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Upgrade Instructions and
Operation Manual Addendum
2010 NAVIGATION UPGRADE SD-CARD
CNSD-130FM
This software upgrade will result in changes to certain
features and availability of information. While the
changes are intended to improve the overall user
experience for most users, Pioneer and its licensors
disclaim any warranty or liability for damages in
connection with such changes.
Indications of the navigation system may be different
from the actual value.
Some of the features of the navigation system do not
take in to consideration the type of vehicle it is installed
into.
English

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  • Page 1 This software upgrade will result in changes to certain features and availability of information. While the changes are intended to improve the overall user experience for most users, Pioneer and its licensors disclaim any warranty or liability for damages in connection with such changes.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly. – Checking whether the upgrade was Important done properly 27 – Updating the Bluetooth wireless ! The screens shown in the examples may technology software 27 differ from actual screens.
  • Page 3 Contents – Registering a location by Searching for and selecting a location “Favorites” 53 The basic flow of creating your route 40 – Registering a location by scroll Searching for a location by address 41 – Searching for a name by entering mode 53 multiple keywords 42 Editing registered locations 53...
  • Page 4 Contents – Dialing from the history 65 Launching the application 77 – Dialing the entry stored in the Basic operations of the audio source “Favorites” list 66 Switching the audio source 79 – Dialing a facility’s phone number 66 Turning off the audio source 79 –...
  • Page 5 Contents Scanning tracks of a CD 89 Setting a repeat play range 102 Playback and Pause 89 Playing songs in random order (shuffle) 102 Using Sound Retriever 89 Playback and Pause 103 Setting the audiobook play speed 103 Playing music files on ROM Reading the screen 90 Using the XM tuner Using the touch panel keys 91...
  • Page 6 Contents Using the AUX source Adjusting the screen brightness 123 Reading the screen 114 Recording your travel history 123 Selecting “AUX” as the source 114 Using the demonstration guidance 123 Restoring the default setting 124 Customizing preferences Turning off the screen 124 Displaying the “Settings Menu”...
  • Page 7: Precaution

    MODE button, SRC/OFF button. Pioneer is not responsible for any data loss ! Items in different menus, screen titles, and or unavailability of user data. functional components are described in bold with double quotation marks “...
  • Page 8: Failure To Operate

    Chapter Precaution “SD memory card” After-sales service for Pioneer products The SD memory card and SDHC memory card Please contact the dealer or distributor from are collectively referred to as the “SD memory which you purchased the product for after- card”.
  • Page 9: Ipod Compatibility

    In this manual, iPod and iPhone will be re- ferred to as iPod. p When you use this navigation system with a Pioneer USB interface cable for iPod (CD- IU50) (sold separately), you can control an iPod compatible with this navigation sys- tem.
  • Page 10: License Agreement Pioneer Cnsd-130fm - For U.s.a

    NOT AGREE WITH ALL OF THESE TERMS, The Software and related documentation are PLEASE RETURN THE PIONEER PRODUCTS provided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND ITS LI- (INCLUDING THE SOFTWARE, AND ANY CENSOR(S) (for the purpose of provisions 2 WRITTEN MATERIALS) WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS...
  • Page 11: License Agreement

    Agreement shall be effective and limitation of liability shall not be applic- unless agreed to in writing by Pioneer. Pioneer able to the extent that they are prohibited by retailers do not have the authority to change any applicable federal, state or local law which this Agreement.
  • Page 12: Pioneer Cnsd-130fm - For U.s

    YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH ALL OF THESE The Software and related documentation are TERMS, PLEASE RETURN THE PIONEER PRO- provided to you “AS IS”. PIONEER AND ITS LI- DUCTS (INCLUDING THE SOFTWARE, AND CENSOR(S) (for the purpose of provisions 2...
  • Page 13 BREACH OF CONTRACT, BREACH OF WAR- change in this Agreement shall be effective RANTY, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY, MIS- unless agreed to in writing by Pioneer. Pioneer REPRESENTATION, AND OTHER TORTS. IF retailers do not have the authority to change PIONEER’S WARRANTY DISCLAIMER OR this Agreement.
  • Page 14: Terms And Conditions For Tele Atlas Data

