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Infotainment System

en Operating instructions
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Disclaimer

All information in this manual is based on the


latest product information available at the time
of publication. Due to improvements or other
changes, there may be discrepancies between
information in this manual and your Infotain-
ment System. SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION
reserves the right to make production/feature
changes/improvements at any time, without
notice and without incurring any obligation to
make the same or similar changes to Infotain-
ment Systems previously built or sold. This
Infotainment System may not comply with
standards or regulations of other countries, and
user discretion is highly solicited.
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1 2 3 4 1 button
When the device is in normal operating
mode:
Short tap: Mute the device / cancel mute
Long tap: Switch the device to standby
mode
When the device is in standby mode:
Switch the device to normal operating
mode
2 Display
3 SD card slot
4 button
Open the Home menu
5 button
Activate voice control
6 button
In the Home menu:
Open the menu for sound and system
settings
In the operating modes:
Open the settings menu
7 6 5
7 Volume control
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Contents
1 Features........................................ 8 4.6 Enabling the keypad lock while 4.10.8 Displaying the data carrier version....  23
driving...............................................  15 4.11 Connecting/inserting external
2 Symbols used in this document... 8
4.6.1 Keypad lock setting during active devices and data storage devices.....  23
3 Important information.................. 9 Apple CarPlay session......................  16 4.11.1 General information.........................  23
3.1 Cleaning information..........................  9 4.7 Entering the security PIN..................  16 4.11.2 SD card............................................  23
4.11.3 USB storage device/Apple................  24
4 Operation.................................... 10 4.8 Sound settings..................................  17 4.11.4 AUX audio source.............................  25
4.1 Touchscreen controls.......................  10 4.8.1 Adjusting the bass and treble..........  17 4.11.5 Enabling the external DVD input......  25
4.8.2 Adjusting the balance.......................  17 4.11.6 Connecting a device via Bluetooth®. 25
4.1.1 Tapping............................................  10
4.8.3 Adjusting the fader...........................  17 4.11.7 Connecting a smartphone via
4.1.2 Swiping............................................  10
4.8.4 Selecting an equalizer preset...........  17 smartphone integration...................  27
4.1.3 Zooming the map view.....................  10
4.8.5 Adjusting the speed dependent
4.1.4 Scrolling the visible map area..........  11
volume..............................................  17
4.2 Switching the device on/off..............  11 4.8.6 Volume adjustment for the AUX
4.2.1 Switching on/off..............................  11 source..............................................  18
4.2.2 Standby mode..................................  11 4.8.7 Volume adjustment for an external
DVD source......................................  18
4.3 Adjusting the volume........................  11 4.8.8 System beep – on/off.......................  18
4.3.1 Increasing/decreasing the volume...  11
4.9 Setting the time and date.................  18
4.3.2 Muting the device.............................  11
4.9.1 Selecting the date format................  18
4.4 Home menu......................................  11 4.9.2 Selecting the time format................  19
4.4.1 Calling up the display of a main 4.9.3 Setting the time via GPS..................  19
operating mode................................  12 4.9.4 Setting the time manually................  19
4.4.2 Directly selecting functions..............  13
4.10 Further system settings....................  20
4.4.3 Quick-access feature........................  14
4.10.1 Adjusting the display brightness......  20
4.5 The displays of the main operating 4.10.2 Setting the language........................  20
modes...............................................  14 4.10.3 Selecting the system of
4.5.1 Radio listening and playing media....  14 measurement...................................  20
4.5.2 Telephone.........................................  15 4.10.4 Security PIN protection – on/off......  21
4.5.3 Navigation........................................  15 4.10.5 Changing the device’s security PIN..  22
4.5.4 Smartphone integration...................  15 4.10.6 Displaying information about open-
4.5.5 Switching between the displays of source software...............................  22
the main operating modes...............  15 4.10.7 Reset to the factory settings............  22
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5 FM/AM radio mode.................... 28 6 DAB radio mode.......................... 32 7 Playing media............................. 34


5.1 Listening to the radio.......................  28 6.1 Listening to DAB...............................  32 7.1 Selecting a media source..................  34
5.2 The tuner display..............................  28 6.2 The DAB display................................  32 7.2 Calling up the audio/video display...  35
5.3 Calling up the tuner display..............  29 6.3 Calling up the DAB display...............  32 7.3 Audio playback.................................  35
7.3.1 The audio display.............................  35
5.4 RDS...................................................  29 6.4 DAB features.....................................  32
7.3.2 Pausing playback..............................  35
5.4.1 AF mode – on/off.............................  29
6.5 DAB service list.................................  32 7.3.3 Skipping to the next/previous title...  35
5.4.2 Regional mode – on/off...................  29 7.3.4 Selecting titles in the media
5.5 Selecting the waveband/memory 6.6 Selecting services.............................  33 browser............................................  35
bank..................................................  29 6.7 Storing services................................  33 7.3.5 Fast forward/rewind.........................  35
7.3.6 Skipping forwards/backwards in the
5.6 Tuning stations.................................  30 6.7.1 Storing services manually................  33
current title......................................  36
6.7.2 Storing services automatically.........  33
5.6.1 Tuning stations manually..................  30 7.3.7 Repeat function................................  36
5.6.2 Starting seek tuning.........................  30 6.8 Listening to a stored service.............  33 7.3.8 Shuffle function................................  36
5.6.3 Station list........................................  30 7.4 Video playback..................................  36
6.9 Listening to a service’s secondary
5.6.4 Scanning receivable stations...........  30
audio channel...................................  33 7.4.1 The video display.............................  36
5.7 Storing stations................................  30 7.4.2 Pausing playback..............................  36
5.7.1 Storing stations manually.................  30 6.10 Preselecting programme types.........  33 7.4.3 Skipping to the next/previous title...  37
5.7.2 Storing stations automatically..........  30 7.4.4 Selecting titles in the media
6.11 Displaying DAB extra information.....  34
browser............................................  37
5.8 Listening to a stored station.............  30
6.12 DAB-FM switching.............................  34 7.4.5 Fast forward/rewind.........................  37
5.9 Radio-text display – on/off...............  30 7.4.6 Skipping forwards/backwards in the
current title......................................  37
5.10 Traffic announcement.......................  31 7.4.7 Full-screen mode – on/off................  37
5.10.1 Traffic announcement priority –
7.5 Media browser..................................  37
on/off...............................................  31
5.10.2 Cancelling a playing traffic 7.5.1 The browser display.........................  37
announcement.................................  31 7.5.2 Selecting titles.................................  38
7.5.3 Closing the browser without
selecting a title.................................  38
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8 Navigation................................... 38 8.7.9 Viewing details of a location on the 8.10 Specifying custom route options......  51
map..................................................  46 8.10.1 Opening the route options...............  51
8.1 Starting navigation...........................  39
8.7.10 Selecting a point of interest from 8.10.2 Selecting the basic type of route.....  51
8.2 Entering a destination......................  39 the map............................................  46 8.10.3 Activating dynamic route guidance
8.2.1 Opening the Destinations menu.......  39 8.8 Route guidance settings in the Route with TMC..........................................  51
8.2.2 Entering an address.........................  39 menu.................................................  46 8.10.4 Avoiding certain types of road and
8.2.3 Selecting a point of interest.............  41 transport..........................................  52
8.8.1 Opening the Route menu.................  46
8.2.4 Entering coordinates........................  42 8.11 Displaying information on the
8.8.2 Cancelling route guidance................  47
8.2.5 Selecting one of the previous
8.8.3 Muting navigation announcements..  47 current position................................  52
destinations or a destination stored
8.8.4 Displaying destination information..  47
as a favourite....................................  42 8.12 Your own points of interest..............  52
8.8.5 Displaying the route list...................  47
8.3 Location details view........................  42 8.8.6 Displaying the list of waypoints.......  47 8.12.1 Data format......................................  53
8.3.1 Areas of the location details view....  43 8.8.7 Searching for a point of interest on 8.12.2 Loading your own points of interest
8.3.2 Options in the location details view. 43 the route or near the destination.....  47 onto the device................................  53
8.8.8 Blocking route sections....................  47 8.12.3 Point of interest warnings displayed
8.4 Storing the home address................  44 during the journey – on/off..............  53
8.9 Specifying guidance and map
8.5 Entering a waypoint..........................  44 8.12.4 Deleting your own points of interest
settings.............................................  48 from the device................................  54
8.6 Changing the destination while route 8.9.1 Opening the guidance and map set-
8.13 Enabling the keypad lock while
guidance is active.............................  44 tings.................................................  48
8.9.2 Displaying points of interest on the driving...............................................  54
8.7 Map view and map options...............  44 map..................................................  48 8.14 Selecting the geo coordinate format. 55
8.7.1 Opening the map view.....................  44 8.9.3 Selecting the map orientation..........  48
8.7.2 The map view during an active route 8.9.4 3D map view – on/off.......................  49 8.15 Updating the map data.....................  55
guidance session..............................  44 8.9.5 Enabling automatic zoom.................  49
8.9.6 Lane guidance – on/off....................  49
8.16 Retrofitting the navigation function..  55
8.7.3 Repeating the current navigation
announcement.................................  45 8.9.7 Voice guidance – on/off...................  49
8.7.4 Changing the map scale...................  45 8.9.8 Visual driving recommendations in
8.7.5 Changing the map view mode..........  45 other operating modes– on/off........  50
8.7.6 Displaying TMC messages................  45 8.9.9 Acoustical traffic information...........  50
8.7.7 Changing the displayed section of 8.9.10 Show speed limit information..........  50
the map............................................  46
8.7.8 Selecting a destination or waypoint
from the map...................................  46
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9 Telephone................................... 56 10 Smartphone integration............. 60 12 Voice control............................... 64


9.1 Starting phone mode........................  56 10.1 Calling up the smartphone display...  62 12.1 Voice control – start/stop.................  64
9.1.1 Opening the phone menu................  56
10.2 Selecting a particular application 12.2 How voice control works..................  65
9.2 Answering/rejecting a call................  57 on a smartphone..............................  62 12.2.1 The main menu.................................  65
9.2.1 Answering a call...............................  57 12.2.2 Saying voice commands...................  65
10.3 Smartphone integration settings......  62
9.2.2 Rejecting a call.................................  57 12.2.3 Opening the menu for an operating
10.3.1 Android™ connection priority...........  62 mode................................................  65
9.3 During the current call......................  57 10.3.2 Enabling the keypad lock while 12.2.4 Selecting from a list.........................  65
9.3.1 Ending the call.................................  57 driving..............................................  63
9.3.2 Muting the call.................................  57 12.3 Help for voice control.......................  66
9.3.3 Switching the call to the mobile 11 Rear-view camera....................... 63
phone...............................................  57 13 Steering wheel remote control.. 66
11.1 Picture settings for the rear-view
9.4 Dialling a number..............................  57 camera..............................................  63 14 Points of interest – symbol
11.1.1 Guide lines – on/off.........................  63 overview..................................... 67
9.5 Calling a contact from the phone
11.1.2 Adjusting the picture brightness
book..................................................  57 and contrast.....................................  64
9.6 Calling an entry in the call list..........  57
9.6.1 Tone dial feature (DTMF).................  58
9.7 Second call.......................................  58
9.7.1 A second incoming call....................  58
9.7.2 Switching between two calls...........  58
9.8 SMS text messages...........................  59
9.8.1 Reading an incoming text message..  59
9.8.2 Incoming text message display –
on/off...............................................  59
9.9 Activating the voice control system
of the connected mobile phone........  59
9.10 Further settings................................  60
9.10.1 Ringtone of the mobile phone..........  60
9.10.2 Phone-book sort order.....................  60
8 | en Features | Symbols used in this document

1 Features 2 Symbols used in this In addition to these warnings, the following


symbols are also used:
ff AM/FM tuner document
–– 18 FM and 12 AM manual presets Note:
ff DAB tuner (optional) Symbols linked with text within a grey box are Additional details for the application
–– 12 manual presets warnings and always indicate an immediate or and further useful information.
ff USB/SD/iPod potential hazard to the user and/or other per-
–– Supports MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, 3GPP, sons and/or damage of objects: ff Single-step procedure – instructions for a
audiobooks, MPG, AVI procedure that can be completed in just one
–– Playlists Safety notice step.
–– Browsing ff Immediate danger that could cause
–– Shuffle/repeat serious personal injury or death. ff Bulleted list.
ff Aux audio input & DVD video input ff Potentially dangerous situation that
ff Bluetooth® phone could cause serious personal injury Italic letters like Balance indicate such elements
–– Hands free or death. as the name of a menu or menu item.
–– Phone book access ff Potentially dangerous situation that
–– Music streaming could cause personal injury or dam- Bold letters like Language indicate a button or
ff Smartphone integration age to property. menu item that you can tap in order to access a
–– Apple CarPlay function or to display further options.
–– MirrorLink™ Important note:
–– Android Auto™ Warns of a potentially hazardous situa-
ff Sound adjustments tion in which the device or any other
–– Bass, treble, balance, fader object in the vicinity could be dam-
–– 6 equalizer presets aged.
ff Voice control
ff GPS navigation
ff Steering wheel control
Important information en | 9

