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This supplement contains explanations and instructions for correctly operating the following systems.
- Navigation System
- Audio and Visual System
- Handsfree System
If your vehicle contains one of the systems above, be sure to check the contents of this supplement carefully.
If you transfer the ownership of the vehicle to another person, make sure that this supplement is provided with the Owner’s Manual inside the vehicle.
The information, specifications and illustrations in this supplement are valid at the time of publication. Fuji Heavy Industries reserves the right to change the specifications and design without prior notice, with no obligation to perform the same or equivalent changes to vehicles sold in the past.
This Owner’s Manual supplement applies to all models, and describes all devices, including manufacturer-installed options. This means that information may be included about devices that are not installed in your vehicle.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 QUICK GUIDE
- BASIC FUNCTION… 20
- QUICK REFERENCE… 28
- NAVIGATION OPERATION… 29
- FUNCTION INDEX… 34
2 BASIC FUNCTION
- BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION… 38
- REAR VIEW CAMERA… See vehicle Owner’s Manual
- BASIC OPERATION… 54
- RADIO OPERATION… 60
- MEDIA OPERATION… 78
- AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS… 96
- SETUP… 99
- TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM… 102
- PHONE OPERATION… 116 · SETUP… 136
- SUBARU STARLINK… 153
- MirrorLinkTM… 154
- ahaTM… 156
- Pandora®*… 162
- USEFUL INFORMATION… 166
- Bluetooth® SETTINGS… 176
- OTHER SETTINGS… 190
- NAVIGATION… 197
9 Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM
- Siri… 248
- VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION… 251
- COMMAND LIST… 257
10 APPENDIX / WHAT TO DO IF / INDEX
- MAP DATABASE INFORMATION AND UPDATES… 274
- TROUBLESHOOTING… 283
- ERROR MESSAGES… 289
- INDEX… 296
*:Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
|NAVIGATION SYSTEM (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION)
|Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM
|APPENDIX/WHAT TO DO IF/INDEX
- Check Engine Light Killer ➤ Annoying engine error light keeps popping out? No frustrating. LAUN CH CR529 is born to kill the Check Engine Light on your dashboard. This obd2 scanner can clear the trouble codes in seconds, save you a bundle in unwanted repair cost, and help you make the proper repairs without any guess work.
- Patented One-Click Smog Checker ➤ How effective this scan tool is? You will be completely blown away. With just one press of a button to run a quick check, you’ll see if the car is ready to pass the emission test, without the hassle of driving around endlessly, or continuously coming back to the repair shop for retest.
- Effective Car Status Analyzer ➤ Want to get educated enough before hitting the dealer? Live Data shows clearly and vividly in graphical way, being super easy for you to ensure if the data are in normal conditions / ranges, or not. Red-Yellow-Green LEDs indicate vehicle’s status visually, to avoid unnecessary step-to-step operations.
- Wide-Ranging Cars Supporter ➤ Doubt about the compatibility? The diagnostic scanner can be used regardless of the type of your vehicle, as long as it is OBD2 compliant (1996 and newer): KWP2000, ISO9141, J1850 VPW, J1850 PWM and CAN. Multiple language option is also packed: English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese.
- A Necessity in Toolbox ➤ Classic and solid design to withstand everyday shocks; HELP shortcut key for quick access to commonly tips; Plug & Play, no battery required; AutoVin, DTC LookUp, Data Playback and Print etc. Whether you’re a home car owner or an auto mechanic, with CR529, you can save thousands of dollars on car maintenance, save time and effort on repairs, and dramatically improve your car’s lifespan / performance.
- [ABS & SRS Scanner with Active Test] The ABS/ SRS diagnostic tool Read & clear DTCs, displays live data in a graph to locate the cause of faults and assists the home mechanic with repairs and clearing ABS and airbag warning lights. Active test sensors, valves or solenoids etc. and tracks any threats in real time. It is invaluable to have a diagnostic tool with Active Test feature that you will never find on similar ABS/ SRS scanners.
- 【3 HOP Reset Services 】Easy to set up 3 regular reset services for Oil Light, Battery Management System, and Steering Angle Position. With this obd2 scanner, you can reset the oil service light and reset pre-programmed mileage intervals for energy efficiency; adjust or reset the steering angle position to keep steering aligned; and clear the original low battery fault information. No need to leave home for shop-quality car maintenance.
- 【All OBD2 Test Modes 】 This ABS & SRS scan tool is also a full featured obd2 code reader, allowing a quick test of the engine system of OBD II vehicles, can Read/Clear engine light codes, Live Data, Freeze Frame, Retrieving I/M Readiness Status, O2 Monitor Test, On-Board Monitor Test, Evap Test, Read Vehicle Information, and help pass smog test for most post-1996 OBD2/CAN vehicles.
- [DTC LookUp Library] Can't read the code? Go to the DTC LookUp Library. The Topdon AL600 OBD2 scanner offers a wealth of code definitions so you don't have to look them up in a list or database, and the HELP function takes you to diagnostic tips for possible fixes, saving time searching for repair materials online. No other scan tool or code reader under $100 offers this level of assistance.
- [User-Oriented] You'll love the feel of this automotive scanner, with black rubber grips all around the outer edges for durability and to withstand accidental drops. With its easy access menu, you can operate all functions in minutes with just a few button presses. The 3-color LEDs give you a intuitive indication of the OBD2 test results in a second. 3 shortcut keys, one key to read/clear DTCs and a one-touch smoke status check make it easy to use even for beginners.
- 🎄【Easy to Use--Work out of box】+【FOXWELL 2024 New Version】 FOXWELL NT604 Elite scan tool is the 2024 new version from FOXWELL, which is designed for those car owners who want to figure out the cause issue before fixing the car problem via scanning the most common systems like abs srs engine and transmission.The NT604 Elite diagnostic tool comes with latest software, which can be used out of box. No need to waste time to download the software first.
- 🎅【Affordable】+【Reliable Car Health Monitor】 Will you be confused what happen when the warning light of abs/srs/transmission/check engine flashes? Instead of taking your cars to dealership, this foxwell scanner will help you do a thorough scanning and detection for your cars and pinpoint the root cause. It will t-urn off the warning light car after the problem is fixed.👉TIPS: Airbag crash/collision data can NOT be cleared even you replace the new airbag.
- 🎄【5 in 1 Diagnostic Scanner】Compared with those auto scanners (50-100), NT604 Elite code scanner not only includes their OBDII diagnosis but also it can be an abs/srs scanner, transmission and check engine code reader. When it’s an odb2 scanner, you can use it to check if your car is ready for annual test through I/M readiness menu. In addition, live data stream, built-in DTC library, data play back and print, all these features are a big plus for it.
- 🎅【Fantastic AUTOVIN】+【No extra software fee】Through the AUTOVIN menu, this NT604 Elite car scanner allows you to get your V-IN and vehicle info rapidly, no need to take time to find your V-IN and input one by one. What's more, the NT604 Elite abs srs scanner supports 60+ car makes from worldwide (America/Asia/Europe). You don’t need to pay extra software fee.
- 🎄【Solid protective case KO plastic carrying bag】+ 【Lifetime update】Almost all same price-level obd scanner diagnostic tool only offers plastic bag to hold on the scanner.However, NT604 Elite automotive scanner is equipped with solid protective case, preventing your obd2 scanner from damage. Then you don’t need to pay extra money to buy a solid toolbox.
- 🎉【2024 Upgraded Ver. of AL519/ ML519/ ML619】Autel develops the brand-new AutoLink AL619 as the advanced ver. of Autel ML519, AL519, AL319, MS309. This AL619 OBD2 scanner can scan ABS & SRS systems, and support 10 Modes of OBD II Diagnostics Function on Worldwide Vehicles to read, erase codes and turn off the MIL, ABS, SRS warning lights so that you can better maintain your car when related malfunctions occur and make your vehicle ready for the annual test.
- 🎉【Accurate ABS/ SRS Diagnostics Functions】The ABS/ SRS diagnostic function is used to retrieve and clear codes from the ABS/ SRS systems. It can read and clear DTCs, show definitions of each code, display live data of multiple sensors in the graph to locate fault causes, and assist home mechanics to do the proper repair and clear ABS & Airbag warning lights. Diagnoses ABS/ SRS system codes on most 1996 and newer major vehicle models. Please email 📩 immoautel @ outlook. com 📩 for help.
- 🎉【All 10 Modes of OBD II Diagnostics Function】The OBD II Diagnostics function is a fast-access option that allows you to carry out a quick test on the engine system of OBD II vehicles. Read Codes, Erase Codes, Live Data, Freeze Frame, Retrieving I/M Readiness Status, O2 Monitor Test, On-Board Monitor Test, DTC Lookup, Component Test, Viewing Vehicle Information, Modules Present.
- 🎉【Live Data and Freeze Frame Data】With Live Data functions, Autel AL619 OBD2 diagnostic code reader allows you to view the live PID (Parameter Identification Data) of the vehicle's computer module(s) in text, graph to check the status of various sensors. And Freeze Frame Data enables you to view the vehicle's operating parameters at the moment a DTC is detected. These information will aid the technician by allowing the parameters to be duplicated for diagnostic and repair purposes.
- 🎉【DTC Lookup Feature】Besides showing you the code’s definition while you are reading the diagnostic trouble codes, AL619 features comparably user-friendly DTC Lookup Function which enables you to retrieve the definitions of any error codes from the large database of AL619, saving you from the hassle of wasting time searching definition of every code via Google.
- 2024 Best Choice for ABS Bleeder Scan Tool - Was the brake pedal always slowly sinking down or becoming loose? This abs brake bleeding scan tool will bleed the brake system by cycling the pump and valves to achieve a tight brake pedal. It's the most affordable obd2 scanner with abs auto bleed function you can find. With the clear step by step instruction, even a beginner can use it. Coverage check on FOXWELL official site: Support- Diagnostic Coverage List.
- More Than a Entry Level OBD Scanner, Ideal for Home Mechanics - Based on the NT301 FOXWELL Scanner, NT630 Plus takes OBD diagnostics to the next level by customizing all functions for ABS and SRS systems. This srs abs scanner provides in-depth insights on error code diagnosis, wheel speed sensor live data, airbag circuits and cable connectors monitor, module activation and etc. It's an total game-changer in resolving ABS SRS issues.
- No More Higher End Service than You Needed - One NT630 Plus is enough! This obd2 scanner with abs and srs takes depth diagnosis on Anti-Lock Brake System & Supplemental Restraint System, and also performs daily required resetting services which same priced scanners cannot do. Like Airbag light reset/ SAS(Steering Angle Sensor) adjustment/ Oil light reset and EPB service functions. this car scanner will help the part to operate normally after the faults repaired.
- Also can Work like NT301 - The NT630 Plus abs code reader connect to the OBD2 port directly. It will diagnose all obd2 modules instantly, displays the live data, locates bad sensors and I/M readiness status before the annual inspection. Guides you to do the maintenance work, reduces the potential driving risk and keep a peak performance on the road.
