Map Coverage P. 211 Does the navigation system work outside North America? The navigation system contains maps for the 50 U.S. states, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. The navigation system will not work in other countries. 2 Map Coverage P. 211 How do I report errors I find in the database? Minor errors are bound to occur in a large database. If you encounter major errors, see 2 Reporting Errors P. 210 Display, Accessories Troubleshooting Problem Multi-View Rear Camera Problem 198 Solution The display appears dim when starting the car in really This is normal. The display will become brighter after a few minutes. cold weather. Solution When I shift gears, the rear camera image display is delayed. This is normal. When shifting into or out of Reverse, you may experience a delay while the screen image switches between the navigation screen and the rear camera image. The rear camera image is too dark or too bright. How do I adjust the brightness? While the camera image is displayed, rotate the Interface Dial to adjust the brightness. This adjustment does not affect the navigation screen brightness settings. Index Table of contents XXTroubleshootingXMiscellaneous Questions Miscellaneous Questions Problem Solution My clock frequently changes forward and backward by The clock setting is automatically updated based on your GPS location. If you live and one hour. work on the boundary between two time zones, you can turn off this feature. 2 Clock Adjustment P. 55 The time zone boundaries are only approximated in the navigation system. Depending on the geography of the time zone boundary, the switch to a different zone can be erratic. 2 Clock Adjustment P. 55 My province does not observe daylight saving time. How do I turn off this feature? Press the INFO button. Select Set up > Other > Clock Adjustment, and set Auto Daylight to OFF. 2 Clock Adjustment P. 55 Daylight saving time has started, but the navigation system did not change time even though Auto Daylight is set to ON. The automatic daylight feature does not work in regions where the daylight saving time system has not been adopted. The navigation system automatic daylight feature is not switching the navigation system clock on the correct dates. Press the INFO button. Select Set up > Other > Clock Adjustment, and set Auto Daylight to ON. Note that the automatic daylight feature does not work in regions where the daylight saving time system has not been adopted. 2 Clock Adjustment P. 55 The navigation system clock switched by one hour for no apparent reason. You may be driving near a time zone boundary. 2 Clock Adjustment P. 55 My battery was disconnected or went dead, and the navigation system is asking for a code. Press and hold the VOL 9 (Volume/Power) button for two seconds. The system should reactivate. If you have installed an aftermarket system, contact a dealer. 2 Entering the Security Code P. 206 How do I change the interface language? Press the INFO button. Select Set up > Other > Language, and set the language to English, Français, or Español. Troubleshooting The clock changes even when I am not driving near a time zone boundary. 199 Index Table of contents Error Messages Navigation System Error Message The display temperature is too high! For protection, the display will shut down. Solution This message appears briefly when the display temperature is too high. The navigation system turns off until the display cools down. The system turns back on automatically when the display cools down. Cannot write to the HDD due to the low temperature. The navigation system has difficulty reading the HDD when the temperature is below Please wait until the system warms up. approximately -30°C (-22°F). The navigation system starts up automatically when the display warms up. Troubleshooting 200 Cannot access the HDD due to low atmospheric pressure. Navigation and HDD audio functions are disabled. The system will restart when atmospheric pressure is OK. The HDD is inoperable due to low atmospheric pressure. Move your vehicle to the place where the atmospheric pressure is high. No alternate route found. No alternative route method was found. The original route method will be used. Ensure that a road name is displayed at the bottom of the map. If the error persists, or is shown for a wide area, see a dealer. Index Table of contents XXError MessagesXDisc Player Disc Player Error Message Cause Solution • Press the E (Eject) button and remove the disc, and check that the error message is cleared. • Check that the disc is not damaged or deformed, and insert the disc again. 2 Recommended Discs P. 136 • If the error message reappears, press the E button, and pull out the disc. • Insert a different disc. If the new disc plays, there is a problem with the first disc. • If the error message repeats, or the disc cannot be removed, contact a dealer. Do not try to force the disc out of the player. Servo error BAD DISC PLEASE CHECK OWNERS MANUAL PUSH EJECT Mechanical error Mech Error Mechanical error Check Disc Focus error Disc violates copyright Disc not supported CHECK DISC LOAD Load error Unplayable File Track format not supported • Current track will be skipped. The next supported track plays automatically. Heat Error High temperature • Turn the audio system off and allow the player to cool down until the error message is cleared. Troubleshooting BAD DISC PLEASE CHECK OWNERS MANUAL 201 Index Table of contents XXError MessagesXiPod® iPod® Error Message Troubleshooting 202 Cause Solution UNSUPPORTED Ver. Appears when an unsupported iPod® is connected. Update the iPod® software to the latest version. CONNECT RETRY Appears when the iPod® cannot be authenticated. Reconnect the iPod®. No Song Appears when there are no tracks Store tracks in the iPod®. in the iPod®. Index Table of contents XXError MessagesXUSB Flash Drive USB Flash Drive Error Message Cause Solution File Error The system cannot read the track(s). Check the tracks in the USB flash drive. There is a possibility that the tracks have been damaged. Unsupported Appears when an unsupported device is connected. If it appears when a supported device is connected, reconnect the device. Unplayable File Appears when the tracks in the USB flash drive are DRM or an unsupported format. This error message appears for about 3 seconds, then plays the next song. No Song Appears when the USB flash drive Save tracks in MP3, WMA, or AAC format in the USB flash drive. is empty or there are no tracks in MP3, WMA, or AAC format in the drive. Troubleshooting 203 Index 204 Table of contents Index Table of contents Reference Information System Initialisation ..............................206 Entering the Security Code....................206 Acquiring GPS Information....................206 Startup Confirmation Screen .................207 Map Matching ......................................207 System Limitations ................................208 GPS System...........................................208 Address Calculation ..............................208 Database ..............................................208 Client Assistance ....................................210 Resolving Problems ...............................210 Reporting Errors ....................................210 Acura Client Relations Contact Information. 210 Visiting a Dealer ................................... 210 Map Coverage ..................................... 211 Obtaining a Navigation Update Data .... 211 Legal Information ................................. 