3 Important informa- ff The usage of the navigation system ff Only use appropriate connecting cables and
does not absolve the driver of the external devices in regard to safety, electro-
tion responsibility of a correct and vigi- magnetic compatibility and grade of shield-
lant attitude. The relevant traffic ing.
Hereby, Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH regulations must always be fol- ff The device must not come into contact with
declares that this radio navigation system is in lowed. If a navigation instruction hot or burning objects (e.g. cigarettes).
compliance with the essential requirements and contradicts traffic regulations, the
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/ traffic regulations always apply. Note:
EC. ff The route guidance provided by the Some pixels in the display are darker or
device may not be completely accu- brighter than others. This condition is
Road safety rate. Ensure that all driving manoeu- an inherent characteristic of liquid
ff Operating the device is only permit- vres are legal and safe in order to crystal displays, and it is not a malfunc-
ted when the driving and traffic avoid accidents. tion.
situation allow you to do so. Before
starting to use the device, make Risk of electrical shock or 3.1 Cleaning information
sure that you, your passengers and fire ff To clean the device, never use hard or sharp
other road users are not put in If you disassemble the device, it might objects that could damage the protective
danger, hindered or inconven- result in electrical shock or fire. pane or housing.
ienced. The road traffic regulations Do not open the device. ff Do not use aggressive cleaning agents, such
apply at all times. as thinners, benzine, abrasive cleaners,
ff The device has to be used so that Malfunctions spray cleaners, acidic or alkaline solutions, or
the vehicle can be driven safely at all Do not use the device if you notice any wax.
times. If in doubt, stop your vehicle malfunctions such as a frozen screen or ff Do not spray any liquids onto the device.
and operate the device while the poor audio quality. Continued use of a ff To clean the housing and protective pane /
vehicle is stationary. malfunctioning system may result in display, moisten a soft cloth with tepid water
ff You must always be able to hear accidents, fire or electrical shock. and wipe off the dirt. Make sure that no liquid
police, fire service and ambulance enters the inside of the display. Afterwards,
sirens in good time from inside your Important note: wipe the cleaned surface with a clean, dry
vehicle. For this reason, when using In standby mode, the device may drain cloth.
your device, make sure the volume the battery when the vehicle’s engine is
is set at a level that is appropriate not running. Note:
for the particular driving and traffic For further details on this, please read Dust on the display may impair the
situation. the section entitled “Switching the functioning of the touchscreen. If the
device on/off” (page 11). device detects that the display is dirty,
10 | en Important information | Operation

a corresponding notification will 4 Operation You do not need to exert pressure on the display
appear. In this case, clean the display surface.
to ensure reliable functioning of the
touchscreen. 4.1 Touchscreen controls 4.1.1 Tapping
ff Short tap: A short tap on the display surface
Important note: is sufficient to operate most controls.
Do not use pointed or hard items such ff Long tap: Some functions require a long tap.
as ball-point pens or pencils for touch In this case, keep your fingertip on the dis-
screen operation. play surface for around 2 seconds.

Note: 4.1.2 Swiping


The figures in this manual depicting the Some functions require you to swipe your finger
device’s displays and front panel are over the display surface, e.g.:
for reference purposes only. The dis- ff Scrolling lists and tabs
plays shown here may differ from the ff Adjusting sliders (e.g. volume control)
actual displays on the device. Touch the display surface and let your finger rest
on the surface. Then move your finger over the
The device is equipped with a touchscreen that surface.
provides all the controls:
Note:
Tap an area of the scroll bar to skip to
the corresponding section of the list.

4.1.3 Zooming the map view

Note:
This function is only available if the
device is equipped with a navigation
system.
When you want to operate a control, such as an
on-screen button, all you need to do is gently Place two fingers on the map display area and
touch the relevant area of the display surface. let your fingers rest on the surface. Then move
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your fingers towards one another (zoom out) or read the section entitled “Entering the 4.3 Adjusting the volume
away from one another (zoom in). security PIN” (page 16).
4.3.1 Increasing/decreasing the
4.1.4 Scrolling the visible map area 4.2.2 Standby mode volume
When the device is switched on, you can switch To increase or decrease the volume incremen-
Note: it to standby mode. In standby mode, the device tally,
This function is only available if the is muted and the display is turned off. ff tap the top or bottom half of the volume
device is equipped with a navigation control 7.
system. To switch to standby mode, To increase or decrease the volume continu-
ff long-tap 1. ously,
Touch the map display area and let your finger ff swipe up or down over the volume control
rest on the surface. Then move your finger over To return from stand-by mode, 7.
the surface to scroll the displayed section of the ff short-tap 1.
map. The last display will appear. 4.3.2 Muting the device
To mute the switched-on device,
4.2 Switching the device on/off Note: ff short-tap 1.
When you switch the vehicle’s ignition To cancel mute,
4.2.1 Switching on/off lock from ACC to OFF while the device ff short-tap 1 again.
The device is switched on automatically when is in standby mode, it will remain in
you switch the vehicle’s ignition lock from OFF standby mode when you switch the 4.4 Home menu
to ACC. ignition lock to ACC again. If you tap The Home menu gives you access to all the main
After switching on, the Home menu will appear. 1 the Home menu will open. operating modes:
ff Listen: Radio listening and playing media
The device is switched off automatically when Important note: ff Call: Telephone
you switch the vehicle’s ignition lock from ACC In standby mode, the device may drain ff Drive: Navigation
to OFF. the battery when the vehicle’s engine is ff Connect: Smartphone integration
not running. Note:
If your device is not
Note: equipped with a navigation
If the security PIN input screen system, you will be able to
appears, enter the device’s security access these main operating modes:
PIN. For further details on this, please ff Radio: Radio listening
ff Call: Telephone
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ff Media: Playing media gramme or media title (e.g. frequency and 4.4.1 Calling up the display of a
ff Connect: Smartphone integration station name or artist and title name) main operating mode
ff Call: To call up the display of a main operating mode,
Notes: –– Phone status indication (e.g. signal ff tap the screen area of the main operating
ff Information about which smart- strength) mode.
phones the device supports is –– Missed call indication Listen area Call area
available at www.suzuki-slda.com. –– Name of network provider
ff If your device is not equipped with a –– Name of the connected mobile phone
navigation system you may be able ff Drive:
to retrofit the navigation function –– Name of the current or next street
(see the section entitled “Retrofit- –– Distance to next driving manoeuvre
ting the navigation function” (page –– Symbol of the next driving manoeuvre
55)). Please contact your Suzuki –– Estimated time of arrival
dealer regarding this. ff Connect:
The most important information for each main –– Type of smartphone integration
operating mode is displayed:
Notes:
ff Traffic announcement priority and Drive area Connect area
radio station names are RDS fea-
tures and must be supported in your You can access these functions by tapping the
reception area or by the current screen area of the main operating modes:
station. ff Listen: Open the active tuner or audio/video
ff Artist and title names must be pro- display
vided by the media source. ff Call:
–– If a phone is connected: Open the phone
You can open the Home menu at any time: menu
ff Tap 4. –– If no phone is connected: Open the Select
ff Listen: Bluetooth device menu
–– TA symbol (traffic announcement priority ff Drive: Open the map view
status) ff Connect: Open the application interface
–– Current tuner or media source (e.g. USB)
–– Details about the current radio pro-
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Note: 4.4.2 Directly selecting functions Note:


If your device is not equipped with a You can select a main function belonging to any If your device is not equipped with a
navigation system, you will be able to of the operating modes directly from the Home navigation system, you will be able to
access these functions: menu: access these functions:
ff Radio: Open the tuner display ff Tap the direct-select button within the screen ff Radio: Open the source menu for
ff Call: area of the main operating mode. radio listening
–– If a phone is connected: Open ff Call: Open the Select Bluetooth
the phone menu device menu
–– If no phone is connected: Open ff Media: Open the source menu for
the Select Bluetooth device playing media
menu ff Connect: Open the application
ff Media: Open the audio/video dis- interface or the list of applications
play (depending on the type of smart-
ff Connect: Open the application phone that is connected)
interface

You can access these functions using the direct-


select feature:
ff (Listen): Open the source menu for radio
listening and playing media
ff (Call): Open the Select Bluetooth device
menu
ff (Drive):
–– When route guidance is activated: Open
the Route tab in the Destinations menu
–– When route guidance is not activated:
Open the New tab in the Destinations
menu
ff (Connect): Open the application inter-
face or the list of applications (depending on
the type of smartphone that is connected)
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4.4.3 Quick-access feature You can access these functions using the quick- 4.5 The displays of the main operat-
You can access further functions for each main access feature: ing modes
operating mode using the quick-access feature: ff Listen:
ff Tap the quick-access button in the centre of –– Radio: Start ascending/descending seek 4.5.1 Radio listening and playing
the Home menu. tuning media
–– Playing media: FM tuner display:
Short tap: Skip to the next/previous title
Touch and hold: Fast forward/rewind
ff Call: Open the Contacts menu / open the
Calls menu
ff Drive: Open the Favourites menu / display
TMC messages
ff Connect: Quit the running smartphone appli-
cation

Note:
The quick-access wheel appears. If your device is not equipped with a
navigation system, you will be able to USB display:
access these functions:
ff Radio: Start ascending/descending
seek tuning
ff Call: Open the Contacts menu /
open the Calls menu
ff Media:
–– Short tap: Skip to the next/
previous title
–– Touch and hold: Fast forward/
rewind
ff Tap the desired function. ff Connect: Quit the running smart-
phone application
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4.5.2 Telephone Map view: ff Tap the corresponding button at the top edge
Phone menu, Calls list: of the display.

4.5.4 Smartphone integration


Note: Display of the active application (example): 4.6 Enabling the keypad lock while
If provided by your mobile phone, the driving
Calls list will show the number or
contact name of the caller. Note:
When the Lock keypad while driving
4.5.3 Navigation setting is enabled, certain features of
the device’s navigation and smart-
Note: phone integration functions are disa-
Only if your device is equipped with a bled to avoid driver distraction.
navigation system.
You can set whether the keypad should be disa-
bled for destination input while the vehicle is
4.5.5 Switching between the dis- moving. If the keypad lock is activated, you will
plays of the main operating only be able to use the keypad while the vehicle
modes is stationary.
You can switch from the display of one main To enable the Lock keypad while driving setting,
operating mode directly to the display of ff first switch to the Home menu, if necessary.
another main operating mode: ff Tap 6.
The system settings are displayed.
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To enable the Lock keypad while driving setting, If security PIN protection has been enabled, the
ff first switch to the Home menu, if necessary. security PIN input screen will appear whenever
ff Tap 6. the device has been separated from the operat-
The system settings are displayed. ing voltage of the vehicle (e.g. in case of the
ff Tap Lock keypad while driving. replacement of the vehicle battery):

ff Tap Lock keypad while driving.


The keypad lock is activated when the check
mark is displayed in the checkbox.

Note:
Tap 6 to close the options display. A pop-up appears to inform the user to recon- Note:
nect the iPhone after the keypad setting has You have 5 attempts at entering the
4.6.1 Keypad lock setting during been changed. security PIN correctly.
active Apple CarPlay session
If you change the Lock keypad while driving Note: ff Enter the device’s four-digit security PIN.
setting during an active Apple CarPlay session, Tap 6 to close the options display.
the setting will not take effect immediately. You Note:
will need to reconnect the iPhone manually in If you enter a wrong digit, you can
order for the keypad setting change to take 4.7 Entering the security PIN delete it by tapping .
effect.
Note: ff Tap .
Note: You can enable or disable security PIN
A pop-up appears to inform the user to protection and change the device’s Note:
reconnect the iPhone after the keypad security PIN. For further details on this, ff If you have not entered the correct
setting has been changed while an please read the section entitled “Fur- security PIN for the device, the
Apple CarPlay session is active. ther system settings” (page 20). “Wrong security PIN” notification
appears briefly and the number of
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remaining input attempts is dis- Note: ff Tap the desired preset.


played. ff To scroll through the available sound
ff If you enter an incorrect security PIN settings, touch the list area and Note:
5 times, the device will be blocked swipe up or down. Tap to return to the sound settings.
and an appropriate notification ff Tap 6 to close the sound set-
displayed. Please contact your tings or tap to return to the 4.8.5 Adjusting the speed depend-
dealer to get the device unblocked. system settings. ent volume
This function automatically adjusts the volume
4.8 Sound settings 4.8.1 Adjusting the bass and treble of the car sound system to the speed driven and
To adjust the sound settings, ff In the Bass or Treble item, tap or to the associated driving noises. For example, at
ff tap 6. decrease or increase the value. an increased speed, the volume is automatically
The system settings are displayed. increased to compensate for the increased
4.8.2 Adjusting the balance driving noise (e.g. due to the airstream).
ff In the Balance item, tap or to shift the The automatic increase in volume can be
sound towards the left or right. adjusted in 4 increments (OFF, 1-3).
ff Tap Speed dependent volume control.
4.8.3 Adjusting the fader
ff In the Fader item, tap or to shift the
sound towards the front or rear.

4.8.4 Selecting an equalizer preset


ff Tap Equalizer presets.
ff Tap Sound settings.

ff Tap the desired option: Off or Level 1 - 3.

Note:
Tap to return to the sound settings.
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4.8.6 Volume adjustment for the 4.8.8 System beep – on/off Note:
AUX source The system confirms certain actions with a ff To scroll through the available set-
ff Tap Aux level. beep. You can enable or disable this confirma- tings, touch the list area and swipe
tion beep. up or down.
ff Tap System beep. ff Tap 6 to close the settings or
The system beep is enabled when the check tap to return to the system
mark is displayed in the checkbox. settings.