- Complicate? Unreadable? - Intuitive LCD display with clear operate instructions, even a beginner can diagnose the car faults with the NT630 Plus. Ergonomic Touch with anti-collision and anti-slip cover design, comfortable for daily car diagnose work. Unique button press sound will provide the overall tactile and visual experience to notice you a task has been completed or a command has been executed.
- 🎁 New Elite Version🎁 Easy to Use--Work out of Box🎁Function as LAUNCH CRP123E 🎁 Lifetime Update🎁 5 YEARS Back Up.
- [Engine/ABS/SRS/Transmission Diagnostic Tool]----The crp123 obd2 scanner is perfect balance of power and affordability, providing the ability to view preset, or user defined, live data streams for ENGINE, AT, ABS and SRS data, the ability to graph, record, replay and print data, read and resets codes for engine/abs/srs/transmission system.(Note: Does not work for other System and does not have Special services!)
- [Full OBDII Test Code Reader]----LAUNCH CRP123 scan tool supports all 10 modes of OBDII standard to ensure complete, accurate, system diagnosis. Read and Clear DTCs, do smog tests , I/M readiness and O2 sensor tests, Mode 06 EVAP system test, Mode 08 on-board test component test. And OBDII Code lookup tool and acronym database to assist and speed diagnosis and repair time.
- [Live Data Stream + Advanced OBDII Scanner + Lifetime Update]---- Launch crp123 scanner support for Generic OBDII Codes (P0, P2, P3 and U0); manufacturer specific codes (P1, P3 and U1); pending codes; freeze frame data; monitor and I/M readiness; live PCM stream data; graphing functionality for up to four (4) live data streams include the Engine Coolant Temperature, Long&Short Fuel Trim, the change of Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor , Throttle valve position , Generator load signal,Fuel Tank Pressure , Engine RPM, Intake Ait Temperature and so on; clears DTC codes and turns off the MIL; resets monitors; provides Data Link Connector (DLC) location hints.
- [Extensive Vehicle Coverage + 10 Languages]--The LAUNCH CRP123 reads data from ENGINE, TRANSMISSION, ABS and SRS systems from Asian, US and European manufacturers. Coverage includes for Suzuki, for Honda, for Mitsubishi, for Nissan, for Toyota,for Mazda, for Hyundai,for Kia, for Subaru,for Infiniti, for Lexus, for Acura, for Isuzu, for Ford, for GM, for Chrysler, for Benz, for BMW, for VW, for Opel, for Volvo, for Fiat,for Land Rover, for Seat, for Skoda, for Audi,for Porsche, for Saab, for Jaguar and many others. Support 10 different languages.
- ABS/SRS OBD2 Scanner > Enjoy this ABS OBD2 code reader to reveal exact issues underlying in your brake, airbag, and engine systems, test individual ABS/SRS sensors, valves, or solenoids to quickly locate malfunctions (compatible with GM, Nissan, Fiat, Benz, Volvo, Land Rover, BMW, USA Ford, please reach us for details.), making sure critical safety systems work in perfect harmony together against accidents to be safe than sorry. NOTE: Only support upgrade on windows.
- 3 Most Needed Service Functions > This OBD2 scanner guides you through step by step procedures to reset oil service light and programmed mileage intervals for engine efficiency (Oil Reset); to calibrate steering wheel position for vehicle’s traveling in a straight line (SAS Reset); to clear the original low battery fault information against coming battery failures or damage (BMS Reset); saving your needless visits to mechanics. NOTE: Not suitable for all models, please reach us for compatibility.
- Full OBD2 Diagnostics > Say goodbye to the hassle of manual check-ups via this srs code reader. Quickly correct Check Engine Light warning on most OBD2/CAN compatible vehicles. Easily access to your smog status with one simple click I/M Readiness; and being filled with features for live data readings, freeze frame data, plus EVAP system, onboard monitor test means this scan tool checks all daily car care boxes.
- Work Easier > Red-Yellow-Green LEDs in this OBD2 scanner quickly show the overall DTC status without toggling through menu selections. HELP hotkey takes you directly to detailed descriptions/tips. Read/Erase DTC, I/M readiness shortcuts are added for optimized operation, along with DTC Lookup library for interpreting codes, designing the SRS OBD2 code reader a pleasure to use right out of the package even for beginners.
- Helpful Service > Get instant, free lifetime access to the most recent updates to add new car models and troubleshooting bugs making the OBD2 scanner a long-term investment for any home mechanics. The extended 1 years of quality assurance sweetens the worry-free deal even further. Multilingual Menu: EN, FR, ES, DE, IT, RU, PT, and JP. NOTE: Only support upgrade on windows.
- [COMPATIBLE FOR BMW] - As what you've seen, we have a variety of OBD2 code readers compatible for BMW and MINI, C410 is one of the most cost-effective scan tools fit for BMW and MINI vehicle owners. C410 Supports most BMW and MINI after 2001. 1997-2004 cars need a 20 pin adaptor (not included).
- [FIT FOR BMW AND MINI] - Compatible ECU systems including Drive, Chassis and Body all system. Supported function including read and clear trouble codes, display live data stream, graph display, vehicle version information, clear adaptation, CBS reset and reset Engine oil.
- [EASY TO OPERATE] - C410 car diagnostic tool via 2.4" TFT 240K true color LCD display screen to indicates the test results , with the silicone keypad you can easy to access the each of menu options, Rugged drop-proof case Prevent falling, the menu layout on the screen is easy to understand and you will no trouble to figuring out how to do what you needed.
- [LIFETIME FREE UPDATE] - Many OBDII scanners for BMW require to pay an additional fee for new upgrades after the warranty period has expired. C410 supports lifetime free software upgrades, new parameters, functions and the latest vehicle data are constantly updated via the USB port over the Internet. Just a few easy steps, the scanner will always be up to date with the latest system within minutes.
- [ATTENTION PLEASE!!!] - Battery registration function does not support cars before 2004 and also does not support the E chassis (3 Series_E46, 5 Series_E39, 7 Series_E38, X3_E83, X5_E53, Z3_E36, Z4_E85/E86, MINI_R50/R51/R52/R53). For the above chassis models, you just need to replace the battery directly, because these models do not require battery registration. In addition, the battery registration function only for the same type and capacity battery. Inconsistent battery type or capacity can lead to registration failure.
- SRS Light Resetting: The SRS system air cushion light scan reset tool is designed to reset the dashboard SRS air cushion light in seconds for better car performance.
- Durable Materials: The SRS system scan reset tool is made from superior ABS plastic for maximum durability, high performance and stable characteristic.
- Professional Production: SRS system diagnostic tool has undergone extensive quality and safety testing to ensure longer service life and strong reliability.
- Fitment: Replacement for E36 316 THROUGH TO M3 SALOON, COUPE, COMPACT, CONVERTIBLE and TOURING, replacement for E34 ALL VARIANTS and much more.
- Practical Diagnostic Tool: Heavy duty SRS scan reset tool can help you read all SRS fault codes, tell you what the wrong is, and reset the problem automatically.
- [Newly Added 3 RESET FUNCTIONS] 2024 New Ver. scan tool CRP123X Elite ADDS NEW SPECIAL FUNCTIONS--Throttle Adaptation, Oil Reset, SAS Reset. Before the trip to the mechanic, the launch crp123x elite can do deeper diagnosis for the car system and react with accurate data in minutes. Just Update the software of your CRP123X scanner, and you’ll get this high-end function at no charge.
- [Accurate & Intuitive Multi System Diagnosis] Will you be confused about what happens when the warning light of transmission, ABS, and SRS Airbag check engine flashes? Launch obd2 scanner diagnostic tool CRP123X to pinpoint the problem components for a faster diagnosis for your car instead of taking your car to the dealership, and will turn off the warning light for you after fixing the problem, make to know more about your cars and do your own repair.
- [Multiple Display of Live Data + DTC Code Definition Explanation] Launch car tools show real-time data of oil temp, pressure, transmission temp, engine speed, coolant temperature, you will know which car part is abnormal. Data can be shown in a single, multi- graph, and merge two graphs for analysis（merge 4 PIDs in one). It’s convenient for car owners to purchase auto parts and replace it by yourself, 🔥Code Search,DTC Library provide massive information.
- [2024 New Processor, Lifetime Free Update] Faster! Stable! The CRP123X Elite car diagnostic scanner has a new processor, Android 7.0, 16GB of memory, 5-inch touchscreen (720P), 6100mAh rechargeable battery, One-touch Wi-Fi Lifetime Free update for more vehicle coverage, bug fixes, newly added parameters, and functionality to help you access, diagnose and fix more vehicles faster. SAVE AT LEAST $2000 PER YEAR.
- [Auto VIN Smart Diagnostic&Wide Range of Vehicle Supported] Launch scanner auto VIN technology allows you to get your VIN and vehicle info rapidly (vehicle make, model, and year info), no need to take time to find your VIN and input one by one (Some models need to type it in manually.)It has the newest car software. This car code reader supports vehicles like passenger cars, SUVs, minivans, 12V light-duty trucks, etc. produced by Asian, European, American, Indian, and more brands between 1996 and 2024.
