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3 Odyssey
Navigation Manual
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P/N 00X31-TK8-8200
© 2012Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

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  • Page 1: Navigation Manual

    3 Odyssey Navigation Manual (Unlinked) This document does not contain hyperlinks and may be formatted for printing instead of web use. This is due to changes in content and specifications of the vehicle that happen throughout the model year. This manual will be replaced with a hyperlinked version at the end of the model year.

  • Page 2

    The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd., reserves the right, however, to discontinue or change specifications or design at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Quick Reference Guide 2 System Setup P. 19 Start-up 20 Voice Control System 22 Interface Settings 24 Personal Information 37 Music Search 45 Routing & Guidance 49 Clock Adjustment 58 Vehicle 61 Data Reset 64 System Setup P.19 2 Navigation P. 67 Entering a Destination 68 Calculating the Route 90 Driving to Your Destination 93...

  • Page 4

    Overview—Functions at a Glance Navigation You can select any place/landmark as a destination by using voice control or the Interface Dial. The navigation system gives you turn-by-turn driving directions to your destination. Store home addresses (P42) Register home addresses. Store contacts (P38) Store up to contacts in...

  • Page 5: Other Features

    Audio The advanced audio system provides clear, well-defined sound and makes the most of your music. Enjoy listening to a variety of audio sources, such as: AM/FM Radio iPod® (P132) (P155) XM® Radio USB Flash Drive (P136) (P160) Compact Disc Bluetooth®...

  • Page 6: System Controls

    System Controls AM/FM Button (P132) CD Button (P141) Display Navigation Screen TITLE Button (P6) HDD Button (P145) VOL 9 (Volume/Power) USB/AUX Button (P155) Knob (P6) DVD Button (P6) DVD/CD Slot (P6) CD Slot (P6) AUDIO Button SCAN Button (P6) (P6) CATEGORY Bar (P6) Preset Buttons...

  • Page 7: Voice Help

    Voice Control Operation b Say a voice command. Voice Comand Index (P245) a Press and release the d (Talk) button. The audio system is muted during voice control mode. Carefully read the usage note for the voice control. Voice Control System (P22) Voice Help Microphone d (Talk Button)

  • Page 8: Loading A Disc

    Audio System You can play music from a wide array of media sources. You can also control the audio system using voice commands. Basic Operation Loading a Disc a Press the VOL 9 c Rotate the VOL 9 b Select the audio source. a Press the CD or DVD (Volume/Power) (Volume/Power)

  • Page 9

    Audio Control Display Press the AUDIO button to display the audio system on the navigation screen. FM/AM Radio , XM® Radio Compact Disc (P132) (P136) (P141) Band Disc mode Stereo indicator Play mode Recorded icon Recording icon Recording ready icon Presets Tune, scan, and Repeat, random, scan, and...

  • Page 10

    Interface Dial/ENTER Button Operation You will see these icons in each chapter. Rotate dial Press ENTER They represent how you can operate the Interface Dial. Changes scale Selects function Press ENTER Selects map icon Map screens Rotate dial Map screens Move up Move left Move down...

  • Page 11: Using Voice Control

    How to Enter Information You can enter information (e.g., city names, street names, personal names, and business names comprising letters, numbers, and symbols) when prompted on input screens by two different methods. Using Voice Control Using the Interface Dial When you see d in this manual, voice commands are available for Rotate i to highlight a character.

  • Page 12: Map Screen Legend

    Flow or incident data not available Traffic information not available Landmark icons (P106) Traffic information off or map Acura dealer scale too large Honda dealer No icon: Out of coverage area School Current map scale Parking lot Feature areas Parking garage...

  • Page 13: During Route Guidance

    During Route Guidance During route guidance, route information is displayed on the map screen and guidance screen. Press the MAP/GUIDE button to toggle between the map and guidance screen. Map Screen Map Menu Contains map or routing options. Calculated route (P93) Next guidance Destination direction...

  • Page 14: Going Home

    Navigation—Home Addresses and Going Home The “Home” feature automatically routes you to your home address from any location simply by selecting Go Home 1 or 2, or saying d “Go Home.” You can store two home addresses as Home Address 1 and Home Address 2. (P42) Storing Your Home Address Going Home f Enter a name.

  • Page 15

    Navigation—Entering a Destination Enter your destination using one of several methods, then follow route guidance on the map or guidance screen to your destination. You can also perform these steps using d voice control. e Rotate i to select your destination h Rotate i to select OK.

  • Page 16: Adding A Waypoint

    Navigation—Changing Route or Destination You can alter your route by adding waypoints to visit, adding streets to avoid, or changing your destination during route guidance. Adding a Waypoint Changing Your Canceling Your Route (“Pit Stop”) Destination a Press the DEST/ROUTE button. You can add up to four waypoints along There are four methods you can use to your route.

  • Page 17: Basic Operation

    Rear Entertainment System (P189) The rear passengers can enjoy a wide array of audio/visual sources with the Rear Entertainment System (RES). The rear passengers can use wireless headphones and operate the system with the remote control panel. Overhead Screen and Rear Control Panel Basic Operation Select the audio source.

  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting (P219) For more Information How do I specify a destination when an entered city or Why does the vehicle position icon on the map “lag” a street could not be found? short distance behind my actual position, especially at intersections? Try entering the street first.

  • Page 19

    How to Use This Manual This section explains different methods on how you can easily find information in this manual. Searching the Table of Contents (P1) Contents Contents Two types of Tables of Contents help you find your desired information. More Detailed Contents Table of Contents...

  • Page 20

    After following the menu tree, step-by-step instructions explain how to achieve the desired result. DEST/ROUTE Button Address Book Menu Tree The menu tree helps guide you through the system’s menu options. To get to your desired function, follow the menu tree in order of the steps shown.

  • Page 21: System Setup

    System Setup This section describes the start-up procedure, and the navigation and audio system setup functions. Start-up ........... 20 PIN Numbers ...........43 Resetting the Clock Settings ....59 Voice Control System ......22 Previous Destinations ......44 Vehicle ............. 61 Command Input ........22 Music Search ..........45 Off-road Tracking........

  • Page 22: Start-up

    Start-up Start-up The navigation system starts automatically when you turn the ignition to ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II). At start-up, the following Confirmation screen is displayed. If the navigation system loses power at any time, you may be prompted for the 5-digit security 1.

  • Page 23

    Start-up 4. Rotate i to select an option. Start-up Press u. You can set a calendar event reminder. 2 Calendar P. 211  Your current position is displayed on the map screen. Remind Later You can skip the reminder by pressing the CANCEL button.

  • Page 24: Voice Control System

    Voice Control System d (Talk) Button Your vehicle has a voice control system that allows hands-free operation of most of the navigation system functions. You can also control the audio and climate control When you press the d (Talk) button, a helpful system, and make and receive phone calls using Bluetooth®...

  • Page 25: Voice Recognition

    Voice Control SystemVoice Recognition Voice Recognition Voice Recognition To achieve optimum voice recognition when using either the navigation voice control system or Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®: The voice control system can only be used from the driver’s seat because the microphone unit Make sure the correct screen is displayed for the voice command that you are removes noises from the front passenger’s side.

  • Page 26: Interface Settings

    Interface Settings Display and Volume Settings H INFO button  Setup Display and Volume Settings Use the Main Setup screen to adjust the display and volume. You can set separate daytime and nighttime settings for Brightness, Contrast, and Black 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press Level.

  • Page 27: Interface Dial Feedback

    Interface SettingsInterface Dial Feedback Interface Dial Feedback H INFO button   Setup Interface Dial Feedback Interface Dial Feedback Set if and when the system reads aloud a selection made using the Interface Dial. You can use this feature to minimize the need to look at the screen while operating the Interface Rotate i to select an option.

  • Page 28: Basic Settings

    Interface SettingsBasic Settings Basic Settings H INFO button    Setup Other Basic Settings Set the map units to either miles or kilometers (km), and control the voice feedback from the navigation system. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Units: Sets the map units to either miles (factory default) or kilometers (km).

  • Page 29: Color

    Interface SettingsColor Color H INFO button    Setup Other Color Choose the color of the navigation map and system menus. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Map Color: Sets the color of the map screen. P.

  • Page 30: Map Color

    Interface SettingsColor ■ Map Color Map Color For Day mode H INFO button     Setup Other Color Map Color Set to WHITE (factory default is BEIGE) to obtain Set separate map colors for Day and Night modes. the best daytime display contrast.

  • Page 31: Switching Display Mode Manually

    Interface SettingsColor ■ Switching Display Mode Manually Switching Display Mode Manually A visual guide helps you see the difference Set the screen brightness separately for Day and Night modes. Press the a between Day and Night modes. (Display mode) button to cycle through the display modes (Day to Night to Off). 2 Day or Night Mode P.

  • Page 32

    Interface SettingsColor Illumination Priority Operation control a button Selects Day, Night, or Off display mode. This button has the highest priority and overrides all other display control adjustments listed below. Remember: Once you press this button, you assume full manual control of the display mode until the ignition is turned off.

  • Page 33: Language

    Interface SettingsLanguage Language H INFO button    Setup Other Language Language Set the system language used on all screens. You can choose from three languages: Voice confirmation of cities and streets only occurs when English is the system language. English, Français (French), Español (Spanish).

  • Page 34: Wallpaper

    Interface SettingsWallpaper Wallpaper H INFO button   Clock/Wallpaper Picture Setup Select, delete, and import wallpaper pictures for display on the screen. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Select a Picture for Wallpaper: Sets the desired picture for the wallpaper. P.

  • Page 35

    Interface SettingsWallpaper ■ Setting the Wallpaper Type H INFO button   Clock/Wallpaper Wallpaper Type Rotate i to select an option to change the design. Press u. Continued...