4.9 Setting the time and date 4.9.1 Selecting the date format
To adjust the time and date settings, The selected date format refers to the display of
ff first switch to the Home menu, if necessary. the date, e.g. in the Calls list of the phone mode.
ff Tap 6. ff Tap Date format.
The system settings are displayed.
ff Tap the desired option: Quiet, Normal or
Loud.

4.8.7 Volume adjustment for an


external DVD source
ff Tap External DVD level.

ff Tap the desired date format.


ff Tap Clock.
Note:
To scroll through the available date
formats, touch the list area and swipe
up or down.

ff Tap the desired option: Quiet, Normal or ff Tap to return to the time and date set-
Loud. tings.
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4.9.2 Selecting the time format Activate or deactivate summer time:


The selected time format refers to the display of ff Tap Summer time.
the time, e.g. in the Home menu. Summer time is activated when the check mark
ff Tap Time format. is displayed in the checkbox.

4.9.4 Setting the time manually


First select “Manual” as the time setting, if nec-
essary:
ff Tap Clock setting mode.

Select your time zone:


ff Tap Time zone.

ff Tap the desired option: 12 h or 24 h.

4.9.3 Setting the time via GPS


First select “GPS” as the time setting, if neces-
sary:
ff Tap Clock setting mode. ff Tap Manual.
The options for setting the time manually are
displayed.

ff Tap the desired time zone.

Note:
To scroll through the available time
zones, if necessary, touch the list area
and swipe up or down.

ff Tap GPS. ff Tap to return to the time and date set-


The options for setting the time via GPS are tings.
displayed:
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ff In the Hour or Minute item, tap or to You can manually adjust the display brightness
adjust the hours or minutes. of the current mode:
ff In the system settings, tap Display.
4.10 Further system settings
To adjust the system settings,
ff first switch to the Home menu, if necessary.
ff Tap 6.
The system settings are displayed.

ff Tap the desired language.

Note:
ff In the Brightness item, tap or to To scroll through the available lan-
decrease or increase the value. guages, touch the list area and swipe
up or down.
Note:
The vehicle’s brightness level control 4.10.3 Selecting the system of meas-
Note: function is available on the vehicle’s urement
ff To scroll through the available sys- instrument cluster. If you use this func- The device can use metric or imperial units of
tem settings, touch the list area and tion to change the vehicle’s brightness measurement.
swipe up or down. level to maximum, the map display in
ff Tap 6 to close the system set- navigation mode will stay set to day Note:
tings. mode. Please refer to the car owner’s The selected system of measurement is
manual for details about the vehicle’s used by the navigation system.
4.10.1 Adjusting the display bright- brightness level control and how to
ness use it. ff In the system settings, tap Unit of measure-
The display is equipped with a day and night ment.
mode. The display switches between day and 4.10.2 Setting the language
night mode automatically when the vehicle Set the language used by the device.
headlights are switched on or off. ff In the system settings, tap Language.
Operation en | 21

If you disable security PIN protection, you will be


prompted to enter the device’s current security
PIN:

ff Tap the desired option: Metric or Imperial. ff Enter a four-digit device security PIN and tap
.
4.10.4 Security PIN protection – on/ ff Enter the new security PIN again to confirm
off it, and tap . ff Enter the device’s four-digit security PIN.
ff In the system settings, tap Security PIN.
Note: Note:
If the security PIN you entered as con- If you enter a wrong digit, you can
firmation differs, a notification is dis- delete it by tapping .
played, and you can enter the new
security PIN again, starting from the ff Tap .
very beginning.
Note:
If you have not entered the correct
security PIN for the device, the “Wrong
security PIN” notification appears
ff Tap Security PIN protection. briefly, and you can enter the security
Security PIN protection is enabled when the PIN again.
check mark is displayed in the checkbox.

If you enable security PIN protection, you will be


prompted to enter a new security PIN for the
device.
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4.10.5 Changing the device’s secu- ff Tap . 4.10.6 Displaying information about
rity PIN open-source software
ff In the system settings, tap Security PIN. Note: The device uses open-source software. To view
If you have not entered the correct information about it,
security PIN for the device, the “Wrong ff in the system settings, tap Open-source
security PIN” notification appears software.
briefly, and you can enter the security
PIN again. Notes:
ff To scroll through the available infor-
You will be prompted to enter the new security mation, touch the list area and
PIN for the device. swipe up or down.
ff Tap to return to the system
settings.
ff Tap Change security PIN.
You will be prompted to enter the device’s cur- 4.10.7 Reset to the factory settings
rent security PIN.
Note:
Resetting to the factory settings will
erase all the settings you defined previ-
ously.

ff Enter a four-digit device security PIN and tap  ff In the system settings, tap Reset to factory
. settings.
ff Enter the new security PIN again to confirm ff Tap to confirm that you want to reset the
it, and tap . device to the factory settings.
Wait for a short time for the factory settings to
ff Enter the device’s four-digit security PIN. Note: be restored.
If the security PIN you entered as con-
Note: firmation differs, a notification is dis-
If you enter a wrong digit, you can played, and you can enter the new
delete it by tapping . security PIN again, starting from the
very beginning.
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4.10.8 Displaying the data carrier ff Audiobooks AAC


version ff MPG ff Codecs
ff AVI for H.264/MPEG4 ASP (Xvid) –– AAC-LC
Note: ff Bitrates
The data carrier version will provide The following restrictions apply for the data –– 8kBit/s to 256kBit/s with VBR and CBR
you with information about the release stored on SD cards and external devices con- ff Sample Rates
year of the navigation system’s map nected to the USB port: –– 8-48kHz
data carrier. ff File system: FAT16/32
ff Max. 11 folders in depth hierarchy are sup- WMA
To view the navigation system’s data carrier ported. ff Codecs
version, ff Maximum file / song number: 10000 –– WMA 9 Lossless
ff open the system settings and scroll to Data ff Maximum URL / file path length: 1024 –– WMA 10 Std, 44.1kHz, 64-161 kBit/s
carrier version. ff ID3 tags: Version 1 and 2, max. length 256 –– WMA 10 Pro, 48 - 192kBit/s
ff WMA files with Digital Rights Management
(DRM) from online music shops cannot be 4.11.2 SD card
4.11 Connecting/inserting exter- played.
nal devices and data storage ff WMA files can only be played back, if they Inserting and removing an SD card
devices were created with Windows Media Player
Important notes:
version 9 or 10.
Note: ff Never insert anything other than an
ff Applicable playlist extensions:
Only use appropriate connecting SD card into the SD card slot. Doing
–– .m3u
cables and external devices in regard to so could damage the device.
–– .pls
safety, electromagnetic compatibility ff Never use excessive force when
–– .wpl
and grade of shielding. removing an SD card or else the
card slot or the card itself may be
MP3
4.11.1 General information damaged.
ff Codecs
The device supports the following media file ff When inserting an SD card into the
–– MPEG-1: Layer-1, Layer-2, Layer-3
formats: device, make sure the card is
–– MPEG-2: Layer-1, Layer-2, Layer-3
ff MP3 aligned and positioned correctly
–– MPEG-2.5: Layer-3
ff WMA (the correct side must be facing
ff Bitrates
ff AAC upwards, and you must insert the
–– 8 kBit/s to 448 kBit/s with VBR and CBR
ff WAV correct end of the card). If you use
ff Sample rates
ff 3GPP force to insert an incorrectly aligned
–– up to 48kHz
24 | en Operation

and positioned SD card into the containing the navigation system’s map 4.11.3 USB storage device/Apple
slot, you may damage the card and data first.
the slot. As long as the SD card containing the Note:
ff If the “No Card” notification appears navigation system’s map data is Information about which Apple devices
in the display despite your having removed, you will not be able to use the the device supports is available at
inserted an SD card into the SD card navigation function. www.suzuki-slda.com.
slot, this means that the device
does not recognize the card for To insert an SD card, General information
some reason. Try removing the card ff slide the SD card with its printed side facing ff The external devices connected to the USB
and inserting it again. Please bear in upwards and its contacts pointing towards port must comply with the USB Mass Storage
mind, however, that some SD cards the device into the SD card slot 3. Class specification (USB MSC).
may not be compatible with this A notification appears briefly in the display ff Devices connected via USB are supported
device. when the device detects the SD card. according to USB specification V 2.0.
ff Ensure the label on the SD card is Devices with USB specification 1.0 and 3.0
fully attached. Otherwise the SD To remove an SD card, are compatible.
card may become stuck in the slot ff press the SD card gently with your fingertip ff Devices without FAT16 / FAT32 file system
or particles from the label may be into the SD card slot 3. are not supported.
left inside the device leading to the The SD card is released and ejected, and a ff Hard Disk Drives (HDD) are not generally
possible failure of SD-card function- corresponding notification appears briefly in the supported.
ality. display. ff USB hubs are not supported.
ff Do not use an SD card that has been ff Pull the SD card out of the SD card slot 3.
cracked, deformed or repaired Connecting and removing a USB storage device
using adhesive tape. Use of a dam- Note: or Apple device
aged SD card may damage the Remove the SD card as soon as it is To connect a USB storage device or Apple
device. ejected. If an ejected SD card remains device,
in the card slot, it may lead to the ff connect it to the USB port.
touchscreen not functioning properly. A notification appears briefly in the display
Note:
If your device is equipped with a navi- when the device detects the USB storage device
gation system: or Apple device.
If you want to insert a media SD card, To remove a USB storage device or Apple
you may have to remove the SD card device,
ff pull it out of the USB port.
Operation en | 25

An appropriate notification appears briefly in ff Tap 6 to close the menu. ff If a smartphone is already con-
the display. nected to the device via smartphone
4.11.5 Enabling the external DVD integration, it is not possible to
4.11.4 AUX audio source input establish a Bluetooth® connection
ff In media mode, tap 6. to another mobile phone.
Note: ff An existing Bluetooth® connection
Only applicable if your vehicle is fitted will be disconnected automatically
with an AUX input. as soon as another smartphone is
connected via smartphone integra-
Connecting an AUX source
tion.
ff Use a suitable cable to connect the AUX
source to the AUX input. General information
The device supports Bluetooth® 3.0 + HS and
Note: the following Bluetooth® profiles and standards:
If you want to play a connected AUX ff A2DP 1.2
source, you must first enable the AUX ff AVRCP 1.3
ff Tap DVD active.
input (see below). ff HFP 1.6
The external DVD input is enabled when the
check mark is displayed in the checkbox. ff MAP 1.0
Enabling the AUX input
ff Tap 6 to close the menu. ff PBAP 1.1
ff In media mode, tap 6.
ff SPP 1.1
4.11.6 Connecting a device via Blue- ff Vcards 2.1, 3.0
tooth® Opening the Select Bluetooth device menu
ff Tap the direct-select button in the Home
Notes:
menu.
ff Information about which external
devices the device supports is or:
available at www.suzuki-slda.com. ff Tap the Call area in the Home menu.
ff The procedures described in this ff Tap .
chapter apply to Bluetooth® mobile The Select Bluetooth device menu is displayed:
ff Tap Aux active. phones as well as to Bluetooth®
The AUX input is enabled when the check mark audio streaming devices such as a
is displayed in the checkbox. Bluetooth® MP3 player.
26 | en Operation

8
< Indication of Bluetooth® device type and Note:
currently connected device: Please refer to your mobile phone’s
ff : Telephone instruction manual for information on
ff : Audio streaming device how to set up a Bluetooth® connection
on your mobile phone.
Pairing and connecting a mobile phone for the
first time ff Method 1:
ff In the Select Bluetooth device menu, tap Add Perform the connection setup process on
device 8. your mobile phone. On your mobile phone,
The device is now available for setting up a enter the displayed PIN.
connection (pairing). The Bluetooth® PIN of the
device is displayed. Next, please follow the ff Method 2:
12 11 10 9 instructions provided by the device and your The connection setup does not require you to
mobile phone. enter a PIN on the mobile phone. A notifica-
You will find the following information and con- tion appears in the display informing you that
trols in the Select Bluetooth device menu: Notes: the mobile phone wants to connect.
ff The Bluetooth® name of the device ff Tap .
Note: is “Suzuki”. The rest of the connection setup process is
The currently connected device is ff If 10 mobile phones are already performed automatically. An appropriate
always the first item in the device list. paired with the device, it will not be notification appears in the display.
possible to pair and connect a fur-
ther mobile phone. In this case, first ff Method 3:
8 Add device button: Start pairing a new
delete one of the paired mobile The mobile phone receives the device’s PIN
mobile phone
phones (see the section entitled and displays it.
9 button: Delete a paired mobile phone ff Check that the mobile phone is displaying
“Deleting a paired mobile phone”
: Supported Bluetooth® functions of the (page 27)). the correct PIN and then tap .
connection: ff Confirm on your mobile phone that you
ff : Telephone There are 3 methods of establishing a Blue-
want to set up a connection.
tooth® connection. Please proceed according to
ff : Audio streaming the method employed:
ff : Telephone and audio streaming If connection setup was successful, the mobile
phone will connect to the device.
; Bluetooth® name of the device
Operation en | 27

