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2017 Forester, WRX, WRX STI OWNER’S MANUAL

 ” SUBARU STARLINK™ Multimedia Plus and 7” SUBARU STARLINK™ Multimedia Navigation


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MSA5M1710A
B1029BE-A
Issued March 2016
Printed in USA 03/16
2017A

7” SUBARU STARLINK™ Multimedia Plus


7” SUBARU STARLINK™ Multimedia Navigation

OWNER’S MANUAL
Forester, WRX, WRX STI
2017

Subaru of America, Inc., Subaru Plaza, FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD. Love. It’s what makes a Subaru, a Subaru.
P.O. Box 6000, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034-6000 TOKYO, JAPAN

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Foreword
This supplement contains explanations and instructions for correctly
operating the following systems.
· Navigation System
· Audio and Visual System
· Handsfree System
· APPS
If your vehicle contains one of the systems above, be sure to check the
contents of this supplement carefully.
If you transfer the ownership of the vehicle to another person, make
sure that this supplement is provided with the Owner's Manual inside
the vehicle.
The information, specifications and illustrations in this supplement are
valid at the time of publication. Fuji Heavy Industries reserves the right
to change the specifications and design without prior notice, with no
obligation to perform the same or equivalent changes to vehicles sold
in the past.
This Owner's Manual supplement applies to all models, and describes
all devices, including manufacturer-installed options. This means that
information may be included about devices that are not installed in
your vehicle.

SUBARU STARLINK is the “in-car connectivity system” available on select


Subaru vehicles.
FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN
is a registered trademark of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
©Copyright 2015, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 QUICK GUIDE 1 QUICK GUIDE 19
· BASIC FUNCTION... 20 · QUICK REFERENCE... 28
· NAVIGATION OPERATION... 29 · FUNCTION INDEX... 34
2 BASIC FUNCTION 37
2 BASIC FUNCTION
· BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION... 38
· REAR VIEW CAMERA... See vehicle Owner’s Manual
3 AUDIO 53
3 AUDIO
· BASIC OPERATION... 54 · RADIO OPERATION... 60
· MEDIA OPERATION... 78 · AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS... 96
· SETUP... 99 · TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM... 102
4 PHONE 115
4 PHONE
· PHONE OPERATION... 116 · SETUP... 136 5 APPS 149
5 APPS
· SUBARU STARLINK... 153 · MirrorLinkTM... 154 · ahaTM... 156 · Pandora®*... 162
6 INFORMATION 165
6 INFORMATION
· USEFUL INFORMATION... 166

7 SETTINGS 7 SETTINGS 175


· Bluetooth® SETTINGS... 176 · OTHER SETTINGS... 190

8 NAVIGATION SYSTEM (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) NAVIGATION SYSTEM


8 (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION)
197
· NAVIGATION... 197

9 Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION


· Siri... 248 · VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION... 251
9 SYSTEM 247
· COMMAND LIST... 257

10 APPENDIX / WHAT TO DO IF / INDEX APPENDIX/WHAT TO DO IF/


10 INDEX 273
· MAP DATABASE INFORMATION AND UPDATES... 274
· TROUBLESHOOTING... 283 · ERROR MESSAGES... 289 · INDEX... 296
*:Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. 1
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INTRODUCTION READ FIRST


The symbols described below are found in this instruction
We recommend that you wait until the positioning stabilizes
manual as well as on the unit itself to insure its proper and before starting to drive.
safe usage and to prevent injury or damage to property.
If you start to drive while the positioning is not complete,
Make sure you understand the meaning of these symbols
the indicated position may differ from the actual vehicle
before reading the rest of this manual. position. We recommend waiting until the GPS indicator
displays before starting to drive.
The screens shown in this manual may differ from the actual
screens depending on the data type or when the map data
was created.
When maps are created, land surveys are conducted
and information on road improvements and reopening
is collected to provide the most accurate information
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facilities may be carried out at any time. Consequently, we
cannot guarantee that map data contains no errors in road
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Information in this manual that must be observed for the


unit, and information that is useful to know is indicated as SYMBOLS USED IN ILLUSTRATIONS

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follows.
Safety symbol
WARNING The symbol of a circle with a slash through it means
O This sign indicates a situation in which incorrect handling “Do not”, “Do not do this” or “Do not let this happen”.
through disregard of written information might result in death
or serious personal injury.
Arrows indicating operations

Indicates the action


CAUTION (pushing, turning,
O This sign indicates a situation in which incorrect handling etc.) used to operate
through disregard of written information might result in switches and other
personal injury or damage to property. devices.

NOTE
O Useful information for the user is described.
O Be sure to read all materials such as manuals and warranties
that come with the product. Fuji Heavy Industries is not
responsible for problems that arise due to failure to follow these
instructions.
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between the content of the manual and the features of the unit.

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PRECAUTIONS FOR USE O The driver should not perform operations such as volume
adjustment while driving. Inattention to road conditions ahead
may result in an accident, so be sure to stop the vehicle in a
WARNING safe place before performing the operation.
O The driver should not change discs while driving. Inattention
O The main unit requires a 12 V DC power supply. The main unit to road conditions ahead may result in an accident, so be
should not be installed in any vehicle which does not have a sure to stop the vehicle in a safe place before performing the
12 V power system with a ground-connected negative side. operation.
An installation other than the one intended may cause severe
O The driver should not perform operations such as adding
damage to the main unit, and electric shock or serious injury
a location or setting the memory while driving. Inattention to
to the users.
road conditions ahead may result in an accident, so be sure
O Even when using the route guidance of the navigation to stop the vehicle in a safe place before performing the
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regulations. If you drive by following only the route guidance
O Before viewing a video, be sure to stop the vehicle in a safe
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place and apply the parking brake. To ensure safety, videos
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are not displayed during driving.
O To ensure safety, the driver should not operate the navigation
O To ensure safety, never operate a cell phone while driving.
system while driving. Operating the navigation system while
driving may result in an accidental steering wheel operation O Do not let foreign objects enter the disc slot or SD memory
or otherwise cause an accident. Stop the vehicle before FDUGVORW'RLQJVRPD\UHVXOWLQD¿UHRUHOHFWULFVKRFN
operating the navigation system. Also, do not watch the O Do not disassemble or modify the unit. Doing so may result in
screen while driving because doing so may be dangerous DQDFFLGHQW¿UHRUHOHFWULFVKRFN
(ETC). Inattention to road conditions ahead may result in an
accident.

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O Do not let water or foreign objects enter the internal parts CAUTION
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shock. O Although the unit can be used when the ignition switch is set
O Do not use the unit when it is malfunctioning, such as when to either “ACC” or “ON” position, to protect the battery, start
the screen is not lit or no sound comes out. Doing so may the engine before using the unit.
UHVXOWLQDQDFFLGHQW¿UHRUHOHFWULFVKRFN O Do not use the unit anywhere other than in a vehicle. Doing so
O $OZD\V UHSODFH IXVHV ZLWK IXVHV RI WKH VDPH VSHFL¿HG may result in an electric shock or other injury.
capacity (amperage). Using a fuse with a higher capacity than O While driving, keep the volume low enough for you to hear
WKHVSHFL¿FDWLRQPD\UHVXOWLQD¿UH outside sounds. Driving while not being able to hear sounds
O If a foreign object or water enters the unit, smoke or a strange from outside the vehicle may result in an accident.
odor may be emitted. If such an abnormality occurs, stop O Be careful of the volume when turning on the power. If a loud
using the unit immediately and contact your SUBARU dealer. noise is emitted suddenly when you turn on the power, it may
$QDFFLGHQW¿UHRUHOHFWULFVKRFNPD\UHVXOWLI\RXFRQWLQXHWR damage your hearing.
use the unit under these conditions. O Do not apply a strong force to the display. Doing so may result
O In a thunderstorm, do not touch the antenna line or the unit. in a malfunction.
Lightning may cause an electric shock. O 'R QRW SXW \RXU ¿QJHUV RU KDQGV LQWR WKH GLVF VORW RU 6'
O Do not park or stop in prohibited areas to use the unit. memory card slot. Doing so may result in an injury.
O ,I GLUHFW VXQOLJKW VKLQHV LQWR WKH YHKLFOH OLJKW PD\ UHÀHFW RII O Do not touch the hot parts of the unit. The hot parts may burn
the product. Be very careful while driving. you.
O Never use headphones or earphones while driving. Driving O Do not use while there is an abnormality such as sound
while not being able to hear sounds from outside the vehicle EUHDNXSRUGLVWRUWLRQ'RLQJVRPD\UHVXOWLQD¿UH
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O Using the unit during extremely high or low temperature may NOTE
result in mistaken operation or a malfunction. In particular, the
temperature inside the vehicle can often rise to a high level O Fuji Heavy Industries is not responsible for any damages to the
during the summer. Cool the vehicle, for example by opening purchaser or third parties that occur from using the map data.
a window, before using the unit. O We do not provide any replacements or refunds for any mistakes
there may be in the map data displays or contents, such as
O Be careful if metal or water enters the unit, or the unit is misspelling, omissions or misaligned positions.
exposed to a strong impact, because it may result in a O Fuji Heavy Industries makes no guarantee that the functions
malfunction. LQFOXGHG LQ WKH PDS GDWD ZLOO EH DSSURSULDWH IRU WKH VSHFL¿F
O The touch buttons on the display screen may not operate objectives of the purchaser.
correctly if condensation forms inside them. If this happens, O Functions that cannot be operated while driving have their colors
do not attempt to operate the switches until the condensation toned down when the vehicle is being driven, and their operation
has disappeared. is disabled. Touching a disabled switch may result in the display
O If juice or similar liquid is spilled on the display, wipe of an operation prohibited message on the screen.
off immediately. Failure to do so may result in product O During strong vibrations, such as when driving on a poor road
malfunction. surface, the unit may no longer be able to read the data from the
disc or “SD memory card”, and it will not operate correctly. When
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the vibration lessens, normal operation will return after a short
attracts dust, and should therefore be cleaned occasionally.
time.
When cleaning, turn off the power, and wipe lightly with a soft,
O Immediately after turning on the heater when the temperature
dry cloth. To remove dirt, soak a soft cloth in neutral detergent
is low, dew (water drops) may adhere to the lens of the CD
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reader (condensation). If this happens, leaving the unit for about
organic solvents (benzene, ethanol, thinner, etc.), acids, or
an hour should remove the condensation and return the unit to
alkalis. Using such agents will result in screen deterioration.
normal operation.
Furthermore, do not hit the screen or rub it with hard objects.
If the unit does not return to normal operation even after several
O Avoid touching the “SD memory card” terminals to prevent hours, contact your SUBARU dealer.
contamination. Doing so may cause card read failure.

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NOTE NOTE

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O :KHQ XVLQJ WKH XQLW IRU WKH ¿UVW WLPH DIWHU SXUFKDVH RU DIWHU O The display may appear brighter when the temperature is low,
the battery was removed for a long time, the current position or immediately after starting the engine, however, this is a
may not be displayed correctly. Wait a short time until the GPS characteristic of the LED elements, and does not indicate a fault.
positioning corrects the displayed position. The display will return to its original brightness when the vehicle
O This device is precision-engineered equipment and the recorded cabin has warmed up.
data can be lost as a result of static electricity, electrical noise, O When you look at the screen through polarized material such as
YLEUDWLRQRURWKHULQÀXHQFHV7RSURWHFWWKHGHYLFHDJDLQVWGDWD polarized sunglasses, the screen may be dark and hard to see.
loss, we recommend keeping a separate record of the data that If so, look at the screen from different angles, adjust the screen
you record after purchase. settings on the “Display Settings (Display Settings)” screen or
O Note that the following events are not covered by the warranty. take off your sunglasses.
‡ Corruption or loss of the data recorded on the “SD memory O ,WPD\EHGLI¿FXOWWRYLHZWKHVFUHHQLIWKHGLVSOD\LVH[SRVHGWR
card” by the purchaser resulting from failure, incorrect sunlight from an awkward angle.
operation or malfunction of the unit, or any problems O The LCD screen may not function normally if covered with a
associated with it, or due to the effects of electrical noise or SURWHFWLYH¿OP'RQRWDI¿[DSURWHFWLYH¿OP
RWKHULQÀXHQFHV O The touch panel may function incorrectly or fail to respond if
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the “SD memory card” resulting from the incorrect use of the wearing gloves, pens, etc.)
unit by the purchaser or a third party. O When inserting or removing CDs or SD cards, take care not
‡ Corruption or loss of data recorded on the “SD memory card” to touch the touch panel. The touch panel will respond if
by the purchaser resulting from the malfunction or repair of the inadvertently touched by hand.
unit. O If the system functions unexpectedly such as an area other than
Note that by installing or using the unit, you are regarded as the one touched being selected, or failure to respond when
having consented to the points above. WRXFKHG WKHUH LV D SRVVLELOLW\ WKDW DQRWKHU ¿QJHU RU SDUW RI WKH
O The screen may be adversely affected or disturbed by noise if hand is in contact with display.
electrical equipment that generates powerful electrical noise O Scratches on the system panel surface are easily noticeable,
is used near the system. In such cases, keep the electrical and it should therefore be handled with care.
equipment at a distance, or refrain from use.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTION (WITHOUT WARNING


NAVIGATION FUNCTION) O For safety, the driver should not operate the system while he/
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cause an accident.

SAFETY INSTRUCTION (WITH NAVIGATION


FUNCTION)

To use this system in the safest possible manner, follow all


the safety tips shown below.
Do not use any feature of this system to the extent it
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priority while driving should always be the safe operation
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regulations. To use this system in the safest possible manner, follow all
the safety tips shown below.
Prior to the actual use of this system, learn how to use it and
become thoroughly familiar with it. Read the entire manual This system is intended to assist in reaching the destination
to make sure you understand the system. Do not allow and, if used properly, can do so. The driver is solely
other people to use this system until they have read and responsible for the safe operation of your vehicle and the
understood the instructions in this manual. safety of your passengers.
For your safety, some functions may become inoperable Do not use any feature of this system to the extent it
when driving. Unavailable screen buttons are dimmed. EHFRPHV D GLVWUDFWLRQ DQG SUHYHQWV VDIH GULYLQJ 7KH ¿UVW
priority while driving should always be the safe operation
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regulations.

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Prior to the actual use of this system, learn how to use it and While driving, listen to the voice instructions as much as
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to make sure you understand the system. Do not allow is safe. However, do not totally rely on voice guidance. Use
other people to use this system until they have read and it just for reference. If the system cannot determine the
understood the instructions in this manual. current position correctly, there is a possibility of incorrect,
For your safety, some functions may become inoperable late, or non-voice guidance.
when driving. Unavailable screen buttons are dimmed. Only The data in the system may occasionally be incomplete.
when the vehicle is not moving, can the destination and Road conditions, including driving restrictions (no left turns,
route selection be done. street closures, etc.) frequently change. Therefore, before
following any instructions from the system, look to see
WARNING whether the instruction can be done safely and legally.
This system cannot warn about such things as the safety of
O For safety, the driver should not operate the system while he/
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cause an accident. services. If unsure about the safety of an area, do not drive
into it. Under no circumstances is this system a substitute
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PDLQWDLQDZDUHQHVVRIWKHURDGFRQGLWLRQV,IDWUDI¿FVLJQRQ for the driver’s personal judgement.
the road has been changed, route guidance may not have the Use this system only in locations where it is legal to do so.
updated information such as the direction of a one way street. Some states/provinces may have laws prohibiting the use of
video and navigation screens next to the driver.

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HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL

No. Name Description

Operational Outlines An outline of the operation is explained.

Main Operations The steps of an operation are explained.

Supplemental information Describes supplemental information relating to main operation.

Ɣ When a panel button should be selected, button names are shown as .


Ɣ When a touch button on the screen should be selected, button names are shown as .
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Table of Contents 2 BASIC FUNCTION
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION ... 38 1
INITIAL SCREEN ..................................................................38
1 QUICK GUIDE Ɣ INITIAL SCREEN ............................................................38
BASIC FUNCTION ................................................ 20 LOADING AND UNLOADING A DISC ..................................40
Ɣ LOADING A DISC ............................................................40
2
OVERVIEW BUTTONS .........................................................20
“HOME (HOME)” SCREEN ..................................................22 Ɣ UNLOADING A DISC.......................................................41
“APPS (APPS)” SCREEN ....................................................23 CONNECTING AND DISCONNECTING A USB MEMORY/
PORTABLE DEVICE .............................................................41 3
“INFO (INFO)” SCREEN .......................................................24
Ɣ CONNECTING A DEVICE ...............................................41
SPLIT SCREEN .....................................................................25
LOADING AND UNLOADING AN SD CARD
STATUS DISPLAY .................................................................26
(WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION).........................................42 4
Ɣ LOADING AN SD CARD .................................................42
QUICK REFERENCE ............................................ 28
Ɣ UNLOADING AN SD CARD ............................................43
“SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” SCREEN ....................................28
TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES .............................................44 5
NAVIGATION OPERATION .................................. 29 TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION ............................................46
REGISTERING HOME (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) ...29 INFO SCREEN OPERATION ................................................46
Ɣ REORDERING THE MENU ICONS ................................46 6
OPERATION FLOW: GUIDING THE ROUTE
SPLIT SCREEN OPERATION...............................................47
(WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION).........................................31
Ɣ CUSTOMIZING THE SPLIT SCREEN ............................47
SETTING HOME AS THE DESTINATION
ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS/
(WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION).........................................32
LIST SCREEN OPERATION .................................................48
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Ɣ ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS .........................48
FUNCTION INDEX ................................................ 34 Ɣ LIST SCREEN OPERATION ...........................................48
FUNCTION INDEX ................................................................34 8
SCREEN ADJUSTMENT ......................................................50
Ɣ CHANGING BETWEEN DAY AND NIGHT MODE ..........52

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3 AUDIO MEDIA OPERATION ............................................. 78
CD ..........................................................................................78
BASIC OPERATION ............................................. 54 Ɣ OVERVIEW .....................................................................78
SOME BASICS ......................................................................54 USB MEMORY ......................................................................81
Ɣ TURNING THE SYSTEM ON AND OFF .........................54 Ɣ OVERVIEW .....................................................................81
Ɣ SELECTING AN AUDIO SOURCE ..................................55 iPod .......................................................................................84
Ɣ SOUND SETTINGS.........................................................56 Ɣ OVERVIEW .....................................................................84
Ɣ AUDIO SCREEN ADJUSTMENT ....................................58 SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) .......................87
Ɣ VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM ...................................59 Ɣ OVERVIEW .....................................................................87
Bluetooth AUDIO..................................................................91
RADIO OPERATION ............................................. 60 Ɣ OVERVIEW .....................................................................91
AM/FM RADIO.......................................................................60 Ɣ CONNECTING A Bluetooth DEVICE ...............................94
Ɣ OVERVIEW .....................................................................60
AUX .......................................................................................94
Ɣ PRESETTING A STATION ..............................................61
Ɣ OVERVIEW .....................................................................94
Ɣ SELECTING A STATION FROM THE LIST .....................62
Ɣ RADIO BROADCAST DATA SYSTEM ............................62
AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS ............... 96
Ɣ AVAILABLE HD Radio™ TECHNOLOGY .......................64
STEERING SWITCHES ........................................................96
Ɣ CACHING RADIO PROGRAMS......................................67
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio ....................................................69
Ɣ OVERVIEW .....................................................................69
SETUP................................................................... 99
Ɣ HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO SiriusXM® Satellite Radio .....70 AUDIO SETTINGS ................................................................99
Ɣ DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID ..........................................73 Ɣ AUDIO SETTINGS SCREEN ..........................................99
Ɣ PRESETTING A CHANNEL ............................................73
Ɣ CACHING RADIO PROGRAMS......................................74 TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL
Ɣ REGISTERING A SMART FAVORITE CHANNEL...........75 SYSTEM .............................................................. 102
Ɣ TuneStartTM FUNCTION ..................................................75 OPERATING INFORMATION..............................................102
Ɣ TuneScanTM FUNCTION..................................................76 Ɣ RADIO ...........................................................................102
Ɣ SEARCHING BY FEATURED FAVORITES ....................76 Ɣ CD PLAYER AND DISC ................................................104
Ɣ SELECTING A CHANNEL FROM THE LIST ...................76 Ɣ USB MEMORY ..............................................................107
Ɣ PRESERVING A MUSIC INFORMATION .......................77 Ɣ iPod ...............................................................................107
Ɣ SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) ...............108
Ɣ FILE INFORMATION .....................................................108
Ɣ TERMS .......................................................................... 112

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Bluetooth PHONE MESSAGE FUNCTION ........................130
4 PHONE Ɣ RECEIVING A MESSAGE .............................................131
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM Ɣ CHECKING MESSAGES ..............................................132 1
FOR CELLULAR PHONES) ............................... 116 Ɣ REPLYING TO A MESSAGE (QUICK REPLY)..............133
QUICK REFERENCE ..........................................................116 Ɣ CALLING THE MESSAGE SENDER ............................134
SOME BASICS ....................................................................117 2
Ɣ REGISTERING/CONNECTING A Bluetooth PHONE.... 118
SETUP................................................................. 136
Ɣ USING THE PHONE SWITCH/MICROPHONE ............ 118 PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS ..........................................136
Ɣ VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM ................................. 119 Ɣ PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS SCREEN ...................136
Ɣ ABOUT THE CONTACTS IN THE CONTACT LIST ......120 Ɣ “Sound Settings (Sound Settings)” SCREEN ...............137 3
Ɣ WHEN SELLING OR DISPOSING Ɣ “Contact/Call History Settings
OF THE VEHICLE ........................................................120 (Contact/Call History Settings)” SCREEN ...................138
Ɣ “Messaging Settings
CALLING ON THE Bluetooth PHONE ...............................121 4
(Messaging Settings)” SCREEN .................................145
Ɣ BY SPEED DIAL LIST ...................................................122
Ɣ “Phone Display Settings
Ɣ BY CALL HISTORY .......................................................123
(Phone Display Settings)” SCREEN ...........................146
Ɣ BY CONTACTS LIST.....................................................124 5
Ɣ BY DIAL PAD .................................................................125
Ɣ BY OFF HOOK SWITCH ...............................................125
Ɣ BY SPLIT SCREEN .......................................................126
RECEIVING ON THE Bluetooth PHONE ...........................126 6
Ɣ INCOMING CALLS ........................................................126
TALKING ON THE Bluetooth PHONE ...............................127
Ɣ SENDING TONES .........................................................128 7
Ɣ TRANSMIT VOLUME SETTING ...................................129
Ɣ INCOMING CALL WAITING ..........................................129
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5 APPS 6 INFORMATION
BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION ................ 150 USEFUL INFORMATION .................................... 166
BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION ................................150 SiriusXM RADIO DATA SERVICE ......................................166
Ɣ SETTINGS REQUIRED Ɣ DISPLAYING SPORTS INFORMATION........................166
TO USE THE APPLICATION .......................................151 Ɣ DISPLAYING WEATHER INFORMATION.....................167
Ɣ ABOUT APP-BASED CONNECTED CONTENT...........151 Ɣ DISPLAYING STOCKS INFORMATION........................171
Ɣ DISPLAYING FUEL INFORMATION
SUBARU STARLINK .......................................... 153 (NOT AVAILABLE IN CANADA) ...................................172
SUBARU STARLINK...........................................................153
Ɣ DISPLAYING SUBARU STARLINK INFORMATION .....153
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MirrorLink™ ....................................................... 154 Bluetooth® SETTINGS ....................................... 176
MirrorLink™ .......................................................................154 REGISTERING/CONNECTING Bluetooth® DEVICE .........176
Ɣ OVERVIEW ...................................................................154 Ɣ REGISTERING A Bluetooth PHONE
FOR THE FIRST TIME.................................................176
ahaTM by HARMAN ............................................. 156 Ɣ REGISTERING A Bluetooth AUDIO DEVICE
ahaTM by HARMAN .............................................................156 FOR THE FIRST TIME.................................................179
Ɣ OVERVIEW ...................................................................156 Ɣ PROFILES .....................................................................180
Ɣ USING aha APPLICATION ............................................158 SETTING Bluetooth DETAILS ...........................................181
Ɣ “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)” SCREEN ......181
Pandora®* ........................................................... 162 Ɣ REGISTERING A Bluetooth DEVICE ............................182
Pandora®*............................................................................162 Ɣ DELETING A Bluetooth DEVICE ...................................183
Ɣ OVERVIEW ...................................................................162 Ɣ CONNECTING A Bluetooth DEVICE .............................184
Ɣ EDITING THE Bluetooth DEVICE INFORMATION .......186
Ɣ “System Settings (System Settings)” SCREEN .............188

*:Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.

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OTHER SETTINGS ............................................. 190 DESTINATION SEARCH .................................... 207
GENERAL SETTINGS ........................................................190 DESTINATION SEARCH SCREEN.....................................207
Ɣ GENERAL SETTINGS SCREEN ..................................190 SEARCH OPERATION........................................................208 1
VOICE SETTINGS ...............................................................196 Ɣ SETTING HOME AS DESTINATION.............................209
Ɣ VOICE SETTINGS SCREEN ........................................196 Ɣ SEARCHING BY FIND ADDRESS ................................209
Ɣ SEARCHING BY FIND PLACES ...................................212
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Ɣ SEARCHING BY FIND ON MAP ...................................216
8 NAVIGATION SYSTEM Ɣ SEARCHING BY FAVORITES ......................................216
BASIC OPERATION ........................................... 198 Ɣ SEARCHING FROM A FREQUENTLY USED
QUICK REFERENCE ..........................................................198 DESTINATION (SMART HISTORY).............................217 3
Ɣ MAP SCREEN ...............................................................198 Ɣ SEARCHING FROM HISTORY.....................................217
Ɣ MAP OPERATIONS ......................................................199 Ɣ SEARCHING BY COORDINATES ................................217
Ɣ NAVIGATION MENU .....................................................201 OTHER SEARCH OPERATION ..........................................218 4
Ɣ CHECK CURRENT POSITION .....................................202 Ɣ SEARCHING BY WHERE AM I? ...................................218
MAP SCREEN OPERATION ...............................................203 STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE .........................................219
Ɣ CURRENT POSITION DISPLAY ...................................203 Ɣ STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE ...................................219
5
Ɣ SHOW MAP...................................................................203 Ɣ DISPLAYING ROUTE SIMULATION .............................219
Ɣ MAP SCALE ..................................................................204 Ɣ CANCELING ROUTE ....................................................220
Ɣ ORIENTATION OF THE MAP........................................205
Ɣ POSITION MARKER .....................................................206 6
TRAFFIC INFORMATION ...................................................206
Ɣ DISPLAYING TRAFFIC INFORMATION .......................206
7

10

15
ROUTE GUIDANCE ............................................ 221 MEMORY POINTS .............................................. 234
ROUTE GUIDANCE SCREEN ............................................221 MEMORY POINTS SETTINGS ...........................................234
Ɣ SCREEN FOR ROUTE GUIDANCE .............................221 Ɣ SETTING UP HOME .....................................................234
Ɣ STANDARD MAP ICON ................................................221 Ɣ SAVING DESTINATIONS ..............................................235
Ɣ DATA FIELDS ................................................................222
Ɣ ROUTE OVERVIEW......................................................223 SETUP................................................................. 236
Ɣ LANE INFORMATION AND SIGNS...............................223 NAVIGATION SETTINGS ....................................................236
Ɣ HIGHWAY SERVICES...................................................224 Ɣ OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS ..............................................236
Ɣ JUNCTION DISPLAY ....................................................225
TYPICAL VOICE GUIDANCE PROMPTS ..........................225 TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM ............. 244
ROUTE RELATED FUNCTIONS.........................................226 GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM) ..........................244
Ɣ DISPLAYING CHANGE ROUTE ...................................226 Ɣ REGARDING ERRORS
Ɣ EDITING ROUTE ..........................................................227 IN CURRENT POSITION DISPLAY ............................244
Ɣ ADDING DESTINATIONS .............................................227 Ɣ LIMITATIONS OF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM ............244
Ɣ REORDERING DESTINATIONS ...................................227 MAP DATA...........................................................................246
Ɣ DELETING DESTINATIONS .........................................228 Ɣ REGARDING ROADS AND PLACE NAME DATA ........246
Ɣ SETTING ROUTE PREFERENCES .............................228
Ɣ AVOIDANCES SETTING...............................................230
Ɣ CHANGING ROUTE......................................................230
Ɣ SETTING A NEW STARTING POINT ............................231
Ɣ CREATING A ROUTE....................................................232
Ɣ ROUTE ALTERNATIVES...............................................233

16
9 Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM 10 APPENDIX/WHAT TO DO IF/INDEX
Siri ....................................................................... 248 MAP DATABASE INFORMATION 1
Siri®......................................................................................248 AND UPDATES ................................................... 274
Ɣ BEFORE USING Siri .....................................................248
Ɣ USING Siri .....................................................................249 CERTIFICATION ................................................. 277
Ɣ Siri OPERATION ...........................................................249
2
CERTIFICATION .................................................................277
Ɣ SiriusXM® Satellite Radio ..............................................277
VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM Ɣ SiriusXM DATA SERVICE..............................................277
OPERATION ....................................................... 251 Ɣ RADIO WAVE COMMUNICATIONS..............................277 3
VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM .......................................251 Ɣ Gracenote ......................................................................279
Ɣ USING THE VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM.............251 Ɣ Bluetooth .......................................................................280
Ɣ VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION ...........252 Ɣ microSDHC....................................................................280 4
Ɣ CASUAL SPEECH RECOGNITION ..............................255 Ɣ iPod ...............................................................................281
Ɣ MirrorLinkTM....................................................................281
COMMAND LIST................................................. 257 Ɣ Pandora .........................................................................281
Ɣ Google ...........................................................................281
5

HOW TO GET THE SOURCE CODE


USING THE OPEN SOURCE ............................. 282 6

WHAT TO DO IF ................................................. 283


TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................283 7
Ɣ RADIO OPERATION .....................................................283
Ɣ PHONE ..........................................................................284
8
ERROR MESSAGES .......................................... 289

INDEX ................................................................. 296


9

10

17
MEMO

18
1
1

QUICK GUIDE
19
BASIC FUNCTION

BASIC FUNCTION

OVERVIEW BUTTONS No. Function Page

XWithout navigation function %\WRXFKLQJWKHVFUHHQZLWK\RXU¿QJHU


44, 46
you can control the selected functions.
Insert a disc into this slot. The CD player
40
turns on immediately.
60, 69,
Turn the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob to select
78, 81,
a radio station or skip to the next or
84, 87,
SUHYLRXVWUDFN¿OH
91, 156
Press the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob to
access the audio/visual screen. The
audio/visual system displays the “Select 55
Audio Source (Select Audio Source)”
screen or the last mode used.
XWith navigation function Press and hold the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob
25
to display the split screen.
Select to display the “INFO (INFO)”
24
screen.

20
BASIC FUNCTION

No. Function Page No. Function Page


1
4
Select or to seek up or microSD card slot*
60, 69, *2 * 3 Open the cover and insert an SD card 42

QUICK GUIDE
down for a radio station or to access a
78, 81, into this slot.
GHVLUHGWUDFN¿OH
84, 87,
Press and hold or to 91, *2 * 3 Select to display the navigation screen
198
156, 162 (while the map SD card is inserted).
continuously seek for a radio station, or
WRIDVWIRUZDUGUHZLQG¿OHVRUWUDFNV *1: Without navigation function
Select to display the “APPS (APPS)” *2: With navigation function
23
screen. *3: An “Unable to read the map SD data. Check the map SD. If necessary,
consult your dealer.” message appears if the map SD card is not inserted,
*1 Select to access the Bluetooth hands- or if an SD card containing no map data is inserted.
116
free system. *4: In this manual, microSD card is now referred to as SD card.
Select to display the “HOME (HOME)”
22
screen.
Press the “POWER/VOLUME” knob to
turn the audio system on and off, and
54
turn it to adjust the volume.
Press and hold to turn the screen off.

Press to eject a disc. 41

21
BASIC FUNCTION

“HOME (HOME)” SCREEN No. Function Page

Select to display the “HOME (HOME)” screen. * Select to display the map screen. 198

Select to display the audio control


55
screen.
Select to display the hands-free operation
116
screen.
Select to display the “SETTINGS
28
(SETTINGS)” screen.
Select to display the “INFO (INFO)”
24
screen.
Select to display the “APPS (APPS)”
23
screen.
*: With navigation function

22
BASIC FUNCTION

“APPS (APPS)” SCREEN No. Function Page


1
Select , or select and then select APPS Select to display the “SUBARU
STARLINK disclaimer (SUBARU 153

QUICK GUIDE
(APPS), to display the “APPS (APPS)” screen.
STARLINK disclaimer)” screen.
Select to display the “MirrorLink™
154
(MirrorLink™)” screen.
Select to display the “Pandora
162
(Pandora)*” screen.

Select to display the “aha (aha)” screen. 156

*: Pandora is a registered trademark of Pandora Media, Inc.


Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.