  • Page 36

    Interface SettingsWallpaper ■ Selecting a Wallpaper Picture Selecting a Wallpaper Picture Two images are provided for the HDD as a H INFO button    Clock/Wallpaper Picture Setup Select a Picture for factory default. Wallpaper 1. Rotate i to select a picture. Press ...

  • Page 37

    Interface SettingsWallpaper ■ Deleting Pictures from HDD Deleting Pictures from HDD If there are no pictures on the HDD, “No Entries H INFO button    Clock/Wallpaper Picture Setup Delete Pictures on HDD Exist” is displayed. 1. Rotate i to select a picture. Press You can only delete pictures when the vehicle is in Park.

  • Page 38: Importing Pictures From Usb

    Interface SettingsWallpaper ■ Importing Pictures from USB Importing Pictures from USB H INFO button You can only import pictures when the vehicle is    Clock/Wallpaper Picture Setup Import Pictures from in Park. You can connect a USB flash drive using the USB 1.

  • Page 39: Personal Information

    Personal Information H INFO button   Setup Personal Information Personal Information Use the personal information menu to select and set your address books, home Personal information cannot be backed up or addresses, and PIN numbers. You can also delete unwanted destinations from the list moved to another navigation system.

  • Page 40: Address Book

    Personal InformationAddress Book Address Book H INFO button    Setup Personal Information Address Book Address Book Store up to 200 address entries in two address books. You can add, edit, and delete If you have PIN-protected your address book, enter your PIN when prompted.

  • Page 41

    Personal InformationAddress Book 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press The following items are available: Edit Name: Edits the name of the entry. Edit Address: Edits the address of the entry. Edit Phone No.: Edits the phone number of the entry. Edit Category: Specifies the category of the entry.

  • Page 42

    Personal InformationAddress Book The following items are available: Adding an Address Book Entry Current Position: Select your current position. When you use Place Name or Place Category, the phone number is automatically entered. Address: Enter an address on the character input screen when prompted. P.

  • Page 43

    Personal InformationAddress Book ■ Selecting an Address Book Category Selecting an Address Book Category You can have up to 100 categories (including H INFO button    Setup Personal Information Address Book “UNFILED”). 1. Rotate i to select an address. If you delete a category that is used by other Press u.

  • Page 44: Home Addresses

    Personal InformationHome Addresses ■ Deleting an Address Book Entry Deleting an Address Book Entry When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, H INFO button    Setup Personal Information Address Book delete all address book entries. 1. Rotate i to select the address to delete.

  • Page 45: Pin Numbers

    Personal InformationPIN Numbers PIN Numbers H INFO button    Setup Personal Information PIN Number PIN Numbers Set a 4-digit PIN for protecting personal addresses and your home addresses. Once you set a PIN, you are prompted to enter it whenever you access a personal address Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a or a home address.

  • Page 46: Previous Destinations

    Personal InformationPrevious Destinations Previous Destinations H INFO button    Setup Personal Information Previous Destinations Previous Destinations The navigation system maintains a list of your previously routed destinations as a Up to 50 destinations can be stored. shortcut for entering the same destination in the future. You can delete some or all To cancel the selection of a previous destination, of your previous destinations from the list.

  • Page 47: Music Search

    Music Search H INFO button    Setup Other Music Search Use this feature to set up the music search abilities when using Song By Voice™ (SBV) commands. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Song By Voice: Turns the feature on or off.

  • Page 48: Song By Voice™ (sbv)

    Music SearchSong By Voice™ (SBV) Song By Voice™ (SBV) H INFO button     Setup Other Music Search Song By Voice Use SBV to search for and play music from your HDD or iPod® using voice commands. Use this setting to enable SBV. Rotate i to select an option.

  • Page 49: Phonetic Modification

    Music SearchPhonetic Modification Phonetic Modification H INFO button     Setup Other Music Search Phonetic Modification Phonetic Modification Add phonetic modifications of difficult or foreign words so that it is easier for SBV to Phonetic Modification is grayed out when Song By Voice is set to OFF.

  • Page 50

    Music SearchPhonetic Modification 3. Rotate i to select the item to modify (e.g., Artist). Press u. 4. Rotate i to select an entry (e.g., “No Name”). Press u. 5. Rotate i to select Edit. Press u. Rotate i to select Play to ...

  • Page 51: Routing & Guidance

    Routing & Guidance H INFO button    Setup Other Routing & Guidance Choose various settings that determine the navigation system functionality during route guidance. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Rerouting: Sets the route recalculation to automatic or manual mode. P.

  • Page 52: Rerouting

    Routing & GuidanceRerouting Guidance Screen Interruption: Sets whether the guidance screen interrupts the audio screen display. P. 57 2 Guidance Screen Interruption Rerouting Rerouting If you live in an area with poor mapping, you H INFO button    ...

  • Page 53: Unverified Area Routing

    Routing & GuidanceUnverified Area Routing Unverified Area Routing H INFO button     Setup Other Routing & Guidance Unverified Area Unverified Area Routing Routing Unverified roads are found in rural areas, and typically include residential streets away from the Receive turn-by-turn map and voice guidance in unverified areas.

  • Page 54

    Routing & GuidanceUnverified Area Routing Differences OFF (factory default) Guidance There is no turn-by-turn map or Voice guidance commands end (map/voice) voice guidance. with the phrase “if possible” to remind you to verify all traffic restrictions. Directions A direction list is typically not A direction list is provided list available.

  • Page 55: Edit Avoid Area

    Routing & GuidanceEdit Avoid Area Edit Avoid Area H INFO button     Setup Other Routing & Guidance Edit Avoid Area Edit Avoid Area Specify up to five areas to avoid (e.g., road construction, closures), if possible, when The maximum size of an “avoid area”...

  • Page 56

    Routing & GuidanceEdit Avoid Area 5. Rotate i to select a method for specifying the area. Press u. The following options are available: Address: Specify the general area by entering an address. P. 70 2 Address Map Input: Specify the general area by map input. P.

  • Page 57: Edit Waypoint Search Area

    Routing & GuidanceEdit Waypoint Search Area Edit Waypoint Search Area H INFO button     Setup Other Routing & Guidance Edit Waypoint Edit Waypoint Search Area Search Area The search distance does not affect the search range used for the Find Nearest voice commands Select the distance from your highlighted route line (on either side of your route) (e.g., say “Find nearest gas station”).

  • Page 58: Street Name Guidance

    Routing & GuidanceStreet Name Guidance Street Name Guidance H INFO button     Setup Other Routing & Guidance Street Name Street Name Guidance Guidance Street Name Guidance is grayed out when the system language is not set to English. The navigation system includes the street names during voice guidance (e.g., “Turn right on Main Street”).

  • Page 59: Guidance Screen Interruption

    Routing & GuidanceGuidance Screen Interruption Guidance Screen Interruption H INFO button     Setup Other Routing & Guidance Guidance Screen Interruption The navigation system temporarily interrupts the audio screen display to view the guidance screen as you approach a guidance point. Rotate i to select an option.

  • Page 60: Clock Adjustment

    Clock Adjustment H INFO button   Clock/Wallpaper Clock Adjustment Clock Adjustment Set the automatic adjustment of the system clock for daylight saving and You can check the time and date from any international time zones. screen using voice commands. 2 Global Commands P.

  • Page 61: Adjust Time

    Clock AdjustmentAdjust Time Adjust Time H INFO button    Clock/Wallpaper Clock Adjustment Adjust Time Adjust the current time (hours and minutes). 1. Move w or y to select HOUR or MINUTE. 2. Rotate i to adjust the value. 3.

  • Page 62: Setting The Clock Type

    Clock AdjustmentSetting the Clock Type Setting the Clock Type H INFO button   Clock/Wallpaper Clock Type Set the design of the clock screen. 1. Move w or y to select Type or Background. 2. Rotate i to select an option to change the design.

  • Page 63: Vehicle

    Vehicle H INFO button    Setup Other Vehicle Set the off-road tracking feature and correct the vehicle position displayed on the map. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Off-road Tracking: Set whether to display the tracking dots on the map. P.

  • Page 64: Off-road Tracking

    VehicleOff-road Tracking Off-road Tracking H INFO button     Setup Other Vehicle Off-road Tracking Off-road Tracking The navigation system displays white off-road tracking dots (“breadcrumbs”) on the To clear existing breadcrumbs, set Off-road Tracking to OFF, exit the Setup screen, and then map screen whenever you drive into an area approximately 1/2 mile away from a set Off-road Tracking to ON again.

  • Page 65: Correct Vehicle Position

    VehicleCorrect Vehicle Position Correct Vehicle Position H INFO button     Setup Other Vehicle Correct Vehicle Position Correct Vehicle Position Manually adjust the current position of the vehicle as displayed on the map screen if An apparent position error can occur where buildings, tunnels, and other objects block or the position appears to be incorrect.

  • Page 66: Data Reset

    Data Reset Reset Factory Default Settings H INFO button    Setup Other Reset Factory Default Reset Factory Default Settings Reset all the settings on the Setup screens and multi-view rear camera brightness When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, reset all settings to default and delete all settings to their factory default.

  • Page 67: Clear Personal Data

    Data ResetClear Personal Data Clear Personal Data H INFO button    Setup Other Clear Personal Data Clear Personal Data Delete uploaded data, calendar entries, address books, or stored destinations, or When you transfer the vehicle to a third party, reset all settings to default and delete all reset other settings to their factory defaults.

  • Page 69: Navigation

    Navigation This section describes how to enter a destination, select a route to take, and follow the route to your destination. It also describes how to change your route or destination along the way. Entering a Destination ......68 Calculating the Route ......90 Changing Your Route ......

