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[ UK ] Table of contents

1

Introductions -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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1.1

About this manual ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

55

1.2

Legal notice -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

55

1.3

Customer service -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

55

2

Prior to commissioning -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

58

2.1

Package contents ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

58

2.2

Initializing the device ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

58

2.3

Turning the device on and off, Reset ---------------------------------------------------------------------

62

2.4

Navigation with GPS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

63

2.5

Important safety information ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

63

3

Operating the Navigation Software ------------------------------------------------------------------

65

3.1

Volume ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

65

3.2

Information --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

65

3.3

Software keyboard -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

66

3.4

Lists ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

66

3.5

Options ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

66

3.6

Menus -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

66

 

4

Navigation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

67

 

4.1

Starting P´9611 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

67

 

4.2

Specifying a new destination ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

68

 

4.3

Select a stored destination --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70

 

4.4

Navigation homewards ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71

 

4.5

Determining a destination on the map --------------------------------------------------------------------

71

 

4.6

POI on your route -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71

 

4.7

Starting navigation -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

72

 

5

Destination management ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

73

 

6

Routes with various stages --------------------------------------------------------------------------

74

 

6.1

Planning routes ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

74

 

6.2

Managing routes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

75

 

6.3

Navigation ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

75

 

7

Options -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

77

 

8

Working with the map --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

79

 

8.1

Maps --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

79

 

8.2

Map in Preview mode --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

79

 

8.3

Map in Navigation mode -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

80

The crossed-throughwheely bin symbol means that, within the European Union, the product must

8.4

Map in Destination search mode --------------------------------------------------------------------------

81

be disposed of at a recycling center. This applies both to the product itself, and to all accessories

 

 

 

that carry this symbol. This product may not be disposed of with unsorted household waste.

9

Useful functions ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

83

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9.1

GPS status, store current location ------------------------------------------------------------------------

83

9.2

TMC [ Traffic information ] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

83

9.3

TMC Settings -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

83

10

Configuring P´9611 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

85

11

MP3 Player ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

86

11.1

MP3 settings ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

87

12

Hands-freeModule------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

87

12.1

Connecting to a telephone --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

87

12.2

Receiving a call ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

88

12.3

Dialing -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

88

12.4

During a conversation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

88

12.5

Phone book -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

89

12.6

Recent calls -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

89

12.7

Configuring the hands-freemodule-----------------------------------------------------------------------

89

12.8

Configuring a connection to a mobile phone ------------------------------------------------------------

90

13

Appendix -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

92

13.1

Technical data ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

92

13.2

Restoring the contents of the memory card -------------------------------------------------------------

92

13.3

Terms of guarantee ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

92

13.4

Terms of licence --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

94

14

Index ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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01 Introductions

By purchasing the P´9611 navigation system, you have chosen the functional combination of quality and design. The P´9611 has been conceived by designers and rigorously developed by engineers. Every part has been carefully tested and subjected to NAVIGON AG’s strict and continuous quality control. However, the service life of the device lies partially in your hands. For this reason, we ask you to read this manual carefully and to take note of the instructions contained herein. Thank you.

1.1 About this manual

1.1.1 Symbols

The following symbols refer to specific passages of text:

!Instructions and tips for operating the software i Further detailed information and explanations

!Warnings

1.2 Legal notice

1.2.1 Liability

The software and documentation are subject to change without notice. NAVIGON AG is not liable for the accuracy of the information contained in this manual or for damages resulting from the use of this manual.

To improve the quality of our products and our services, we appreciate any suggestions or notice of defects.

1.2.2 Trademarks

All brands and trademarks mentioned in this document are possibly registered by third parties and are subject to the current legislation and to the rights of their respective owners without reservation. All names of products, societies, or brands mentioned may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Every right that is not explicitly accorded is reserved.

The absence of explicit labelling of registered trademarks does not imply that the brand is not subject to the rights of third party.

Navigon is a registered trademark of NAVIGON AG.

Porsche Design is a registered trademark of PLH | Porsche Lizenzund Handelsges. mbH & Co. KG.

1.3 Customer service

Our service team employees are available via telephone or email in many countries.

You can find additional information at the website under NAVIGON AG [ www.navigon.com] in the “Service & Support” section.

Support via email

Danish: support.dk@navigon.com German: support.de@navigon.com English: support.uk@navigon.com Finnish: support.fin@navigon.com French: support.fr@navigon.com Italian: support.it@navigon.com Dutch: support.nl@navigon.com Norwegian: support.no@navigon.com Swedish: support.se@navigon.com Spanish: support.es@navigon.com

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01 Introductions

Telephone customer service

 

 

 

 

 

 

Country

Telephone

Service times

Costs

Country

Telephone

Service times

Costs

Germany

01805-6284466

Monday to Saturday from

€ 0.14 / min.

U.S.A.

+1-888-8480701

Monday to Friday from

free of charge

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

6 a.m. to 2 p.m. EST

 

Belgium

0900-70016

Monday to Friday from

€ 0.45 / min. + € 0.05 per call

Other countries

+49-221-2888-999

Monday to Friday from

dependent on

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

telephone provider

Denmark

901-31033

Monday to Friday from

DKK 3.00 / min.

! Note: All quoted costs refer to calls made from a landline within the relevant country.

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

 

 

Finland

0600-413414

Monday to Friday from

€ 0.50 / min.

* local time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 9 p.m.*

 

 

 

 

 

France

0891-650065

Monday to Friday from

€ 0.225 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

 

 

Great Britain

0905-8480701

Monday to Friday from

GBP 0.25 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 a.m. to 7 p.m.*

 

 

 

 

 

Italy

166-205301

Monday to Friday from

€ 0.40 / min. + € 0.09 per call

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

 

 

Netherlands

0900-0400468

Monday to Friday from

€ 0.30 / min. + € 0.045 per call

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

 

 

Norway

820-33050

Monday to Friday from

NOK 3.26 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

 

 

Austria

0820-240437

Monday to Friday from

€ 0.145 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

 

 

Sweden

0900-1001110

Monday to Friday from

SEK 4.00 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

 

 

 

 

 

Switzerland

0848-662544

Monday to Friday from

8 a.m.– 5 p.m.: CHF 0.11 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

5 p.m.–10p.m.: CHF 0.09 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 p.m.– 8 a.m.: CHF 0.06 / min.

 

 

 

 

Spain

807-001205

Monday to Friday from

8 a.m.– 8 p.m.: € 0.356 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CET

+ € 0.104 per call

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8 p.m.– 8 a.m.: € 0.288 / min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+ € 0.104 per call

 

 

 

 

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02 Prior to commissioning

2.1 Package contents

Please check that the contents of the package are complete. If this is not the case, please inform us within 14 days of purchase. The package you have purchased contains:

The P´9611 navigation device

Battery

Car holder

Car charging cable power supply cable for 12 V cigar lighter socket

Mains charger cable

USB cable

[ Pre-installed] SD Memory Card

Manual

Guarantee card

DVD [ files for restoring the SD card and manuals in pdf format ]

Battery compartment cover

2.2 Initializing the device

The following steps are to be carried out before use:

Insert battery

Charge battery

Insert Memory Card

Install the holder in the car

Switch the device on

2.2.1 Insert battery

1.Remove the battery from the packaging.