23
BASIC FUNCTION

“INFO (INFO)” SCREEN No. Function Page

This screen can be used to display sports information and Select to display sports information. 166
photos, etc.
Select to display weather information. 167
Select , or select and then select INFO
(INFO), to display the “INFO (INFO)” screen. Select to display stocks information. 171
1
* Select to display fuel information. 172

Select to reorder the menu icons. 46


2
* Select to view pictures in the SD card. 87

Select to view pictures in the USB


81
memory connected to USB port 2.
Select to view pictures in the USB
81
memory connected to USB port 1.
*1: Service is not available in Canada.
*2: With navigation function

24
BASIC FUNCTION

SPLIT SCREEN
1
Press and hold the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob, to display the

QUICK GUIDE
split screen.
The split screen can display two information screens
simultaneously, such as the audio system screen and
hands-free screen or the hands-free screen and navigation*
screen. When hands-free mode is selected, it is possible
to make a call on the home screen if the desired telephone
number is registered to one of the 4 displayed buttons. In
order to register the contact, select and hold the desired
button and register the desired contact by obey displayed
PHVVDJHVRQWKHVFUHHQ ĺ3
*: With navigation function

When a screen is selected, the selected screen is switched


to a full-screen display. The split screen can be set to a two- No. Function Page
way split screen. Select to display the “Customize Split
47
Screen (Customize Split Screen)” screen.
)RUGHWDLOVDERXWVHWWLQJWKHVSOLWVFUHHQĺ3

25
BASIC FUNCTION

STATUS DISPLAY No. Indicators Conditions

The status of the Bluetooth connection and so on is This icon is displayed when the Bluetooth
displayed on the screen. connection is established.
An antenna for the Bluetooth connection is
built into the instrument panel. The condition
of the Bluetooth connection may deteriorate
and the system may not function when a
Bluetooth device is used in the following
conditions and/or places:
The Bluetooth device is obstructed by certain
objects (such as when it is behind the seat or
in the glove box or console box).
The Bluetooth device is touching or is
covered with metal materials.
Leave the Bluetooth device in a place where
the condition of the Bluetooth connection is
good.

No. Indicators Conditions

This icon is displayed when a disc has been Poor Excellent


inserted.
The level of reception does not always
This icon is displayed when audio is off or the correspond with the level displayed on the
steering switch is pressed. The
cellular phone. The level of reception may not
level of
be displayed depending on the phone you
reception
have.
“Rm” is displayed when receiving in a
roaming area. While roaming, display “Rm”
top-left on the icon.
The receiving area may not be displayed
depending on the type of phone you have.

26
BASIC FUNCTION

No. Indicators Conditions


1

QUICK GUIDE
Low Full
The
amount The amount displayed does not always
of battery correspond with the amount displayed on the
charge left Bluetooth device.
The amount of battery charge left may not
be displayed depending on the type of the
Bluetooth device connected.

27
QUICK REFERENCE

QUICK REFERENCE

“SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” SCREEN No. Function Page

The items shown on the “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” screen Select to turn the screen off. -
can be set. Select and then select SETTINGS
Select to change the selected language,
(SETTINGS) to display the “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” operation sound, automatic screen 190
screen. change settings, etc.

Select to customize the split screen. 47

Select to specify voice settings. 196

Select to specify audio settings. 99

Select to specify phone sound, contacts,


136
message settings, etc.
Select to set Bluetooth phones and
181
Bluetooth audio devices.
Select to adjust the brightness, contrast,
50
tone and color of the screens.

28
NAVIGATION OPERATION

NAVIGATION OPERATION
1
REGISTERING HOME (WITH 3. Select Destination (Destination).

QUICK GUIDE
NAVIGATION FUNCTION)
1. Select , or select and then select MAP
(MAP).

4. Select Go Home (Go Home).

2. Select Menu (Menu).

5. Select Yes (Yes).

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NAVIGATION OPERATION

6. Select Find on Map (Find on Map). 8. Select OK (OK).

7. Select Select (Select). Ɣ Registration of home is complete.


XRegistering home in a different way
ĺ3
XSetting home as the destination
ĺ3

30
NAVIGATION OPERATION

OPERATION FLOW: GUIDING 3. Select Destination (Destination).


1
THE ROUTE (WITH NAVIGATION
FUNCTION)

QUICK GUIDE
1. Select , or select and then select MAP
(MAP).

4. There are different kinds of methods to search for a


GHVWLQDWLRQ ĺ3

2. Select Menu (Menu).

5. Select Next (Next).

31
NAVIGATION OPERATION

6. Select Go! (Go!). SETTING HOME AS THE


Ɣ Guidance to the destination is displayed on the
screen and can be heard via voice guidance.
DESTINATION (WITH NAVIGATION
FUNCTION)
1. Select , or select and then select MAP
(MAP).

2. Select Menu (Menu).

32
NAVIGATION OPERATION

3. Select Destination (Destination).


1

QUICK GUIDE
4. Select Go Home (Go Home).

5. Select Next (Next).


6. Select Go! (Go!).
Ɣ Guidance to the destination is displayed on the
screen and can be heard via voice guidance.

33
FUNCTION INDEX

FUNCTION INDEX

XMap*
FUNCTION INDEX *: With navigation function

XAudio
Displaying maps Page
Function Page
Viewing the map screen 198
Using the radio 60, 69
Displaying the current position 203
Playing an audio CD or MP3/WMA/AAC disc 78
Changing the scale 204
Playing an SD*1 card 87
Changing the map orientation 205
Playing a USB memory 81 Displaying the estimated travel/arrival time to the
222
destination
Playing an iPod® 84
'LVSOD\LQJWUDI¿FLQIRUPDWLRQ 206
Playing a Bluetooth device 91

Using the aha application 156 Searching for destinations Page

Using the AUX port 94 Searching for the destination 208

TM
Using the MirrorLink application 154

Using the Pandora®*2 application 162

Using the steering wheel audio switches 96

Audio system settings 99

*1: With navigation function


*2: Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.

34
FUNCTION INDEX

XRoute guidance*
*: With navigation function 1
Before starting or during route guidance Page

QUICK GUIDE
Starting route guide 219

Editing the route 227

Viewing the entire route map 223

Adjusting route guidance volume 196

Deleting the destination 228

XUseful functions

Hands-free system (for cellular phone) Page

Registering/connecting Bluetooth phone 176

Making a call on a Bluetooth phone 121

Receiving a call on the Bluetooth phone 126

Voice recognition system Page

Operating the system with your voice 251

35
MEMO

36
2 2

BASIC FUNCTION
37
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

INITIAL SCREEN 2. Select I Agree (I Agree).

INITIAL SCREEN

WARNING
O When the vehicle is stopped with the engine running, always
apply the parking brake for safety.
Ɣ After about 5 seconds, the “CAUTION (CAUTION)”
1. When the ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” screen automatically switches to the next screen.
position, the initial screen will be displayed and the Ɣ With navigation function: Select Language
system will begin operating. (Language) to select a language.
XWith navigation function
3. Select Accept (Accept).

Ɣ After a few seconds, the “CAUTION (CAUTION)”


screen will be displayed.
Ɣ &RQ¿UPWKHHQGXVHUOLFHQVHDJUHHPHQW

38
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

4. Select Next (Next). 6. Change the unit settings if necessary. Select Next
(Next) to continue.

BASIC FUNCTION
Ɣ 7KH ³&RQ¿JXUDWLRQ :L]DUG &RQ¿JXUDWLRQ :L]DUG ´
starts. Ɣ You can change this at any time from “Units and
5. Select the desired language and narrator. Select Next )RUPDWV 8QLWVDQG)RUPDWV ´ ĺ3
(Next) to continue. 7. Change the initial route plan settings if necessary.
Select Next (Next) to continue.

Ɣ When the “TTS Voice (TTS Voice)” mode is selected,


the voice control navigation and street guidance Ɣ You can change this at any time from “Route Settings
can be used. These functions cannot be used when 5RXWH6HWWLQJV ´ ĺ3
the “Natural Voice (Natural Voice)” mode is selected.
Ɣ You can change this at any time from “Sound and
:DUQLQJV 6RXQGDQG:DUQLQJV ´VHWWLQJV ĺ3

39
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

8. Select Finish (Finish). LOADING AND UNLOADING A DISC

LOADING A DISC

CAUTION
O Never try to disassemble or oil any part of the CD player. Do
not insert anything other than a disc into the slot.
Ɣ $IWHU VHWWLQJ XS \RX FDQ UXQ WKH ³&RQ¿JXUDWLRQ
:L]DUG &RQ¿JXUDWLRQ :L]DUG ´ DW DQ\ WLPH IURP 1. Insert a disc into the disc slot.
WKH³6HWWLQJV 6HWWLQJV ´PHQX ĺ3

Ɣ After insertion, the disc is automatically loaded.

NOTE
O &RPSDWLEOH'LVFĺ3
O When inserting a disc, gently insert the disc with the label facing
up.

40
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

UNLOADING A DISC CONNECTING AND


DISCONNECTING A USB MEMORY/
1. Press and remove the disc.
PORTABLE DEVICE
2
CONNECTING A DEVICE

BASIC FUNCTION
The device slot is located in the center at the bottom of the
instrument panel or inside the center console box.
Ɣ Turn on the power of the device if it is not turned on.

NOTE
O &RPSDWLEOH86%PHPRU\ĺ3
NOTE O &RPSDWLEOHL3RGĺ3
O This unit does not support commercially available USB hubs.
O Discs can be unloaded even when the engine switch is turned
O By connecting a device such as a cellular phone, charging starts
off.
depending on the device.

41
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

LOADING AND UNLOADING AN 1. Turn the ignition switch to the “OFF” position.

SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION 2. Open the SD card slot cover.

FUNCTION)

LOADING AN SD CARD

CAUTION
O 3RVLWLRQ WKH 6' FDUG ZLWK WKH ³Ÿ´ PDUN DW WKH IDU HQG DQG
insert it until it clicks into place. When contact is made with the
stopper inside, the card cannot be inserted any further. Do not
try to forcibly push the card. 3. Insert the SD card.
O Do not insert anything other than an SD card into the slot.
O Do not pull the SD card slot cover with force. By doing so, the
SD card slot cover may come off, or be damaged. If the SD
card slot cover comes off, it can be reattached by inserting the
cover clip into the hole.
O Avoid touching the SD card terminals to prevent
contamination. Doing so may cause card read failure.

Ɣ Make sure that the SD card is fully inserted.

42
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

4. Close the SD card slot cover.


UNLOADING AN SD CARD
NOTE
O &RPSDWLEOH6'FDUGĺ3 CAUTION
O You can enjoy music/video by inserting an SD card containing
DXGLR¿OHVDQGRUYLGHR¿OHV ĺ3 O When removing an SD card from the unit, pull it out 2
O <RX FDQ SUHYLHZ LPDJHV SOD\ D VOLGHVKRZ ĺ3  RU VHW DQ horizontally. Do not pull it out upward or downward with force.

BASIC FUNCTION
LPDJH DV WKH VFUHHQ RII LPDJHV ĺ3  E\ LQVHUWLQJ DQ 6' Doing so may damage the SD card.
card containing image data. O Do not remove an SD card during playback. Doing so may
corrupt the data. Please understand that no compensation will
be given for corrupted data.
O Do not pull the SD card slot cover with force. By doing so, the
SD card slot cover may come off, or be damaged. If the SD
card slot cover comes off, it can be reattached by inserting the
cover clip into the hole.
O Avoid touching the SD card terminals to prevent
contamination. Doing so may cause card read failure.

NOTE
O The system is reset and the initial screen appears if the map SD
card is removed during use, however, this is not a malfunction.
The map screen appears again approximately 7 seconds after
reinserting the map SD card.

43
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

1. Turn the ignition switch to the “OFF” position. TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES
2. Open the SD card slot cover.
Operations are performed by touching the touch screen
GLUHFWO\ZLWK\RXU¿QJHU

Operation method Outline Main use

Touch
Changing
Quickly touch
and selecting
and release
various settings
once.

Double Touch
3. Remove the SD card. with one
¿QJHU*1 Enlarging the
Quickly touch scale of the map
and release screen
twice with one
¿QJHU
Double Touch
with two
¿QJHUV*1 Reducing the
Quickly touch scale of the map
and release screen
twice with two
¿QJHUV
Ɣ Press in the SD card until you hear it “click”, let go of
the card, and then pull it straight out.
4. Close the SD card slot cover.

44
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

Operation method Outline Main use Operation method Outline Main use
2 1
Drag* Rotate*
Touch the To change the Changing the
‡Scrolling the
screen with map direction, horizontal
\RXU¿QJHU
lists
rotate with two display angle of
2
‡Scrolling the
and move the ¿QJHUVWRXFKLQJ the map.
map screen*1

BASIC FUNCTION
screen to the the screen.
desired position.
*1: With navigation function
Flick*2 ‡Scrolling the *2: The above operations may not be performed on all screens.
Quickly move main screen
the screen by page NOTE
ÀLFNLQJZLWK\RXU ‡Scrolling the
¿QJHU map screen*1 O Flick operations may not be performed smoothly in high
altitudes.
Pinch*1
Move your two
¿QJHUVIXUWKHU
apart (pinch-
out) to zoom in Changing the
the map. Move scale of the map
\RXUWZR¿QJHUV screen
closer together
(pinch-in) to
zoom out the
map.

45
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION INFO SCREEN OPERATION


This system is operated mainly by the buttons on the
screen. (Referred to as screen buttons in this manual.) REORDERING THE MENU ICONS
Ɣ When a screen button is touched, a beep sounds. Order of the menu icons can be changed.
7KHEHHSVRXQGFDQEHWXUQHGRQRURII ĺ3
1. 'LVSOD\WKH³,1)2 ,1)2 ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
CAUTION 2. Select Reorder (Reorder).
O To prevent damaging the screen, lightly touch the screen
EXWWRQVZLWK\RXU¿QJHU
O 'RQRWXVHREMHFWVRWKHUWKDQ\RXU¿QJHUWRWRXFKWKHVFUHHQ
O :LSHRII¿QJHUSULQWVXVLQJDJODVVFOHDQLQJFORWK'RQRWXVH
chemical cleaners to clean the screen, as they may damage
the touch screen.

NOTE
3. Select the desired menu icon to be moved.
O If the system does not respond to touching a screen button,
PRYH\RXU¿QJHUDZD\IURPWKHVFUHHQDQGWKHQWRXFKLWDJDLQ
O Dimmed screen buttons cannot be operated.
O The displayed image may become darker and moving images
may be slightly distorted when the screen is cold.
O In extremely cold conditions, the map may not be displayed
and the data input by a user may be deleted. Also, the screen
buttons may be harder than usual to depress.
O When is displayed on the screen, select to return
to the previous screen. 4. Select or to move the menu icon, and then
select OK (OK).

46
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

SPLIT SCREEN OPERATION CUSTOMIZING THE SPLIT SCREEN


The split screen can display multiple information screens,
The display items/area on the split screen can be changed.
such as the audio system screen and hands-free screen,
simultaneously. XFrom the split screen 2
The following describes screen operation for the system
1. Select .

BASIC FUNCTION
with navigation function.
1. Press and hold the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob.
2. Split screen is displayed.

XFrom the “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” screen


1. Select Split Screen (Split Screen) on the “SETTINGS
6(77,1*6 ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select the desired area.
Ɣ When a screen is selected, the selected screen will
change to a full-screen display. 3. Select the desired item.
4. Select OK (OK).

NOTE
O When the selected item is already being displayed and another
area is selected for that item, the item that it is replacing will be
displayed in the original item’s location.

47
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

ENTERING LETTERS AND Ɣ On certain letter entry screens, letters can be entered
in upper or lower case.
NUMBERS/LIST SCREEN ‡ : Select to enter in lower case.
OPERATION ‡ : Select to enter in upper case.
Ɣ .H\ERDUGOD\RXWFDQEHFKDQJHG ĺ3
ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS Ɣ The appearance of the keyboard may change or
the input method may be limited depending on
When searching by an address, name, etc., or entering the circumstances where the software keyboard is
data, letters and numbers can be entered via the screen. displayed.

LIST SCREEN OPERATION


When a list is displayed, use the appropriate screen button
to scroll through the list.

No. Function

Select to enter desired characters.

7H[W¿HOG(QWHUHGFKDUDFWHU V ZLOOEHGLVSOD\HG

Select to erase one character. Select and hold to continue


erasing characters.

Select to display the alphabet keys.

Select to display other symbols.

48
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

Icon Function CHARACTER JUMP BUTTONS IN LISTS

Select to skip to the next or previous page.


Some lists contain character screen buttons, ABC (ABC),
Select and hold or to scroll through the
displayed list. DEF (DEF) etc., which allow a direct jump to list entries 2
If appears to the right of an item name, the
that begin with the same letter as the character screen
button.

BASIC FUNCTION
complete name is too long to display.
Select to scroll to the end of the name. 1. Select the desired character jump buttons.
Select to move to the beginning of the name.

SELECTING ALL ITEMS

Some lists contain Select All (Select All). If Select All


(Select All) is selected, it is possible to select all items.
1. Select Select All (Select All).
NOTE
O Every time the same character screen button is selected, the list
starting with the subsequent character is displayed.

Ɣ Unselect All (Unselect All): Unselect all items in the


list.

49
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

SORTING (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) SCREEN ADJUSTMENT


The brightness, contrast, tone and color of the screen can
The order of a list displayed on the screen can be sorted in
be adjusted.
the order of name, distance, detour, etc.
1. Select More (More).
1. Select .

2. Select the desired sorting criteria.

2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS).


3. Select Display (Display).
4. Select the items to be set.

50
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

XVideo (USB video/SD video*)


No. Function
*: With navigation function

Select to adjust the general screen display.

Select to adjust the camera display. 2


Select to adjust the video display.

BASIC FUNCTION
5. Select the desired item to be adjusted.
XGeneral

Screen button Function

Select to darken the screen.


“Brightness
(Brightness)”
Select to brighten the screen.

Select to weaken the contrast of


“Contrast the screen.
XCamera (Contrast)” Select to strengthen the contrast of
the screen.
Select to weaken the tone of the
screen.
“Tone (Tone)”
Select to strengthen the tone of the
screen.
Select to strengthen the red color
R (R) of the screen.
“Color (Color)”
Select to strengthen the green
G (G) color of the screen.

6. Select OK (OK).
51
BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION

CHANGING BETWEEN DAY AND NIGHT


MODE
Depending on the position of the headlight switch, the
screen changes to day or night mode.

NOTE
O If the screen is set to day mode with the headlight switch turned
on, this condition is memorized even with the engine turned off.

52
3 3

AUDIO
53
BASIC OPERATION

BASIC OPERATION

SOME BASICS TURNING THE SYSTEM ON AND OFF


This section describes some of the basic features of the
audio/visual system. Some information may not pertain to
your system.
Your audio/visual system works when the ignition switch is
turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position.

CAUTION
O To prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave
the audio/visual system on longer than necessary when the
engine is not running. “POWER/VOLUME” knob: Press to turn the audio/visual
system on and off. The system turns on in the last mode
used. Turn this knob to adjust the volume.
“AUDIO/TUNE” knob: Press to display screen buttons for
the audio/visual system.
Ɣ A function that enables automatic return to the split
screen from the audio/visual screen can be selected.
ĺ3

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BASIC OPERATION

SELECTING AN AUDIO SOURCE NOTE


O When there are two pages, select or to change the page.
1. Press the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob.
REORDERING THE AUDIO SOURCE

1. Display the “Select Audio Source (Select Audio Source)”


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2. Select Reorder (Reorder).

AUDIO
Ɣ The screen can also be displayed by selecting
followed by AUDIO (AUDIO).
Ɣ If the audio control screen appears, select Source
(Source) on the audio screen or press the “AUDIO/ 3. Select the desired audio source then or to
TUNE” knob again. reorder.
2. Select the desired source.

4. Select OK (OK).

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BASIC OPERATION

SOUND SETTINGS
1. Select Sound (Sound) on the audio control screen.
2. Select the desired screen button.
The following sound quality can be adjusted.
BALANCE:
A good balance of the left and right stereo channels and of
the front and rear sound levels is also important.
Keep in mind that when listening to a stereo recording or
broadcast, changing the right/left balance will increase the
volume of 1 group of sounds while decreasing the volume of
No. Function
another.
Select to adjust the sound balance between the front
EQUALIZER:
and rear speakers.
Equalizer curves set beforehand to match sound quality can Select to adjust the sound balance between the left and
be selected, and curves can be set to your favorite music by right speakers.
adjusting them individually over low to high bands.
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Select to reset the adjusted sound quality.

Select to change to sound quality appropriate for the


music (POP, ROCK, JAZZ) type.

3. Select .

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BASIC OPERATION

ADJUSTING THE SOUND QUALITY Q SAVING THE SOUND QUALITY

You can save the adjusted sound quality settings.


You can adjust the sound quality from the low band to the
high band. 1. Adjust the sound quality.
2. Select EQ1 (EQ1) or EQ2 (EQ2) for 2 seconds or
Q ADJUSTING THE SOUND QUALITY more.
1. On the sound settings screen, select Adjust (Adjust) Ɣ Values cannot be saved for FLAT (FLAT). 3
in “EQ Settings (EQ Settings)”. Q USING A PRESET SOUND QUALITY

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2. Select the sound band that you want to adjust.
1. Select EQ1 (EQ1) or EQ2 (EQ2) to activate the
corresponding preset sound quality.
Ɣ To reset the sound quality, select FLAT (FLAT).
Ɣ This function can also be used at the “EQ Settings
(EQ Settings)”.
Q RESETTING THE EQ CURVE

You can return the adjusted value for the currently stored
3. Select or .
equalizer to its initial value.
Ɣ You can also adjust to the desired level by touching
the screen. 1. Select and hold FLAT (FLAT) for 2 seconds or more.
Ɣ To reset the sound quality, select FLAT (FLAT). Ɣ The adjusted values for the stored EQ1 (EQ1) and
EQ2 (EQ2) are returned to their initial values.

57
BASIC OPERATION

XMirrorLinkTM
AUDIO SCREEN ADJUSTMENT
1. Select Screen Format (Screen Format) on the
The screen size can be selected for each type of media. application list screen.
XUSB video/SD video* 2. Select the desired item to be adjusted.
*: With navigation function

1. Select on the audio control screen.


2. Select Screen Format (Screen Format).
3. Select the desired item to be adjusted.

No. Function

Select to display a screen surrounded by black on all


four sides.
Select to enlarge the image horizontally and vertically to
full screen.
No. Function
Select to enlarge the image horizontally or vertically.
Select to display a screen with either side in black.

Select to enlarge the image horizontally to full screen. NOTE


O The brightness, contrast, tone and color of the audio screen can
Select to enlarge the image by the same ratio
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horizontally and vertically.

58
BASIC OPERATION

VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


1. Press this switch to operate the voice recognition
system.
XType A

AUDIO
XType B

Ɣ The voice recognition system and its list of


FRPPDQGVFDQEHRSHUDWHG ĺ3

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RADIO OPERATION

RADIO OPERATION

AM/FM RADIO No. Function

Select to seek for a station/channel.


Select and hold for continuous seek.
OVERVIEW
XControl screen
Select AM (AM) or FM (FM) on the “Select Audio Source
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XControl panel

<Top screen>

<Option screen>

No. Function No. Function

Turn to adjust volume. Select to scroll the list of preset buttons.


Press to turn the audio system on/off.
Turn to step up/down frequencies. Select to display the option screen.
Press to select an audio mode.

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RADIO OPERATION

No. Function PRESETTING A STATION


Select to display the audio source selection screen. Radio mode has a mix preset function, which can store up
Select to display the cache radio operation buttons. to 36 stations from any of the AM, FM or SiriusXM Satellite
ĺ3 Radio bands.
6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVFUHHQ ĺ3 1. Tune in the desired station.
2. Select (add new) ((add new)). 3
Select to display a list of receivable stations/channels.

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Select to scan for receivable stations/channels.

HD Radio only: Select to store information of the audio


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Select to tune to a preset station/channel.

Select to turn HD Radio mode on/off. When the HD


Radio indicator is off, the station list shows only analog
broadcasts.
Ɣ To change the preset station to a different one, select
and hold the preset station.
Select to display the additional text information. 3. Select Yes  <HV RQWKHFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQ

Analog FM only: Select to display RBDS text messages.


4. Select OK (OK) after setting the new preset station.

NOTE
NOTE O The number of preset radio stations displayed on the screen can
O The radio automatically changes to stereo reception when a EHFKDQJHG ĺ3
stereo broadcast is received.
O The radio automatically blends to an HD Radio signal in AM or
FM where available.

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RADIO OPERATION

SELECTING A STATION FROM THE LIST RADIO BROADCAST DATA SYSTEM


A station list can be displayed. This audio system is equipped with Radio Broadcast Data
Systems (RBDS). RBDS mode allows text messages to be
1. Select .
received from radio stations that utilize RBDS transmitters.
2. FM radio only: Select the desired program genre.
When RBDS is on, the radio can
— only select stations of a particular program type,
— display messages from radio stations,
— search for a stronger signal station.
RBDS features are available only when listening to an FM
station that broadcasts RBDS information and the FM Info
3. Select the desired station and then select OK (OK). (FM Info) indicator is on.

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RADIO OPERATION

SELECTING A DESIRED GENRE REFRESHING THE STATION LIST

1. Select . 1. Select Refresh (Refresh) on the station list screen


2. FM radio only: Select a desired genre of station and and the following screen will be displayed.
select a desired station.
Ɣ The genre list is in the following order:
‡ Classical 3
‡ Country

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‡ Easy Listening
‡ Information
‡ Jazz
Ɣ Cancel Refresh (Cancel Refresh): Select to cancel
‡ News
the refresh.
‡ Oldies
Ɣ Source (Source): Select to change to another audio
‡ Other
source while refreshing.
‡ Pop Music
‡ Religion NOTE
‡ Rock O The audio system sound is muted during refresh operation.
O In some situations, it may take some time to update the station
‡ R&B list.
‡ Sports
‡ Talk
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off.)
‡ Alert (Emergency Alert)

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RADIO OPERATION

TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT (FM RADIO) AVAILABLE HD Radio™ TECHNOLOGY

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automatically located.
1. Select .
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3. 6HOHFWWKHGHVLUHGWUDI¿FSURJUDPVWDWLRQ

NOTE
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program station will be displayed for a while.

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RADIO OPERATION

HD Radio Technology manufactured under license from MULTICAST


iBiquity Digital Corporation. U.S. and Foreign Patents.
HD Radio™ and the HD, HD Radio, and “Arc” logos are
proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp. On the FM radio frequency most digital stations have
“multiple” or supplemental programs on one FM station.
HD Radio™ Technology is the digital evolution of analog
AM/FM radio. Your radio product has a special receiver 1. Select the HD) .
which allows it to receive digital broadcasts (where
available) in addition to the analog broadcasts it already 3
receives. Digital broadcasts have better sound quality than

AUDIO
analog broadcasts as digital broadcasts provide free, crystal
clear audio with no static or distortion. For more information,
and a guide to available radio stations and programming,
refer to www.hdradio.com.
Ɣ Each time the HD) is selected, the channel is
changed.
Ɣ Turning the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob can also select the
desired multicast channel.

Ɣ Digital, CD-quality sound. HD Radio Technology enables


local radio stations to broadcast a clean digital signal. AM
sounds like today’s FM and FM sounds like a CD.

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RADIO OPERATION

NOTE
O The tag information can not be preserved while scanning or
Ɣ FM stations can provide additional digital-only audio caching the radio station.
O If tagging the music information fails, “Saving the HD Radio
programming on HD2/HD3 Channels.
tag was unsuccessful. (Saving the HD Radio tag was
PRESERVING A MUSIC INFORMATION unsuccessful.)” will be displayed on the screen. If this occurs,
tag the information again.
O HD Radio™ stations can be preset.
Tag information in the music broadcasting is preserved in O An orange HD) will be displayed on the screen when in digital.
the system and transmits to an iPod. The HD) ZLOO¿UVWDSSHDULQDJUD\FRORULQGLFDWLQJWKHVWDWLRQLV
1. Select Tag (Tag) to bookmark the music information. indeed (an analog and) a digital station. Once the digital signal is
acquired, the logo will change to a bright orange color.
O The song title and artist name will appear on the screen when
available by the radio station. The radio station can send album
pictures when available.
O As a user works through the analog radio stations, (where
applicable) the radio receiver will automatically tune from an
analog signal to a digital signal within 5 seconds.

2. &RQQHFWDQL3RG ĺ3
Ɣ Turn on the power of the iPod if it is not turned on.
Ɣ Once an iPod is connected, the music tag moves
from the radio into the iPod.
Ɣ When the iPod is connected to iTunes, the “tagged”
information of the songs which were tagged while
listening to the radio can be viewed. Then a user may
decide to purchase the song or CD/Album which had
been listened to on their radio.
Ɣ Up to 50 items of tag information can be stored.

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RADIO OPERATION

CACHING RADIO PROGRAMS

Ɣ Program Service Data: Presents song name, artist, station A radio program can be cached and played back in a time-
IDs, and other relevant data streams. shifted manner.

AUTOMATIC PLAYBACK OF THE CACHE

Ɣ Visual information related to content being played on If the radio broadcast is interrupted by another audio
3
your HD Radio receiver, such as Album Art, historical output, such as an incoming phone call, the system will

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photographs, still art from live broadcasts, among other
automatically cache the interrupted portion and perform
related content.
time-shift playback when the interruption ends. To manually
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Ɣ iTunes® Tagging provides you the opportunity to discover NOTE


a wide range of content and the means to “tag” that O The system can store up to 20 minutes. Cached data will be
content for later review and purchase from the iTunes® erased when the radio mode or station is changed or when the
6WRUH$OVRUHIHUWRWKH$SSOH$XWRPRWLYHVSHFL¿FDWLRQVIRU audio system is turned off.
implementing iTunes® Tagging. O If noise or silence occurs during the caching process, cache-
writing will continue, with the noise or silence recorded as is. In
this case, the cached broadcast will contain the noise or silence
when played back.

67
RADIO OPERATION

PLAYING BACK THE CACHE MANUALLY No. Function

The broadcast cached in the program cache can be played Returns to the live radio broadcast.
back manually. Shows the current playback location relative to the
cached broadcast recording time with a bar scale.
1. 'LVSOD\WKHFDFKHUDGLRRSHUDWLRQEXWWRQV ĺ3
2. Select the desired cache radio operation button.

Ɣ Allows HD Radio receivers to store content (songs/


programs and data) in a buffer. Playback shall start at
any point in the buffer and shall continue until the end of
the buffer or until the user has selected to stop playback.
Live Pause has the ability to store both analog and digital
content in the buffer.

No. Function

Hides the cache operation buttons.

Skips backward 2 minutes.

Fast rewinds continuously.

Plays or pauses the radio broadcast.

Fast forwards continuously.

Skips forward 2 minutes.

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SiriusXM® Satellite Radio XControl screen

OVERVIEW
Select SiriusXM (SiriusXM) on the “Select Audio Source
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XControl panel 3

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<Top screen>

<Option screen>

No. Information/Function

Select to scroll the list of preset buttons.

Select to display the option screen.


No. Function

Turn to adjust volume. Displayed when playing cached programs.


Press to turn the audio system on/off.
Select to display the audio source selection screen.
Turn to step up/down channels.
Press to select an audio mode. Select to display the cache radio operation buttons.
ĺ3
Select to seek for a channel.
Select and hold for continuous seek.

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RADIO OPERATION

No. Information/Function NOTE


O If the ignition switch is turned “OFF” and then set to the “ACC”
6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVFUHHQ ĺ3 or “ON” position when listening to an XL channel, broadcasting
from the XL channel will not begin. If so, the SXM001 channel
6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\DOLVWRIFDWHJRULHV ĺ3 will be broadcast.
O XL channels may include frequent explicit language or mature
Select to search subscribed channels by category. programming.
By turning TuneScan Enable ON with channels
registered in Smart Favorites, Tune Scan (Tune
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Radio
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Select to tune to a preset channel. To listen to a satellite radio broadcast in the vehicle, a
is displayed for channels registered in Smart subscription to the SiriusXM® Satellite Radio service is
Favorites. necessary.
A SiriusXM® Satellite Radio is a tuner designed exclusively
6HOHFWWRWXUQWKH6;0)HDWXUHGRQRII ĺ3
to receive broadcasts provided under a separate
Select to show information such as channel name, song subscription. SiriusXM U.S. satellite and data services
title, and artist name. are available only in the 48 contiguous USA and DC.
6HOHFWWRWXUQWKH7XQH6FDQRQRII ĺ3 SiriusXM satellite service is also available in Canada; see
www.siriusxm.ca.
Select to display the “Edit Favorites (Edit Favorites)”
VFUHHQ ĺ3

6HOHFWWRWXUQWKH7XQH6WDUWRQRII ĺ3

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RADIO OPERATION

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE WARNING


O SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services — Legal Disclaimers and
It is necessary to enter into a separate service agreement Warnings
with SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services in order to receive ‡ Fees and Taxes — Subscription fee, taxes, one time
satellite broadcast programming in the vehicle. Additional activation fee, and other fees may apply. Subscription fee
activation and service subscription fees apply that are not is consumer only. All fees and programming subject to
change.
included in the purchase price of the vehicle and digital
Subscriptions subject to Customer Agreement available 3
satellite tuner.
at www.siriusxm.com. (U.S.A.) or www.siriusxm.ca

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Ɣ For complete information on subscription rates and (Canada) SiriusXM U.S. satellite and data services are
terms, or to subscribe to SiriusXM® Satellite Radio: available only in the 48 contiguous USA and DC. SiriusXM®
Satellite Radio Service is also available in Canada; see
XU.S.A. www.siriusxm.ca.
Refer to www.siriusxm.com or call
Explicit Language Notice — Channels with frequent explicit
1-877-447-0011. language are indicated with an “XL” preceding the channel
XCanada name. Channel blocking is available for SiriusXM® Satellite
Refer to www.siriusxm.ca or call Radio receivers by notifying SiriusXM at;
1-877-209-0079. U.S.A. Customers:
Visit www.siriusxm.com or calling
1-877-447-0011
Canadian Customers:
Visit www.siriusxm.ca or calling
1-877-209-0079

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RADIO OPERATION

CAUTION NOTE
O SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services — Subscription Instructions
O It is prohibited to copy, decompile, disassemble, reverse
‡ For SiriusXM Services requiring a subscription (such as
engineer, hack, manipulate, or otherwise make available any
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services, and some Infotainment &
technology or software incorporated in receivers compatible
data services), the following paragraph shall be included.
with the SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services or that support
the SiriusXM website, the Online Service or any of its content. Required SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services and some
Furthermore, the AMBE® voice compression software included Infotainment & data services monthly subscriptions sold
in this product is protected by intellectual property rights separately after trial period. Subscription fee is consumer only.
including patent rights, copyrights, and trade secrets of Digital All fees and programming subject to change. Subscriptions
Voice Systems, Inc. are subject to the Customer Agreement available at
www.siriusxm.com. SiriusXM U.S. satellite and data services
O Note: this applies to SiriusXM® Satellite Radio receivers only are available only in the 48 contiguous USA and DC.
and not SiriusXM Ready devices. SiriusXM satellite service is also available in Canada; see
www.siriusxm.ca. © 2013 SiriusXM Radio Inc. Sirius, XM
and all related marks and logos are trademarks of SiriusXM
NOTE
Radio Inc. All other marks, channel names and logos are the
O SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services--Descriptions property of their respective owners.
‡ Only SiriusXM® Satellite Radio brings you more of what For more information, program schedules, and to subscribe
you love, all in one place. Get over 175 channels, including or extend subscription after complimentary trial period; more
commercial-free music, plus the best sports, news, talk, information is available at:
comedy and entertainment. Welcome to the world of satellite USA Customers:
radio. More information about SiriusXM® Satellite Radio is Visit www.siriusxm.com or call
available online at www.siriusxm.com (U.S.A.) or 1-877-447-0011
www.siriusxm.ca (Canada).