212 Copyrights ........................................... 212 User Agreements ................................. 212 As required by the FCC ........................ 215 205 Index Table of contents System Initialisation The navigation system must be initialised if power to the navigation system is interrupted for any reason (e.g., the battery was disconnected). Entering the Security Code Reference Information 206 Find the navigation system’s security code and serial number label in your Owner’s Manual kit. Do not store the label in your vehicle. If you lose the label, you must first retrieve the serial number, and then obtain the code. You can find out about your serial number and security code from a dealer. 1. Set the power mode to ON, and turn on the audio system. X If you set the power mode to ACCESSORY, you will be requested to enter the security code. See step 3. Acquiring GPS Information Depending on the length of time the power was interrupted, your system may require GPS initialisation. 2. Press and hold the VOL 9 (Volume/ Power) button for more than two seconds. X The system is reactivated when the system’s control unit recognizes that the system is in your vehicle. If the control unit fails to recognize, “ENTER CODE” appears on the navigation screen. 3. Enter the security code. X If you do not enter the security code correctly after 10 tries, leave the system for one hour before trying again, or visit a dealer to have the system reset. If initialisation is not necessary, the system proceeds directly to the Startup Confirmation screen. If the system fails to locate a sufficient number of satellites to locate your position within 10 minutes, the following screen is displayed. Index Table of contents XXSystem InitialisationXStartup Confirmation Screen Startup Confirmation Screen The Startup Confirmation screen is displayed when initialisation has successfully completed. It is displayed every time you start your vehicle. Press u to select OK to continue. If you are experiencing GPS reception problems: 2 GPS System P. 208 Map Matching Map matching is the process of using the acquired GPS information to locate your position on the map screen. If you are on a mapped road, the name of the road is displayed along the bottom of the map screen when map matching is completed. Do not enter a destination until the road name is displayed. Reference Information The system may initially show your location on a different street (e.g., in urban areas where streets are close together), may show an incorrect elevation, or may delay the display of the vehicle position icon at intersections. This is normal; the system will correct itself while you drive. 207 Index Table of contents System Limitations GPS System The signals received from the GPS satellites are extremely weak (less than a millionth of the strength of a local FM station) and require an unobstructed view of the sky. The GPS antenna is located in the dashboard. The signal reception can easily be interrupted or interfered with by the following: • Metallic window tint on the front or side windows Reference Information • Cell phones, PDAs, or other electronic devices docked in a cradle or lying loose on the dashboard • Remote starters or “hidden” vehicle tracking systems mounted near the navigation unit • Audio electronic devices mounted near the navigation unit • Trees, tall buildings, highway overpasses, tunnels, or overhead electrical power wires The GPS is operated by the U.S. Department of Defense. For security reasons, there are certain inaccuracies built into the GPS for which the navigation system must constantly compensate. This 208 can cause occasional positioning errors of up to several hundred feet. Address Calculation The destination icon shows only the approximate location of a destination address. This occurs if the number of possible addresses is different from the number of actual addresses on a block. For example, the address 1425 on a 1400 block with 100 possible addresses (because it is followed by the 1500 block) will be shown a quarter of the way down the block by the system. If there are only 25 actual addresses on the block, the actual location of address 1425 would be at the end of the block. Database The digitised map database reflects conditions as they existed at various points in time before production. Accordingly, your database may contain inaccurate or incomplete data or information due to the passage of time, road construction, changing conditions, or other causes. For example, some places/landmarks may be missing when you search the database because the name was misspelled, the place was improperly categorised, or a place/landmark is not yet in the database. This is also true for police stations, hospitals, and other public institutions. Do not rely on the navigation system if you need law enforcement or hospital services. Always check with local information sources. Index Table of contents XXSystem LimitationsXDatabase In addition, the map database contains verified and unverified areas. Unverified streets may be missing from the map, in the wrong location, or have an incorrect name or address range. A message will warn you if your route includes unverified streets. Exercise additional caution when driving in unverified areas. The database does not include, analyse, process, consider, or reflect any of the following categories of information: • Neighbourhood quality or safety • Pavement characteristics or conditions Every effort has been made to verify that the database is accurate. The number of inaccuracies you experience increases the longer you go without obtaining an updated map database. 2 Obtaining a Navigation Update Data P. 211 We assume no liability for any incident that may result from an error in the programme, or from changed conditions not noted above. • Population density • Emergency, rescue, medical, or other assistance • Construction work, zones, or hazards • Road and lane closures • Legal restrictions (such as vehicular type, weight, load, height, and speed restrictions) Reference Information • Availability or proximity of law enforcement • Road slope or grade • Bridge height, width, weight, or other limits • Traffic facilities safety • Special events 209 Index Table of contents Client Assistance Resolving Problems Reporting Errors If you run into a specific issue that you cannot resolve, consult the following help resources: You can help to improve database accuracy by reporting any errors you encounter. • For navigation system issues: 2 Troubleshooting P. 194 There are also FAQs available online at www.acuranavi.ca. • Report errors in highways and main “verified” roads shown in black on the map at http://mapreporter.navteq.com/ dur-web-external/. • For questions regarding Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®: 2 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® P. 162 • Please do not report errors in purple “unverified” roads. Maps for these areas are provided for reference only. 2 Unverified Area Routing P. 50 Reference Information • For reporting issues with the database or places/landmarks: 2 Reporting Errors P. 210 • Call Acura Client Relations. 