Notes: Notes: necting a smartphone using the


ff If the connection attempt fails, a ff If the mobile phone is unpaired smartphone integration function.
notification is displayed. Make during an active call, the call is If, however, you want to continue
another attempt at setting up a interrupted. The call can then be using an existing Bluetooth® con-
connection from the mobile phone. continued on the mobile phone if nection, you should cancel the
ff As soon as a new mobile phone is the mobile phone supports this. smartphone integration setup pro-
connected to the device, the list of ff When the mobile phone is unpaired, cess.
calls appears in the display, and the its phone book and call lists are also ff If a smartphone is connected via
phone book and call lists are down- deleted from the device. MirrorLink™ or Android Auto and a
loaded from the mobile phone onto ff To connect the mobile phone to the Bluetooth® connection from the
the device. The time required to device again, proceed as described same smartphone already exists,
download the phone book and call in the section entitled “Pairing and the Bluetooth® connection will be
lists may vary depending on the connecting a mobile phone for the maintained.
connected mobile phone. first time” (page 26). ff Smartphones that are integrated via
MirrorLink™ or Android Auto require
Connecting an already paired mobile phone 4.11.7 Connecting a smartphone via a Bluetooth® connection in addition
The device stores the information for the 10 pre- smartphone integration to smartphone integration via USB
viously paired mobile phones. These mobile in order to provide full support for
phones are displayed in the Select Bluetooth Notes: the telephone functions.
device menu. ff Information about which smart- Users can use the non-phone fea-
To connect a mobile phone shown in this list, phones the device supports is avail- tures of MirrorLink™ or Android
ff tap the relevant item in the Select Bluetooth able at www.suzuki-slda.com. Auto without a Bluetooth® connec-
device menu. ff A smartphone can be connected to tion.
If connection setup was successful, the mobile the device using the smartphone If there is no Bluetooth® connection
phone will connect to the device. integration function. The connec- established before you integrate a
Deleting a paired mobile phone tion can be made via the USB port. MirrorLink™ or Android Auto smart-
To delete a paired mobile phone, ff A simultaneous Bluetooth® connec- phone, you will have to establish the
tion with another smartphone is not Bluetooth® connection manually
ff tap 9 in the corresponding item of the
allowed when a smartphone is (see the section entitled “Connect-
Select Bluetooth device menu.
connected using the smartphone ing a device via Bluetooth®” (page
The selected mobile phone is unpaired and
integration function. 25)).
deleted from the list.
ff You should disconnect any existing
Bluetooth® connection before con-
28 | en Operation | FM/AM radio mode

ff Smartphone integration via Apple 5 FM/AM radio mode ff Tap the memory bank of the desired wave-
CarPlay does not allow any parallel band.
Bluetooth® connection. If an Apple The tuner display for the selected memory bank
CarPlay smartphone is already Notes: is displayed and you can hear the radio broad-
connected via Bluetooth®, this ff AM reception: Generally, strong AM cast.
Bluetooth® connection will be can- signals provide stable sound quality
celled. with low signal noise. At night, 5.2 The tuner display
however, atmospheric conditions
To connect a smartphone, 13 14 15 16 17
may sometimes lead to interference
ff connect it to the USB port.
from other stations.
The smartphone is detected automatically and
ff FM reception: The FM waveband
connected via smartphone integration.
offers the highest sound quality;
however, the signal may be suscep-
To disconnect the smartphone from the device,
tible to noise due to:
ff unplug the smartphone from the USB port.
–– The limited reach of some trans-
An appropriate notification appears briefly in
mitters.
the display.
–– Distortion caused by signals
reflected off local buildings and
other obstructions.
–– “Shadow zones” wherein the 23 22 21 20 19 18
signal reception is obstructed or
restricted. You will find the following information and con-
trols in the tuner display:
5.1 Listening to the radio = button: Change frequency
ff Tap the direct-select button in the Home > button: Open the source menu
menu. ? Current memory bank
@ Station information area
Note:
You will also find the button in the A button: Change frequency
display of the currently playing media. B button: Start seek tuning
C button: Start seek tuning
ff Tap the Radio tab, if necessary. D Tuning scale
FM/AM radio mode en | 29

E Frequency pointer The convenient RDS functions “Alternative ff Tap 6 to close the menu.
F Memory preset buttons Frequency” and “Regional Mode” enhance the
G button: Start scan function performance of your tuner: 5.4.2 Regional mode – on/off
In memory bank FM-AST and AM-AST: ff Alternative frequency (AF): The device auto- ff Call up the tuner display.
button: Start autostore function) matically performs a background search for ff Tap 6.
the best reception frequency for the tuned
Note: station.
The information displayed in the sta- ff Regional mode: Some radio stations divide
tion information area @ depends on their schedule at certain times into regional
whether RDS is supported in your programmes offering different content. You
reception area or by the current sta- can enable or disable regional mode. With
tion. regional mode enabled, the device is pre-
vented from switching to alternative frequen-
5.3 Calling up the tuner display cies for the tuned station that have different
While you are listening to the radio: programme content.
ff Tap the Listen area in the Home menu. ff Tap Regional programme.
5.4.1 AF mode – on/off Regional mode is enabled when the check mark
5.4 RDS ff Call up the tuner display. is displayed in the checkbox.
ff Tap 6. ff Tap 6 to close the menu.
Note:
If RDS is not supported in your recep- 5.5 Selecting the waveband/mem-
tion area or by the current station, you ory bank
will not be able to experience these While you are listening to the radio:
functions. ff Tap > in the tuner display.

This device is equipped with an RDS radio Note:


receiver. Many FM stations transmit a signal that You will also find the button in the
not only carries the radio programme but also Home menu.
information like the station name. The station
name appears in the display as soon as the tuner ff Tap Alternative frequency search. ff Tap a memory bank of the desired waveband.
receives it. AF mode is enabled when the check mark is The tuner display for the selected memory bank
displayed in the checkbox. is displayed.
30 | en FM/AM radio mode

5.6 Tuning stations ff Tap the station information area @. ff Tap G.


The FM station list is displayed. The six stations offering the strongest reception
5.6.1 Tuning stations manually ff Tap the desired radio station. in the current waveband are stored automati-
ff Tap = or A once or several times to cally. The stations are sorted according to their
adjust the frequency incrementally. To return to the tuner display, reception strength; the station with the strong-
ff tap . est reception is stored on memory preset 1.
Or:
Afterwards, the station stored on memory pre-
ff Tap any position on the tuning scale D to set 5.6.4 Scanning receivable stations set 1 will be played.
the corresponding frequency.
Or: Note: 5.8 Listening to a stored station
ff Touch the frequency pointer E and swipe This function is only available in the AM ff First select the desired memory bank, if
left or right along the scale to adjust the waveband. necessary.
frequency continuously. ff Short-tap one of the memory preset buttons
ff Tap G. F.
5.6.2 Starting seek tuning The receivable stations are played one after The stored station is played.
ff Tap B or C to tune to the next or another for around 10 seconds each.
previous station in the reception area. To continue listening to the station that is cur- 5.9 Radio-text display – on/off
rently being scanned,
Note: ff tap G again. Note:
By long-tapping B or C you If the stations in your reception area do
adjust the frequency continuously. 5.7 Storing stations not support RDS, you will not be able
After you release the button, the radio to use this function.
tunes to the next station automatically. 5.7.1 Storing stations manually
ff First select the desired memory bank, if ff Call up the tuner display.
5.6.3 Station list necessary, and tune to the desired station. ff Tap 6.
ff Long-tap one of the memory preset buttons
Note: F.
This function is only available in the FM The currently tuned station is then stored to the
waveband. memory preset button.

All currently receivable radio stations are dis- 5.7.2 Storing stations automatically
played in the FM station list. ff Select the autostore memory bank FM-AST or
AM-AST.
FM/AM radio mode en | 31

5.10.1 Traffic announcement priority ff Tap while the traffic announcement is


– on/off playing.
ff In radio mode, tap 6.
Note:
Traffic announcement priority remains
enabled.

ff Tap Show radio text.


Displaying of radio text is enabled when the
check mark is displayed in the checkbox.
ff Tap 6 to close the options display. ff Tap Show traffic announcements.
Traffic announcement priority is enabled when
5.10 Traffic announcement the check mark is displayed in the checkbox.
ff Tap 6 to close the options display.
Note: When traffic announcement priority is enabled,
If the stations in your reception area do the TA symbol is displayed in the Home menu
not support RDS, you will not be able and in the tuner display or in the display for the
to use these functions. currently playing media.
The device will play a traffic announcement as
soon as it receives one. The received station is
shown in the display for the duration of the
announcement.

5.10.2 Cancelling a playing traffic


announcement
You can cancel a playing traffic announcement
and return to the audio source you were listen-
ing to before:
32 | en DAB radio mode

6 DAB radio mode 6.2 The DAB display 6.4 DAB features
With DAB radio, a service represents a pro-
24 25 26 gramme of a radio station.
Notes: Several services are transmitted on the same
ff This function is only available if the frequency. These services are combined into an
device supports DAB reception. ensemble. The ensemble name of the current
ff DAB radio supports traffic service is displayed in the service information
announcement priority (please refer area J.
to the section entitled “Traffic A service may provide one or more secondary
announcement” (page 31)). audio channels containing alternative audio
content.
6.1 Listening to DAB Besides the audio programme, DAB services
ff Tap the direct-select button in the Home can also broadcast extra information, such as
menu. song titles, music genres and even programme
guides. This information can be shown in the
30 29 28 27
Note: service information area J (please refer to the
You will also find the button in the You will find the following information and con- section entitled “Displaying DAB extra informa-
display of the currently playing media. trols in the DAB display: tion” (page 34)).
H button: Open the source menu
ff Tap the Radio tab, if necessary. I Current memory bank 6.5 DAB service list
ff Tap a DAB memory bank. ff Tap the service information area J.
J Service information area
The DAB display for the selected memory bank All currently receivable services are displayed in
is displayed and you hear the DAB broadcast. K button: Skip to the next service the DAB service list.
L button: Skip to the previous service ff Tap the desired service.
M Memory preset buttons The desired service is played.
N button (only in memory bank DAB-
AST): Start autostore function To return to the DAB display,
ff tap .
6.3 Calling up the DAB display
While you are listening to DAB:
ff Tap the Listen area in the Home menu.
DAB radio mode en | 33

Notes: The available services (up to 6) are stored auto- list to the ones that support certain programme
ff If available, the DAB service list also matically. Afterwards, the service stored on types. If the DAB category filter is enabled, only
contains the secondary audio chan- memory preset 1 will be played. the services of selected programme types will
nel of services. be available.
ff The DAB service list shows all ser- Note: ff In DAB mode, tap 6.
vices that are receivable when the The preselection of programme types
list is opened. The receivable ser- does not affect the autostore function.
vices may change while the DAB
service list is displayed. To update 6.8 Listening to a stored service
the DAB service list, tap the title ff First select the desired memory bank, if
“DAB service list”. necessary.
ff Short-tap one of the memory preset buttons
6.6 Selecting services M.
ff Tap K or L to skip to the next or The stored service is played.
previous service.
6.9 Listening to a service’s second- ff Tap DAB category filter.
6.7 Storing services ary audio channel The available programme types are displayed.
If a service provides an alternative audio chan-
6.7.1 Storing services manually nel, 2nd audio appears in the display. The sec-
ff First select the desired memory bank, if ondary audio channel is listed in the DAB service
necessary, and select the desired service. list (please refer to the section entitled “DAB
ff Long-tap one of the memory preset buttons service list” (page 32)).
M.
The currently selected service is then stored to Note:
the memory preset button. It is not possible to store a service’s
secondary audio channel. Select, if
6.7.2 Storing services automati- necessary, the regular audio channel to
cally store the service. To select programme types,
ff Select the autostore memory bank DAB-AST. ff tap the desired programme type.
ff Tap N. 6.10 Preselecting programme types A programme type is selected when the check
You can apply the DAB category filter in order to mark is displayed in the checkbox.
limit the available services in the DAB service
34 | en DAB radio mode | Playing media

To enable or disable the DAB PTY filter, Displaying of DAB extra information is enabled 7 Playing media
ff tap DAB category filter. when the check mark is displayed in the check-
The DAB category filter is enabled when the box.
check mark is displayed in the checkbox. ff Tap 6 to close the options display. Note:
ff Tap 6 to close the options display. To connect or insert an external device,
6.12 DAB-FM switching please refer to the section entitled
Notes: A service may be receivable via DAB and on FM “Connecting/inserting external devices
ff If the DAB category filter is enabled, simultaneously. If DAB-FM switching is enabled and data storage devices” (page
the PTY symbol is displayed in the and the current DAB service becomes unavail- 23).
DAB display. able, the device automatically switches to FM
ff A service that is selected via the reception until DAB reception is available again. 7.1 Selecting a media source
DAB category filter remains selected ff In DAB mode, tap 6. ff Tap the direct-select button in the Home
even if the DAB PTY filter is later menu.
disabled.
Note:
6.11 Displaying DAB extra informa- You will also find the button in the
tion display of the currently playing media.
You can preset whether DAB extra information is
shown or hidden. ff Tap the Media tab, if necessary.
ff In DAB mode, tap 6. ff Tap the desired media source.
The audio or video display for the selected
media source is displayed and playback begins.
ff Tap DAB-FM linking.
DAB-FM switching is activated when the check Note:
mark is displayed in the checkbox. A notification appears briefly in the
ff Tap 6 to close the options display. display
ff if the selected audio source is not
connected or inserted.
ff if it is not possible to play all the
tracks on the selected audio source
ff Tap Show DAB extra information. due to the maximum number of
manageable tracks being exceeded.
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7.2 Calling up the audio/video dis- You will find the following information and con- ff Title
play trols in the audio display: ff Album
While you are playing media: The playback progress bar S displays the
ff Tap the Listen area in the Home menu. Note: playback position in the current title and the
The information that is available elapsed and total playing time of the title.
7.3 Audio playback depends on the current audio source:
ff Information on MP3 tracks must be 7.3.2 Pausing playback
Note: stored as ID3 tags on the audio ff Tap R.
The control options that are available source. Playback is paused.
depend on the current audio source: ff Bluetooth® devices may employ ff Tap R.
ff Bluetooth® devices may employ communication protocols that do Playback resumes.
communication protocols that do not provide all the track informa-
not support all control options. tion. 7.3.3 Skipping to the next/previous
ff No control options are available for ff No track or playback information is title
AUX playback. available with AUX playback. ff Tap Q or T.
The next or previous title is played.
O Current playback source
7.3.1 The audio display
P Title information area 7.3.4 Selecting titles in the media
31 32
Q button: Skip to next title/fast forward browser
R button: Pause playback ff Tap the title information area P.
When playback is paused: button: The media browser opens. For further details on
Resume playback this, please read the section entitled “Media
S Playback progress bar browser” (page 37).
T button: Skip to previous title/rewind
7.3.5 Fast forward/rewind
U button: Shuffle function ff Touch and hold Q or T until you
V button: Repeat function reach the desired position.

