Tips And Tricks; Power And Charging - Motorola MOTONAV TN20 User Manual

Motorola motonav tn20: user guide
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tips & tricks
• To choose the items (buttons, bars, icons) displayed on the map view
screen, go to Map in the Settings screen from the main menu.
• To choose categories of locations to display on the map, go to
Map Icons in the Settings screen from the main menu.
• To enable/display specific voice prompts and sounds, go to Prompts
in the Settings screen from the main menu.
• To browse map, go to Free Map Browsing in the Settings screen
from the main menu. Tap the map to select a location.
• To reset the MOTONAV TN20, press the Power button for 8 seconds,
then press Power button again to turn on. You can also use a pin to
press the Reset button.
• When creating a route to an address, after selecting the city, you can
choose to go to the center of the city (versus an address) by selecting
the "City Center" destination.
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power and charging

Your MOTONAV TN20 should be powered using the included car charger.
When you disconnect the power adapter (or turn vehicle ignition off), it
prompts you to touch the screen to switch to battery power. If you do not
touch the screen, it will turn off after 30 seconds.
Please note the following:
• If powering down your MOTONAV TN20 using the Power button, it must
also be powered on using the Power button.
• If your MOTONAV TN20 turns off after disconnecting the external power
source, it turns back on when external power is restored or if you use
Power button.
• If your MOTONAV TN20 is not used for more than 7 days, it enters a
power saving mode that requires a Power button press to exit.
• When operating on battery power, the indicator light flashes red when
the battery is low.
• Using another charger to charge your MOTONAV TN20 may not be as
effective.
• The included car charger will not power Motorola phones.
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