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This supplement contains explanations and instructions for correctly operating the following systems. · Navigation System · Audio and Visual System · Handsfree System · APPS If your vehicle contains one of the systems above, be sure to check the contents of this supplement carefully. If you transfer the ownership of the vehicle to another person, make sure that this supplement is provided with the Owner’s Manual inside the vehicle. The information, specifications and illustrations in this supplement are valid at the time of publication. Fuji Heavy Industries reserves the right to change the specifications and design without prior notice, with no obligation to perform the same or equivalent changes to vehicles sold in the past. This Owner’s Manual supplement applies to all models, and describes all devices, including manufacturer-installed options. This means that information may be included about devices that are not installed in your vehicle. SUBARU STARLINK is the “in-car connectivity system” available on select Subaru vehicles. FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN is a registered trademark of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. ©Copyright 2015, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. Foreword 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 QUICK GUIDE 19 2 BASIC FUNCTION 37 3 AUDIO 53 4 PHONE 115 5 APPS 149 6 INFORMATION 165 7 SETTINGS 175 8 NAVIGATION SYSTEM (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) 197 9 Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM 247 10 APPENDIX/WHAT TO DO IF/ INDEX 273 *:Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. 1 QUICK GUIDE · BASIC FUNCTION. 20 · QUICK REFERENCE. 28 · NAVIGATION OPERATION. 29 · FUNCTION INDEX. 34 2 BASIC FUNCTION · BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION. 38 · REAR VIEW CAMERA. See vehicle Owner’s Manual 3 AUDIO · BASIC OPERATION. 54 · RADIO OPERATION. 60 · MEDIA OPERATION. 78 · AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS. 96 · SETUP. 99 · TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM. 102 4 PHONE · PHONE OPERATION. 116 · SETUP. 136 5 APPS · SUBARU STARLINK. 153 · MirrorLinkTM. 154 · ahaTM. 156 · Pandora®*. 162 6 INFORMATION · USEFUL INFORMATION. 166 7 SETTINGS · Bluetooth® SETTINGS. 176 · OTHER SETTINGS. 190 8 NAVIGATION SYSTEM (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) · NAVIGATION. 197 9 Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM · Siri. 248 · VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION. 251 · COMMAND LIST. 257 10 APPENDIX / WHAT TO DO IF / INDEX · MAP DATABASE INFORMATION AND UPDATES. 274 · TROUBLESHOOTING. 283 · ERROR MESSAGES. 289 · INDEX. 296 INTRODUCTION 2 INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION The symbols described below are found in this instruction manual as well as on the unit itself to insure its proper and safe usage and to prevent injury or damage to property. Make sure you understand the meaning of these symbols before reading the rest of this manual. READ FIRST We recommend that you wait until the positioning stabilizes before starting to drive. If you start to drive while the positioning is not complete, the indicated position may differ from the actual vehicle position. We recommend waiting until the GPS indicator displays before starting to drive. The screens shown in this manual may differ from the actual screens depending on the data type or when the map data was created. When maps are created, land surveys are conducted and information on road improvements and reopening is collected to provide the most accurate information possible. However, modifications to roads, place names and facilities may be carried out at any time. Consequently, we cannot guarantee that map data contains no errors in road positions, configuration and names, or in facility names. INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION 3 Information in this manual that must be observed for the unit, and information that is useful to know is indicated as follows. WARNING llThis sign indicates a situation in which incorrect handling through disregard of written information might result in death or serious personal injury. CAUTION llThis sign indicates a situation in which incorrect handling through disregard of written information might result in personal injury or damage to property. NOTE llUseful information for the user is described. llBe sure to read all materials such as manuals and warranties that come with the product. Fuji Heavy Industries is not responsible for problems that arise due to failure to follow these instructions. llChanges to product specifications may result in differences between the content of the manual and the features of the unit. SYMBOLS USED IN ILLUSTRATIONS Safety symbol The symbol of a circle with a slash through it means “Do not”, “Do not do this” or “Do not let this happen”. Arrows indicating operations Indicates the action (pushing, turning, etc.) used to operate switches and other devices. INTRODUCTION 4 PRECAUTIONS FOR USE WARNING llThe main unit requires a 12 V DC power supply. The main unit should not be installed in any vehicle which does not have a 12 V power system with a ground-connected negative side. An installation other than the one intended may cause severe damage to the main unit, and electric shock or serious injury to the users. llEven when using the route guidance of the navigation system, be sure to drive by following the actual traffic regulations. If you drive by following only the route guidance of the navigation system, you may violate the actual traffic regulations and cause a traffic accident. llTo ensure safety, the driver should not operate the navigation system while driving. Operating the navigation system while driving may result in an accidental steering wheel operation or otherwise cause an accident. Stop the vehicle before operating the navigation system. Also, do not watch the screen while driving because doing so may be dangerous (ETC). Inattention to road conditions ahead may result in an accident. llThe driver should not perform operations such as volume adjustment while driving. Inattention to road conditions ahead may result in an accident, so be sure to stop the vehicle in a safe place before performing the operation. llThe driver should not change discs while driving. Inattention to road conditions ahead may result in an accident, so be sure to stop the vehicle in a safe place before performing the operation. llThe driver should not perform operations such as adding a location or setting the memory while driving. Inattention to road conditions ahead may result in an accident, so be sure to stop the vehicle in a safe place before performing the operation. llBefore viewing a video, be sure to stop the vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking brake. To ensure safety, videos are not displayed during driving. llTo ensure safety, never operate a cell phone while driving. llDo not let foreign objects enter the disc slot or SD memory card slot. Doing so may result in a fire or electric shock. llDo not disassemble or modify the unit. Doing so may result in an accident, fire or electric shock. INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION 5 llDo not let water or foreign objects enter the internal parts of the unit. Doing so may result in smoke, fire or an electric shock. llDo not use the unit when it is malfunctioning, such as when the screen is not lit or no sound comes out. Doing so may result in an accident, fire or electric shock. llAlways replace fuses with fuses of the same specified capacity (amperage). Using a fuse with a higher capacity than the specification may result in a fire. llIf a foreign object or water enters the unit, smoke or a strange odor may be emitted. If such an abnormality occurs, stop using the unit immediately and contact your SUBARU dealer. An accident, fire or electric shock may result if you continue to use the unit under these conditions. llIn a thunderstorm, do not touch the antenna line or the unit. Lightning may cause an electric shock. llDo not park or stop in prohibited areas to use the unit. llIf direct sunlight shines into the vehicle, light may reflect off the product. Be very careful while driving. llNever use headphones or earphones while driving. Driving while not being able to hear sounds from outside the vehicle may result in a traffic accident. CAUTION llAlthough the unit can be used when the ignition switch is set to either “ACC” or “ON” position, to protect the battery, start the engine before using the unit. llDo not use the unit anywhere other than in a vehicle. Doing so may result in an electric shock or other injury. llWhile driving, keep the volume low enough for you to hear outside sounds. Driving while not being able to hear sounds from outside the vehicle may result in an accident. llBe careful of the volume when turning on the power. If a loud noise is emitted suddenly when you turn on the power, it may damage your hearing. llDo not apply a strong force to the display. Doing so may result in a malfunction. llDo not put your fingers or hands into the disc slot or SD memory card slot. Doing so may result in an injury. llDo not touch the hot parts of the unit. The hot parts may burn you. llDo not use while there is an abnormality such as sound breakup or distortion. Doing so may result in a fire. INTRODUCTION 6 llUsing the unit during extremely high or low temperature may result in mistaken operation or a malfunction. In particular, the temperature inside the vehicle can often rise to a high level during the summer. Cool the vehicle, for example by opening a window, before using the unit. llBe careful if metal or water enters the unit, or the unit is exposed to a strong impact, because it may result in a malfunction. llThe touch buttons on the display screen may not operate correctly if condensation forms inside them. If this happens, do not attempt to operate the switches until the condensation has disappeared. llIf juice or similar liquid is spilled on the display, wipe off immediately. Failure to do so may result in product malfunction. llThe screen is easily marked by fingerprints and tends to attracts dust, and should therefore be cleaned occasionally. When cleaning, turn off the power, and wipe lightly with a soft, dry cloth. To remove dirt, soak a soft cloth in neutral detergent and squeeze well before wiping. Do not use a wet floor-cloth, organic solvents (benzene, ethanol, thinner, etc.), acids, or alkalis. Using such agents will result in screen deterioration. Furthermore, do not hit the screen or rub it with hard objects. llAvoid touching the “SD memory card” terminals to prevent contamination. Doing so may cause card read failure. NOTE llFuji Heavy Industries is not responsible for any damages to the purchaser or third parties that occur from using the map data. llWe do not provide any replacements or refunds for any mistakes there may be in the map data displays or contents, such as misspelling, omissions or misaligned positions. llFuji Heavy Industries makes no guarantee that the functions included in the map data will be appropriate for the specific objectives of the purchaser. llFunctions that cannot be operated while driving have their colors toned down when the vehicle is being driven, and their operation is disabled. Touching a disabled switch may result in the display of an operation prohibited message on the screen. llDuring strong vibrations, such as when driving on a poor road surface, the unit may no longer be able to read the data from the disc or “SD memory card”, and it will not operate correctly. When the vibration lessens, normal operation will return after a short time. llImmediately after turning on the heater when the temperature is low, dew (water drops) may adhere to the lens of the CD reader (condensation). If this happens, leaving the unit for about an hour should remove the condensation and return the unit to normal operation. If the unit does not return to normal operation even after several hours, contact your SUBARU dealer. INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION 7 NOTE llWhen using the unit for the first time after purchase, or after the battery was removed for a long time, the current position may not be displayed correctly. Wait a short time until the GPS positioning corrects the displayed position. llThis device is precision-engineered equipment and the recorded data can be lost as a result of static electricity, electrical noise, vibration, or other influences. To protect the device against data loss, we recommend keeping a separate record of the data that you record after purchase. llNote that the following events are not covered by the warranty. • Corruption