    THIS IS A LEGAL AGREEMENT (THE “AGREE- SHALL BE LIABLE TO THE UNDERSIGNED MENT”) BETWEEN YOU, THE END USER, AND FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PIONEER and its licensors of Data product SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR EXEMPLARY DA- (sometimes collectively “Licensors”). BY MAGES ARISING OUT OF THIS AGREEMENT,...
  • Page 15 FAR and/or DFARS that may apply to the Li- RUPTED OR ERROR FREE. NO ORAL OR censed Tele Atlas Product, the construction WRITTEN ADVICE GIVEN BY PIONEER, ITS LI- that provides greater limitations on the Gov- CENSORS, SUPPLIERS OR ANY OF THEIR RE- ernment’s rights shall control.
  • Page 16 Chapter License agreement (a) except as otherwise specifically set forth Data by herein, license or otherwise provide the POI Li- censed Tele Atlas Products to any third party for the purposes of resale, sublicensing, redis- Copyright 2009 All Rights Reserved tribution or for the purpose of compiling, en- hancing, verifying, supplementing, adding to ®...
  • Page 17 Chapter License agreement c Should End User enter into any commercial Licensed Tele Atlas Products on the initial arrangement for advertising, pay-for-place- splash screen, in the code, on the storage medium, on the packaging, in the “Help/ ment, promotion or any similar paid brand marketing exposure with any owners (or About”...
  • Page 18 Sections 2, 5 and 7 - 11 shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement. This Agreement may be amended, altered, or modified only by PIONEER. You may not assign any part of this Agreement without PIONEER’ prior written consent. You...
  • Page 19: Licenses

    Chapter License agreement Licenses...
  • Page 20 Chapter License agreement...
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  • Page 23 Chapter License agreement...
  • Page 24: About The Database

    Chapter About the database About the data for the map database ! Modifications related to roads, streets/high- ways, terrain, construction and other things before/during the development period may not be reflected in this database. Inevitably, those modifications after that period are not reflected in this database.
  • Page 25: Instructions For Upgrading

    Chapter Instructions for upgrading The navigation system Preparation for upgrade upgrade process Checking the device number First, check your device number 1 Check the device number of your naviga- (DEVICE NUMBER, displayed such as tion system. Device # or Device Number) of your naviga- = For details of the operation, refer to tion system for later procedures.
  • Page 26: Upgrade Procedures

    Chapter Instructions for upgrading Record the password that you received. Touch [Yes]. You need to input this password accurately. Write down your password to avoid mis- takes. Upgrade procedures NEVER stop the engine of your vehicle or turn off the power supply to the navigation system After a short pause, the keyboard for entering until the installation is completed.
  • Page 27: Checking Whether The Upgrade Was Done Properly

    A message will appear after the update is complete. Access the Pioneer website to check your phone’s compatibility. If your phone is on the Touch [OK]. list and you wish to update, manually update Update is completed.
  • Page 28: How To Use The Navigation Menu Screens

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Screen switching overview...
  • Page 29: What You Can Do On Each Menu

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens 6 “Applications Menu” screen What you can do on each You can launch applications downloaded to menu an SD memory card via the utility program 1 Map screen AVIC FEEDS. 7 Audio operation screen Press the MODE button to display the naviga- tion map screen.
  • Page 30: Canceling The Shortcut

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Touch the tab on the right edge or scroll Operating menu screens (e.g. the bar to display the icon that you want “Navigation Menu” screen) to set to shortcut. Scroll bar 1 Screen title Touch and hold the icon that you want to add to shortcut.
  • Page 31: Operating The On-screen Keyboard

    Chapter How to use the navigation menu screens Operating the on-screen keyboard 1 Text box Displays the characters that are entered. If there is no text in the box, an informative guide with text appears. 2 Keyboard Touch the keys to enter the characters. The previous screen returns.
  • Page 32: How To Use The Map

    Chapter How to use the map Most of the information provided by your navigation system can be seen on the map. You need to become familiar with how the information appears on the map. How to read the map screen This example shows an example of a 2D map screen.
  • Page 33: Audio Information Bar