2.Remove the battery compartment cover.

3.Insert the battery into the battery compartment.

4.Close the battery compartment.

2.2.2 Charging the battery

!Note: the battery is not supplied in a charged state and must be fully charged before it is used for the first time. When charging the battery for the first time, it should remain connected to the power supply for at least 12 hours.

The battery cannot be charged when the device is switched off, or, when the device is connected to a computer, via the USB cable

provided. [6]

1.Slide the adapter connector on the back side into the guide of the mains adapter.

2.Insert the mini USB connector of the mains cable into the power supply socket on the LEFT SIDE of the device.

3.Insert the plug of the mains cable into a mains socket.

Front view

[ 1 ] Hardware keys

Key INCREASE VOLUME

Key DECREASE VOLUME

Key ON / OFF

[ 2 ] Touchscreen

[ 3 ] Display external power supply and Bluetooth display:

The power supply display lights up ORANGE when the device is connected to an external power source.

The Bluetooth display lights up BLUE when the P´9611 has established a Bluetooth connection to a mobile telephone.

Rear view

[ 1 ] Battery compartment cover

[ 2 ] Connection for an external GPS antenna [ optional ]

[ 3 ] Headphone connection

[ 4 ] Reset button

[ 5 ] SD slot

[ 6 ] Power supply connection / USB cable

[1]

[ 2 ] [ 3 ]

[1]

[ 2 ]

[ 3 ]

[ 4 ]

[ 5 ]

[ 6 ]

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[1]

[ 4 ]

[ 5 ]

[ 3 ]

[ 2 ]

Side view left

2.2.3 Insert Memory Card

 

 

1.

Carefully remove the Memory Card from its

[ 1 ]

Locking lever for suction cup

 

packaging, taking care not to touch or soil the

 

 

 

contacts.

[ 2 ]

Suction cup

2.

Hold the Memory Card so that the cut-offedge

 

 

 

is positioned downwards and to the left.

[ 3 ]

Locking lever for ball-and-socketjoint

3.

Carefully push the Memory Card into the card

 

 

 

slot on the LEFT SIDE of the device, until it

[ 4 ]

Headphones jack

 

locks into position.

[ 5 ]

SD slot

 

 

 

 

2.2.4 Removing the Memory Card

 

 

!

Note: all applications must be closed and the

 

 

 

navigation system turned off before the

 

 

 

Memory Card is removed.

 

 

1.

Press lightly against the edge of the SD card

 

 

 

until the catch releases.

 

 

2.

Pull the card out without touching the contacts.

 

 

 

[ Fig. 2 ]

2.2.5 Installing the car holder [ Fig. 3 ]

!Caution ! The car holder must be affixed to the windscreen so that the view out of the windscreen is not restricted.

!Note: before installing the car holder, the windscreen should be thoroughly cleaned with a glass cleaner. The windscreen temperature should not be below 15°C.

1.Place the holder with the suction cup onto the windscreen. [ Fig. 3 ]

2.Press the lever on the suction cup in the direction of the windscreen until it sticks to the windscreen.

3.Place the navigation device into the car holder. [ Fig. 4 ]

4.Press the device against the car holder until it clicks audibly into place.

5.Insert the power supply connector into the cigarette lighter socket.

6.Release the catch for the ball-and-socketjoint. [ Fig. 5 ]

7.Position the holder so that the display can easily be seen. [ Fig. 6 ]

8.Press the catch for the ball-and-socketjoint back in the direction of the device.

9.Insert the mini USB connector of the car charging cable into the power supply socket on the back of the car holder. [ Fig. 7 ]

2.2.6 Switching on the navigation device

1.Press and hold the ON / OFF button for 1.5 sec. [ Fig. 8 ]

2.Select the desired language when prompted to do so.

3.Touch the OK button. The START DISPLAY appears.

4.Touch the NAVIGATION button in the START DISPLAY in order to open the navigation software.

5.Touch the MP3 PLAYER button in the START DISPLAY in order to open the MP3 player.

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

Fig. 3

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Fig. 4

Fig. 5

Fig. 6

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6. Touch the SETTINGS button in the START

 

2.4

Navigation with GPS

DISPLAY in order to adjust the language and

 

GPS is based on a total of 24 satellites that circle the

brightness settings or to calibrate the

 

earth and, in doing so, are constantly transmitting

touchscreen.

 

their position and the current time. The GPS receiver

 

 

receives this data and calculates its own geographi-

 

 

cal position on the basis of the information

2.3 Turning the device on and off, Reset

 

broadcast by the various satellites.

 

 

In order to determine position precisely, it is necessary

General information on switching on and off

 

to obtain the data from at least three satellites. With

In order to minimize battery charge loss while

 

the data from 4 or more satellites, the altitude above

reducing switch-ontime, the device also has a

 

sea level can also be ascertained. Position is accurate

standby mode.

 

within 3 metres.

 

 

Once P´9611 has determined your position, this

Switching on

Fig. 7

position can be used as a starting point for a route

To switch on the device, press and hold the on/off

 

calculation.

button down for 1.5 seconds. The device powers up

 

 

 

within 2 seconds from standby mode, or within 35

 

The map data on your navigation device includes the

seconds from off mode.

 

geographical coordinates of all digitally recorded

 

 

points of interest, streets and places. Using this

Switching off

 

data, the system is able to calculate a route from any

You can switch the device to standby mode by

 

given starting point to a destination.

pressing the on/off button briefly (recommended).

 

The calculation of the current position and its

To switch to off mode, you must press and hold the

 

representation on the map takes place once every

on/off button for 4 seconds. In this mode, the

 

second, so your current position is always shown on

device requires no power, but cannot be charged.

 

the map.

Reset

 

 

 

Should the device show signs of malfunction, then

 

2.5 Important safety information

please carry out a reset. To do this, press the reset

Fig. 8

In your own interest, read the following notices and

button on the back of the device. [page 59] The

 

safety information carefully before starting up your

device will then restart (warmstart). If this does not

 

navigation system.

work, or the malfunction persists, please carry out a

 

 

 

hardware reset (Coldstart). To do this, press and

 

 

 

hold the on/off button for 4 seconds when the

 

2.5.1 Navigation safety information

device is switched on. Wait a few seconds and then

 

Use the navigation system at your own risk.

switch on the device using the on/off button.

 

!

 

! Note: you can get information regarding

 

Caution !

 

 

– To prevent accidents, do not program the

changing individual settings by touching the

 

 

navigation system while driving.

 

 

 

– Only look at the touchscreen when it is safe

HELP button.

 

 

to do so and the traffic situation allows it.

 

 

 

– Traffic regulations have priority over any

 

 

 

instructions from the navigation system.

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– Do not follow the instructions of the

! Note:

navigation system unless the circum-

– only use a moist cloth for cleaning and

stances and the traffic regulations allow

do not use aggressive solvents. The case

you to do so ! Should it be necessary to

of the navigation device may otherwise

deviate from the calculated route, the

be damaged.

navigation system will automatically

– the connector should not be pulled out by

calculate a new route.

the cable as this may damage it !