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RADIO OPERATION

NOTE PRESETTING A CHANNEL


O SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Service is solely responsible for the
quality, availability and content of the satellite radio services 1. Tune in the desired channel.
provided, which are subject to the terms and conditions of the
SiriusXM Satellite Radio customer service agreement. 2. Select (add new) ((add new)).
O Customers should have their radio ID ready; the radio ID can
be found by tuning to “Ch 000” on the radio. For details, see
“DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID” below.
O All fees and programming are the responsibility of SiriusXM® 3
Satellite Radio Services and are subject to change.

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DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID
(DFK 6LULXV;0 WXQHU LV LGHQWL¿HG ZLWK D XQLTXH UDGLR ,' Ɣ To change the preset channel to a different one,
The radio ID is required when activating SiriusXM Satellite select and hold the preset channel.
Services or when reporting a problem. 3. Select Yes  <HV RQWKHFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQ
Ɣ If “Ch 000” is selected using the “AUDIO/TUNE” 4. Select OK (OK) after setting the new preset channel.
knob, the ID code, which is 8 alphanumeric
characters, will be displayed. If another channel is
selected, the ID code will no longer be displayed. The
channel (000) alternates between displaying the radio
,'DQGWKHVSHFL¿FUDGLRFRGH

73
RADIO OPERATION

CACHING RADIO PROGRAMS PLAYING BACK THE CACHE

A radio program can be cached and played back in a time- The broadcast cached in the program cache can be played
shifted manner. back.
The program that is currently being listened to, and channel 1. 'LVSOD\WKHFDFKHUDGLRRSHUDWLRQEXWWRQV ĺ3
programs registered as Smart Favorites can be cached. 2. Select the desired cache radio operation button.

NOTE
O If noise or silence occurs during the caching process, cache-
writing will continue, with the noise or silence recorded as
is. In this case, the cached broadcast will contain the noise or
silence when played back. If reception is poor or radio waves are
disrupted, the caching process will not be performed properly,
and several seconds of silence will be recorded.
O It may not be possible to cache depending on the
broadcasting channel and program (advertising or billboard, etc.) No. Function
being broadcasted.
Hides the cache radio operation buttons.

Select to access the desired program.


Skips back through program.
Fast rewinds continuously.
The fast rewind speed increased the longer the button is
held down.

Plays or pauses the radio broadcast.

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RADIO OPERATION

No. Function TuneStartTM FUNCTION


Fast forwards continuously.
TuneStart begins playing the current program from the
The fast forward speed increased the longer the button
is held down. beginning when tuning to a channel registered in Smart
Favorites, allowing you to enjoy the complete program.
Select to access the desired program.
Skips forward through program. TuneStart is applicable to channels registered in Smart
Returns to the live radio broadcast. )DYRULWHV ĺ3 3
It is necessary to turn on TuneStart at the option screen to

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Shows the current playback location relative to the
cached broadcast recording time with a bar scale. XVHWKLVIXQFWLRQ ĺ3

NOTE NOTE
O The time displayed on the bar scale may differ from the actual O Live radio is broadcast immediately after switching from another
time. mode to SiriusXM mode even if the TuneStart setting is turned
ON. The TuneStart function starts if switching to a channel
registered in Smart Favorites within SiriusXM mode.
REGISTERING A SMART FAVORITE O The TuneStart function is not applicable to programs for which
CHANNEL even a little has been listened to from the start.

The TuneStart and TuneScan functions can be used by


registering preset channels as Smart Favorites. Up to 5
channels can be registered in Smart Favorites.
1. Select Smart Favs Setup (Smart Favs Setup) on the
option screen.
2. Select check boxes for preset channels to be
registered, and then select OK (OK).

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RADIO OPERATION

TuneScanTM FUNCTION SEARCHING BY FEATURED FAVORITES


7XQH6FDQLVDIXQFWLRQXVHGWROLVWHQWRWKH¿UVWVHFRQGV Featured Favorites are a collection of channels that are
of all recorded programs one after another. created by the SiriusXM programming team that are
updated several times throughout the year.
TuneScan is applicable to channels registered in Smart
Favorites, and programs that are currently being listened to. The desired Featured Favorite channel can be selected
ĺ3 IURPWKHOLVWVFUHHQ ĺ3
It is necessary to turn on TuneScan at the option screen to It is necessary to turn on SXM Featured at the option screen
XVHWKLVIXQFWLRQ ĺ3 WROLVWHQWRD)HDWXUHG)DYRULWHFKDQQHO ĺ3
1. Select Tune Scan (Tune Scan).
Ɣ Select Tune Scan (Tune Scan) again when the
SELECTING A CHANNEL FROM THE LIST
desired program is reached to continue playing that 1. Select .
program.
Ɣ If the program of the Featured Favorites bank is
NOTE updated when SXM Featured is on, is displayed. It
will then disappear when selected.
O The TuneScan function is not applicable to the following
program. 2. Select the desired program genre.
‡ Program that has been listened to for 30 seconds or longer
Ɣ Received Featured Favorite channels appear at the
‡ If the start of the program has not been cached
‡ If the cached program is shorter than 45 seconds (However,
very bottom of the list.
this excludes programs that are currently being broadcast.) 3. Select the desired channel and then select OK (OK).
And in addition to the above conditions, the TuneScan function
Ɣ If the Featured Favorites list is selected, Bank
may not work depending on the channel or program.
Information is displayed if More Info (More Info) is
selected.

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RADIO OPERATION

PRESERVING A MUSIC INFORMATION NOTE


O The tag information can not be preserved while scanning or
Tag information in the music broadcasting is preserved in caching the radio program.
the system and transmits to an iPod. O The song title and artist name will appear on the screen when
available by the radio program. The radio program can send
1. Select Tag (Tag) to bookmark the music information. album pictures when available.
O As a user works through the analog radio channels, (where
applicable) the radio receiver will automatically tune from an
analog signal to a digital signal within 5 seconds. 3

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2. &RQQHFWDQL3RG ĺ3
Ɣ Turn on the power of the iPod if it is not turned on.
Ɣ Once an iPod is connected, the music tag moves
from the radio into the iPod.
Ɣ When the iPod is connected to iTunes, the “tagged”
information of the songs which were tagged while
listening to the radio can be viewed. Then a user may
decide to purchase the song or CD/Album which had
been listened to on their radio.
Ɣ Up to 50 items of tag information can be stored.

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MEDIA OPERATION

MEDIA OPERATION

XControl panel
CD

OVERVIEW
The CD operation screen can be reached by the following
methods:
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Ɣ Select DISC (DISC) on the “Select Audio Source
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No. Function

Turn to adjust volume.


Press to turn the audio system on/off.

Press to eject a disc.

Disc slot

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Press to select an audio mode.
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Select and hold to fast forward/rewind.

78
MEDIA OPERATION

XControl screen
No. Function

XAudio CD
Select to enable/disable repeat playback of the track
currently playing.
XMP3/WMA/AAC disc
The repeat method changes as shown below each time
the repeat button is selected.
3
: Repeat playback is disabled.

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<Audio CD>

: The file currently playing will be


repeated.

: The files contained within the folder


currently playing will be repeated.
<MP3/WMA/AAC disc>

No. Function

Displays cover art.


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Select to display the audio source selection screen.

6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVFUHHQ ĺ3

Select to play/pause.

Shows progress.

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No. Function NOTE


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XAudio CD &''$¿OHVFDQEHSOD\HGEDFN
Select to enable/disable random playback for the tracks O If a CD-TEXT disc is inserted, the title of the disc and track will
currently playing on the CD. be displayed. Up to 32 characters can be displayed.
XMP3/WMA/AAC disc O If the disc contains no CD-TEXT, only the track number would be
The random playback method changes as shown below displayed on the screen.
HDFKWLPHWKHVKXIÀHEXWWRQLVVHOHFWHG
: Random playback is disabled.

: The files contained within the folder


currently playing will be played in
random order.
: The files contained on the disc
currently playing will be played in
random order.

XAudio CD
Select to display a track list.
XMP3/WMA/AAC disc
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To return to the top screen, select Now Playing (Now
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Select to choose a folder.

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MEDIA OPERATION

USB MEMORY XControl panel

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While driving, video/slideshow will not be displayed. Only
sound will be output.
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AUDIO
OVERVIEW
The USB Audio/Video playback screen can be reached by
the following methods:
Ɣ &RQQHFWD86%PHPRU\ ĺ3 No. Function
Ɣ Select USB (DEVICE NAME) (USB (DEVICE Turn to adjust volume.
NAME)) on the “Select Audio Source (Select Audio Press to turn the audio system on/off.
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The USB photo playback screen can be reached by the Press to select an audio mode.
following method: 6HOHFWWRVHOHFWD¿OHWUDFN
Select and hold to fast forward/rewind.
Ɣ Select USB (DEVICE NAME) Photo (USB (DEVICE
NAME) Photo) on the “INFO (INFO)” screen.
ĺ3

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MEDIA OPERATION

XControl screen (Audio/Video)


No. Function

The repeat method changes as shown below each time


the repeat button is selected.
: Repeat playback is disabled.

: The file/track currently playing will be


repeated.

<USB Audio> : The files/tracks contained within the


folder/album currently playing will be
repeated.

The random playback method changes as shown below


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<USB Video> : Random playback is disabled.

No. Function
: The files/tracks contained within the
Displays cover art. folder/album currently playing will be
6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\¿OHWUDFNOLVW played in random order.
: The files/tracks contained on the USB
Select to display the audio source selection screen. memory currently playing will be played
in random order.
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Select to play/pause.

Shows progress.

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MEDIA OPERATION

XControl screen (Photo)


No. Function

Select to display the play mode selection screen.


‡“Artists (Artists)”/“Albums (Albums)”/“Songs
(Songs)”/“Genres (Genres)”/“Composers
(Composers)”/“Folder (Folder)”/“Videos (Videos)” are
on the play mode selection screen.
‡Switching between USB audio and USB video is
possible on the play mode selection screen. To 3
return to the top screen, select Now Playing (Now
Playing) on the list screen.

AUDIO
Select to choose the folder.

Select to display the options screen.


The following can be done on the options screen.
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Displays video image.
Select to display full screen video.
No. Function
‡Selecting will also change to full screen.
Select to set slideshow.
‡The slideshow displays the images contained within
the currently selected folder.

Select to set play time of slideshow.

Select to set random playback.

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Select to display the USB photo folder list selection


screen.

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MEDIA OPERATION

WARNING iPod
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CAUTION
O Do not leave your portable player in the car. In particular, high OVERVIEW
temperatures inside the vehicle may damage the portable
player. The iPod operation screen can be reached by the following
O Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to the methods:
portable player while it is connected as this may damage the
portable player or its terminal. Ɣ &RQQHFWDQL3RG ĺ3
O Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage Ɣ Select iPod (DEVICE NAME) (iPod (DEVICE
the portable player or its terminal. NAME)) on the “Select Audio Source (Select Audio
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MEDIA OPERATION

XControl panel XControl screen

AUDIO
No. Function

Turn to adjust volume.


Press to turn the audio system on/off.
Turn to select a track. No. Function
Press to select an audio mode.
Displays cover art.
Select to select a track. Select to display a track list.
Select and hold to fast forward/rewind.
Select to display the audio source selection screen.

6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVFUHHQ ĺ3

Select to play/pause.

Shows progress.

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MEDIA OPERATION

No. Function CAUTION


Select to set repeat playback. O Do not leave your portable player in the car. In particular, high
temperatures inside the vehicle may damage the portable
The random playback method changes as shown below player.
each time the random button is selected. O Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to the
: The tracks contained within the list portable player while it is connected as this may damage the
currently playing will be played in portable player or its terminal.
random order. O Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage
the portable player or its terminal.
: The albums contained within the list
currently playing will be played in
random order.
NOTE
O When an iPod is connected using a genuine iPod cable, the iPod
: Random playback is disabled. starts charging its battery.
O If playing iPod music, perform operation at the system. Certain
Select to display the play mode selection screen. functions may not be available if played directly from the
‡“Artists (Artists)”/“Albums (Albums)”/“Songs iPod. Furthermore, depending on the connected iPod, certain
(Songs)”/“Playlists (Playlists)”/“Genres functions may not be available.
(Genres)”/“Composers (Composers)”/“Audiobooks O Depending on the iPod and the songs in the iPod, iPod cover
(Audiobooks)”/“Podcasts (Podcasts)”/“Videos (Videos)” art may be displayed. This function can be changed to on/
are on the play mode selection screen. RII ĺ3  ,W PD\ WDNH WLPH WR GLVSOD\ L3RG FRYHU DUW DQG
To return to the top screen, select Now Playing (Now the iPod may not be operated while the cover art display is in
Playing) on the list screen. process.
O When an iPod is connected and the audio source is changed to
iPod mode, the iPod will resume playing from the same point it
WARNING was last used.
O Tracks selected by operating a connected iPod may not be
O Do not operate the player’s controls or connect the iPod while recognized or displayed properly.
driving.

86
MEDIA OPERATION

SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION OVERVIEW


FUNCTION)
The SD Audio/Video playback screen can be reached by the
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Ɣ Select microSD (microSD) on the “Select Audio
NOTE 6RXUFH 6HOHFW$XGLR6RXUFH ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 3
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will not be possible to use the navigation function if an SD card following method:
other than the map SD card is inserted in the SD card slot.
O $XGLR YLGHR RU LPDJH ¿OHV VWRUHG RQ WKH PDS 6' FDUG FDQQRW Ɣ Select microSD Photo (microSD Photo) on the
be played. ³,1)2 ,1)2 ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
O While driving, video/slideshow will not be displayed. Only sound
will be output.

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MEDIA OPERATION

XControl panel XControl screen (Audio/Video)

<SD Audio>

No. Function

Turn to adjust volume. <SD Video>


Press to turn the audio system on/off.
7XUQWRVHOHFWD¿OHWUDFN No. Function
Press to select an audio mode.
Displays cover art.
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Select and hold to fast forward/rewind.
Select to display the audio source selection screen.

6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVFUHHQ ĺ3

Select to play/pause.

Shows progress.

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MEDIA OPERATION

No. Function No. Function

The repeat method changes as shown below each time Select to display the play mode selection screen.
the repeat button is selected. ‡ “Artists (Artists)”/“Albums (Albums)”/“Songs
(Songs)”/“Genres (Genres)”/“Composers
: Repeat playback is disabled.
(Composers)”/“Folder (Folder)”/“Videos (Videos)” are
on the play mode selection screen.
‡Switching between SD audio and SD video is possible
: The file/track currently playing will be on the play mode selection screen. To return to the top 3
repeated.
screen, select Now Playing (Now Playing) on the

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list screen.
: The files/tracks contained within the
folder/album currently playing will be Select to choose the folder.
repeated.
Select to display the options screen.
The random playback method changes as shown below The following can be done on the options screen.
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: Random playback is disabled. ‡6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHDXGLRVHWWLQJVVFUHHQ ĺ3
Displays video.
Select to display full screen video.
: The files/tracks contained within the ‡Selecting will also change to full screen.
folder/album currently playing will be
played in random order.
: The files/tracks contained on the SD
card currently playing will be played in
random order.

89
MEDIA OPERATION

XControl screen (Photo)


WARNING
O Do not operate the player’s controls or insertion and pulling
out the SD card while driving.

CAUTION
O Do not insert foreign objects into the SD card slot.

NOTE
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However, the slideshow interval may be longer than when an
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No. Function

Select to set slideshow.


The slideshow displays the images contained within the
currently selected folder.

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Select to set random playback.

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Select to display the microSD photo folder list selection


screen.

90
MEDIA OPERATION

Bluetooth AUDIO XControl panel

The Bluetooth audio system enables users to enjoy listening


to music that is played on a portable player on the vehicle
speakers via wireless communication.
This audio system supports Bluetooth, a wireless data
system capable of playing portable audio music without
3
cables. If your device does not support Bluetooth, the
Bluetooth audio system will not function.

AUDIO
OVERVIEW
Select Bluetooth Audio (Bluetooth Audio) on the “Select No. Function
$XGLR6RXUFH 6HOHFW$XGLR6RXUFH ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
Turn to adjust volume.
Depending on the type of portable player connected, some Press to turn the audio system on/off.
functions may not be available and/or the screen may look Turn to select a track.
differently than shown in this manual. Press to select an audio mode.
Select to select a track.
Select and hold to fast forward/rewind.

91
MEDIA OPERATION

XControl screen
No. Function

Select to enable/disable repeat playback of the track


currently playing.
Select to enable/disable random playback for the tracks
currently playing on the Bluetooth audio device.
Select to display the playlist screen.
To return to the top screen, select Now Playing (Now
Playing) on the list screen.
Select to display the portable device connection screen.
ĺ3
Displays cover art.
Select to display a track list.

No. Function

Select to display the audio source selection screen.

6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVVFUHHQ ĺ3

Select to play/pause.

Shows progress.

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MEDIA OPERATION

WARNING NOTE
O Do not operate the player’s controls or connect to the O Depending on the Bluetooth device that is connected to the
Bluetooth audio system while driving. system, the music may start playing when selecting while
O <RXUDXGLRXQLWLV¿WWHGZLWK%OXHWRRWKDQWHQQDV3HRSOHZLWK it is paused. Conversely, the music may pause when selecting
implantable cardiac pacemakers, cardiac resynchronization while it is playing.
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O In the following conditions, the system may not function:
should maintain a reasonable distance between themselves
‡ The Bluetooth device is turned off.
and the Bluetooth antennas. The radio waves may affect the
‡ The Bluetooth device is not connected.
3
operation of such devices.
‡ The Bluetooth device has a low battery.

AUDIO
O Before using Bluetooth devices, users of any electrical O It may take time to connect the phone when Bluetooth audio is
medical device other than implantable cardiac pacemakers, being played.
cardiac resynchronization therapy-pacemakers or implantable O For operating the portable player, see the instruction manual that
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of the device for information about its operation under the O If the Bluetooth device is disconnected due to poor reception
LQÀXHQFHRIUDGLRZDYHV5DGLRZDYHVFRXOGKDYHXQH[SHFWHG from the Bluetooth network when the ignition switch is turned
effects on the operation of such medical devices. to the “ACC” or “ON” position, the system will automatically
reconnect to the portable player.
O If the Bluetooth device is disconnected on purpose, such as it
CAUTION was turned off, this does not happen. Reconnect the portable
player manually.
O Do not leave your portable player in the vehicle. In particular, O Bluetooth device information is registered when the Bluetooth
high temperatures inside the vehicle may damage the portable device is connected to the Bluetooth audio system. When
player. selling or disposing of the vehicle, remove the Bluetooth audio
LQIRUPDWLRQIURPWKHV\VWHP ĺ3

93
MEDIA OPERATION

CONNECTING A Bluetooth DEVICE AUX


To use the Bluetooth audio system, it is necessary to
OVERVIEW
register a Bluetooth device with the system.
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1. Select Select Device (Select Device) on the Bluetooth methods:
audio control screen. Ɣ &RQQHFWDSRUWDEOHDXGLRGHYLFH ĺ3
2. )RUPRUHLQIRUPDWLRQĺ3 Ɣ Select AUX (AUX) on the “Select Audio Source
XSelecting a registered device 6HOHFW$XGLR6RXUFH ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
1. Select Select Device (Select Device) on the Bluetooth XControl panel
audio control screen.
2. )RUPRUHLQIRUPDWLRQĺ3

No. Function

Turn to adjust volume.


Press to turn the audio system on/off.

Press to select an audio mode.

94
MEDIA OPERATION

XControl screen
WARNING
O Do not operate the player’s controls or connect the portable
audio device while driving.

CAUTION
O Do not leave portable audio device in the vehicle. The
3
temperature inside the vehicle may become high, resulting in
damage to the player.

AUDIO
O Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to
the portable audio device while it is connected as this may
damage the portable audio device or its terminal.
O Do not insert foreign objects into the port as this may damage
the portable audio device or its terminal.

No. Function

Select to display the audio source selection screen.

6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVFUHHQ ĺ3

95
AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS

AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS

STEERING SWITCHES No. Switch

Some parts of the audio/visual system can be adjusted “+/-” switch


using the switches on the steering wheel.
“ / ” switch
XType A
Mute/enter switch

Back switch

List switch

“Source” switch

X“+/-” switch

Mode Operation Function


XType B
Press Volume up/down
Volume
Press and hold Volume up/down continuously

List screen Press Cursor up/down

96
AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS

X“ / ” switch XMute/enter switch

Mode Operation Function Mode Operation Function

Press Preset channel up/down Except list


AM/FM Radio, Press Mute/unmute
screen
SiriusXM®
Press and hold Seek up/down continuously
List screen Press Select cursor entry
Press Content up/down
XBack switch 3
Rewind the current content

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aha
item for 15 seconds/ Fast Mode Operation Function
Press and hold
forward the current content
item for 30 seconds Return to the previous screen
Press when is displayed on
Audio CD, MP3/ Press 6HOHFWDWUDFN¿OH
WMA/AAC disc, All the screen.
SD*1,USB, iPod, Return to the “HOME
Press and hold Fast forward/rewind Press and hold
Bluetooth audio (HOME)” screen
Press Track up (“ ”only)
XList switch
Pandora*2
Press and hold Thumbs up/down
Mode Operation Function
List screen Press Cursor left/right
Audio screen,
*1: With navigation function
Navigation* Press Show list screen
2
screen
* : Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
*: With navigation function

97
AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS

X“Source” switch

Mode Operation Function

All Press Change audio modes

NOTE
O In the aha, Pandora* and SUBARU STARLINK mode, some
operation may be done on the screen depend on the selected
APPS.
*: Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.

98
SETUP

SETUP

AUDIO SETTINGS AUDIO SETTINGS SCREEN


Detailed audio settings can be programmed.
1. Select .
3

AUDIO
2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS).
3. Select Audio (Audio).
4. Select the items to be set.
No. Function Page

Select to specify the sound settings. 56

Select to change the number of preset radio


100
stations/channels displayed on the screen.

99
SETUP

No. Function Page DISPLAYING THE “Audio Settings (Audio


Settings)” SCREEN IN A DIFFERENT WAY
Select to specify the iPod/SD*/USB auto play
-
settings on/off.
XUSB video/SD video*
Select to specify the iPod sound signal input *: With navigation function
101
settings.
1. Select on the audio control screen.
Unsupported. -
2. Select Settings (Settings).
Select to specify cover art settings on/off. - SETTING THE NUMBER OF RADIO PRESETS
Select to specify automatic sound levelizer
101
settings. 1. Display the “Audio Settings (Audio Settings)” screen.
ĺ3
Select to enable cache radio. -
2. Select Number of Radio Presets (Number of Radio
Select to reset all setup items. - Presets).
*: With navigation function 3. Select the button with the desired number to be
displayed.

100
SETUP

iPod SETTINGS

1. Display the “Audio Settings (Audio Settings)” screen.


ĺ3
2. Select iPod Sound Input (iPod Sound Input).
3. Select a screen button for the desired setting.
3
AUTOMATIC SOUND LEVELIZER (ASL)

AUDIO
The system adjusts to the optimum volume and tone quality
according to vehicle speed to compensate for increased
vehicle noise.
1. Display the “Audio Settings (Audio Settings)” screen.
ĺ3
2. Select Automatic Sound Levelizer (Automatic Sound
Levelizer).
3. Select High (High), Mid (Mid), Low (Low), or Off
(Off).

101
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

OPERATING INFORMATION RADIO

CAUTION Usually, a problem with radio reception does not mean there
is a problem with the radio — it is just the normal result of
O To avoid damage to the audio/visual system:
conditions outside the vehicle.
‡ Be careful not to spill beverages over the audio/visual
system. For example, nearby buildings and terrain can interfere
‡ Do not put anything other than an appropriate disc into the with FM reception. Power lines or phone wires can interfere
disc slot. with AM signals. And of course, radio signals have a limited
‡ Do not insert anything other than an SD card into the SD range. The farther the vehicle is from a station, the weaker
card slot.
its signal will be. In addition, reception conditions change
constantly as the vehicle moves.
NOTE
Here, some common reception problems that probably do
O The use of a cellular phone inside or near the vehicle may cause
a noise from the speakers of the audio/visual system which you not indicate a problem with the radio are described.
are listening to. However, this does not indicate a malfunction.

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TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

FM AM

Fading and drifting stations: Generally, the effective range )DGLQJ $0 EURDGFDVWV DUH UHÀHFWHG E\ WKH XSSHU
of FM is about 25 miles (40 km). Once outside this range, DWPRVSKHUH ² HVSHFLDOO\ DW QLJKW 7KHVH UHÀHFWHG VLJQDOV
you may notice fading and drifting, which increase with can interfere with those received directly from the radio
the distance from the radio transmitter. They are often station, causing the radio station to sound alternately strong
accompanied by distortion. and weak.
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2 signals to reach the vehicle’s antenna at the same time. If received directly from a radio station are very nearly the

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this happens, the signals will cancel each other out, causing same frequency, they can interfere with each other, making
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by buildings, trees or other large objects. Increasing the noise, such as high tension power lines, lightening or
EDVVOHYHOPD\UHGXFHVWDWLFDQGÀXWWHULQJ electrical motors. This results in static.
Station swapping: If the FM signal being listened to is SiriusXM®
interrupted or weakened, and there is another strong station
nearby on the FM band, the radio may tune in the second
station until the original signal can be picked up again. Ɣ Cargo loaded on the roof luggage carrier, especially
metal objects, may adversely affect the reception of
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio.
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appropriate authorization may invalidate the user’s
right to operate the equipment.

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TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

Ɣ Use only discs marked as shown above. The


CD PLAYER AND DISC following products may not be playable on your
player:
Ɣ Extremely high temperatures can keep the CD player
from working. On hot days, use the air conditioning ‡ SACD
system to cool the inside of the vehicle before using ‡ dts CD
the player. ‡ Copy-protected CD
Ɣ Bumpy roads or other vibrations may make the CD ‡ Video CD
player skip.
XSpecial shaped discs
Ɣ If moisture gets into the CD player, the discs may
not be able to be played. Remove the discs from the
player and wait until it dries.

WARNING
O CD players use an invisible laser beam which could cause
hazardous radiation exposure if directed outside the unit. Be
sure to operate the player correctly.

XTransparent/translucent discs

Audio CDs

104
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

XLow quality discs


CAUTION
O Do not use special shaped, transparent/translucent,
low quality or labeled discs such as those shown in the
illustrations. The use of such discs may damage the player, or
it may be impossible to eject the disc.
O This system is not designed for use of Dual Discs. Do not use
Dual Discs because they may cause damage to the player.
O Do not use discs with a protection ring. The use of such discs 3
may damage the player, or it may be impossible to eject the

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disc.
O Do not use printable discs. The use of such discs may
XLabeled discs damage the player, or it may be impossible to eject the disc.

Correct Wrong

Ɣ Handle discs carefully, especially when inserting


them. Hold them on the edge and do not bend them.
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shiny side.

105
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

Ɣ Dirt, scratches, warping, pin holes or other disc CD-R/RW DISCS


damage could cause the player to skip or to repeat a
section of a track. (To see a pin hole, hold the disc up
to the light.) Ɣ CD-R/CD-RW discs that have not been subject to
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Ɣ Remove discs from the players when not in use. to be played on a conventional CD player) cannot be
Store them in their plastic cases away from moisture, played.
heat and direct sunlight.
Ɣ It may not be possible to play CD-R/CD-RW discs
recorded on a music CD recorder or a personal
computer because of disc characteristics, scratches
or dirt on the disc, or dirt, condensation, etc. on the
lens of the unit.
Ɣ It may not be possible to play discs recorded on a
personal computer depending on the application
settings and the environment. Record with the
correct format. (For details, contact the appropriate
application manufacturers of the applications.)
Ɣ CD-R/CD-RW discs may be damaged by direct
To clean a disc: Wipe it with a soft, lint-free cloth that has
exposure to sunlight, high temperatures or other
been dampened with water. Wipe in a straight line from
storage conditions. The unit may be unable to play
the center to the edge of the disc (not in circles). Dry it
some damaged discs.
with another soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use a conventional
record cleaner or anti-static device. Ɣ If you insert a CD-RW disc into the player, playback
will begin more slowly than with a conventional CD or
CD-R disc.
Ɣ Recordings on CD-R/CD-RW cannot be played using
the DDCD (Double Density CD) system.

106
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

Ɣ iPod nano (7th generation)


USB MEMORY
Ɣ iPod nano (6th generation)
Ɣ USB communication formats: USB 2.0 HS (480 Ɣ iPod nano (5th generation)
Mbps) and FS (12 Mbps) Ɣ iPod nano (4th generation)
Ɣ File formats: FAT 16/32 Ɣ iPod nano (3rd generation)
Ɣ Correspondence class: Mass storage class Ɣ iPod nano (2nd generation)*
Ɣ iPod nano (1st generation)* 3
iPod Ɣ iPhone 5

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The following iPod®, iPod nano®, iPod classic®, iPod Ɣ iPhone 4S
touch® and iPhone® devices can be used with this system. Ɣ iPhone 4*
Made for Ɣ iPhone 3GS*
Ɣ iPod touch (5th generation) Ɣ iPhone 3G*
Ɣ iPod touch (4th generation) Ɣ iPhone*
Ɣ iPod touch (3rd generation)* *: The voice recognition system not supported
Ɣ iPod touch (2nd generation)* Ɣ Depending on differences between models or
Ɣ iPod touch (1st generation)* software versions etc., some models might be
incompatible with this system.
Ɣ iPod classic
Ɣ iPod video is not supported.
Ɣ iPod with video*
Ɣ For USA customers, please visit www.subaru.com for
details. Outside of the USA customers, contact your
local dealer to arrange a demonstration in order to
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the vehicle.

107
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) CORRESPONDING SAMPLING FREQUENCY


(Audio)
SD cards that are marked as follows can be used.

File type Frequency (kHz)

03¿OHV
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MPEG 1 LAYER 3
played.
03¿OHV
Ɣ Multi Media Cards (MMC) cannot be used. 16/22.05/24
MPEG 2 LSF LAYER 3
Ɣ Supported capacity: Maximum 32 GB
:0$¿OHV
Ɣ Bumpy roads or other vibrations may make the SD 32/44.1/48
Ver. 7, 8, 9 (9.1/9.2)
player skip.
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MPEG4/AAC-LC 32/44.1/48
FILE INFORMATION
CORRESPONDING BIT RATES (Audio)
COMPATIBLE COMPRESSED FILES (Audio)

File type Bit rate (kbps)


Item USB/SD* DISC
03¿OHV03(*/$<(5 32 - 320
&RPSDWLEOH¿OH
MP3/WMA/AAC 03¿OHV
format 8 - 160
MPEG 2 LSF LAYER 3
Folders in the
Maximum 3000 Maximum 192
device :0$¿OHV9HU CBR 48 - 192

Files in the device Maximum 9999 Maximum 255 :0$¿OHV9HU  CBR 48 - 320

Files per folder Maximum 255 — $$&¿OHV03(*$$&/& 16 - 320


*: With navigation function

108
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

Ɣ The player is compatible with VBR (Variable Bit Rate). Ɣ :0$$$& ¿OHV FDQ FRQWDLQ D :0$$$& WDJ WKDW LV
Ɣ MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3), WMA (Windows Media used in the same way as an ID3 tag. WMA/AAC tags
Audio) and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) are audio carry information such as track title and artist name.
compression standards. Ɣ 7KLV V\VWHP FDQ SOD\ EDFN $$& ¿OHV HQFRGHG E\
Ɣ 7KLV V\VWHP FDQ SOD\ 03:0$$$& ¿OHV RQ &'5 iTunes.
CD-RW discs, USB memory, SD card*, and Bluetooth Ɣ 7KH VRXQG TXDOLW\ RI 03:0$ ¿OHV JHQHUDOO\
device. improves with higher bit rates. In order to achieve a
*: With navigation function reasonable level of sound quality, discs recorded with 3
Ɣ This system can play disc recordings compatible with a bit rate of at least 128 kbps are recommended.