    Chapter How to use the map ! When “Heading up” is selected, Audio information bar displayed. If you do any operation for the audio source, p The red arrow indicates north. the audio information bar appears on the bot- = For details, refer to Switching the tom of the map screen.
  • Page 34: Types Of The Road Stored In The Map Database

    ! Heading up: can only be used to plot a navigable route. The map display always shows the vehicle’s Pioneer Navigation will only display a navig- direction as proceeding toward the top of able route on the map (only the arrival gui- the screen.
  • Page 35: Switching The Map Between 2d And 3d

    Chapter How to use the map p The map orientation is fixed at “Heading 3D map screen up” when the 3D map screen is displayed. Display the map screen. Touch on the map screen. appears. p When “North up” is selected, is dis- played.
  • Page 36: Scrolling The Map To The Position You Want To See

    Chapter How to use the map Viewing information about a specified location An icon appears at registered places (home lo- cation, specific places, Favorites entries) and places where there is a POI icon. Place the scroll cursor over the icon to view detailed in- formation.
  • Page 37: Eco-driving Function

    Chapter Eco-driving function Reading the screen This navigation system is equipped with an Eco-driving function that can be used to esti- mate whether you are driving in an environ- mentally friendly way. This chapter describes this function. ! The fuel mileage calculated is based on a theoretical value determined from vehicle speed and position information from the navigation system.
  • Page 38: Displaying Eco Drive Level Guidance

    Chapter Eco-driving function p This is not displayed when “Eco Drive 4 Eco-gauge Level” is set to “Off”. The green gauge indicates the current score, = For details, refer to Changing the eco-func- and the gray gauge indicates the best score to date.
  • Page 39 Chapter Eco-driving function Touch [Settings]. Clear Record Fuel consumption data are cleared. Touch [OK]. The settings are completed. The “Eco Settings” screen appears. Touch the desired option. Eco Score ! On (default): Displays “Eco Score”. ! Off: Hides “Eco Score”. = For details, refer to Displaying “Eco Graph”...
  • Page 40: Searching For And Selecting A Location

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location The basic flow of creating CAUTION your route For safety reasons, these route-setting functions are not available while your vehicle is in motion. 1 Park your vehicle in a safe place and apply To enable these functions, you must stop in a the parking brake.
  • Page 41: Searching For A Location By Address

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location p Once the country has been selected, you Searching for a location by only have to change countries when the lo- address cation is outside of the country you se- The most frequently used function is “Ad- lected.
  • Page 42: Searching For A Name By Entering Multiple Keywords

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the city name and then touch 13 Touch the desired house number range. [OK]. The searched location appears on the map The “Select City” screen appears. screen. = For the subsequent operations, refer to Set- Touch the desired city name.
  • Page 43: Setting Up A Route To Your Home

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location e.g. Searching “West Los Angeles”. Searching for a POI directly from the name of the facilities Entered keywords Search results WEST L Touch [Home] on the map screen and then touch [Navigation]. LOS A “West Los Angeles”...
  • Page 44: Searching For A Nearby Poi

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Enter the POI name and then touch Touch the category you want. p If there are more detailed categories within [OK]. the selected category, repeat this step as many times as necessary. The “POI List” screen appears. Touch the POI you want.
  • Page 45: Selecting Destination From "favorites

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch [Home] on the map screen and Touch [Search]. The “Select City” screen appears. then touch [Navigation]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen Touch the desired city name. switching overview on page 28. POIs are divided into several categories.
  • Page 46: Searching For Pois By Using The Data On The Sd Memory Card

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Touch the entry you want. Touch the POI you want. The searched location appears on the map screen. = For the subsequent operations, refer to Set- ting a route to your destination on page Selecting a location you searched for recently The searched location appears on the map...
  • Page 47: Searching For A Location By Coordinates

    Chapter Searching for and selecting a location Searching for a location by Enter the latitude, and then touch [OK]. coordinates Entering a latitude and longitude pinpoints the location. Touch [Home] on the map screen and then touch [Navigation]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 28.
  • Page 48: After The Location Is Decided

