Sanyo NVM-4370 Instruction Manual

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  • Page 1 Portable Navigation System NVM-4370 Instruction Manual...
  • Page 2: Operating Basics

    1 Operating Basics 2 To turn on and calibrate the device You can now turn it on to calibrate the screen. After screen Turn on the Battery ON / OFF switch. calibration, proceed to system settings configuration. Tap the center of the target as it moves around the screen. After calibration are finished, the “Main Menu”...
  • Page 3: System Settings

    3 System Settings System setting can be used to view and adjust your device current preferences. Navigate from the “Settings” Menu. 3.4 Camera Settings 3.4.1 Whether camera can input. Note: 3.4.2 Whether enable automatic display. If camera inputs, display camera image on screen automatically. 3.1 Camera View the camera input image.
  • Page 4 3.5.3 Tap “Factory Reset” to open a dialog box to select 3.6.2 Tap the “XX.X MHz” button. whether to reset the settings. Tap “YES” to reset the 3.6.3 Input frequency using “FM Transmitter Frequency” settings and “NO” not to reset the settings. screen and then tap “Set”.
  • Page 5 Contacts Call-out from the contacts. In detail, refer to 4.3. 4.2.2 “Call-out” (in a phone cell) 4.1.2 Tap the “Search” button. NVM-4370 starts to search available mobile phones. 4.1.3 The available phones are displayed on the phone list. Select one of the mobile phones and tap the “Connect”...
  • Page 6: Data Transfer

    4.4 Data Transfer 4.4.1 File Transfer: get mp3 or photo from ceil phone. 4.4.2 Import Phonebook: get phonebook from ceil phone to NVM-4370. 4.4.3 Export Contacts to SD: export contacts to SD as vCard files. 4.4.4 Import Contacts from SD: import vCard files from SD.
  • Page 7: Multimedia Players

    5.2 Photo Viewer 5 Multimedia Players 5.2.1 Features NVM-4370 provides you with a full multi-media entertainment Support for JPEG file. system. Enjoy your favorite music, photo and movie on the road. Photo files on both of NVM-4370’s internal memory and SD card can be displayed.
  • Page 8 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

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