2 Acura Client Relations Contact Information P. 210 • Please do not report errors in places/ landmarks, such as changes in business names. Information about points of interest are constantly being updated. An updated database is available for purchase, usually in the fall of each year. 2 Obtaining a Navigation Update Data P. 211 • For vehicle position icon errors, screen error messages, or other GPS-related errors: 2 Troubleshooting P. 194 2 System Limitations P. 208 210 Acura Client Relations Contact Information Acura Navi Acura Client Relations Honda Canada Inc. Telephone: (888) 9-ACURA-9 8:00 am to 7:30 pm Monday to Friday (Eastern time) 180 Honda Boulevard Markham, ON L6C 0H9 E-Mail: [email protected] Visiting a Dealer If you have a question that you cannot resolve using the available help resources, you can consult a dealer. Please identify the specific issue (e.g., error occurs when you enter a specific address, when driving on a certain road, or just when it’s cold) so that the service technician can refer the issue to the factory so that a solution can be found. Be patient, the service technician may be unfamiliar with your specific issue. Index Table of contents XXClient AssistanceXMap Coverage Map Coverage The navigation system provides map coverage for the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Mexico. The map coverage consists of accurately mapped (verified) metropolitan areas and a less accurate (unverified) rural database. Note that unverified areas are constantly being reviewed and converted to verified areas each year. Map coverage update information is available from Acura Client Relations or online at www.acuranavi.ca. Obtaining a Navigation Update Data To find navigation system update information: Acura is continually expanding the scope of the navigation system. Navigation system software upgrades may be made available periodically, usually in the fall of each year. 1. Visit www.acuranavi.ca. 2. Enter your vehicle model and model year. 3. Click Map Coverage to display a list of verified coverage areas on the most recent update. X Adobe® Reader® is required for viewing and printing the Portable Document Format (PDF) documents. To download the latest version of Adobe Reader, visit http:// get.adobe.com/reader/. 1. Obtain your vehicle’s VIN number and the System/Device Information. 2 System/Device Information P. 188 2. Order online at www.acuranavi.ca. Update data is not available from a dealer. However, the dealer may assist you in obtaining an update data for you out of courtesy. There is no programme for free updates. Reference Information 4. Click Map Coverage Details to display a PDF document with a full listing of all coverage areas. To purchase an updated data file: 211 Index Table of contents Legal Information Copyrights • Copyright © 2011 Zagat Survey, LLC. All rights reserved. • © 2011 NAVTEQ All Rights Reserved. • FreeType Portions of the software in this product are copyright 1996 – 2005 The FreeType Project (www.freetype.org). All rights reserved. Licensed under the FreeType Project LICENSE, 2006-Jan-27. (http:// www.freetype.org/FTL.TXT) User Agreements ■ Navigation System User Agreement Reference Information In using this HDD “Satellite Linked Navigation System” (the “HDD”), which includes HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. software, PIONNER CORPORATION software, and NAVTEQ database contents (hereinafter referred to as “Licensers”), you are bound by the terms and conditions set forth below. By using your copy of the HDD, you have expressed your Agreement to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. You should, therefore, make sure that you read and understand the following provisions. If for any reason you do not wish to be bound by the terms of this Agreement, please return the HDD to your dealer. • The HDD may not be copied, duplicated, or otherwise modified, in whole or in part, without the express written permission of the Licensers. • The HDD may not be transferred or sublicensed to any third party for profit, rent or loan, or licenced for reuse in any manner. 212 • The HDD may not be decompiled, reverse engineered or otherwise disassembled, in whole or in part. • The HDD may not be used in a network or by any other manner of simultaneous use in multiple systems. • The HDD is intended solely for personal use (or internal use where the end-user is a business) by the consumer. The HDD is not to be used for commercial purposes. • The Licensers do not guarantee to the client that the functions included in the HDD meet the specific objectives of the user. • Licenser shall not be responsible for any damages caused by the use of the HDD to the actual user or to any third party. • The warranty on the HDD shall not extend to an exchange or refund due to misspelling, omission of letters, or any other cosmetic discrepancy in the contents of the HDD. • The right to use the HDD shall expire either when the user destroys the HDD or software, or when any of the terms of this Agreement are violated and the Licensers exercise the option to revoke the license to use the HDD or software. Index Table of contents XXLegal InformationXUser Agreements • The terms and conditions hereof apply to all subsequent users and owners as well as to the original purchaser. • The logos of oil companies, hotels, convenience stores, and other businesses are displayed for your information and convenience, and in no way imply any sponsorship, approval or endorsement of these companies, or their products. The logos are trademarks of their respective owners. • The use of such marks in this product does not imply any sponsorship, approval, or endorsement by such companies of this product. The user shall indemnify and save harmless the Licensers, and their officers, employees and agents, from and against any claim, demand or action, irrespective of the nature of the cause of the claim, demand or action, alleging loss, costs, expense, damages or injuries (including injuries resulting in death) arising out of the use or possession of the HDD or software. ■ Gracenote Music Recognition Service (CDDB) Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote®. Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information, visit www.gracenote.com. When music is recorded to the HDD from a CD, information such as the recording artist and track name are retrieved from the Gracenote Database and displayed (when available). Gracenote may not contain information for all albums. Gracenote is an internet-based music recognition service that allows artist, album, and track information from CDs to display on the HDD. Gracenote users are allowed 4 free updates a year. More information about Gracenote, its features, and downloads Continued Reference Information • The marks of companies displayed by this product to indicate business locations are the marks of their respective owners. Use, duplication, or disclosure of this HDD by or on behalf of the United States government is subject to “Restricted Rights” as set forth at FAR 52.227-14, -19 or DFARS 252.227-7013, as applicable. Manufacturers are the Licensers, including HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD., 2-1-1 Minami Aoyama Minato-Ku Tokyo 107-8556 JAPAN., PIONEER CORPORATION, 1-1 Shin-ogura, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa 212-0031, Japan., NAVTEQ Corporation, 425 W Randolph St. Chicago, IL 60606, USA. 213 Index Table of contents XXLegal InformationXUser Agreements Reference Information 214 are available at www.acuranavi.com (in U.S.) or www.acuranavi.ca (in Canada). CD and music-related data from Gracenote, Inc., copyright © 2000 to present Gracenote. Gracenote Software, copyright © 2000 to present Gracenote. One or more patents owned by Gracenote apply to this product and service. See the Gracenote website for a non-exhaustive list of applicable Gracenote