or loss of the data recorded on the “SD memory card” by the purchaser resulting from failure, incorrect operation or malfunction of the unit, or any problems associated with it, or due to the effects of electrical noise or other influences. • Corruption or loss of the map data or basic program stored in the “SD memory card” resulting from the incorrect use of the unit by the purchaser or a third party. • Corruption or loss of data recorded on the “SD memory card” by the purchaser resulting from the malfunction or repair of the unit. Note that by installing or using the unit, you are regarded as having consented to the points above. llThe screen may be adversely affected or disturbed by noise if electrical equipment that generates powerful electrical noise is used near the system. In such cases, keep the electrical equipment at a distance, or refrain from use. NOTE llThe display may appear brighter when the temperature is low, or immediately after starting the engine, however, this is a characteristic of the LED elements, and does not indicate a fault. The display will return to its original brightness when the vehicle cabin has warmed up. llWhen you look at the screen through polarized material such as polarized sunglasses, the screen may be dark and hard to see. If so, look at the screen from different angles, adjust the screen settings on the “Display Settings (Display Settings)” screen or take off your sunglasses. llIt may be difficult to view the screen if the display is exposed to sunlight from an awkward angle. llThe LCD screen may not function normally if covered with a protective film. Do not affix a protective film. llThe touch panel may function incorrectly or fail to respond if operated with objects other than fingers (nails, operation when wearing gloves, pens, etc.) llWhen inserting or removing CDs or SD cards, take care not to touch the touch panel. The touch panel will respond if inadvertently touched by hand. llIf the system functions unexpectedly such as an area other than the one touched being selected, or failure to respond when touched, there is a possibility that another finger or part of the hand is in contact with display. llScratches on the system panel surface are easily noticeable, and it should therefore be handled with care. INTRODUCTION 8 SAFETY INSTRUCTION (WITHOUT NAVIGATION FUNCTION) To use this system in the safest possible manner, follow all the safety tips shown below. Do not use any feature of this system to the extent it becomes a distraction and prevents safe driving. The first priority while driving should always be the safe operation of the vehicle. While driving, be sure to observe all traffic regulations. Prior to the actual use of this system, learn how to use it and become thoroughly familiar with it. Read the entire manual to make sure you understand the system. Do not allow other people to use this system until they have read and understood the instructions in this manual. For your safety, some functions may become inoperable when driving. Unavailable screen buttons are dimmed. WARNING llFor safety, the driver should not operate the system while he/ she is driving. Insufficient attention to the road and traffic may cause an accident. SAFETY INSTRUCTION (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) To use this system in the safest possible manner, follow all the safety tips shown below. This system is intended to assist in reaching the destination and, if used properly, can do so. The driver is solely responsible for the safe operation of your vehicle and the safety of your passengers. Do not use any feature of this system to the extent it becomes a distraction and prevents safe driving. The first priority while driving should always be the safe operation of the vehicle. While driving, be sure to observe all traffic regulations. INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION 9 Prior to the actual use of this system, learn how to use it and become thoroughly familiar with it. Read the entire manual to make sure you understand the system. Do not allow other people to use this system until they have read and understood the instructions in this manual. For your safety, some functions may become inoperable when driving. Unavailable screen buttons are dimmed. Only when the vehicle is not moving, can the destination and route selection be done. WARNING llFor safety, the driver should not operate the system while he/ she is driving. Insufficient attention to the road and traffic may cause an accident. llWhile driving, be sure to obey the traffic regulations and maintain awareness of the road conditions. If a traffic sign on the road has been changed, route guidance may not have the updated information such as the direction of a one way street. While driving, listen to the voice instructions as much as possible and glance at the screen briefly and only when it is safe. However, do not totally rely on voice guidance. Use it just for reference. If the system cannot determine the current position correctly, there is a possibility of incorrect, late, or non-voice guidance. The data in the system may occasionally be incomplete. Road conditions, including driving restrictions (no left turns, street closures, etc.) frequently change. Therefore, before following any instructions from the system, look to see whether the instruction can be done safely and legally. This system cannot warn about such things as the safety of an area, condition of streets, and availability of emergency services. If unsure about the safety of an area, do not drive into it. Under no circumstances is this system a substitute for the driver’s personal judgement. Use this system only in locations where it is legal to do so. Some states/provinces may have laws prohibiting the use of video and navigation screens next to the driver. INTRODUCTION 10 HOW TO READ THIS MANUAL No. Name Description Operational Outlines An outline of the operation is explained. Main Operations The steps of an operation are explained. Supplemental information Describes supplemental information relating to main operation. ●●When a panel button should be selected, button names are shown as . ●●When a touch button on the screen should be selected, button names are shown as . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Table of Contents 1 QUICK GUIDE BASIC FUNCTION. 20 OVERVIEW BUTTONS20 “HOME (HOME)” SCREEN.22 “APPS (APPS)” SCREEN.23 “INFO (INFO)” SCREEN24 SPLIT SCREEN25 STATUS DISPLAY26 QUICK REFERENCE. 28 “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” SCREEN.28 NAVIGATION OPERATION. 29 REGISTERING HOME (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION)29 OPERATION FLOW: GUIDING THE ROUTE (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION)31 SETTING HOME AS THE DESTINATION (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION)32 FUNCTION INDEX. 34 FUNCTION INDEX.34 2 BASIC FUNCTION BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 38 INITIAL SCREEN.38 ●● INITIAL SCREEN.38 LOADING AND UNLOADING A DISC.40 ●● LOADING A DISC.40 ●● UNLOADING A DISC.41 CONNECTING AND DISCONNECTING A USB MEMORY/ PORTABLE DEVICE41 ●● CONNECTING A DEVICE41 LOADING AND UNLOADING AN SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION)42 ●● LOADING AN SD CARD42 ●● UNLOADING AN SD CARD.43 TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES44 TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION.46 INFO SCREEN OPERATION.46 ●● REORDERING THE MENU ICONS.46 SPLIT SCREEN OPERATION47 ●● CUSTOMIZING THE SPLIT SCREEN.47 ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS/ LIST SCREEN OPERATION48 ●● ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS48 ●● LIST SCREEN OPERATION48 SCREEN ADJUSTMENT.50 ●● CHANGING BETWEEN DAY AND NIGHT MODE.52 12 3 AUDIO BASIC OPERATION 54 SOME BASICS.54 ●● TURNING THE SYSTEM ON AND OFF54 ●● SELECTING AN AUDIO SOURCE.55 ●● SOUND SETTINGS.56 ●● AUDIO SCREEN ADJUSTMENT.58 ●● VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM59 RADIO OPERATION 60 AM/FM RADIO.60 ●●OVERVIEW60 ●● PRESETTING A STATION.61 ●● SELECTING A STATION FROM THE LIST62 ●● RADIO BROADCAST DATA SYSTEM.62 ●● AVAILABLE HD Radio™ TECHNOLOGY64 ●● CACHING RADIO PROGRAMS67 SiriusXM® Satellite Radio.69 ●●OVERVIEW69 ●● HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO SiriusXM® Satellite Radio70 ●● DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID.73 ●● PRESETTING A CHANNEL.73 ●● CACHING RADIO PROGRAMS74 ●● REGISTERING A SMART FAVORITE CHANNEL75 ●● TuneStartTM FUNCTION.75 ●● TuneScanTM FUNCTION.76 ●● SEARCHING BY FEATURED FAVORITES.76 ●● SELECTING A CHANNEL FROM THE LIST76 ●● PRESERVING A MUSIC INFORMATION77 MEDIA OPERATION 78 CD.78 ●●OVERVIEW78 USB MEMORY.81 ●●OVERVIEW81 iPod84 ●●OVERVIEW84 SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION)87 ●●OVERVIEW87 Bluetooth AUDIO.91 ●●OVERVIEW91 ●● CONNECTING A Bluetooth DEVICE94 AUX94 ●●OVERVIEW94 AUDIO/VISUAL REMOTE CONTROLS 96 STEERING SWITCHES.96 SETUP 99 AUDIO SETTINGS.99 ●● AUDIO SETTINGS SCREEN.99 TIPS FOR OPERATING THE AUDIO/VISUAL SYSTEM. 102 OPERATING INFORMATION.102 ●● RADIO102 ●● CD PLAYER AND DISC.104 ●● USB MEMORY.107 ●● iPod107 ●● SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION)108 ●● FILE INFORMATION108 ●● TERMS.112 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 4 PHONE PHONE OPERATION (HANDS-FREE SYSTEM FOR CELLULAR PHONES) 116 QUICK REFERENCE.116 SOME BASICS.117 ●● REGISTERING/CONNECTING A Bluetooth PHONE118 ●● USING THE PHONE SWITCH/MICROPHONE.118 ●● VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM119 ●● ABOUT THE CONTACTS IN THE CONTACT LIST.120 ●●WHEN SELLING OR DISPOSING OF THE VEHICLE.120 CALLING ON THE Bluetooth PHONE121 ●● BY SPEED DIAL LIST122 ●● BY CALL HISTORY123 ●● BY CONTACTS LIST124 ●● BY DIAL PAD125 ●● BY OFF HOOK SWITCH125 ●● BY SPLIT SCREEN126 RECEIVING ON THE Bluetooth PHONE126 ●● INCOMING CALLS.126 TALKING ON THE Bluetooth PHONE127 ●● SENDING TONES128 ●● TRANSMIT VOLUME SETTING129 ●● INCOMING CALL WAITING.129 Bluetooth PHONE MESSAGE FUNCTION.130 ●● RECEIVING A MESSAGE131 ●● CHECKING MESSAGES.132 ●● REPLYING TO A MESSAGE (QUICK REPLY).133 ●● CALLING THE MESSAGE SENDER.134 SETUP 136 PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS.136 ●● PHONE/MESSAGE SETTINGS SCREEN 136 ●● “Sound Settings (Sound Settings)” SCREEN 137 ●● “Contact/Call History Settings (Contact/Call History Settings)” SCREEN 138 ●● “Messaging Settings (Messaging Settings)” SCREEN 145 ●● “Phone Display Settings (Phone Display Settings)” SCREEN 146 14 5 APPS BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION. 150 BEFORE USING THE APPLICATION.150 ●● SETTINGS REQUIRED TO USE THE APPLICATION151 ●● ABOUT APP-BASED CONNECTED CONTENT151 SUBARU STARLINK. 153 SUBARU STARLINK153 ●● DISPLAYING SUBARU STARLINK INFORMATION153 MirrorLink™ 154 MirrorLink™154 ●●OVERVIEW154 ahaTM by HARMAN 156 ahaTM by HARMAN156 ●●OVERVIEW156 ●● USING aha APPLICATION.158 Pandora®* 162 Pandora®*.162 ●●OVERVIEW162 6 INFORMATION USEFUL INFORMATION. 166 SiriusXM RADIO DATA SERVICE.166 ●● DISPLAYING SPORTS INFORMATION166 ●● DISPLAYING WEATHER INFORMATION.167 ●● DISPLAYING STOCKS INFORMATION171 ●● DISPLAYING FUEL INFORMATION (NOT AVAILABLE IN CANADA)172 7 SETTINGS Bluetooth® SETTINGS 176 REGISTERING/CONNECTING Bluetooth® DEVICE176 ●● REGISTERING A Bluetooth PHONE FOR THE FIRST TIME176 ●● REGISTERING A Bluetooth AUDIO DEVICE FOR THE FIRST TIME179 ●● PROFILES180 SETTING Bluetooth DETAILS181 ●● “Bluetooth Settings (Bluetooth Settings)” SCREEN.181 ●● REGISTERING A Bluetooth DEVICE.182 ●● DELETING A Bluetooth DEVICE183 ●● CONNECTING A Bluetooth DEVICE184 ●● EDITING THE Bluetooth DEVICE INFORMATION186 ●● “System Settings (System Settings)” SCREEN188 *:Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 OTHER SETTINGS 190 GENERAL SETTINGS.190 ●●GENERAL SETTINGS SCREEN.190 VOICE SETTINGS196 ●● VOICE SETTINGS SCREEN.196 8 NAVIGATION SYSTEM BASIC OPERATION 198 QUICK REFERENCE.198 ●●MAP SCREEN198 ●●MAP OPERATIONS.199 ●● NAVIGATION MENU201 ●● CHECK CURRENT POSITION202 MAP SCREEN OPERATION203 ●● CURRENT POSITION DISPLAY203 ●● SHOW MAP203 ●●MAP SCALE.204 ●●ORIENTATION OF THE MAP.205 ●● POSITION MARKER206 TRAFFIC INFORMATION206 ●● DISPLAYING TRAFFIC INFORMATION206 DESTINATION SEARCH. 207 DESTINATION SEARCH SCREEN207 SEARCH OPERATION.208 ●● SETTING HOME AS DESTINATION209 ●● SEARCHING BY FIND ADDRESS.209 ●● SEARCHING BY FIND PLACES212 ●● SEARCHING BY FIND ON MAP216 ●● SEARCHING BY FAVORITES.216 ●● SEARCHING FROM A FREQUENTLY USED DESTINATION (SMART HISTORY)217 ●● SEARCHING FROM HISTORY217 ●● SEARCHING BY COORDINATES.217 OTHER SEARCH OPERATION.218 ●● SEARCHING BY WHERE AM I?218 STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE219 ●● STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE219 ●● DISPLAYING ROUTE SIMULATION219 ●● CANCELING ROUTE.220 16 ROUTE GUIDANCE. 