Sanyo NVM 4370 - Easy Street - Automotive GPS Receiver Instruction Manual

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  • Page 1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL NVM-4370 Portable Navigation System If you need assistance with product operation, authorized service center referral, service assistance, problem resolution, or parts and accessories availability; you may contact us by: A. Visiting on a 24hr/7 days a week basis or B.
  • Page 2 FCC COMPLIANCE * This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. FCC WARNING Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 3 The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sanyo is under license. All other brand or product names mentioned in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
  • Page 4 In such cases, other Sanyo mounting options should be used. SANYO does not take any responsibility for any fines, penalties, or damages that may be incurred as a result of disregarding this notice.
  • Page 5 THIS USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (“this Agreement”) shall serve as a legally binding instrument between you (as “Licensee”, whether an individual or a corporation, regardless) and SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. (“Licensor”) concerning the Licensee's use of a single SANYO SOFTWARE PRODUCT (“the Software”) under the terms and conditions set forth herein. The Software shall include, but without limitation, computer software and related media materials, printed materials (documents such as user manuals), and electronic documents whether or not retrieved by licensee “on-line”, and shall include any updates and upgrades thereof sup-...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1 Features and Specifications ............................9 1.1 Features ....................................9 1.2 Specifications ..................................9 2 Getting Started ................................11 2.1 Hardware overview ................................11 2.1.1 Packing list .................................. 11 2.1.2 External features ................................ 11 2.2 Mounting your unit in your vehicle ........................... 13 2.3 Set up TMC antenna unit in your vehicle (Option) ......................
  • Page 8 6.3 System stops responding; is “frozen” or “locked up.” ....................41 6.4 Users can also perform a “system reset.” ......................... 41 6.5 Screen is not displayed normally............................41 6.6 The touch screen does not respond well..........................41 6.7 Connection problems with PC............................41 6.8 No GPS connection ................................
  • Page 9: Features And Specifications

    1 Features and Specifications Features The SANYO NVM-4370 Portable Navigation System is a powerful multifunction GPS navigation and entertainment device. • Compact size and lightweight • Integrated GPS receiver for GPS navigation • USA/Canada/Alaska/Hawaii/Puerto Rico map preloaded into Internal 4GB Flash •...
  • Page 10 Car Adaptor Input rating 10.8-30V Output rating 5.0V, 1A Certificates FCC, CE, e-mark Output plug USB mini-B type USB Cable Length 4' (120 cm) Mini-jack to RCA conversion cable Length 1' (30cm) SD Card Support Capacity Maximum 8GB (SDHC Support) MMC (Multi Media Card) Support Capacity Maximum 2GB...
  • Page 11: Getting Started

    2 Getting Started This chapter describes the hardware interface of your unit and its peripherals. Instructions for setting up the device and some basic system operations are also discussed. Although your unit’s rechargeable Li-ion battery comes approximately 40-80% charged, before using, it is NOTE: best to connect the Car adaptor and plug to power socket and fully charge the battery.
  • Page 12 Figure 2: Top and Bottom view Table 2: Top and Bottom controls Function Description Power / Menu button Normal ON/OFF power button and change menu Volume Control Adjust the sound volume. Battery switch The main power/battery cut off switch. Reset Restarts your device Power / Menu button : Press and hold the button for 2 seconds to turn power off.
  • Page 13: Mounting Your Unit In Your Vehicle

    Table 3: Left and Right panel controls Function Description Microphone nondirectional Microphone Accepts a SD (Secure Digital) or MMC (MultiMediaCard) for SD/MMC slot data storage. Headphones Standard stereo headphones jack. CAMERA-IN Rear view camera input (mini-jack) Car adaptor, PC (with USB cable) or TMC unit connector Your unit can charge by USB Interface.
  • Page 14 Do attach the Car Adaptor to your device when you use it in vehicle. Rechargeable batteries may sometimes NOTE: not be chargeable in the vehicle. This section shows how to install the car mount kit in your vehicle’s windshield/dashboard using the suction cup. Figure 5: Windshield &...
  • Page 15 Using the car Mounting kit Clean and dry the mounting surface with a clean cotton cloth. If the ambient temperature is below +60°F (15°C), you can warm the mounting area and the suction cup (e.g. with a hair dryer) to ensure a strong suction bond. Install the car mount on the selected area.
  • Page 16 Figure 7: Mounting on the dashboard 10. Detach your unit from the Car mounting kit (ratching plate) Figure 8: Mounting on the dashboard Press lock button on ratching plate...
  • Page 17: Set Up Tmc Antenna Unit In Your Vehicle (Option)

