Motorola 68014301013 User Manual

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    TK30 User’s Guide...

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    Congratulations Your Motorola TK30 Music & Handsfree Car Kit is a professionally installed system dedicated to hands-free conversation and music enjoyment. Following your installation, you can enjoy: • Premium Audio—The TK30 includes true 4-channel audio amplification to drive your car's speakers for rich, loud audio performance.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents ....2 Installation ....3 Before you begin.

  • Page 5: Installation, Before You Begin, Integration Kit

    Installation Before you begin Caution: Only qualified personnel should install this car kit. Because of the wide variety of vehicle types and models, it may be necessary to contact the vehicle manufacturer for detailed installation information. Caution: An air bag inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including communication equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area.

  • Page 6: Connect The Audio Cable(s)

    Mount the vehicle integration kit securely. The best location for the kit is under the dashboard. The kit should be protected from dirt and moisture, have adequate space for cooling, and allow for cable connections. Caution: The User Interface Module (UIM) should be connected before vehicle power is applied to the vehicle integration kit, otherwise damage may occur.

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    • To play music from an auxiliary device, connect cable connector L to the 3.5mm headphone jack on the auxiliary music device. • Connecting or disconnecting your music player from the Auxiliary input while that source is selected on your TK30 could result in a short static or pop noise.

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    The UIM can be mounted in two different configurations: • directly on a flat spot within easy reach of the driver using the supplied mounting tape • using the supplied mounting bracket. Caution: Do not mount in a location that obstructs driver’s vision or interferes with operation of the vehicle.

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    Remove adhesive backing from and press key tabs (supplied) onto UIM: • Place key at top position. • Place \ key at bottom position. Verify cable is fitted into a groove on the back of the UIM. The cable must be contained in the slot to provide a flat surface for mounting.

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    Connect cable connector P (shown on page 5) to the junction box connector B (shown on page 4). Place mounting nut (straight or curved) onto selected mounting arm. Push arm into mounting base, and fasten onto base using mounting nut. Installation Slide mounting bracket onto arm.

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    Install the microphone Caution: The location of the microphone and microphone cable must not interfere with the vehicle's air bag deployment. In particular, side airbags located with the windshield pillar or door jamb. Mount the microphone in a suitable location using either the screw, velcro, or clip (supplied).

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    Install third-party vehicle specific adapter harness (if needed) Some vehicles require a vehicle-specific adapter harness (not supplied) that allows integration of the harness into the vehicle entertainment system. The connectors on the ISO cable are designed to connect directly to such a third-party harness.

  • Page 13: Set Install Preferences

    Note: Not all vehicle entertainment systems offer a stereo auxiliary audio input. In some cases, if your system does not support this input, one may be created using an adapter from a third-party vendor. Connect an RCA cable (not supplied) to connector E on the ISO cable.

  • Page 14: Selective Mute Feature

    Selective mute feature Whenever your car kit plays music or a hands-free call, it automatically disconnects (or “takes over) the speakers from the vehicle’s entertainment system. However, some vehicles have features that play audio prompts over the vehicle entertainment system (such as audio navigation, parking sensors, etc.,).

  • Page 15: Basics, Buttons And Scroll Knob, Home Screen

    Basics Use a combination of buttons, scroll knob, and menus to operate your car kit. menu item Phonebook Recent Calls menu status scroll icon icons knob Buttons and scroll knob Buttons have different functions based on the car kit’s current operating mode (music, calls, etc.,). To execute a function, you will either “press”...

  • Page 16: Icons

    Icons Your car kit shows icons to provide status and identify menu and phonebook contact types. Status icons On the right side of menu and music playing screens, status icons show car kit connection status. phone 1 connect status Phonebook RecentCalls phone 2 connect status...

  • Page 17: Text Prompts

    call connected call ended call muted call rejected call in privacy mode Music playing icons You’ll see these icons when playing music. play music pause music stop music fast-forward music rewind music Phonebook icons You’ll see these icons in your car kit’s phonebook. home phone number work phone number mobile phone number...

  • Page 18: Pair & Connect, Pair To Bluetooth Devices, Connect To Devices

    Pairing Mode - Enter 0000, if pin code required Set your phone or music device to search for Bluetooth devices. Select Motorola TK30 from the search results on your device. Select OK or Yes to pair your car kit with your Bluetooth device.