! Note: should the spoken instructions not be

– do not kink the cable and ensure that it

does not become damaged by sharp

clear, the map and arrow display serves as an

objects.

additional aid to orientation.

 

2.5.2 Safety guidelines when installing in your car

!Caution !

Make sure you do not attach the holder within the deployment zone of the airbag.

When installing the holder, you should ensure that it will not present a safety risk in the event of an accident.

2.5.3 Safety instructions for the navigation device

!Caution !

The navigation device is to be kept dry as it is not water resistant.

Do not lay the cable directly next to safetyrelevant devices and supply lines.

After installation, all safety-relevantsystems in the car should be checked.

When leaving the car, pull the charging cable connector out of the cigarette lighter socket, otherwise the GPS receiver will continually consume power and the car battery could discharge.

Please use only accessories designed for this model.

Please do not expose the device or the battery to temperatures above 60°C.

03 Operating the Navigation Software

3.1 Volume

The volume of the spoken driving instructions from the P´9611 can be adjusted during navigation using the volume control or software as follows.

You have started navigation. The map is in NAVIGATION or DESTINATION SEARCH mode.

1.Touch the

VOLUME button.

The volume bar opens. It contains three buttons for adjusting the volume. LOUDER

QUIETER

VOLUME ON / OFF

2.Touch the

VOLUME button again.

The volume bar closes.

3.2 Information

Symbols located at the top of the screen are used to display information.

GPS

The GPS symbol can show the following GPSreception status:

NO GPS: The built-inGPS receiver is not operational. If this problem persists, consult customer service.

NO SIGNAL (red): Data are being received from less than three satellites. The position cannot be calculated.

GPS READY (grey): Data are being received from at least three satellites. The position can be calculated.

iRefer to chapter “GPS status” on page 83 for detailed information regarding the GPS status.

Energy

The ENERGY symbol can display the following conditions of the built-inbattery:

The device is being supplied by an external power source. The battery is being charged.

The device is being supplied by its internal battery. The battery charge is sufficient.

The device is being supplied by its internal battery. The battery charge is low.

Direction

The DIRECTION symbol shows you in which direction you are currently moving. It can show the following points of the compass: N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW.

TMC [ Traffic information ]

The TMC symbol can display the following TMC states:

NO SYMBOL: The built-inTMC receiver is not operational. If this problem persists, consult customer service.

TUNING (red): The TMC receiver is operational, but cannot find a transmitter that is sending TMC signals.

TMC ON STANDBY (grey): Traffic messages can be received.

iFor details of the TMC functions, please refer to chapter “TMC [ Traffic Information ]”, page 83.

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3.3 Software keyboard

A software keyboard appears at the bottom of the screen when text entries are necessary.

All entries can be made on the software keyboard using your fingertips. Only capital letters can be entered.

When entering the name of a town or street, it is not necessary to enter any special characters or umlauts. P´9611 replaces these characters automatically. If, for example, you are searching for “Würzburg”, then simply enter “WURZBURG”. You need not enter special characters when entering a destination’s town or street name, but they may be helpful for entering names for saved destinations and itineraries.

Special keys

enters a space character.

deletes the character to the left of the cursor.

opens the numeric keypad.

opens the character keyboard.

opens the special character keyboard. As soon as you have entered a special character, the letter keyboard reappears.

3.4 Lists

There are many cases where you have to select an entry from a list. This is the case, for example, when you enter a location.

As soon as you enter the first letter, the largest city in the given country that begins with this letter appears.

As soon as you enter the second letter, a list appears with all locations that begin with the given letters.

If you enter additional letters, the list adapts to your entries. This means that you will always be

presented with entries that begin with the letters entered or entries that contain the entered letters in their name.

To select an entry, proceed as follows:

1.You can move around in the list by means of the UP and

DOWN buttons.

2.Touch the desired entry. The list will close as soon as you have confirmed an entry.

3.5 Options

Some windows have options which lead to additional functions.

For detailed information on the options, please refer to chapter “Options” on page 77.

3.6 Menus

Some buttons have menus which open when activated.

1.Touch a menu button to select its function.

2.Touch the same menu button to close the window again.

04 Navigation

Use navigation system at your own risk.

!Caution ! Please be sure to refer to the safety information in the “Important safety information” chapter on page 62.

Obstructed GPS reception

If GPS reception is hindered, navigation will be interrupted. The navigation software remains active. As soon as GPS signals can be received, the navigation system will determine your current position and navigation can be continued.

Arriving at your destination

When you have reached the specified destination, a message to this effect will be displayed.

Your current position will then be shown on the map by a triangle in green.

4.1 Starting P´9611

1.Switch on the navigation device.

2.Touch the NAVIGATION button in the START SCREEN.

The following message appears:

“Please note that the road traffic regulations have priority over the instructions of the navigation system. Please do not operate the device while driving.”

3.Touch the CANCEL button in order to ignore the message. This will close the navigation software.

4.Otherwise, touch the OK button, in order to accept. The main menu opens.

You can reach any of the navigation software functions via the main window.

Touch the desired button in the bottom margin of the screen:

MP3 PLAYER in order to open the MP3 player.

HANDS-FREEMODULE in order to bring thehands-freemodule into the foreground.

START SCREEN in order to bring the START SCREEN into the foreground.

4.1.1 Initialising the GPS receiver

!Note: It can take up to 30 minutes to initialize the GPS receiver for the first time.

Each time you switch on the receiver after this, the GPS reception will start within one minute. The next initialisation may take up to 30 minutes if the navigation device was not used for a longer period of time, and/or the last destination to which you navigated lies more than 190 miles from your present location.

As soon as the navigation device has been switched on, initialization of the GPS receiver will begin.

In the right-handtop corner of the display, you will see the GPS symbol. As soon as data from at least 3 satellites are received, the symbol changes to

GPS READY (red).

!Note: if the GPS symbol displays GPS READY (red) after considerably less than 20 minutes, it is advisable to switch off the receiver for at least 15 minutes so as to ensure reliable operation.

!Caution ! When leaving the car, the power supply is to be interrupted via the cigar lighter socket. As the GPS receiver requires a constant supply of power, it could drain the vehicle’s battery.

Opening the main menu

Touch the NAVIGATION button in the START SCREEN.

If another window is open, touch the

BACK button until the main window appears.

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04 Navigation

4.2 Specifying a new destination

New destinations for the P´9611 are all destinations that you have not yet navigated, or you have not yet stored.

You can enter an address here, select a special destination, or select a destination from the quick search function.

If you are entering a new destination for the first time, the COVERED COUNTRIES list opens.

Tap on the country in which your destination lies.

4.2.1 Specify destination country

Above the right-handupper corner of the uppermost entry field of the window ADDRESS, POI IN A CITY, and POI OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE, is the COUNTRY button. It shows the country code of the country of which current navigation destinations can be entered.

If your destination is in a different country, then proceed as follows:

1.Touch the COUNTRY button. The COVERED COUNTRIES list opens.

2.Touch the country in which the destination lies. The COVERED COUNTRIES list closes again.

The symbol will display the country code of the destination country.

!Note: only countries which are displayed at least partially can be selected from the current map.