221 ROUTE GUIDANCE SCREEN.221 ●● SCREEN FOR ROUTE GUIDANCE221 ●● STANDARD MAP ICON.221 ●● DATA FIELDS.222 ●● ROUTE OVERVIEW.223 ●● LANE INFORMATION AND SIGNS223 ●● HIGHWAY SERVICES224 ●● JUNCTION DISPLAY.225 TYPICAL VOICE GUIDANCE PROMPTS.225 ROUTE RELATED FUNCTIONS226 ●● DISPLAYING CHANGE ROUTE226 ●● EDITING ROUTE.227 ●● ADDING DESTINATIONS227 ●● REORDERING DESTINATIONS227 ●● DELETING DESTINATIONS228 ●● SETTING ROUTE PREFERENCES228 ●● AVOIDANCES SETTING230 ●● CHANGING ROUTE230 ●● SETTING A NEW STARTING POINT.231 ●● CREATING A ROUTE.232 ●● ROUTE ALTERNATIVES233 MEMORY POINTS. 234 MEMORY POINTS SETTINGS234 ●● SETTING UP HOME234 ●● SAVING DESTINATIONS.235 SETUP 236 NAVIGATION SETTINGS.236 ●●OPTIONAL FUNCTIONS.236 TIPS FOR THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM 244 GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM).244 ●● REGARDING ERRORS IN CURRENT POSITION DISPLAY.244 ●● LIMITATIONS OF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM.244 MAP DATA246 ●● REGARDING ROADS AND PLACE NAME DATA.246 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 17 9 Siri/VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM Siri 248 Siri®.248 ●● BEFORE USING Siri248 ●● USING Siri249 ●● Siri OPERATION249 VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION 251 VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM251 ●● USING THE VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM251 ●● VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM OPERATION252 ●● CASUAL SPEECH RECOGNITION.255 COMMAND LIST. 257 10 APPENDIX/WHAT TO DO IF/INDEX MAP DATABASE INFORMATION AND UPDATES 274 CERTIFICATION 277 CERTIFICATION277 ●● SiriusXM® Satellite Radio.277 ●● SiriusXM DATA SERVICE277 ●● RADIO WAVE COMMUNICATIONS.277 ●●Gracenote.279 ●● Bluetooth280 ●●microSDHC280 ●● iPod281 ●●MirrorLinkTM281 ●● Pandora281 ●●Google281 HOW TO GET THE SOURCE CODE USING THE OPEN SOURCE 282 WHAT TO DO IF 283 TROUBLESHOOTING.283 ●● RADIO OPERATION283 ●● PHONE.284 ERROR MESSAGES. 289 INDEX 296 MEMO 18 19 QUICK GUIDE 1 1 BASIC FUNCTION 20 BASIC FUNCTION OVERVIEW BUTTONS XXWithout navigation function XXWith navigation function No. Function Page By touching the screen with your finger, you can control the selected functions. 44, 46 Insert a disc into this slot. The CD player turns on immediately. 40 Turn the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob to select a radio station or skip to the next or previous track/file. 60, 69, 78, 81, 84, 87, 91, 156 Press the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob to access the audio/visual screen. The audio/visual system displays the “Select Audio Source (Select Audio Source)” screen or the last mode used. 55 Press and hold the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob to display the split screen. 25 Select to display the “INFO (INFO)” screen. 24 BASIC FUNCTION 21 1 QUICK GUIDE No. Function Page Select or to seek up or down for a radio station or to access a desired track/file. Press and hold or to continuously seek for a radio station, or to fast forward/rewind files or tracks. 60, 69, 78, 81, 84, 87, 91, 156, 162 Select to display the “APPS (APPS)” screen. 23 *1 Select to access the Bluetooth handsfree system. 116 Select to display the “HOME (HOME)” screen. 22 Press the “POWER/VOLUME” knob to turn the audio system on and off, and turn it to adjust the volume. Press and hold to turn the screen off. 54 Press to eject a disc. 41 No. Function Page *2 *3 microSD card slot*4 Open the cover and insert an SD card into this slot. 42 *2 *3 Select to display the navigation screen (while the map SD card is inserted). 198 *1: Without navigation function *2: With navigation function *3: An “Unable to read the map SD data. Check the map SD. If necessary, consult your dealer.” message appears if the map SD card is not inserted, or if an SD card containing no map data is inserted. *4: In this manual, microSD card is now referred to as SD card. BASIC FUNCTION 22 “HOME (HOME)” SCREEN Select to display the “HOME (HOME)” screen. No. Function Page * Select to display the map screen. 198 Select to display the audio control screen. 55 Select to display the hands-free operation screen. 116 Select to display the “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” screen. 28 Select to display the “INFO (INFO)” screen. 24 Select to display the “APPS (APPS)” screen. 23 *: With navigation function BASIC FUNCTION 23 1 QUICK GUIDE “APPS (APPS)” SCREEN Select , or select and then select APPS (APPS), to display the “APPS (APPS)” screen. No. Function Page Select to display the “SUBARU STARLINK disclaimer (SUBARU STARLINK disclaimer)” screen. 153 Select to display the “MirrorLink™ (MirrorLink™)” screen. 154 Select to display the “Pandora (Pandora)*” screen. 162 Select to display the “aha (aha)” screen. 156 *: Pandora is a registered trademark of Pandora Media, Inc. Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. BASIC FUNCTION 24 “INFO (INFO)” SCREEN This screen can be used to display sports information and photos, etc. Select , or select and then select INFO (INFO), to display the “INFO (INFO)” screen. No. Function Page Select to display sports information. 166 Select to display weather information. 167 Select to display stocks information. 171 *1 Select to display fuel information. 172 Select to reorder the menu icons. 46 *2 Select to view pictures in the SD card. 87 Select to view pictures in the USB memory connected to USB port 2. 81 Select to view pictures in the USB memory connected to USB port 1. 81 *1: Service is not available in Canada. *2: With navigation function BASIC FUNCTION 25 1 QUICK GUIDE SPLIT SCREEN Press and hold the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob, to display the split screen. The split screen can display two information screens simultaneously, such as the audio system screen and hands-free screen or the hands-free screen and navigation* screen. When hands-free mode is selected, it is possible to make a call on the home screen if the desired telephone number is registered to one of the 4 displayed buttons. In order to register the contact, select and hold the desired button and register the desired contact by obey displayed messages on the screen. (→P.126) *: With navigation function When a screen is selected, the selected screen is switched to a full-screen display. The split screen can be set to a twoway split screen. For details about setting the split screen: →P.47 No. Function Page Select to display the “Customize Split Screen (Customize Split Screen)” screen. 47 BASIC FUNCTION 26 STATUS DISPLAY The status of the Bluetooth connection and so on is displayed on the screen. No. Indicators Conditions This icon is displayed when a disc has been inserted. This icon is displayed when audio is off or the steering switch is pressed. No. Indicators Conditions This icon is displayed when the Bluetooth connection is established. An antenna for the Bluetooth connection is built into the instrument panel. The condition of the Bluetooth connection may deteriorate and the system may not function when a Bluetooth device is used in the following conditions and/or places: The Bluetooth device is obstructed by certain objects (such as when it is behind the seat or in the glove box or console box). The Bluetooth device is touching or is covered with metal materials. Leave the Bluetooth device in a place where the condition of the Bluetooth connection is good. The level of reception Poor Excellent The level of reception does not always correspond with the level displayed on the cellular phone. The level of reception may not be displayed depending on the phone you have. “Rm” is displayed when receiving in a roaming area. While roaming, display “Rm” top-left on the icon. The receiving area may not be displayed depending on the type of phone you have. BASIC FUNCTION 27 1 QUICK GUIDE No. Indicators Conditions The amount of battery charge left Low Full The amount displayed does not always correspond with the amount displayed on the Bluetooth device. The amount of battery charge left may not be displayed depending on the type of the Bluetooth device connected. QUICK REFERENCE 28 QUICK REFERENCE “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” SCREEN The items shown on the “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” screen can be set. Select and then select SETTINGS (SETTINGS) to display the “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” screen. No. Function Page Select to turn the screen off. – Select to change the selected language, operation sound, automatic screen change settings, etc. 190 Select to customize the split screen. 47 Select to specify voice settings. 196 Select to specify audio settings. 99 Select to specify phone sound, contacts, message settings, etc. 136 Select to set Bluetooth phones and Bluetooth audio devices. 181 Select to adjust the brightness, contrast, tone and color of the screens. 50 NAVIGATION OPERATION 29 1 QUICK GUIDE NAVIGATION OPERATION REGISTERING HOME (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) 1. Select , or select and then select MAP (MAP). 2. Select Menu (Menu). 3. Select Destination (Destination). 4. Select Go Home (Go Home). 5. Select Yes (Yes). NAVIGATION OPERATION 30 6. Select Find on Map (Find on Map). 7. Select Select (Select). 8. Select OK (OK). ●●Registration of home is complete. XXRegistering home in a different way →P.234 XXSetting home as the destination →P.32 NAVIGATION OPERATION 31 1 QUICK GUIDE OPERATION FLOW: GUIDING THE ROUTE (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) 1. Select , or select and then select MAP (MAP). 2. Select Menu (Menu). 3. Select Destination (Destination). 4. There are different kinds of methods to search for a destination. (→P.207) 5. Select Next (Next). NAVIGATION OPERATION 32 6. Select Go! (Go!). ●●Guidance to the destination is displayed on the screen and can be heard via voice guidance. SETTING HOME AS THE DESTINATION (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) 1. Select , or select and then select MAP (MAP). 2. Select Menu (Menu). NAVIGATION OPERATION 33 1 QUICK GUIDE 3. Select Destination (Destination). 4. Select Go Home (Go Home). 5. Select Next (Next). 6. Select Go! (Go!). ●●Guidance to the destination is displayed on the screen and can be heard via voice guidance. FUNCTION INDEX 34 FUNCTION INDEX FUNCTION INDEX XXAudio Function Page Using the radio 60, 69 Playing an audio CD or MP3/WMA/AAC disc 78 Playing an SD*1 card 87 Playing a USB memory 81 Playing an iPod® 84 Playing a Bluetooth device 91 Using the aha application 156 Using the AUX port 94 Using the MirrorLinkTM application 154 Using the Pandora®*2 application 162 Using the steering wheel audio switches 96 Audio system settings 99 *1: With navigation function *2: Pandora is available in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. XXMap* *: With navigation function Displaying maps Page Viewing the map screen 198 Displaying the current position 203 Changing the scale 204 Changing the map orientation 205 Displaying the estimated travel/arrival time to the destination 222 Displaying traffic information 206 Searching for destinations Page Searching for the destination 208 FUNCTION INDEX 35 1 QUICK GUIDE XXRoute guidance* *: With navigation function Before starting or during route guidance Page Starting route guide 219 Editing the route 227 Viewing the entire route map 223 Adjusting route guidance volume 196 Deleting the destination 228 XXUseful functions Hands-free system (for cellular phone) Page Registering/connecting Bluetooth phone 176 Making a call on a Bluetooth phone 121 Receiving a call on the Bluetooth phone 126 Voice recognition system Page Operating the system with your voice 251 MEMO 36 37 BASIC FUNCTION 2 2 BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 38 BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION INITIAL SCREEN INITIAL SCREEN WARNING llWhen the vehicle is stopped with the engine running, always apply the parking brake for safety. 1. When the ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position, the initial screen will be displayed and the system will begin operating. ●●After a few seconds, the “CAUTION (CAUTION)” screen will be displayed. 2. Select I Agree (I Agree). ●●After about 5 seconds, the “CAUTION (CAUTION)” screen automatically switches to the next screen. ●●With navigation function: Select Language (Language) to select a language. XXWith navigation function 3. Select Accept (Accept). ●●Confirm the end-user license agreement. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 39 BASIC FUNCTION 2 4. Select Next (Next). ●●The “Configuration Wizard (Configuration Wizard)” starts. 