The title information area P provides informa- Or:


tion on the current track, audiobook or podcast, ff Touch the playback progress bar S and
38 37 36 35 34 33 swipe left or right along the bar to alter the
for instance:
ff Artist position in the title continuously.
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7.3.6 Skipping forwards/back- 7.4 Video playback You will find the following information and con-
wards in the current title trols in the video display:
ff Tap the desired position in the playback Safety notice W Current playback source
progress bar S. The displaying of video images is only X Picture area
possible while the vehicle’s parking Y button: Skip to next title
7.3.7 Repeat function brake is applied. As soon as the park-
Z button: Pause playback
ff Tap the toggle button V to switch between ing brake is released, the video image
Repeat off, Repeat track and Repeat selec- of a running video file or external DVD When playback is paused: button:
tion. is hidden and the following notification Resume playback
–– Repeat track : Repeat the current title appears in the display: “For your safety, [ button: Skip to previous title
–– Repeat selection : Repeat the current the video is off while the vehicle is in \ Playback progress bar
playback category (e.g. album, artist, motion.” Playback of the video file or ] button: Open media browser
folder) external DVD continues, and the audio
–– Repeat off : Deactivate the repeat output can still be heard. The picture area X provides information on the
function current title:
Note: ff Title (not for an external DVD)
7.3.8 Shuffle function No control options are available when ff Number of the current title / of the current
ff Tap the toggle button U to switch between playing an external DVD. episode (not for an external DVD)
Shuffle off and Shuffle selection.
–– Shuffle selection : Shuffle the tracks in 7.4.1 The video display
The playback progress bar \ displays the
the current playback category (e.g. album, 39 40 playback position in the current title and the
artist, folder)
elapsed and total playing time of the title (not for
–– Shuffle off : Deactivate the shuffle
an external DVD).
function
Note:
In full-screen mode, the symbol
appears in the picture area when play-
back is paused.

7.4.2 Pausing playback


ff Tap Z.
45 44 43 42 41
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Playback is paused. 7.4.7 Full-screen mode – on/off f Titles/files


ff Tap Z. To switch between the video display and full-
Playback resumes. screen mode, In the browser display you can select media
ff tap the picture area X. according to various categories, such as artist,
7.4.3 Skipping to the next/previous album or genre.
title 7.5 Media browser The main categories are:
ff Tap Y or [. Using the media browser you can select audio ff Title:
The next or previous title is played. and video titles for playback. Select a title from all the available titles. All
titles of the media source are subsequently
7.4.4 Selecting titles in the media 7.5.1 The browser display played.
browser ff Artist:
46 47 48 49 50
ff Tap ]. Select a title from all of the artist’s titles or
The media browser opens. For further details on from one of the artist’s albums. Only the titles
this, please read the section entitled “Media of the artist or album are subsequently
browser” (page 37). played.
ff Album:
7.4.5 Fast forward/rewind Select a title from an available album. Only
ff Touch and hold Y or [ until you the titles of the album are subsequently
reach the desired position. played.
ff Genre:
Or: Select a title from an album of the genre or
ff Touch the playback progress bar \ and from the album of a particular artist. Only the
swipe left or right along the bar to alter the 51
titles of the album are subsequently played.
position in the title continuously. ff Folder:
You will find the following information and con- Choose a title in the folder structure of the
7.4.6 Skipping forwards/back- trols in the browser display: media source. Only the titles contained in the
wards in the current title a button: Close media browser same folder are subsequently played.
ff Tap the desired position in the playback b Browse mode indication ff Playlist:
progress bar \. c Main categories (here: Folder) Choose a title in a playlist. Only the titles
contained in the same playlist are subse-
d Subcategories (here: Folders)
quently played.
e up button: Return to parent category
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ff Audiobook: Playback begins. 8 Navigation


Select a chapter from an available audio-
book. Only the chapters of the selected Note:
audiobook are subsequently played. To display the respective media dis- Note:
ff Podcast: play, tap a. This function is only available if the
Select an episode from an available podcast. device is equipped with a navigation
Only the episodes of the selected podcast 7.5.3 Closing the browser without system.
are subsequently played. selecting a title If your device is not equipped with a
ff Video: ff Tap a. navigation system you may be able to
Select an episode from an available video. The current media display is displayed. retrofit the navigation function (see the
Only the episodes of the selected video are section entitled “Retrofitting the navi-
subsequently played. gation function” (page 55)). Please
contact your Suzuki dealer regarding
7.5.2 Selecting titles this.
ff Tap the desired main category c.
The corresponding list items are displayed. Road safety
ff The usage of the navigation system
Note: does not absolve the driver of the
To scroll through the main categories, responsibility of a correct and vigi-
touch the tab row. lant attitude. The relevant traffic
regulations must always be fol-
ff Tap the desired subcategory, if applicable lowed. If a navigation instruction
d. contradicts traffic regulations, the
traffic regulations always apply.
Notes: ff The route guidance provided by the
ff To scroll through list items, touch device may not be completely accu-
the list area and swipe up or down. rate. Ensure that all driving manoeu-
ff A subcategory can contain further vres are legal and safe in order to
subcategories. avoid accidents.
To return to a parent category, tap ff Some areas – one-way streets,
up e. entrances and other pedestrian
zones, where vehicle entry is pro-
ff Tap the desired title f. hibited – may not be marked on the
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map. If a navigation instruction 8.2 Entering a destination Please refer to the sections “Entering an
contradicts traffic regulations, the address” (page 39) and “Selecting a point of
traffic regulations always apply. 8.2.1 Opening the Destinations interest” (page 41).
menu
Note: ff Tap the direct-select button in the Home If you switch to the Previous tab or Favourites
This navigation system calculates the menu. tab, you can select a previous destination or a
current vehicle position using satellite stored favourite as your new destination.
signals, various vehicle signals, map or: Please refer to the section entitled “Selecting
data, etc. However, an accurate posi- ff Tap in the map view. one of the previous destinations or a destination
tion may not be shown depending on The Destinations menu is displayed: stored as a favourite” (page 42).
satellite condition, Road configuration,
vehicle condition or other circum- 8.2.2 Entering an address
stances. ff In the Destinations menu, tap the New tab, if
necessary.
8.1 Starting navigation ff Tap New address.
The Address input menu is displayed.
Note:
Ensure that the SD card containing the Enter the following address components in this
navigation system’s map data is order:
inserted in the SD card slot 3. 1. Country
The navigation function is only avail- 2. City / Postcode
able when the SD card containing the Note: 3. Street
map data is inserted. If a route guidance session is active, 4. Intersection or House number
the Route menu of the Destinations
To open the map view, menu will be displayed. For more To enter an address component,
ff tap the Drive area in the Home menu. details please refer to the section ff tap the relevant item.
entitled “Route guidance settings in the
To open the Destinations menu, Route menu” (page 46).
ff tap the direct-select button in the Home
menu. Under the New tab, you can specify a new desti-
nation.
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The keypad is displayed: Or: Or:


ff Enter the first characters of the address ff Tap to view the details for the respective
component. destination and a map of the surrounding
The number of matches corresponding to the area (see the section entitled “Location
entered characters is displayed beside the details view” (page 42)).
symbol.
ff Tap to display the list of matches. Note:
ff Tap the desired match. If the entered address is ambiguous, a
The Address input menu is displayed. list of possible destinations is dis-
ff Proceed with the next address component. played. Tap the desired item to view
the details for the respective destina-
Note: tion.
Note: As soon as you have entered the coun-
If the “Lock keypad while driving” try and city of your destination, you ff Tap to start route guidance.
setting is enabled, you will only be able can start route guidance. You will then
to access the keypad while the vehicle automatically be guided to the city The system calculates the route to the selected
is stationary. For further details on centre. destination.
this, please read the section entitled
“Enabling the keypad lock while driv- ff Tap to start route guidance. Note:
ing” (page 54). If a route guidance session is already
Note: active, you can choose
ff Enter the relevant name or number. If the entered address is ambiguous, a ff whether the current destination or,
list of possible destinations is dis- if applicable, the current waypoint
Note: played. should be replaced by the new
If necessary, tap ÆØÜ to show the ff Tap the desired item to start route destination (see the section entitled
special characters on the keypad. guidance to the respective destina- “Changing the destination while
tion. route guidance is active” (page
The first suitable match found for what you have ff Tap for an item to view the details 44))
entered is displayed above the keypad. for the respective destination or
ff Tap OK to select the displayed match. before starting route guidance (see ff whether the new destination should
the section entitled “Location be added to the current route as a
details view” (page 42)). waypoint (see the section entitled
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“Entering a waypoint” (page ff Tap POI search or MyPOI search. Notes:


44)). The Address input menu is displayed. ff A category may contain further
ff Enter a country and a city or postcode for subcategories. For example, the
8.2.3 Selecting a point of interest the point of interest, as described in the Automotive category is divided into
section entitled “Entering an address” subcategories such as Petrol station
Methods for searching for a point of interest
(page 39). and Garage. Keep selecting the
There are 2 methods for searching for a point of
ff Tap POI search. desired subcategories until the
interest:
The available point of interest categories are points of interest are displayed.
ff Method 1: You can search for a point of inter-
displayed. ff You can also use a search term to
est that is located in a particular city or post-
find one or more particular points of
code area.
ff Method 2: Point of interest nearby: interest. To do so, tap Search, enter
ff Method 2: You can search for a point of inter-
ff In the Destinations menu, tap the New the desired search term and confirm
est that is located near your current position.
tab. by tapping OK.
ff Tap POIs nearby or MyPOIs nearby. ff Tap the desired point of interest.
Notes:
The available point of interest categories are Details about the point of interest and a map of
ff You can use both methods to search
displayed. the surrounding area are displayed (see the
for a point of interest stored in the
map data or in your own points of section entitled “Location details view” (page
Note:
interest. 42)).
Up to 30 available points of interest
ff You will find further information on ff Tap to start route guidance.
inside a 150 km radius around your
your own points of interest in the
current position are listed.
section entitled “Your own points of The system calculates the route to the selected
interest” (page 52). destination.
Follow the steps of the desired method as Selecting a point of interest and starting route
guidance Note:
described below and continue reading the sec-
The available points of interest are divided into If a route guidance session is already
tion “Selecting a point of interest and starting
categories such as Emergency and Automotive. active, you can choose
route guidance” (page 41).
ff Tap the desired category. ff whether the current destination or,
if applicable, the current waypoint
ff Method 1: Point of interest in a city or post- Or: should be replaced by the new
code area: ff Tap All categories to display all of the avail- destination (see the section entitled
ff In the Destinations menu, tap the New able points of interest. “Changing the destination while
tab.
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route guidance is active” (page Details about the location and a map of the Note:
44)) surrounding area are displayed (see the section If a route guidance session is already
or entitled “Location details view” (page 42)). active, you can choose
ff whether the new destination should ff Tap to start route guidance. ff whether the current destination or,
be added to the current route as a if applicable, the current waypoint
waypoint (see the section entitled 8.2.5 Selecting one of the previous should be replaced by the new
“Entering a waypoint” (page destinations or a destination destination (see the section entitled
44)). stored as a favourite “Changing the destination while
ff In the Destinations menu, tap the Previous route guidance is active” (page
8.2.4 Entering coordinates tab or Favourites tab. 44)) or
ff In the Destinations menu, tap the New tab, if The available destinations are displayed. ff whether the new destination should
necessary. be added to the current route as a
ff Tap Geo coordinates. Note: waypoint (see the section entitled
The Enter Geo coordinates menu is displayed. Under the Favourites tab, you will find “Entering a waypoint” (page
ff Enter the coordinates. your Home address at the top of the 44)).
list. To specify and store the home
Notes: address, please read the section enti- 8.3 Location details view
ff You can select in which format tled “Storing the home address” (page For the following locations or destinations you
coordinates are specified (see the 44). can display a details view:
section entitled “Selecting the geo ff Points of interest
coordinate format” (page 55)). ff Tap the desired destination to start route ff Previous destinations
ff In order to enter the values of a guidance. ff Favourites
cordinate, first tap the respective ff New destinations
input field. Then enter the value by Note:
tapping the respective digit on the Tap for an item to view the details
numeric keypad. for the respective destination before
ff If you want to enter coordinates for starting route guidance (see the sec-
the southern or eastern hemi- tion entitled “Location details view”
sphere, tap N or W. (page 42)).
ff If you enter a wrong digit, you can
delete it by tapping . The system calculates the route to the selected
destination.
ff Tap .
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8.3.1 Areas of the location details n button: Delete all locations of the list ff If you want to store the favourite as
view (either previous destinations, favourites the home address and a home
or waypoints) address is already stored, you are
52 53 54
prompted to confirm the replace-
You can adjust the size of the map g and the ment of the existing home address.
information area i: ff If all the storage spaces for your
ff Touch the slider h and swipe left or right. favourites are already occupied, a
corresponding notification appears
8.3.2 Options in the location and allows you to replace an existing
details view favourite.
In addition, you have these options available to ff If the location is already a favourite, you can
you (depending on the type of location): rename the favourite. To do so, tap l
ff You can store a location in your favourites. To and confirm by tapping OK.
do so, tap l. Then you have the follow- ff A telephone number is stored for some loca-
59 58 57 56 55 ing options: tions. Tap j to call this number.
–– Tap Edit name to edit the name of the new
You will find the following information and con- favourite before saving it. Note:
trols in the details view: –– Tap Save with displayed name to save A mobile phone must be connected to
g Map of the area around the location the new favourite without editing the the device for this function.
h Slider name.
i Address information –– Tap Save as home to store the favourite ff To delete the displayed location from the list
j button: Call the stored number (only if as the home address (see also the section of previous destinations, from your favourites
a number is stored) entitled “Storing the home address” (page or from the list of waypoints, tap m and
k button: Start route guidance 44)). confirm by tapping .
ff To delete all previous destinations, favourites
l button: Save as favourite Notes: or waypoints and the final destination of an
If the location is already a favourite: ff If you want to rename the destina- active route guidance session, tap n
button: Edit the name of the favourite tion, enter a name for it using the and confirm by tapping .
m button: Delete the location (only for keypad. If necessary, tap ÆØÜ to
previous destinations, favourites or way- show the special characters on the Notes:
points) keypad. Tap OK to store the destina- ff If you delete a waypoint, the route is
tion under the entered name. recalculated and displayed in the
map view.
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ff If you delete all waypoints and the 8.5 Entering a waypoint As soon as you tap , the Route guidance is
final destination, the route guidance As soon as you have started route guidance to a active notification appears.
session is cancelled. destination, you can enter up to 5 further desti- ff Tap Replace destination or Add as way-
ff To start route guidance from within the nations as waypoints. point.
details view, tap k. The system calculates the route to the new
Note: destination.
8.4 Storing the home address The order in which you enter additional
You can store a home address. This address waypoints cannot be changed after- 8.7 Map view and map options
appears at the top of the list of your favourites wards. Each waypoint that you add will
(see the section entitled “Selecting one of the be placed on the route before the desti- 8.7.1 Opening the map view
previous destinations or a destination stored as nation. So the last waypoint that you ff Tap the Drive area in the Home menu.
a favourite” (page 42)). add will be the last waypoint on your
route. or:
ff Tap in the Destinations menu.
Note:
If a home address has already been ff Enter the new destination as described in the
section entitled “Entering a destination” 8.7.2 The map view during an
stored, it will be replaced/overwritten
(page 39). active route guidance session
by the new address after confirmation.
As soon as you tap , the Route guidance is An active route guidance session is displayed in
active notification appears. the map view. Driving recommendations are
ff In the Destinations menu, tap the Favourites
ff Tap Add as waypoint. provided in visual form (see below) and as
tab.
The new destination is inserted in the route as a announcements.
ff Tap Home.
ff Tap Current position to store the current waypoint. The system calculates the route to the
position as the home address. waypoint.

Or: 8.6 Changing the destination while


ff Tap Enter address to specify an address. route guidance is active
ff Enter the address as described in the section You can change the destination or waypoint
entitled “Entering an address” (page 39). while route guidance is active.
ff After specifying the address, tap Set as ff Enter the new destination as described in the
home to store the entered address as the section entitled “Entering a destination”
home address. (page 39).
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{ Clock time and whether


60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71
| Distance to the destination ff a 2D map is shown or
! Estimated arrival time ff a 3D map is shown.
" Estimated time to the destination ff In the map view, tap the compass x to
# Speed limit information switch between these modes:
–– 3D map aligned with the driving direction
8.7.3 Repeating the current naviga- –– 2D map aligned with north
tion announcement –– 2D map aligned with the driving direction
ff During active route guidance, tap the driving
manoeuvre symbol in the map view y. Notes:
ff You can also change the map orien-
8.7.4 Changing the map scale tation in the navigation and map
75 74 73 76 72 To increase or decrease the map scale when in settings (see the section entitled
map view, “Selecting the map orientation”
o button: Increase map scale ff tap o or z. (page 48)).
p Switch between the route overview map ff You can also activate the 3D map
and the map of the area around the vehi- Note: view in the navigation and map
cle If automatic zoom is enabled (see the settings (see the section entitled
q TMC message section entitled “Enabling automatic “3D map view – on/off” (page
r Name of the current road zoom” (page 49)): If you manually 49)).
s Name of the next road (only when change the map scale, the automatic
zoom function is suspended for around 8.7.6 Displaying TMC messages
approaching)
30 seconds. ff In the map view, tap the TMC symbol q.
t Current map scale
A list containing the current TMC messages is
u Vehicle position displayed.
v Lane guidance
8.7.5 Changing the map view mode
w Current route You can choose whether Note:
x Compass ff the map aligns with north (in this case, north While a route guidance session is
y Distance to the next driving manoeuvre, always appears at the top in map view), active, you have these options:
visual driving recommendations (The ff the map always aligns with your heading (in ff Tap On route to display only mes-
driving manoeuvre is displayed symboli- this case, the area that lies ahead of the sages that concern your current
cally as you approach it.) vehicle always appears at the top in map route.
z button: Decrease map scale view), ff Tap All to display all current mes-
sages.
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ff Tap on a message to display details about this 8.7.9 Viewing details of a location The available point of interest categories are
message. on the map displayed. Continue reading the section entitled
ff Tap the location on the map. “Selecting a point of interest and starting route
8.7.7 Changing the displayed sec- ff Tap Details. guidance” (page 41).
tion of the map The details view of the location is displayed (see
During active route guidance, you can choose the section entitled “Location details view” 8.8 Route guidance settings in the
whether (page 42)). Route menu
ff the map should show the entire route or
whether 8.7.10 Selecting a point of interest 8.8.1 Opening the Route menu
ff the map should show the area around the from the map
vehicle. You can select a point of interest from the map Note:
or search for points of interest near a location on The Route menu is only available when
ff In the map view, tap the button p to switch the map. Then you can view the details of a point a route guidance session is active.
between the modes. of interest and set it as your destination, if
desired. ff Tap in the Home menu.
8.7.8 Selecting a destination or
or:
waypoint from the map To view details of a particular point of interest,
ff Tap in the map view.
You can pick a location shown on the map as a ff tap the symbol of the point of interest on the
destination or waypoint. map. or:
ff Long tap the location on the map. The details view of the location is displayed (see ff Tap the Route tab in the Destinations menu.
the section entitled “Location details view”
If a route guidance session is active, you can (page 42)). The Route menu is displayed:
ff replace the current destination,
ff set the location as a waypoint. Note:
To do so, If you tap a point on the map where
ff tap Replace destination or Add as way- several symbols overlap, a list of the
point. corresponding points of interest is
displayed. Select the desired point of
If no route guidance session is active, you can interest from the list.
set the location as your destination.
ff Tap Set as destination. To search for points of interest near a location
on the map,
The system calculates the route to the new ff tap the location on the map.
destination. ff Tap POIs around.
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For the available settings and options, please 8.8.6 Displaying the list of way- “Selecting a point of interest and starting route
refer to the following sections. points guidance” (page 41).
ff In the Route menu, tap Waypoints.
Note: The waypoints and destination of the active 8.8.8 Blocking route sections
In the Destinations menu, tap to route guidance session are displayed. You can block route sections that lie up ahead
return to the map view. ff Tap an item to view the details for the respec- on your route and thus exclude them from the
tive waypoint/destination (see the section route. The navigation system automatically
8.8.2 Cancelling route guidance entitled “Location details view” (page calculates a suitable alternative route.
ff In the Route menu, tap Stop guidance. 42)).
The currently active route guidance session is Selecting route sections to block
cancelled and the map of the area around the 8.8.7 Searching for a point of inter- ff In the Route menu, tap Block route list.
vehicle is displayed. est on the route or near the The route sections up ahead on your journey are
destination displayed.
8.8.3 Muting navigation announce- During an active route guidance session, you
ments Note:
can select a point of interest on your route or
ff In the Route menu, tap Mute guidance or You can block an individual route sec-
near your destination as the destination.
Unmute guidance to activate or cancel mute tion or several consecutive route sec-
respectively. Note: tions.
If your current route goes directly to
8.8.4 Displaying destination infor- ff Tap the desired route section.
the ultimate destination, you can add
mation the new point of interest as a waypoint Or:
ff In the Route menu, tap Destination info. or replace the ultimate destination with If you want to block several route sections:
Your current destination is displayed in the the new point of interest. ff Tap the first route section you want blocked.
details view (see the section entitled “Location If your current route already goes via a ff Tap the final route section you want blocked.
details view” (page 42)). waypoint to the ultimate destination, All route sections between the two selected
ff Tap to return to the Destinations menu. you can either replace the waypoint or sections are blocked.
the ultimate destination with the new ff Tap Recalculate route.
8.8.5 Displaying the route list point of interest. The route is recalculated and displayed in the
ff In the Route menu, tap Show route list. map view.
The route sections up ahead on your journey are ff In the Route menu, tap POIs at destination
displayed. or POIs on route. Note:
ff Tap to return to the Destinations menu. The available point of interest categories are Tap to cancel the operation. You
displayed. Continue reading the section entitled will return to the Destinations menu.
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Unblocking blocked route sections 8.9.2 Displaying points of interest


You can unblock route sections that you previ- on the map
ously blocked.
ff In the Route menu, tap Unblock route list.
The route is recalculated and displayed in the
map view.

8.9 Specifying guidance and map


settings
With the guidance and map settings you can
specify route guidance and map view options. ff Tap the relevant item:
ff Heading up:
8.9.1 Opening the guidance and ff Tap Show POIs on map. Map aligned with your heading
map settings ff Tap the desired categories. ff North up:
ff In navigation mode, tap 6. The map shows points of interest from the cat- Map aligned with north
egories whose checkbox contains a check mark.
ff Tap . Notes:
ff You can also change the map orien-
Note: tation while in the map view (see
Tap 6 to close the options display. the section entitled “Changing the
map view mode” (page 45)).
8.9.3 Selecting the map orientation ff If the North up option is selected,
3D map view is not available.
ff Tap .
ff Tap Guidance and map settings. Note:
Tap 6 to close the options display.
Note:
Tap 6 to close the options display.

ff Tap Map orientation.


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8.9.4 3D map view – on/off 8.9.5 Enabling automatic zoom


Instead of the normal view from above, the 3D When automatic zoom is enabled, the navigation
map view displays a perspective view. system automatically adapts the map scale to
the route conditions (e.g. it zooms into the map
in urban areas or when approaching a junction
or a pending driving manoeuvre and zooms out
of the map on long straight-ahead stretches of
motorway).

ff Tap Lane guidance.


Displaying of lane recommendations v is
enabled when the check mark is displayed in the
ff Tap 3D map. checkbox.
3D map view is activated when the check mark ff Tap .
is displayed in the checkbox.
Note:
Notes: Tap 6 to close the options display.
ff You can also activate 3D map view ff Tap Autozoom.
while in the map view (see the Automatic zoom is enabled when the check 8.9.7 Voice guidance – on/off
section entitled “Changing the map mark is displayed in the checkbox. You can enable/disable the driving recommen-
view mode” (page 45)). ff Tap . dation announcements that the system makes.
ff If 3D map view is activated, the
North up option is not available. Note:
ff Tap . Tap 6 to close the options display.

Note: 8.9.6 Lane guidance – on/off


Tap 6 to close the options display. When lane guidance is enabled, the system
displays the appropriate lane on multi-lane
roads.

ff Tap Voice guidance.


