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Motorola TK30 Bluetooth and iPod Car
Kit
User Guide
DRAFT 7 - 10/27/2009
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  • Page 1 Motorola TK30 Bluetooth and iPod Car User Guide DRAFT 7 - 10/27/2009 Dummy Page - To be discarded before printing ITC Notes: Use this template with A6Landscape1 StructApps. This template supports: • Spot color formatting. To produce a B/W print , check the ‘Spot color as B/W’ checkbox in the Framemaker print dialog.
  • Page 2 congratulations [tbd]...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    contents install the harness ... . 4 set Bluetooth device phonebook....26 before you begin ... . . 4 preferences .
  • Page 4: Install The Harness

    install the harness Please follow these guidelines: • Mount components securely on strong surfaces to before you begin prevent shifting that could cause injury or interfere with Caution: Only qualified personnel should install this car kit. safe vehicle operation. Use the supplied mounting Because of the wide variety of vehicle types and models, it hardware as needed.
  • Page 5: Install The Vehicle Integration Kit

    install the vehicle integration kit The vehicle integration kit consists of these connectors: The vehicle integration kit is the central connection point for the car kit. Connections to the vehicle, microphone, audio input device, and user interface module (UIM) are made from the vehicle integration kit.
  • Page 6: Connect The Iso Cable

    connect the ISO cable Disconnect appropriate connections on the vehicle audio system to allow installation of the ISO cable (and Use the ISO cable to connect the car kit to your vehicle’s adapters, if needed). wiring. It connects the vehicle's power, ignition, and Connect cable connectors H and I to the vehicle entertainment system to the car kit.
  • Page 7: Connect The Audio Cable

    install with third-party vehicle specific harness connect the audio cable Some vehicles require a vehicle-specific harness (not Use the audio cable(s) to connect the car kit to your music supplied) that allows integration of the harness into the input device(s). You can connect: vehicle entertainment system.
  • Page 8: Mount And Connect The User Interface Module

    • To play music from an auxiliary device, connect mount and connect the user interface cable connector L to the 3.5mm headphone jack on module the auxiliary music device. Use the User Interface Module (UIM) to operate your car • To play music from an iPod/iPhone, use the kit.
  • Page 9 Note: It is recommended to install the UIM directly on a Press key tabs (supplied) onto UIM: flat surface as a curved surface can cause difficulties in • Place key at top position. pushing the buttons, and can cause the UIM to come •...
  • Page 10 Select UIM orientation (controls on left or right of Place mounting nut (straight or curved) onto selected display). mounting arm. optimal for right-handed operation optimal for Push arm into mounting base, and fasten onto base left-handed using mounting nut. operation Note: To change screen display orientation, see “set install preferences”...
  • Page 11: Install The Microphone

    Slide mounting bracket onto arm. 11 Connect cable connector P (shown on page 7) to the junction box connector B (shown on page 4). install the microphone Caution: The location of the microphone must not interfere with the vehicle's air bag deployment. Also, the microphone cable should not pass in front of or interfere with the deployment of any vehicle airbags.
  • Page 12: Set Install Preferences

    • Refrain from locating the microphone directly in the Use the scroll knob to view and change settings. path of heat/AC vents. Setting... • Refrain from mounting the microphone on door Language set language displayed on the UIM. pillars or windows that can transmit exterior wind Display set the display orientation for left- or noise to it.
  • Page 13: Selective Mute Feature

    Reset car kit by pressing and holding both and \ Each position on the switch corresponds to one of the four speaker channels. keys until the UIM indicators turn off. selective mute feature switch speaker channel right - rear Whenever your car kit plays music or a hands-free call, it automatically disconnects (or “takes over) the speakers right - front from the vehicle’s entertainment system.
  • Page 14: Basics

    basics home screen The home screen is your entry into the car kit’s menus. It Use a combination of buttons, scroll knob, and menus to displays the top item of the main menu. operate your car kit. menu item Phonebook Menu button RecentCalls Green button...
  • Page 15: Icons

    Use the scroll knob to move through menu options. To no hands-free connection to phone(s) select a menu item, press the scroll knob. To scroll back in the menus, press key. in network phone service (phone 1) icons no phone service (phone 1) Your car kit shows icons to provide status and identify menu and phonebook contact types.
  • Page 16 outgoing call previous track call connected fast-forward music call ended rewind music call muted phonebook icons You’ll see these icons in your car kit’s phonebook. call rejected home phone number call missed work phone number music playing icons mobile phone number You’ll see these icons when playing music.
  • Page 17: Pair & Connect