5. Select the desired language and narrator. Select Next (Next) to continue. ●●When the “TTS Voice (TTS Voice)” mode is selected, the voice control navigation and street guidance can be used. These functions cannot be used when the “Natural Voice (Natural Voice)” mode is selected. ●●You can change this at any time from “Sound and Warnings (Sound and Warnings)” settings. (→P.238) 6. Change the unit settings if necessary. Select Next (Next) to continue. ●●You can change this at any time from “Units and Formats (Units and Formats)”. (→P.241) 7. Change the initial route plan settings if necessary. Select Next (Next) to continue. ●●You can change this at any time from “Route Settings (Route Settings)”. (→P.228) BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 40 8. Select Finish (Finish). ●●After setting up, you can run the “Configuration Wizard (Configuration Wizard)” at any time from the “Settings (Settings)” menu. (→P.237) LOADING AND UNLOADING A DISC LOADING A DISC CAUTION llNever try to disassemble or oil any part of the CD player. Do not insert anything other than a disc into the slot. 1. Insert a disc into the disc slot. ●●After insertion, the disc is automatically loaded. NOTE llCompatible Disc: →P.104 llWhen inserting a disc, gently insert the disc with the label facing up. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 41 BASIC FUNCTION 2 UNLOADING A DISC 1. Press and remove the disc. NOTE llDiscs can be unloaded even when the engine switch is turned off. CONNECTING AND DISCONNECTING A USB MEMORY/ PORTABLE DEVICE CONNECTING A DEVICE The device slot is located in the center at the bottom of the instrument panel or inside the center console box. ●●Turn on the power of the device if it is not turned on. NOTE llCompatible USB memory: →P.107 llCompatible iPod: →P.107 llThis unit does not support commercially available USB hubs. llBy connecting a device such as a cellular phone, charging starts depending on the device. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 42 LOADING AND UNLOADING AN SD CARD (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) LOADING AN SD CARD CAUTION llPosition the SD card with the “▲” mark at the far end and insert it until it clicks into place. When contact is made with the stopper inside, the card cannot be inserted any further. Do not try to forcibly push the card. llDo not insert anything other than an SD card into the slot. llDo not pull the SD card slot cover with force. By doing so, the SD card slot cover may come off, or be damaged. If the SD card slot cover comes off, it can be reattached by inserting the cover clip into the hole. llAvoid touching the SD card terminals to prevent contamination. Doing so may cause card read failure. 1. Turn the ignition switch to the “OFF” position. 2. Open the SD card slot cover. 3. Insert the SD card. ●●Make sure that the SD card is fully inserted. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 43 BASIC FUNCTION 2 4. Close the SD card slot cover. NOTE llCompatible SD card: →P. 108 llYou can enjoy music/video by inserting an SD card containing audio files and/or video files. (→P.87) llYou can preview images, play a slideshow, (→P.87) or set an image as the screen off images (→P.192) by inserting an SD card containing image data. UNLOADING AN SD CARD CAUTION llWhen removing an SD card from the unit, pull it out horizontally. Do not pull it out upward or downward with force. Doing so may damage the SD card. llDo not remove an SD card during playback. Doing so may corrupt the data. Please understand that no compensation will be given for corrupted data. llDo not pull the SD card slot cover with force. By doing so, the SD card slot cover may come off, or be damaged. If the SD card slot cover comes off, it can be reattached by inserting the cover clip into the hole. llAvoid touching the SD card terminals to prevent contamination. Doing so may cause card read failure. NOTE llThe system is reset and the initial screen appears if the map SD card is removed during use, however, this is not a malfunction. The map screen appears again approximately 7 seconds after reinserting the map SD card. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 44 1. Turn the ignition switch to the “OFF” position. 2. Open the SD card slot cover. 3. Remove the SD card. ●●Press in the SD card until you hear it “click”, let go of the card, and then pull it straight out. 4. Close the SD card slot cover. TOUCH SCREEN GESTURES Operations are performed by touching the touch screen directly with your finger. Operation method Outline Main use Touch Quickly touch and release once. Changing and selecting various settings Double Touch with one finger*1 Quickly touch and release twice with one finger. Enlarging the scale of the map screen Double Touch with two fingers*1 Quickly touch and release twice with two fingers. Reducing the scale of the map screen BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 45 BASIC FUNCTION 2 Operation method Outline Main use Drag*2 Touch the screen with your finger, and move the screen to the desired position. • Scrolling the lists • Scrolling the map screen*1 Flick*2 Quickly move the screen by flicking with your finger. • Scrolling the main screen page • Scrolling the map screen*1 Pinch*1 Move your two fingers further apart (pinchout) to zoom in the map. Move your two fingers closer together (pinch-in) to zoom out the map. Changing the scale of the map screen Operation method Outline Main use Rotate*1 To change the map direction, rotate with two fingers touching the screen. Changing the horizontal display angle of the map. *1: With navigation function *2: The above operations may not be performed on all screens. NOTE llFlick operations may not be performed smoothly in high altitudes. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 46 TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION This system is operated mainly by the buttons on the screen. (Referred to as screen buttons in this manual.) ●●When a screen button is touched, a beep sounds. The beep sound can be turned on or off. (→P.190) CAUTION llTo prevent damaging the screen, lightly touch the screen buttons with your finger. llDo not use objects other than your finger to touch the screen. llWipe off fingerprints using a glass cleaning cloth. Do not use chemical cleaners to clean the screen, as they may damage the touch screen. NOTE llIf the system does not respond to touching a screen button, move your finger away from the screen and then touch it again. llDimmed screen buttons cannot be operated. llThe displayed image may become darker and moving images may be slightly distorted when the screen is cold. llIn extremely cold conditions, the map may not be displayed and the data input by a user may be deleted. Also, the screen buttons may be harder than usual to depress. llWhen is displayed on the screen, select to return to the previous screen. INFO SCREEN OPERATION REORDERING THE MENU ICONS Order of the menu icons can be changed. 1. Display the “INFO (INFO)” screen. (→P.24) 2. Select Reorder (Reorder). 3. Select the desired menu icon to be moved. 4. Select or to move the menu icon, and then select OK (OK). BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 47 BASIC FUNCTION 2 SPLIT SCREEN OPERATION The split screen can display multiple information screens, such as the audio system screen and hands-free screen, simultaneously. The following describes screen operation for the system with navigation function. 1. Press and hold the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob. 2. Split screen is displayed. ●●When a screen is selected, the selected screen will change to a full-screen display. CUSTOMIZING THE SPLIT SCREEN The display items/area on the split screen can be changed. XXFrom the split screen 1. Select . XXFrom the “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” screen 1. Select Split Screen (Split Screen) on the “SETTINGS (SETTINGS)” screen. (→P.28) 2. Select the desired area. 3. Select the desired item. 4. Select OK (OK). NOTE llWhen the selected item is already being displayed and another area is selected for that item, the item that it is replacing will be displayed in the original item’s location. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 48 ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS/LIST SCREEN OPERATION ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS When searching by an address, name, etc., or entering data, letters and numbers can be entered via the screen. No. Function Select to enter desired characters. Text field. Entered character(s) will be displayed. Select to erase one character. Select and hold to continue erasing characters. Select to display the alphabet keys. Select to display other symbols. ●●On certain letter entry screens, letters can be entered in upper or lower case. • : Select to enter in lower case. • : Select to enter in upper case. ●●Keyboard layout can be changed. (→P.190) ●●The appearance of the keyboard may change or the input method may be limited depending on the circumstances where the software keyboard is displayed. LIST SCREEN OPERATION When a list is displayed, use the appropriate screen button to scroll through the list. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 49 BASIC FUNCTION 2 Icon Function Select to skip to the next or previous page. Select and hold or to scroll through the displayed list. If appears to the right of an item name, the complete name is too long to display. Select to scroll to the end of the name. Select to move to the beginning of the name. SELECTING ALL ITEMS Some lists contain Select All (Select All). If Select All (Select All) is selected, it is possible to select all items. 1. Select Select All (Select All). ●● Unselect All (Unselect All): Unselect all items in the list. CHARACTER JUMP BUTTONS IN LISTS Some lists contain character screen buttons, ABC (ABC), DEF (DEF) etc., which allow a direct jump to list entries that begin with the same letter as the character screen button. 1. Select the desired character jump buttons. NOTE llEvery time the same character screen button is selected, the list starting with the subsequent character is displayed. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 50 SORTING (WITH NAVIGATION FUNCTION) The order of a list displayed on the screen can be sorted in the order of name, distance, detour, etc. 1. Select More (More). 2. Select the desired sorting criteria. SCREEN ADJUSTMENT The brightness, contrast, tone and color of the screen can be adjusted. 1. Select . 2. Select SETTINGS (SETTINGS). 3. Select Display (Display). 4. Select the items to be set. BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 51 BASIC FUNCTION 2 No. Function Select to adjust the general screen display. Select to adjust the camera display. Select to adjust the video display. 5. Select the desired item to be adjusted. XXGeneral XXCamera XXVideo (USB video/SD video*) *: With navigation function Screen button Function “Brightness (Brightness)” Select to darken the screen. Select to brighten the screen. “Contrast (Contrast)” Select to weaken the contrast of the screen. Select to strengthen the contrast of the screen. “Tone (Tone)” Select to weaken the tone of the screen. Select to strengthen the tone of the screen. “Color (Color)” R (R) Select to strengthen the red color of the screen. G (G) Select to strengthen the green color of the screen. 6. Select OK (OK). BASIC INFORMATION BEFORE OPERATION 52 CHANGING BETWEEN DAY AND NIGHT MODE Depending on the position of the headlight switch, the screen changes to day or night mode. NOTE llIf the screen is set to day mode with the headlight switch turned on, this condition is memorized even with the engine turned off. 53 AUDIO 3 3 BASIC OPERATION 54 BASIC OPERATION SOME BASICS This section describes some of the basic features of the audio/visual system. Some information may not pertain to your system. Your audio/visual system works when the ignition switch is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position. CAUTION llTo prevent the battery from being discharged, do not leave the audio/visual system on longer than necessary when the engine is not running. TURNING THE SYSTEM ON AND OFF “POWER/VOLUME” knob: Press to turn the audio/visual system on and off. The system turns on in the last mode used. Turn this knob to adjust the volume. “AUDIO/TUNE” knob: Press to display screen buttons for the audio/visual system. ●●A function that enables automatic return to the split screen from the audio/visual screen can be selected. (→P.190) BASIC OPERATION 55 AUDIO 3 SELECTING AN AUDIO SOURCE 1. Press the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob. ●●The screen can also be displayed by selecting followed by AUDIO (AUDIO). ●●If the audio control screen appears, select Source (Source) on the audio screen or press the “AUDIO/ TUNE” knob again. 