  • Page 70: Entering A Destination

    Entering a Destination H DEST/ROUTE button Entering a Destination This section describes how to enter a destination for route guidance. “Display Menu”, “Display Navigation” Rotate i to select an item. Press u. If you press the DEST/ROUTE button when en Move y to select Dest.

  • Page 71

    Entering a Destination Place Name: Sets a destination by entering a place name. P. 77 2 Place Name Place Category: Sets a destination by selecting a place/landmark. P. 80 2 Place Category Place Phone No.: Sets a destination by entering the phone number of a place/ landmark.

  • Page 72: Address

    Entering a DestinationAddress Address H DEST/ROUTE button  Address Enter an address to use as the destination. The state or province you are currently in is displayed (e.g., California). Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: City: Selects your destination city.

  • Page 73: Selecting The State Or Province

    Entering a DestinationAddress ■ Selecting the State or Province Selecting the State or Province Move w to select USA for the American H DEST/ROUTE button   Address Change State mainland, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Move y to Rotate i to select a state from the select Canada/AK for Canada and Alaska.

  • Page 74

    Entering a DestinationAddress 3. Rotate i to select the destination city from the list. Press u.  Next, you are prompted to enter a street name. P. 73 2 Selecting a Street Selecting a City by Name Vehicle position may not be displayed when: the automobile is traveling off-road.

  • Page 75

    Entering a DestinationAddress 2. Rotate i to select your Selecting a City by Name destination city from the list. Press If your city is not listed, it may be part of a larger metropolitan area. Try entering the street first. ...

  • Page 76

    Entering a DestinationAddress 2. Rotate i to select your Selecting a Street destination street from the list. If you did not select a city first and there is more Press u. than one city with the specified street, a list of cities is displayed.

  • Page 77: Address Book

    Entering a DestinationAddress Book Address Book H DEST/ROUTE button  Address Book Address Book Select an address stored in your address book to use as the destination. If you have PIN-protected your address book, enter your PIN when prompted. Move r to 1.

  • Page 78: Previous Destination

    Entering a DestinationPrevious Destination Previous Destination H DEST/ROUTE button  Previous Destination Previous Destination Select an address from a list of your 50 most recent destinations to use as the If Previous Destination is grayed out, there are destination. The list is displayed with the most recent destination at the top. no previous destinations entered.

  • Page 79: Place Name

    Entering a DestinationPlace Name Place Name H DEST/ROUTE button  Place Name Place Name Enter the name of a place (e.g., business, hotel, restaurant) stored in the map This option is convenient if you know the exact name of a place. database to use as the destination.

  • Page 80

    Entering a DestinationPlace Name ■ Place Name in Multiple Categories Place Name in Multiple Categories Move r to select SORT BY CITY or SORT BY If the place name is in multiple categories in the map database, the following screen DISTANCE.

  • Page 81

    Entering a DestinationPlace Name 3. Rotate i to select a place. Press 4. Set the route to your destination. P. 90 2 Calculating the Route...

  • Page 82: Place Category

    Entering a DestinationPlace Category Place Category H DEST/ROUTE button  Place Category Place Category Select the category of a place (e.g., Banking, Lodging, Restaurant) stored in the map This option is convenient if you do not know the database to search for the destination. exact name of a place or if you want to narrow down the number of matches returned for places 1.

  • Page 83

    Entering a DestinationPlace Category 3. Rotate i to select an item. Press Place Category Sort by Distance to Travel For locations sorted by distance to travel, you can move r to select MORE to increase the scope of the search. The number of locations increases to 100, 200, and up to 1000.

  • Page 84

    Entering a DestinationPlace Category 4. Rotate i to select a place name Place Category from the list. Press u. The straight line distance (as the crow flies, not driving distance) and direction to the destination 5. Set the route to your destination. are shown for the highlighted place.

  • Page 85

    Entering a DestinationPlace Category ■ To store a subcategory in favorites: Favorite Subcategories 1. Rotate i to select a subcategory Stored categories on any subcategory screen. A subcategory stored in Fav. Subcategory has a 2. Move r to select ADD TO FAV. star at the end of the line.

  • Page 86: Place Phone Number

    Entering a DestinationPlace Phone Number Place Phone Number H DEST/ROUTE button   Dest. MENU 2 Place Phone No. Place Phone Number Select a destination by phone number. Only phone numbers in the database are All 10 digits must be entered. recognized.

  • Page 87

    Entering a DestinationZAGAT 2. Rotate i to select the sort ZAGAT® method used to list the restaurants. Selecting this sorting method will show you Press u. ZAGAT's highest-rated restaurants by the options, and not necessarily by distance from your current location. You can move y to select z (or say d “ZAGAT List Number X,”...

  • Page 88: Coordinate

    Entering a DestinationCoordinate Coordinate H DEST/ROUTE button   Dest. MENU 2 Coordinate Coordinate Specify a location using latitude and longitude map coordinates. Latitude and longitude must be entered up to the seconds’ value. 1. Enter the latitude. Move r to select OK.

  • Page 89: Intersection

    Entering a DestinationIntersection Intersection H DEST/ROUTE button   Dest. MENU 2 Intersection Intersection Select the intersection of two streets as the destination. The state or province for It is usually easier to select Street to find the streets first. The city or cities that the streets are your current location is displayed at the top of the screen (e.g., California).

  • Page 90: Map Input

    Entering a DestinationMap Input Map Input H DEST/ROUTE button   Dest. MENU 2 Map Input Use the Interface Dial to manually select an icon or a location on the map screen as the destination. You are prompted to define the map area to display. 1.

  • Page 91

    Entering a DestinationMap Input Map Input 2. Scroll the map to position the cursor over your desired A yellow box (shown at scales above 1/4 mile) destination, adjusting the map denotes the area that can be viewed when you scale as necessary. Press u. press u on the current map.

  • Page 92: Calculating The Route

    Calculating the Route Calculating the Route This section describes how to calculate your route. 1. Rotate i to select OK. Press u. The current route preferences are displayed as icons on the top right of the Calculate Route  The system calculates and screen.

  • Page 93: Changing The Route Preference

    Calculating the RouteChanging the Route Preference Changing the Route Preference Changing the Route Preference Change the route preference by selecting minimum or maximum driving methods. 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press The calculated route may not be the route you would choose.

  • Page 94: Viewing The Routes

    Calculating the RouteViewing the Routes Viewing the Routes Viewing the Routes View three different routes to your destination. It is not unusual for some calculated route Rotate i to select a route. Press u. options to be identical. The travel distance and estimated travel time is displayed for each route.

  • Page 95: Driving To Your Destination

    Driving to Your Destination This section describes how to follow the route guidance to your destination, receive traffic information, and choose the icons displayed on the map screen. Viewing the Route Viewing the Route d “Display Map” You can change the map scale using voice ■...

  • Page 96: Route Line

    Driving to Your DestinationViewing the Route ■ Guidance Screen Guidance Screen A visual guide helps you check the guidance The guidance screen offers an alternative way to view your route. screen. 2 Guidance Screen P. 11 In single-screen mode, press the MAP/ GUIDE button to switch between the map and guidance screens.

  • Page 97: Deviating From The Planned Route

    Driving to Your DestinationViewing the Route If Unverified Area Routing is ON, Blue-pink route line the route line changes to a blue- pink line to indicate that the route line uses unverified streets. ■ Deviating From the Planned Route Deviating From the Planned Route If Rerouting is set to MANUAL and you go off If you momentarily leave the calculated route, the system automatically recalculates route, the system waits for you to manually...

  • Page 98

    Driving to Your DestinationViewing the Route ■ Driving Off-road Driving Off-road A message “Not on a digitized road” may appear If you leave all mapped (digitized) roads, the system automatically starts displaying a when you drive half a mile away from a mapped series of dots (breadcrumbs) to track the path you are taking.

  • Page 99: Listening To Voice Guidance

    Driving to Your DestinationListening to Voice Guidance Listening to Voice Guidance H ENTER button (on map)  Voice Listening to Voice Guidance d “Voice” (on the map screen) As you approach each guidance point, a pop-up window is displayed on the map screen with instructions for you to follow.

  • Page 100: Map Menu

    Map Menu Displaying the Map Menu Map Menu Use the Map Menu to control the icons displayed on the screen, and to display traffic information. You can also use the Map Menu to find locations or to cancel the route. If you scroll the map while en route, press the MAP/GUIDE (or CANCEL/BACK) button to return 1.

  • Page 101

    Map MenuDisplaying the Map Menu Guidance Menu: Allows you to set or confirm the guidance points and freeway exits for your route. P. 100 2 Guidance Menu Find Nearest…: Allows you to find the nearest place/landmark (e.g., nearest gas station) by specifying a category. You can then add the location to the list of destinations, set as a waypoint, or set as your destination.

  • Page 102: Guidance Menu

    Map MenuGuidance Menu Guidance Menu H ENTER button (on map)  Guidance Menu Display the guidance points and freeway exits for your route, and set the display mode for the map and guidance screens. Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Directions: Displays a list of the guidance points.

  • Page 103

    Map MenuGuidance Menu ■ Directions Directions H ENTER button (on map) Guidance points with exit information are   Guidance Menu Directions indicated by a (freeway exit information) Display a list of the guidance points on your route for your confirmation. icon.

  • Page 104

    Map MenuGuidance Menu ■ Freeway Exit Information Freeway Exit Information d “Display Freeway Exit Information” H ENTER button (on map)   Guidance Menu Exit Info. You can scroll the map and select a (freeway Display a list of the freeway exits for the route. You can view freeway exit exit information) icon on the map screen to information (whether the exit is near gas stations, restaurants, ATMs, etc.) and add display the freeway exit information.

