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SANYO
Contents
Index
Portable Navigation Device
(NVM-4030)
Reference Manual
User instructions for operating
the SANYO NVM-4030

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    SANYO Contents Index Portable Navigation Device (NVM-4030) Reference Manual User instructions for operating the SANYO NVM-4030...

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    SANYO SANYO Contents Contents Index Index Warnings and Notices For your safety, do not operate the controls of the product while driving. GPS satellite signals cannot typically pass through solid materials (except glass). GPS location information is not typically available inside buildings, tun- nels, or underground parking lots.

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    SANYO Contents Index Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement 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.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    SANYO Contents Index Table of Contents Chapter 1 NVM-4030 PND Features and Specifications ....6 Chapter 5 Contacts Management ..........21 1.1 SANYO NVM-4030 PND features ...........6 5.1 Contacts ...................21 1.2 NVM_4030 Specifications ..............6 5.1.1 Using Contacts ................21 Chapter 2 Getting Started ..............8 5.1.2 To open Contacts: ..............

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    SANYO Contents Index 8.1.4 Screen responds slowly ............32 8.1.5 Inaccurate response to taps.............32 8.1.6 Connection Problems with PC..........32 8.1.7 No GPS connection ..............32 8.1.8 No sound coming from the device..........32 8.1.9 Can’t I see my photos..............32 8.1.10 Takes longer than normal time to get a GPS fix.

  • Page 6: Chapter 1 Nvm-4030 Pnd Features And Specifications

    SANYO Contents Index Chapter 1 NVM-4030 PND Features and Specifications SANYO NVM-4030 PND features Table 1: dimensions and specifications The SANYO NVM-4030 Portable Navigation device is a powerful multifunc- Category Item tion GPS/multimedia navigation and entertainment device. Buttons 5 buttons •...

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    Fuse Certificates e-Mark AC Adapter AC-Rating 110-240V, 50-60Hz DC-Rating 5.0V, 2A Protection class II, LPS Certificates CE, UL, TUV Main plugs exchangeable for supporting UK, EU, Extras US and Korea areas NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 1 Features and Specifications...

  • Page 8: Chapter 2 Getting Started

    SANYO Contents Index Chapter 2 Getting Started This chapter describes the hardware interface of the SANYO NVM-4030 and its 2.1.2 Front Panel peripherals. Instructions for setting up the device and some basic system Figure 1: Front Panel View operations are also discussed.

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    Accepts a SD (Secure Digital) or MMC (MultiMediaCard) 4 SD/MMS slot card for data storage. This connector (under rubber dust cover) allows use of an 5 GPS antenn optional external GPS antenna. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 2 Getting Started...

  • Page 10: To Turn On And Calibrate The Device

    Index Index Chapter 3 Using the NVM-4030 NVM-4030 Operating Basics A f t e r fully c h ar gi n g th e N V M - 4 0 3 0, it is r e a d y to b e used. Yo u can no w tu rn it on to calibrate the screen.

  • Page 11: To Configure System Settings

    Contents Index To configure system settings: If you intend to start using your NVM-4030 at once, we recommend that you configure the language and date/time settings first. The rest of the user prefer- ences can be set up later. Tap “System” in the Main menu.

  • Page 12: Additional System Settings

    Adjust how long you want to wait before the Hot Key LEDs turn off auto- matically. Tap the Up arrow to return to the System Menu. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 3 Using the RNS-3200...

  • Page 13: System Information

    You can view the OS version, GPS firmware version and other system information. Tap the Sys Info. icon in the System Menu. You can view the OS version, GPS firmware version and also calibrate the device from this screen. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 3 Using the RNS-3200...

  • Page 14: Chapter 4 Synchronization With A Pc

    Using the SD/MMC slot were pushing it further into the slot, letting the card spring out. An audible The NVM-4030 has an SD/MMC slot compatible with a range of SD and MMC system sound will signal that the card has been released.