2. Select the desired source. NOTE llWhen there are two pages, select or to change the page. REORDERING THE AUDIO SOURCE 1. Display the “Select Audio Source (Select Audio Source)” screen. (→P.55) 2. Select Reorder (Reorder). 3. Select the desired audio source then or to reorder. 4. Select OK (OK). BASIC OPERATION 56 SOUND SETTINGS The following sound quality can be adjusted. BALANCE: A good balance of the left and right stereo channels and of the front and rear sound levels is also important. Keep in mind that when listening to a stereo recording or broadcast, changing the right/left balance will increase the volume of 1 group of sounds while decreasing the volume of another. EQUALIZER: Equalizer curves set beforehand to match sound quality can be selected, and curves can be set to your favorite music by adjusting them individually over low to high bands. 1. Select Sound (Sound) on the audio control screen. 2. Select the desired screen button. No. Function Select to adjust the sound balance between the front and rear speakers. Select to adjust the sound balance between the left and right speakers. Select to adjust the sound quality. (→P.57) Select to reset the adjusted sound quality. Select to change to sound quality appropriate for the music (POP, ROCK, JAZZ) type. 3. Select . BASIC OPERATION 57 AUDIO 3 ADJUSTING THE SOUND QUALITY You can adjust the sound quality from the low band to the high band. nnADJUSTING THE SOUND QUALITY 1. On the sound settings screen, select Adjust (Adjust) in “EQ Settings (EQ Settings)”. 2. Select the sound band that you want to adjust. 3. Select or . ●●You can also adjust to the desired level by touching the screen. ●●To reset the sound quality, select FLAT (FLAT). nnSAVING THE SOUND QUALITY You can save the adjusted sound quality settings. 1. Adjust the sound quality. 2. Select EQ1 (EQ1) or EQ2 (EQ2) for 2 seconds or more. ●●Values cannot be saved for FLAT (FLAT). nnUSING A PRESET SOUND QUALITY 1. Select EQ1 (EQ1) or EQ2 (EQ2) to activate the corresponding preset sound quality. ●●To reset the sound quality, select FLAT (FLAT). ●●This function can also be used at the “EQ Settings (EQ Settings)”. nnRESETTING THE EQ CURVE You can return the adjusted value for the currently stored equalizer to its initial value. 1. Select and hold FLAT (FLAT) for 2 seconds or more. ●●The adjusted values for the stored EQ1 (EQ1) and EQ2 (EQ2) are returned to their initial values. BASIC OPERATION 58 AUDIO SCREEN ADJUSTMENT The screen size can be selected for each type of media. XXUSB video/SD video* *: With navigation function 1. Select on the audio control screen. 2. Select Screen Format (Screen Format). 3. Select the desired item to be adjusted. No. Function Select to display a screen with either side in black. Select to enlarge the image horizontally to full screen. Select to enlarge the image by the same ratio horizontally and vertically. XXMirrorLinkTM 1. Select Screen Format (Screen Format) on the application list screen. 2. Select the desired item to be adjusted. No. Function Select to display a screen surrounded by black on all four sides. Select to enlarge the image horizontally and vertically to full screen. Select to enlarge the image horizontally or vertically. NOTE llThe brightness, contrast, tone and color of the audio screen can be changed. (→P.50) BASIC OPERATION 59 AUDIO 3 VOICE RECOGNITION SYSTEM 1. Press this switch to operate the voice recognition system. XXType A XXType B ●●The voice recognition system and its list of commands can be operated. (→P.251) RADIO OPERATION 60 RADIO OPERATION AM/FM RADIO OVERVIEW Select AM (AM) or FM (FM) on the “Select Audio Source (Select Audio Source)” screen. (→P.55) XXControl panel No. Function Turn to adjust volume. Press to turn the audio system on/off. Turn to step up/down frequencies. Press to select an audio mode. No. Function Select to seek for a station/channel. Select and hold for continuous seek. XXControl screenNo. Function Select to scroll the list of preset buttons. Select to display the option screen. RADIO OPERATION 61 AUDIO 3 No. Function Select to display the audio source selection screen. Select to display the cache radio operation buttons. (→P.67) Select to display the sound setting screen. (→P.56) Select to display a list of receivable stations/channels. Select to scan for receivable stations/channels. HD Radio only: Select to store information of the audio currently being broadcast on the radio. (→P.66) Select to tune to a preset station/channel. Select to turn HD Radio mode on/off. When the HD Radio indicator is off, the station list shows only analog broadcasts. Select to display the additional text information. Analog FM only: Select to display RBDS text messages. NOTE llThe radio automatically changes to stereo reception when a stereo broadcast is received. llThe radio automatically blends to an HD Radio signal in AM or FM where available. PRESETTING A STATION Radio mode has a mix preset function, which can store up to 36 stations from any of the AM, FM or SiriusXM Satellite Radio bands. 1. Tune in the desired station. 2. Select (add new) ((add new)). ●●To change the preset station to a different one, select and hold the preset station. 3. Select Yes (Yes) on the confirmation screen. 4. Select OK (OK) after setting the new preset station. NOTE llThe number of preset radio stations displayed on the screen can be changed. (→P.100) RADIO OPERATION 62 SELECTING A STATION FROM THE LIST A station list can be displayed. 1. Select . 2. FM radio only: Select the desired program genre. 3. Select the desired station and then select OK (OK). RADIO BROADCAST DATA SYSTEM This audio system is equipped with Radio Broadcast Data Systems (RBDS). RBDS mode allows text messages to be received from radio stations that utilize RBDS transmitters. When RBDS is on, the radio can — only select stations of a particular program type, — display messages from radio stations, — search for a stronger signal station. RBDS features are available only when listening to an FM station that broadcasts RBDS information and the FM Info (FM Info) indicator is on. RADIO OPERATION 63 AUDIO 3 SELECTING A DESIRED GENRE 1. Select . 2. FM radio only: Select a desired genre of station and select a desired station. ●●The genre list is in the following order: • Classical • Country • Easy Listening • Information • Jazz • News • Oldies • Other • Pop Music • Religion • Rock • R&B • Sports • Talk • Traffic (Not available when HD Radio indicator is off.) • Alert (Emergency Alert) REFRESHING THE STATION LIST 1. Select Refresh (Refresh) on the station list screen and the following screen will be displayed. ●● Cancel Refresh (Cancel Refresh): Select to cancel the refresh. ●● Source (Source): Select to change to another audio source while refreshing. NOTE llThe audio system sound is muted during refresh operation. llIn some situations, it may take some time to update the station list. RADIO OPERATION 64 TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT (FM RADIO) A station that regularly broadcasts traffic information is automatically located. 1. Select . 2. Select Traffic (Traffic). 3. Select the desired traffic program station. NOTE llIf a traffic program station is found, the name of the traffic program station will be displayed for a while. AVAILABLE HD Radio™ TECHNOLOGY RADIO OPERATION 65 AUDIO 3 HD Radio Technology manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corporation. U.S. and Foreign Patents. HD Radio™ and the HD, HD Radio, and “Arc” logos are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp. HD Radio™ Technology is the digital evolution of analog AM/FM radio. Your radio product has a special receiver which allows it to receive digital broadcasts (where available) in addition to the analog broadcasts it already receives. Digital broadcasts have better sound quality than analog broadcasts as digital broadcasts provide free, crystal clear audio with no static or distortion. For more information, and a guide to available radio stations and programming, refer to www.hdradio.com. MULTICAST On the FM radio frequency most digital stations have “multiple” or supplemental programs on one FM station. 1. Select the HD) . ●●Each time the HD) is selected, the channel is changed. ●●Turning the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob can also select the desired multicast channel. ●●Digital, CD-quality sound. HD Radio Technology enables local radio stations to broadcast a clean digital signal. AM sounds like today’s FM and FM sounds like a CD. RADIO OPERATION 66 ●●FM stations can provide additional digital-only audio programming on HD2/HD3 Channels. PRESERVING A MUSIC INFORMATION Tag information in the music broadcasting is preserved in the system and transmits to an iPod. 1. Select Tag (Tag) to bookmark the music information. 2. Connect an iPod. (→P.41) ●●Turn on the power of the iPod if it is not turned on. ●●Once an iPod is connected, the music tag moves from the radio into the iPod. ●●When the iPod is connected to iTunes, the “tagged” information of the songs which were tagged while listening to the radio can be viewed. Then a user may decide to purchase the song or CD/Album which had been listened to on their radio. ●●Up to 50 items of tag information can be stored. NOTE llThe tag information can not be preserved while scanning or caching the radio station. llIf tagging the music information fails, “Saving the HD Radio tag was unsuccessful. (Saving the HD Radio tag was unsuccessful.)” will be displayed on the screen. If this occurs, tag the information again. llHD Radio™ stations can be preset. llAn orange HD) will be displayed on the screen when in digital. The HD) will first appear in a gray color indicating the station is indeed (an analog and) a digital station. Once the digital signal is acquired, the logo will change to a bright orange color. llThe song title and artist name will appear on the screen when available by the radio station. The radio station can send album pictures when available. llAs a user works through the analog radio stations, (where applicable) the radio receiver will automatically tune from an analog signal to a digital signal within 5 seconds. RADIO OPERATION 67 AUDIO 3 ●●Program Service Data: Presents song name, artist, station IDs, and other relevant data streams. ●●Visual information related to content being played on your HD Radio receiver, such as Album Art, historical photographs, still art from live broadcasts, among other related content. ●●iTunes® Tagging provides you the opportunity to discover a wide range of content and the means to “tag” that content for later review and purchase from the iTunes® Store. Also refer to the Apple Automotive specifications for implementing iTunes® Tagging. CACHING RADIO PROGRAMS A radio program can be cached and played back in a timeshifted manner. AUTOMATIC PLAYBACK OF THE CACHE If the radio broadcast is interrupted by another audio output, such as an incoming phone call, the system will automatically cache the interrupted portion and perform time-shift playback when the interruption ends. To manually operate the cache operation: (→P.68) NOTE llThe system can store up to 20 minutes. Cached data will be erased when the radio mode or station is changed or when the audio system is turned off. llIf noise or silence occurs during the caching process, cachewriting will continue, with the noise or silence recorded as is. In this case, the cached broadcast will contain the noise or silence when played back. RADIO OPERATION 68 PLAYING BACK THE CACHE MANUALLY The broadcast cached in the program cache can be played back manually. 