MOTONAV™ and Bluetooth® technology, you can steer into a new era of mobile navigation. Simple operation, clear maps in 2D or 3D mode, as well as numerous innovative features and functions make the T805 the essential navigation aid for every traveler – whether in the car or on foot. What is MOTONAV? MOTONAV is a unique route guidance software package that uses both GPS satellites for position data and MOTONAV’s service center for routes, searches, and traffic congestion data.
• Real time, high-accuracy traffic data (Note: Not available in all regions) *Not available on all phone models. Package Contents GPS Receiver – SYN2126A Car Charger – SYN1630A Dash Mount – SYN2131A Belt Clip – SYN2134A (only available in Europe) Universal Phone Holder –...
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Use of accessories not approved by Motorola, including, but not limited to, batteries, antennas, and convertible covers, may cause your mobile device to exceed RF energy exposure guidelines and may void your mobile devices warranty. For a list of approved Motorola accessories, visit our web site at www.motorola.com.
See RSS-GEN 7.1.5 FCC Notice to Users 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 47 CFR Sec. 15.21.
Furthermore, the purchase of the Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents, or patent applications of Motorola or any third party software provider, except for the normal, non- exclusive, royalty-free license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
• When available, use a handsfree device. If possible, add an additional layer of convenience to your mobile device with one of the many Motorola Original handsfree accessories available today. • Position your mobile device within easy reach. Be able to access your mobile device without removing your eyes from the road.
Safety First At all times, road traffic regulations have priority over the MOTONAV navigation instructions. Follow the MOTONAV instructions ONLY if the traffic regulations and the current traffic situation allow it. Make sure you are always in control of your vehicle in all traffic situations. If you have to make a sudden turn, DO NOT do so unless it can be done safely.
The GPS Receiver can be mounted in several ways: Dash Mount The dash mount bracket allows the GPS receiver to be mounted to the dash so it does not slide around during sudden vehicle maneuvers. The GPS receiver can be easily snapped into and out of the dash mount bracket should you desire to remove it from the vehicle.
Note: The belt clip for MOTONAV is only available in Europe. The GPS receiver can easily be snapped into the belt clip for use outside of a vehicle. Make sure the belt clip is firmly attached to a belt or strap to avoid dropping it.
can be removed and re-inserted on the top, and the whole UPH flipped upside down. Check again for button interference and choose the direction that fits best. There is a separate, small rubber strap that can then be inserted into the bottom gripper slot to hold the bottom grippers in place.
MOTONAV is started, it will automatically try to pair and connect with your GPS receiver. Do not attempt to pair and connect using the Windows utilities. A steady blue light indicates that your phone has successfully connected to your GPS receiver, and once the GPS light is steady orange you will be ready to travel.
Note: It is possible to create a shortcut to MOTONAV by designating MOTONAV to a softkey on your mobile phone. See your mobile phone’s user manual. For example, on the Motorola V3x, from the Main Menu, select Settings > Personalize > Home Screen > Home Keys. Scroll to the home key arrow you wish to designate as MOTONAV, select Change, scroll to MOTONAV on the list of options, and press Select.
Bluetooth Manager. 1. Turn your phone’s Bluetooth feature on. Your phone’s Bluetooth feature is “off” by default. Note: For example, if you are using a Motorola V3x: Scroll to Bluetooth link > Setup > Power > Change > On.
GPS Receiver Battery Low – Indicates the GPS battery is low. Connect a charger if possible. GPS Signal Low / No GPS Fix – Indicates that the GPS signal is unreliable, so no position information is available. Check that the GPS receiver has a clear view of the sky.
Construction – Indicates there is construction along your planned route. Review the traffic report for more details. Tunnel – Indicates you are approaching or are in a tunnel. The GPS signal may be lost. Menu Buttons The menu buttons below are navigational tools to move among screens and designate items.
Shows the Call screen, where you can call a number from saved contacts or a number that you enter manually. Shows the Options menu, where you can select from the following options: • Select the currently highlighted item on the Main Menu •...
Traffic Menu Find it: MOTONAV Menu > Traffic. The Traffic menu lets you use the Traffic-On-Commute features. Traffic-On-Commute features allow you to view traffic information on your mobile device for free. It is a re-creation of the WAP service offered by my.traffic.com.