AUDIO
ISO 9660 level 1 and level 2 and with the Romeo and Ɣ The MP3/WMA player does not play back MP3/
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Ɣ :KHQ QDPLQJ DQ 03:0$$$& ¿OH DGG DQ data transfer (UDF format). Discs should be recorded
DSSURSULDWH¿OHH[WHQVLRQ PSZPDPD  using “pre-mastering” software rather than packet-
write software.
Ɣ 7KLV V\VWHP SOD\V EDFN ¿OHV ZLWK PSZPDPD
¿OH H[WHQVLRQV DV 03:0$$$& ¿OHV UHVSHFWLYHO\ Ɣ M3u playlists are not compatible with the audio
To prevent noise and playback errors, use the device.
DSSURSULDWH¿OHH[WHQVLRQ Ɣ MP3i (MP3 interactive) and MP3PRO formats are not
Ɣ 7KLV V\VWHP FDQ SOD\ RQO\ WKH ¿UVW VHVVLRQ ZKHQ compatible with the audio device.
using multi-session compatible CDs. Ɣ :KHQ SOD\LQJ EDFN ¿OHV UHFRUGHG DV 9%5 9DULDEOH
Ɣ 03 ¿OHV DUH FRPSDWLEOH ZLWK WKH ,' 7DJ 9HU  %LW 5DWH  ¿OHV WKH SOD\ WLPH ZLOO QRW EH FRUUHFWO\
Ver. 1.1, Ver. 2.2 and Ver. 2.3 formats. This system displayed if the fast forward or rewind operations are
cannot display disc title, track title and artist name in used.
other formats. Ɣ It is not possible to check folders that do not include
03:0$$$&¿OHV

109
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

Ɣ 03:0$$$& ¿OHV LQ IROGHUV XS WR  OHYHOV GHHS


can be played. However, the start of playback may be
delayed when using discs containing numerous levels
of folders. For this reason, we recommend creating
discs with no more than 2 levels of folders.

001.mp3
002.wma
Folder 1
003.mp3
Folder 2
004.mp3
005.wma
Folder 3
006.m4a

Ɣ The play order of the compact disc with the structure


shown above is as follows:
001.mp3 002.wma . . . 006.m4a

Ɣ The order changes depending on the personal


computer and MP3/WMA/AAC encoding software you
use.

110
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

COMPATIBLE COMPRESSED FILES (Video)

XVideo Codec

File Type 3UR¿OH

‡6LPSOH3UR¿OH
WMV
WMV9 ‡0DLQ3UR¿OH
AVI
‡$GYDQFHG3UR¿OH
3
AVI ‡6LPSOH3UR¿OH

AUDIO
MPEG4
MPEG4 ‡$GYDQFHG6LPSOH3UR¿OH
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MPEG4
‡+LJK3UR¿OH

XAudio Codec

Corresponding Sampling
File Type Corresponding Bit Rates (kbps) Channel Mode
Frequency (kHz)
Stereo
WMV
MPEG1 Layer3: 32/44.1/48 MPEG1 Layer3: 32-320 Joint Stereo
MP3 AVI
MPEG2 LSF Layer3: 16/22.05/24 MPEG2 LSF Layer3: 8-160 Dual Channel
MPEG4
Monaural
WMV Ver. 7/8: 48-192
WMA Ver.7/8/9 32/44.1/48 Stereo
AVI Ver. 9 (9.1/9.2): 48-320
AVI Stereo
AAC 11.025/16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48 16-320
MPEG4 Monaural

Ɣ The player is compatible with VBR (Variable Bit Rate).

111
TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM

TERMS WMA TAG

PACKET WRITE Ɣ :0$¿OHVFDQFRQWDLQD:0$WDJWKDWLVXVHGLQWKH


same way as an ID3 tag. WMA tags carry information
such as track title and artist name.
Ɣ This is a general term that describes the process of
writing data on-demand to CD-R, etc., in the same ISO 9660 FORMAT
ZD\WKDWGDWDLVZULWWHQWRÀRSS\RUKDUGGLVFV
ID3 TAG Ɣ This is the international standard for the formatting of
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there are 2 levels of regulations.
Ɣ This is a method of embedding track-related
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can include the track number, track title, the artist’s QDPHV ZLWK D  FKDUDFWHU ¿OH H[WHQVLRQ )LOH QDPHV
name, the album title, the music genre, the year of must be composed of one-byte capital letters and
production, comments, cover art and other data. The numbers. The “_” symbol may also be included.)
contents can be freely edited using software with ID3 Ɣ /HYHO7KH¿OHQDPHFDQKDYHXSWRFKDUDFWHUV
tag editing functions. Although tags are restricted to a LQFOXGLQJWKHVHSDUDWLRQPDUN³´DQG¿OHH[WHQVLRQ 
certain number of characters, the artist name, track Each folder must contain fewer than 8 hierarchies.
title, and album title can be viewed when the track is
played back.

112
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m3u AAC

Ɣ Playlists created using “WINAMP” software have a Ɣ AAC is short for Advanced Audio Coding and refers to
SOD\OLVW¿OHH[WHQVLRQ PX  an audio compression technology standard used with
MPEG2 and MPEG4.
MP3

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by a working group (MPEG) of the ISO (International
Standard Organization). MP3 compresses audio data

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to about 1/10 the size of that on conventional discs.
WMA

Ɣ WMA (Windows Media Audio) is an audio


compression format developed by Microsoft®. It
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8 and 9.
Ɣ This product is protected by certain intellectual
property rights of Microsoft Corporation and third
parties. Use or distribution of such technology outside
of this product is prohibited without a license from
Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary and
third parties.

113
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114
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PHONE
115
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

QUICK REFERENCE Function Page

The phone top screen can be used to make a phone call. To Registering/connecting Bluetooth phone 176
display the hands-free operation screen, select and
Calling on the Bluetooth phone 121
then select PHONE (PHONE), select *, or press Phone
operation
the switch on the steering wheel. Receiving on the Bluetooth phone 126

Several functions are available to operate on each screen Talking on the Bluetooth phone 127
that is displayed by selecting the 4 tabs.
Message Using the Bluetooth phone message
*: Without navigation function 130
function function

Phone settings 136


Setting up
a phone
Bluetooth settings 181

116
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

SOME BASICS CAUTION


The hands-free system enables calls to be made and O Do not leave your cellular phone in the vehicle. The
received without having to take your hands off the steering temperature inside may rise to a level that could damage the
phone.
wheel.
This system supports Bluetooth. Bluetooth is a wireless NOTE
data system that enables cellular phones to be used without O If your cellular phone does not support Bluetooth, this system
being connected by a cable or placed in a cradle. cannot function. Certain functions may not be available
depending on the type of cellular phone.
The operating procedure of the phone is explained here. O In the following conditions, the system may not function:
‡ The cellular phone is turned off. 4
‡ The current position is outside the communication area.
WARNING

PHONE
‡ The cellular phone is not connected.
O While driving, do not use a cellular phone or connect the ‡ The cellular phone has a low battery.
Bluetooth phone. O When using the hands-free function and other Bluetooth
functions at the same time, the following problems may occur:
O <RXUDXGLRXQLWLV¿WWHGZLWK%OXHWRRWKDQWHQQDV3HRSOHZLWK
‡ The Bluetooth connection may be cut.
implantable cardiac pacemakers, cardiac resynchronization
WKHUDS\SDFHPDNHUV RU LPSODQWDEOH FDUGLRYHUWHU GH¿EULOODWRUV ‡ Noise may be heard when playing back voice with the
should maintain a reasonable distance between themselves Bluetooth function.
and the Bluetooth antennas. The radio waves may affect the O The other party’s voice will be heard from the front speakers.
operation of such devices. The audio/visual system will be muted during phone calls or
when hands-free voice commands are used.
O Before using Bluetooth devices, users of any electrical O Talk alternately with the other party on the phone. If both parties
medical device other than implantable cardiac pacemakers, speak at the same time, the other party may not hear what has
cardiac resynchronization therapy-pacemakers or implantable been said. (This is not a malfunction.)
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of the device for information about its operation under the
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effects on the operation of such medical devices.

117
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

NOTE USING THE PHONE SWITCH/MICROPHONE


O Keep call volume down. Otherwise, the other party’s voice
may be audible outside the vehicle and voice echo may XSteering switch
increase. When talking on the phone, speak clearly towards the
By pressing the phone switch, a call can be received or
microphone.
O The other party may not hear you clearly when: ended without taking your hands off the steering wheel.
‡ 'ULYLQJRQDQXQSDYHGURDG 0DNLQJH[FHVVLYHWUDI¿FQRLVH
Ɣ Type A
‡ Driving at high speeds.
‡ Driving with a window open.
‡ When air from the ventilator blows directly toward the
microphone.
‡ The sound of the air conditioning fan is loud.
‡ There is a negative effect on sound quality due to the phone
and/or network being used.

REGISTERING/CONNECTING A Bluetooth
PHONE
To use the hands-free system for cellular phones, it is Ɣ Type B
necessary to register a cellular phone with the system.
ĺ3

Bluetooth PHONE CONDITION DISPLAY

The condition of the Bluetooth phone appears on the upper


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118
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

Volume control switch


VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM
Ɣ Press the “+” side to increase the volume.
Ɣ Press the “-” side to decrease the volume. Press this switch to operate the voice recognition system.
Off hook switch XType A
On hook switch
XMicrophone
The microphone is built into the map light slits.

PHONE
XType B

Ɣ The voice recognition system and its list of


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119
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

ABOUT THE CONTACTS IN THE CONTACT WHEN SELLING OR DISPOSING OF THE


LIST VEHICLE
Ɣ The following data is stored for every registered A lot of personal data is registered when the hands-free
phone. When another phone is connected, the system is used. When selling or disposing of the vehicle,
following registered data cannot be read: LQLWLDOL]HWKHGDWD ĺ3
‡ Contact data
Ɣ The following data in the system can be initialized:
‡ Call history data
‡ Contact data
‡ Speed dial data
‡ Call history data
‡ Image data
‡ Speed dial data
‡ All phone settings
‡ Image data
‡ Message settings
‡ All phone settings
NOTE ‡ Message settings
O When a phone’s registration is deleted, the above-mentioned
data is also deleted. NOTE
O Once initialized, the data and settings will be erased. Pay close
attention when initializing the data.

120
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

CALLING ON THE Bluetooth XWith navigation function

PHONE 1. Select .

After a Bluetooth phone has been registered, a call can


be made using the hands-free system. There are several
methods by which a call can be made, as described below.
XWithout navigation function
1. Select .

PHONE
2. Select PHONE (PHONE).
3. Select the desired tab to call from.

2. Select the desired tab to call from.

Ɣ The phone top screen can be displayed by pressing


the switch on the steering wheel.

121
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

How to make a call list Page BY SPEED DIAL LIST


By speed dial list 122 Calls can be made using registered contacts which can be
VHOHFWHGIURPDFRQWDFWOLVW ĺ3
By call history 123
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
By contacts list 124
2. Select the Speed Dial (Speed Dial) tab and then
By dial pad*1 125 select the desired contact.
By e-mail/SMS/MMS 134

By POI call*2 199

By off hook switch 125

By voice recognition system 254

By split screen 126


3. Select the desired number.
1
* : The operation cannot be performed while driving. 4. Check that the “Call (Call)” screen is displayed.
*2: With navigation function

122
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

XWhen is selected
BY CALL HISTORY
3. Check that the “Call (Call)” screen is displayed.
Up to 30 of the latest call history items (missed, incoming XWhen the desired contact is selected
and outgoing) can be selected from the Call History (Call 3. Select corresponding to the desired number to call.
History) tab.
4. Check that the “Call (Call)” screen is displayed.
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
NOTE
2. Select the Call History (Call History) tab and then
O When making a call to the same number continuously, only the
select or the desired contact. most recent call is listed in call history.
O When a phone number registered in the contact list is received, 4
the name is displayed.
O International phone calls may not be made depending on the

PHONE
type of cellular phone you have.
O The list should group together consecutive entries with the same
phone number and same call type. For example, two calls from
Kay Rowles’s mobile would be displayed as follows: Kay Rowles
(2)

Ɣ The icons of call type are displayed.


‡ : Missed call
‡ : Incoming call
‡ : Outgoing call

123
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

BY CONTACTS LIST WHEN THE CONTACT IS EMPTY

Calls can be made by using contact data which is Q FOR PBAP COMPATIBLE Bluetooth PHONES
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When “Automatic Contact/History Transfer (Automatic
Up to 2500 contacts (maximum of 4 phone numbers and Contact/History Transfer)” is set to on, contacts are
e-mail addresses per contact) can be registered in the WUDQVIHUUHGDXWRPDWLFDOO\ ĺ3
contact list.
Q FOR OPP COMPATIBLE Bluetooth PHONES
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
Contacts can be transferred or added manually.
2. Select the Contacts (Contacts) tab and then select the
desired contact. To transfer, select Update Contacts from Phone (Update
Contacts from Phone) at the “Contact/Call History Settings
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To add, select New Contact (New Contact) at the
“Contact/Call History Settings (Contact/Call History
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3. Select the desired number.


4. Check that the “Call (Call)” screen is displayed.

124
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

BY DIAL PAD BY OFF HOOK SWITCH


1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3 Calls can be made using the latest call history item.
2. Select the Dial Pad (Dial Pad) tab and enter the phone 1. Press the switch on the steering wheel to display
number. the phone top screen.
2. Press the switch on the steering wheel to display
the “Call History (Call History)” screen.
3. Press the switch on the steering wheel to call the
latest history item. 4
4. Check that the “Call (Call)” screen is displayed.

PHONE
3. Select or press the switch on the steering
wheel.
4. Check that the “Call (Call)” screen is displayed.

NOTE
O Depending on the type of Bluetooth phone being connected, it
may be necessary to perform additional steps on the phone.

125
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

BY SPLIT SCREEN RECEIVING ON THE Bluetooth


PHONE
1. 'LVSOD\WKHVSOLWVFUHHQ ĺ3

INCOMING CALLS
When a call is received, the incoming call screen is
displayed with a sound.
1. Select or press the switch on the steering
wheel to talk on the phone.
2. Select the desired contact.
REGISTERING A NEW CONTACT

1. Select and hold the screen button to add a contact.


2. Select the desired contact.
3. Select the desired number.
To refuse to receive the call: Select or press the
switch on the steering wheel.
To put on hold: Select and hold , or press and hold
the switch on the steering wheel.
To adjust the volume of a received call: Turn the
“POWER/VOLUME” knob, or use the volume control switch
on the steering wheel.

126
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

NOTE TALKING ON THE Bluetooth PHONE


O During international phone calls, the other party’s name or
number may not be displayed correctly depending on the type of
While talking on the phone, this screen is displayed. The
cellular phone you have. operations outlined below can be performed on this screen.
O 7KHLQFRPLQJFDOOGLVSOD\PRGHFDQEHVHW ĺ3
O The ringtone that has been set in the “Sound Settings (Sound
Settings)” screen sounds when there is an incoming call.
Depending on the type of Bluetooth phone, both the system and
Bluetooth phone may sound simultaneously when there is an
LQFRPLQJFDOO ĺ3

PHONE
No. Function Page

Select to display the dial pad to send tones. 125

Select to mute your voice to the other party. -

Select to change handset modes between


-
hands-free and cellular phone.
Select to adjust your voice volume that the
129
other party hears from their speaker.

127
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

No. Function Page SENDING TONES


Select to send tones. This button only appears
when a number that contains a (w) is dialed in 128 BY DIAL PAD
hands-free mode.

Select to hang up the phone. - This operation cannot be performed while driving.

Select or to adjust the volume of the


1. Select Dial Pad (Dial Pad).
-
other party’s voice.

Select to start talking with the other party. 129

NOTE
O When cellular phone call is changed to hands-free call, the
hands-free screen will be displayed and its functions can be
operated on the screen.
O Changing between cellular phone call and hands-free call can be 2. Enter the desired number.
performed by operating the cellular phone directly.
O Transferring methods and operations will be different depending
BY SELECTING Release Tones (Release Tones)
on the type of cellular phone you have.
O For the operation of the cellular phone, see the manual that
Release Tones (Release Tones) appears when a
comes with it.
O Turn the “POWER/VOLUME” knob, or use the volume control continuous tone signal(s) containing a (w) is registered in
switch on the steering wheel to adjust the volume of the other the contact list.
party’s voice.
This operation can be performed while driving.
1. Select Release Tones (Release Tones).

128
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

NOTE 3. Select OK (OK).


O A continuous tone signal is a character string that consists of NOTE
numbers and the characters “p” or “w”. (e.g. 056133w0123p#1½)
O When the “p” pause tone is used, the tone data up until the O The sound quality of the voice heard from the other party’s
next pause tone will be automatically sent after 2 seconds have speaker may be negatively impacted.
elapsed. When the “w” pause tone is used, the tone data up O To reset the transmit volume, select Default (Default).
until the next pause tone will be automatically sent after a user O The volume cannot be adjusted while muted.
operation is performed.
O Release tones can be used when automated operation of a
phone based service such as an answering machine or bank INCOMING CALL WAITING
phone service is desired. A phone number with continuous tone
signals can be registered in the contact list. When a call is interrupted by a third party while talking, this 4
O Tone data after a “w” pause tone can be operated on voice
command during a call.
screen is displayed.

PHONE
1. Select or press the switch on the steering
TRANSMIT VOLUME SETTING wheel to start talking with the other party.

1. Select Mic Volume (Mic Volume).


2. Select the desired level for the transmit volume.

To refuse to receive the call: Select or press the


switch on the steering wheel.
Ɣ Select or press the switch on the steering
wheel to end the current call and return to the
conversation with the party on hold.

129
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

Bluetooth PHONE MESSAGE 2. Select .


Ɣ The phone top screen can be displayed by pressing
FUNCTION the switch on the steering wheel.
Received messages can be forwarded from the connected 3. Check that the message inbox screen is displayed.
Bluetooth phone, enabling checking and replying using the XWith navigation function
system.
1. Select .
Depending on the type of Bluetooth phone connected,
received messages may not be transferred to the message
inbox.
If the phone does not support the message function, this
function cannot be used.
XWithout navigation function
1. Select .

2. Select PHONE (PHONE).


3. Select .
Ɣ The phone top screen can be displayed by pressing
the switch on the steering wheel.

130
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

4. Check that the message inbox screen is displayed.


RECEIVING A MESSAGE
When an e-mail/SMS/MMS is received, the incoming
message screen pops up with sound and is ready to be
operated on the screen.

Ɣ : Select to change to phone mode.


4
Function Page

PHONE
Receiving a message 131

Checking messages 132 No. Function

Replying to a message (quick reply) 133 Select to check the message.

Calling the message sender 134 Select to not open the message.

Message settings 145 Select to call the message sender.

NOTE
O Depending on the cellular phone used for receiving messages,
or its registration status with the system, some information may
not be displayed.

131
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

NOTE No. Function


O The pop up screen is separately available for incoming e-mail
and SMS/MMS messages under the following conditions: Select Mark Unread (Mark Unread) or Mark Read
‡ “Incoming E-mail Display (Incoming E-mail Display)” is set to (Mark Read) to mark mail unread or read on the
³)XOO6FUHHQ )XOO6FUHHQ ´ ĺ3 * message inbox screen.
‡ ³(PDLO 1RWL¿FDWLRQ 3RSXS (PDLO 1RWL¿FDWLRQ 3RSXS ´ LV VHW This function is available when “Update Message Read
WRRQ ĺ3 Status on Phone (Update Message Read Status on
‡ “Incoming SMS/MMS Display (Incoming SMS/MMS Display)” 3KRQH ´LVVHWWRRQ ĺ3
LVVHWWR³)XOO6FUHHQ )XOO6FUHHQ ´ ĺ3
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Select to display the previous or next message.

CHECKING MESSAGES Select to have messages read out.


To cancel this function, select Stop (Stop).
1. 'LVSOD\WKHPHVVDJHLQER[VFUHHQ ĺ3 When “Automatic Message Readout (Automatic
Message Readout)” is set to on, messages will be
2. Select the desired message from the list.
DXWRPDWLFDOO\UHDGRXW ĺ3
3. Check that the message is displayed.
Select to make a call to the sender.

*: E-mail only

NOTE
O Depending on the type of Bluetooth phone being connected, it
may be necessary to perform additional steps on the phone.
O Messages are displayed in the appropriate connected Bluetooth
phone’s registered mail address folder. Select the tab of the
desired folder to be displayed.
O Only received messages on the connected Bluetooth phone can
be displayed.

132
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

NOTE EDITING QUICK REPLY MESSAGES


O The text of the message is not displayed while driving.
O Turn the “POWER/VOLUME” knob, or use the volume control This operation cannot be performed while driving.
switch on the steering wheel to adjust the message readout
volume. 1. Select Quick Message (Quick Message).

REPLYING TO A MESSAGE (QUICK REPLY)


15 messages have already been stored.
1. 'LVSOD\WKHPHVVDJHLQER[VFUHHQ ĺ3 4
2. Select the desired message from the list.

PHONE
3. Select Quick Message (Quick Message).
2. Select corresponding to the desired message to
edit.
3. Select OK (OK) when editing is completed.

NOTE
O To reset the editquick reply messages, select Default
(Default).

4. Select the desired message.


5. Select Send (Send).
Ɣ While the message is being sent, a sending message
screen is displayed.

133
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

NOTE CALLING FROM E-MAIL/SMS/MMS MESSAGE


DISPLAY
O “Quick Message 1” ( I'm driving right now. I will call you back later.
(I'm driving right now. I will call you back later.)*1 or
I am driving and will arrive in approximately [ETA] minutes. (I am 1. 'LVSOD\WKHPHVVDJHLQER[VFUHHQ ĺ3
driving and will arrive in approximately [ETA] minutes.)*2) 2. Select the desired message.
cannot be edited. [ETA] will automatically be replaced with the
HVWLPDWHGWLPHRIDUULYDORQWKHFRQ¿UPPHVVDJHVFUHHQ
3. Select .
If there are waypoints set, [ETA] to the next waypoint will be
shown.
If there is no route currently set in the navigation system, “Quick
Message 1” cannot be selected.
*1: Without navigation function
*2: With navigation function

CALLING THE MESSAGE SENDER


Ɣ If there are 2 or more phone numbers, select the
Calls can be made to an e-mail/SMS/MMS message desired number.
sender’s phone number. 4. Check that the “Call (Call)” screen is displayed.
This operation can be performed while driving. CALLING FROM A NUMBER WITHIN A MESSAGE

&DOOV FDQ EH PDGH WR D QXPEHU LGHQWL¿HG LQ D PHVVDJH¶V


text area.
This operation cannot be performed while driving.
1. 'LVSOD\WKHPHVVDJHLQER[VFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select the desired message.

134
PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES)

3. Select the text area.

4. Select corresponding to the desired number to call.


Ɣ ,GHQWL¿HG SKRQH QXPEHUV FRQWDLQHG LQ WKH PHVVDJH 4
are displayed.

PHONE
5. Check that the “Call (Call)” screen is displayed.

NOTE
O A series of numbers may be recognized as a phone number.
Additionally, some phone numbers may not be recognized, such
as those for other countries.

CALLING FROM THE INCOMING MESSAGE


SCREEN

ĺ3

135
SETUP

SETUP

PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS SCREEN


1. Select .

No. Information Page

Connect phone 181


2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS).
3. Select Phone (Phone). Sound settings 137

4. Select the item to be set. Contact/call history settings 138

Messaging settings 145

Phone display settings 146

136
SETUP

DISPLAYING THE PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS 3. Select the desired item to be set.


SCREEN IN A DIFFERENT WAY

1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select .

PHONE
“Sound Settings (Sound Settings)” SCREEN
The call and ringtone volume can be adjusted. A ringtone
No. Function
can be selected.
Select to set the desired ringtone.
1. Display the “Phone/Message Settings (Phone/Message
6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 Select or to adjust the ringtone volume.
2. Select Sound Settings (Sound Settings).
Select or to adjust the message readout
volume.

Select to set the desired incoming SMS/MMS tone.

Select or to adjust the incoming SMS/MMS


tone volume.

137
SETUP

3. Select the desired item to be set.


No. Function

Select to set the desired incoming e-mail tone.

Select or to adjust the incoming e-mail tone


volume.

Select or to adjust the default volume of the


other party’s voice.

Select to reset all setup items.

“Contact/Call History Settings (Contact/Call


History Settings)” SCREEN
The contact can be transferred from a Bluetooth phone
to the system. The contact also can be added, edited and
deleted. No. Function Page

The call history can be deleted and contact and speed dial For PBAP compatible Bluetooth phones, select
can be changed. to set automatic contact/history transfer on/off.
-
When set to on, the phone’s contact data and
1. Display the “Phone/Message Settings (Phone/Message history are automatically transferred.
6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 Select to update contacts from the connected
139
2. Select Contact/Call History Settings (Contact/Call phone.
History Settings). 6HOHFWWRVRUWFRQWDFWVE\WKH¿UVWQDPHRUODVW
-
QDPH¿HOG

138
SETUP

No. Function Page UPDATE CONTACTS FROM PHONE

Select to add contacts to the speed dial list. 143 Operation methods differ between PBAP compatible and
Select to delete contacts from the speed dial OPP compatible Bluetooth phones.
144
list.
If your cellular phone is neither PBAP nor OPP compatible,
Select to set the transferred contact image the contacts cannot be transferred.
-
display on/off.
* Q FOR PBAP COMPATIBLE Bluetooth PHONES
Select to clear contacts from the call history. -

* Select to add new contacts to the contact list. 140 1. Select Update Contacts from Phone (Update
4
Contacts from Phone).
* Select to edit contacts in the contact list. 141

PHONE
Ɣ Contacts are transferred automatically.
* Select to delete contacts from the contact list. 142 2. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH
operation is complete.
Select to reset all setup items. -
Ɣ This operation may be unnecessary depending on the
*: For PBAP compatible Bluetooth phones, this function is available when type of cellular phone.
“Automatic Contact/History Transfer (Automatic Contact/History Transfer)”
Ɣ If another Bluetooth device is connected when
LVVHWWRRII ĺ3
transferring contact data, depending on the phone,
NOTE the connected Bluetooth device may need to be
disconnected.
O Contact data is managed independently for every registered
phone. When one phone is connected, another phone’s Ɣ Depending on the type of Bluetooth phone being
registered data cannot be read. connected, it may be necessary to perform additional
steps on the phone.

139
SETUP

Q FOR OPP COMPATIBLE Bluetooth PHONES REGISTERING A NEW CONTACT TO THE


CONTACT LIST
This operation cannot be performed while driving.
1. Select Update Contacts from Phone (Update New contact data can be registered.
Contacts from Phone).
Up to 4 numbers per person can be registered. For PBAP
2. Transfer the contact data to the system using a compatible Bluetooth phones, this function is available when
Bluetooth phone. “Automatic Contact/History Transfer (Automatic Contact/
Ɣ This operation may be unnecessary depending on the +LVWRU\7UDQVIHU ´LVVHWWRRII ĺ3
type of cellular phone.
Ɣ To cancel this function, select Cancel (Cancel).
1. Select New Contact (New Contact).

3. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH
2. Enter the name and then select OK (OK).
operation is complete. 3. Enter the phone number and then select OK (OK).
XUpdating the contacts in a different way (from the 4. Select the phone type for the phone number.
“Call History (Call History)” screen) 5. To add another number to this contact, select Yes
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3 (Yes).
2. Select the Call History (Call History) tab and then
select a contact not yet registered in the contact list.
3. Select Update Contact (Update Contact).
4. Select the desired contact.
5. Select a phone type for the phone number.

140
SETUP

Q REGISTERING A NEW CONTACT IN A DIFFERENT 3. Select corresponding to the desired name or


WAY (FROM THE “Call History (Call History)” number.
SCREEN)

This function is available for OPP compatible Bluetooth


phones.
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select the Call History (Call History) tab and then
select a contact not yet registered in the contact list.
3. Select Add to Contacts (Add to Contacts). XFor editing the name 4
4. Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A NEW CONTACT 4. Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A NEW CONTACT

PHONE
727+(&217$&7/,67´IURP³67(3´ ĺ3 727+(&217$&7/,67´IURP³67(3´ ĺ3
XFor editing the number
EDITING THE CONTACT DATA
4. Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A NEW CONTACT
727+(&217$&7/,67´IURP³67(3´ ĺ3
For PBAP compatible Bluetooth phones, this function
is available when “Automatic Contact/History Transfer Q EDITING THE CONTACT IN A DIFFERENT WAY (FROM
(Automatic Contact/History Transfer)” is set to off. THE “Contact Details (Contact Details)” SCREEN)
ĺ3
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
1. Select Edit Contact (Edit Contact).
2. Select the Contacts (Contacts), Call History (Call
2. Select the desired contact. History) tab or the Speed Dial (Speed Dial) tab and
then select the desired contact.

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SETUP

3. Select Edit Contact (Edit Contact). 3. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
appears.

NOTE
O Multiple data can be selected and deleted at the same time.

Q DELETING THE CONTACT IN A DIFFERENT WAY


(FROM THE “Contact Details (Contact Details)”
SCREEN)
Ɣ E-mail Addresses (E-mail Addresses): Select to
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
display all registered e-mail addresses for the contact.
2. Select the Contacts (Contacts), Call History (Call
4. Follow the steps in “EDITING THE CONTACT DATA”
History) tab or the Speed Dial (Speed Dial) tab and
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then select the desired contact.
DELETING THE CONTACT DATA
3. Select Delete Contact (Delete Contact).
4. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
For PBAP compatible Bluetooth phones, this function
appears.
is available when “Automatic Contact/History Transfer
(Automatic Contact/History Transfer)” is set to off. NOTE
ĺ3 O When a Bluetooth phone is deleted, the contact data will be
deleted at the same time.
1. Select Delete Contacts (Delete Contacts).
2. Select the desired contact and then select Delete
(Delete).

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SETUP

SPEED DIAL LIST SETTING XWhen 15 contacts have already been registered to
the speed dial list

Up to 15 contacts (maximum of 4 numbers per contact) can 1. When 15 contacts have already been registered to
be registered in the speed dial list. the speed dial list, a registered contact needs to be
replaced.
Q REGISTERING THE CONTACTS IN THE SPEED DIAL Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
LIST appears to replace a contact.

1. Select Add Speed Dial (Add Speed Dial). 2. Select the contact to be replaced.

2. Select the desired contact to add to the speed dial list.


4

PHONE
3. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH
operation is complete.
Ɣ Dimmed contacts are already stored as a speed dial.
XRegistering contacts in the speed dial list in a
3. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH different way (from the “Contacts (Contacts)” screen)
operation is complete.
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select the Contacts (Contacts) tab.

143
SETUP

3. Select at the beginning of the desired contact list Q DELETING THE CONTACTS IN THE SPEED DIAL LIST
name to be registered in the speed dial list.
1. Select Remove Speed Dial (Remove Speed Dial).
2. Select the desired contacts and then select Remove
(Remove).

Ɣ When selected, is changed to , and the


contact is registered in the speed dial list.
XRegistering contacts in the speed dial list in a
different way (from the “Contact Details (Contact 3. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
Details)” screen) appears.
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3 4. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH
operation is complete.
2. Select the Contacts (Contacts) tab or the
XDeleting contacts in the speed dial list in a different
Call History (Call History) tab and then select the way (from the “Contacts (Contacts)” screen)
desired contact.
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
3. Select Add Speed Dial (Add Speed Dial).
2. Select the Contacts (Contacts) tab.
4. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH
operation is complete.

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SETUP

3. Select at the beginning of the contact list name to


“Messaging Settings (Messaging Settings)”
be deleted from the speed dial list.
SCREEN
1. Display the “Phone/Message Settings (Phone/Message
6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select Messaging Settings (Messaging Settings).
3. Select the desired item to be set.

Ɣ When selected, is changed to , and the data 4


is deleted from the list.

PHONE
XDeleting contacts in the speed dial list in a different
way (from the “Contact Details (Contact Details)”
screen)
1. 'LVSOD\WKHSKRQHWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select the Contacts (Contacts), Call History (Call
History) tab or the Speed Dial (Speed Dial) tab and
then select the desired contact to delete.
3. Select Remove Speed Dial (Remove Speed Dial).
4. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
appears.
5. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH No. Function
operation is complete.
Select to set automatic message transfer on/off.

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SETUP

No. Function No. Function

Select to set automatic message readout on/off. Select to change the incoming e-mail display.
Full Screen (Full Screen): When an e-mail is
6HOHFWWRVHWWKH606006QRWL¿FDWLRQSRSXSRQRII received, the incoming e-mail display screen is the
displayed and can be operated on the screen.
6HOHFWWRVHWWKHHPDLOQRWL¿FDWLRQSRSXSRQRII
Drop-Down (Drop-Down): When an e-mail is
Select to set adding the vehicle signature to outgoing received, a message is displayed on the upper side of
messages on/off. the screen.