1. Display the cache radio operation buttons. (→P.60) 2. Select the desired cache radio operation button. No. Function Hides the cache operation buttons. Skips backward 2 minutes. Fast rewinds continuously. Plays or pauses the radio broadcast. Fast forwards continuously. Skips forward 2 minutes. No. Function Returns to the live radio broadcast. Shows the current playback location relative to the cached broadcast recording time with a bar scale. ●●Allows HD Radio receivers to store content (songs/ programs and data) in a buffer. Playback shall start at any point in the buffer and shall continue until the end of the buffer or until the user has selected to stop playback. Live Pause has the ability to store both analog and digital content in the buffer. RADIO OPERATION 69 AUDIO 3 SiriusXM® Satellite Radio OVERVIEW Select SiriusXM (SiriusXM) on the “Select Audio Source (Select Audio Source)” screen. (→P.55) XXControl panel No. Function Turn to adjust volume. Press to turn the audio system on/off. Turn to step up/down channels. Press to select an audio mode. Select to seek for a channel. Select and hold for continuous seek. XXControl screenNo. Information/Function Select to scroll the list of preset buttons. Select to display the option screen. Displayed when playing cached programs. Select to display the audio source selection screen. Select to display the cache radio operation buttons. (→P.74) RADIO OPERATION 70 No. Information/Function Select to display the sound setting screen. (→P.56) Select to display a list of categories. (→P.76) Select to search subscribed channels by category. By turning TuneScan Enable ON with channels registered in Smart Favorites, Tune Scan (Tune Scan) is displayed. (→P.76) Select to receive tag information. (→P.77) Select to tune to a preset channel. is displayed for channels registered in Smart Favorites. Select to turn the SXM Featured on/off. (→P.76) Select to show information such as channel name, song title, and artist name. Select to turn the TuneScan on/off. (→P.76) Select to display the “Edit Favorites (Edit Favorites)” screen. (→P.75) Select to turn the TuneStart on/off. (→P.75) NOTE llIf the ignition switch is turned “OFF” and then set to the “ACC” or “ON” position when listening to an XL channel, broadcasting from the XL channel will not begin. If so, the SXM001 channel will be broadcast. llXL channels may include frequent explicit language or mature programming. HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO SiriusXM® Satellite Radio To listen to a satellite radio broadcast in the vehicle, a subscription to the SiriusXM® Satellite Radio service is necessary. A SiriusXM® Satellite Radio is a tuner designed exclusively to receive broadcasts provided under a separate subscription. SiriusXM U.S. satellite and data services are available only in the 48 contiguous USA and DC. SiriusXM satellite service is also available in Canada; see www.siriusxm.ca. RADIO OPERATION 71 AUDIO 3 HOW TO SUBSCRIBE It is necessary to enter into a separate service agreement with SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services in order to receive satellite broadcast programming in the vehicle. Additional activation and service subscription fees apply that are not included in the purchase price of the vehicle and digital satellite tuner. ●●For complete information on subscription rates and terms, or to subscribe to SiriusXM® Satellite Radio: XXU.S.A. Refer to www.siriusxm.com or call 1-877-447-0011. XXCanada Refer to www.siriusxm.ca or call 1-877-209-0079. WARNING llSiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services — Legal Disclaimers and Warnings • Fees and Taxes — Subscription fee, taxes, one time activation fee, and other fees may apply. Subscription fee is consumer only. All fees and programming subject to change. Subscriptions subject to Customer Agreement available at www.siriusxm.com. (U.S.A.) or www.siriusxm.ca (Canada) SiriusXM U.S. satellite and data services are available only in the 48 contiguous USA and DC. SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Service is also available in Canada; see www.siriusxm.ca. Explicit Language Notice — Channels with frequent explicit language are indicated with an “XL” preceding the channel name. Channel blocking is available for SiriusXM® Satellite Radio receivers by notifying SiriusXM at; U.S.A. Customers: Visit www.siriusxm.com or calling 1-877-447-0011 Canadian Customers: Visit www.siriusxm.ca or calling 1-877-209-0079 RADIO OPERATION 72 CAUTION llIt is prohibited to copy, decompile, disassemble, reverse engineer, hack, manipulate, or otherwise make available any technology or software incorporated in receivers compatible with the SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services or that support the SiriusXM website, the Online Service or any of its content. Furthermore, the AMBE® voice compression software included in this product is protected by intellectual property rights including patent rights, copyrights, and trade secrets of Digital Voice Systems, Inc. llNote: this applies to SiriusXM® Satellite Radio receivers only and not SiriusXM Ready devices. NOTE llSiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services–Descriptions • Only SiriusXM® Satellite Radio brings you more of what you love, all in one place. Get over 175 channels, including commercial-free music, plus the best sports, news, talk, comedy and entertainment. Welcome to the world of satellite radio. More information about SiriusXM® Satellite Radio is available online at www.siriusxm.com (U.S.A.) or www.siriusxm.ca (Canada). NOTE llSiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services — Subscription Instructions • For SiriusXM Services requiring a subscription (such as SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services, and some Infotainment & data services), the following paragraph shall be included. Required SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services and some Infotainment & data services monthly subscriptions sold separately after trial period. Subscription fee is consumer only. All fees and programming subject to change. Subscriptions are subject to the Customer Agreement available at www.siriusxm.com. SiriusXM U.S. satellite and data services are available only in the 48 contiguous USA and DC. SiriusXM satellite service is also available in Canada; see www.siriusxm.ca. © 2013 SiriusXM Radio Inc. Sirius, XM and all related marks and logos are trademarks of SiriusXM Radio Inc. All other marks, channel names and logos are the property of their respective owners. For more information, program schedules, and to subscribe or extend subscription after complimentary trial period; more information is available at: USA Customers: Visit www.siriusxm.com or call 1-877-447-0011 RADIO OPERATION 73 AUDIO 3 NOTE llSiriusXM® Satellite Radio Service is solely responsible for the quality, availability and content of the satellite radio services provided, which are subject to the terms and conditions of the SiriusXM Satellite Radio customer service agreement. llCustomers should have their radio ID ready; the radio ID can be found by tuning to “Ch 000” on the radio. For details, see “DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID” below. llAll fees and programming are the responsibility of SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Services and are subject to change. DISPLAYING THE RADIO ID Each SiriusXM tuner is identified with a unique radio ID. The radio ID is required when activating SiriusXM Satellite Services or when reporting a problem. ●●If “Ch 000” is selected using the “AUDIO/TUNE” knob, the ID code, which is 8 alphanumeric characters, will be displayed. If another channel is selected, the ID code will no longer be displayed. The channel (000) alternates between displaying the radio ID and the specific radio code. PRESETTING A CHANNEL 1. Tune in the desired channel. 2. Select (add new) ((add new)). ●●To change the preset channel to a different one, select and hold the preset channel. 3. Select Yes (Yes) on the confirmation screen. 4. Select OK (OK) after setting the new preset channel. RADIO OPERATION 74 CACHING RADIO PROGRAMS A radio program can be cached and played back in a timeshifted manner. The program that is currently being listened to, and channel programs registered as Smart Favorites can be cached. NOTE llIf noise or silence occurs during the caching process, cachewriting will continue, with the noise or silence recorded as is. In this case, the cached broadcast will contain the noise or silence when played back. If reception is poor or radio waves are disrupted, the caching process will not be performed properly, and several seconds of silence will be recorded. llIt may not be possible to cache depending on the broadcasting channel and program (advertising or billboard, etc.) being broadcasted. PLAYING BACK THE CACHE The broadcast cached in the program cache can be played back. 1. Display the cache radio operation buttons. (→P.69) 2. Select the desired cache radio operation button. No. Function Hides the cache radio operation buttons. Select to access the desired program. Skips back through program. Fast rewinds continuously. The fast rewind speed increased the longer the button is held down. Plays or pauses the radio broadcast. RADIO OPERATION 75 AUDIO 3 No. Function Fast forwards continuously. The fast forward speed increased the longer the button is held down. Select to access the desired program. Skips forward through program. Returns to the live radio broadcast. Shows the current playback location relative to the cached broadcast recording time with a bar scale. NOTE llThe time displayed on the bar scale may differ from the actual time. REGISTERING A SMART FAVORITE CHANNEL The TuneStart and TuneScan functions can be used by registering preset channels as Smart Favorites. Up to 5 channels can be registered in Smart Favorites. 1. Select Smart Favs Setup (Smart Favs Setup) on the option screen. 2. Select check boxes for preset channels to be registered, and then select OK (OK). TuneStartTM FUNCTION TuneStart begins playing the current program from the beginning when tuning to a channel registered in Smart Favorites, allowing you to enjoy the complete program. TuneStart is applicable to channels registered in Smart Favorites. (→P.75) It is necessary to turn on TuneStart at the option screen to use this function. (→P.69) NOTE llLive radio is broadcast immediately after switching from another mode to SiriusXM mode even if the TuneStart setting is turned ON. The TuneStart function starts if switching to a channel registered in Smart Favorites within SiriusXM mode. llThe TuneStart function is not applicable to programs for which even a little has been listened to from the start. RADIO OPERATION 76 TuneScanTM FUNCTION TuneScan is a function used to listen to the first 10 seconds of all recorded programs one after another. TuneScan is applicable to channels registered in Smart Favorites, and programs that are currently being listened to. (→P.75) It is necessary to turn on TuneScan at the option screen to use this function. (→P.69) 1. Select Tune Scan (Tune Scan). ●●Select Tune Scan (Tune Scan) again when the desired program is reached to continue playing that program. NOTE llThe TuneScan function is not applicable to the following program. • Program that has been listened to for 30 seconds or longer • If the start of the program has not been cached • If the cached program is shorter than 45 seconds (However, this excludes programs that are currently being broadcast.) And in addition to the above conditions, the TuneScan function may not work depending on the channel or program. SEARCHING BY FEATURED FAVORITES Featured Favorites are a collection of channels that are created by the SiriusXM programming team that are updated several times throughout the year. The desired Featured Favorite channel can be selected from the list screen. (→P.76) It is necessary to turn on SXM Featured at the option screen to listen to a Featured Favorite channel. (→P.69) SELECTING A CHANNEL FROM THE LIST 1. Select . ●●If the program of the Featured Favorites bank is updated when SXM Featured is on, is displayed. It will then disappear when selected. 2. Select the desired program genre. ●●Received Featured Favorite channels appear at the very bottom of the list. 3. Select the desired channel and then select OK (OK). ●●If the Featured Favorites list is selected, Bank Information is displayed if More Info (More Info) is selected. RADIO OPERATION 77 AUDIO 3 PRESERVING A MUSIC INFORMATION Tag information in the music broadcasting is preserved in the system and transmits to an iPod. 1. Select Tag (Tag) to bookmark the music information. 2. Connect an iPod. (→P.41) ●●Turn on the power of the iPod if it is not turned on. ●●Once an iPod is connected, the music tag moves from the radio into the iPod. ●●When the iPod is connected to iTunes, the “tagged” information of the songs which were tagged while listening to the radio can be viewed. Then a user may decide to purchase the song or CD/Album which had been listened to on their radio. ●●Up to 50 items of tag information can be stored. NOTE llThe tag information can not be preserved while scanning or caching the radio program. llThe song title and artist name will appear on the screen when available by the radio program. The radio program can send album pictures when available. llAs a user works through the analog radio channels, (where applicable) the radio receiver will automatically tune from an analog signal to a digital signal within 5 seconds. MEDIA OPERATION 78 MEDIA OPERATION CD OVERVIEW The CD operation screen can be reached by the following methods: ●●Insert a disc. (→P.40) ●●Select DISC (DISC) on the “Select Audio Source (Select Audio Source)” screen. (→P.55) XXControl panel No. Function Turn to adjust volume. Press to turn the audio system on/off. Press to eject a disc. Disc slot Turn to select a track/file. Press to select an audio mode. Select to select a track/file. Select and hold to fast forward/rewind. MEDIA OPERATION 79 AUDIO 3 XXControl screen