  • Page 15: Installing Microsoft Activesync

    To install Microsoft ActiveSync on your computer: Close any open programs, including those that run at startup, and disable any virus-scanning software. Insert the SANYO NVM-4030 Companion CD into your computer’ s CD- ROM drive. The CD's welcome page should appear.

  • Page 16: Installing Contacts Manager

    You can also use Explore in Activesync to look at all the content on your device (as shown below). Follow the on-screen instructions. Click Finish after the installation process is completed. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 4 Synchronizing with PC...

  • Page 17: Creating A Partnership

    • Plug the USB client connector into an available USB port on your com- Now, once you have completed the first synchronization process, you can ini- puter. tiate synchronization from your device anytime, using the USB cable. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 4 Synchronizing with PC...

  • Page 18: Chapter 5 Contacts Management

    5.1.3 Creating a new contact Tap New. 5.1.1 Using Contacts 5.1.2 To open Contacts: The control pad displays the list of contacts and several command buttons for performing various Contacts tasks. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 5 Contacts Management...

  • Page 19: Editing Contact Information

    Tap on the space to enter the related information for the new contact. 5.1.6 Importing contacts to your NVM-4030. Make sure there is a SD or MMC storage card in the device. Imported contact file(s) will be saved to this storage card for access by your NVM-4030.

  • Page 20: Exporting Contacts From Your Nvm-4030

    SANYO Contents Index 5.1.7 Exporting contacts from your NVM-4030. 5.1.8 Deleting contacts Insert an SD or MMC storage card into the device. In the Contacts control pad, tap the contact whose address you want to Exported contact file(s) will be saved to this storage card for later access from delete.

  • Page 21: Chapter 6 Entertainment

    For a more or ganized file s e a r ch , it is ad vi s a b l e to n a m e d s u b direct o - ries based on genre or listening preferences. 6.3.1 Using the MP3 player. 6.3.2 To enter into the different media players. Tap the Entertainment icon in the Main Menu. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 6 Entertainment Features...

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    Goes back to main file/folder view 3 File collection/playlist 4 Skip backwards/forwards Advances one song forward or backward 5 Pause/Stop Stops play File collection menu (from #3 above). The MP3 player window below controls playback. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 6 Entertainment Features...

  • Page 23: Chapter 7 Hands-free Calling/bluetooth

    Once your Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone is paired with your NVM-4030, you can make hands-free phone calls through your NVM-4030’ s integrated micro- phone and speaker. The NVM-4030 makes it easy to make and receive phones calls with ease while on the go.

  • Page 24: Making And Receiving Calls

    Otherwise, you will see a list of Bluetooth devices that are within proxim- 10. That’ s it, your mobile phone and the NVM-4030 auto negotiate a Bluetooth connection and now you are ready to make and receive calls. A confirma- ity of your NVM-4030.

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    Index The Hands-free calling screen appears that will let you control the function as well as dial from your NVM-4030 as long as the Bluetooth connection is maintained from your mobile phone. Redial lets you easily view the most recent phone numbers you connected Start enjoying the convenience and safety of hands-free calling with your NVM-4030.

  • Page 26: Chapter 8 Troubleshooting And Maintenance

    GPS settings. computer— do not run the cable through a USB hub. • Reset your device before connecting the cable. Always disconnect your device before you restart your computer. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 8 Troubleshooting and Maintenance...

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    8.2.1 Storage precautions • Do not store your device anywhere it may be exposed to water or in conditions of high humidity. NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Chapter 8 Troubleshooting and Maintenance...

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    Power Backlight Battery Level Korea Bluetooth Features Bluetooth v2.0 File Explorer Bottom RDS-TMC Language FM antenna Recalibrate Li-Ion Front Panel View 8, 9 Reset Full Screen Revision Fuse Runtime Calibrate Calibration Car charger Microsoft ActiveSync NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Index...

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    Warranty SiRF Slide Show Weight Soft reset Windows CE 5.0 Specifications Suction cup Synchronization System Information Year Thumbnail Time Time Zone Traffic message channel Troubleshooting USB ActiveSync USB cable USB v1.1 Video Video Play List NVM-4030 Portable Navigation Device Index...

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