Select to set updating message read status on phone Select to set display of messaging account names on
on/off. the inbox tab on/off.
When set to on, messaging account names used on the
Select to change the incoming SMS/MMS display. cellular phone will be displayed.
Full Screen (Full Screen): When an SMS/MMS
message is received, the incoming SMS/MMS display Select to reset all setup items.
screen is displayed and can be operated on the screen.
Drop-Down (Drop-Down): When an SMS/MMS
“Phone Display Settings (Phone Display
message is received, a message is displayed on the
upper side of the screen. Settings)” SCREEN
1. Display the “Phone/Message Settings (Phone/Message
6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select Phone Display Settings (Phone Display
Settings).

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SETUP

3. Select the desired item to be set.

No. Function
4
Select to change the incoming call display.

PHONE
Full Screen (Full Screen): When a call is received,
the hands-free screen is displayed and can be operated
on the screen.
Drop-Down (Drop-Down): A message is displayed
on the upper side of the screen.
Select to set display of the contact/history transfer
completion message on/off.

Select to reset all setup items.

147
MEMO

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APPS
149
BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION

BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION

BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION NOTE


O Depending on the application, certain functions are not available
Precautions to be aware of when using the application are while driving for reasons of safety.
shown below. O In order to maximize signal reception, performance and precision
of the smartphone, please ensure the smartphone is placed as
In this chapter, iPhone or Android devices will be referred to close to the system as possible, while ensuring it is stowed and
as a smartphone. secure while driving.
O When connecting your smartphone via USB, use the original
cables provided with your smartphone or equivalent third-party
WARNING FHUWL¿HG FDEOHV
O When the ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position, the
O Do not connect or operate the smartphone while driving.
battery of the connected smartphone is charged.
O Be sure to park the vehicle in a safe location before O If connecting your smartphone via USB, smartphone may not
connecting or operating the smartphone. be recognized when the ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON”
position. In this case, remove the smartphone and reconnect it.
O The accuracy of the displayed information or the signal reception
CAUTION performance depends on the smartphone or the connected
device, and its wireless connection.
O Do not leave your smartphone in the car. In particular, high O For operating the smartphone, see the instruction manual that
temperatures inside the vehicle may damage the smartphone. comes with it.
O Do not push down on or apply unnecessary pressure to the O )ROORZ WKH VSHFL¿F RSHUDWLRQ SURFHGXUHV IRU WKH VPDUWSKRQH
smartphone while it is connected as this may damage the application.
smartphone or its terminal. O When connecting the device via Bluetooth, the communication
O If connecting your smartphone via USB, do not insert foreign speed may become slower than via USB.
objects into the USB port as this may damage the smartphone
or its terminal.

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BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION

SETTINGS REQUIRED TO USE THE ABOUT APP-BASED CONNECTED


APPLICATION CONTENT
In order to use the application on this system, the Requirements for using the connected content services of
application must be installed on the smartphone. the application on this system.
Ɣ Search and download the application from your Ɣ The latest version of the system is compatible with
smartphone app. connected content application(s) for the smartphones,
‡ iPhone: App Store via iTunes and is downloaded to your smartphone.
‡ Android device: Google Play Store Ɣ A current account with a wireless content service
provider.
Ɣ Create an account and login to the application on the
smartphone. Ɣ A smartphone data plan: If the data plan for your
smartphone does not provide for unlimited data
NOTE usage, additional charges from your carrier may apply 5
O Please use the latest version of the application.
for accessing app-based connected content via 3G,

APPS
4G, Wi-Fi, or 4G LTE wireless networks.
Ɣ Connection to the internet via 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, or 4G
LTE networks.

NOTE
O &KDQJHV WR SURGXFW VSHFL¿FDWLRQV PD\ UHVXOW LQ GLIIHUHQFHV
between the content of the manual and features of the product.
O Be careful not to exceed the data usage limits for your
smartphone. Doing so will result in additional data usage
charges from your phone carrier.

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BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION

NOTE NOTE
O Limitations: O Communication and phone call charges for smartphones should
‡ Access to app-based connected content will depend on the be paid by the wireless subscriber.
availability of wireless cellular and/or Wi-Fi network coverage O If you lose the data in a smartphone or other device while using
for the purpose of allowing your smartphone to connect to the it with the system, no compensation will be given for the lost
internet. data.
‡ Service availability may be geographically limited by region. O Fuji Heavy Industries does not guarantee content provided by
Consult the wireless connected content service provider for the application.
additional information. O The application may not work due to factors on smartphones,
‡ Ability of this product to access connected content is subject smartphone applications or stations. Fuji Heavy Industries
to change without notice and could be affected by any of the accepts no responsibility for this.
IROORZLQJ FRPSDWLELOLW\ LVVXHV ZLWK IXWXUH ¿UPZDUH YHUVLRQV
of the smartphone; compatibility issues with future versions
of the connected content application(s) for the smartphone;
changes to or discontinuation of the connected content
application(s) or service by its provider.
O Since some applications use signals from GPS satellites and
wireless communication lines, they may not work properly in the
following locations.
‡ In tunnels
‡ In underground parking lots
‡ Outside wireless communication range, such as some
countryside areas
‡ Where the wireless communication network is congested, or
where communications are restricted
O Depending on the circumstances and environment, the signal
may be weak or not be received. In such cases, an error may
occur.

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SUBARU STARLINK

SUBARU STARLINK

SUBARU STARLINK 4. Check that the “SUBARU STARLINK disclaimer


(SUBARU STARLINK disclaimer)” screen is displayed.
The SUBARU STARLINK function allows the system to link
with a smartphone using Bluetooth.
When connecting iPhone or Android devices with the
SUBARU STARLINK application installed, you can control
SUBARU STARLINK content through the system.
To use the SUBARU STARLINK application, connect
your iPhone or Android device via Bluetooth.
NOTE
When using the application, read the precautions indicated 5
O When using the SUBARU STARLINK function, a disclaimer
LQ³%()25(86,1*7+($33/,&$7,21´ ĺ3 screen will be displayed. Be sure to fully read the contents

APPS
before using the function.
DISPLAYING SUBARU STARLINK O There may be times when SUBARU STARLINK (SUBARU
INFORMATION STARLINK) does not appear immediately when the ignition
switch is set in the “ACC” or “ON” position. If so, please wait.
1. Run the SUBARU STARLINK application on your
ABOUT THE SUPPORTED DEVICES
smartphone.
2. Connect your smartphone by utilizing the Bluetooth
This system supports the following devices.
connection.
Ɣ For details about registering or connecting your Ɣ iPhone: iOS 4.3.5 or later
VPDUWSKRQHĺ3 Ɣ Android: Android 4.0 or later
3. Select SUBARU STARLINK (SUBARU STARLINK) on
the “APPS (APPS)” screen.

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MirrorLink™

MirrorLink™

XControl panel
MirrorLink™
The MirrorLinkTM function allows smartphone content to be
operated via the system.
To use the MirrorLinkTM application, connect your
Android device to the USB port.
Depending on differences between models or software
version etc., some models might be incompatible with this
system.
When using the application, read the precautions indicated
LQ³%()25(86,1*7+($33/,&$7,21´ ĺ3
This function is not available if the smartphone is No. Function
not compliant with MirrorLink™ of Car Connectivity
Consortium™. Turn to adjust volume.
Press to turn the audio system on/off.

OVERVIEW
The MirrorLink™ operation screen can be reached by the
following methods:
Ɣ &RQQHFWLQJD0LUURU/LQNŒGHYLFH ĺ3
Ɣ Select MirrorLinkTM (MirrorLink™) on the “APPS
$336 ´VFUHHQ ĺ3

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MirrorLink™

XControl screen
No. Function

Displays software buttons that function as the buttons


on the smartphone.
Select to change the other audio source (Radio, Disc
etc.).

NOTE
<Application list screen> O This function cannot be used while USB audio, video or photo is
in use.
O The video displayed on the screen may differ from that displayed
on the smartphone.
O It may not be possible to use certain applications while driving.

ABOUT THE SUPPORTED DEVICES 5


<Operation screen*>

APPS
Ɣ Your smartphone must support the MirrorLinkTM
*: The displayed screen will differ depending on the connected smartphone.
version 1.1, 1.0 function.
No. Function
Ɣ Available operations will differ depending on your
smartphone. Refer to your smartphone owner’s
Select to choose a MirrorLink™ device. manual, or consult the manufacturer.

6HOHFWWRFKDQJHWKHVFUHHQVL]H ĺ3

Select to return the application list screen.

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ahaTM by HARMAN

ahaTM by HARMAN OVERVIEW


aha is a cloud-based application that connects to the system
XControl panel
and gives you access to your favorite web content safely
and easily. There are over 40,000 stations spanning internet
radio, personalized music, audiobooks, Facebook, Twitter,
restaurant and hotel searches, weather and more. For more
about aha, go to the aha site (http://www.aharadio.com).
When connecting iPhone or Android devices with the aha
application installed, you can control, view, and hear aha
content through the system.
To use the aha application, connect your iPhone to the
USB port, or connect your Android device via Bluetooth.
When using the application, read the precautions indicated
LQ³%()25(86,1*7+($33/,&$7,21´ ĺ3 No. Function

With navigation function: You may be also display POI Turn to adjust volume.
information from the aha application on the map screen and Press to turn the audio system on/off.
route to these POIs. Turn to display the next/previous content item.
Press to select an audio mode.

Select to display the next/previous content item.

Select to display the “APPS (APPS)” screen.

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XControl screen
No. Function

Select to display the audio source selection screen.

Station list
Select to display the station operation screen.
Displays station name.
Select to display the top screen.

6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVFUHHQ ĺ3
<Top screen>
6WDWLRQRSHUDWLRQVFUHHQEXWWRQV ĺ3

Select to change the station operation screen buttons.

Select to display the content item list. 5

APPS
<Station operation screen> Displays cover art.

No. Function NOTE


Select to display a list of preset stations. O When you switch to other modes with the aha application
A maximum of 35 entries can be displayed in this list. activated and then turn the system Off/On with the smartphone
device still connected, the aha mode will start instead of
Select to display a list of stations using the location the last mode used. If you do not want to start the aha mode
information. automatically, turn off the aha application on the smartphone.
A maximum of 10 entries can be displayed in this list.

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NOTE ABOUT THE SUPPORTED DEVICES FOR aha


O Top 35 entries in the preset station list on the smartphone are
displayed. When there are more than 35 entries in the preset This system supports the following devices.
station list, change the order of the entries in the list on the
smartphone. You can change the priority of your preset stations Ɣ iPhone: iOS 5.0 or later
within the aha application (after disconnected from this system) Ɣ Android: Android2.2 or later
to modify the station list shown on the screen. Please see your
smartphone aha application “Edit Presets” to modify this list. NOTE
O ,I WKHUH DUH PXOWLSOH DXGLR ¿OHV VWRUHG RQ \RXU L3KRQH LW PD\
take some time until playback starts. O Note that the warranty does not apply if an unsupported iPhone
O Playback may be intermittent when you switch to streaming is connected.
Bluetooth audio from aha on your smartphone device. O The available functions may vary depending on the type of
Android device.

USING aha APPLICATION


If you connect a smartphone to this system after starting
a supported aha application on the smartphone, you can
display and operate the aha application displayed on the
smartphone on the system screen.
1. Run the aha application on your smartphone.
2. Connect the iPhone to the USB port, or connect the
Android device by utilizing the Bluetooth connection.
Ɣ )RUGHWDLOVDERXWFRQQHFWLQJDQL3KRQHĺ3
For details about registering or connecting an Android
GHYLFHĺ3

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3. For Android devices: Select aha (aha) on the “APPS Ɣ Main functions of the station operation screen button:
(APPS)” screen. ĺ3
Ɣ The “aha” top screen can also be displayed by Ɣ For details on the services or the operations, check
selecting aha (aha) on the “Select Audio Source the aha site (http://www.aharadio.com) on the
internet.
(Select Audio Source)” screen.
4. Check that the top screen is displayed. NOTE
O When iPhone and Android devices are connected at the same
time, select the smartphone which you want to use on the
³*HQHUDO6HWWLQJV *HQHUDO6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
O The following operations are not available on this system.
Perform these operations on the smartphone.
‡ Add/Reorder/Delete stations
‡ Log in to Facebook/Twitter (When not logged in, login will
be required by the station. It is necessary to do so when the 5
device is disconnected from the system.)
5. Select the desired station. O For the aha function, the following touch screen gestures are not

APPS
available.
6. Check that the station operation screen is displayed. ‡ 'RXEOHWRXFKZLWKRQH¿QJHU
‡ 'RXEOHWRXFKZLWKWZR¿QJHUV
O The audio system will turn off when the aha application is closed
on the iPhone and/or Android device.

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STATION OPERATION SCREEN BUTTONS Button Function

Select to refresh the content item information in


Button Function the current station.
Select to rewind the current content item for 15
Select to start playback. seconds.

Select to pause playback. Select to fast forward the current content item for
30 seconds.
Select to stop playback.
*: With navigation function
Select to upload “Like” information to the
application server. To cancel “Like” information NOTE
that is being uploaded to the server, select this O The button display will vary depending on each station or content
button again. item.
Select to upload “Dislike” information to the
application server. To cancel “Dislike” information
SHOUT FUNCTION
that is being uploaded to the server, select this
button again. Your voice can be sent to the application server.
Select to display the POI information on the map
*
VFUHHQDQGVHWLWDVDGHVWLQDWLRQ ĺ3
1. Select .

Select to call the registered number.

Select to upload your current location to your


social network.
Select to send your voice to the application
VHUYHU ĺ3

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ahaTM by HARMAN

2. Check that the countdown screen is displayed. 4. Select Send (Send).

Ɣ Cancel (Cancel): Select to cancel shout function. Ɣ Confirmation  &RQ¿UPDWLRQ  6HOHFW WR FRQ¿UP WKH
3. Record your voice and then select Save (Save). saved voice.
Ɣ Try Again (Try Again): Select to record your voice
again.
Ɣ Cancel (Cancel): Select to cancel shout function.
5
5. Check that sending is completed.

APPS
Ɣ Cancel (Cancel): Select to cancel shout function.
Ɣ A maximum of 30 seconds can be recorded.

161
Pandora®

Pandora®

Pandora® OVERVIEW
Pandora is free personalized radio that offers effortless and
The Pandora operation screen can be reached by the
endless music enjoyment and discovery.
following methods:
To use the Pandora application, connect your iPhone
Ɣ Connect the iPhone to the USB port, or connect the
to the USB port, or connect your Android device via Android device by utilizing the Bluetooth connection.
Bluetooth.
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Depending on differences between models or software For details about registering or connecting an
version etc., some models might be incompatible with this $QGURLGGHYLFHĺ3
system. Ɣ Select Pandora (Pandora) on the “Select Audio
6RXUFH 6HOHFW$XGLR6RXUFH ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
This function is not available if the Pandora application has
not been installed on the smartphone. Ɣ Select Pandora (Pandora) on the “APPS (APPS)”
VFUHHQ ĺ3
When using the application, read the precautions indicated
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NOTE
O Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New
Zealand.

162
Pandora®

XControl panel

No. Function
5

APPS
Turn to adjust volume.
Press to turn the audio system on/off.

Press to select an audio mode.

Select to skip to the next track.


Select and hold to rate the track currently playing as
“Like” or “Dislike”.

163
Pandora®

XControl screen
No. Function

Select to skip to the next track.

Select to play/pause.

Select to display a station list.

Displays cover art.

ABOUT THE SUPPORTED DEVICES

This system supports the following devices.


Ɣ iPhone: iOS 5.0 or later
Ɣ Android: Differs with mobile device used

No. Function

Select to display the audio source selection screen.

6HOHFWWRGLVSOD\WKHVRXQGVHWWLQJVFUHHQ ĺ3

Shows progress.

Select to rate the track currently playing as “Like” or


“Dislike”.

Select to bookmark the track currently playing.

164
6 6

INFORMATION
165
USEFUL INFORMATION

USEFUL INFORMATION

SiriusXM RADIO DATA SERVICE* DISPLAYING SPORTS INFORMATION


*: SiriusXM U.S. satellite and data services are available only in the 48
contiguous USA and DC. SiriusXM satellite service is also available in Sports information can be received via the SiriusXM®
Canada; see www.siriusxm.ca.
Satellite Radio Service.
'DWD VHUYLFH LQIRUPDWLRQ ZKLFK LV FRPSULVHG RI WUDI¿F
information, sports information, weather information, stock 1. 'LVSOD\WKH³,1)2 ,1)2 ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
information and fuel information, can be received via the 2. Select Sports (Sports).
SiriusXM® Radio. 3. Select OK (OK).
To receive the data service information in the vehicle, a 4. Select the desired sports to be displayed.
subscription to the SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Service is 5. Select Select (Select) next to the item to be displayed.
QHFHVVDU\ ĺ3
6. Check that sports information is displayed.
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LQIRUPDWLRQ  ĺ3
Content set to use the SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Service is
reset when personal information is initialized.
*: With navigation function

NOTE
O The time displayed in the upper right of the data service
information screen on models without navigation function is No. Function
American Eastern Time.
Select to change the displayed information.

166
USEFUL INFORMATION

Q CHANGING THE FAVORITE


No. Function

Select to switch to an audio broadcast while information 1. Select Change (Change) next to the item to be edited.
during a game is being displayed. 2. Select the desired sports.
7KHVFRUHVDUHFRPSDUHGDQGWKHDI¿OLDWHZLWKWKH
highest score is displayed in yellow. 3. Select Select (Select) next to the item you want to set
as a favorite.
Select to set which sports information is displayed.
Q DELETING FAVORITE
6HOHFWWRVHW\RXUIDYRULWHDI¿OLDWH ĺ3
1. Select Delete (Delete) next to the item to be deleted.

INFORMATION
Select to update with the latest information.
2. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
appears.
REGISTERING FAVORITE
DISPLAYING WEATHER INFORMATION
1. Select Edit Favorites (Edit Favorites).
2. Select the desired item to be set. Weather information can be received via the SiriusXM®
Satellite Radio Service. 6
1. 'LVSOD\WKH³,1)2 ,1)2 ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
2.Select Weather (Weather).
XWithout navigation function
3. Select OK (OK).
4. Select the desired state name.

NOTE
5. Select the desired city name.

O 8SWRDI¿OLDWHVFDQEHUHJLVWHUHG 6. Check that weather information is displayed.

167
USEFUL INFORMATION

XWith navigation function Weather forecast icons


3. Check that weather information is displayed.

Display Information

No Data Available
none
Unknown Precip

Isolated Thunderstorms
Scattered Thunderstorms

No. Function Scattered Thunderstorms (night)

Select to switch the timing of the displayed forecast.


Severe Thunderstorms
Items such as the weather forecast, forecast Thunderstorms
temperature or highest temperature (orange)/lowest
temperature (blue), and chance of precipitation are
displayed. Rain

Select to display alert list.

Select to set the forecast region. Follow the steps in Light Rain
“XWithout navigation function” from “STEP 4”.

Select to update the forecast location.


Heavy Rain
Select to update with the latest information.
Scattered Showers
Showers

168
USEFUL INFORMATION

Display Information Display Information

Moderate Snow
Scattered Showers (night)
Snow

Drizzle Heavy Snow

Freezing Drizzle Scattered Snow Showers (night)

INFORMATION
Freezing Rain
Blowing Snow
Mixed Rain And Hail

Wintry Mix
Blizzard
Mixed Rain And Snow
6
Mixed Rain And Sleet Sandstorm

Hail
Blowing Dust
Ice Pellets

Sleet Dust

Flurries
Foggy
Light Snow
Moderate Fog
Scattered Snow Showers
Snow Showers

169
USEFUL INFORMATION

Display Information Display Information

Light Fog Sunny

Heavy Fog Mostly Sunny

Mist Clear (night)

Hazy Mostly Clear (night)

Smoky Partly cloudy

Blustery Partly cloudy (night)

Windy Mostly cloudy

Cold Mostly cloudy (night)

Hot Cloudy

170
USEFUL INFORMATION

6. Check that stock information is displayed.


Display Information

Tropical Storm

Hurricane

Funnel Cloud

INFORMATION
Tornado No. Function

Changes in brand, stock price and variation are


DISPLAYING STOCKS INFORMATION displayed.
Variations greater than zero are displayed in white and
variations less than zero are displayed in red.
Stock information can be received via the SiriusXM®
Satellite Radio Service. 6HOHFWWRGHOHWHVWRFNV ĺ3
6
1. 'LVSOD\WKH³,1)2 ,1)2 ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 Select to add stocks.
Up to 30 stocks can be registered.
2. Select Stocks (Stocks).
3. Select OK (OK). Select to update with the latest information.

4. Enter the name and then select OK (OK).


DELETING STOCKS
5. Select the desired item.
1. Select Delete Stocks (Delete Stocks).
2. Select the item to be deleted and then select Delete
(Delete).
3. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
appears.

171
USEFUL INFORMATION

DISPLAYING FUEL INFORMATION No. Function


(NOT AVAILABLE IN CANADA) Select to sort gas station by Distance from the current
*
position.
®
Fuel information can be received via the SiriusXM Satellite
Radio Service. Select to sort gas station by price.

1. 'LVSOD\WKH³,1)2 ,1)2 ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 Select to display information about the gas station and
WRVHW LWDVDGHVWLQDWLRQ ĺ3
2.Select Fuel (Fuel). The fuel price on the present day is displayed in white.
XWithout navigation function The fuel price one day ago is displayed in light gray and
two days ago is displayed in dark gray.
3. Select OK (OK).
6HOHFWWRVHWWKHIXHOW\SH ĺ3
4. Select the desired state name.
5. Select the desired city name. Select to set the search region. Follow the steps in
“XWithout navigation function” from “STEP 4”.
6. Check that fuel information is displayed.
* Select to update the current position.
XWith navigation function
3. Check that fuel information is displayed. *: With navigation function

NOTE
O Up to 20 gas stations can be registered.
O The distance and direction from the current position are
displayed only when the system is equipped with the navigation
function.

172
USEFUL INFORMATION

SETTING FUEL TYPE

1. Select Fuel Type (Fuel Type).


2. Select the desired fuel type.
SETTING GAS STATION AS DESTINATION

1. Select the desired nearby gas station.


2. Select Destination (Destination).

INFORMATION
3. Follow the steps in “SEARCH OPERATION” from
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173
MEMO

174
7 7

SETTINGS
175
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

Bluetooth® SETTINGS

REGISTERING/CONNECTING 1. Turn the Bluetooth connection setting of your cellular


phone on.
Bluetooth® DEVICE Ɣ This function is not available when Bluetooth
connection setting of your cellular phone is set to off.
XWithout navigation function
2. Select to display the phone top screen.
Ɣ Operations up to this point can also be performed by
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered pressing the switch on the steering wheel.
trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. XWith navigation function
2. Select and select PHONE (PHONE) to display
REGISTERING A Bluetooth PHONE FOR the phone top screen.
THE FIRST TIME Ɣ Operations up to this point can also be performed by
pressing the switch on the steering wheel.
To use the hands-free system, it is necessary to register a
Bluetooth phone with the system. 3. Select Yes (Yes) to register a phone.

Once the phone has been registered, it is possible to use


the hands-free system.
This operation cannot be performed while driving.
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176
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

4. When this screen is displayed, search for the device XFor PBAP compatible Bluetooth phones
name displayed on this screen on the screen of your 6. Select the desired item.
Bluetooth device.

Ɣ Yes (Yes): Transfer contacts from cellular phone.


Ɣ For details about operating the Bluetooth device, see Ɣ No (No): Do not transfer contacts from cellular
the manual that comes with it. phone.
Ɣ To cancel the registration, select Cancel (Cancel).

SETTINGS
5. Register the Bluetooth device using your Bluetooth
NOTE
device. O The system waits for connection requests from the registered
device.
Ɣ A PIN-code is not required for SSP (Secure Simple O At this stage, Bluetooth functions are not yet available.
Pairing) compatible Bluetooth devices. Depending O If an error message is displayed, follow the guidance on the
on the type of Bluetooth device being connected, a screen and try again.
7
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the Bluetooth device’s screen. Respond and operate
7. Select OK (OK).
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message.

177
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

XFor OPP compatible Bluetooth phones 8. Select the desired item.


6. Select OK (OK).

Ɣ Transfer (Transfer): Select to transfer contacts from


the connected cellular phone.
NOTE
Ɣ Add (Add): Select to add a new contact manually.
O The system waits for connection requests from the registered
device. Ɣ Cancel (Cancel): Select to cancel transfer.
O If an error message is displayed, follow the guidance on the
screen and try again.

7. Select , or select and then select


PHONE (PHONE) to display the telephone top screen.

178
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

2. Press the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob.


REGISTERING A Bluetooth AUDIO DEVICE
FOR THE FIRST TIME
To use the Bluetooth Audio, it is necessary to register an
audio device with the system.
Once the player has been registered, it is possible to use
the Bluetooth Audio.
This operation cannot be performed while driving.
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Ɣ The screen can also be displayed by selecting
1. Turn the Bluetooth connection setting of your audio followed by AUDIO (AUDIO).
device on. Ɣ If the audio control screen appears, select Source

SETTINGS
Ɣ This function is not available when the Bluetooth (Source) on the audio screen, or press the “AUDIO/
connection setting of your audio device is set to off. TUNE” knob again.
3. Select Bluetooth Audio (Bluetooth Audio).
4. Select Yes (Yes) to register an audio device.
5. Follow the steps in “REGISTERING A Bluetooth 7
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179
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

PROFILES
This system supports the following services.

Bluetooth Device Spec. Function Requirements Recommendations

Bluetooth Phone/ Registering a Bluetooth


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Bluetooth Audio Device device

Bluetooth Device 3UR¿OH Function Requirements Recommendations

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233 2EMHFW3XVK3UR¿OH Ver. 1.1 Ver. 1.2


Transferring the contacts
PBAP (Phone Book
Bluetooth Phone Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.1
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MAP (Message Access
Bluetooth phone message - Ver. 1.0
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633 6HULDO3RUW3UR¿OH APPS function - Ver. 1.1

A2DP (Advanced Audio


Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.2
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Bluetooth Audio Device Bluetooth audio system
AVRCP (Audio/Video
Ver. 1.0 Ver. 1.4
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NOTE
O ,I\RXUFHOOXODUSKRQHGRHVQRWVXSSRUW+)3UHJLVWHULQJWKH%OXHWRRWKSKRQHRUXVLQJ2333%$30$3RU633SUR¿OHVLQGLYLGXDOO\ZLOOQRWEH
possible.
O If the connected Bluetooth device version is older than recommended or incompatible, the Bluetooth device function may not work properly.

180
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

SETTING Bluetooth DETAILS “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)”


1. Select . SCREEN

Function Page
2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS). Registering a Bluetooth device 182

SETTINGS
3. Select Bluetooth (Bluetooth).
Deleting a Bluetooth device 183
4. Select the desired item to be set.
Connecting a Bluetooth device 184

Editing the Bluetooth device information 186 7


Bluetooth system settings 188

181
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

DISPLAYING THE “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth 2.Select Add (Add).


Settings)” SCREEN IN A DIFFERENT WAY XWhen another Bluetooth device is connected
Ɣ To disconnect the Bluetooth device, select Yes
XFrom the phone/message settings screen (Yes).
1. Select . XWhen 5 Bluetooth devices have already been
registered
2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS).
Ɣ A registered device needs to be replaced. Select
3. Select Phone (Phone).
Yes (Yes), and then select the device to be
4. Select Connect Phone (Connect Phone). replaced.
XFrom the status display 3. When this screen is displayed, search for the device
1. 6HOHFWVWDWXVGLVSOD\DUHDRQWKHVFUHHQ ĺ3 name displayed on this screen on the screen of your
Bluetooth device.
REGISTERING A Bluetooth DEVICE
Up to 5 Bluetooth devices can be registered.
Bluetooth compatible phones (HFP) and audio devices
(AVP) can be registered simultaneously.
This operation cannot be performed while driving.
1. Display the “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)” Ɣ For details about operating the Bluetooth device, see
VFUHHQ ĺ3 the manual that comes with it.
Ɣ To cancel the registration, select Cancel (Cancel).

182
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

4. Register the Bluetooth device using your Bluetooth 6. Select OK (OK) when the connection status changes
device. from “Connection waiting... (Connection waiting...)” to
Ɣ A PIN-code is not required for SSP (Secure Simple “Connected (Connected)”.
Pairing) compatible Bluetooth devices. Depending
on the type of Bluetooth device being connected, a
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the Bluetooth device’s screen. Respond and operate
WKH %OXHWRRWK GHYLFH DFFRUGLQJ WR WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ
message.
5. Check that the screen is displayed when registration is
complete.
Ɣ The system waits for connection requests coming Ɣ If an error message is displayed, follow the guidance
from the registered device. on the screen to try again.
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SETTINGS
to transfer the phone’s contact data to the system, DELETING A Bluetooth DEVICE
select the appropriate button.
Ɣ At this stage, the Bluetooth functions are not yet
1. Display the “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)”
available. VFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select Remove (Remove).
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3. Select the desired device.

183
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

4. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ 2. Select the device to be connected.
appears.
5. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH
operation is complete.

NOTE
O When deleting a Bluetooth phone, the contact data will be
deleted at the same time.

Ɣ 6XSSRUWHGSUR¿OHLFRQVZLOOEHGLVSOD\HG
CONNECTING A Bluetooth DEVICE ‡ : Phone
Up to 5 Bluetooth devices (Phones (HFP) and audio devices ‡ : Audio device
(AVP)) can be registered. ‡ : Smartphone Application
Ɣ 6XSSRUWHG SUR¿OH LFRQV IRU FXUUHQWO\ FRQQHFWHG
If more than 1 Bluetooth device has been registered, select
devices will illuminate.
which device to connect to.
Ɣ Dimmed icons can be selected to connect to the
1. Display the “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)” phone/audio function directly.
VFUHHQ ĺ3 Ɣ If the desired Bluetooth device is not on the list, select
Add  $GG WRUHJLVWHUWKHGHYLFH ĺ3
3. Select the desired connection.
XWhen another Bluetooth device is connected
Ɣ To disconnect the Bluetooth device, select Yes
(Yes).

184
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

4. &KHFNWKDWDFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQLVGLVSOD\HGZKHQWKH CONNECTING MANUALLY


connection is complete.
Ɣ If an error message is displayed, follow the guidance When the auto connection has failed or “Bluetooth Power
on the screen to try again.
(Bluetooth Power)” is turned off, it is necessary to connect
NOTE Bluetooth manually.
O It may take time if the device connection is carried out during 1. Select and then select SETTINGS
Bluetooth audio playback.
(SETTINGS).
O Depending on the type of Bluetooth device being connected, it
may be necessary to perform additional steps on the device. 2. Select Bluetooth (Bluetooth).

AUTO CONNECTION MODE 3. Follow the steps in “CONNECTING A Bluetooth


'(9,&(´IURP³67(3´ ĺ3

To turn auto connection mode on, set “Bluetooth Power RECONNECTING THE Bluetooth PHONE
%OXHWRRWK 3RZHU ´ WR RQ ĺ3  /HDYH WKH %OXHWRRWK

SETTINGS
device in a location where the connection can be If a Bluetooth phone is disconnected due to poor reception
established. from the Bluetooth network when the ignition switch
Ɣ When the ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position, the system
position, the system searches for a nearby registered automatically reconnect the Bluetooth phone.
device. Ɣ If a Bluetooth phone is disconnected on purpose, 7
Ɣ The system will connect with the registered device such as turning it off, this does not happen.
that was last connected, if it is nearby. Reconnect the Bluetooth phone manually.

185
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

4. &RQ¿UPDQGFKDQJHWKH%OXHWRRWKGHYLFHLQIRUPDWLRQ
EDITING THE Bluetooth DEVICE
INFORMATION
The Bluetooth device’s information can be displayed on the
screen. The displayed information can be edited.
1. Display the “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)”
VFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select the desired device to be edited.
3. Select Device Info (Device Info).

No. Information

The name of the Bluetooth device. Can be changed to a


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Select to set the Bluetooth audio device connection
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Device address is unique to the device and cannot be
changed.

Phone number of the Bluetooth phone.

186
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

No. Information SETTING AUDIO DEVICE CONNECTION METHOD

&RPSDWLELOLW\SUR¿OHRIWKH%OXHWRRWKGHYLFH 1. Select Connect Audio Device from (Connect Audio


Select to reset all setup items. Device from).
2. Select the desired connection method.
NOTE Ɣ Vehicle (Vehicle): Select to connect the audio
O If 2 Bluetooth devices have been registered with the same system to the audio device.
device name, the devices can be distinguished referring to the Ɣ Device (Device): Select to connect the audio device
device’s address.
O Depending on the type of phone, some information may not be
to the audio system.
displayed. Ɣ Depending on the audio device, the “Vehicle
(Vehicle)” or “Device (Device)” connection method
CHANGING A DEVICE NAME may be best. As such, refer to the manual that comes
with the audio device.

SETTINGS
1. Select Device Name (Device Name). Ɣ To reset the connection method, select Default
2. Enter the name and then select OK (OK). (Default).

NOTE
O Even if the device name is changed, the name registered in your 7
Bluetooth device does not change.

