Before using this product, please read the "Safety information" in the "Important Information" document. Portable Navigation System CN-GP50U Operating Instructions Picture Viewer Phone (Hands-Free) English (US) Ver. 1.1...
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Table of Contents 1 Introduction... 3 1.1 About this manual ... 3 1.1.1 Conventions... 3 2 Picture ... 4 2.1 Preparation ... 4 2.2 Picture Menu ... 4 2.2.1 Picture Viewer ... 5 188.8.131.52 Preview (See the figure 4)... 5 2.2.2 Opening Picture...
2 Picture 2.1 Preparation Remove the SD Memory Card that contains Map. ( Insert the SD Memory Card that contains Picture content. ( The system reactivates. Note: Insert the SD Memory Card that contains Map when you use the navigation functions. 2.2 Picture Menu When you turn on the device, you will see the MENU window ( figure 1 ).
2.2.1 Picture Viewer ( To the left ): Go to left page. ( To the right ): Go to right page. Preview: Preview and rotate the selected picture. Slideshow: Slideshow the selected picture file. To stop the Slideshow, tap the picture. 184.108.40.206 Preview (See the figure 4) Left Turn: Turn the picture 90 degree Counterclockwise.
3 Phone (Hands-Free) For the models to be supported, visit the Web Site at http://panasonic.net ( Refer to the description regarding Portable Car Navigation. ) We do not guarantee that all the functions of this unit are available on all mobile phones.
( Back ): Back to previous page. ( Show map ): The map opens. 3.1.1 Keypads For dialing phone number and using contact information. Numeral keys: Key in the phone number. Contacts: Into the Contacts mode. History: Into the History mode. : Delete the key in number.
220.127.116.11 Adjusting the phone status When you dial out the phone number, the panel will show the message ( figure 10 ) to adjust the phone status ( Volume ) : Adjust phone volume. : Hang up the phone. When you press the button, the menu will clear.
3.1.3 Call History The device will record the communication by phone. It will list last 20 calls each type. : Dial history list ( figure 15 ). : Received history list ( figure 15 ). : Miss received history list ( figure 15 ). 3.1.4 Redial It will redial the number.
18.104.22.168 Registering If Registering code is unnecessary, or after you enter the registering code, the device will connect to another device automatically ( figure 18 ). 22.214.171.124 Success Pairing If device pairing successfully, the panel will show the success message ( figure 19). 126.96.36.199 Failed Pairing If device pairing failed, the panel will show the failed message ( figure 20 ).
3.1.7 Incoming call If you receive incoming call, the screen will show the message ( figure 22 ). : Accept incoming call ( figure 23 ). : You can adjust the volume level. : ( Show map ): The map opens. When the map is displayed while talking over the telephone, button is displayed in the map.
3.2 Pairing 3.2.1 Preparation Turn on the power of the mobile phone that will pair this unit and then set it to standby mode. Note Refer to the Operating Instructions of the mobile phone regarding its operation. 3.2.2 Find Other Phone 1 Tap Phone button on MENU window.
3.2.3 Connect This unit remembers previously paired Bluetooth supported devices (up to 5 devices in reverse chronological order). These devices can simply connect without the search and authentication process. 1 Tap Connect button from PHONE MENU window. A list of previously paired Bluetooth supported devices are displayed.