    Chapter After the location is decided Setting a route to your Touch [OK]. destination Route confirmation screen Search for a location. = For details, refer to Chapter 8. After searching for the destination, the Lo- cation confirmation screen appears. Touch [OK]. Location confirmation screen The displayed route is set as your route, and the route guidance starts.
  • Page 49: Checking And Modifying The Current

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Displaying the “Route info” Modifying the route screen calculation conditions You can modify the conditions for route calcu- Touch [Home] on the map screen and lation and recalculate the current route. then touch [Navigation]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen Display the “Route info”...
  • Page 50: Checking The Current Itinerary

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route p The system may calculate a route that in- Avoid Toll Road This setting controls whether toll roads (in- cludes streets or bridges that are subject to cluding toll areas) should be taken into ac- traffic restrictions during a certain time even if “On”...
  • Page 51: Deleting A Waypoint

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Display the “Route info” screen. Touch [OK] on the “Waypoints List” = For details, refer to Displaying the “Route screen. info” screen on page 49. Touch [Waypoints]. The “Waypoints List” screen appears. Touch [Add]. The route is recalculated, and the Route con- firmation screen appears.
  • Page 52: Canceling The Route Guidance

    Chapter Checking and modifying the current route Display the “Route info” screen. Touch [Home] on the map screen and = For details, refer to Displaying the “Route then touch [Navigation]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen info” screen on page 49. switching overview on page 28.
  • Page 53: Registering And Editing Locations

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Storing a location in Registering a location by scroll “Favorites” mode Storing your favorite locations as “Favorites” Touch and drag the screen to scroll the map to the position that you want to regis- provides you with the opportunity to save the ter.
  • Page 54: Editing Your Home

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Touch the item that you want to Touch next to the home location. change the setting. The “Edit Favorite” screen appears. p Up to 17 characters can be input for the Touch the item that you want to name.
  • Page 55: Deleting The Entry From The "favorites" List

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Touch [Favorites]. Touch [Delete]. The “Select Favorite” screen appears. Touch [Sort]. Each time you touch [Sort] changes the sort order. p Current order is indicated on the upper right of the screen. Sorts the items in the list in order of the re- A message will appear asking you to confirm cently used items.
  • Page 56: Editing Your Home

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Touch [Home]. Touch the item that you want to change the setting. The “Select Search method” screen appears. # Touch [Phone #]. Search for a location. You can edit the registered phone number. To dial After searching for a point, display it on a the number, touch map, then touch [OK].
  • Page 57: Exporting And Importing "favorites" Items

    Chapter Registering and editing locations Select the location you want to delete. Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. Touch [Home] on the map screen and then touch [Navigation]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 28.
  • Page 58 Chapter Registering and editing locations Store the item into the SD memory card by using the AVIC FEEDS. Insert an SD memory card into the SD card slot. Touch [Home] on the map screen and then touch [Navigation]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 28.
  • Page 59: Using Hands-free Phoning

    The default device name displayed on the Even when the connection is severed for cellular phone is “PIONEER NAVI”. The PIN some reason, the system automatically re- code is “1111”. connects the specified cellular phone (ex- cept when the connection is severed due to cellular phone operation).
  • Page 60: Searching For Nearby Phones

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Searching for nearby phones Touch [Search devices]. The system searches for available cellular phones near the navigation system, displays them in a list, and registers them for connec- tion. Activate the Bluetooth wireless tech- nology on your cellular phone. For some cellular phones, no specific action is necessary to activate Bluetooth wireless tech- The “Nearby Devices”...
  • Page 61: Pairing From Your Cellular Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [Setting] on the “Phone Menu” Touch the cellular phone name you want to register. screen. The “Bluetooth Settings” screen appears. Touch [Connections]. The “Connection List” screen appears. Touch [Add]. A message prompting you to enter a PIN code appears.
  • Page 62: Searching For A Specified Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning p If registration fails, repeat the procedure the connection and displays them in the list if from the beginning. the device has been found. p If you cannot find the desired model name Touch [OK]. on the list, touch [Other phones] to search the cellular phones available nearby.
  • Page 63: Deleting A Registered Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Deleting a registered phone Connecting and disconnecting a registered cellular phone If you no longer need to use a registered phone with the navigation system, you can de- Connecting a registered lete it from the registration assignment to free cellular phone this spot up for another phone.
  • Page 64: Disconnecting A Cellular Phone