187
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

“System Settings (System Settings)” No. Information Page


SCREEN
Select to set Bluetooth connection on/off. 189
7KH%OXHWRRWKVHWWLQJVFDQEHFRQ¿UPHGDQGFKDQJHG Displays system name. Can be changed to a
189
desired name.
1. Display the “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)”
VFUHHQ ĺ3 PIN-code used when the Bluetooth device
was registered. Can be changed to a desired 189
2. Select System Settings (System Settings). code.
3. Select the desired item to be set. Device address is unique to the device and
-
cannot be changed.
Select to set the phone connection status
-
display on/off.
Select to set the connection status display of
-
the audio device on/off.

&RPSDWLELOLW\SUR¿OHRIWKHV\VWHPGHYLFH -

Select to reset all setup items. -

188
Bluetooth® SETTINGS

CHANGING “Bluetooth Power (Bluetooth Power)”

1. Select Bluetooth Power (Bluetooth Power).


Q WHEN “Bluetooth Power (Bluetooth Power)” IS ON

The Bluetooth device is automatically connected when


the ignition switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position.

Q WHEN “Bluetooth Power (Bluetooth Power)” IS OFF

The Bluetooth device is disconnected, and the system will


not connect to it next time.

NOTE

SETTINGS
O While driving, the auto connection state can be changed from off
to on, but cannot be changed from on to off.

EDITING THE Bluetooth NAME

1. Select Bluetooth Name (Bluetooth Name). 7


2. Enter a name and then select OK (OK).
EDITING THE PIN-CODE

1. Select Bluetooth PIN (Bluetooth PIN).


2. Enter a PIN-code and then select OK (OK).

189
OTHER SETTINGS

OTHER SETTINGS

GENERAL SETTINGS GENERAL SETTINGS SCREEN


Settings are available for keyboard layout, operation
sounds, etc.
1. Select .

2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS).


3. Select General (General).
4. Select the items to be set.

190
OTHER SETTINGS

No. Function No. Function

* 1
6HOHFWWRFKDQJHWKHYHKLFOHFORFNVHWWLQJV ĺ3 Select to set the connected device when using
Pandora*2. Select USB (USB) when using an iPhone,
Select to change the language. and then select Bluetooth (Bluetooth) when using
Android devices.
Select to change the unit for measuring distance.
Select to update the Gracenote® database. For details,
Select to turn the beep sound on/off. contact your SUBARU dealer.
Select to display the software information. Notices
Select to change the button and screen color. related to third party software used in this product are
enlisted. (This includes instructions for obtaining such
Select to change the keyboard layout. software, where applicable.)
Select to turn on/off the setting that returns the display Select to set the back camera delay control on/off.
to the split screen automatically after 20 seconds when When set to on, the back camera image displays for

SETTINGS
a screen other than the split screen is displayed. approximately 6 seconds after moving the shift lever/
select lever “R” to any position other than “R”.
Select to turn the animation function on/off. The display disappears when the shift lever/select lever
is moved to “P”, or when the vehicle speed reaches
6HOHFWWRFXVWRPL]HWKHVFUHHQRIILPDJH ĺ3 approximately 5 mph (8 km/h) or faster.

6HOHFWWRGHOHWHSHUVRQDOGDWD ĺ3 Select to reset all setup items. 7


Select to set the connected device when using aha. *1: With navigation function
Select USB (USB) when using an iPhone, and then *2: Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
select Bluetooth (Bluetooth) when using Android
devices.

191
OTHER SETTINGS

CLOCK SETTINGS (WITH NAVIGATION Q SETTING THE TIME ZONE


FUNCTION)
1. Select Time Zone (Time Zone).

Used to set the auto update setting for time zones, daylight
2. Select the desired time zone.
saving time and automatic time adjustment on/off.
1. Display the “General Settings (General Settings)”
VFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select Clock (Clock).
3. Select the items to be set.

CUSTOMIZING THE SCREEN OFF IMAGES

When the screen is turned off, the desired set image


can be displayed as the screen off image. Images
can be copied from a USB memory or SD card*.
A USB memory or SD card* must be connected when
No. Function HGLWLQJVFUHHQRIILPDJHV ĺ3
*: With navigation function
6HOHFWWRFKDQJHWKHWLPH]RQH ĺ3

Select to set daylight saving time on/off or to auto.


When set to auto, the daylight saving time setting
automatically turns on or off based on the current
location information.

4. Select OK (OK).

192
OTHER SETTINGS

NOTE
7. Select the desired images from the list and then select
Copy (Copy).
O When saving the images to a USB or SD card* name the folder
that the screen off image is saved to “Image”. If this folder name
is not used, the system cannot download the images. (The folder
name is case sensitive.)
*: With navigation function
O ,PDJH¿OHVVDYHGWRWKHPDS6'FDUGFDQQRWEHSOD\HG

Q TRANSFERRING IMAGES

1. Select .
Ɣ The selected image is displayed on the right side
2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS). RI WKH VFUHHQ ,I WKH VHOHFWHG LPDJH ¿OH LV EURNHQ RU
3. Select General (General). incompatible, will be displayed.
4. Select Customize Screen Off Image (Customize Ɣ 7KH UHPDLQLQJ QXPEHU RI LPDJH ¿OHV WKDW FDQ EH

SETTINGS
Screen Off Image). transferred is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
5. Select the device that the image is stored on. 8. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
appears.
6. Select Copy from [device] (Copy from [device]).
NOTE
O Copy from [device] (Copy from [device]) : [device] will
7
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O 7KHFRPSDWLEOH¿OHH[WHQVLRQVDUH-3*DQG-3(*
O ,PDJH¿OHVRI0%RUOHVVFDQEHWUDQVIHUUHG
O Up to 10 images can be downloaded.
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193
OTHER SETTINGS

Q SETTINGS THE SCREEN OFF IMAGES Q DELETING TRANSFERRED IMAGES

1. Display the “General Settings (General Settings)” 1. Display the “General Settings (General Settings)”
VFUHHQ ĺ3 VFUHHQ ĺ3
2. Select Customize Screen Off Image (Customize 2. Select Customize Screen Off Image (Customize
Screen Off Image). Screen Off Image).
3. Select the device that the image is stored on. 3. Select the device that the image is stored on.
4. Select Select Images (Select Images). 4. Select Delete Images (Delete Images).
5. Select the desired image. 5. Select the images to be deleted and then select Delete
(Delete).

6. Select OK (OK).
6. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
appears.

194
OTHER SETTINGS

DELETING PERSONAL DATA CAUTION


O With navigation function: Make sure the map SD card is
1. Display the “General Settings (General Settings)” inserted when deleting personal data. The personal data
VFUHHQ ĺ3 cannot be deleted when the map SD card is removed.
To delete the data, after inserting the map SD card, turn
2. Select Delete Personal Data (Delete Personal Data).
the ignition switch to the “ACC” or “ON” position.
3. Select Delete (Delete).

SETTINGS
4. Select Yes  <HV  ZKHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ
appears.
Ɣ Registered or changed personal settings will be
deleted or returned to their default conditions.
For example: 7
‡ Navigation settings*
‡ Audio settings
‡ SiriusXM Radio settings
‡ SiriusXM Radio service contents
‡ Phone settings
*: With navigation function

195
OTHER SETTINGS

VOICE SETTINGS VOICE SETTINGS SCREEN


Voice volume, etc. can be set.
1. Select .

No. Function

Select to adjust the volume of voice guidance.

Select to set the voice recognition prompts.


2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS).
3. Select Voice (Voice). Select to reset all setup items.

4. Select the items to be set.

NOTE
O “Voice Settings (Voice Settings)” screen can also be displayed
IURPWKHYRLFHUHFRJQLWLRQWRSVFUHHQ ĺ3

196
8
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
(WITH NAVIGATION 8

FUNCTION)197
BASIC OPERATION

BASIC OPERATION

QUICK REFERENCE No. Name Information/Function Page

Select to change the map


MAP SCREEN 2D North-up, 2D
display mode between 2D
north-up, 2D heading-up
heading-up or 205
or 3D. In 3D map, only
To display this screen, select , or select and 3D symbol
a heading-up view is
then select MAP (MAP). available.

* 6HOHFWWRFKHFNWKHWUDI¿F
7UDI¿FEXWWRQ 206
detailed conditions.
Zoom in/out Select to magnify or reduce
204
button the map scale.
Select to display the menu
Menu button 201
screen.
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Scale indicator 204
map scale.
Select to display the “Where
Current street Am I? (Where Am I?)” 202
screen.

* Drive Alert Display the drive alert


-
Indicator indicator.

198
BASIC OPERATION

No. Name Information/Function Page MAP OPERATIONS


* Highway Select to display the
224 You can touch a position on the map, and then check that
information highway information.
position during navigation. The map’s current position
Speed Limit Displays the speed limit for tracking function stops (the car marker (a blue arrow by
-
indicator the road being driven on.
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*: The default setting is not displayed, and can be displayed from “Display control buttons are displayed allowing you to change the
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map display.
NOTE
O An “Unable to read the map SD data. Check the map SD. If
necessary, consult your dealer.” message appears if the map SD
card is not inserted, or if an SD card containing no map data is

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
inserted.

No. Operation Function

Select to change the map display


2D or 3D
mode between 2D north-up, 2D
display
heading-up or 3D.

199
BASIC OPERATION

No. Operation Function No. Operation Function

Select to open another screen Select to select the cursor as a new


Selecting a
displaying information on the destination. The route is researched
destination
selected map position (cursor). When automatically.
Point
Bluetooth is enabled on your cellular
information Select to display the additional
phone, a call can be placed if the
displayed information screen contains Additional functions list. For example, saving
phone number information. functions the cursor to the destination list, and
searching the area around the cursor.
Select to return the map to the current
Return to GPS position. Auto map rotation is Select to change the area of the map
normal also enabled. The map operation displayed on the screen. Select and
Zoom in/out
navigation buttons are not displayed, and hold to continue changing the scale of
navigation restarts. the map screen.

Select to change the vertical display


angle of the map in 3D mode. Select NOTE
Tilt up/down
and hold to continue changing the O The map screen scale can be changed by double-touching or
motion of the map screen. SLQFKLQJWKHVFUHHQ ĺ3
O The map direction can be changed by rotating the screen.
ĺ3

200
BASIC OPERATION

NAVIGATION MENU No. Function

Select to search for a destination. You can select which


When you select Menu (Menu) on the navigation screen,
method to use to reach your destination by entering the
the navigation menu (main menu) appears. You can access address, selecting a favorite spot, selecting a position
all of the software’s functions from this menu. on the map, or selecting from the destination list. You
can also select recent destinations from Smart History,
or enter coordinates into the system.
Select to perform various route related functions such
as editing or canceling the route, setting the route
departure point, selecting a different route, avoiding a
part of the route, performing a navigation simulation, or
adding an entry to the destination list.

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Select to set the navigation software operating method,
start the tutorial, show a demo route simulation, or start
various other auxiliary applications.

Select or to adjust the guidance volume.

Select to clear the route and cancel navigation.

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screen.

No. Function NOTE 8


O Guidance volume can be adjusted during guidance by turning
Select to start navigation on the map. The button itself the “POWER/VOLUME” knob, or by using the volume control
shows the current position, recommended route, and switch on the steering wheel.
reduces the surrounding area to display on the map
being used. Select to enlarge the map to full-screen
size.

201
BASIC OPERATION

CHECK CURRENT POSITION No. Information/Function

Latitude/Longitude (Current positional coordinates use


The button on this screen searches for information on the
the WGS84 land survey system)
current position (if there is no GPS reception it uses the last
FRQ¿UPHG SRVLWLRQ  DQG UHFRPPHQGHG VSRWV LQ WKH DUHD Altitude (Advanced information acquired by the GPS
receiver - may not be accurate)
and displays them on the screen.
The latest location information is displayed, or the time
1. Select “street name” on the map screen. after the latest information was acquired is displayed.
A detailed address (when available) for the current
2. Check that the “Where Am I? (Where Am I?)” screen is
position is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
displayed.
Address of current position on left

Address of current position on right

Select to save the current position in the destination list.


ĺ3
Select to search for nearby help around the current
SRVLWLRQ ĺ3

202
BASIC OPERATION

MAP SCREEN OPERATION NOTE


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and the map moves.
CURRENT POSITION DISPLAY O The current position is automatically set as the vehicle receives
signals from the GPS (Global Positioning System). If the current
1. Select , or select and then select MAP position is not correct, it is automatically corrected after the
(MAP). vehicle receives signals from the GPS.
O After the battery disconnection, or on a new vehicle, the current
position may not be correct. As soon as the system receives
signals from the GPS, the correct current position is displayed.

SHOW MAP

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
In the navigation menu screen, the currently active map is
reduced and displayed in Show Map (Show Map).
1. Select Show Map (Show Map) on the navigation
menu screen.
2. Check that the current position map is displayed.

203
BASIC OPERATION

Ɣ This map shows the current position (shown as the MANUAL OPERATION
vehicle marked as a blue arrow), recommended
routes (blue lines), and the immediate surrounding
area. 1. Select or to change the scale of the map screen.
Ɣ When GPS positioning is not active, the vehicle
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displayed. When GPS positioning is active, the
vehicle marker is displayed in fullcolor, and the
current position is shown.

MAP SCALE
Ɣ Select and hold or to continue changing the
AUTO ZOOM scale of the map screen.
Ɣ You can also change the scale of the map screen by
XWhile driving the route VHOHFWLQJ GRXEOH WRXFK ĺ3  RU SLQFK RSHUDWLRQ
When approaching an intersection, the screen is enlarged ĺ3 
and the viewpoint raised so that you can easily see which
NOTE
way to drive at the next intersection. After navigating the
O In 3D mode, the map cannot be reduced endlessly. The map
intersection, the screen is reduced and the angle lowered to
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check the road in front. amount.
XWhen driving without route navigation
The screen is enlarged as you slow down and reduced as
you speed up.
Ɣ This function is OFF by default, and can be turned
ON from “Auto Zoom (Auto Zoom)” in “Map Settings
0DS6HWWLQJV ´ ĺ3

204
BASIC OPERATION

X3D screen
ORIENTATION OF THE MAP
The orientation of the map can be changed between 2D
north-up, 2D heading-up and 3D.
1. Select or .
XNorth-up screen

Ɣ : 2D north-up symbol
Regardless of the direction of vehicle travel, north is
always up.
Ɣ : 2D heading-up and 3D symbol

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
The direction of vehicle travel is always up.
Ɣ The letter(s) indicate the vehicle’s heading direction
XHeading-up screen (e.g. N for north).

205
BASIC OPERATION

POSITION MARKER TRAFFIC INFORMATION

SELECTED MAP LOCATION (CURSOR) DISPLAYING TRAFFIC INFORMATION

Use one of the following methods to mark a map location. 5RDGVHFWLRQVDIIHFWHGE\WUDI¿FFRQGLWLRQVDUHGLVSOD\HGLQ


Ɣ Select the map during navigation. a different color on the map, and a small icon representing
Ɣ Select the map when the destination you want is WKH W\SH RI WUDI¿F FRQGLWLRQ LV GLVSOD\HG DERYH WKH URDG
displayed in the search results. <RX FDQ FKDQJH WKH LWHPV GLVSOD\HG E\ VHWWLQJ WKH 7UDI¿F
Ɣ Select the map in “Find on Map (Find on Map)”. ĺ3
You can use the cursor’s position as the route’s destination, 1. Select on the map screen.
search for locations around the cursor, and save the position 2. Select Event List (Event List).
in the destination list.
Ɣ After selecting a map location, a cursor is displayed
3. Select the desired event type.
at the point selected on the map. The cursor is 4. 6HOHFWWKHGHVLUHGWUDI¿FLQIRUPDWLRQ
displayed as a red point ( ) and can be checked at 5. &KHFNWKDWWKHWUDI¿FFRQGLWLRQLVGLVSOD\HG
all zoom levels.

Ɣ : Select to open another screen displaying


information on the selected map position.

206
DESTINATION SEARCH

DESTINATION SEARCH

DESTINATION SEARCH SCREEN No. Function Page

The “Destination (Destination)” screen enables to search Select to search for a destination by address. 209
for a destination. To display the “Destination (Destination)”
Select to search for a destination by point of
screen, select , or select and then select 212
interest.
MAP (MAP), and select Menu (Menu) on the “MAP
Select to search for a destination by the map. 216
(MAP)” screen. Then select Destination (Destination) on
the navigation menu screen. Select to search for a destination from
216
destination list.
Select to search for a destination from

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
217
frequently used destination.
Select to search for a destination from
217
previously set destinations.
Select to search for a destination by
217
coordinates.

Select to set a destination by home. 209

207
DESTINATION SEARCH

SEARCH OPERATION Ɣ If necessary, you can touch another point on the map
to change the destination.
1. Select , or select and then select MAP Ɣ The cursor ( ) is displayed at the new position.
(MAP). 5. Select Next (Next) (when a route has been set) or
Select (Select) (when no route has been set) to set the
destination.

2. Select Menu (Menu).


3. Select Destination (Destination). No. Function

4. Search for a destination. Select to return to the previous location when the map
has been moved.

Displays the name and address of the spot.

Select to open another screen displaying information on


the selected map position.

Select to select another destination.

Select to display the additional functions list.


Ɣ There are different kinds of methods to search for a
GHVWLQDWLRQ ĺ3 Ɣ After a summary of the route plan is displayed, the
Ɣ The map is displayed in full-screen mode with the entire route is displayed on the map.
selected point at the center.

208
DESTINATION SEARCH

4. Select the desired country or state (province).


SETTING HOME AS DESTINATION
To use this function, it is necessary to register a home
DGGUHVV ĺ3
1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen.
ĺ3
2. Select Go Home (Go Home).
3. Select Next (Next) (when a route has been set) or 5. Select the desired search method.
Go! (Go!) (when no route has been set).
Ɣ The navigation system performs a search for
the route and the entire route map is displayed.

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
ĺ3

SEARCHING BY FIND ADDRESS


There are 4 methods to search for a destination by address.
1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen. No. Function Page
ĺ3
Select to search by city. 210
2. Select Find Address (Find Address).
3. Select Country or State/Province (Country or State/
Select to search by street. 210 8
Province). Select to search by intersection. 211
Ɣ By default, the country and district for your current
position are displayed. Select to search by city/town center. 210

209
DESTINATION SEARCH

SEARCHING BY CITY NOTE


O If the destination is to be used frequently, it can be saved to the
1. Select City (City). destination list before selecting Next (Next) (when a route
2. Enter a city name or ZIP Code. has been set) or Go! (Go!) (when no route has been set).
ĺ3
Ɣ Refer to “HINTS FOR QUICK ADDRESS ENTRY” for
LQIRUPDWLRQRQTXLFNHUVHDUFKLQJ ĺ3 Q SEARCHING BY CITY/TOWN CENTER
3. Select the desired city name or ZIP Code.
1. Select Select City (Select City) without entering the
4. Select Street (Street).
street name.
5. Enter a street name. Ɣ Set the city/town center displayed as the route’s
Ɣ Refer to “HINTS FOR QUICK ADDRESS ENTRY” for destination.
LQIRUPDWLRQRQTXLFNHUVHDUFKLQJ ĺ3
SEARCHING BY STREET
6. Select the desired street name.
7. Select House Number (House Number).
1. Select Street (Street).
8. Enter a house number.
2. Enter a street name.
Ɣ If the house number is not found, the center of the
Ɣ Refer to “HINTS FOR QUICK ADDRESS ENTRY” for
street is selected as the destination.
LQIRUPDWLRQRQTXLFNHUVHDUFKLQJ ĺ3
9. Select Next (Next) (When a route has been set) or
3. Select the desired street name.
Go! (Go!) (when no route has been set).
4. Select Select Street (Select Street) without entering
an address.
Ɣ The center of the street is selected as the destination.

210
DESTINATION SEARCH

SEARCHING BY INTERSECTION HINTS FOR QUICK ADDRESS ENTRY

1. Select Intersecting Street (Intersecting Street). Ɣ When entering a city/town name or a street name:
2. Select from the list. ‡ Only characters that can be displayed in the
search results are shown on the keyboard. Other
Ɣ If there are only a few roads at the intersection, the
characters are grayed out.
list is displayed immediately.
‡ While entering text, the most likely search result is
Ɣ If the road is a long way off, the keyboard screen is
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displayed. Use the keyboard to enter the start of the
result is correct, select to select it.
intersection name. A list is automatically displayed
when the entered road name matches and can be ‡ If you select Results (Results) after entering two
displayed on one screen. characters, items that contain those two characters
Ɣ Refer to “HINTS FOR QUICK ADDRESS ENTRY” for are displayed in the list.

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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following method.
‡ First, when searching for an uncommon road name,
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the name.
‡ When one street name is shorter than the other, the
VKRUWHU RQH LV VHDUFKHG IRU ¿UVW 7KLV VKRUWHQV WKH
search time for the road with the longer name.

211
DESTINATION SEARCH

Ɣ You can search by road category as well as road


name. When the same word is included in names SEARCHING BY FIND PLACES
such as the street, road, and main street, by entering
WKH¿UVWFKDUDFWHUIRUWKHW\SHRIURDG\RXFDQTXLFNO\ There are 3 methods to search for a destination by Find
bring up the search results. For example, if you are Places.
searching for “Pine Avenue” and you enter “Pi A”,
1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen.
roads such as “Pine Street” or “Pickwick Road” are
ĺ3
not displayed.
Ɣ You can also search by using the ZIP Code. If the ZIP 2. Select Find Places (Find Places).
Code only contains a few characters, you can search 3. Select the desired search method.
more quickly than when entering the city/town name.

No. Function Page

Select to search by name. 213

Select to search by location. 213

Select to search by preset category. 215

212
DESTINATION SEARCH

SEARCHING BY NAME SEARCHING BY LOCATION

1. Select Quick Search Along Route (Quick Search 1. Select Custom Search (Custom Search).
Along Route). 2. Select the spot area.
Ɣ When no route has been set, select
Quick Search Around Last Known Position (Quick Search
Around Last Known Position) (no GPS signal) or
Quick Search Around Here (Quick Search Around Here)
(on GPS signal).
2. Enter a spot name.
Ɣ Select Results  5HVXOWV  DIWHU HQWHULQJ WKH ¿UVW IHZ

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
characters to open a list of spot names that include No. Function
the characters you entered.
3. Select the desired spot. Select to search for city/town spots.

Select to search along the route being navigated, rather


than around an optional point.
Select to search around your current position, or the
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Select to search for spots at the destination during route
navigation. 8

Ɣ Filter (Filter): Select to narrow down the list.


Ɣ More (More): Select to change the sort order of the
list or to display all listed spots on the map.

213
DESTINATION SEARCH

Q SELECTING FROM THE CATEGORIES Q SEARCHING BY NAME

1. Select a main category (such as accommodation) or 1. Select a main category (such as accommodations) or
List All Places (List All Places). Find by Name (Find by Name).

2. Select a sub-category (such as hotel or motel) or 2. Select a sub-category (such as hotels or motels) or
List All Places (List All Places). Find by Name (Find by Name).
Ɣ Brand names of services may also be displayed 3. Select Find by Name (Find by Name) to search a
depending on the sub-category of the selected spot. sub-category of the select spot.
Select a brand name or List All Places (List All
Places).
4. Enter a spot name.
Ɣ Select Results  5HVXOWV  DIWHU HQWHULQJ WKH ¿UVW IHZ
3. Select the desired spot.
characters to open a list of spot names that include
Ɣ More (More): Select to change the sort order of the the characters you entered.
list or to display all listed spots on the map.
5. Select the desired spot.

214
DESTINATION SEARCH

SEARCHING BY PRESET CATEGORY 2. Select the desired spot.

1. Select the desired search category.

Ɣ Filter (Filter): Select to narrow down the list.


Ɣ More (More): Select to change the sort order of the
list or to display all listed spots on the map.
No. Function

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Select to search for gas stations along the set route.

Select to search for parking lots at the destination.

Select to search for restaurant along the set route.

Select to search for accommodation at the destination.

Ɣ Searches around the current position if navigation is


not being performed (if no destination is set).
8
Ɣ 6HDUFKHVWKHDUHDDURXQGWKHODVWFRQ¿UPHGSRVLWLRQ
if the current position is unavailable (no GPS signal).

215
DESTINATION SEARCH

SEARCHING BY FIND ON MAP SEARCHING BY FAVORITES


1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen. 1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen.
ĺ3 ĺ3
2. Select Find on Map (Find on Map). 2. Select Favorites (Favorites).
3. Scroll the map to the desired point and touch. 3. Select the desired destination.

Ɣ The cursor ( ) is displayed. Ɣ Refer to “SAVING DESTINATIONS” for information on


Ɣ : Select to return to the previous location when the KRZWRVDYHWKHGHVWLQDWLRQ ĺ3
map has been moved. Ɣ Filter (Filter): Select to narrow down the list.
4. Select Next (Next). Ɣ : Select to delete the favorites.
Ɣ More (More): Select to change the sort order of the
list, to display all listed spots on the map or to delete
all favorites on the list.

216
DESTINATION SEARCH

Ɣ Filter (Filter): Select to narrow down the list.


SEARCHING FROM A FREQUENTLY USED
Ɣ : Select to delete the previous destination.
DESTINATION (SMART HISTORY)
Ɣ More (More): Select to delete all destinations on the
1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen. list.
ĺ3
2. Select the destination or . SEARCHING BY COORDINATES
1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen.
ĺ3
2. Select More (More).
3. Select Coordinate (Coordinate).

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
4. Select .

SEARCHING FROM HISTORY


1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen.
ĺ3
2. Select History (History).
3. Select the desired destination. Ɣ Select to enable the numeric keypad input. Since
8
the second time to erase one character at the cursor
position.
Ɣ Select More (More) to set the UTM coordinates.
5. Enter the latitude and longitude and then select Next
(Next).

217
DESTINATION SEARCH

OTHER SEARCH OPERATION Ɣ This button searches for everything around your
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unavailable).
SEARCHING BY WHERE AM I? 4. Select the desired spot.

You can search for the closest assistance service by using


the “Where Am I? (Where Am I?)” screen.
1. Display the “Where Am I? (Where Am I?)” screen.
ĺ3
2. Select Help Nearby (Help Nearby).
3. Select the desired search category.

No. Function

Select to search for vehicle repairs / road-side


assistance services.

Select to search for hospitals / emergency services.

Select to search for police stations.

Select to search for gas stations.

218
DESTINATION SEARCH

STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE Ɣ When the countdown is displayed in the Go! (Go!),
guidance begins automatically after 10 seconds even
When the destination is set, the entire route map from the if you do not select the button.
current position to the destination is displayed.
WARNING
STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE O %H VXUH WR REH\ WUDI¿F UHJXODWLRQV DQG NHHS URDG FRQGLWLRQV
LQ PLQG ZKLOH GULYLQJ ,I D WUDI¿F VLJQ RQ WKH URDG KDV EHHQ
1. Select Go! (Go!) to start guidance. changed, the route guidance may not indicate such changed
information.

NOTE
O The route for returning may not be the same as that for going.

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
O The route guidance to the destination may not be the shortest
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O Route guidance may not be available if there is no road data for
WKHVSHFL¿HGORFDWLRQ
O If a destination that is not located on a road is set, the vehicle will
No. Information/Function be guided to the point on a road nearest to the destination. The
road nearest to the selected point is set as the destination.
Current position
DISPLAYING ROUTE SIMULATION
Destination point

Select to display the map around the current position. You can run a simulation of the route currently being 8
navigated.
Select to display the route options list.
1. Display the “Change Route (Change Route)” screen.
ĺ3

219
DESTINATION SEARCH

2. Select More (More).


No. Function
3. Select Simulate Navigation (Simulate Navigation).
Select to change the speed of the simulation. You can
4. Check that the route simulation is displayed. select from speeds of 4x, 8x, or 16x. Select again to
Ɣ The simulation begins from the start point and works return to normal speed.
through the entire route at the recommended speed.
Select to stop the simulation.
Ɣ You can use the following buttons during the
simulation (although the control buttons disappear
after a few seconds, you can touch the map to show CANCELING ROUTE
them again).
The route being navigated is deleted, including all
waypoints.
1. Select Menu (Menu) on the map screen.
2. Select Cancel Route (Cancel Route).
Ɣ You can also cancel the route guidance by selecting
Cancel Route (Cancel Route) on the “Change
5RXWH &KDQJH5RXWH ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
No. Function

Select to return to the previous route event (the previous


change in the route).

Select to pause the simulation.

Select to go to the next route event (the next change in


the route).

220
ROUTE GUIDANCE

ROUTE GUIDANCE

ROUTE GUIDANCE SCREEN No. Information/Function

Current street name


During the route guidance, various types of guidance Select to display the “Where Am I? (Where Am I?)”
screens can be displayed depending on conditions. VFUHHQ ĺ3

Next street name


SCREEN FOR ROUTE GUIDANCE
NOTE
O If the vehicle goes off the guidance route, the route is searched
again.
O For some areas, the roads have not been completely digitized in

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
our database. For this reason, the route guidance may select a
road that should not be traveled on.

STANDARD MAP ICON


No. Information/Function The following table shows the most frequently displayed
Distance to the next turn and an arrow indicating the
route events.
turning direction
Icon Explanation
Arrow indicating the direction of the turn after the next
turn
8
Turn left
Guidance route
Turn right
Current position
U-turn left
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221
ROUTE GUIDANCE

Icon Explanation Icon Explanation

U-turn right Disembark from the ferry.

You are half way to your destination.


Keep left at the fork in the road.
You have arrived at your destination.
Keep right at the fork in the road.

Turn left & sharp curve.


DATA FIELDS
Turn right & sharp curve.
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Stay in the left lane. display the distance, the time left or the estimated arrival
time to the destination.
Stay in the right lane.
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Go straight ahead at the intersection.
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Turn left at the T junction. can then be displayed by selecting from these three items.

Turn right at the T junction. CHANGING DATA FIELDS


Go left at the roundabout. Third exit (next change in
direction). If the waypoint has been set, the distance, the time left, and
the arrival time to the waypoint can be displayed.
Join the roundabout (the route change after the next
change). 1. 6HOHFWDQGKROGWKHGDWD¿HOGVWRFKDQJHWKHGLVSOD\RI
Join the expressway. WKHGDWD¿HOGV

Leave the expressway.

Board the ferry.

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2. Select to display the desired item. 4. Check that the entire route map is displayed.

NOTE LANE INFORMATION AND SIGNS


O When the vehicle is on the guidance route, the distance
measured along the route is displayed. Travel time and arrival
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speed limit.
When lane information is available on the map, the lane and
ROUTE OVERVIEW direction are indicated below the map with small arrows. The
lane that you should drive in is highlighted.
The entire route from the current position to the destination
can be displayed during the route guidance.
1. Select Menu (Menu) on the map screen.
2. Select Change Route (Change Route).
3. Select Overview (Overview).
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ROUTE GUIDANCE

SIGNS HIGHWAY SERVICES

When detailed information is available, the arrows are When driving on the expressway, this displays information
removed and signs are displayed. Signs are displayed on up to the next three highway service areas. By default,
at the top of the map. The color and design of the signs is “Gas Station (Gas Station)”, “Restaurant (Restaurant)”,
the same as signs actually found at the side of the road or “Rest Area (Rest Area)”, and “Car Service (Car Service)” are
overhead signs. These signs show the district and the route displayed. You can change the items displayed by setting
number for the lane direction. WKH³9LVXDO*XLGDQFH 9LVXDO*XLGDQFH ´ ĺ3
1. Select on the map screen.
Ɣ When information is available for the highway service
area, is displayed.
2. Check that the highway service area information
(distance, time needed, and services provided) is
displayed.

Ɣ All signs are displayed in the same manner even


when driving without using the navigation system.
During navigation, only the sign that shows the lane in
which you should drive is highlighted, the other signs
are toned down.

Ɣ The highway service area information display


disappears after 15 seconds.
3. Select the desired highway service area information.

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ROUTE GUIDANCE

4. Select one from the list to display more details. TYPICAL VOICE GUIDANCE
PROMPTS
As the vehicle approaches an intersection, or point, where
maneuvering the vehicle is necessary, the system’s voice
guidance will provide various messages.

WARNING
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or as a destination. O %H VXUH WR REH\ WKH WUDI¿F UHJXODWLRQV DQG NHHS WKH URDG
condition in mind especially when you are driving on IPD
roads. The route guidance may not have the updated
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When approaching an expressway exit or a complicated NOTE
intersection, the map switches to a 3D display if the
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necessary information can be displayed. An arrow indicates O Voice guidance may be made early or late.
the lane in which you should drive. Signs are also displayed O If the system cannot determine the current position correctly,
if the information is available. \RXPD\QRWKHDUYRLFHJXLGDQFHRUPD\QRWVHHWKHPDJQL¿HG
intersection on the screen.

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ROUTE GUIDANCE

ROUTE RELATED FUNCTIONS No. Information/Function

‡Destination Name/Address
DISPLAYING CHANGE ROUTE ‡Displays detailed information (unpaved roads, toll
roads, and so on) on the warning icons (depending on
You can check a variety of route settings recommended by conditions) for the current route.
‡Total time for route
the software. ‡Total distance for route
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1. Select Menu (Menu) on the map screen.
on the route
2. Select Change Route (Change Route). ‡Route planning method (“Priority to time” and so on)
3. Check that the list is displayed, or select the desired Select to add or delete a destination, or change the
item. order for the destinations. You can set the route
departure point, excluding the current position. This is
useful for creating a route in advance and saving it for
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Select to delete the route currently being navigated.

Select to display a list of various options such as


selecting another route, displaying the itinerary list,
changing the route settings, running a simulation of the
route, saving the route being navigated, and reading a
previously saved route.