  • Page 105: Guidance Mode

    Map MenuGuidance Menu ■ Guidance Mode Guidance Mode H ENTER button (on map) The guidance mode can also be selected from   Guidance Menu Guidance Mode the System Setup menu. Select the display mode during route guidance: single-screen mode (default) or split- 2 Routing &...

  • Page 106

    Map MenuGuidance Menu Guidance Mode Split Screen: Displays the map and guidance information simultaneously on the map screen. Next guidance point The next guidance point (the pop-up window) is displayed on the map screen as you approach a Press the guidance point in the single-screen mode.

  • Page 107: Map Information

    Map MenuMap Information Map Information H ENTER button (on map)  Map Information Select the landmark icons to display on the map, change the orientation of the map, display your current location, and learn the meaning of the icons, colors, and symbols displayed on the map.

  • Page 108: Showing Icons On The Map

    Map MenuMap Information ■ Showing Icons on the Map Showing Icons on the Map H ENTER button (on map) You can display or hide the icons using voice   Map Information Show Icon on Map commands on the map screen (e.g., say d The icon bar along the bottom of the screen allows you to select the icons that are “Display hospital”).

  • Page 109

    Map MenuMap Information ■ Fine-tuning the Icons Fine-tuning the Icons Icons in some categories can be fine-tuned to display or hide. To display the “Other Icons,” be sure to turn on OTHER ICON in the icon bar. 1. Rotate i to select an icon category from the list (e.g., Other Icons).

  • Page 110: Map Orientation

    Map MenuMap Information ■ Map Orientation Map Orientation d “Display Heading-up” (from map screen), d H ENTER button (on map)  Map Information “Display North-up” (from map screen) Select the map orientation. The red arrow in the symbol always points North. Rotate i to select North-up or On scales greater than 1 mile, North-up mode is Heading-up.

  • Page 111: Current Location

    Map MenuMap Information ■ Current Location Current Location d “Display Current Location” (on map screen) H ENTER button (on map)   Map Information Current Location You can also save the current location by saying Display and save your current location for future use as a destination. The address, d “Register the Current Location”.

  • Page 112: Map Legend

    Map MenuMap Information ■ Map Legend Map Legend H ENTER button (on map) A visual guide helps you see the map legend.   Map Information Map Legend 2 Map Screen Legend P. 10 See an overview of the map lines, areas, routes, traffic information, and navigation icons.

  • Page 113

    Map MenuMap Information ■ Map Scale and Functions Map Scale & Functions You can change the map scale using voice The functions that are available from the map screen depend on the map scale. commands on the map screen (e.g., say d “Display 2 mile scale”).

  • Page 114

    Map Icons & Functions You can display or hide the icons using voice Display or hide all icons on the map screen, with the exception of Honda/Acura commands on the map screen (e.g., say d Dealer icons which are always shown.

  • Page 115

    Map MenuMap Information ■ Traffic icon Traffic Incident When you use the Interface Dial to position the Icon display Icon Icon cursor (round red circle) over the traffic incident Type control selectable searchable icon, you can view the summary of the incident. Traffic speed When you press u to select the traffic incident Traffic incident...

  • Page 116: Fm Traffic

    Map MenuFM Traffic FM Traffic H ENTER button (on map)  Traffic Incidents FM Traffic d “Display traffic incidents”, d “Display traffic View and avoid specific incidents and/or congestion on your route: list” 1. Rotate i to select an incident from the list.

  • Page 117

    Map MenuFM Traffic 2. Press u to select TRAFFIC FM Traffic DETAIL. You can choose to avoid up to 10 traffic incidents. It is not always possible for the system to calculate a route that avoids all traffic incidents or specific traffic incidents you select. The “On Route”...

  • Page 118: Changing Your Route

    Changing Your Route H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route) Changing Your Route d “Display Menu”, d “Display Navigation” This section describes how to alter your route, add an interim “waypoint” (pit stop), choose a different destination, cancel your current destination, and continue your (when en route) trip after stopping.

  • Page 119: Canceling The Route

    Changing Your RouteCanceling the Route Canceling the Route H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route)  Cancel Route Canceling the Route Cancel the route guidance and remove the destination and all waypoints from the You can also cancel your route from the Map destination list.

  • Page 120: Adding Waypoints

    Changing Your RouteAdding Waypoints 2. Move r to select OK.  The system calculates a new route. Adding Waypoints Adding Waypoints Waypoints allow you to stop for gas or food, for Add up to four waypoints (pit stops) along the route to your destination. example, and then continue on to your destination.

  • Page 121

    Changing Your RouteAdding Waypoints ■ Adding Waypoints from the Route Menu Adding Waypoints H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route)  Search method Waypoint 1. Rotate i to select a search “Search around” method method and location to add a waypoint. Press u. “Search along”...

  • Page 122

    Changing Your RouteAdding Waypoints 3. Rotate i to select a place. Press  The waypoint is added to the Destination List. 4. Move r to select OK.  The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen.

  • Page 123

    Changing Your RouteAdding Waypoints ■ Adding Waypoints from the Calculate Route Screen 1. Rotate i to select ADD TO Dest. List. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select a location in the Destination List. Press u. 3. Move r to select OK. ...

  • Page 124: Editing The Destination List

    Changing Your RouteEditing the Destination List Editing the Destination List H DEST/ROUTE button (when en route)  Destination List Delete or edit the order of waypoints. 1. Move y to select Edit. Move w to select Map to  display the destination and waypoints on the map screen.

  • Page 125: Changing Your Destination

    Changing Your Destination There are several methods you can use to change the route destination. Find Nearest Place Find Nearest Point of Interest d “Find Nearest…” (on map screen) H ENTER button (on map)  Find Nearest… The Find Nearest voice command is the fastest Search for the nearest place/landmark on the map screen and set it as your method of specifying a place/landmark as your destination.

  • Page 126: Selecting A Destination On The Map

    Changing Your DestinationSelecting a Destination on the Map Selecting a Destination on the Map Selecting a Destination on the Map Select a new destination when en route by selecting a location on the map. If there is more than one icon or street under the 1.

  • Page 127: Entering A New Destination

    Changing Your DestinationEntering a New Destination 3. Rotate i to select an option. Press u.  The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen. The following options are available: Set as New Destination: Sets the location as your new destination. Add to Dest.

  • Page 128

    Changing Your DestinationEntering a New Destination 3. Rotate i to select an option. Press u.  The route is automatically recalculated and displayed on the map screen. The following options are available: Set as New Destination: Sets the location as your new destination. Add to Dest.

  • Page 129: Resuming Your Trip

    Resuming Your Trip Continuing Your Trip Stop your vehicle en route (e.g., to rest, stop for gas, etc.), and then continue on your route. The Continue Trip screen has the same options as when you calculate a route. If you did not complete your route, the Continue Trip screen is displayed when you 2 Calculating the Route P.

  • Page 131: Audio

    Audio This section describes how to operate the audio system. You can play music from a wide array of media sources, and control the audio system using the audio buttons, the Interface Dial, or voice control. Audio System ..........130 Audio Menu...........

  • Page 132: Audio System

    Audio System About Your Audio System About Your Audio System The audio system features FM/AM radio and XM® Radio. It can also play audio discs, WMA/MP3/AAC tracks, iPods®, USB flash drives, and Bluetooth® devices. XM® Radio is available on a subscription basis only.

  • Page 133: Auxiliary Input Jack

    Audio SystemAuxiliary Input Jack Auxiliary Input Jack Auxiliary Input Jack Use the jack in the front console compartment to connect standard audio devices. To switch the mode, press any of the other audio 1. Open the AUX cover. mode buttons. You can return to the AUX mode 2.

  • Page 134: Playing Fm/am Radio

    Playing FM/AM Radio Selecting FM/AM Mode Playing FM/AM Radio 1. Press the AM/FM button. d “Display audio screen”  Press the AM/FM button again, if necessary, to select the frequency band (AM, FM1, FM2). You can control the radio using voice control commands.

  • Page 135: Audio Menu

    Playing FM/AM RadioAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in FM/AM mode)  AUDIO MENU Audio Menu Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The A.SEL indicator comes on the display when A.SEL is ON. If you do not like the stations Auto Select has stored, you can change the frequencies stored in the preset buttons manually.

  • Page 136: Radio Data System (rds)

    Playing FM/AM RadioRadio Data System (RDS) Radio Data System (RDS) Provides text data information related to your selected RDS capable FM station. ■ RDS Info Display Press the TITLE button to turn RDS information on or off. When set to ON, the name of the FM station is displayed on the display.

  • Page 137

    Playing FM/AM RadioRadio Data System (RDS) ■ Radio Text Display Radio Text Display H AUDIO button (in FM/AM mode) The RDS indicator comes on the display when the   AUDIO MENU Read Radio Text selected RDS station is broadcasting text data. Display the radio text information of the selected RDS station.

  • Page 138: Playing Xm® Radio

    Playing XM® Radio Selecting XM Mode Playing XM® Radio 1. Press the XM button. d “Display audio screen”  Press the XM button again, if necessary, to select the band (XM1, XM2). You can control the radio using voice control 2.

  • Page 139: Audio Menu

    Playing XM® RadioAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in XM mode)  AUDIO MENU Rotate i to select an item. Press u. The following items are available: Note: Records a 10-second sound file from the current channel. P. 138 2 Note Function Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen.

  • Page 140: Note Function

    Playing XM® RadioNote Function Note Function Recording a Note Record a 10-second sound file from the current channel that contains the channel, category, name, and title information. The system can store up to 30 sound files. Each time you add a new recording, the oldest one is ■...

  • Page 141

    Playing XM® RadioNote Function ■ Deleting a Sound File H AUDIO button (in XM mode)   AUDIO MENU Note 1. Rotate i to select a sound file. 2. Move y to select DELETE. 3. Rotate i to select Delete All or Delete Selected Item.