4.2.2 Address of destination

1.In the main menu, touch the NAVIGATE button.

2.Select ENTER AN ADDRESS. The ADDRESS window opens.

3.Enter the name of the town or the postcode.

4.Enter the name of the street. Alternatively, you can enter the name of a well-knownobject, such as “Olympic Stadium” or “Eiffel Tower”.

5.Enter the house number [ optional ].

6.If a house number is not known, the name of a side street can be entered in the field provided, in order to navigate to the intersection of the two streets.

!Note: It is not necessary to enter all the address details.

If you specify the town only, the navigation system will calculate a route to the town center. If you specify the town and street without specifying a house number or side street, the navigation system will calculate a route to the center of the street entered.

7.Touch the START NAVIGATION button. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.

!Note: For detailed information on how to start the navigation system, please refer to chapter “Starting navigation” page 76.

4.2.3 Special destination

Special destinations, also known as to POIs [Points Of Interest] are useful addresses that are catalogued according to particular criteria.

Ports, airports, restaurants, hotels, gas stations, public buildings, and others belong to the special destinations.

Points of interest can be displayed on the map by means of a symbol.

1.In the main menu, touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SETTINGS.

3.Touch POI in order to select which categories are to be displayed on the map.

Special destinations nearby

Special destinations nearby are special destinations that are located within a particular radius of your current location. This means you can always find, for example, the nearest gas station, no matter where you are.

!Note:

The GPS-receptionmust be sufficient for position determination. Suitable GPS

reception is designated by means of the GPS READY (grey) symbol. For detailed

information, please refer to chapter “GPS status” on page 83.

In quick access mode, there are categories of special destinations available from the current vicinity, which can be searched quickly and without additional entry. For detailed information, please refer to chapter “Quick Access Points of Interest” on page 70.

1.In the main menu, touch the NAVIGATE button.

2.Select SEARCH FOR POI.

3.Touch NEARBY. The POI NEARBY window opens.

4.Enter the category of the desired POI. If subcategories exist for the category you have selected, the SUBCATEGORY list will open.

5.Enter the subcategory of the desired POI. The NAME OF THE DESTINATION list opens. It contains the nearest points of interest in the specified category, sorted by distance.

6.Touch the name of the destination.

7.Touch the START NAVIGATION button. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.

i For detailed information on how to start the navigation system, please refer to chapter “Starting navigation” page 72.

Nationwide Points of Interest

Nationwide Points of Interest are airports, places of interest, national monuments, large ports, etc. This enables you to find places of interest, for example, without having to know the name of the location.

1.In the main menu, touch the NAVIGATE button.

2.Select SEARCH FOR POI.

3.Touch NATIONWIDE. The POI OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE window opens.

4.Enter the category of the desired POI. The NAME OF THE DESTINATION list opens. It contains the nearest points of interest in the specified category, sorted by distance.

5.Touch the name of the destination.

6.Touch the START NAVIGATION button. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.

i For detailed information on how to start the navigation system, please refer to chapter “Starting navigation” page 72.

Point of Interest in a given location

Points of Interest in a given location can be useful when navigating in an unfamiliar town.

1.In the main menu, touch the NAVIGATE button.

2.Select SEARCH FOR POI.

3.Touch IN A CITY. The POI IN A CITY window opens.

4.Enter the name of the town or the postcode.

5.Enter the category of the desired POI. If subcategories exist for the category you have selected, the SUBCATEGORY list will open.

6.Enter the subcategory of the desired POI. The NAME OF THE DESTINATION list opens. It contains the special destinations from the specified category, sorted alphabetically.

7.Touch the name of the destination.

8.Touch the START NAVIGATION button. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.

i For detailed information on how to start the navigation system, please refer to chapter “Starting navigation” page 72.

4.2.4 Information about the destination

For many destinations that you specify, there will be further information available stored in the navigation system’s database, e.g., telephone numbers of restaurants.

From one of the destination entry windows described above, proceed as follows:

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1.Touch the

DESTINATION INFO button. The DESTINATION INFO window opens. It contains all information about the specified destination that is stored in the navigation system’s database.

Touch the

SHOW ON MAP button in order to show the destination on the map.

Touch the

button to call the destination directly.

Touch the CANCEL button to close the DESTINATION INFO window.

4.2.5 Quick Access Points of Interest

The quick access system contains three categories of Points of Interest. Destinations in your vicinity that correspond to these categories can be listed quickly without the need for additional entries.

1.In the main menu, touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SETTINGS.

3.Touch POI in order to set which categories are available in the quick access system.

!Note: The GPS reception must be sufficient for

position determination. Suitable GPS reception is designated by means of the GPS READY symbol. For detailed information, please refer

to chapter “GPS status” on page 83.

1.In the main menu, touch the NAVIGATE button. The NAVIGATE menu opens.

The symbols of the categories which have been selected for quick access can be seen in the menu at the bottom.

2.Enter the category of the desired POI. The NAME OF THE DESTINATION list opens. It contains the nearest points of interest in the specified category, sorted by distance.

3.Touch the name of the destination. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.

i For detailed information on how to start the navigation system, please refer to chapter “Starting navigation” page 76.

4.3 Select a stored destination

The following lists of destinations and addresses are available for selection from MY DESTINATIONS in P´9611.

LAST DESTINATIONS: destinations that you have previously navigated to.

FAVORITES: all destinations that you have stored in P´9611.

4.3.1 Last destinations

P´9611 saves the last 30 destinations to which you have navigated, in the LAST DESTINATIONS list.

1.In the main menu, touch the MY DESTINATIONS button.

2.Select LAST DESTINATIONS.

3.Touch your desired destination.

4.Touch the START NAVIGATION button. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.

i For detailed information on how to start the navigation system, please refer to chapter “Starting navigation” page 76.

4.3.2 Favorites

Your favourite destinations can be saved in the FAVORITES list. There is room for up to 500 destinations.

iInformation on how to store a destination can be found in the “Saving a destination” chapter on page 76.

1.In the main menu, touch the MY DESTINATIONS button.

2.Select FAVORITES.

3.Touch your desired destination.

4.Touch the START NAVIGATION button. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.

i For detailed information on how to start the navigation system, please refer to chapter “Starting navigation” page 72.

4.4 Navigation homewards

In P´9611, you can save your address as the home address. You can navigate to your home address by touching a single button.

The first time you tap the TAKE ME HOME button, you will be requested to enter your address.

iFurther information about entering your home address can be found in chapter “Define destination as home address” page 76.

1.In the main menu, touch the TAKE ME HOME button. If you have not entered an address, a pop-upwindow will notify you.

The navigation starts. The route profile of the previous navigation applies.

4.5 Determining the destination on the map

You may indicate a destination directly on the map. In addition to towns and streets, you may also select special destinations quickly.

1.In the main menu, touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SHOW MAP. The map screen opens in DESTINATION SEARCH mode.

3.Touch the point to which you want to navigate. The destination that you have selected appears under the crosshairs.

!Note: Please refer to chapter “Map in Destination search mode” on page 81 for information about how to change the map view so that your destination can easily be seen.

The geographical coordinates of the destination and the corresponding address is shown in the bottom third of the screen.