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EDITING ROUTE ADDING DESTINATIONS


You can change the destination list and edit the route. You 1. 'LVSOD\WKH³(GLW5RXWH (GLW5RXWH ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
can add or delete destinations, change the start point, or 2. Select .
change the order of the list.
3. Search for an additional destination in the same way as
1. Display the “Change Route (Change Route)” screen. DGHVWLQDWLRQVHDUFK ĺ3
ĺ3
2. Select Edit Route (Edit Route). REORDERING DESTINATIONS
3. Select the desired item.
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2. Select More (More).

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3. Select Reorder (Reorder).
4. Select the desired destination and then select or
of left side on the screen to change the arrival order.

No. Function Page

Select to add a destination. 227


8
Select to change the start point of the route. 231

Select to delete a destination. 228

Select to change the display order of the list.


You can also manually select the optimum 227
route in the application.

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ROUTE GUIDANCE

DELETING DESTINATIONS
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2. Select .
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appears.

SETTING ROUTE PREFERENCES


The conditions to determine the route can be selected from
various choices such as Highways, Toll Road, Ferries, etc.
1. Select Menu (Menu) on the map screen.
2. Select More (More).
3. Select Settings (Settings).
No. Function
4. Select Route Settings (Route Settings).
5. Select the desired route preferences and then select Sets various factors to take into account when
performing a search, such as fuel consumption, fuel
.
costs, and maximum speed.
You can change between On-road and Off-road. Set to
On-road to perform normal navigation, or set to Off-road
to navigate using the straightest possible route to the
destination.
By changing the route search method, you can search
for the optimum route for a variety of situations and
types of vehicle.

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ROUTE GUIDANCE

No. Function SELECTING ROUTE TYPE

Select whether or not to use the expressway when


creating the route.
1. Display the “Route Settings (Route Settings)” screen.
ĺ3
Select whether or not to use toll roads (Period Charge)
in the route. 2. Select Route Planning Method (Route Planning
Method).
Select whether or not to use toll roads (Per-use Toll) in
the route. 3. Select the desired route type.
Select whether or not to use ferries when creating the
route. (However, ferries might not always be selected for
the route.) However, information on temporary service
ferries may not be displayed on the map. There may be
a fee for using the ferry.

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Select whether or not to use Carpool/HOV lanes when
creating the route.
Select whether or not to use unpaved roads when
creating the route.
No. Function
Select to search for the best green alternative route. If
this alternative route is much better than the selected Select to search all roads for the quickest route following
method, you can quickly switch to Green mode. the speed limits of the roads.
Select to search for the route that conserves the most
Ɣ The route is searched again, and the new energy.
recommended route is indicated by a blue line. 8
Select to search for a route that is easiest to drive, with
few right and left turns. Using this option, the program
allows you to avoid combinations of smaller roads and
to take the expressway.

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ROUTE GUIDANCE

AVOIDANCES SETTING No. Function

The avoidances feature allows you to remove any of the Select to delete the avoid route being navigated.
roads or special sections on the planned route.
Ɣ In each case, the result of the selected avoidance is
1. Display the “Change Route (Change Route)” screen. shown on the map with an indication of additional or
ĺ3 saved time and distance. The user can review and
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2. Select Avoidances (Avoidances).
3. Select the item to be set. NOTE
O Avoidances are not permanent. They are only applied for the
active route.

CHANGING ROUTE
When navigation has already begun, you can change
the route being navigated by using one of the following
methods.
No. Function If a recommended route is already available, and a new
destination has been selected using the method described
Select to remove any special road types (e.g. highways
or ferries) from your route. This feature is only available in the previous section, the start new route, add a new
if there are special sections along the planned route. waypoint (midway point), and add the destination you
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(500m, 1000m, etc.) right ahead of the current position.

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ROUTE GUIDANCE

SETTING A NEW STARTING POINT


In standard navigation, all routes are created from the
current position. You can turn off the GPS so that you
can study a route that is not currently being driven, run a
simulation, and check the time or distance for the route. This
way, you can set a start point for the route without using the
current GPS position.
No. Function
1. Display the “Change Route (Change Route)” screen.
Select to create a new route at the position you ĺ3
selected. Previous destinations and waypoints are
deleted. 2. Select Edit Route (Edit Route) / Create Route

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(Create Route).
Select to add the position you selected as a new
waypoint for the current route. Other destinations for Ɣ Edit Route (Edit Route) is displayed only when
the route are already enabled. Note: Waypoints are a route is set. Create Route (Create Route) is
set so that the optimum route is maintained between
destinations. You can use the route editing function to
displayed when a route is not set.
set the position for waypoints on the route. 3. Select , if a warning message is displayed, select
6HOHFWWRDGGWKHGHVWLQDWLRQ\RXVHOHFWHGDVWKH¿QDO which operation to perform.
destination for the current route. Other destinations for
the route are already enabled. Up to now, the position
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current position) for the route.

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4. Select the route’s start point by using the same method


as selecting the destination.
CREATING A ROUTE
5. Set the new start point and then select Go! (Go!). You can create a route for each destination in the saved
Ɣ The vehicle marker goes clear on the map, indicating routes menu.
that there is no GPS reception.
1. Display the “Change Route (Change Route)” screen.
ĺ3
2. Select Create Route (Create Route).
Ɣ Create Route (Create Route) is displayed when a
route is not set.
3. Select to select a destination.

Ɣ If a route is already being navigated, it is recalculated


using the position selected at that time.
Ɣ To return to standard navigation, select
Turn on GPS (Turn on GPS), and if a warning
message is displayed, select which operation to
perform.
Ɣ Only one row showing the route’s start point (current
position displayed) is displayed in the route point list.

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ROUTE GUIDANCE

4. 6HDUFKIRUDGHVWLQDWLRQ ĺ3 4. Select the desired route.


Ɣ Select the route’s destination using the same method
as described previously.
Ɣ After selecting a new destination, you are returned to
the list.
Ɣ To add another destination, select at the point
where you want to add a new route point to the list,
and repeat the steps above.
Ɣ Using the current search method, three routes are
ROUTE ALTERNATIVES displayed in order of recommendation.
Ɣ More Results (More Results): Select to search
Change the Route settings to perform a new search for the
using a different method. Also, if only a short distance

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route being navigated using a different method. You can
is being navigated or only a few search candidates
even search again by comparing different routes. are found, each search method displays only one
1. Display the “Change Route (Change Route)” screen. route.
ĺ3 5. Select to return to the previous screen.
2. Select More (More). Ɣ The route is searched again using the selected
method. The new recommended route is indicated by
3. Select Route Alternatives (Route Alternatives).
a blue line.

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MEMORY POINTS

MEMORY POINTS

MEMORY POINTS SETTINGS 2. Select Set as HOME location (Set as HOME


location).
Home and preset destinations can be set as memory points.
The registered points can be used as the destinations.
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SETTING UP HOME
If home has been registered, that information can be
recalled by selecting Go Home (Go Home) on the Ɣ If home has already been registered, select Yes
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REGISTERING HOME
3. Select OK (OK).

1. Select More (More) on the map screen. DELETING HOME


Ɣ You can also register home by touching and
then selecting More (More) on the displayed place 1. Display the “Destination (Destination)” screen.
information screen. ĺ3
2. Select Favorites (Favorites).
3. Select HOME (HOME) from the list, then select .
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SAVING DESTINATIONS
The destination list is a list of frequently used destinations.
Up to 100 destinations can be stored in the favorites list.
1. Select the desired item to search for the location.
ĺ3
Ɣ The map is displayed in full-screen mode with the
selected point at the center.
2. Select More (More).
3. Select Add to Favorites (Add to Favorites).

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4. Enter a name and then select OK (OK).

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SETUP

SETUP

NAVIGATION SETTINGS No. Function

Select to check global sunrise and sunset times. Places


a mark on the map to show the user’s current position
OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS and route points. Select Details button to check accurate
sunrise and sunset times for all points along the route
Various options are available from the “More (More)” menu. FXUUHQWSRVLWLRQDOOZD\SRLQWV¿QDOGHVWLQDWLRQ 

1. Select Menu (Menu) on the map screen. Select to display a list of all trip logs, whether they are
saved by the user upon reaching the destination or
2. Select More (More). whether they are saved automatically. Select an item
3. Select the items to be set. from the trip that is displayed, you can check trip data,
speeds, and more detailed contents. When a path log
has been saved, you can display it on the map in the
color selected.
Select to display a tutorial allowing for a quick grasp
of the software’s functions, and starts a demonstration
showing a sample route simulation to check the
navigation functions. The about section displays
product information. Here you can view the software
and database user license agreements, search for the
contents license, and check the software ID. You can
No. Function check statistical data for program use.

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patterns for the software. Performs functions such as
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SCREENS FOR NAVIGATION SETTINGS No. Function Page

Select to change the voice guidance language.


1. 'LVSOD\WKH³0RUH 0RUH ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 Select to specify various warnings and warning 238
2. Select Settings (Settings). settings.
3. Select the items to be set. 6HOHFWWRVHW2Q2IIRIWUDI¿FLQIRUPDWLRQ
display and the method to use the received 239
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Select to set the route search method. 228

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240
appearance.

Select to set display units and the date display. 241

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Select to save trip logs automatically by turning
this setting on, or save them manually when 242
arriving at a destination.
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set during the initial setup process.
Select to change settings related to map
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SETUP

SOUND AND WARNINGS No. Function

This button displays the current language for voice


guidance. Select to change to a new language/narrator
WARNING from the available languages and list of narrators. When
O Be sure to set the volume of the audio at an appropriate level. you select an item from the list, a sample of the audio is
Improper volume setting may result in hearing damage or a played back.
WUDI¿FDFFLGHQW Select to select the frequency of voice information, as
well as turning on or off various voice information such
1. 'LVSOD\WKH³6HWWLQJV 6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 DVLQIRUPDWLRQRQWUDI¿FFRQGLWLRQV
2. Select Sound and Warnings (Sound and Warnings). Select to select the Verbosity Level from “Minimal
(Minimal)”, “Compact (Compact)”, or “Verbose
3. Select the items to be set. (Verbose)”.
Select to turn on or off talk back voice recognition
results, or change the voice recognition method.
Select to warn you if you exceed the current speed limit.
This information may not be available for your region
(ask your local dealer), or may not be fully correct for all
roads in the map.
Select to receive a warning when approaching
other alert points such as school zones or railroad
crossings. You can set the different alert point categories
individually.
Select to turn on or off warning sign alerts and to set
the distance from the hazard to receive the warning at.
These can be set individually for the different warning
types.

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SETUP

TRAFFIC Q DETOUR SETTINGS

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1. 'LVSOD\WKH³6HWWLQJV 6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 ĺ3
2. Select Traffic  7UDI¿F  2. Select Detour (Detour).
3. Select the items to be set. 3. Select the items to be set.

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No. Function No. Function

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searching for a route. When searching for a new route, :KHQWKLVEXWWRQLVVHOHFWHGURXWHVWKDWVDWLVI\WUDI¿F
or when it is necessary to search again based on the conditions are searched.
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Adjust the timing before starting another route search.
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search is remade. each new search.
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select the events to take into consideration when
searching for a route.

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SETUP

Q EVENT TYPES SETTINGS MAP SETTINGS


1. 'LVSOD\ WKH ³7UDI¿F 6HWWLQJV 7UDI¿F 6HWWLQJV ´ VFUHHQ
ĺ3 Fine tunes the map screen appearance. Because the map
is displayed on the screen, you can check the results as you
2. Select Event Types (Event Types).
change settings.
3. Select an item from the event list.
1. 'LVSOD\WKH³6HWWLQJV 6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
4. Select the items to be set.
2. Select Map Settings (Map Settings).
3. Select the items to be set.

No. Function

Select “Considered (Considered)” or “Ignored (Ignored)”


when searching for a route.
Select to turn the icon display on the map on or off.
The icon display does not appear when “Considered
(Considered)” is selected at “All events in this category
will be: (All events in this category will be:)”.

No. Function

Select to select the display mode from 2D north-up, 2D


heading-up or 3D.

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SETUP

No. Function UNITS AND FORMATS

Select to adjust the standard zoom and the angle of tilt.


You can set the level in three stages.
Sets the units used by the program to measure distance.

Select to turn the auto zoom function on or off.


You can select to display the time in various international
date formats.
Select to automatically reduce the scale of the 2D map
to display the entire route. 1. 'LVSOD\WKH³6HWWLQJV 6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3

Select to select the screen color used in daytime mode.


2. Select Units and Formats (Units and Formats).
3. Select the items to be set.
Select to select the screen color used in nighttime mode.

Select to select the switches that display on the map.

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Select to turn the path log save function on or off (saves
in positional order for each trip).
Select a spot displayed on the map during navigation.
Select the check box to show or hide the spot category.
Select the spot category name to open a sub-category.
More (More): Select to save the currently displayed
No. Function
spot position, or read spot displays saved previously.
You can also restore the default display settings.
Select to enter the currency name.
Ɣ By turning ON the “Auto Zoom (Auto Zoom)” function, 8
Select to change the coordinate display format.
“Viewpoint (Viewpoint)” and “Automatic Overview
(Automatic Overview)” cannot be set.

241
SETUP

TRIP MONITOR VISUAL GUIDANCE

Contains useful information on the user’s distance moved Changes settings related to map screen guidance.
in the trip logs and path logs. You can save trip logs
1. 'LVSOD\WKH³6HWWLQJV 6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3
automatically by turning this setting on, or save them
manually when arriving at a destination. You can view all 2. Select Visual Guidance (Visual Guidance).
logs on the trip monitor. 3. Select the items to be set.

1. 'LVSOD\WKH³6HWWLQJV 6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3


2. Select Trip Monitor (Trip Monitor).
3. Select the items to be set.

No. Function

Select to save a log automatically.

This line indicates the current size of the trip database.


This shows the total for all saved trip logs and path logs.
Select to save path logs (positional order acquired from
GPS receiver) in the trip log.

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SETUP

No. Function

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want to display. You can select route data related to the
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Displays service area information while driving on the
expressway. Select to turn this function on and off.
Select to select the service area information display
items.
When information is available, lane information similar to
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map. Select to turn this function on and off.

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When approaching an expressway exit or a complicated
intersection, the map switches to a 3D display if the
necessary information can be displayed. Select to turn
this function on and off.
Select to turn on the route progress bar which is
displayed as a straight line to the left of the map. This
shows the progress made on the current route. When
a blue arrow is used to indicate position, the arrow
continues to rise as you drive towards your destination.
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TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM

TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM

The Global Positioning System (GPS) developed and


GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING operated by the U.S. Department of Defense provides
SYSTEM) an accurate current position, normally using 4 or more
satellites, and in some case 3 satellites. The GPS system
has a certain level of inaccuracy. While the navigation
REGARDING ERRORS IN CURRENT system compensates for this most of the time, occasional
POSITION DISPLAY positioning errors of up to 300 ft. (100 m) can and should be
expected. Generally, position errors will be corrected within
The system displays the vehicle current position based on a few seconds.
GPS information and data from various sensors and road
maps. However, when the radiowave signals from GPS
satellites are weak or when signals are received from only
two satellites or less, errors may occur in the position.
Modifying or adjusting the system will not prevent these
errors.

LIMITATIONS OF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM The GPS signal may be physically obstructed, leading to
inaccurate vehicle position on the map screen. Tunnels, tall
This navigation system calculates the current position using buildings, trucks, or even the placement of objects on the
satellite signals, various vehicle signals, map data, etc. instrument panel may obstruct the GPS signals.
However, an accurate position may not be shown depending The GPS satellites may not send signals due to repairs or
RQ VDWHOOLWH FRQGLWLRQV URDG FRQ¿JXUDWLRQ YHKLFOH FRQGLWLRQ improvements being made to them.
or other circumstances. Even when the navigation system is receiving clear GPS
signals, the vehicle position may not be shown accurately or
inappropriate route guidance may occur in some cases.

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TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM

‡ When the tires are worn.


CAUTION
‡ After replacing a tire or tires.
O The installation of window tinting may obstruct the GPS
‡ When using tires that are smaller or larger than the
signals. Most window tinting contains some metallic content
that will interfere with GPS signal reception of the antenna in IDFWRU\VSHFL¿FDWLRQV
the instrument panel. We advise against the use of window ‡ When the tire pressure in any of the 4 tires is not
tinting on vehicles equipped with navigation systems. correct.
Ɣ Inappropriate route guidance may occur in the
Ɣ Accurate current position may not be shown in the following cases:
following cases:
‡ When turning at an intersection off the designated
‡ When driving on a small angled Y-shaped road. route guidance.
‡ When driving on a winding road. ‡ If you set more than 1 destination but skip any of
‡ When driving on a slippery road such as in sand, them, auto reroute will display a route returning to

NAVIGATION SYSTEM
gravel, snow, etc. the destination on the previous route.
‡ When driving on a long straight road. ‡ When turning at an intersection for which there is
‡ When freeway and surface streets run in parallel. no route guidance.
‡ After moving by ferry or vehicle carrier. ‡ When passing through an intersection for which
there is no route guidance.
‡ When a long route is searched during high speed
driving. ‡ During auto reroute, the route guidance may not be
available for the next turn to the right or left.
‡ After repeating a change of direction by going
forward and backward, or turning on a turntable in ‡ During high speed driving, it may take a long time
a parking lot. for auto reroute to operate. In auto reroute, a detour
route may be shown. 8
‡ When leaving a covered parking lot or parking
garage. ‡ After auto reroute, the route may not be changed.
‡ When a roof carrier is installed. ‡ If an unnecessary U-turn is shown or announced.
‡ When driving with tire chains installed.

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‡ If a location has multiple names and the system MAP DATA


announces 1 or more of them.
‡ When a route cannot be searched.
‡ If the route to your destination includes gravel, REGARDING ROADS AND PLACE NAME
unpaved roads or alleys, the route guidance may DATA
not be shown.
‡ Your destination point might be shown on the When maps are created, land surveys are conducted
opposite side of the street. and information on road improvements and reopening
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prohibiting the entry of the vehicle that vary by time SRVVLEOH+RZHYHUPRGL¿FDWLRQVWRURDGVSODFHQDPHVDQG
or season or other reasons. facilities may be carried out at any time. Consequently, we
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latest version.

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that are larger or smaller than the originally equipped diameter
may cause inaccurate display of the current position. The tire
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the tire pressure of all 4 tires is correct.

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9 Siri/VOICE
RECOGNITION 9

SYSTEM 247
Siri

Siri

Ɣ An iPhone and iPod touch data plan: If the data plan


Siri® for your iPhone and iPod touch does not provide for
unlimited data usage, additional charges from your
Siri is a function that allows your iPhone and iPod touch to
carrier may apply for accessing app-based connected
be used without any manual operation by connecting your
content via 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, or 4G LTE wireless
device to the unit. networks.
To use Siri, connect your device via Bluetooth. Ɣ Connection to the internet via 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, or 4G
LTE networks.
BEFORE USING Siri NOTE
O Available operations will differ based on your iPhone and iPod
This section describes the preparation required to use Siri. touch.
Ɣ Register your iPhone or iPod touch in the unit. O Be careful not to exceed the data usage limits for your iPhone
and iPod touch. Doing so will result in additional data usage
ĺ3
charges from your phone carrier.
Ɣ Connect your iPhone or iPod touch to the unit.
ĺ3
‡ When using the hands-free system, turn Phone on
(Connected).
‡ When listening to music, turn Phone and Audio
device on (Connected).
Ɣ Enable Siri in your iPhone or iPod touch settings.
(See Apple website for details.)

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Siri

Ɣ Press and hold the talk switch to start Siri.


USING Siri
Ɣ To cancel Siri, press and hold the talk switch.

STEERING SWITCH MICROPHONE

XType A The microphone is built into the map light slits.


Ɣ It is unnecessary to speak directly into the
microphone when using Siri.

Siri OPERATION

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


1. Press and hold the talk switch.
2. Speak when you hear the beep sound.

XType B

Ɣ If required to say more, the system will notify you with


the beep sound. Continue speaking.
Ɣ If the system fails to recognize what is being said, or
to request a different operation, select , or press 9
the talk switch.
Talk switch

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Siri

Ɣ To cancel Siri, select Cancel (Cancel), or press and ABOUT THE SUPPORTED DEVICES FOR Siri
hold the talk switch.

NOTE This system supports the following devices.


O Siri cannot be started while placing or receiving hands-free Q Supported iOS versions
calls with your iPhone and iPod touch (including while holding
incoming calls), or while having a hands-free conversation. Ɣ iOS6 or later (6, 7)
O Siri cannot be used while using the system’s voice recognition
function. Start Siri after exiting the voice recognition function. Q Supported models
O The system screen will display the calling screen when a hands-
free call is placed. Ɣ iPhone 5
O Unit operation while using Siri will differ depending on your
Ɣ iPhone 4s
iPhone or iPod touch.
O Siri may not recognize what is being said if: Ɣ iPod touch (5th generation)
‡ Spoken too quickly.
‡ Spoken at a low or high volume.
‡ Driving with a window open.
‡ Passengers are talking while using Siri.
‡ The air conditioning speed is set high.
‡ When air from the ventilator blows directly toward the
microphone.
O In the following conditions, the system may not recognize what is
being said properly, and use of Siri may not be possible.
‡ What is being said is incorrect or unclear. Note that certain
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iPhone or iPod touch to recognize.
‡ There is excessive background noise, such as wind noise.
O Functionality offered by Siri is dependent on the iOS version,
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prior notice.

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VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION

VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION

XType B
VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM
The voice recognition system enables the navigation,
audio, hands-free systems, etc. to be operated using voice
commands.
Refer to the command list for samples of voice commands.
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Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


USING THE VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM
Talk switch
STEERING SWITCH
Ɣ Press the talk switch to start the voice recognition
system.
XType A
Ɣ To cancel voice recognition, press and hold the talk
switch or the source switch.
MICROPHONE

The microphone is built into the map light slits.


Ɣ It is unnecessary to speak directly into the
microphone when giving a command.

NOTE 9
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NOTE
2. Say the command.

O Voice commands may not be recognized if:


‡ Spoken too quickly.
‡ Spoken at a low or high volume.
‡ Driving with a window open.
‡ Passengers are talking while voice commands are spoken.
‡ The air conditioning speed is set high.
‡ When air from the ventilator blows directly toward the
microphone.
O In the following conditions, the system may not recognize the
Ɣ Commands related with each function are displayed
command properly and using voice commands may not be
possible: on the screen of the each function tab. Some
‡ The command is incorrect or unclear. Note that certain words, commonly used commands are displayed on the
DFFHQWV RU VSHHFK SDWWHUQV PD\ EH GLI¿FXOW IRU WKH V\VWHP WR screen of the main tab. Even if any tab is selected, all
recognize. commands can be operated.
‡ There is excessive background noise, such as wind noise. Ɣ Selecting Help (Help) or saying “Help” prompts
voice guidance to offer examples of commands and
VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION operation methods.
Ɣ To cancel voice recognition, select Cancel (Cancel),
1. Press the talk switch. or press and hold the talk switch.
Ɣ After the voice recognition top screen has been
displayed, speech guidance will commence.

NOTE
O A caution display appears after pressing the talk switch while
an external device is connected and the stored data is being
read. Be sure to start the operation after the caution display
disappears.
O When the voice recognition mode is in audio mode, voice
guidance for the voice recognition system can be skipped by
pressing the talk switch.

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VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION

Ɣ With navigation function: VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE: SEARCH FOR A


To use the voice recognition system for navigation
SONG
function, say the command to change to the
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‡ This function is available when “Voice Language 1. Press the talk switch.
9RLFH/DQJXDJH ´LVVHWWR776YRLFH ĺ3 2. Say “Play song <name>”.
‡ Voice recognition can be set on the “Voice Ɣ $ FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ ZLOO EH GLVSOD\HG VKRZLQJ
Recognition (Voice Recognition)” screen. the recognition result, and the system starts playing
ĺ3 music.
Ɣ If multiple matching items are found, a selection
NOTE screen will be displayed. Say “<number>” or select

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O ,IWKHV\VWHPGRHVQRWUHVSRQGRUWKHFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQGRHV the number. The system then starts playing music.
not disappear, press the talk switch and try again.
O Selecting Voice Settings (Voice Settings) can be displayed NOTE
WKH³9RLFH6HWWLQJV 9RLFH6HWWLQJV ´VFUHHQ ĺ3 O The Gracenote database is only compatible with the SD*, USB
‡ “Voice Recognition Prompts (Voice Recognition Prompts)” can or iPod mode.
be set on the “Voice Settings (Voice Settings)” screen. *: With navigation function
‡ Some voice guidance can be canceled by setting voice O An SD card*, USB memory or iPod must be connected to enable
prompts to off. Use this setting when it is desirable to say a WUDFNVHDUFKLQJDQGSOD\EDFN ĺ3
command immediately after pressing the talk switch and *: With navigation function
hearing a beep. O When an SD card*, USB memory or iPod is connected,
O Turn the “POWER/VOLUME” knob, or use the volume control recognition data is created so tracks can be searched using
switch on the steering wheel to adjust the speech guidance voice commands.
volume. *: With navigation function
O The system’s voice recognition function cannot be used while O Recognition data is updated under the following conditions:
using Siri. Start the voice recognition function after exiting Siri. ‡ When the SD card*, USB memory or iPod data has changed.
‡ :KHQWKHYRLFHUHFRJQLWLRQODQJXDJHLVFKDQJHG ĺ3
*: With navigation function
9

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NOTE NOTE
O While the recognition data is being created or being updated, a O When the system recognizes multiple names from the contacts
track search cannot be performed using a voice command. list, a name candidate list will be displayed on the screen. If the
desired name is not displayed on the top of the screen, say or
VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE: CALL NAME select the number of the name from the candidate list (number 1,
number 2, etc.) to select a name from the candidate list.
O When a contact has multiple phone numbers registered in the
1. Press the talk switch. contacts list, a candidate list will be displayed. If the desired
2. Say “Call <contacts> <phone types>”. phone number is not displayed on the top of the screen, say
or select the number of the desired phone number from the
Ɣ If multiple matching items are found, a selection candidate list (number 1, number 2, etc.) to select a phone
screen will be displayed. Say “<number>” or select number from the candidate list.
the number.
VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE: DIAL NUMBER
NOTE
O In the same manner as it is displayed on the screen, “Call 1. Press the talk switch.
<contacts> <phone types> (Call <contacts> <phone types>)”,
after saying “Call a contact” say the name, or the name and 2. Say “Call a number”.
type of phone, of a contact. 3. Say “Call <number>”.
For example: “Call a contact”, “John Smith” or “Call a
contact”, “Mary Davis”, “Mobile” Ɣ Say the phone number one digit at a time.
O There are 4 types of phones: Home, Mobile, Work and Other. For example, if the phone number is “4251231234”:
O Short or abbreviated names in the contacts list may not be Say “IRXU WZR ¿YH RQH WZR WKUHH RQH WZR WKUHH
recognized. Change names in the contacts list to full names. four”
O 6RPHWLPHVDYRLFHUHFRJQLWLRQUHVXOWFRQ¿UPDWLRQVFUHHQZLOOEH
GLVSOD\HG$IWHUFRQ¿UPLQJWKHUHVXOWVD\“Yes” or “No”.

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4. :KHQ WKH FRQ¿UPDWLRQ VFUHHQ DSSHDUV VD\ “Yes”,


select Yes (Yes), or press the switch on the
CASUAL SPEECH RECOGNITION
steering wheel.
Due to natural language speech recognition technology, this
Ɣ Try saying the complete number. If it is not system enables recognition of a command when spoken
recognized, however, numbers can be added,
naturally. However, the system cannot recognize every
deleted, or changed.
variation of each command. In some situations, it is possible
VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLE: ENTERING to omit the command for the procedure and directly state the
ADDRESS WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION desired operation. Not all voice commands are displayed in
the function menu.
1. Press the talk switch.

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


NOTE
2. Say “Go to navigation”.
O If the command cannot be recognized completely, the command
3. Say “Destination”. input screen will be displayed. (Search results will be shown
4. Say “Address”. based on the part of the command that was recognized.)

Ɣ Say the whole address without any pauses between


“<house number> <street name> <city and state>”.
If there are any pauses between parts of the
destination address, the system may not be able to
recognize voice command operation.

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VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION

EXPRESSION EXAMPLES FOR EACH FUNCTION

Command Expression examples

Phone the <phonetypes> number of


Call by specifying <contacts>.
contact Ring <contacts> ’s <phonetypes>
number.
Call by specifying
Phone <phone number>.
phone number
Search artists to Put on the artist <name>.
listen to song Listen to the singer <name>.
Search album names Listen to <name> album.
to listen to song Play me the album <name>.
Use navigation Go to GPS.
function* Go to address entry.
*: With navigation function

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COMMAND LIST

COMMAND LIST

Recognizable voice commands and their actions are shown XBasic command
below.
Voice command Phrase Function
Ɣ Frequently used commands are listed in the following
tables. Pause the current
System pause pause
voice interaction
Ɣ For devices that are not installed in the vehicle, the
related commands will not be displayed in the screen. System back [go] back
Go back one
Also, according to conditions, other commands may hierarchy
not be displayed in the screen. Cancel the current
System cancel cancel
Ɣ The functions available may vary according to the task

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


system installed. Ask for help with
System help help
Ɣ Voice recognition language can be changed. the current task
ĺ3 Start the current
System start over start over
task over
NOTE
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O The notations used in the commands are as follows. Change display
Page change page, previous
‡ >żżżUUU]: Commands that need not to be spoken page
page, next page
‡ <UUU>: Numbers, titles, or names to be spoken

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COMMAND LIST

XCommands for changing the audio mode XCommands for changing the mode

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

AM mode Switch to AM Hands-free mode [go to] phone, phone


play AM, select AM Switch to HF mode
change mode change screen, phone menu
Switch to FM Audio mode Switch to audio
FM mode change play FM, select FM go to audio
mode change mode
SiriusXM radio Switch to SiriusXM aha mode Switch to aha
play XM, select XM go to aha
mode change mode change mode
Switch to CD Pandora*1 mode Switch to Pandora
CD mode change play CD, select CD go to Pandora
mode change mode
USB mode Switch to USB navigation, Switch to the voice
play USB, select USB Navigation mode
change mode go to navigation, command on NAV
change*2
go to NAV system system
SD mode play microSD, select Switch to SD
change* microSD mode *1: Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
*2: With navigation function
iPod mode Switch to iPod
play iPod, select iPod
change mode
AUX mode Switch to AUX
select AUX
change mode
Audio off mode
audio off, turn off audio Turn off the Audio
change
Audio on mode
audio on, turn on audio Turn on the Audio
change
*: With navigation function

258
COMMAND LIST

XCommands for Hands-free XCommands for Pandora*


*: Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
Voice command Phrase Function
Voice command Phrase Function
Places a call to the
redial, call again, dial phone number of Pandora mode Switch to Pandora
Redial play Pandora stations
again the latest outgoing change mode
call
List Pandora List Pandora
Places a call to the list Pandora stations
call back, return phone stations stations
Call back phone number of
call
latest incoming call Thumb up like, thumbs up 0DUN³/LNH´ÀDJ
Displays the call

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


Recent calls [show] recent calls 0DUN³'LVOLNH´ÀDJ
history screen Thumb down dislike, thumbs down and skip to the
Places a call to next song
Dial number call <phone number>,
the said phone
calling dial <phone number> XCommands for aha
number
call <contacts> Place a call to the Voice command Phrase Function
Call by name <phonetypes>, said phone type of
and type dial <contacts> on the contact from aha mode Switch to aha
play aha stations
<phonetypes> the phone book change mode
list messages, list List aha stations list aha stations List aha stations
List message <messagetypes> Displays e-mails
messages like/unselect like,
0DUN³/LNH´ÀDJ
Like on/off thumbs up/unselect
Call call Unmark it
thumbs up

Ignore ignore This can be used


when receiving 9
Read read messages

Reply reply

259
COMMAND LIST

XCommands for AM control


Voice command Phrase Function

dislike/unselect dislike, Voice command Phrase Function


0DUN³'LVOLNH´ÀDJ
Dislike on/off thumbs down/unselect
Unmark it Designate the
thumbs down
Direct frequency tune to AM frequency to
When station tuning <frequencies> VZLWFKWRDVSHFL¿F
go there, route, has location radio station
Go* guidance, take me information, user
Select a preset
there can say “go” to
Preset number tune to preset channel to switch
navigation.
tuning <number> WRDVSHFL¿FUDGLR
Location station
information
Map check in, mark location obtained from XCommands for FM control
GPS updated to
server Voice command Phrase Function
Making a call from Designate the
Call call, dial it a content (with Direct frequency tune to FM frequency to
phone info) tuning <frequencies> VZLWFKWRDVSHFL¿F
Refresh the radio station
selected station Designate the
Refresh refresh, reload screen
to get the latest Preset number tune to preset preset channel to
information tuning <number> VZLWFKWRVSHFL¿F
*: With navigation function radio station

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COMMAND LIST

XCommands for SiriusXM Radio Control XCommands for MP3/WMA/AAC, USB, SD* Control
*: With navigation function
Voice command Phrase Function
Voice command Phrase Function
Designate the
Preset number tune to preset preset channel to Artist music Select a song by
tuning <number> VZLWFKWRVSHFL¿F play artist <artists>
selection artist name
radio station
Album music Select a song by
play album <albums>
XCommands for HD Radio Control selection album name
Song music Select a song by
Voice command Phrase Function play song <songs>
selection track name

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


Tune to HD play <FM frequencies*> Select an HD Genre music Select a song by
play genre <genres>
Radio station <HDsubchannels*> Radio station selection genre name
*: Say the name of the actual radio station.