  • Page 142: Xm® Radio Service

    Playing XM® RadioXM® Radio Service XM® Radio Service ■ Subscribing to XM® Radio Subscribing to XM® Radio Contact Information for XM® Radio: 1. You need your radio ID ready before registering for subscription. U.S.: XM® Radio at www.siriusxm.com, or  To see the ID in the display, rotate the TUNE knob while in XM mode until “0”...

  • Page 143: Playing A Disc

    Playing a Disc Selecting Disc Mode Recording a Note 1. Press the CD button to play a CD or other disc. d “Display audio screen” 2. Insert a disc into the disc slot. You can control the disc using voice control ...

  • Page 144: Audio Menu

    Playing a DiscAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in DISC mode)  AUDIO MENU Repeat, Random, and Scan Play Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 1. Rotate i to select Repeat, Random, or Scan. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. The following items are available, depending on the type of disc: Rec to HDD: Records a music CD onto the HDD for playback using HDD Audio.

  • Page 145: Playing Mp3/wma/aac Discs

    Playing a DiscPlaying MP3/WMA/AAC Discs Scan: 1: Scans all tracks on the disc (or in the selected folder) in the order they were recorded (stored) and plays a 10-second sample. Select OFF to stop scanning and play the current selection. 2: Scans the first track in each folder on the disc and plays a 10-second sample.

  • Page 146: Recommended Discs

    Playing a DiscRecommended Discs Recommended Discs Recommended Discs Use only high-quality CD-R or CD-RW discs labeled for audio use. A Dual-disc cannot play on this audio unit. If Use only CD-R or CD-RW discs on which the recordings are closed. recorded under certain conditions, a CD-R or CD- Play only standard round-shaped discs.

  • Page 147: Audio

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio The Hard Disc Drive (HDD) Audio function plays tracks from music CDs that have d “Display audio screen” been recorded onto the built-in HDD. You can arrange the tracks in playlists or play the tracks using various search methods.

  • Page 148: Audio Screen Control

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Screen Control Audio Screen Control H AUDIO button (in HDD mode) Control the audio screen through the navigation system. Rotate i to select a track. Press u. HDD mode Move w or y to select ALBUM- or ALBUM+ to change albums.

  • Page 149

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAudio Menu The following items are available: Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen. P. 166 2 Adjusting the Sound Add to Playlist: Adds the current track to a user playlist. 2 Adding a Track to a User Playlist P.

  • Page 150: Recording A Music Cd To Hdd

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioRecording a Music CD to HDD Recording a Music CD to HDD Recording a Music CD to HDD The songs on music CDs are automatically recorded (ripped) by factory default to the HDD the first time you play each disc. You can then play the songs directly from the You can add tracks to user playlists, where you can mix and match tracks from other CDs HDD.

  • Page 151

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioRecording a Music CD to HDD ■ Recording a CD Manually H AUDIO button (in DISC or HDD mode)   AUDIO MENU HDD Setup 1. Rotate i to select CD Recording. Press u. 2. Rotate i to select MANUAL. Press u.

  • Page 152: Searching For Music

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioSearching for Music Searching for Music H AUDIO button (in HDD mode)  MUSIC SEARCH Searching for Music Search for music recorded to HDD using six different methods. Albums, Artists, and Tracks display lists in alphabetical order.

  • Page 153: Adding A Track To A User Playlist

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioAdding a Track to a User Playlist Adding a Track to a User Playlist H AUDIO button (in HDD mode)   AUDIO MENU Add to Playlist Adding a Track to a User Playlist Add a track from any playlist to one of the six user playlists. The maximum number of songs in each of the six user playlists is 999.

  • Page 154

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioEditing a Playlist The following items are available, depending on the type of playlist: Edit Artist Name: Enter a new artist name. Move r to select OK when finished. Then, select whether to apply the new artist name to the album (playlist) and all tracks, the current track only, all tracks, or the album (playlist) only.

  • Page 155: Displaying Music Information

    Playing Hard Disc Drive (HDD) AudioDisplaying Music Information Displaying Music Information H AUDIO button (in HDD mode)   AUDIO MENU Get Music Info. Displaying Music Information Display the music information (album name, artist name, genre) for an album The maximum number of original playlists is 999 with a maximum of 99 songs in each playlist.

  • Page 156: Updating Gracenote® Album Info

    Update the Gracenote® Album Info (Gracenote® Media Database) that is included To acquire updated files: Consult your dealer. with the navigation system. U.S.: Visit automobiles.honda.com. 1. Insert the update disc into the disc Maximum capacity Remaining capacity slot or connect the USB flash drive Canada: Visit www.hondanavi.ca.

  • Page 157: Playing Hard Disc Drive (hdd) Playing An Ipod

    Playing an iPod® ■ Connecting an iPod® Connecting an iPod® Do not use an extension cable with the USB adapter cable. Do not connect your iPod® using a hub. Do not use a device such as a card reader or hard disk drive, as the device or your tracks may be damaged.

  • Page 158: Selecting Ipod® Mode

    Playing an iPod®Selecting iPod® Mode Selecting iPod® Mode Playing an iPod® 1. Connect the iPod® to the USB adapter cable in the console compartment. d “Display audio screen” 2. Press the USB/AUX button until you get to iPod® mode. You can control the iPod® using voice control 3.

  • Page 159: Audio Menu

    Playing an iPod®Audio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in iPod® mode)  AUDIO MENU Repeat and Shuffle Play Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 1. Rotate i to select Repeat or Shuffle. Press 2. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. The following items are available: Sound Setup: Displays the sound preferences screen.

  • Page 160: Searching For Music

    Playing an iPod®Searching for Music Searching for Music H AUDIO button (in iPod® mode)  MUSIC SEARCH Searching for Music Search for music using the iPod® menu. The order of the track list displayed if you select “All” on the iPod® menu varies depending on 1.

  • Page 161: Searching For Music Using Song By Voice™ (sbv)

    Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV) Searching for Music Using Song By Voice™ (SBV) Use Song By Voice™ (SBV) to search for and play music from your HDD or iPod® device using voice commands. The SBV voice commands give you more control over the music than the regular iPod®...

  • Page 162: Playing A Usb Flash Drive

    Playing a USB Flash Drive ■ Connecting a USB Flash Drive Connecting a USB Flash Drive Do not use an extension cable with the USB adapter cable. Do not connect your USB flash drive using a hub. Do not use a device such as a card reader or hard disk drive, as the device or your tracks may be damaged.

  • Page 163: Selecting Usb Mode

    Playing a USB Flash DriveSelecting USB Mode Selecting USB Mode Playing a USB Flash Drive 1. Connect the USB flash drive to the USB adapter cable in the console d “Display audio screen” compartment. 2. Press the USB/AUX button until you get to USB mode. You can control the audio system using voice control commands.

  • Page 164: Audio Menu

    Playing a USB Flash DriveAudio Menu Audio Menu H AUDIO button (in USB mode)  AUDIO MENU Repeat, Random, and Scan Play Rotate i to select an item. Press u. 1. Rotate i to select Repeat, Random, or Scan. Press u. 2.

  • Page 165: Playing Tracks In Folders

    Playing a USB Flash DrivePlaying Tracks in Folders Playing Tracks in Folders H AUDIO button (in USB mode)  FOLDER LIST Playing Tracks in Folders Change the folder if the tracks are stored in a folder structure. Folder List 1. Rotate i to select a folder. Press Any music tracks not in a folder are automatically added to a “ROOT”...

  • Page 166: Playing Bluetooth® Audio

    Not all Bluetooth-enabled phones with Selecting Bluetooth® Audio Mode streaming audio capabilities are compatible. To check if your phone is compatible: U.S.: Visit automobiles.honda.com/ 1. Make sure that your phone is on, paired, and linked to HFL. handsfreelink. P. 172 2 Pairing a Phone Canada: Visit www.handsfreelink.ca.

  • Page 167: Switching To Hfl Mode

    Playing Bluetooth® AudioSwitching to HFL Mode Switching to HFL Mode Playing Bluetooth® Audio 1. If you receive a call when h (Pick-Up) button Bluetooth® Audio is playing, press If more than one phone is paired to the HFL the h (Pick-Up) button on the system, there may be a delay before the system begins to play.

  • Page 168: Adjusting The Sound

    Adjusting the Sound H AUDIO button   AUDIO MENU Sound Setup Adjusting the Sound Adjust the sound bass, treble, fader, and balance. You can also adjust the strength You can check the level on the navigation screen or on the display. When the level reaches the of the sound coming from the center and subwoofer speakers.

  • Page 169: Audio Remote Controls

    Audio Remote Controls Steering Wheel Controls MODE Button Control basic audio system functions using the controls mounted on the steering wheel. DISC mode appears only when a disc is loaded. When in AUX mode, the following are operable Volume button Mode button from the remote audio controls: iPod®/USB flash drive connected to the USB adapter cable...

  • Page 170

    Audio Remote ControlsSteering Wheel Controls ■ CH (Channel) Button FM/AM, XM Press the N (Channel) button to change to the next preset station (channel). Press the B (Channel) button to go to the previous preset station (channel). FM/AM: Press and hold for one second to scan for a station with a strong signal. XM: Press and hold for one second to go to the next/previous channel in the current category.

  • Page 171: Bluetooth® Handsfreelink

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® This section describes how to operate Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®. You can place and receive phone calls using your vehicle’s audio system without handling your cell phone. Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® ....170 Pairing a Phone ........172 Importing Phonebook Data ....177 Setting Up Speed Dialing......