4.Touch the

OK button. The DESTINATION ON MAP window opens. The detailed address data of the selected destination is displayed in the lefthand upper corner.

5.Touch the TAKE ME THERE button. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.

i For detailed information on how to start the navigation system, please refer to chapter „Starting navigation“ page 76.

4.6 POI on your route

Whilst navigating you can view points of interest

[ that are located on your route ] from three specific categories at any time. This way you can find out quickly, e.g., where the next rest area is. You can then, for example, insert this rest area as an interim destination in your route.

The map is opened in Navigation mode.

1.Press any point on the map.

2.Press on the POI ON YOUR ROUTE button.

The POI ON YOUR ROUTE window opens. It shows from each of the three categories the two next points of interest that are located on or in the vicinity of your route.

The points of interest are arranged according to distance.

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Specifying one of the points of interest as an interim destination

If you wish to drive to one of the displayed points of interest, then press the INTERIM DESTINATION button to the right alongside its entry in the list.

The route is recalculated. The specified point of interest is taken as the next route point.

4.7 Starting navigation

The map is open in PREVIEW mode.

The navigation destination is depicted by a small flag. The route and the estimated trip time is displayed. A so-calledroute profile forms the basis of the route calculation.

Touch the ROUTE PROFILE button if you don’t want to view or change the route profile.

!Note: if you change the route options, these remain valid for subsequent navigation. You can get information regarding the individual route profile settings by clicking on the correspondingHELP button.

No GPS reception

When the received GPS signal is not sufficient, the following message appears: “No GPS signal available at present. Would you like to use the last known position?”

You have the following possibilities:

Touch the OK button. The route will be calculated using the last known position as the starting point. As soon as the GPS reception is sufficient for determining the position, the route will be recalculated and you can begin the navigation.

Touch the CANCEL button. The main menu opens. The destination is now saved to the LAST DESTINATIONS list.

05 Destination management

Every destination that you enter and the destinations from the LAST DESTINATIONS list may be added to the FAVORITES list. This makes sense if you navigate frequently to the same destination.

5.1.1 Saving a destination

1.Enter the destination without pressing the START NAVIGATION button.

2.Touch the OPTIONS button.

3.Select SAVE DESTINATION.

– OR –

1.Select the destination from the LAST DESTINATIONS list, without touching the START NAVIGATION button.

2.Touch the OPTIONS button.

3.Select SAVE AS FAVOURITE.

4.Enter a name for the destination.

5.If you want to define the destination as your home address, touch the

TOGGLE button, so that the YES value is highlighted in black.

6.Touch the SAVE button.

5.1.2 Define destination as home address

You can determine a destination from the FAVORITES list as the home address, in order to enable quick and easy navigation to this address via the main window. In order to do so, touch the TAKE ME HOME button. To save an address as home address, proceed as follows:

1.Select the destination from the FAVORITES list that is to be defined as the home address.

2.Touch the OPTIONS button.

3.Select HOME ADDRESS.

The selected destination has now been saved as your home address. The home address is shown in the FAVORITES list with the house symbol.

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It is possible to plan routes at home without GPS reception, in order to, for example, to plan a vacation route based on a defined route.

6.1 Planning routes

1.In the main window, touch the OPTIONS button. The options list opens.

2.Select ROUTE PLANNING. The ROUTE PLANNING window opens.

6.1.1 Enter the starting point

The starting point of a route is the point at which you want to begin your trip. This can differ from your current location.

The starting point is only important if you want to see a planned route on the map, but currently have no GPS reception or you are not currently at the planned starting point. The starting point that you enter therefore has the flow number “0”.

As soon as you begin navigation, your current location will be used as the basis for the route calculation.

The first stage is therefore the trip to the route stage with the flow number “1”.

1.Touch the SPECIFY STARTING POINT field. The STARTING POINT menu opens.

If you want to enter your current location as the starting point:

2.Tap on the CURRENT POSITION menu point.

If you want to enter a different starting point:

3.Touch the corresponding button.

4.Enter the desired starting point.

5.Touch the SET STARTING POINT button. The selected starting point will now be shown next to the 0 [ Starting point ] button.

Change the starting point

Touch the SPECIFY STARTING POINT field. The STARTING POINT menu opens.

You can now enter a different starting point. Proceed as described above.

6.1.2 Entering route stages

Route stages are points within the route that you want to navigate to.

In front of every route stage is its flow number on a button.

1.Touch the SPECIFY ROUTE POINT field. The ROUTE POINT menu opens.

2.Select the type of destination entry.

3.Enter the route point.

4.Touch the ADD button. The selected route stage will now be shown next to its flow number.

Repeat this step for each additional destination that you want to add to your route.

6.1.3 Editing route stages

Route stages can be deleted from a route. The order of the route stages can be varied as you wish.

!Note: the starting point cannot be moved or deleted.

Touch the route point that is to be edited.

The context menu contains the following buttons:

ROUTE POINT UP: Moves the selected route stage up. [ e.g., route stage 2 will become route stage 1 ]

ROUTE POINT DOWN: Moves the selected route stage down. [ e.g., route point 2 will become route point 3 ]

DELETES the selected route stage. A dialog box prompts you to confirm.

6.2 Managing routes

Each planned route can be saved under a particular name.

!Note: only the route starting points and the route stages will be saved, not the calculated route. If you load a route, you will have to recalculate it.

Stored routes can be loaded, renamed or deleted.

6.2.1 Saving a route

The ROUTE PLANNING window is open. You have entered the starting point and at least one route stage.

1.Touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SAVE ROUTE.

3.Enter the name for the route.

4.Touch the SAVE button.

The destination is now entered into the SAVED ROUTES list.

6.2.2 Loading a route

1.Touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SAVED ROUTES.

3.Touch your desired route.

4.Touch the LOAD ROUTE button. The ROUTE PLANNING window opens. The starting point and the route stages of the loaded route are entered.

6.3 Navigation

In order to simulate a route, the system first has to calculate the route.

6.3.1 Calculating and displaying the route

A route may be calculated and displayed on the map even without GPS reception in order to get an impression of the itinerary.

The ROUTE PLANNING window is open. The starting point and at least one stage have been entered.

1.Touch the SHOW ROUTE button. The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode.The starting point and the route stages are marked by flags. For each stage, the distance and the estimated trip time is given. These data are also given for the entire trip.

6.3.2 Simulating the route

You can also simulate navigation.

!Note: the reception of GPS signals is not necessary for the simulation. Simulation is restricted to routes of max 60 mi.

You have calculated and displayed a route.

1.Touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SIMULATION.

The route will be recalculated for simulation purposes. Simulation starts when calculation has finished.

Ending simulation

You may stop a simulation at any time.

1.Touch the

BACK button. When cancellation of the simulation has been confirmed, the main window opens.

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6.3.3 Starting navigation

You have calculated and displayed a route.

The calculation of a route is based on so-calledroute options. In order to view or change these settings:

1.Touch the ROUTE PROFILE button.

!Note: if you change the route profile, these changes remain valid for subsequent navigation. You can get information regarding changing individual route profiles by touching the correspondingHELP button.