    Set up TMC antenna unit in your vehicle (Option) Figure 9: TMC unit and TMC antenna Component Description TMC antenna jack Connects to the TMC antenna USB terminal Connects to the USB slot of the device USB slot Connects to the USB terminal of the car adaptor TMC antenna terminal Connects to the antenna jack of the TMC unit Suction cup...
  • Page 18 WARNING: Make sure that the TMC antenna does not obstruct the driver’s view, or interfere with the operation of vehicle airbags and safety devices. SANYO is not responsible for the availability or quality of traffic information provided by TMC. NOTE:...
  • Page 19: System

    3 System Initial settings Turn on the Battery ON / OFF switch. Select the desired language English/Español/Français. Set the time zone. The time displayed by the navigation software is set automatically when the GPS receives a signal. If you NOTE: would also like the time zone to be set automatically, set “Automatic Time Zone”...
  • Page 20: System Settings

    The Main Menu screen is displayed after the Warning screen. Description Battery Status Bluetooth Status : Bluetooth is “ON”. Mobile phone is not connected. : Mobile phone is connected. The name of the connected mobile phone System settings System setting can be used to view and adjust your device current preferences. Navigate from the “Settings” menu.
  • Page 21: Locale

    Camera / Camera settings This device can be used as a monitor for rear view cameras such as those manufactured by Sanyo CCA-BC200. If you use the rear view camera connect the “mini-Jack to RCA conversion cable” provided to the video output terminal of the rear view camera and insert it into the CAMERA-IN of the device.
  • Page 22 When “Camera Automatic Display” is set to “ON”, the screen will switch automatically when a camera image is input. If you would like to switch the camera image manually, set “Camera Automatic Display” to “OFF”. At such times, tap the “Camera” icon in the “Settings”...
  • Page 23: Fm Transmitter

    3.2.4 FM transmitter Tap the “FM Transmitter” icon in the “Settings” menu. When pressing the “FM Transmitter ON / OFF” button and setting it to “ON” , the FM Transmitter is set to “ON” and the speaker output is turned OFF. Tap the “XX.X MHz”...
  • Page 24 Tap the “Factory Reset” button to open a dialog box to select whether to reset the settings. Tap the “YES” button to reset the settings and the “NO” button not to reset the settings. Tap the “GPS Reset” button to open a dialog box to select whether to reset the GPS satellite receiver. Tap the “YES” button to reset the receiver and the “NO”...
  • Page 25: Communications

    4 Communications “Communications” provides the various functions with the Bluetooth mobile phone. “Communications” main menu is as follows: Description The name of the connected mobile phone Bluetooth Status : Bluetooth is “ON”. Mobile phone is not connected. : Mobile phone is connected. Connection Make sure the Bluetooth settings of your mobile phone.
  • Page 26: Mobile Phone Connection (Reconnect)

    The mobile phone will often require you to enter a password to connect the device. Enter “0000” on the mobile phone in this case. When the connection completes, the name of the connected phone is displayed on the title bar of the “Communications” screen. And the Bluetooth icon changes to green.
  • Page 27: Call-Out (Hands-Free Calling)

    Call-out (Hands-free Calling) “Call-out” screen is as follows: Call-out Name Description Start to make a call. History Call-out from the history of the incoming / outgoing call Contacts Call-out from the contacts. In detail, refer to 4.3. Call-out (in a phone call) Name Description Close a phone call.
  • Page 28: Receiving A Call

    4.2.2 Receiving a call When the connected mobile phone receives a call, the caller's phone number and two buttons are displayed on the screen. To receive a call, tap . To quit a call, tap On a phone call, are displayed at the top-right of the screen. On the “Settings”, you can do the setting of the automatic answer to phone call.
  • Page 29: Create New Entry

    4.3.1 Create new entry Tap “New” button. The “Input Entry” screen opens. Description Save: Save the entry Category Up / Down Item Up / Down Keyboard (Alphabet, Numbers, and Symbols) Input each item. All categories and items are as follows: Category Record First...
  • Page 30: Call-Out