  • Page 172: Handsfreelink

    To use HFL, you need a Bluetooth-compatible cell phone. For a list of compatible phones, pairing procedures, and special feature capabilities: U.S.: Visit automobiles.honda.com/ handsfreelink. The following items are available: Canada: Visit www.handsfreelink.ca. PHONE SETUP: Move r to set up the HFL features.

  • Page 173

    Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and P. 5 2 Voice Help any use of such marks by Honda Motors Co., Ltd., is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. HFL Limitations An incoming call on HFL will interrupt Bluetooth®...

  • Page 174: Bluetooth® Pairing A Phone

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone Pairing a Phone H PHONE button Pairing a Phone When no Bluetooth-compatible phone is paired, the following screen appears: Your Bluetooth-compatible phone must be paired to HFL before you can make and receive 1. Rotate i to select Yes. Press u. hands-free calls.

  • Page 175

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone ■ Pairing from Phone Setup Pairing from Phone Setup If a prompt appears asking to connect to a H PHONE button   PHONE SETUP Connection phone, select No and proceed with step 1. Use the Phone setup screen to pair an additional Bluetooth-compatible phone if a phone has been previously paired to the system.

  • Page 176

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone ■ Changing the Pass-key H PHONE button   PHONE SETUP Connection 1. Rotate i to select Pass-key. Press 2. Rotate i to select an item. Press The following items are available: Random: Uses a randomly generated pass-key. Fixed: Create your own pass-key.

  • Page 177

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone 3. Move w to select DELETE to remove the current pass-key. 4. Enter a new pass-key. Move r to select OK. ■ Deleting a Paired Phone H PHONE button   PHONE SETUP Connection 1. Rotate i to select Delete. Continued...

  • Page 178

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Pairing a Phone 2. Rotate i to select a phone to Trash icon delete. Press u.  The Bluetooth® icon indicates the currently linked phone.  Items to be deleted are indicated with a trash icon. 3. Move r to select OK. 4.

  • Page 179: Data

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Importing Phonebook Data Importing Phonebook Data Importing Phonebook Data When your phone is paired, the content of its phonebook and call Up to 10,000 numbers for 1,000 names can be history are automatically imported to imported. Up to three icons are displayed for each phonebook entry.

  • Page 180: Setting Up Speed Dialing

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Setting Up Speed Dialing Setting Up Speed Dialing H PHONE button    PHONE SETUP Edit Speed Dial Store Speed Dial Setting Up Speed Dialing Create speed dial entries with voice tags for easy calling. You can control the HFL system using voice commands.

  • Page 181

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Setting Up Speed Dialing ■ Registering a Voice Tag to a Speed Dial Entry Registering a Voice Tag to a Speed Dial Entry H PHONE button Voice tags allow you to call speed dial entries   PHONE SETUP Edit Speed Dial from any screen by saying d “Dial by voice tag”...

  • Page 182: Pin

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Editing User Name and PIN Editing User Name and PIN H PHONE button   PHONE SETUP Phone Name/PIN Editing User Name and PIN Edit the user name of a paired phone, and protect the phonebook and speed dial You can control the HFL system using voice entries with a PIN.

  • Page 183: Phone Setup

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Phone Setup Phone Setup H PHONE button  PHONE SETUP Editing User Name and PIN Set HFL options and features. You can control the HFL system using voice 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press commands. 2 HFL Menus P. 186 2.

  • Page 184: Editing User Name And Making A Call

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Making a Call Clear Phone Information: Clear all paired phones, phonebook entries, speed dials, and pass-keys. Making a Call Making a Call You can control the HFL system using voice Make calls by entering a number or using the imported phonebook, call history, or commands.

  • Page 185

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Making a Call ■ Using the Phonebook Using the Phonebook You must first import a phonebook before using H PHONE button  Phonebook it to make calls. 1. Rotate i to select a name. Press 2 Importing Phonebook Data P. 177 Move w or y to select ...

  • Page 186: Using Call History

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Making a Call ■ Using Call History Using Call History H PHONE button The call history only shows the last 30 calls from  Call History your phone. Rotate i to select a call. Press u to begin dialing. Move w or y to select All, Dial, Receive, Missed to view the call history by category.

  • Page 187: Receiving A Call

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®Receiving a Call Receiving a Call 1. Press the h (Pick-Up) button to Receiving a Call answer a call and display the An incoming call notification appears on the Calling screen. screen, and you hear an audible ring tone. ...

  • Page 188: Hfl Menus

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®HFL Menus HFL Menus HFL Menus Use HFL when the vehicle’s ignition is in the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position. To use HFL, you must first pair your Bluetooth- You can operate HFL by voice when on the PHONE screen. Below is the flow chart compatible cell phone to the system while the showing available voice commands.

  • Page 189

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®HFL Menus Create a user name for a paired phone. “Name” “Phone Name/PIN” Create a PIN number for a paired phone. “PIN” 2 Editing User Name and PIN P. 180 Turn the auto transfer on or off. “Auto Answer” 2 Phone Setup P.

  • Page 190

    Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®HFL Menus Say a phone number to dial. “Dial” “Dial” 2 Entering a Phone Number P. 183 “Dial Tones” Send numbers or names during a call. Mute your voice during a call. “Mute” Transfer a call from HFL to your phone, or from your “Transfer”...

  • Page 191: Rear Entertainment System

    Rear Entertainment System Rear seat passengers can enjoy a completely separate entertainment source than front passengers, including movies, games, and other audio choices. Rear Entertainment System ....190 Wireless Headphones ......206 Auxiliary Console Panel ......190 Using the Wireless Headphones ... 206 HDMI Input Jack ........191 Changing the Sound Source (Ultrawide RES Rear Control Panel Operation....192...

  • Page 192: System

    Rear Entertainment System The Rear Entertainment System (RES) is operable from both the front control panel Rear Entertainment System and the rear control panel. NOTICE P. 203 2 Front Control Panel Operation This vehicle’s overhead mounted video display, if P. 192 2 Rear Control Panel Operation so equipped, includes mercury-containing components.

  • Page 193: Hdmi Input Jack

    Rear Entertainment SystemHDMI Input Jack HDMI Input Jack There is an HDMI input jack above the third row seat armrest on the passenger’s side. The system will accept HDMI input from video games and video equipment which are equipped with an HDMI jack. Open the outlet cover and insert the cable.

  • Page 194: Operation

    Rear Control Panel Operation Selecting the Audio Source Rear Control Panel Operation ■ RES In the procedures of this section, “select” means 1. Press the audio source button. the following actions: 2. Select a station, channel, track, or chapter using the CH/FOLDER, TUNE/SKIP, or CATEGORY bars.

  • Page 195: Rear Dvd Menu

    Rear Control Panel OperationRear DVD Menu Rear DVD Menu H MENU button (in the DVD mode) Select an item. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Top Menu: Displays the top menu of the DVD. Menu: Displays the menu of the DVD. Play Mode: Displays while a DVD is playing and changes the DVD’s audio, subtitle, or angle settings.

  • Page 196

    Rear Control Panel OperationRear DVD Menu ■ Setting the Play Mode H MENU button (in the DVD mode)  Play Mode 1. Select an item. Press the ENTER button. 2. Select an option. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Audio: Selects the language of the DVD audio.

  • Page 197

    Rear Control Panel OperationRear DVD Menu ■ Searching a Title/Chapter H MENU button (in the DVD mode)  Search/NumInput 1. Select an item. Press the ENTER button. 2. Select a number. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Title: Skips to a title you specify.

  • Page 198: Screen And Surround Settings

    Rear Control Panel OperationScreen and Surround Settings Screen and Surround Settings H SETUP button (in the DVD mode)  Search/NumInput Select an item. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Display Adjust: Adjusts the screen’s preferences. P. 197 2 Adjusting the Screen Aspect Ratio: Selects an aspect ratio of the image P.

  • Page 199: Adjusting The Screen

    Rear Control Panel OperationScreen and Surround Settings ■ Adjusting the Screen H SETUP button (in the DVD mode)  Display Adjust 1. Select an item. Press the ENTER button. 2. Make the adjustment. Press the ENTER button. The following items are available: Brightness: Adjusts the screen’s brightness.

  • Page 200

    Rear Control Panel OperationScreen and Surround Settings ■ Setting the RES Aspect Ratio H MENU button (in the DVD mode)  Aspect Ratio Select an option. Press the ENTER button. ■ Setting the Ultrawide RES Aspect Ratio H MENU button (in the DVD mode) ...

  • Page 201: Dvd Initial Settings

    Rear Control Panel OperationDVD Initial Settings DVD Initial Settings H MENU button (in the DVD mode)  Initial Settings Set the DVD default settings so that you do not have to select the settings each time you play a DVD. 1.

  • Page 202: Dual Screen Mode (ultrawide Res Only).200

    Rear Control Panel OperationDual Screen Mode (Ultrawide RES only) ■ Selecting the DVD Menu Language Selecting the DVD Menu Language H MENU button (in the DVD mode) When you select Other, enter a 4-digit language   Initial Settings Language Settings code.

  • Page 203

    Rear Control Panel OperationDual Screen Mode (Ultrawide RES only) ■ Single mode to Dual mode Press the DUAL Select the side button. (e.g., “Left”). Select a source (e.g., “AUX- VIDEO”). AUX-VIDEO AUX-VIDEO Press the SWAP button. ■ Dual mode to Single mode AUX-VIDEO Press the Select a source...

  • Page 204: Replacing The Batteries

    Rear Control Panel OperationReplacing the Batteries Replacing the Batteries Replacing the Batteries 1. Remove the rear control panel. 2 Overhead Screen and Rear An improperly disposed of battery can hurt the P. 15 Cover Control Panel environment. Always confirm local regulations for battery disposal.

  • Page 205: Front Control Panel Operation

    Front Control Panel Operation Operate the Rear Entertainment System (RES) from the front control panel. Selecting the Audio Source 1. Press the REAR SOURCE button.  The rear source is displayed on the front audio screen.  The rear source is heard from the front speakers.