2.Select START NAVIGATION or just commence your journey.

No GPS reception

If the GPS signal is too weak, you have the following options:

Touch the OK button in order to calculate the route using the last known position as the starting point. As soon as the GPS reception is sufficient for determining the position, the route will be recalculated and you can restart the navigation.

Touch the CANCEL button in the list in order to store the destination in the LAST DESTINATIONS list.

07 Options

Some windows have options which lead to additional functions.

1.Touch the OPTIONS button to open the options list.

2.Select the desired option.

3.Touch the OPTIONS button again in order to close the list without selecting an option.

DELETE ALL: Deletes all destinations from the LAST DESTINATIONS list. The list is then empty. The delete process must be confirmed by means of a dialog window.

SAVE AS FAVOURITE: Saves the given destination to the FAVORITES list.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “Saving a destination” on page 73.

SHOW ON MAP: Shows the given address on the map.

SETTINGS: Opens the SETTINGS window in which the navigation system can be configured.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “Configuring P´9611” on page 85.

SAVED ROUTES: Opens a window in which a saved route can be loaded.

GPS STATUS: Opens the GPS STATUS window. Details regarding GPS reception can be viewed here and data regarding the current location can be stored.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “GPS status” on page 83.

HOME ADDRESS: Saves the selected destination as your home address which can then be started via the TAKE ME HOME button.

CALIBRATION: Opens a window in which the touchscreen can be recalibrated, in the event that it becomes imprecise to the touch.

SHOW MAP: Opens the map screen in DESTINATION SEARCH mode. A navigation destination can be determined directly on the map from here.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “Determining the destination on the map” on page 71.

DELETE: Deletes the selected destination from the FAVORITES list or the selected route from the SAVED ROUTES list. The delete process must be confirmed by means of a dialog window.

NEW ROUTE: Deletes the starting point and all route stages from the ROUTE PLANNING window, so that you can plan a new route. The previously planned route should be saved under a different name, if necessary.

PRODUCT INFO: Opens a window in which you can obtain information regarding the installed software as well as the time stored in the navigation system.

SAVE ROUTE: Opens a window in which a planned route can be saved under a particular name.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “Saving a route” on page 75.

ROUTE PLANNING: Opens the ROUTE PLANNING window. Routes can be planned, edited and navigation for a planned route can be started from here.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “Planning routes” on page 74.

ROUTE PROFILE: Opens the ROUTE PROFILE window in which the options for route calculation can be viewed and changed, if necessary.

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SIMULATION: Simulates navigation based on the displayed route. Simulation can only be carried out for routes of max. 100 km. GPS reception is not required for simulation.

TRAFFIC: Opens the TRAFFIC INFORMATION window, in which pending reports can be listed.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “TMC [ Traffic information ]”, page 83.

STORE A VOICE COMMAND: Opens a window in which a voice command for the selected destination can be given to the device, when prompted. This means that navigation to the destination can always be started “on command”.

RENAME: Opens a window in which you can change the name of the selected destination or route.

FACTORY SETTINGS: Opens a window in which all settings can be restored to their original factory settings.

DELETE DESTINATION: Deletes the marked destination from the LAST DESTINATIONS or FAVORITES lists. The delete process must be confirmed by means of a dialog window.

SAVE DESTINATION: Saves the given address in the FAVORITES list.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “Saving a destination” on page 73.

ADD TO ROUTE: Opens the route planning. The address entered will be entered as the first route stage of a new route.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “Planning routes” on page 74.

08 Working with the map

8.1 Maps

Even if you have stored numerous navigation maps on the navigation system’s memory card, P´9611 can only work with one map at a time. In order to see which map is currently in use, proceed as follows:

1.Touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SETTINGS.

3.Touch CURRENT MAP.

8.2 Map in Preview mode

You have entered a destination and touched on the START NAVIGATION button.

– OR –

You have planned or loaded a route and touched the SHOW ROUTE button.

The map screen opens in PREVIEW mode. You can see the entire route. [ Fig. 9 ]

If you display a route with several stages, you will see this information for each stage.

In order to view or, if necessary, change the settings which form the basis of a calculated route, proceed as follows:

1.Touch the ROUTE PROFILE button.

2.Select START NAVIGATION in order to begin the trip. When you display a planned or loaded route, the route may be recalculated. Your current location will be integrated into the calculation. The navigation will initially guide you to the first route stage entered.

In order to open the map screen in DESTINATION SEARCH mode:

1.Touch the

DESTINATION SEARCH button.

[ 1 ] The route is marked GREEN.

[ 2 ] The destination is marked with a little flag. When you have planned or loaded a route and displayed it, the starting points and each route stage will be marked with a small flag.

[ 3 ] You will see the entire route in a small info box, together with the estimated trip time and the estimated time of arrival.

This information can be displayed or hidden as follows:

[1]

[ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ]

Fig. 9

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1.Touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SETTINGS.

3.Touch BASIC SETTINGS.

4.Show or hide information.

[ 4 ] A GREEN triangle shows the current position.

If you display a planned or loaded route and the given starting point is not the same as your current location, then the current position may not be shown on the preview.

8.3 Map in Navigation mode

After the route has been viewed in PREVIEW mode, the navigation has been started. The map screen opens in NAVIGATION mode. [ Fig. 10 ]

[ 1 ] Shows the signing that is to be followed.

[ 2 ] Possible speed limits may be shown here.

[ 3 ] If two maneuvers need to be executed quickly this shows the maneuver to be executed immediately after the next maneuver.

[ 4 ] Shows a diagram of the next junction where you should turn off. Underneath is the remaining distance to this junction.

[1] [ 2 ]

[ 3 ]

[ 4 ]

Fig. 10

When you approach the junction, you will see a spot diagram instead of the distance.

The nearer you are to the junction, the fewer green spots are displayed.

If you don’t have to change direction for a longer period, you will only see a forwardfacing arrow with the distance shown underneath, which shows how long you are to follow the current road.

[ 5 ] The route is depicted in the GREEN.

[ 6 ] A triangle in GREEN shows the current position on the map. The displayed sector of the map changes continually to show your current position centered on the map whenever possible.

[ 7 ] The height above sea level and the current speed is shown here.

[ 8 ] Shows the route, the estimated trip duration, and the estimated time of arrival.

[ 9 ] Shows the entire route, the estimated trip duration and the estimated time of arrival for the current stage.

[ 5 ]

[ 7 ]

[ 8 ]

[ 6 ]

[ 10 ] [ 9 ] [ 11 ] [ 12 ]

[10 ] The traffic lanes that lead to your destination are depicted in the GREEN.

[11 ] The name of the route section that you need to drive onto next is shown in the upper street field.

[12 ] The name of the street you are currently driving on is shown in the lower street field.

!Note:

The displays for many of the above mentioned areas can be configured via OPTIONS > SETTINGS > BASIC SETTINGS. A number of displays only work when the corresponding information is available on the map.

If you touch the large arrow field, then the current route instruction will be repeated.[4]

Quit navigation

In order to end navigation, proceed as follows:

1.Touch the

BACK button.

2.Confirm quitting.

Map functions in Navigation mode

When the map is open in the NAVIGATION mode, touch any point on the map. Various buttons with options will be displayed.