patents. Gracenote, CDDB, MusicID, MediaVOCS, the Gracenote logo and logotype, and the "Powered by Gracenote" logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Gracenote in the United States and/or other countries. ■ Gracenote® END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT This application or device contains software from Gracenote, Inc. of Emeryville, California (“Gracenote”). The software from Gracenote (the “Gracenote Software”) enables this application to perform disc and/or file identification and obtain music- related information, including name, artist, track, and title information (“Gracenote Data”) from online servers or embedded databases (collectively, “Gracenote Servers”) and to perform other functions. You may use Gracenote Data only by means of the intended End-User functions or this application or device. You agree that you will use Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and Gracenote Servers for your own personal non-commercial use only. You agree not to assign, copy, transfer, or transmit the Gracenote Software or any Gracenote Data to any third party. YOU AGREE NOT TO USE OR EXPLOIT GRACENOTE DATA, THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE, OR GRACENOTE SERVERS, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED HEREIN. You agree that your non-exclusive license to use the Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and Gracenote Servers will terminate if you violate these restrictions. If your license terminates, you agree to cease any and all use of the Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and Gracenote Servers. Gracenote reserves all rights in Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and the Gracenote Servers, including all ownership rights. Under no circumstances will Gracenote become liable for any payment to you for any information that you provide. You agree that Gracenote, Inc. may enforce its rights under this Agreement against you directly in its own name. The Gracenote service uses a unique identifier to track queries for statistical purposes. The purpose of a randomly assigned numeric identifier is to allow the Gracenote service to count queries without knowing anything about who you are. For more information, see the web page for the Gracenote Privacy Policy for the Gracenote service. The Gracenote Software and each item of Gracenote Data are licensed to you “AS IS.” Gracenote makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, regarding the accuracy of any Gracenote Data from in the Gracenote Servers. Gracenote reserves the right to delete data from the Gracenote Servers or to change data categories for any cause that Gracenote Index Table of contents XXLegal InformationXAs required by the FCC deems sufficient. No warranty is made that the Gracenote Software or Gracenote Servers are error-free or that functioning of Gracenote Software or Gracenote Servers will be uninterrupted. Gracenote is not obligated to provide you with new enhanced or additional data types or categories that Gracenote may provide in the future and is free to discontinue its services at any time. This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). 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 this device. This device complies with RSS-310 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference. Reference Information GRACENOTE DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND NONINFRINGEMENT. GRACENOTE DOES NOT WARRANT THE RESULTS THAT WILL BE OBTAINED BY YOUR USE OF THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE OR ANY GRACENOTE SERVER. IN NO CASE WILL GRACENOTE BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR FOR ANY LOST PROFITS OR LOST REVENUES. As required by the FCC copyright © 2000 to present Gracenote 215 Index 216 Table of contents Index Table of contents Voice Commands Voice Commands .................................. 218 Global Commands ............................... 218 Navigation Commands......................... 218 Climate Control Commands................. 220 Audio Commands ................................ 221 Cellular Phone Commands ................... 224 Main Setup Screen Commands ............ 224 On-Screen Commands ......................... 225 Spelling Assistance ............................... 225 217 Index Table of contents Voice Commands Voice Commands 218 Global Commands Navigation Commands The system accepts these commands on any screen. Help (displays commands for current screen) Display map (equivalent to MAP) Display destination (equivalent to DEST/ ROUTE) Display information (equivalent to INFO) Display audio (equivalent to AUDIO) Display phone (equivalent to PHONE) Back (returns to previous screen) Cancel (equivalent to CANCEL) What is today’s date? What time is it? The system accepts these commands on a map/guidance screen. ■ General Commands Display destination (if en route, displays the Route screen) Display navigation (if en route, displays the Route screen) Display map Display map guide (when en route, shows the next guidance point) Display information (or Information) Display audio Display phone Cancel Backward (or Back) What time is it? What is today’s date? Help (reads list of General and Map Display Commands) ■ Map Display Commands Display current location (shows current latitude, longitude, and elevation) Display/Hide (specify icon type): ATM gas station restaurant ZAGAT restaurant post office grocery store lodging (hotel, motel) parking garage parking lot school hospital highway exit information Go home 1 Go home 2 Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXNavigation Commands ■ Map Scale Commands Find nearest (specify place): Auto service center Acura dealer Honda dealer Gas station Hydrogen station Auto parts & electronics shop Auto repair & maintenance shop Car wash & detailing shop Motorcycle dealer Other car dealer Parking garage Parking lot Rental car agency Roadside assistance Banking center ATM Bank Check cashing place Community Business place City hall Civic center Convention center Court house University Library Post office School Emergency room Hospital Police station Veterinarian Lodging Bed & breakfast Hotel Leisure center Amusement park Golf course Historical monument Marina Movie theater Museum Park Performing arts center Sports complex Restaurant ZAGAT restaurant American restaurant Chain restaurant Café shop Californian restaurant Chinese restaurant Continental restaurant Voice Commands Register the current location (stores current location in the Address Book) Display north up Display heading up Display zoom in Display zoom out Display (specify scale): 80 m (1/20 mile) scale 200 m (1/8 mile) scale 400 m (1/4 mile) scale 800 m (1/2 mile) scale 1600 m (1 mile) scale 3 km (2 mile) scale 8 km (5 mile) scale 24 km (15 mile)scale 80 km (50 mile) scale 240 km (150 mile) scale 560 km (350 mile) scale 1600 km (1000 mile) scale Max zoom in Max zoom out ■ Find Place Commands Continued 219 Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXClimate Control Commands Voice Commands 220 Fast food restaurant French restaurant German restaurant Greek restaurant Indian restaurant Italian restaurant Japanese restaurant Korean restaurant Mexican restaurant Seafood restaurant Thai restaurant Vegetarian restaurant Vietnamese restaurant Other restaurant Pizza restaurant Ice cream shop Shopping area Accessory store Book store Clothing store Shoe store Furniture store Grocery store Home improvement store Mall Office supply store Pharmacy Pet food store Sewing store Sporting goods store Toy store Travel center Airport Automobile club Bus station Camping Commuter rail station Ferry terminal Named place Park & ride Rest area Ski area Tourist attraction Tourist information center Train station Travel agency Truck stop ■ Route Commands The system accepts these commands when a route is set. How long to the destination?