Notice TOMTOM Navigator 5

Notice TOMTOM Navigator 5

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Type de GPS : Pour PDA, Connexion PC : Bluetooth

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« arting up for the ?rst time Installation Before you can use TomTom NAVIGATOR 5 you must install the application and map from the CD set. Please refer to the installation poster for more information. NOTE: TomTom GPS receivers connect automatically when you start the application. If you are using a different GPS unit, refer to the device manual for connection instructions. Tip: In order to use in-car chargers, you may need to set your ignition key in an ‘Accessories’ position. Please consult your vehicle handbook. Activation Some TomTom maps need to be activated before they can be used. You can activate maps automatically using GPRS, or manually on a PC via our website. To activate your map you will need a product code, found on the TomTom Navigator product code (15 characters) found on the TomTom Navigator CD package. NOTE: For automatic activation, you need a GPRS-ready mobile phone with Bluetooth. If you already pick up email or browse the Internet on your phone, then it’s probably already GPRS-ready; if you’re not sure, ask your network provider. To activate your map via GPRS, select the ‘Automatic’ button and follow these instructions: 1. Type in your product code and then press ‘Activate’. To activate your map using your PC, select the ‘Manual’ button and follow these instructions: 1. Go to www.ttcode.com using your PC Internet browser. 2. Select your preferred language and then enter your product code. 3. When prompted, type in your device code (displayed on the screen of your device). 4. Select ‘Activate’ on your device and then type in the activation code shown on your PC screen. Once the map has been activated, you can continue through the rest of the start up process. QSG_US_final_palmColor.indd 37/24/05 6:08:11 PM4 EN 5 As with many of the menus, there are more options than can be shown on one screen. Try selecting a few times, to cycle through all the different things you can do. Your position (and direction) is indicated by the icon. Getting started The application starts by displaying the navigation view. The screen will appear in black and white until your GPS receiver locates your current position. Once this is done, the navigation view is shown in full color. In future, your position will be found much faster, normally within a few seconds. Everything can be accomplished easily using just your ?nger. Importantly, you can bring up the main options menu by tapping your ?nger somewhere in the middle of the screen or pressing the joystick. NOTE: Some newer vehicles may have a heat re?ective shield embedded in the windscreen. In some cases this can prevent proper GPS signal reception. If this turns out to be a problem in your vehicle, try mounting your GPS receiver behind your rear view mirror or parcel shelf. How to plan your ?rst route 1. If you haven’t already done so, go outside so that the GPS hardware can locate your position. This may take some time, and will happen more quickly if you remain still. The screen displays your current position on its map, represented in a ‘3D’ navigation view, from a driver’s perspective. When you start moving, the navigation view will match the streets outside as you would see them through your windshield. QSG_US_final_palmColor.indd 47/24/05 6:08:11 PM45 EN Remember that always means that there’s more to see... »

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