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nüvi 805 series
quick start manual
© 2008 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
November 2008 190-01047-01 Rev. A Printed in Taiwan
Your nüvi Unit Warning : See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information. Power key: slide to the left to turn the unit on/off; Battery cover GPS antenna slide to the right to lock the screen Microphone Headphone/ audio out jack new MicroSD card slot Mini-USB Serial number External Microphone connector under battery antenna connector Speakers ® ® Garmin , the Garmin logo, and nüvi are trademarks of Warning :
Step 1: Install the nüvi Step 2: Mount the nüvi 1. Plug the vehicle power cable into the Battery power connector on the right side of the 1. Locate the rectangular lithium-ion battery cradle. that came in the product box. Cradle 2. Slide the battery cover off the back of the Power Microphone nüvi. cable jack 3. Locate the metal contacts on the end of the lithium-ion battery. 4. Insert the battery so the metal contacts on the battery match up with the metal 2. Snap the cradle Suction
7. Plug the other end of the vehicle power cable into a power outlet in your vehicle. Your unit should turn on automatically if it is plugged in and the vehicle is running. 8. If you are using a traffic receiver in Europe, secure the traffic receiver ’ s Step 4: Configure the nüvi antenna to the windshield using the To turn on your nüvi, slide the Power suction cups. (The traffic receiver is key to the left and let go after one second. included in the nüvi 865 package.) Follow the
Understanding the Menu Select to use the tools such as media ➒ players, settings, and Help. Page Finding an Address ➋ ➌ ➊ ➍ 1. Select Where to? > Address. 2. Select Change State/Province, if ➎ ➏ necessary. 3. Select Search All. OR ➐ ➑ ➒ Select Spell City, enter the city/postal code, and select Done. Select the GPS satellite strength ➊ city/postal code in the list. (Not all ® Bluetooth technology status ➋ locations can be found using postal code (Bluetooth technology is not availab
Viewing the Main Pages Touch View map to open the Map page. • The vehicle icon shows your current location. • Touch and drag the map to view a different area of the map. • Touch to zoom in, and touch to zoom out. • Touch Menu to return to the Menu page. • A speed limit icon could appear as you travel on major roadways. Touch to view the Turn Touch to view the Next List page. Turn page or the Lane Assist page (if available). Touch to view the Trip Touch to view the Computer. Where Am
Taking a Detour Walking to a Destination 1. With a route active, select Menu. If you are walking to your destination, use Pedestrian mode to optimize your route for 2. Select Detour. walking. Select t ools > Settings > System If the current route is the only reasonable > Usage Mode > Pedestrian > oK . option, the nüvi might not calculate a detour. You can also select specific detours while Securing Your nüvi navigating a route by using the Prompted 1. Select Tools > Settings > Security.
Voice Commands Using Speech Recognition 1. Press the large button on the remote. Use the speech recognition feature to speak 2. Wait for the green speak icon to to your nüvi to find destinations, select appear. options, and perform other functions. The speech recognition feature does not work for 3. Speak a command. all languages in all areas. See the owner’s Using Speech Recognition manual at www.garmin.com for more Speech recognition uses four search information. methods: Using the Rem
To speak shortcut commands: You can also speak Find nearest to search 1. Speak any shortcut command from the a location category. Location categories are Shortcut Commands table. You can use Point of Interest categories contained in shortcut commands from any screen. the nüvi. The Find Nearest command only 2. Listen for the voice prompt before works from the Menu page, Where to? page, speaking your next command. and Map page. Shortcut Commands To search using the Find Nearest Audible P
To speak the name of a popular place: 4. Speak Yes to navigate to the place, or 1. Speak Find Place by Name from any speak No to go back to the list of found screen. places. “Find Place by Name” “Yes” 2. Listen for the voice prompt, and speak To speak an address: the name of the place. The nüvi repeats 1. Speak Find Address from any screen. the name of the place as it is searching. 2. Respond to the prompts to speak or spell the city name, house number, and street. ™ nüMaps Guarantee To r
Calling a Number Using Hands-Free Features 1. Select Hands Free > Dial. Hands-free phone features are available 2. Enter the number, and select Dial. only if your nüvi and your mobile phone have Bluetooth wireless technology. Not 3. To end a call, touch > End Call. all phones support all the hands-free phone Receiving a Call features the nüvi provides. To use the hands- When you get a call, the Incoming Call free features, you must pair your phone and window opens. Select answer to answe
You can listen to the audio from your nüvi automatically recalculates the route. on your vehicle’s speakers. On the Menu The Map page displays or when page, select Volume > audio output > FM there is traffic on your route. The number in t ransmitter. Select an FM channel for the the icon represents the number of minutes FM transmitter, and select the same channel the traffic has added to your route, which on your nüvi. has been automatically calculated into the arrival time shown on t
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