2D / 3D: Changes between 2D and 3D mode. The symbol of the mode currently set is displayed in green.

DAY / NIGHT: Toggles between the DAY and NIGHT touchscreen display modes. The symbol of the mode currently set is displayed in green.

INTERIM DESTINATION: Opens the menu for entering a way point.

The navigation system will then guide you to this way point first. Afterwards, you can continue your journey to your original destination.

SKIP ROUTE POINT: When this button is touched, the next route point is omitted. This button is inactive when less than 2 stages are pending.

BLOCK: Blocks a route stage in order to, e.g., avoid a traffic jam. The route will then be calculated around the blocked route stage.

Touch this button once in order to remove the block.

POI ON YOUR ROUTE: Touching this button displays Points of Interest on the given route. A destination shown here can also be selected as a way point. In order to do so, touch the

INTERIM DESTINATION button.

8.4 Map in Destination search mode

The map is always in DESTINATION SEARCH mode, when a pair of crosshairs are to be seen. [ Fig. 10 ]

When you are driving, the map does not change direction. It is always oriented with north shown at the top.

ZOOM OUT: The map section enlarges. There are fewer details shown.

ZOOM IN: The map section shown decreases in size. More details can be seen.

ZOOM MODE: If this button is active, the map section can be traced with a finger or the pen from top left to bottom right and afterwards zoomed to screen size. If the map section is traced from bottom right to top left, the map will zoom out.

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Fig. 11

PAN MODE: If this button is active, the map section can be moved in the desired direction with a finger or the pen.

ENTIRE ROUTE: Zooms the map so that the entire route is visible.

CURRENT POSITION: Selects the map section shown, so that the current location is centered.

8.4.1 Working in Destination search mode

1.Touch the point to which you want to navigate. The destination that you have selected appears under the crosshairs.

The geographical coordinates of the destination and the corresponding address are shown in the field in the bottom third of the screen.

2.Touch the

OK button.

Buttons with various functions will appear.

TAKE ME THERE: Begins the navigation to the selected point. Current navigation will be aborted.

INTERIM DESTINATION: Sets the current destination as a way point. The navigation system will then guide you to this way point first. Afterwards, you can continue your journey to your original destination. This function is only active when you are currently navigating.

SET AS DESTINATION: Adds the selected point as the last point in the route plan. If no route plan has been opened, the selected point will become the first point in a new route plan.

SAVE: Opens the SAVE DESTINATION AS … window. A name can be entered here which will be used to save the given point in the FAVORITES list.

iFor detailed information, please refer to chapter “Saving a destination” on page 73.

NEIGHBORHOOD SEARCH: Opens the POI NEARBY window. Destinations in the vicinity can be searched for from here.

Touch the

DESTINATION SEARCH button in order to quit the DESTINATION SEARCH mode. You will be returned to the window from which you started this mode.

Touch

BACK in order to return to the main window. If you are currently navigating, you will be prompted to confirm quitting navigation.

09 Useful functions

9.1 GPS status, store current location

In the GPS STATUS screen, you will find an overview of the data the navigation system calculates from the received GPS signals.

GPS status is available from the options of many windows.

1.Touch OPTIONS.

2.Select GPS STATUS.

The current location can be stored in the FAVORITES list.

3.Touch the SAVE POSITION button. The SAVE DESTINATION AS ... dialog opens up. The cursor blinks in the NAME field.

4.Enter a name for the destination.

5.If necessary, define the current position as the home address.

6.Touch the SAVE button.

9.2 TMC [ Traffic information ]

Your device has an integrated TMC receiver. The navigation system will only receive the latest traffic reports once you have connected your cable to the car charger. It can dynamically change the route in order to avoid traffic jams, for example.

The current valid traffic reports are available via the options of many windows.

1.Touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select TRAFFIC. The TRAFFIC INFORMATION window opens.

Via the list, the DISPLAYED INFORMATION button shows which kind of traffic messaging is listed and the number of messages received.

3.Touch the DISPLAYED INFORMATION button to select which traffic messages should be displayed.

For each traffic message, information about the location and type of congestion will be shown.

4.Touch a message in order to show more detailed information.

The navigation system can

AVOID or

IGNORE

congestion on the route. The button AVOID / IGNORE shows the corresponding status. Touch the

BACK button to close the TRAFFIC INFORMATION window.

9.3 TMC Settings

In the TMC SETTINGS window, you can set and configure the TMC sender, this will determine the effect that the reception of a message concerning your route will have on its calculation. Proceed as follows:

1.Touch the OPTIONS button in the TRAFFIC INFORMATION window.

2.Select TMC SETTINGS.

Tuning

Touch the TUNING button to determine which sender should be set, from which you want to receive traffic information.

AUTOMATIC: The arrow buttons near the sender can be used to set a different sender. The system will search for another sender if reception is weak.

HOLD STATION: The arrow buttons near the sender can be used to set a different sender. The system will search for the same sender on a different frequency if the signal is weak.

HOLD FREQUENCY: The arrow buttons near the sender can be used to set a different sender. The system will not search for another sender if the reception is weak.

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Recalculate Route

Touch RECALCULATE ROUTE to determine how new messages concerning your route should be dealt with.

AUTOMATICALLY: An alternative route avoiding the traffic obstruction will be calculated.

ON REQUEST: The message is displayed. This window can be used to determine if a detour should be calculated or not.

10 Configuring P´9611

The SETTINGS window is the point from which you can make any modifications to match your personal preferences on the P´9611.

The settings can be reached from the options of many windows.

1.Touch the OPTIONS button.

2.Select SETTINGS.

The SETTINGS window has several buttons: CURRENT MAP, POI, BASIC SETTINGS and ROUTE PROFILE.

3.Touch the corresponding button in order to open the desired settings window.

The settings of the individual windows are displayed on several screens.

You can toggle between them with the

TO THE LEFT and

TO THE RIGHT buttons.

Some settings can only accept two or three different values. These settings are recognisable by means of the

TOGGLE button. All possible values are visible. The value that is currently valid is highlighted in black.

1.Touch the

TOGGLE button to alternate between the possible values.

Some settings can accept many different values. These settings are recognisable by means of the

LIST button. The value that is currently set is shown.

1.Touch the

LIST button.

A list with all possible values opens up. The value that is currently valid is marked.

2.Touch the desired value. It will now be marked.

3.Touch the OK button. The list closes again. The new value will be displayed.

For each setting, there is a

HELP button.

1.Touch the HELP button in order to call up a detailed explanation of the relevant setting.

You can close the settings windows in two ways:

1.Touch the DONE button. Any changes you have made will be stored.

2.Touch the CANCEL button. Any changes you have made will not be stored.

The SETTINGS window opens again.

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The integrated MP3 player can be used to play MP3 files, even during navigation. In order to do so, MP3 files must first be copied onto the supplied memory card.

Copy MP3 files onto the device

1.Turn on navigation device.

2.Plug enclosed USB cable into the navigation device and your computer.

!Note: The USB cable cannot be used to charge the navigation device.

3.Windows creates a new drive containing a folder called “mp3”.