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Voice guidance is enabled when the check mark Displaying of visual driving recommendations in 8.9.10 Show speed limit information
is displayed in the checkbox. the map view is enabled when the check mark is The speed limit indicator displays the speed
ff Tap . displayed in the checkbox. limit information for your current location on the
ff Tap . road section you are driving on.
Note: The speed limit information is stored in the map
Tap 6 to close the options display. Note: data.
Tap 6 to close the options display.
8.9.8 Visual driving recommenda- Road safety
tions in other operating 8.9.9 Acoustical traffic information The speed limit information is only
modes– on/off You can enable/disable announcements about a intended as an additional aid for the
You can choose to have visual driving recom- changed traffic situation ahead of you: driver and may not be accurate. The
mendations in the map view y. ff If a route guidance session is active: The driver is always responsible for comply-
announcements focus on the calculated ing with the actual road traffic signs
Note: route. and for operating the vehicle safely.
The visual driving recommendations ff If no route guidance session is active: The
shown in the home menu are persis- announcements focus on the area you will Notes:
tent. most probably cross according to your previ- ff This function is only available if the
When you approach a driving manoeuvre, the ous route. device is equipped with a speed
display will show the symbol for the driving limit information system.
manoeuvre, the distance to the driving manoeu- ff Speed limit information will not be
vre, and the name of the next road. displayed if there is no speed limit
information available for the respec-
tive road section in the map data.
Furthermore, this function may not
provide accurate information if a
speed limit has been temporarily
installed or if the speed limit has
been changed due to roadworks,
ff Tap Acoustical traffic information. weather conditions or some other
Acoustical traffic information is enabled when reason.
the check mark is displayed in the checkbox. ff Speed limit information will always
ff Tap Display driving recommendations. ff Tap . be displayed using the country’s
system of units, irrespective of the
unit measurement option that has
Navigation en | 51

been selected in the system set- The system takes these requirements into
tings. account when calculating the route.
ff Speed limit information will only be
displayed in map view mode. Fur- 8.10.1 Opening the route options
rthermore, only information about ff In navigation mode, tap 6.
the speed limit will be shown – that
is to say, no other information, such
as overtaking signs or stop signs,
will be displayed.
You can choose to have speed limit information
shown in the map view #. ff Tap the relevant option:
ff Fastest:
The journey time is minimised.
ff Optimised:
Optimised combination of the shortest
ff Tap Route options. and fastest route.
ff Shortest:
Note: The distance is minimised.
Tap 6 to close the options display.
ff Tap .
8.10.2 Selecting the basic type of
route Note:
ff Tap Show speed limits.
You can set the basic type of route. Tap 6 to close the options display.
The map shows speed limit information when
the check mark is displayed in the checkbox.
8.10.3 Activating dynamic route
ff Tap to return to the navigation settings.
guidance with TMC
Note:
Note:
Tap 6 to close the options display.
If TMC is not supported in your recep-
tion area or by the current station, you
8.10 Specifying custom route
will not be able to experience these
options
functions.
You can use custom route options to define your
requirements for the system’s choice of route.
ff Tap Route type.
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When dynamic route guidance is activated, the 8.11 Displaying information on the
system takes the latest traffic announcements current position
into account and may automatically recalculate ff In navigation mode, tap 6.
the route during route guidance.

ff Tap the relevant option.


The corresponding road and transport type is
avoided when the check mark is displayed in the ff Tap Position and GPS info.
ff Tap Dynamic guidance. checkbox. A map of the area around your position and the
Dynamic route guidance is enabled when the following information are displayed:
check mark is displayed in the checkbox. Note: ff Current road
ff Tap . In some cases, the navigation system ff Current city
may use a road or transport type that is ff Longitude
Note: to be avoided in order to enable you to ff Latitude
Tap 6 to close the options display. reach your destination. ff Altitude
ff GPS information
8.10.4 Avoiding certain types of ff Tap .
road and transport ff Tap .
You can select which types of road and trans- Note:
port should, if possible, be avoided in the route Tap 6 to close the options display. Note:
calculation: Tap 6 to close the options display.
ff Motorways
ff Toll roads 8.12 Your own points of interest
ff Ferries In addition to the points of interest stored in the
ff Train transport navigation data, you can also store your own
ff Unpaved roads points of interest and point of interest warnings
ff Seasonal roads on the device.
ff Restricted roads
Navigation en | 53

Point of interest warnings may, for instance, that belong to the same category and use the ff Switch to navigation mode.
contain the location of sharp bends. name of the category as the file name. ff Connect the USB storage device containing
the file to the device.
8.12.1 Data format You may create up to four additional levels of The device detects the file automatically.
The file containing your own points of interest categories and subcategories if you create a ff Tap Download to confirm that you want to
must comply with the WGS84 standard. corresponding folder structure. The name of a load the file.
The required file format is “.csv”. folder will be recognised as the name of the The progress and completion of the loading
corresponding category or subcategory. operation are indicated.
Each line of the file may describe one point of ff Confirm by tapping .
interest containing the following pieces of infor- Notes:
mation: ff The csv file or the top-level folder 8.12.3 Point of interest warnings
ff Longitude that represents a top-level category displayed during the journey
ff Latitude must be stored inside a folder – on/off
ff Name named “myPOIs”. Place this folder When the displaying of point of interest warn-
ff Address (optional) in the root directory of a USB stor- ings is enabled, the system displays a warning
ff Telephone number (optional) age device. when you approach a point of interest warning’s
ff A csv file that contains POI warnings location.
A line of the file may look like this: must be stored inside the folder
77.61,12.92,Park,Bangalore City,00917829 “myPOIs” or any of its subfolders. Safety notice
The name of this file must begin The point of interest warnings stored
Notes: with “myPOIWarnings_” and end on the device may be incomplete or
ff Ensure that no piece of information with “.csv” (for example: “myPOI- outdated.
contains a comma. Inside the file, Warnings_Curves.csv”). Otherwise Therefore, please always ensure you
commas are exclusively used to the POI warnings cannot be dis- observe the actual road conditions and
separate the different pieces of played. the traffic regulations that are in force.
information from one another.
ff Coordinates of the southern and 8.12.2 Loading your own points of
western hemisphere have to be interest onto the device
specified by negative values.
Note:
The name of the csv file represents the name of
When you load a new file, any of your
the point of interest category. When setting up a
own points of interest that are already
csv file, be sure to insert only points of interest
stored on the device will be deleted.
54 | en Navigation

ff In navigation mode, tap 6. ff Tap the relevant option:


ff On:
The system issues the point of interest
warning by displaying a symbol.
ff On and beep:
The system issues the point of interest
warning by displaying a symbol and mak-
ing a beep sound.
ff Off:
No point of interest warning is issued.
ff Tap Delete MyPOIs and confirm by tapping
ff Tap My POIs. ff Tap . .
ff Tap .
Note:
Tap 6 to close the options display. Note:
Tap 6 to close the options display.
8.12.4 Deleting your own points of
interest from the device 8.13 Enabling the keypad lock while
ff In navigation mode, tap 6. driving
You can set the keypad lock in the system set-
tings.
If the Lock keypad while driving setting is ena-
ff Tap POI warning. bled, you will only be able to access the keypad
while the vehicle is stationary.
For further details on this, please read the sec-
tion entitled “Enabling the keypad lock while
driving” (page 15).

Note:
ff Tap My POIs. When the Lock keypad while driving
setting is enabled, certain features of
the device’s navigation and smart-
Navigation en | 55

phone integration functions are disa- Note: containing the navigation system’s
bled to avoid driver distraction. Tap 6 to close the options display. map data is removed, you will not be
able to use the navigation function.
8.14 Selecting the geo coordinate 8.15 Updating the map data ff If the map data was not loaded
format successfully, please contact your
You can set the format in which geo coordinates Note: Suzuki dealer.
are specified. For information about map data
ff In navigation mode, tap 6. updates please refer to 8.16 Retrofitting the navigation func-
www.suzuki-slda.com. tion
If the device is not originally equipped with the
You can update the map data by loading new navigation function, it may be possible for you to
map data onto the device from an SD card. have it retrofitted. Please contact your Suzuki
dealer regarding this.
Note: The navigation software for your device is sup-
For details on handling SD cards, plied on an SD card. Please follow the instruc-
please read the section entitled “Con- tions below to install the navigation software:
necting/inserting external devices and
data storage devices” (page 23). Note:
ff Tap Geo coordinate format. For details on handling SD cards,
ff Insert the SD card containing the map data please read the section entitled “Con-
into the SD card slot 3. necting/inserting external devices and
The compatibility of the map data is checked data storage devices” (page 23).
and confirmed.
ff Insert the SD card containing the navigation
Note: software into the SD card slot 3.
If the map data is incompatible, the The compatibility of the navigation software is
device will not respond. checked and confirmed.

The map data is loaded onto the device. Note:


ff Tap the relevant option: If the navigation software is incompat-
ff DD: Decimal degrees Notes: ible, the device will not respond.
ff DM: Degrees and minutes ff Please do not remove the SD card
ff DMS: Degrees, minutes and seconds from the device. If the SD card
56 | en Navigation | Telephone

The navigation software is loaded onto the 9 Telephone 9.1 Starting phone mode
device.
9.1.1 Opening the phone menu
Note: Road safety To open the phone menu,
If the navigation software was not Using the hands-free facility while ff tap the Call area in the Home menu.
loaded successfully, the device will driving can be dangerous, since your The phone menu is displayed:
restart without the navigation function. attention is reduced during a telephone
In this case, please try again. If the conversation.
problem persists, please contact your
Suzuki dealer. Important note:
Ensure that you follow the regulations
in areas where there might be a risk
because of interference by the mobile
phone or a risk of a dangerous situa-
tion.

Notes:
ff To connect a mobile phone via Notes:
Bluetooth®, please refer to the ff If provided by your mobile phone,
section entitled “Connecting/insert- the Calls list will show the number
ing external devices and data stor- or contact name of the caller.
age devices” (page 23). ff If no mobile phone is connected,
ff Your mobile phone may not support the Select Bluetooth device menu is
all the hands-free phone features displayed. For more information
that are provided by the device. about the Select Bluetooth device
menu, please refer to the section
entitled “Opening the Select Blue-
tooth device menu” (page 25).
The phone status is displayed beside the name
of the connected mobile phone at the top:
ff : Reception (signal strength)
Telephone en | 57

ff : Roaming (when you are in a roaming 9.2 Answering/rejecting a call 9.4 Dialling a number
area) This notification appears when you receive an ff In the phone menu, tap the Dial pad tab, if
ff : The low battery status will be displayed incoming call: necessary.
on screen when the connected phone’s bat- ff Enter the number.
tery charge is low. ff Tap to call the number you entered.
Or:
Under the Calls tab, the list of calls is displayed: ff Enter the first digits of the number.
ff : Incoming calls The number of matches corresponding to the
ff : Outgoing calls entered digits is displayed beside the sym-
ff : Missed calls bol.
For each call, the time or date is displayed. ff Tap to display the numbers from your
In the case of missed calls, the number of con- contacts that match what you have entered.
nection attempts is displayed in front of the 9.2.1 Answering a call ff Tap the desired number.
time/date. ff Tap . The selected number is called.
For more information about the Calls menu,
please refer to the section entitled “Calling an 9.2.2 Rejecting a call 9.5 Calling a contact from the
entry in the call list” (page 57). ff Tap . phone book
ff In the phone menu, tap the Contacts tab, if
When you switch to the Contacts tab, you can 9.3 During the current call necessary.
call the number of a stored contact. ff Tap the desired contact.
Please refer to the section entitled “Calling a 9.3.1 Ending the call If there are several numbers of equal priority
contact from the phone book” (page 57). ff Tap . stored for the contact, all these numbers will be
displayed.
When you switch to the Dial pad tab, you can 9.3.2 Muting the call ff Tap the desired number.
dial a number. ff Tap . The number is called.
Please refer to the section entitled “Dialling a
number” (page 57). 9.3.3 Switching the call to the 9.6 Calling an entry in the call list
mobile phone The call list stores the numbers that have been
ff Tap . dialled and the numbers of received calls.
58 | en Telephone

Note: 9.7.1 A second incoming call 9.7.2 Switching between two calls
A maximum of 60 items are stored in If you receive a second call during your current If there are two simultaneous calls, the following
the call list. call, the following notification appears: display appears:

ff In the phone menu, tap the Calls tab, if nec-


essary.
ff Tap the desired number.
The number is called.

9.6.1 Tone dial feature (DTMF)


During a current call, you can generate DTMF
tones:
ff Tap .
ff Enter a number.
ff Tap to answer the second call. To switch between the two calls,
9.7 Second call ff tap .
You can manage two calls simultaneously if you Notes:
answer another call during your current call. ff To reject the second call, tap . To end the currently active call,
ff If you answer the second call, your ff tap .
current call is automatically inter- The call that is on hold will be activated auto-
rupted and the connection put on matically.
hold.
Note:
Even if the person you are calling ends
the active call, the call that is on hold
will be activated automatically.
Telephone en | 59

9.8 SMS text messages Notes: 9.9 Activating the voice control
ff If you wish, you can have the system system of the connected mobile
9.8.1 Reading an incoming text read the message aloud. To do so, phone
message tap . Please note that this func-
tion is not available in all system Note:
Note: languages. This function is only available if the
You can enable or disable the display- ff To call the message sender, tap . connected mobile phone supports
ing of incoming text messages. For voice control.
further details on this, please read the 9.8.2 Incoming text message dis-
following section. play – on/off ff Long-tap 5.
ff In telephone mode, tap 6. The speech recognition screen is displayed:
The following notification appears when an
incoming text message arrives:

ff Tap Display incoming text message.