* How far to the destination?* Display destination map Display entire route * These commands are not available if you scroll through the map while en route to a destination. Climate Control Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. Climate control automatic (maintains selected temperature) Climate control on* Climate control off* Air conditioner on* Air conditioner off* Climate control defrost on* Climate control defrost off* Rear defrost on* Rear defrost off* Climate control fresh air Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXAudio Commands * These commands toggle the function on and off, so the command may not match your intended action. Audio Commands The system accepts these commands on most screens. ■ Radio Commands Audio on* Audio off* Radio on* Radio off* Radio select FM1 Radio select FM2 Radio select AM Radio tune to # FM (#: frequency, e.g., 95.5) Radio tune to # AM (#: frequency, e.g., 1020) Radio seek up Radio seek down Radio next station Radio preset # (#: 1 to 6) Radio FM preset # (#: 1 to 6) Radio FM1 preset # (#: 1 to 6) Radio FM2 preset # (#: 1 to 6) Radio AM preset # (#: 1 to 6) Radio auto select* Radio scan* Radio select XM1 Radio select XM2 XM channel # (#: 0 to 255) XM channel up XM channel down XM category up XM category down XM preset # (#: 1 to 6) XM1 preset # (#: 1 to 6) XM2 preset # (#: 1 to 6) XM scan* XM category scan* XM channel scan* XM category mode XM channel mode * These commands toggle the function on and off, so the command may not match your intended action. NOTE: Radio volume levels cannot be controlled using voice control. Continued Voice Commands Climate control recirculate Climate control sync on* Climate control sync off* Climate control vent Climate control bi-level (vent and floor) Climate control floor Climate control floor and defrost Fan speed up Fan speed down Fan speed # (#: 1 to 7) Driver temperature # degrees (#: 15 to 29 °C) Passenger temperature # degrees (#: 15 to 29 °C) Driver temperature up Driver temperature down Passenger temperature up Passenger temperature down Driver temperature max hot Driver temperature max cold Passenger temperature max hot Passenger temperature max cold 221 Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXAudio Commands ■ Disc Commands DISC play DISC play track # (#: 1 to 30) DISC skip forward DISC skip back DISC track random* DISC track repeat* DISC track scan* DISC folder up DISC folder down DISC folder random* DISC folder repeat* DISC folder scan* DISC normal play (cancels random, repeat, or scan play mode, resumes normal play mode) Voice Commands 222 * These commands toggle the function on and off, so the command may not match your intended action. ■ HDD Commands HDD play HDD play track # (#: 1-30) HDD skip forward HDD skip back HDD album up*1 HDD album down*1 HDD genre up*1 HDD genre down*1 HDD artist up*1 HDD artist down*1 HDD track up HDD track down HDD playlist up*1 HDD playlist down*1 HDD track repeat*2 HDD track scan*1 HDD track random*2 HDD normal play (cancels random, repeat, or scan play mode, resumes normal play mode) *1. These commands are available only in the corresponding playback mode. For example, “Artist” commands are available only in “Artist” mode. *2. These commands toggle the function on and off, so the command may not match your intended action. ■ USB Commands USB play USB play track # (#: 1 to 30) USB skip forward USB skip back USB track random* USB track repeat* USB track scan* USB folder up USB folder down USB folder random* USB folder repeat* USB folder scan* USB normal play (cancels random, repeat, or scan play mode, resumes normal play mode) * These commands toggle the function on and off, so the command may not match your intended action. Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXAudio Commands ■ iPod® Commands iPod play iPod play track # (#: 1-30) iPod skip forward iPod skip back iPod track shuffle* iPod album shuffle* iPod track repeat* iPod normal play (cancels repeat or shuffle play mode, resumes normal play mode) * These commands toggle the function on and off, so the command may not match your intended action. ■ Bluetooth® Audio Commands Bluetooth audio play Bluetooth audio skip forward Bluetooth audio skip back Bluetooth audio pause Bluetooth audio resume Bluetooth audio group up Bluetooth audio group down NOTE: Bluetooth® Audio commands may not work on some phones or Bluetooth® audio devices. ■ AUX Commands AUX play (or Auxiliary play) ■ Song By Voice™ Commands NOTE: Song By Voice™ commands are available for tracks stored on the HDD or iPod®. Voice Commands iPod search (activates Song By Voice™) HDD search (activates Song By Voice™) List album (specify album) List artist (specify artist) List composer (specify composer) List genre (specify genre) List playlist (specify playlist) Play album (specify album) Play artist (specify artist) Play composer (specify composer) Play genre (specify genre) Play playlist (specify playlist) Play song (specify song) What/Who am I listening to? Who is this? What’s playing? Who’s playing? What album is this? 223 Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXCellular Phone Commands Cellular Phone Commands ■ Text Message Commands The system accepts these commands only on the Cellular Phone screen. Redial Call history Phone book Dial Text message More speed dial Phone setup The system accepts these commands on the Inbox Message screen. Reply Call Send Full message Next message Previous message Read* Cancel* These commands can be made from any screen. Dial/call by number Dial/call by voice tag Voice Commands 224 * These commands are accepted when a text message is received. Main Setup Screen Commands The system accepts these commands on the Main Setup screen. Brightness up Brightness down Brightness minimum/min. Brightness maximum/max. Contrast up Contrast down Contrast minimum/min. Contrast maximum/max. Black level up Black level down Black level minimum/min. Black level maximum/max. Volume up Volume down Volume minimum/min. Volume maximum/max. Volume off Interface dial feedback off Interface dial feedback auto Interface dial feedback on Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXOn-Screen Commands On-Screen Commands The system accepts these commands on any screen. There are over 100 on-screen commands. Say what is written on the screen to activate that selection. For lists, you can say the list item number to select that item. Next (or Down) Previous (or Up) Return OK (excluding Startup Confirmation screen) Delete Spelling Assistance NOTE: When selecting letters using the voice control system, a confirmation box may pop up to confirm the entry. ■ Letters Say … Say … or Number … Say … Or say… 1 One A Apple/Alpha 2 Two B Boy/Bravo 3 Three C Charlie 4 Four D Dog/Delta 5 Five E Edward/Echo 6 Six F Frank/Foxtrot 7 Seven G George/Golf 8 Eight H Henry/Hotel 9 Nine I Igloo/India 0 Zero J John/Juliet K King/Kilo L Larry/Lima M Mary/Mike Voice Commands The voice control system can also recognize phonetic alphabet input for numbers, letters, accented letters, punctuation marks, and symbols. ■ Numbers Continued 225 Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXSpelling Assistance Say … Voice Commands 226 Or say… ■ Accented Letters Say … Say … or Symbol … N Nancy/November Û U circumflex O Oscar Ü U umlaut P Paul/Papa Q Queen/Quebec R Robert/Romeo S Sam/Sierra T Tango/Tom U Uncle/Uniform V Victor W William/Whiskey X X-ray Y Yellow/Yankee Z Zebra/Zulu Say … Say … or Symbol … À A grave  A circumflex Ä A umlaut Ç C cedilla È E grave É E acute Ê E circumflex Ë E umlaut Ì I grave Î I circumflex Ï I umlaut Ô O circumflex Ù U grave Index Table of contents XXVoice CommandsXSpelling Assistance ■ Punctuation Marks Say … ■ Symbols Say … or Symbol … Say … Say … Say … or Symbol … > Greater than { Open brace } Close brace k Enter Say … or Symbol … At sign - Hyphen ^ Caret ! Exclamation point * Asterisk “ Double quote _ Underscore # Pound ` Back quote $ Dollar , Comma % Percent . Dot & Ampersand ? Question mark ‘ Apostrophe : Colon ( Open parenthesis ; Semicolon ) Close parenthesis + Plus ~ Tilde / Slash < Less than Voice Commands @ 227 Index Table of contents List of Categories Auto Service All Types Acura Dealers* Acura Roadside Assistance Honda Dealers* Gas Station* Hydrogen Station Auto Parts & Electronics Auto Repair & Maintenance List of Categories 228 Car Wash & Detailing Motorcycle Dealers Other Car Dealers Parking Garage/House Parking Lot Rental Car Agency Roadside Assistance Lodging Hotel/Motel Shopping All Types Mall/Department Store Accessories/Jewelry Office Supplies/Electronics Auto Parts & Electronics Pharmacy/Drug Store Leisure All Types Museum Books/Music/Video Pet Food/Supplies Park/Recreation Area Clothing/Shoes/Bags Sewing/Linen Amusement Park Furniture/Home Furnishing Sporting Goods Golf Course Performing Arts Historical Monument Sports Complex Groceries/Supermarket Toys/Arts/Crafts Marina Tourist Attraction Home Improvement Movie Theater Banking Travel All Types Bank All Types Parking Garage/House Restaurant ATM* Check Cashing/Money Transfer All Types* Ice Cream/Dessert Airport Parking Lot All Types (Zagat Only) Indian Automobile Club Rental Car Agency Community All Types Court House American Italian Bed & Breakfast Rest Area Business Higher Education Chain Japanese Bus Station Ski Area City Hall Library Café/Coffee shop Korean Camping Tourist Attraction Commuter Rail Station Tourist Information Civic/Community Center Post Office Californian Mexican Convention/Exhibition Center School Chinese Pizza Ferry Terminal Train Station Continental Seafood Hotel/Motel Travel Agency Emergency All Types Police Station Fast Food Thai Named Place Truck Stop/Plaza Acura Roadside Assistance Roadside Assistance French Vegetarian Park & Ride Hospital* Veterinarian German Vietnamese Greek Other Food * Stored in “My Favorites” by factory default. All Types Bed & Breakfast Index Table of contents Index Symbols K (Back) Button ....................................5, 22 a (Display Mode) Button ...................... 29 j (Hang-Up) Button ................................ 177 h (Pick-Up) Button ..........................177, 178 8 (Sound) Button ............................. 6, 158 d (Talk) Button ......................................5, 22 A B Banking (Place Category) ...........................76 Basic Settings ................................................26 Black Level ....................................................24 Bluetooth® Audio Playing ......................................................156 Voice Commands List ...............................223 Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® ...................161 Editing User Name/PIN ..............................171 Making a Call ...........................................174 Pairing a Phone .........................................164 Receiving a Call .........................................177 Setting Speed Dials ...................................169 Brightness ...............................................24, 29 C Calculator ................................................... 186 Calendar ..................................................... 184 Call ........................................................ 87, 121 Making ..................................................... 174 Receiving .................................................. 177 Call History ................................................. 176 Cancel Route .............................................. 111 Category Editing Address Book ................................. 39 Place Category List ................................... 228 Setting Destination .................................... 76 CATEGORY Bar .............................................. 6 Category Scan ............................................ 131 Cellular Phone Voice Commands List .............................. 224 CH (Channel) Button ................................ 160 Change Language ....................................... 20 Change Province ......................................... 67 Change Route Preference .......................... 88 Channel List ............................................... 131 Channel Scan ............................................. 131 City ................................................................ 68 City Vicinity .................................................. 77 Clear Cellular Phone Information ........... 173 Clear Personal Data .................................... 61 Clock Adjustment ........................................ 55 Adjust Time ................................................ 56 Auto Daylight ............................................. 55 Auto Time Zone ......................................... 55 Resetting .................................................... 56 Colour ........................................................... 27 Map Colour ................................................ 28 Menu Colour .............................................. 28 Index A.SEL (Auto Select) .................................... 127 Acura Client Relations .............................. 210 Add to Address Book ..........................87, 121 Add to Dest. List ..........87, 115, 119, 120, 121 Address Editing Address Book ................................. 39 Editing Avoid Area ..................................... 53 Setting Destination ..................................... 66 Address Book Editing Address Book ................................. 37 Setting Destination ..................................... 71 Address Book PIN ........................................ 42 Adjust Time .................................................. 56 Advanced (Place Category) ........................ 76 Audio ........................................................... 123 Basic Operation ............................................ 6 Control Display ............................................. 7 Remote Control ........................................ 159 Sound Setup ............................................. 158 Voice Commands List ............................... 221 AUDIO Button ................................................ 