    4.3.2 Call-out Select the entry and tap Select one of the enabled buttons, your unit starts to make a call to the selected number. 4.3.3 View Select one of the entries and tap the “View” button, the “View Contacts” screen opens. You can see the detailed information of the selected entry.
  • Page 31: Data Transfer

    Data transfer Tap the “Data Transfer” button in “Communications” screen. 4.4.1 File transfer Not all mobile phones support “File Transfer”. NOTE: Tap the “File Transfer” button. Files and folders on mobile phone appears. Tap the “Music Files” or “Photo Files” button to select file type you want to transfer to your unit from mobile phone. Select the file you want to transfer (allowed to select multiple files).
  • Page 32: Export Contacts To Sd

    4.4.3 Export contacts to SD Insert SD card to your unit. Tap the “Export Contacts to SD” button. Tap the entry you want to Export (allowed to select multiple entries). (You can select all entries using the “Select All” button) Tap the “Export”...
  • Page 33: Inbox

    4.5.1 Inbox You can receive and read the message of the connected phone via Bluetooth. The maximum number of the saved message in Inbox is 100. Unread messages are displayed with '*', and the unread number is displayed on the title bar. Select one of messages and tap the “Delete”...
  • Page 34: Outbox

    4.5.2 Outbox The sent message is saved to the Outbox. The maximum number of the saved message in Outbox is 100. Select one of messages and tap the “View” button, you can read the whole of the message on the “View SMS” screen. 4.5.3 Write SMS Input the destination number with A or B.
  • Page 35: Draft

    4.5.4 Draft The draft messages are saved to “Draft”. The maximum number of the saved message in Draft is 100. Select one of messages and tap the “Edit” button, the “Write SMS” screen opens. You can edit and send the selected message.
  • Page 36: Multimedia Players

    5 Multimedia Players Sanyo portable navigation system provides you with a full multi media entertainment system. Enjoy your favorite music, photo and movie on the road. Photo viewer 5.1.1 Features • Support for JPEG file. • Photo files on both of your unit’s internal memory and SD card can be displayed. (You can copy photo files from PC to your unit using USB cable.)
  • Page 37: Full Screen Display / Slide-Show

    5.1.3 Full screen display / slide-show Tap the screen or . then the screen changes to full screen and slide-show mode (displays automatically next file in a folder in a specific time) starts. The button which had been appear once is automatically disappear after 5 seconds. By tapping screen at full screen mode, but- tons appear / disappear.
  • Page 38: Background Music Mode

    Function Description Skip backwards/forwards Advances one song backward and forward Play / Pause Plays or Pauses the music Random Play Sets play-mode to random order Repeat Sets repeat mode (Song Repeat / Folder Repeat) File Changes to File Explorer screen to select file Memory/SD card Selects Data Storage (Internal Memory / SD card) Slide-bar...
  • Page 39: Video Player

    Video player 5.3.1 Features • Support for MPEG4/H.264 file • Movie files on both of your unit’s internal memory and SD card can be played back. (You can copy movie files from PC to your unit using USB cable.) • Fast Forward / Backward Play mode.
  • Page 40: Fast Forward / Backward Play Mode

    Full screen mode without buttons Full screen mode with buttons 5.3.4 Fast forward / backward play mode , then Fast Forward Play (2x -> 4x -> 8x -> 16x -> 32x) is started. , then Fast Backward Play (2x -> 4x -> 8x -> 16x -> 32x) is started. USB mass storage You can use your unit as the external mass storage disk of your PC.
  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    6 Troubleshooting Your device does not turn on. • Check that the battery switch is ON. • Check that the Car adaptor is connected to your device. • Check that the battery power of your device is enough. The internal battery cannot be charged or charging time is long. •...
  • Page 42: Getting A Gps Fix Takes Longer Time Than Normal

    6.10 Getting a GPS fix takes longer time than normal. • If the previous GPS fix position was more than 500 km or 12 hours apart from your current position and time, it will take significantly longer than the standard TTFF time to get a GPS fix. This is due to the nature of the GPS algorithm and rota- tional velocity between the satellites and planet Earth, and deemed normal.

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