  • Page 206: Rear System Setup

    Front Control Panel OperationRear System Setup Rear System Setup H REAR SOURCE button   AUDIO MENU Rear Setup 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press 2. Rotate i to select an option. Press u. The following items are available: Rear Control: Sets whether to use the rear control panel to control the RES.

  • Page 207: Setting The Rear Dvd Menu

    Front Control Panel OperationSetting the Rear DVD Menu Setting the Rear DVD Menu H REAR SOURCE button (in the Rear DVD mode)  DVD Setup 1. Rotate i to select an item. Press 2. Rotate i to select an option. Press u.

  • Page 208: Wireless Headphones

    Wireless Headphones Using the Wireless Headphones Using the Wireless Headphones Audio for the Rear Entertainment System is sent to the wireless headphones that come with the system. When you remove the headphones, the earpieces automatically pivot inward, and the 1. Pivot the earpieces outward. headphones turn off.

  • Page 209: Changing The Sound Source (ultrawide Res Only)

    Wireless HeadphonesChanging the Sound Source (Ultrawide RES only) Changing the Sound Source (Ultrawide RES only) Changing the Sound Source (Ultrawide RES only) ■ Wireless Headphone You can switch the sound source from the setup menu if you connected a set of wired In dual screen mode, you can switch the sound source of the wireless headphones headphones.

  • Page 210: Replacing The Batteries

    Wireless HeadphonesReplacing the Batteries Replacing the Batteries Replacing the Batteries 1. Insert a coin in the slot and twist it slightly to pry the cover away from The battery is under the cover on the left the earpiece. earpiece. 2. Pull the cover outward, and pivot it An improperly disposed of battery can hurt the out of the way.

  • Page 211: Other Features

    Other Features This section describes the useful functions incorporated into the navigation system to help make your journey easier and more enjoyable. Trip Computer ........210 Calendar ..........211 Calculator ..........213 Unit Conversion ........213 Information Functions ......215 Scenic Road Information ......

  • Page 212: Trip Computer

    Trip Computer H INFO button  Trip Computer Trip Computer View the distance traveled and average fuel consumption. Displays the following trip information: Select an item. Instant Fuel: The current estimated instant fuel economy. Average Fuel: The average fuel economy since the last key cycle.

  • Page 213: Calendar

    Calendar H INFO button  Calendar Calendar Enter events and display reminders each time you start your vehicle. You can select the day of the month on the calendar using voice commands (e.g., say d 1. Rotate i to select the day. Press “Five”...

  • Page 214

    Calendar Calendar Message Icon: Select an icon from the list to help identify the type of message. The message icon you choose will be displayed alongside the specified date on the Message Icons Calendar screen. The following icons can be selected: Reminder: Sets whether event reminders are displayed each time you start your vehicle.

  • Page 215: Calculator

    Calculator H INFO button   Other Calculator Use the calculator to make basic calculations and to convert measurement units. Unit Conversion Unit Conversion If you do not enter a value to convert, only 1. Enter a numeric value to convert “Temperature”...

  • Page 216

    CalculatorUnit Conversion 4. Rotate i to select the base unit to convert from (e.g., mm).  The conversion into other units is displayed on the right (e.g., 1000 mm is 39.37 inches). 5. Move y to select CALC. to return to the Calculator screen.

  • Page 217: Information Functions

    Information Functions Scenic Road Information H INFO button   Other Scenic Road Information Scenic Road Information View a list of scenic roads for each state (U.S. only). If you select a scenic road that runs through multiple states, only the portion of the road in 1.

  • Page 218: Map Data Update Status

    Information FunctionsMap Data Update Status Map Data Update Status H INFO button   Other Map Data Update Status Map Data Update Status Check the map data update status when updating the map database. This operation is only available during a database update.

  • Page 219: Multi-view Rear Camera

    Multi-view Rear Camera Multi-view Rear Camera Your vehicle is equipped with a multi-view rear camera. When you shift into Reverse, the rear view is displayed on the navigation system screen. The edge of the bumper Always keep the camera lens clean and unobstructed.

  • Page 221: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ........220 Map, Voice, Entering Destinations ..220 Traffic ..........222 Guidance, Routing ....... 223 Update DVD, Coverage, Map Errors ..225 Display, Accessories......225 Rear Camera ........225 Miscellaneous Questions ...... 226 Error Messages........227 Navigation System........ 227 Disc Player..........

  • Page 222: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Map, Voice, Entering Destinations Problem Solution The Startup Confirmation screen is displayed every This is normal. The Startup Confirmation screen reminds you and your guest drivers to time I start the car. always operate the navigation system in a safe manner. If you do not select OK at startup, voice commands will not work.

  • Page 223

    TroubleshootingMap, Voice, Entering Destinations Problem Solution The navigation system pronunciation of street names The basic guidance phrases use a studio-recorded voice, but street names are in the guidance command or destination address pronounced using a machine-generated voice. Consequently, the name may be sounds strange.

  • Page 224: Traffic

    P. 106 2 Showing Icons on the Map • It is possible that there is a temporary technical problem with your metropolitan area traffic. You can call Honda Automobile Customer Service to see if there is an outrage. P. 236 2 Honda Automobile Customer Service Contact Information •...

  • Page 225: Guidance, Routing

    TroubleshootingGuidance, Routing Guidance, Routing Problem Solution The navigation system does not route me the same The navigation system attempts to generate the optimal route. You can change the way I would go or the same way as other mapping route preferences used when calculating a route. systems.

  • Page 226

    TroubleshootingGuidance, Routing Problem Solution The screen is showing white dots as I drive along. These dots are called “breadcrumbs.” These are displayed if Off-road Tracking is set to ON and you drive more than 1/2 mile off mapped roads. 2 Off-road Tracking P.

  • Page 227: Update Dvd, Coverage, Map Errors

    TroubleshootingUpdate DVD, Coverage, Map Errors Update DVD, Coverage, Map Errors Problem Solution My city is not part of a fully verified detailed coverage The mapping database is constantly undergoing revision. You can access the most area. recent information on the internet. 2 Map Coverage P.

  • Page 228: Miscellaneous Questions

    TroubleshootingMiscellaneous Questions Miscellaneous Questions Problem Solution My clock frequently changes forward and backward by The clock setting is automatically updated based on your GPS location. If you live and one hour. work on the boundary between two time zones, you can turn off this feature. 2 Clock Adjustment P.

  • Page 229: Error Messages

    Error Messages Navigation System Error Message Solution Display temp is too high. System will shut down until This message appears briefly when the display temperature is too high. The navigation display cools down. system turns off until the display cools down. The system turns back on automatically when the display cools down.

  • Page 230: Disc Player

    Error MessagesDisc Player Disc Player Error Message Cause Solution • Press the E (Eject) button and remove the disc, and check that the BAD DISC Servo error PLEASE CHECK OWNERS error message is cleared. MANUAL • Check that the disc is not damaged or deformed, and insert the disc again.

  • Page 231: Ipod

    Error MessagesiPod® iPod® Error Message Cause Solution UNSUPPORTED Appears when an unsupported Update the iPod® software to the latest version. iPod® is connected. CONNECT RETRY Appears when the iPod® cannot Reconnect the iPod®. be authenticated. NO SONG Appears when there are no tracks Store tracks in the iPod®.

  • Page 232: Usb Flash Drive

    Error MessagesUSB Flash Drive USB Flash Drive Error Message Cause Solution FILE ERROR The system cannot read the Check the tracks in the USB flash drive. There is a possibility that the track(s). tracks have been damaged. UNSUPPORTED Appears when an unsupported If it appears when a supported device is connected, reconnect the device is connected.

  • Page 233: Reference Information

    Shipping a Vehicle to the U.S. Mainland238 Address Calculation ......234 Legal Information ......... 239 Database ..........234 Copyrights ........... 239 Client Assistance ........236 User Agreements ......... 239 Resolving Problems .......236 As required by the FCC ......244 Reporting Errors ........236 Honda Automobile Customer Service Contact Information......236...

  • Page 234: System Initialization

    System Initialization Acquiring GPS Information The navigation system must be initialized if power to the navigation system is interrupted for any reason (e.g., the Depending on the length of time the battery was disconnected). power was interrupted, your system may require GPS initialization.

  • Page 235: Startup Confirmation Screen

    System InitializationStartup Confirmation Screen Startup Confirmation Map Matching Screen Map matching is the process of using the acquired GPS information to locate your The Startup Confirmation screen is position on the map screen. If you are on a displayed when initialization has mapped road, the name of the road is successfully completed.

  • Page 236: System Limitations

    System Limitations GPS System Database can cause occasional positioning errors of up to several hundred feet. The signals received from the GPS satellites The digitized map database reflects Address Calculation are extremely weak (less than a millionth conditions as they existed at various points of the strength of a local FM station) and in time before production.

  • Page 237

    System LimitationsDatabase In addition, the map database contains Pavement characteristics or conditions verified and unverified areas. Unverified Every effort has been made to verify that streets may be missing from the map, in the database is accurate. The number of the wrong location, or have an incorrect inaccuracies you experience increases the name or address range.

  • Page 238: Client Assistance

    Honda Navi For navigation system issues: Report errors in freeways and main American Honda Motor Co., Inc. P. 220 “verified” roads shown in black on the 2 Troubleshooting There are also FAQs available online at map at http://mapreporter.navteq.com/ Honda Automobile Customer Service automobiles.honda.com.