261
COMMAND LIST

XCommands for iPod Control XCommands for navigation mode*


*: With navigation function
Voice command Phrase Function
Voice command Phrase Function
Select a song in
Artist music
play artist <artists> the iPod by artist Accepts questions
selection Accept accept
name (such as talkback)
Select a song in >¿QGVHDUFKIRUORRN
Album music
play album <albums> the iPod by album for] accommodation
selection
name Narrows down POI
>¿QGVHDUFKIRUORRN
Select a song in Accommodation* search targets to
Song music for] [a] motel
play song <songs> the iPod by track accommodations
selection >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
name
look for] [a] hotel
Select a song from
Genre music >¿QGJRWRVHDUFK
play genre <genres> the iPod by genre
selection for, look for] [an]
name
accommodation along
Select a song from [the] route
Playlist music
play playlist <playlists> the iPod by Playlist Searches for
selection Accommodation >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
name accommodations
along route look for] [a] hotel along
Select a song along the route
Podcast music play podcast [the] route
from the iPod by
selection <podcasts> >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
Podcast name
look for] [a] motel along
Select a song [the] route
Audiobook music play audiobook
from the iPod by
selection <audiobooks>
Audiobook name

262
COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK >¿QGJRWRVHDUFK
for, look for] [an] for, look for] [an]
accommodation at my accommodation near
destination here
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK >¿QGJRWRVHDUFK
for, look for] [an] for, look for] [an]
accommodation at the accommodation nearby
destination
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU Searches for for, look for] [an] Searches for

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


Accommodation look for] [a] hotel at my accommodations Accommodation accommodation around accommodations
at my destination destination around the near here here around the current
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU destination >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU position
look for] [a] hotel at the look for] [an] hotel near
destination here
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU >¿QGJRWRVHDUFK
look for] [a] motel at my for, look for] [an] hotel
destination nearby
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU >¿QGJRWRVHDUFK
look for] [a] motel at the for, look for] [an] hotel
destination around here

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COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

Transits to the Transits to the


Back back
screen that allows previous screen
>¿QGHQWHUVHDUFKIRU you to search for
Address [go, jump, move, scroll] Transits to the
look for] [an] address the destination Bottom
by reading the [to] [the] bottom bottom of the list
address Exits from the
voice recognition
avoidances Cancel cancel mode and transits
Transits to the
screen that allows to the map, main
Avoidances avoid or other menu
you to set detour
routes
bypass delete [my, the] route
Cancel route
along [the] route Narrows down Deletes the route
cancel [my, the] route
the selected POI that has been set
Along route around [the] route search candidates Delete delete
to places along the
near [the] route route Moves the list on
[page, scroll, move]
Down the list screen one
Narrows down down
page down
[at, near, close to, the selected POI
At my destination around] [my, the] search candidates >¿QGVHOHFWVHDUFKIRU Selects the
destination to places around look for] [a] favorite conditions to set
the destination Favorite the destination
>¿QG@IDYRULWHV from your favorite
spots

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COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

5HÀHFWVWKH Sets the


selected route destination from
History >¿QG@>LQ@KLVWRU\
Go go and starts the the search history
navigation results
guidance
Reduces the
go to [the] map detour distance set
Less less
(on the avoid route
[screen] show [me] Transits to the screen)
Go map [the] map Map screen Selects the item
[line] 1

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


[screen] back to [the] OLVWHGLQWKH¿UVW
map line of the list
Line 1
(on the screen
Transits to the ¿UVW>OLQH@
where the list is
voice recognition displayed)
Help help
mode’s help
screen [line] 2 Selects the item
listed in the
Reduces the second line of the
detour distance set Line 2
Half half list (on the screen
on the avoid route second [line]
where the list is
screen by half displayed)

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COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

[line] 3 Selects the item [near] here


listed in the third Narrows down
line of the list nearby the selected POI
Line 3
(on the screen Near here search candidates
third [line]
where the list is around here to places along the
displayed) route
Selects the item in the neighborhood
[line] 4
listed in the fourth
Registers
line of the list
Line 4 the selected
(on the screen New route new route
fourth [line] destination as a
where the list is
new destination
displayed)
Transits to the next
Transits to the Next next
screen
middle of the list
[go, jump, move, scroll]
Middle (on the screen no
[to] [the] middle
where the list is Rejects questions
displayed) No nope or other contents
Transits to the spoken to you
More more information list nop
reception screen

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COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
look for] [a] parking [lot] look for] [a] parking [lot]
[along, around, near, near here
on] [the] route Searches for
Parking along >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
parking lots along
route >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU look for] [a] parking [lot]
the route
look for] [a] car park nearby
[lot] [along, around,
near, on] [the] route >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
look for] [a] parking [lot] Searches for
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU Parking near around here parking lots

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


look for] [a] parking [lot] here around the current
at my destination >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
look for] [a] car park position
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU near here
look for] [a] parking [lot]
at the destination Searches for >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
Parking at my look for] [a] car park
parking lots around
destination >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU nearby
the destination
look for] [a] car park at
my destination >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
look for] [a] car park
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU around here
look for] [a] car park at
the destination

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COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU route info


look for] [a] parking Narrows down POI
Parking* search targets to
>ORW@>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK Route info route information
parking lots Reads the route
for, look for] [a] car park information that
route summary
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU has been set
Selects POI (after the voice
look for] [a] place search as the info
recognition mode
>¿QGVHDUFKIRUORRN destination search is turned off )
method (POI Info information
for] places
search method
Place >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU summary
searches only
look for] [a] point of for gas stations,
interest accommodations, route options Transits to the
parking lots and Route route editing
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU screen
restaurants.) [my, change] route
look for] [a] POI
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
look for] [a] restaurant Narrows down POI
Restaurant* search targets to
>¿QGVHDUFKIRUORRN restaurants
for] food

268
COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
look for] [a] restaurant look for] [a] restaurant
along [the] route Searches for near here
Restaurant along
restaurants along
route >¿QGVHDUFKIRUORRN >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
the route
for] food along [the] look for] [a] restaurant
route nearby
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU Searches for
look for] [a] restaurant Restaurant near look for] [a] restaurant restaurants
at my destination here around here around the current

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


position
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU >¿QGVHDUFKIRUORRN
look for] [a] restaurant for] food near here
at the destination Searches for
Restaurant at my >¿QGVHDUFKIRUORRN
restaurants around
destination >¿QGVHDUFKIRU for] food nearby
the destination
look for] food at my
destination >¿QGVHDUFKIRUORRN
for] food around here
>¿QGVHDUFKIRU
look for] food at the Reads the search
destination results on the list
Read out read [it] out
displayed on the
screen

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Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
look for] [a] gas station Narrows down POI look for] [a] gas station
Gas station* search targets to at my destination
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK
for, look for] [a] petrol gas stations >¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
[station] look for] [a] gas station
at the destination
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU Searches for gas
look for] [a] gas station Gas station at >¿QGJRWRVHDUFK stations around
along [the] route my destination for, look for] [a]
Searches for gas the destination
Gas station along petrol [station] at my
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK stations along the
route destination
for, look for] [a] petrol route
[station] along [the] >¿QGJRWRVHDUFK
route for, look for] [a]
petrol [station] at the
destination

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COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function Voice command Phrase Function

>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU Transits to the top


look for] [a] gas station [go, jump, move, scroll] of the list (on the
Top
near here [to] [the] top screen where the
list is displayed)
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU
look for] [a] gas station Moves the list one
nearby page up (on the
Up [page, scroll, move] up
screen where the
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFKIRU list is displayed)
look for] [a] gas station Searches for gas
Gas station near around here stations around Registers

Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM


here the current the selected
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK Waypoint waypoint
position destination as a
for, look for] [a] petrol relay point
[station] near here
Displays the
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK vehicle position
for, look for] [a] petrol information (When
[station] nearby there is a self-car
>¿QGJRWRVHDUFK Where am I where am I location in the
for, look for] [a] petrol location besides
[station] around here the road, this
function can’t be
used.)

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COMMAND LIST

Voice command Phrase Function

yes
Accepts questions
Yes yep or other contents
spoken to you
yeah

*: Searches for candidates close to your vehicle’s position.


Ɣ Commands on the touch screen that cannot be
operated have their colors toned down.

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MAP DATABASE INFORMATION AND UPDATES

MAP DATABASE INFORMATION AND UPDATES

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MAP DATABASE INFORMATION AND UPDATES

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MAP DATABASE INFORMATION AND UPDATES

276
CERTIFICATION

CERTIFICATION

CERTIFICATION RADIO WAVE COMMUNICATIONS


XU.S.A.
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
Ɣ FCC ID: BABFT0054A
Ɣ This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
Ɣ © 2013 SiriusXM Radio Inc. Sirius, XM and all related operation.
marks and logos are trademarks of SiriusXM Radio
Inc. All other marks, channel names and logos are the

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WARNING
property of their respective owners.
O FCC WARNING
&KDQJHVRUPRGL¿FDWLRQVQRWH[SUHVVO\DSSURYHGE\WKHSDUW\
SiriusXM DATA SERVICE responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
Neither SiriusXM nor Subaru is responsible for any errors
O CAUTION: Radio Frequency Radiation Exposure
or inaccuracies in the SiriusXM data services or its use in
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits
vehicle. set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC
radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines. This equipment
should be installed and operated keeping the radiator at
least 20cm or more away from person’s body in normal use
position.
O Co-location: This transmitter must not be co-located or
operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

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CERTIFICATION

XCanada
WARNING
Ɣ IC: 2024B-FT0054A
O CAUTION: Radio Frequency Radiation Exposure
Ɣ This device complies with Industry Canada licence-
exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure limits set
forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets RSS-102 of
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment
interference, and (2) this device must accept any should be installed and operated keeping the radiator at
interference, including interference that may cause least 20cm or more away from person’s body (excluding
undesired operation of the device. extremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles).
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie ATTENTION : l’exposition aux rayonnements radiofréquence
Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de - Cet équipement est conforme aux limites d’exposition
licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions aux rayonnements énoncées pour un environnement non
suivantes : (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de contrôlé et respecte les règles d’exposition aux fréquences
brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter radioélectriques (RF) CNR-102 de l’IC. Cet équipement doit
tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage être installé et utilisé en gardant une distance de 20cm ou
est susceptible d’en compromettre le fonctionnement. plus entre le dispositif rayonnant et le corps (à l’exception des
extrémités : mains, poignets, pieds et chevilles).

278
CERTIFICATION

XMéxico
Gracenote
Ɣ Gracenote®, Gracenote logo and logotype, and the
“Powered by Gracenote” logo are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Gracenote, Inc. in the United
States and/or other countries.
Ɣ RCPFUFT14-1151
Ɣ La operación de este equipo está sujeta a las siguientes
dos condiciones: (1) es posible que este equipo o
dispositivo no cause interferencia perjudicial y (2) este
equipo o dispositivo debe aceptar cualquier interferencia,
incluyendo la que pueda causar su operación no
deseada.

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Ɣ Music and 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, please visit www.gracenote.com.

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CERTIFICATION

Bluetooth

Ɣ The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered


trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of
such marks by Fujitsu Ten Limited is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are those of their respective
owners.

microSDHC

Ɣ microSDHC Logo is a trademark of SD-3C,LLC.

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CERTIFICATION

iPod MirrorLinkTM

Ɣ “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an


electronic accessory has been designed to connect Ɣ 0LUURU/LQN &HUWL¿HGŒ WKH 'HVLJQ 2QO\Œ &HUWL¿FDWLRQ
VSHFL¿FDOO\ WR L3RG RU L3KRQH UHVSHFWLYHO\ DQG KDV EHHQ Logo, MirrorLink™ and the MirrorLink™ Logo are
FHUWL¿HG E\ WKH GHYHORSHU WR PHHW $SSOH SHUIRUPDQFH FHUWL¿FDWLRQPDUNVDQGWUDGHPDUNVRIWKH&DU&RQQHFWLYLW\
standards. Consortium LLC. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited.
Ɣ Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device
or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Pandora
Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod or

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iPhone may affect wireless performance.
Ɣ iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are
trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries. Lightning is a trademark of Apple Inc.
Ɣ App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Ɣ Pandora, the Pandora logo, and the Pandora trade dress
are trademarks or registered trademarks of Pandora
Media, Inc. Used with permission.

Google
Ɣ Google Play is a trademark of Google Inc.

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HOW TO GET THE SOURCE CODE USING THE OPEN SOURCE

HOW TO GET THE SOURCE CODE USING THE OPEN SOURCE

This system implements software using the open source.


For customers who would like to get the source code of the
software, it is available by downloading it from the web site
of Clarion, Co., Ltd.
For details, refer to the following web site.
http://www.clarion.com/us/en/support/index.html

282
WHAT TO DO IF

WHAT TO DO IF

TROUBLESHOOTING

RADIO OPERATION

Experience Cause Action

Mismatch of time alignment- a user may hear The radio stations analog and digital volume
None, radio broadcast issue. A user can
a short period of programming replayed or an is not properly aligned or the station is in
contact the radio station.
echo, stutter or skip. ballgame mode.
Reception issue, may clear-up as the vehicle
Radio is shifting between analog and digital continues to be driven. Turning the indicator
Sound fades, blending in and out.
audio. of the HD Radio button off can force radio in

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an analog audio.
This is normal behavior, wait until the digital
Audio mute condition when an HD2/HD3 The radio does not have access to digital
signal returns. If out of the coverage area,
multicast channel had been playing. signals at the moment.
seek a new station.
The digital multicast content is not available
Audio mute delay when selecting an HD2/ until HD Radio™ broadcast can be decoded This is normal behavior, wait for the audio to
HD3 multicast channel preset. and make the audio available. This takes up become available.
to 7 seconds.
%URDGFDVWHUVKRXOGEHQRWL¿HG&RPSOHWH
Text information does not match the present the form;
Data service issue by the radio broadcaster.
song audio. www.ibiquity.com/automotive/report_radio_
station_experiences.

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WHAT TO DO IF

Experience Cause Action

%URDGFDVWHUVKRXOGEHQRWL¿HG&RPSOHWH
No text information shown for the present the form;
Data service issue by the radio broadcaster.
selected frequency. www.ibiquity.com/automotive/report_radio_
station_experiences.

PHONE
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XWhen using the hands-free system with a Bluetooth device

Page
Symptom Likely cause Solution
Cellular This
phone system
)RUDOLVWRIVSHFL¿FGHYLFHVZKLFK
RSHUDWLRQKDVEHHQFRQ¿UPHGRQWKLV
system.
For USA customers, please visit
The connected device may not be a www.subaru.com for details.
* 180
compatible Bluetooth cellular phone. Outside of the USA customers,
The hands-free system or Bluetooth contact your local dealer to arrange
device does not work. DGHPRQVWUDWLRQLQRUGHUWRFRQ¿UP
whether or not the phone can be
paired with the vehicle.
The Bluetooth version of the Use a cellular phone with Bluetooth
connected cellular phone may be version 1.1 or higher (recommended: * 180
ROGHUWKDQWKHVSHFL¿HGYHUVLRQ Ver. 3.0 +EDR or higher).
*: For details, refer to the owner’s manual that came with the cellular phone.

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WHAT TO DO IF

XWhen registering/connecting a cellular phone

Page
Symptom Likely cause Solution
Cellular This
phone system
An incorrect passcode was entered Enter the correct passcode on the
* -
on the cellular phone. cellular phone.
The registration operation has not Complete the registration operation
been completed on the cellular phone on the cellular phone (approve * -
A cellular phone cannot be side. registration on the phone).
registered.
Delete the existing registration
Old registration information remains information from both this system and
on either this system or the cellular the cellular phone, then register the * 183
phone. cellular phone you wish to connect to

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this system.
Another Bluetooth device is already Manually connect the cellular phone
- 184
connected. you wish to use to this system.
Bluetooth function is not enabled on Enable the Bluetooth function on the
* -
A Bluetooth connection cannot be the cellular phone. cellular phone.
made.
Set automatic Bluetooth connection
Automatic Bluetooth connection on on this system to on when the ignition
- 189
this system is set to off. switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON”
position.
*: For details, refer to the owner’s manual that came with the cellular phone.

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WHAT TO DO IF

XWhen making/receiving a call

Page
Symptom Likely cause Solution
Cellular This
phone system

A call cannot be made/received. Your vehicle is in a “No Service” area. Move into the service area. - -

XWhen using the phonebook

Page
Symptom Likely cause Solution
Cellular This
phone system
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RSHUDWLRQKDVEHHQFRQ¿UPHGRQWKLV
system.
For USA customers, please visit
7KHSUR¿OHYHUVLRQRIWKHFRQQHFWHG
www.subaru.com for details.
cellular phone may not be compatible * 180
Outside of the USA customers,
with transferring phonebook data.
contact your local dealer to arrange
Phonebook data cannot be DGHPRQVWUDWLRQLQRUGHUWRFRQ¿UP
transferred manually/automatically. whether or not the phone can be
paired with the vehicle.
Automatic contact transfer function Set automatic contact transfer
- 138
on this system is set to off. function on this system to on.
Complete transfer operation on the
Transfer operation on the cellular
cellular phone (approve transfer * -
phone has not completed.
operation on the phone).
Automatic contact transfer function Set automatic contact transfer
Phonebook data cannot be edited. - 138
on this system is set to on. function on this system to off.
*: For details, refer to the owner’s manual that came with the cellular phone.

286
WHAT TO DO IF

XWhen using the Bluetooth message function

Page
Symptom Likely cause Solution
Cellular This
phone system
Enable message transfer on the
Message transfer is not enabled on
cellular phone (approve message * -
the cellular phone.
Messages cannot be viewed. transfer on the phone).
Automatic transfer function on this Set automatic transfer function on
- 145
system is set to off. this system to on.
1RWL¿FDWLRQRI606006(PDLO 6HWQRWL¿FDWLRQRI606006(PDLO
- 145
1HZPHVVDJHQRWL¿FDWLRQVDUHQRW reception on this system is set to off. reception on this system to on.
displayed. Automatic message transfer function Enable automatic transfer function on
* -
is not enabled on the cellular phone. the cellular phone.

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*: For details, refer to the owner’s manual that came with the cellular phone.

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WHAT TO DO IF

XIn other situations

Page
Symptom Likely cause Solution
Cellular This
phone system
The Bluetooth connection status is
To turn off the display, set connection
displayed at the top of the screen &RQQHFWLRQFRQ¿UPDWLRQGLVSOD\RQ
FRQ¿UPDWLRQGLVSOD\RQWKLVV\VWHP - 188
each time the ignition switch is turned this system is set to on.
to off.
to the “ACC” or “ON” position.
The cellular phone is not close Bring the cellular phone closer to this
- -
enough to this system. system.
Turn the cellular phone off, remove
and reinstall the battery pack, and * -
then restart the cellular phone.
Even though all conceivable Enable the cellular phone’s Bluetooth
* -
measures have been taken, the connection.
symptom status does not change. The cellular phone is the most likely
cause of the symptom. Stop the cellular phone’s security
* -
software and close all applications.
Before using an application installed
on the cellular phone, carefully check
* -
its source and how its operation
might affect this system.
*: For details, refer to the owner’s manual that came with the cellular phone.

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ERROR MESSAGES

ERROR MESSAGES

If the following messages appear, check by referring to the cause and action below.

Mode Message Cause Action

“No stations available. Displayed when the FM radio signal Try to receive the signal again in a
FM radio
(No stations available.)” is lost (while accessing). location free from obstructions.
“No HD Radio signal available. Try to receive the signal again in a
The HD Radio reception is poor.
(No HD Radio signal available.)” location free from obstructions.
“No channels available. Displayed when the HD Radio signal Try to receive the signal again in a
(No channels available.)” is lost (while accessing). location free from obstructions.
HD Radio
“Saving the HD Radio tag was
unsuccessful.
Failed to save the tag information. Acquire the tag information again.
(Saving the HD Radio tag was

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unsuccessful.)”

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ERROR MESSAGES

Mode Message Cause Action

“Check Antenna
(Check Antenna)” The SiriusXM antenna is not Check whether the SiriusXM antenna
“Antenna Disconnected (Antenna connected. cable is attached securely.
Disconnected)”
A short circuit occurs in the antenna 6HHD68%$58FHUWL¿HGGHDOHUIRU
“Antenna Shorted (Antenna Shorted)”
or the surrounding antenna cable. assistance.
The SiriusXM signal is too weak at Wait until your vehicle reaches a
“No Signal (No Signal)”
SiriusXM® the current location. location with a stronger signal.
Wait for a few seconds until the
The channel you selected is no radio returns to the previous channel
“Ch Unavailable (Ch Unavailable)”
longer available. or “Ch 001”. If it does not change
automatically, select another channel.
Wait for a few seconds until the
The current radio station is no longer
“Ch Unsubscribed (Ch radio returns to the previous channel
available due to changes in the
Unsubscribed)” or “Ch 001”. If it does not change
contract status.
automatically, select another channel.

290
ERROR MESSAGES

Mode Message Cause Action

³1RPXVLF¿OHVIRXQG 1RPXVLF¿OHV This indicates that no MP3/WMA/ Insert a disc on which playable music
found.)” $$&¿OHVDUHLQFOXGHGLQWKHGLVF data is recorded.
It indicates that the disc is dirty,
CD “Check DISC (Check DISC)” damaged, or it was inserted upside Clean the disc or insert it correctly.
down.

“DISC Error (DISC Error)” There is a trouble inside the system. Eject the disc.

This indicates that no MP3/WMA/


³1RPXVLF¿OHVIRXQG 1RPXVLF¿OHV Connect a USB memory in which
$$&¿OHVDUHLQFOXGHGLQWKH86%
found.)” playable music data is stored.
memory.
USB ³1RYLGHR¿OHVIRXQG 1RYLGHR¿OHV This indicates that there is no video Connect a USB memory in which
found.)” data in the USB memory. playable video data is stored.

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Because an over current was Stop using the device for a short time
“USB Error (USB Error)”
detected. and then try again.

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ERROR MESSAGES

Mode Message Cause Action

³1RPXVLF¿OHVIRXQG This indicates that there is no music Connect a iPod in which playable
 1RPXVLF¿OHVIRXQG ´ data in the iPod. music data is stored.
‡Playback failure or communication ‡Connect a iPod correctly.
“iPod Error. abnormality. ĺ3
(iPod Error.)” ‡Because an over current was ‡Stop using the device for a short
detected. time and then try again.
³3OHDVHFKHFNWKHL3RG¿UPZDUH
version. This indicates that the software 3HUIRUPWKHL3RG¿UPZDUHXSGDWHV
iPod
 3OHDVHFKHFNWKHL3RG¿UPZDUH version is not compatible. and try again.
version.)”
“iPod authorization has failed. This indicates that it failed to
Please check your iPod.
(iPod authorization has failed.)” authorize the iPod.
“iPod storage is full. Tags cannot be
stored. There is no space remaining in the Connect an iPod with space
(iPod storage is full. Tags cannot be iPod memory. remaining in its memory.
stored.)”
³1RPXVLF¿OHVIRXQG 1RPXVLF¿OHV This indicates that no MP3/WMA/ Insert a SD card in which playable
found.)” $$&¿OHVDUHLQFOXGHGLQWKH6'FDUG music data is stored.
³1RYLGHR¿OHVIRXQG 1RYLGHR¿OHV This indicates that there is no video Insert a SD card in which playable
SD*1
found.)” data in the SD card. video data is stored.
Because an over current was Stop using the SD card for a short
“SD Error. (SD Error.)”
detected. time and then try again.

292
ERROR MESSAGES

Mode Message Cause Action

“Music tracks not supported. Please


‡Check the device settings.
check your audio player. (Music A device that is incompatible with
Bluetooth Audio ‡Connect a device that is compatible
tracks not supported. Please check audio playback was connected.
with audio playback.
your audio player.)”
‡Install the SUBARU STARLINK
application.
Please disconnect mobile device
‡The SUBARU STARLINK ‡Turn ON the your smartphone
and install the SUBARU STARLINK
application has not been installed power.
application on your mobile device and
on your smartphone. ‡Check the Bluetooth connection.
try again.
‡Your smartphone power was turned ‡Move the car and connect to
SUBARU
OFF. SUBARU STARLINK again.
STARLINK Bluetooth disconnected, please
‡The Bluetooth connection has been ‡Wait a short while and connect to
reconnect and try again.
lost. SUBARU STARLINK again.
‡The signal quality is weak. ‡Start the SUBARU STARLINK

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Smartphone data connection is poor,
‡Lines are congested. application on your smartphone,
please try to connect again.
check the service availability, and
then reconnect.
“Information acquisition error. When not able to get the requested Please try again (Refresh etc.) later
(Information acquisition error.)” information. or reconnect it.
“Poor wireless reception. (Poor When a communication error has Please try again in a better
wireless reception.)” been detected. communications environment.
aha
“Entry not recognized. (Entry not When an invalid operation has been Please try again (Refresh etc.) later
recognized.)” executed. or reconnect it.
“The station list cannot be acquired. When not able to get the station Please try again (Refresh etc.) later
(The station list cannot be acquired.)” information. or reconnect it.

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ERROR MESSAGES

Mode Message Cause Action

‡When not able to get the content ‡Please try again (Refresh etc.) later
“The content cannot be acquired. information. or reconnect it.
(The content cannot be acquired.)” ‡When not able to switch to the Top ‡Select the desired station again
content when touching . when the station list appears.

:KHQFRQWHQWVSHFL¿FRSHUDWLRQV
“Action not available. (Action not Please try again (Refresh etc.) later
such as “fast forward” or “rewind” are
available.)” or reconnect it.
not available.
When data transmission failed when
“Failed. (Failed.)” Please try again later.
touching .

‡When invalid data is received from


aha the aha application or there is no
“aha communication error - Please response.
Please try again (Refresh etc.)
check Owner’s Manual. (aha ‡When the connection to the aha
later or reconnect it. If it is still not
communication error - Please check application via Bluetooth is not
improved, restart the aha application.
Owner’s Manual.)” available.
‡When the data reception from this
unit is rejected.
When you want to connect to the aha
When aha radio setting is set to
“Please select the type of connection application with the Android device,
in “aha Settings”. (Please select the USB (USB) when the Android select Bluetooth (Bluetooth) in
type of connection in “aha Settings”.)” device is going to be paired via
the aha radio setting from the setting
Bluetooth.
screen.

294
ERROR MESSAGES

Mode Message Cause Action

“No stations have been added to your


When no stations have been
list. (No stations have been added to Please register stations.
registered.
your list.)”
“Your ratings information was not
When ratings information has not
saved. (Your ratings information was Please try again later.
been updated to the Pandora server.
not saved.)”
When bookmark registration
“Bookmark not saved. (Bookmark not
information has not been updated to Please try again later.
saved.)”
the Pandora server.
Pandora*2 “Pandora is not available at your
When Pandora is used in an area Please try again at a different
current location. (Pandora is not
where it is not available. location.
available at your current location.)”

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“The selected Pandora station is
no longer available. (The selected When the selected station has been
Please select another station.
Pandora station is no longer deleted, or has expired.
available.)”
When the Pandora server is
“Pandora Error. (Pandora Error.)” undergoing maintenance, or another Please try again later.
error has occurred.
*1: With navigation function
*2: Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.

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INDEX

INDEX

A CD ..................................................................................................78
Command list................................................................................257
ahaTM by HARMAN .......................................................................156
AM radio .........................................................................................60 D
“APPS (APPS)” screen ................................................................... 23
Audio settings .................................................................................99 Destination search screen ............................................................ 207
AUX ................................................................................................94
E
B Entering letters, numbers/list screen .............................................. 48
Bluetooth ......................................................................................176 Entering letters/numbers............................................................. 48
3UR¿OHV ......................................................................................180 List screen operation .................................................................. 48
Registering Bluetooth audio device .......................................... 179 Error messages ............................................................................289
Registering Bluetooth phone .................................................... 176
F
Bluetooth audio...............................................................................91
Connecting Bluetooth devices .................................................. 184 FM radio .........................................................................................60
Bluetooth phone message ............................................................ 130
G
C General settings ...........................................................................190
Calling on Bluetooth phone .......................................................... 121 GPS ..............................................................................................244
By call history............................................................................123 Limitations.................................................................................244
By contacts ...............................................................................124 Guiding the route ............................................................................31
By dial pad ................................................................................125
H
By off hook sw ..........................................................................125
By speed dial list .......................................................................122 “HOME (HOME)” screen ................................................................ 22
By split screen ..........................................................................126

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I O
“INFO (INFO)” screen .....................................................................24 Operating information ...................................................................102
Info screen operation ...................................................................... 46 CD player/disc ..........................................................................104
Reordering the menu icons......................................................... 46 File information .........................................................................108
Initial screen ...................................................................................38 iPod...........................................................................................107
iPod ................................................................................................84 Radio ........................................................................................102
SD card .....................................................................................108
L Terms ........................................................................................ 112
Loading/unloading an SD card ....................................................... 42 Overview buttons ............................................................................20
Loading .......................................................................................42
P
Unloading....................................................................................43
Pandora ........................................................................................162
M Phone/message settings .............................................................. 136

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Map screen operation ...................................................................203 “Contact/Call History Settings
Current position display ............................................................ 203 (Contact/Call History Settings)” screen ................................. 138
Map scale .................................................................................204 “Messaging Settings (Messaging Settings)” screen ................. 145
Orientation of the map .............................................................. 205 “Phone Display Settings (Phone Display Settings)” screen ...... 146
Position marker .........................................................................206 “Phone/Message Settings
Show map .................................................................................203 (Phone/Message Settings)” screen ...................................... 136
Memory points settings................................................................. 234 “Sound Settings (Sound Settings)” screen ............................... 137
Saving destinations................................................................... 235
Setting up home........................................................................234
MirrorLinkTM...................................................................................154

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INDEX

R S
Receiving on Bluetooth phone...................................................... 126 Screen adjustment..........................................................................50
Incoming calls ...........................................................................126 Day and night mode.................................................................... 52
Registering home ...........................................................................29 SD card...........................................................................................87
Route guidance screen................................................................. 221 Search operation ..........................................................................208
'DWD¿HOGV .................................................................................222 Coordinates ..............................................................................217
Highway services ......................................................................224 Favorites ...................................................................................216
Junction display ........................................................................225 Find address .............................................................................209
Lane information/signs.............................................................. 223 Find on map ..............................................................................216
Route overview .........................................................................223 Find places ...............................................................................212
Screen for route guidance ........................................................ 221 Frequently used destination ..................................................... 217
Standard map icon....................................................................221 History.......................................................................................217
Route related functions................................................................. 226 Setting home as destination ..................................................... 209
Adding destinations .................................................................. 227 Setting Bluetooth details ............................................................... 181
Avoidances setting....................................................................230 “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)” screen ...................... 181
Changing route .........................................................................230 Connecting................................................................................184
Creating a route ........................................................................232 Deleting.....................................................................................183
Deleting destinations ................................................................ 228 Editing .......................................................................................186
Displaying change route ........................................................... 226 Registering................................................................................182
Editing route..............................................................................227 “System Settings (System Settings)” screen ............................ 188
Reordering destinations ............................................................ 227 Setting home as the destination ..................................................... 32
Route alternatives .....................................................................233 “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” screen .................................................. 28
Setting a new starting point ...................................................... 231 Siri ................................................................................................248
Setting route preferences ......................................................... 228

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INDEX

SiriusXM radio data service .......................................................... 166 U


Fuel information ........................................................................172
USB memory ..................................................................................81
Sports information.....................................................................166
Stock information ......................................................................171 V
Weather information ................................................................. 167
SiriusXM® satellite radio ................................................................. 69 Voice recognition system ................................................................ 59
Split screen .....................................................................................25 Voice settings ...............................................................................196
Split screen operation .....................................................................47
Customizing ................................................................................47
Starting route guidance ................................................................ 219
Canceling ..................................................................................220
Route simulation .......................................................................219
Starting .....................................................................................219
Status display .................................................................................26

APPENDIX/WHAT TO DO IF/INDEX
Steering switches ...........................................................................96
SUBARU STARLINK .................................................................... 153

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Talking on Bluetooth phone .......................................................... 127
Incoming call waiting................................................................. 129
Sending tones ...........................................................................128
Transmit volume setting............................................................ 129
Touch screen gestures ................................................................... 44
Touch screen operation .................................................................. 46
7UDI¿FLQIRUPDWLRQ .........................................................................206
Troubleshooting ............................................................................283
Typical voice guidance prompts ................................................... 225
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Foreword
This supplement contains explanations and instructions for correctly
operating the following systems.
· Navigation System
· Audio and Visual System
· Handsfree System
· APPS
If your vehicle contains one of the systems above, be sure to check the
contents of this supplement carefully.
If you transfer the ownership of the vehicle to another person, make
sure that this supplement is provided with the Owner's Manual inside
the vehicle.
The information, specifications and illustrations in this supplement are
valid at the time of publication. Fuji Heavy Industries reserves the right
to change the specifications and design without prior notice, with no
obligation to perform the same or equivalent changes to vehicles sold
in the past.
This Owner's Manual supplement applies to all models, and describes
all devices, including manufacturer-installed options. This means that
information may be included about devices that are not installed in
your vehicle.

SUBARU STARLINK is the “in-car connectivity system” available on select


Subaru vehicles.
FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN
is a registered trademark of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
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