Shows your current direction of travel if you are moving. The compass view also gives you the option to save your current location. GPS-Info View details about your current GPS position, including GPS coordinates, battery information, and GPS connection status. Save Current Location Save a current location for easy reuse.
Contract/Account – View details about your contract status. • Software version – View your software version. • About/Contact us – View Motorola’s contact information and other information. • Clear all – Clear all preset locations, settings, and login credentials. •...
10 – Setting a Destination This section provides information about MOTONAV navigation features, as shown in the list below. Navigating to an Address Navigating to a Saved Location Navigating to a Recent Location Navigating to a Location from an SMS Message Go Home or Go to Work Navigating to a Location from your Contacts List Conducting a Local Search...
Navigating to a Saved Location This feature shows locations that you have designated as saved locations. My Locations is a list of destinations that you store for easy reuse. An address, an item from a local search, or a recent history item can be specified as My Locations.
You can designate an item as your Home or Work location and can quickly calculate a route to Home or Work from your current GPS position. To designate your Home location, go to MOTONAV Menu > Navigate > Options > Set Home. Enter the correct Number, Street, City or Zip Code, State/Province, and Country.
optional locations will be shown. Scroll to the correct location, and press OK to set it as your Work location. To navigate to your Home or Work location, select Go Home or Go to Work from the Navigate menu. Navigating to a Location from your Contacts List With this feature, you can specify a contact address as a destination by selecting a contact from the contacts list on your phone.
Navigating with the help of Traffic With the Traffic menu, you can use the Traffic report features, which allow you to view real-time traffic information on your mobile phone at no additional charge. Use this feature to check which of your commute routes you should take to get home or to work in the least amount of time.
To create a drive, do the following: 1. In the Traffic.com website, click the MyTraffic tab, 2. Click My Drives > Add a Drive. 3. Follow the directions for the drive wizard.
4. When done, click the Save This Drive button. Using the Traffic online commute feature Now that you have set up your account on traffic.com, you are ready to use this feature and avoid traffic. You have three options available from the Traffic menu: My Drives, Hotspots, and All Roads. 1.
3. A list of My Drives will be shown with the name of the route, current travel time, and level of congestion on the route. Select the My Drives you wish to view and press OK. Details of your selected drive will be shown. 4.
It simply allows you to view a map of your selected destination, with the calculated route not taken into consideration. With this feature, you can browse the map without the GPS receiver returning you to your current location or a location along your route.
Cancel Remove the view of the map. Help Explains how to use the cross-shaped marker to show a different section of the map. Maneuver View This screen provides information on your travel and turn direction, in a simple display that is easy to read.
Pressing the Info key will show the following information, while keeping the maneuver view visible: • Name of the street you are currently on or, when near a maneuver, name of the street you will turn onto • Remaining time and distance until the end of your route •...
From the Map menu, you can select from the following options: • Update - Calculate a new route, taking into account traffic conditions and wrong turns. • Route, Moving map, Birdview – View other designated map views. Options From the Options menu, you can select from the following options: •...
The Map menu, you can select from the following options: • Update - Calculate a new route, taking into account traffic conditions and wrong turns. • Route, Moving map, Birdview – View other designated map views. • Zoom + - Zoom in. •...
From the Map menu, you can select from the following options: • Update - Calculate a new route, taking into account traffic conditions and wrong turns. • Route, Moving map, Birdview – View other designated map views. • Zoom + - Zoom in. •...
Save. GPS Info Note: Not available on all phone models. Select GPS Info to view a screen of the GPS info for your current location, including GPS coordinates, battery life display, and GPS signal connection.
Your front windshield may be metalized and is blocking the GPS signals. Try moving the receiver to a new location and check for GPS lock. Usually only the front window is metalized, so putting the GPS receiver in the rear window may improve GPS signal strength. Putting the receiver near the metal roof may also have the same effect.
If you want to place a call while using MOTONAV: It is possible to place a call while using MOTONAV. On Motorola phones, press the End key twice. You will then be able to place a call from your mobile phone. MOTONAV will be paused and ready to resume when you have finished your call.