7 Audio Menu Bluetooth® Audio ....................................157 Disc ...........................................................134 FM/AM Radio ............................................127 HDD ..........................................................138 iPod® ........................................................149 USB Flash Drive .........................................154 XM® Radio ...............................................131 Auto Answer ..............................................172 Auto Daylight ...............................................55 Auto Service (Place Category) ....................76 Auto Time Zone ...........................................55 Auto Transfer .............................................172 AUX Input Jack ..................................................124 Voice Commands List ...............................223 Avoid Streets ..............................................111 229 Index Table of contents XXIndex Community (Place Category) .....................76 Continue Trip .............................................121 Contrast .........................................................24 Coordinate ....................................................83 Correct Vehicle Position ..............................59 Current Location ........................................106 Current Position Editing Address Book .................................39 Setting Destination .....................................85 D Index 230 Day Mode Map Colour ................................................28 Menu Colour ..............................................28 Switching Display Mode .............................29 Delete a Phone ...........................................167 Dest. Menu 1 ................................................64 Dest. Menu 2 ................................................64 DEST/ROUTE Button Changing Route .......................................110 Entering a Destination ................................64 Destination List Adding Waypoint .....................................112 Editing .......................................................116 Destination Map ..........................................89 Detour .........................................................111 Dial ...............................................................175 Dial Tones ...................................................177 Direct Dial ...................................................177 Directions ......................................................98 Disc Playing ......................................................133 Voice Commands List ...............................222 DISC Button ............................................6, 133 Display Voice Command Tips .................... 26 E Edit Album ................................................. 143 Edit Avoid Area ........................................... 52 Edit Phone Name/PIN ............................... 171 Edit Speed Dial .......................................... 169 Edit Track ................................................... 144 Edit Waypoint Search Area ........................ 54 Emergency (Place Category) ...................... 76 ENT Button ..................................................... 8 Error Messages .......................................... 200 Disc Player ................................................ 201 iPod® ....................................................... 202 Navigation System ................................... 200 USB Flash Drive ........................................ 203 Exit Info ........................................................ 99 F Favorite Subcategory .................................. 78 Find Nearest... ............................................ 117 FM/AM Button ....................................... 6, 126 FM/AM Radio Playing ...................................................... 126 Voice Commands List .............................. 221 Folder List Disc ........................................................... 135 USB Flash Drive ........................................ 155 G Get Album Info .......................................... 145 Go Home 1 ................................................... 12 Go Home 1 PIN ............................................ 42 Go Home 2 ................................................... 12 Go Home 2 PIN ............................................ 42 Guidance Menu ........................................... 97 Directions ................................................... 98 Exit Info ...................................................... 99 Guidance Mode ........................................ 100 Guidance Mode ......................................... 100 H HDD Playing ...................................................... 137 Voice Commands List ............................... 222 HDD Setup Disc ........................................................... 134 HDD .......................................................... 139 HDD/AUX Button ...........6, 137, 148, 153, 156 Heading-up ................................................ 105 Home Address 1 ..................................... 12, 41 Home Address 2 ..................................... 12, 41 I Icon Option ................................................ 104 Interface Dial ................................................. 8 Interface Dial Feedback .............................. 25 Intersection .................................................. 84 iPod® Connecting, Disconnecting .............. 147, 152 Playing ...................................................... 147 Voice Commands List ............................... 223 Index Table of contents XXIndex K Key to ZAGAT Ratings .............................. 190 L Language ...................................................... 31 Leisure (Place Category) ............................. 76 Lodging (Place Category) ........................... 76 M N Night Mode Map Colour ................................................28 Menu Colour ..............................................28 Switching Display Mode .............................29 North-up .....................................................105 O Off-road Tracking Driving ........................................................93 Setting ........................................................58 P Pair Phone ...................................................164 Pass-Key .......................................................166 Personal Information ..................................36 Phone Setup ...............................................162 Phonebook Making a Call ...........................................175 PIN Numbers .................................................42 Place Category Editing Address Book ................................. 39 Place Category List ................................... 228 Setting Destination .................................... 76 Place Name Editing Address Book ................................. 39 Setting Destination .............................. 73, 77 Place Phone No. Editing Address Book ................................. 39 Setting Destination .................................... 80 Postal Code .................................................. 67 Preset Buttons ............................................... 6 Previous Destinations Deleting ...................................................... 43 Editing Address Book ................................. 39 Setting Destination .................................... 72 R Radio FM/AM ..................................................... 126 XM® ........................................................ 130 Random Disc ........................................................... 134 HDD ......................................................... 139 Pass-Key ................................................... 166 USB Flash Drive ........................................ 154 RDS Search ................................................. 128 Read Radio Text ........................................ 