Displaying of incoming text messages is enabled To stop the active voice control session,
when the check mark is displayed in the check- ff tap .
To display the text message, box.
ff tap . ff Tap 6 to close the menu. To active a new voice control session,
The text message is displayed. ff tap .
To close the text message,
ff tap . To exit voice control,
ff tap .
60 | en Telephone | Smartphone integration

9.10 Further settings The telephone settings are displayed. 10 Smartphone integra-
9.10.1 Ringtone of the mobile phone tion
Note: You can connect a smartphone to the device via
This function is only available if the Apple CarPlay, MirrorLink™ or Android Auto™.
connected mobile phone supports it.
Road safety
For incoming calls, you can also use the ringtone Using smartphone applications while
of your mobile phone. driving can be dangerous, since your
ff In telephone mode, tap 6. attention is reduced.
ff Tap Sort order. Park your vehicle before you use smart-
ff Tap the desired option, First name or Last phone applications.
name.
ff Tap 6 to close the menu. Note:
The phone charging level may not
progress as expected, depending on
the Android Auto functions that are
activated and how often they are used.
In some cases, if several features are
activated simultaneously and draw a
ff Tap Use phone ringtone. significant amount of current, the
Your mobile phone’s ringtone is used when the charge level may even decrease.
check mark is displayed in the checkbox.
ff Tap 6 to close the menu. Notes:
ff Information about which smart-
9.10.2 Phone-book sort order phones the device supports is avail-
You can select the order in which the phone- able at www.suzuki-slda.com.
book entries are displayed. ff To connect a smartphone via smart-
ff In telephone mode, tap 6. phone integration, please read the
section entitled “Connecting a
smartphone via smartphone inte-
gration” (page 27).
Smartphone integration en | 61

ff Please visit Apple’s website to learn voice commands – internet connec- gation app on your iPhone and there
more about features available for tivity is required for this. Perfor- is a route guidance session already
CarPlay: mance may vary depending on data active on the device’s navigation
http://www.apple.com/ios/carplay/ connectivity. system, that route guidance session
ff The local availability of Apple Car- ff The smartphone manufacturers are will be cancelled automatically (and
Play depends on the support of responsible for the content and vice versa).
Apple. Information about the local functions of smartphone applica- ff Audio output:
availability of Apple CarPlay is avail- tions. The device merely provides The audio output of the connected
able at: the option to display and operate iPhone (such as announcements
http://www.apple.com/ios/feature- these applications. from a navigation app) will be mixed
availability/#applecarplay- ff For information on using smart- with the current audio output of the
applecarplay phone applications on your smart- device (such as currently playing
ff If you connect an Apple iPhone via phone, please read your smart- media).
smartphone integration, you will not phone’s instruction manual.
be able to select iPod as a media ff For safety reasons, you cannot Notes about MirrorLink™ fea-
source. access some applications while the tures:
ff Apple CarPlay uses the Siri applica- vehicle is moving. ff Telephone functions:
tion, for which internet connectivity If the connected smartphone is not
is necessary. Performance may vary Notes about Apple CarPlay connected via Bluetooth® too, you
depending on data connectivity. features: will not be able to use the device as
ff Please visit Google’s website to ff Telephone functions: a hands-free set. In this case, audio
learn more about the features avail- To use a connected iPhone for tele- input and output happens via the
able for Android Auto: phoning, use the telephone app of speaker and microphone of your
http://www.android.com/auto/ your iPhone. The device’s telephone smartphone.
ff Information about the local availabil- functions are not available. If you try ff Audio output:
ity of Android Auto is available at to access the device’s telephone –– The audio output of the con-
http://www.android.com/auto/. functions, you will be automatically nected smartphone (such as
Most features will not work if you redirected to the telephone app of announcements from a naviga-
use Android Auto in a country where your iPhone. tion app) will be mixed with the
it is not currently available. ff Navigation functions: current audio output of the
ff You can use the talk to Google func- You can only use one navigation device (such as currently playing
tion to control Android Auto through system at a time. If you start a navi- media).
62 | en Smartphone integration

–– When connected via Mirror- from a navigation app) will be audi- 10.3 Smartphone integration set-
Link™, the Bluetooth® audio ble at a higher volume, and the tings
player feature may not be avail- current audio output of the device Selecting an item in the smartphone integration
able; in this case, please use the (e.g. currently playing media) will settings list will activate the respective feature.
MirrorLink™ audio player be heard at a lower volume. When
instead. connected via Android Auto, the
Bluetooth® audio player feature will
Notes about Android Auto™ not be available; in this case, please
features: use the Android Auto audio player
ff Telephone functions: instead.
If the smartphone is connected via
the USB port but not via Bluetooth®, 10.1 Calling up the smartphone dis-
you will not be able to use the play
device as a hands-free set. In this ff Tap the Connect area in the Home menu.
case, audio input and output take Your smartphone’s user interface is displayed. 10.3.1 Android™ connection priority
place via the speaker and micro- Android connection priority is used if a smart-
phone of your smartphone. For Note: phone supports both Android Auto and Mirror-
telephony features like calling and Certain types of smartphones may Link™. If this is the case, the user has complete
SMS, the smartphone needs to be provide various compatible applica- freedom to choose which feature they would like
paired via Bluetooth®. tions. For further details on this, please to use. The user can select the respective fea-
ff Navigation functions: read the next section. ture and will then be shown a pop-up notifica-
You can only use one navigation tion that asks them to reconnect the smart-
system at a time. If you start using 10.2 Selecting a particular applica- phone via USB in order to use the selected
Android Auto navigation on your tion on a smartphone feature.
smartphone and a route guidance Certain types of smartphones may provide
session is already active on the various compatible applications.
device’s navigation system, that To select an application,
active route guidance session will ff tap in the Home menu.
be cancelled automatically (and vice The list of compatible applications is displayed.
versa). ff Tap the desired application.
ff Audio output: The selected application’s user interface is
The audio output of the connected displayed.
smartphone (e.g. announcements
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Notes: 11 Rear-view camera 11.1.1 Guide lines – on/off


ff Android connection priority only The superimposed guide lines project the
applies if the MirrorLink™ and dimensions of the vehicle onto the section of
Android Auto features are available Note: road behind.
on the same smartphone. One This function is only available if the ff Tap 6.
feature, i.e. either MirrorLink™ or vehicle is equipped with a rear view
Android Auto, can be chosen at a camera.
time.
ff A change to the Android connection The picture from the rear-view camera is auto-
priority setting only takes effect matically shown on the display for as long as the
after the smartphone is discon- reverse gear is engaged.
nected.
Road safety
10.3.2 Enabling the keypad lock When reversing, if you only look at the
while driving picture provided by the rear-view cam-
You can set the keypad lock in the system set- era, you may fail to notice other road ff Tap Guide lines.
tings. users or objects outside the picture The guide lines are shown when the check mark
If the Lock keypad while driving setting is ena- and may cause an accident. is displayed in the checkbox.
bled, you will only be able to access the keypad Therefore, please always also pay
while the vehicle is stationary. attention to your vehicle’s surround- Note:
For further details on this, please read the sec- ings. Tap 6 to close the settings.
tion entitled “Enabling the keypad lock while
driving” (page 15). 11.1 Picture settings for the rear-
view camera
Note:
This function applies to the Apple Note:
CarPlay and Android Auto features but You can only change the settings while
does not apply to the MirrorLink™ the reverse gear is engaged.
feature.
64 | en Rear-view camera | Voice control

11.1.2 Adjusting the picture bright- 12 Voice control Note:


ness and contrast When voice control is active, the cur-
ff Tap 6. rently available voice commands are
The settings for the rear-view camera are dis- Note: shown on the display. To ensure the
played. This feature is only available if the device correctly recognises your com-
selected system language supports mand, please say the command as it is
voice recognition. To select a system shown in the display.
language, please read the section The device can, however, also recog-
entitled “Setting the language” nise other corresponding commands
(page 20). (e.g. “satnav” instead of “navigation”).

12.1 Voice control – start/stop


Important note: To start voice control,
Please understand that voice recogni- ff tap 5.
tion errors are inherent in the process.
ff Tap Brightness or Contrast. Neither Suzuki nor its suppliers shall To stop voice control,
The picture from the rear-view camera is dis- be liable for any damages arising out of ff say “Cancel”.
played. errors in the voice recognition process.
ff Tap or to decrease or increase the Voice recognition performance Note:
value. depends on the user’s pronunciation To stop voice control, you can also
and accent. tap 4.
Note:
Tap 6 to close the settings or tap Using the voice control feature, you can select
to return to the settings for the many of the device’s functions by means of
rear-view camera. spoken commands.
The settings are also closed when you Voice control is available for the following oper-
disengage the reverse gear. ating modes:
ff Telephone
ff Navigation
ff Playing media (audio)
Voice control en | 65

12.2 How voice control works ff Playing media (audio) Certain commands are combined with names or
–– Start playback of a song, audiobook or numbers, e.g. “Call <number>”. Say the dis-
12.2.1 The main menu podcast played command and the desired number or
As soon as you start voice control, the main name.
menu appears: Notes:
ff For each operating mode there is a 12.2.3 Opening the menu for an
separate menu containing further operating mode
commands (see the section entitled For each operating mode there is a separate
“Opening the menu for an operating menu containing further commands.
mode” (page 65)). To open the menu for an operating mode,
ff If a voice command opens a sub- ff say the corresponding command:
menu, you can return to the previ- –– “Phone”
ous menu by saying “Back”. –– “Navigation”
–– “Media”
12.2.2 Saying voice commands
The available voice commands are shown in the 12.2.4 Selecting from a list
In the main menu you will find a selection of display. The device reads out the available If you have various items at your disposal they
voice commands that you can use directly for options. After that, a beep indicates that the will be displayed in a list (e.g. various navigation
the most important functions: device is ready to accept your voice command. destinations or various music tracks for media
ff Telephone playback).
–– Call a contact Note:
–– Dial a number When the device reads out the avail-
ff Navigation able options, you may interrupt it by
–– Enter an address for route guidance tapping 5. The beep sounds
–– Select a point of interest for route gui- immediately, and the device is ready to
dance accept your voice command.
–– Start route guidance to the home address
–– Select one of the previous destinations for Say the displayed command to select the corre-
route guidance sponding function, for instance, “navigate to
–– Cancel the current route guidance session home” to start route guidance to the stored
home address.
66 | en Voice control | Steering wheel remote control

To select the desired item, 13 Steering wheel Button Function


ff say the number of the corresponding list
item, e.g. “Three”. remote control / During radio/media playback:
Short press:
Note: ff Radio: switch to the next/previ-
To scroll up or down in the list, say Note: ous preset
“Previous page” or “Next page”. When smartphone integration is ena- ff Media: skip to the next/previous
bled, some of the steering wheel title
12.3 Help for voice control remote control buttons may not work. Long press:
To obtain help with the voice control system, ff Radio: adjust the frequency
ff say “Help”. You can also operate frequently used functions continuously (after you release
using the steering wheel remote control: the button, the radio tunes to the
next station automatically.)
Button Function
ff Media: Fast forward/Rewind
MODE Notes: Notes:
ff Not during an active phone ff Not during AUX or external
call DVD playback
ff Not during activated voice ff Not during an active phone
control call
Short press: ff Not during activated voice
Switch between the radio and avail- control
able media sources. Open the Calls menu
Long press: When there is an incoming call:
Switch between radio/media play- answer the call
back and navigation.
When there is an incoming call:
Mute the device / cancel mute reject the call
VOL. ± Adjust the volume During an active phone call: end the
call
Note:
If the voice control system is
already active, the voice control
session will end.
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Button Function 14 Points of interest – Symbol Description


/ Short press:
Activate voice control
symbol overview Art centre & exhibition

Notes: Bowling
Symbol Description
ff Voice prompts from the
device will be skipped if the Hotel, guest house, hostel, camping
Casino
voice control system is
already activated Car dealer
ff Not when the smartphone Cinema
integration function is active. Car repair facilities
Long press: Golf course
Activate the voice control system on
the connected mobile phone Parking area
Yacht basin
Note:
If the voice control system is Parking area and motel
Nightlife
already active, the voice control
session will end. Parking area and kiosk
Ice rink
Notes:
ff Not during an active phone Parking area and WC
call, or during an incoming Ski lift
call, or while the user is trying
Parking area and filling station
to make a call or is dialling. Sports centre
ff The device’s voice control
cannot be activated if the Parking area, filling station and
Theatre
voice control system on the motel
connected mobile phone is Restaurant and motel
Cemetery
already activated.
ff Activating the voice control Filling station
system on the connected Embassy
mobile phone is only avail- Car hire facilities
able, if the connected mobile Town hall
phone supports it.
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Symbol Description Symbol Description Symbol Description


Community centre Shopping centre Sport airport

Hospital, medical service Book store Border crossing

Emergency, medical service Motorcycle, e-bike & bike store Ferry

Library Grocery store Train station

School Amusement park Travel agency

University Historical monument Business facility

Post office Tourist office Bank

Pharmacy Museum ATM cash dispenser

Police Park

Court house Place of worship

Restaurant Tourist attraction

Café Winery

Shopping Airport, airline access


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