    USB, or auxiliary device. Select Motorola TK30 from the search results on your Note: To connect with your car kit, your Bluetooth devices device. must be paired first. See “pair to Bluetooth devices” on page 16 to do this.
  • Page 18: Set Bluetooth Device Preferences

    Once connected to your device(s), you see the home To... screen: make device primary select <device name> phone on car kit Make primary phone? Phonebook select type of phone select Phone Audio audio sent to car RecentCalls speakers Status icons tell you which devices are connected to your car kit (see “status icons”...
  • Page 19: Calls

    calls make a call To make a call with your car kit, you can: Note: Your car kit supports the Hands-free (HFP) Bluetooth • use a phonebook contact Profile. Accessing call functions depends upon which profile your phone supports. See the instructions that came •...
  • Page 20: While On A Call

    use phone voice commands use phone dialing From the home screen, select Phone Voice You can dial a hands-free call directly from your phone in Command (or press and hold Green button). the normal manner. while on a call Say the phone voice To perform in-call actions, press to access In Call command...
  • Page 21 To... To... send DTMF tones 1 Select DTMF tones reject second press Red button incoming call Using scroll knob, locate (same phone) and select numbers to send. When you have two connected calls on the same phone: place/resume call select Hold Call (or Resume on hold Call) To...
  • Page 22: Swap Phones

    two calls on different phones When you have two connected calls on one phone, and an incoming (third) call on the other phone: When there’s a second incoming call on the other phone, you’ll see a screen like this: To... <phone>...
  • Page 23: Play Music

    play music To... choose a different select Other Devices Your car kit can play music from your: Bluetooth music • Bluetooth music device (via wireless audio streaming) device • iPod/iPhone (via cable) shuffle playback of select Shuffle <device> songs • USB storage device (via cable) pair with another select Pair Music •...
  • Page 24: From A Usb Storage Device

    To... To... shuffle playback select Shuffle All change to a select Folders of songs different folder containing music You’ll see a screen like this when music begins playing shuffle playback select Shuffle All from your iPod or iPhone: of songs John Smith You’ll see a screen like this when music begins playing from your USB device:...
  • Page 25: Control Your Music

    You’ll see a screen like this when music begins playing Note: Music played from an auxiliary device cannot be from your auxiliary device: controlled by your car kit. volume Auxiliary Music To adjust music volume, turn the scroll knob clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease You’ll hear a tone when maximum or minimum volume is control your music...
  • Page 26: Phonebook

    phonebook To... set playback mode select Shuffle then playback manually download contacts from your setting phone Note: This feature is not From the home screen, select Settings > Preferences available for auxiliary devices > Phonebook Update > Receive Contacts. and Bluetooth devices that do not support shuffle mode.
  • Page 27: Synchronize Contacts With Phone

    synchronize contacts with phone messages Select Settings > Preferences > Phonebook Update > read new messages Synchronize from the home screen. When you receive a new text message on one of your connected phones, you’ll see a screen like this. Downloading Phonebook...
  • Page 28: Read Existing Messages

    read existing messages settings From the home screen, select Messages. set general preferences Using scroll knob, locate and select message sender. From the home screen, select Settings > Preferences. Select Read to read message. To... reply to message set caller ID select Show Caller ID From the home screen, select Messages.
  • Page 29: Set Display Preferences

    set display preferences From the home screen, select Settings > Display. To... set brightness select Brightness set sleep mode select Sleep Mode settings...
  • Page 30: Safety, Regulatory & Legal

    EU Conformance 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 • The essential requirements and other relevant provisions of shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise,...
  • Page 31 To protect your hearing: 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 •...
  • Page 32 What Does this Warranty Cover? Warranty longer. Subject to the exclusions contained below, Motorola, Inc. warrants its mobile Exclusions (Products and Accessories) telephones (“Products”), Motorola-branded or certified accessories sold for use with these Products (“Accessories”), and Motorola software contained on CD-ROMs or other Normal Wear and Tear.
  • Page 33 Motorola, or its authorized service centers, are excluded from Motorola, at its option, will at no charge repair, replace or refund the purchase price of coverage.
  • Page 34: Product Registration

    Please retain your original dated sales receipt for your records. For warranty service of Product packaging and product guides should only be disposed of in accordance with your Motorola Personal Communications Product you will need to provide a copy of your national collection and recycling requirements. Please contact your regional authorities dated sales receipt to confirm warranty status.
  • Page 35 1-888-390-6456 (TTY/TDD United States for hearing impaired) 1-800-461-4575 (Canada) 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. Java and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
  • Page 36 settings...
  • Page 37 Safety, Regulatory & Legal...