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch the name of the cellular phone Making a phone call that you want to connect. You can make a phone call in many different ways. Direct dialing Display the “Phone Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the Phone Menu on page 59.
  • Page 65: Calling A Number In The "contacts

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Display the “Phone Menu” screen. Makes the screen jump to the beginning of the = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- page including the entry whose names start with any of selected letters or numbers. playing the Phone Menu on page 59.
  • Page 66: Dialing The Entry Stored In The "favorites" List

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Display the “Phone Menu” screen. Touch next to the location that you = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- want to make a call. The “Edit Favorite” screen appears. playing the Phone Menu on page 59. Touch [Received], [Dialed] or [Missed].
  • Page 67: Receiving A Phone Call

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Scroll the map, and place the cursor on To answer an incoming call, touch an icon on the map. Touch Detailed information is displayed. Touch to make a call. To cancel the call after the system starts dial- ing, touch Touch to end the call.
  • Page 68: Transferring The Phone Book

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Transferring the phone book Touch [OK]. You can transfer the phone book entries from your cellular phone to the phone book of navi- gation system. p Depending on the cellular phone, Phone Book may be called Contacts, Business card or something else.
  • Page 69: Clearing Memory

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning # Touch [Clear All]. When the completion message ap- pears, check the message and touch [OK]. It clears all the data that correspond to the con- nected cellular phone. Touch [Yes]. Data on the selected item is cleared from this navigation system’s memory.
  • Page 70: Stopping Bluetooth Wave Transmission

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Stopping Bluetooth wave No automatic response. Respond manually. ! Immediately: transmission Answers immediately. You can stop transmission of electric waves by ! After 3 seconds: turning off the Bluetooth function. If you do Answers after three seconds. not use the Bluetooth wireless technology, we ! After 6 seconds: recommend selecting “Off”.
  • Page 71: Setting Automatic Connection

    You can change the device name to be dis- the update, read through the instructions played on your cellular phone. (Default is on the website. Follow the instructions on “PIONEER NAVI”.) the website for steps until [Update] be- comes active. Display the “Phone Menu” screen.
  • Page 72: Notes For Hands-free Phoning

    Chapter Using hands-free phoning Touch [Update]. tion system, and then perform the phone book transfer. Making and receiving calls ! You may hear a noise in the following situa- tions: — When you answer the phone by using the button on the phone. —...
  • Page 73 Chapter Using hands-free phoning Phone book transfers ! If there are more than 400 phone book en- tries on your cellular phone, all entries may not be able to be downloaded completely. ! With some cellular phones, it may not be possible to transfer all items in the Con- tacts at one time.
  • Page 74: Fuel Cost Management

    Chapter Fuel cost management Using the “Gas Mileage” ! Gas Price: = For details, refer to Calculating the fuel function consumption on this page. ! Gas Unit: Inputting the fuel consumption Set the fuel unit. information for calculating the ! Currency: fuel cost Set the unit of currency.
  • Page 75: Exporting The Data Of Fuel Cost Information

    Chapter Fuel cost management Enter the fuel consumption informa- Insert an SD memory card into the SD tion. card slot. Touch [Home] on the map screen and then touch [Navigation]. = For details of the operations, refer to Screen switching overview on page 28. Touch [Gas Mileage].
  • Page 76 Chapter Fuel cost management Touch [Export] next to “Gas Mileage”. Data export starts. After the data is exported, the completion mes- sage appears. Touch [OK]. The “Navigation Menu” screen appears.
  • Page 77: Using Applications

    Chapter Using Applications Connect the USB cable to your PC. This product enables you to use applications downloaded via the utility program AVIC Connect the detachable device and your PC FEEDS, providing for navigation functions and using the USB cable. a wide variety of entertainment functions.
  • Page 78 Chapter Using Applications p The navigation system can recognize a maximum of 8 applications. p The navigation system can run one applica- tion at a time. p When running an application that outputs sound, set the audio source to “Off”. p For details of applications, refer to the uti- lity program AVIC FEEDS.
  • Page 79: Basic Operations Of The Audio Source