129 Rearview Camera ...................................... 192 Recalculation ......................................... 49, 92 Record CD ................................................... 141 Reminder .............................................. 21, 185 Index Map Colour .................................................. 28 Map Information ....................................... 102 Map Input Editing Avoid Area ..................................... 53 Setting Destination ..................................... 85 Map Legend .........................................10, 107 Map Menu .................................................... 95 Map Screen ................................................... 90 Icon .............................................10, 103, 109 Orientation ............................................... 105 Scale ......................................................... 108 Map Update status Checking Version ..................................... 188 Obtaining Update Data ............................ 211 Viewing Update Status ............................. 189 MAP/GUIDE Button .............................11, 100 Menu (Dest. Menu 1) .................................. 64 Menu (Dest. Menu 2) .................................. 64 Menu (Route) ............................................. 110 Menu Colour ................................................ 28 Message Text Messages .......................................... 181 Mode ........................................................... 131 MODE Button .............................................159 More Speed Dial ........................................162 Music Search HDD ..........................................................142 iPod® ........................................................150 Phonetic Modification ................................46 Song By Voice .....................................45, 151 Music Search Setup ......................................44 Mute ............................................................177 231 Index Table of contents XXIndex Repeat Disc ...........................................................134 HDD ..........................................................139 iPod® ........................................................149 USB Flash Drive .........................................154 Rerouting ......................................................49 Reset Clock Settings ....................................56 Reset Factory Default ..................................60 Restaurant (Place Category) .......................76 Roadside Assistance ...................................189 Route (Menu) .............................................110 Route Pref. ....................................................88 Routing & Guidance ....................................48 S Index 232 Scan Disc ...........................................................135 FM/AM Radio ............................................127 HDD ..........................................................139 USB Flash Drive .........................................154 SCAN/A.SEL Bar ..............................................6 Scenic Road Information ..........................188 Schedule Calendar ...................................................184 Search a Next Connected Phone .............168 Search Along ..............................................113 Search Around ............................................113 Search by Keyword ......................................77 Search Phonebook .....................................175 Security PIN Code .......................................206 Shopping (Place Category) .........................76 Show Icon on Map .....................................103 Show Wallpaper .........................................191 Shuffle .........................................................149 Single Screen .............................................. 100 SKIP Bar .......................................................... 6 Song By Voice Searching Music ....................................... 151 Setting ........................................................ 45 Voice Commands List .............................. 223 Sort by Distance to Travel .......................... 77 Sound Setup ............................................... 158 Speed Dial Making a Call ........................................... 176 Registering ............................................... 169 Split Screen ................................................ 101 Street ............................................................ 69 System/Device Information ...................... 188 T Text Message Receiving .................................................. 181 Replying ................................................... 182 Text Message Notice ................................. 173 TITLE Button .................................................. 6 Transfer ...................................................... 177 Travel (Place Category) .............................. 76 Tune FM/AM Radio ........................................... 127 XM® Radio .............................................. 131 TUNE Bar ........................................................ 6 U Unit Conversion ......................................... 186 Units (mile or km) ....................................... 26 Unverified Area Routing ............................ 50 Update Gracenote Info ............................ 146 Update System Software Finding Update Information ..................... 211 Obtaining Update Data ............................ 211 USB Flash Drive Connecting, Disconnecting .............. 147, 152 Playing ...................................................... 152 Voice Commands List ............................... 222 V Vehicle .......................................................... 57 Correct Vehicle Position ............................. 59 Off-road Tracking ....................................... 58 Verbal Reminder .......................................... 26 View Area Map ............................................ 52 View Routes ................................................. 88 Voice .............................................................. 94 Voice Commands Basic Operation ............................................ 9 Help Info ....................................................... 5 Voice Commands List ............................... 218 Voice Control System ................................. 22 Voice Control Operation Basic Operation ............................................ 5 Voice Recognition Tutor ............................ 26 Voice Tag .................................................... 170 VOL (Volume) Button ............................... 159 VOL 9 (Volume/Power) Knob .................... 6 Volume .......................................................... 24 W Wallpapers Setting Deleting, Importing, Setting ....................... 32 Viewing .................................................... 191 Index Table of contents XXIndex Waypoint Adding ...................................................... 112 Deleting, Ordering .................................... 116 X XM Button ..............................................6, 130 XM® Radio Playing ...................................................... 130 Voice Commands List ............................... 221 Z ZAGAT Displaying Review ...........................73, 78, 81 Setting Destination ..................................... 80 Index 233