4.Copy the desired MP3 files into this folder. You can even copy entire folders, e.g. albums, into this folder.

5.Restart the MP3 player to update the new MP3s on the player view.

Open the MP3 player

1.Touch the MP3 PLAYER button in the START SCREEN.

If the navigation software is active:

1.Touch the

MP3 PLAYER button in the bottom margin of the screen.

The MP3 PLAYER window opens.

Touch the

NAVIGATION button in order to bring the navigation software into the foreground.

Touch the

START SCREEN in order to bring the START SCREEN into the foreground.

Playing MP3 files

Mark the directory or file in the list that you want to play.

PLAY: plays the marked file or files within the marked directory.

OPEN FOLDER: opens the marked directory.

UP ONE LEVEL: marks the overriding directory.

SELECT NEXT: marks the next element in the list.

SELECT PREVIOUS: marks the previous element in the list.

PAUSE: pauses playback.

CONTINUE: continues play.

FAST FORWARD: fast forwards within the current file.

REWIND: rewinds within the current file.

VOLUME: opens the volume bar.

Information

The screen displays the following information at the top of the MP3 PLAYER window while a file is being played:

1.The name of the file currently being played.

2.The name of the directory in which the file is stored.

3.The play mode: REPEAT ALL

REPEAT TRACK

INCLUDE SUBFOLDERS

SHUFFLE

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11.1 MP3 settings

1.Touch SETTINGS.

Settings for the play modes can be undertaken from the MP3 SETTINGS window.

2.Touch the

TOGGLE button next to the relevant setting in order to alternate between the possible values. The current value is highlighted in yellow.

The hands-freemodule allows to use P´9611 as ahands-freekit for your mobile phone.

Opening the hands-freemodule

Touch the

HANDS-FREEMODULE button in the navigation software.

The HANDS-FREEMODULE window opens.

Operating the hands-freemodule

The volume of the hands-freekit can be adjusted independently of the navigation system’s volume.

Touch the

MP3 PLAYER button in order to bring the MP3 player into the foreground.

Touch the

NAVIGATION button in order to bring the navigation software into the foreground.

Touch

START SCREEN in order to bring the START SCREEN into the foreground.

!Note: you can get information regarding changing individual settings by touching theHELP button.

12.1 Connecting to a telephone

The telephone functions are only available when the P´9611 is connected to a mobile phone. On starting for the first time, the P´9611 is in „Discoverable by others” mode. For information on how to change this setting, refer to 12.7.1 Activate Bluetooth. (page 89)

Problems occurring when trying to establish a Bluetooth connection can have various causes.

1.Bluetooth is deactivated in the P´9611 handsfree module. Activate Bluetooth. Ensure that your mobile phone can be detected by other Bluetooth devices. [ See “Activate Bluetooth”, on page 88 ]

2.Bluetooth is deactivated on the mobile phone, or it is set to “Hidden”.

Activate Bluetooth on your mobile phone. Ensure that your mobile phone can be detected by other Bluetooth devices. For further information, please refer to your mobile phone manual.

3.P´9611 has never been connected to your mobile phone. Initiate the connection manually. [ See “Establishing a Bluetooth connection”, on page 89 ]

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If P´9611 was previously connected to your mobile phone, the connection will be established without further prompting.

12.2 Receiving a call

When you receive a call, the INCOMING CALL window opens. When the relevant information is available, the name and number of the caller will be displayed.

1.Touch the PICK UP button in order to accept the call. The CALL IN PROGRESS window opens.

12.3 Dialing

There are different ways to make a call using P´9611.

12.3.1 Dialing a telephone number

1.Touch the DIAL A NUMBER button in the HANDS-FREEMODULE window.

2.Enter the required telephone number.

3.Touch the button.

12.3.2 Dialing a number, calling home

4 speed call buttons can be configured.

1.In the HANDS-FREEMODULE window, touch the appropriate speed call button.

12.3.3 Calling a contact from the Phone Book

!Note: It is only possible to use the phone book if your mobile phone supports the phone book synchronization feature. The latest compatibility list can be found atwww.navigon.com/porsche-design.

1.Touch the PHONE BOOK button in the HANDS-FREEMODULE window.

2.Touch the desired entry.

12.3.4 Calling a Point of Interest

1.Touch the CALL POI button in the HANDSFREE MODULE window.

2.Enter the special destination. [ See “Point of Interest in a given location”, on page 69 ]

3.Touch the button.

12.3.5 Calling your destination

!Note: this function is only available when navigating, and if the telephone number of your destination is stored in the systems databank. This is usually the case, especially with Points of Interest.

1.Touch the OPTIONS button in the HANDSFREE MODULE window.

2.Select CALL DESTINATION.

12.3.6 Calling most recently dialed numbers

!Note: the list contains outgoing, incoming and missed calls. Incoming and missed calls can only be dialed if the caller’s number was transferred.

1.Touch the RECENT CALLS button in the HANDS-FREEMODULE window.

2.Touch the desired entry.

12.4 During a conversation

You are calling using the hands-freemodule. The CALL IN PROGRESS window is open.

12.4.1 Bring the navigation software into the foreground

The navigation software can be brought into the foreground at any time.

Proceed as follows:

Touch the

NAVIGATION button.

The

HANDS-FREEMODULE button changes color when a call is in progress.

Touch the

HANDS-FREEMODULE button to open the CALL IN PROGRESS window again.

12.4.2 Entering numbers

During a conversation, you can enter numbers. This might be necessary, for example, when a telephone system is trying to connect you.

1.Touch the DIAL A NUMBER button.

2.Enter the required number.

3.Touch the

BACK button to open the CALL IN PROGRESS window again.

12.4.3 Ending the call

Touch the HANG UP button in the CALL IN PROGRESS window to end the call.

12.5 Phone book

P´9611 enables you to import the phone book of the mobile phone with which you are connected. The synchronization takes place automatically.

12.5.1 Opening the Phone Book

Touch the PHONE BOOK button in the HANDSFREE MODULE window.

12.6 Recent calls

P´9611 saves the list of calls from the connected mobile telephone in the RECENT CALLS list.

12.6.1 Opening Recent Calls

Touch the RECENT CALLS button in the HANDSFREE MODULE window. The RECENT CALLS list opens.

12.7 Configuring the hands-freemodule

The hands-freeof P´9611 incorporates several settings which you can configure according to your own requirements.

1.Touch the HANDS-FREESETTINGS button in theHANDS-FREEMODULE window.

i For detailed information, please refer to chapter “Configuring P´9611” on page 85.

12.7.1 Activate Bluetooth

1.Touch OPTIONS in HANDS-FREESETTINGS.

2.Select BLUETOOTH. The BLUETOOTH window opens.

BLUETOOTH FUNCTION

Touch YES in order to activate Bluetooth. Otherwise, touch NO. The hands-freemodule cannot connect to a mobile phone when Bluetooth is deactivated.

DISCOVERABLE BY OTHERS

Determine whether P´9611 should be shown to other Bluetooth devices [ esp. mobile phones ] [ YES ] or not [ NO ]. This setting only takes effect when the Bluetooth signal is activated. When recognition is set to NO a Bluetooth connection can only be established using P´9611 and not with a mobile phone.

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