  • Page 239: Map Coverage

    Customer Service or online at The navigation system provides map www.hondanavi.com. coverage for the United States, Canada, Honda is continually expanding the scope and Puerto Rico. The map coverage To find navigation system update of the navigation system. Navigation consists of accurately mapped (verified)

  • Page 240: Traffic Information

    This is because contiguous states and and Hawaii. ■ XM® Radio there are no ferry routes between islands Visit automobiles.honda.com/traffic for in the database. Navigation-equipped vehicles delivered to a complete listing of coverage areas and Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, and Puerto Rico other information.

  • Page 241: Legal Information

    The HDD is intended solely for personal Navigation System” (the “HDD”), which use (or internal use where the end-user includes HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. Building foot print: © ZENRIN CO., LTD. is a business) by the consumer. The HDD software, ALPINE ELECTRONICS, INC.

  • Page 242

    OF THE SOFTWARE OR AGAINST Manufacturers are the Licensors, including USE OF THE SOFTWARE, INCLUDING BUT INFRINGEMENT. IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD., 2-1-1 Minami NOT LIMITED TO USE ON THE DEVICE, ANY WARRANTIES REGARDING THE Aoyama Minato-Ku Tokyo 107-8556...

  • Page 243

    Legal InformationUser Agreements WARRANTIES DO NOT ORIGINATE LIMITATIONS ON REVERSE the terms of this EULA shall apply, FROM, AND ARE NOT BINDING ON, MS. ENGINEERING, DECOMPILATION, AND except that MS, Microsoft DISASSEMBLY Corporation or affiliate entity NO LIABILITY FOR CERTAIN DAMAGES. providing the Supplemental You may not reverse engineer, EXCEPT AS PROHIBITED BY LAW, MS...

  • Page 244

    Legal InformationUser Agreements any additional EULA terms property laws and treaties. This EULA please refer to the address provided in accompanying the upgrade SOFTWARE. grants you no rights to use such the documentation for the DEVICE. content. All rights not specifically TERMINATION SOFTWARE TRANSFER ALLOWED BUT granted under this EULA are reserved by...

  • Page 245

    More information about information (“Gracenote Data”) from Gracenote, its features, and downloads online servers or embedded databases are available at www.honda.com (in (collectively, “Gracenote Servers”) and to U.S.) or www.honda.ca (in Canada). perform other functions. You may use...

  • Page 246: As Required By The Fcc

    Legal InformationAs required by the FCC As required by the FCC Gracenote reserves all rights in Gracenote deems sufficient. No warranty is made that Data, the Gracenote Software, and the the Gracenote Software or Gracenote Gracenote Servers, including all ownership Servers are error-free or that functioning of 1.

  • Page 247: Voice Commands

    Voice Commands Voice Commands ........246 Global Commands ....... 246 Navigation Commands......246 Climate Control Commands....249 Audio Commands ........ 249 Cellular Phone Commands ....254 Main Setup Screen Commands .... 254 On-Screen Commands ......254 Spelling Assistance ....... 254...

  • Page 248: Voice Commands

    Voice Commands Global Commands Navigation Commands ■ Map Display Commands Display current location (shows current The system accepts these commands on The system accepts these commands on a latitude, longitude, and elevation) any screen. map/guidance screen. Display/Hide (specify icon type): Help (displays commands for current ■...

  • Page 249

    Hospital Display heading up Auto service center Police station Display zoom in ACURA dealers Veterinarian Display zoom out HONDA dealers Lodging Display (specify scale): Gas station Bed & breakfast 1/20 mile (80 m) scale Hydrogen station Hotel 1/8 mile (200 m) scale Auto parts &...

  • Page 250: Route Commands

    Voice CommandsNavigation Commands French restaurant Travel center ■ Route Commands German restaurant Airport The system accepts these commands when Greek restaurant Automobile club a route is set. Indian restaurant Bus station How long to the destination?* Italian restaurant Camping How far to the destination?* Japanese restaurant Commuter rail station Display destination map...

  • Page 251: Climate Control Commands

    Voice CommandsClimate Control Commands Climate Control Passenger temperature # degrees (#: 57 Rear fan speed # (#: 1 to 5) to 87 °F) * These commands toggle the function Commands Temperature up on and off, so the command may not Temperature down match your intended action.

  • Page 252: Disc Commands

    Voice CommandsAudio Commands Radio FM2 preset # (#: 1 to 6) ■ ■ Disc Commands HDD Commands Radio AM preset # (#: 1 to 6) DISC play HDD play Radio auto select* DISC play track # (#: 1 to 30) HDD search (activates Song By Voice™) Radio scan* DISC skip forward...

  • Page 253: Aux Commands

    Voice CommandsAudio Commands *1. These commands are available only in ■ ■ iPod® Commands Bluetooth® Audio Commands the corresponding playback mode. iPod play Bluetooth audio play For example, “Artist” commands are available only in “Artist” mode. iPod search (activates Song By Voice™) Bluetooth audio skip forward iPod skip forward Bluetooth audio skip back...

  • Page 254: Rear Cd Commands

    Voice CommandsAudio Commands Play song (specify song) Rear radio FM2 preset # (#: 1 to 6) ■ Rear CD Commands What/Who am I listening to? Rear radio AM preset # (#: 1 to 6) Rear CD play Who is this? Rear radio auto select* Rear CD play track # (#: 1 to 30) What’s playing?

  • Page 255: Rear Dvd Commands

    Voice CommandsAudio Commands ■ ■ ■ Rear DVD Commands Rear HDD Commands Rear iPod Commands Rear DVD play Rear HDD play Rear iPod play Rear DVD pause Rear HDD skip forward Rear iPod skip forward Rear DVD title up Rear HDD skip back Rear iPod skip back Rear DVD title down Rear HDD album up...

  • Page 256: Voice Commands

    Voice CommandsCellular Phone Commands Cellular Phone Commands Main Setup Screen On-Screen Commands Commands The system accepts these commands only The system accepts these commands on on the PHONE screen. any screen. There are over 100 on-screen The system accepts these commands on commands.

  • Page 257

    Voice CommandsSpelling Assistance ■ ■ Numbers Letters Say … Or say… November/Nancy Oscar Papa/Paul Quebec/Queen Romeo/Robert Sierra/Sam Tango/Tom Uniform/Uncle Victor Say … Say … or Number … Say … Or say… Whiskey/William Alpha/Apple X-ray Bravo/Boy Yankee/Yellow Three Charlie Zulu/Zebra Four Delta/Dog Five Echo/Edward...

  • Page 258

    Voice CommandsSpelling Assistance ■ ■ Accented Letters Punctuation Marks Say … Say … or Symbol … Û U circumflex Ü U umlaut Say … Say … or Symbol … Say … Say … or Symbol … À A grave At sign Â...

  • Page 259

    Voice CommandsSpelling Assistance ■ Symbols Say … Say … or Symbol … > Greater than Open brace Close brace Enter Say … Say … or Symbol … Hyphen Exclamation point “ Double quote Pound Dollar Percent & Ampersand ‘ Apostrophe Open parenthesis Close parenthesis Tilde...

  • Page 260

    Auto Repair & Maintenance Bed & Breakfast Resort All Shopping* Office Supplies/Electronics Acura Roadside Assistance Car Wash & Detailing Hotel/Motel Accessories/Jewelry Pharmacy/Drug Store Honda Dealers* Motorcycle Dealers Leisure Auto Parts & Electronics Pet Food/Supplies Gas Station* Other Car Dealers Amusement Park Museum Books/Music/Video...

  • Page 261

    List of Language Codes Language Input Code Language Input Code Language Input Code Corsican 0315 Hungarian 0821 Abubasia 0102 Croatian 0818 Icelandic 0919 Afar 0101 Czech 0319 Indonesian 0914 Afrikaans 0106 Danish 0401 Interlingue 0905 Albanian 1917 Dutch 1412 International 0901 Amharic 0113...

  • Page 262

    List of Language CodesSpelling Assistance Language Input Code Language Input Code Language Input Code Malagasy 1307 Sand 1907 Telugu 2005 Malay 1319 Sanskrit 1901 Thai 2008 Malayalam 1312 Scottish Gaelic 0704 Tibetan 0215 Maltese 1320 Serbian 1918 Tigris 2009 Maori 1309 Serbo-Croatian 1908...

  • Page 263: Index

    Index AUDIO Button ..........7 Audio Menu K (Back) Button ........5, 22 Calculator ........... 213 Bluetooth® Audio ........165 a (Display Mode) Button ...... 29 Calendar ............. 211 Disc ............142 j (Hang-Up) Button ........ 185 Call FM/AM Radio ..........133 h (Pick-Up) Button ......185, 186 Calculate Route Screen ......

  • Page 264

    Favorite Subcategory ........82 Switching Display Mode ......29 Home Address 2 ........12, 42 Find Nearest..........123 Delete a Phone ...........175 Honda Automobile Customer Service ..236 Folder List Dest. Menu 1 ..........68 Disc ............143 Dest. Menu 2 ..........68 USB Flash Drive ........

  • Page 265

    Index Mode ............137 PIN Numbers ..........43 MODE Button ..........167 Place Category Key to ZAGAT Ratings ......216 More Speed Dial ........170 Editing Address Book ......... 40 Music Search ..........45 Place Category List ........258 HDD ............150 Setting Destination ........80 iPod®...

  • Page 266

    Index Repeat Song By Voice USB Flash Drive Disc ............142 Searching Music ........159 Connecting, Disconnecting ....155, 160 HDD ............147 Setting ............46 Playing ............160 iPod® ............157 Voice Commands List ......251 Voice Commands List ....... 251 USB Flash Drive .........162 Sort by Distance to Travel ......

  • Page 267

    Index XM Button ..........6, 136 XM® Radio Playing ............136 Voice Commands List ....... 249 ZAGAT Displaying Review ......77, 82, 85 Setting Destination ........84 Zip Code ............71...

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