  • Page 19: Device Preferences

    Once connected to your device(s), you see the home screen: Phonebook RecentCalls Status icons tell you which devices are connected to your car kit (see “Status icons” on page 14 for reference). If connecting to a Bluetooth device is unsuccessful, press and hold the Green button to try again.

  • Page 20: Calls, Receive A Call

    Calls Note: Your car kit supports the Hands-free (HFP) Bluetooth Profile. Accessing call functions depends upon which profile features your phone supports. See the instructions that came with your phone. Note: Some call features are phone/network dependent. Receive a call When there’s an incoming call, you hear a ringtone and caller ID over your speakers, and you see the incoming call icon on the screen.

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    Use phone voice commands From the home screen, select Voice Commands (or press and hold Green button). Say the phone voice command Follow phone voice prompts to place call. Use car kit dialing From the home screen, select Dial Number. Using scroll knob, locate and select numbers to dial.

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    To... transfer call press , then select Privacy between phone (for phone) or Handsfree (for car and car kit kit), or press and hold Green button. send DTMF tones Press Select DTMF tones Using scroll knob, locate and select numbers to send. place/resume call press , then select Hold Call...

  • Page 23: Swap Phones

    To... join both calls press , then select Join (3-way call) Calls reject 3rd press Red button. incoming call from other second phone make a call on the press , then select Go to other phone <phone> Two calls on different phones When there’s a second incoming call on the other phone, you’ll see a screen like this: <phone>...

  • Page 24: Music, From A Bluetooth Device

    Music Your car kit can play music from your: • Bluetooth music device (via wireless audio streaming) • iPod/iPhone (via cable) • USB storage device (via cable) • Auxiliary device (via cable) From a Bluetooth device Note: Your car kit supports the Advanced Audio Distribution (A2DP) and Audio/Video Remote Control (AVRCP) Bluetooth profiles.

  • Page 25: From An Ipod/iphone, From A Usb Storage Device

    From an iPod/iPhone From the home screen, select Music > iPod. Scroll to selection using menus. To... play selection select Now Playing play all songs select Play all choose a genre select Genres choose an artist select Artists choose an album select Albums choose a song select Tracks...

  • Page 26: From An Auxiliary Device, Control Your Music, Volume

    You’ll see a screen like this when music begins playing from your USB device: John Smith Greensleeves From an auxiliary device From the home screen, select Music > Auxiliary Music. Press the scroll knob to play music. You will then see this screen: Auxiliary Music Control your music To...

  • Page 27: Set Music Preferences, Phonebook, From Your Phone

    Note: The volume setting on your music player may impact volume on your car kit. Note: Volume cannot be adjusted from your car kit when Line Out is set to ON in the Install menu and is connected to a stereo auxiliary input on your vehicle entertainment system.

  • Page 28: Messages, Read New Messages, Read Existing Messages, Reply To Message, Call Message Sender

    Messages Your car kit can receive and read your text messages to you over your vehicle entertainment system, and send replies using pre-defined templates. Note: To use this feature, it must by supported by your phone. Read new messages When you receive a new text message on one of your connected phones, you’ll see a screen like this.

  • Page 29: Preferences, Set User Preferences, Set Audio Prompt Preferences, Set Display Preferences, View Software Version

    Preferences Set user preferences From the home screen, select Settings > User Settings. To... set caller ID select Show Caller ID preference enable/disable select Voice Menu voice prompts enable/disable select Forgotten Device Alert forgotten device alerts enable/disable select New Message Alert new message alerts synchronize...

  • Page 30: Safety, Regulatory & Legal

    Accordingly, any copyrighted software contained in Motorola products may not be modified, reverse-engineered, distributed, or reproduced in any manner to the extent allowed by law. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products Safety, Regulatory & Legal shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise,...

  • Page 31: Fcc Notice To Users, Caution About High Volume Usage, Driving Precautions

    Applicable products bear the FCC logo, and/or an FCC ID in the format FCC-ID:xxxxxx on the product label. Motorola has not approved any changes or modifications to this device by the user. Any changes or modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. See 47 CFR Sec.

  • Page 32: Caring For The Environment By Recycling

    Customer Support Center at 0870-9010-555. 032376o MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. iPod and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners ©...

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