    Chapter Basic operations of the audio source Turning off the audio source This chapter describes the basic operations of the audio source. You can play or use the following sources with the navigation system. ! TUNER (FM, AM) ! CD ! ROM (MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA) ! USB The following sources can be played back or...
  • Page 80: Audio Screen Switching Overview

    Chapter Basic operations of the audio source Audio screen switching overview Press the button. Press and hold the button for a few seconds. Press the center of MULTI-CONTROL Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select the item.
  • Page 81: What You Can Do On Each Menu

    Chapter Basic operations of the audio source What you can do on each menu 1 Audio operation screen When you play an audio source, this screen appears. 2 Function select screen You can select either “Function Menu” or “Audio Menu”. Depending on the audio source, “Function Menu”...
  • Page 82: Reading The Screen

    Chapter Using the radio (TUNER) Using the touch panel keys You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- tion system. This section describes operations for radio. Press the SRC/OFF button to display the “TUNER” screen. = For details, refer to Switching the audio source on page 79.
  • Page 83: Using The Radio (tuner)

    Chapter Using the radio (TUNER) Display the “Function Menu” screen. Storing and recalling = For details of the operation, refer to Display- broadcast frequencies ing the “Function Menu” screen on page With a touch of any of the preset tuning keys , you can easily store up to six broad- Turn MULTI-CONTROL to display cast frequencies for later recall (also with the...
  • Page 84: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter HD Radioä reception You can listen to the radio by using the naviga- Shows the channel name of broadcast tion system. This section describes operations channel. for HD Radio reception. : Artist name p You have to connect an HD Radio tuner (e. Shows the artist name for the current g.
  • Page 85: Storing And Recalling Broadcast Frequencies

    Chapter HD Radioä reception = For details, refer to Storing and recalling Using the function menu broadcast frequencies on this page. Display the “Function Menu” screen. = For details of the operation, refer to Display- ing the “Function Menu” screen on page Operating by hardware buttons Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select a func-...
  • Page 86: Tuning In Strong Signals

    Chapter HD Radioä reception on “Blending” turns to “On” auto- Tuning in strong signals matically. Local seek tuning allows you to tune in only those radio stations with sufficiently strong signals for good reception. Switching the reception mode Display the “Function Menu” screen. If a digital broadcast reception condition gets = For details of the operation, refer to Display- poor, the tuner automatically switches to the...
  • Page 87: Playing Audio Cds

    Chapter Playing audio CDs You can play a normal music CD using the : Track title* built-in drive of the navigation system. This Shows the title of the track currently section describes how. playing (when available). 3 Playback condition indicator % Insert the disc you want to play into Indicates the current playback condition.
  • Page 88: Operating By Hardware Buttons

    Chapter Playing audio CDs 2 S.Rtrv: Pressing the center of MULTI-CONTROL Sets Sound Retriever function. The function select screen appears. = For details, refer to Using Sound Re- Pressing the LIST button triever on the next page. Shows the list to select a track. p This function is available only when the Playback and Pause CD-TEXT disc is played.
  • Page 89: Setting A Repeat Play Range

    Chapter Playing audio CDs p If you skip a track forward or backward dur- Setting a repeat play range ing scan play, the scan play is automatically The repeat play range can be changed by canceled. touching only one key. p If you touch during scan play, the scan play is automatically canceled and playback...
  • Page 90 Chapter Playing music files on ROM You can play a disc that contains compressed Shows the elapsed playing time within audio files using the built-in drive of the navi- the current track. ! Comment gation system. This section describes these operations.
  • Page 91: Playing Music Files On Rom

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM Scanning folders and files Scans folders and tracks. Indicator: Meaning = For details, refer to Scanning folders and No indicator Cancels the scan play. tracks on page 93. Plays the first audio files of each folder for about 10 seconds when the repeat range is set to Operating by hardware...
  • Page 92: Selecting A Track From The List

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM p When a folder is selected, the first track of Pressing the center of MULTI-CONTROL The function select screen appears. the selected folder is played by pressing and holding the center of Pressing the LIST button MULTI-CONTROL.
  • Page 93: Scanning Folders And Tracks

    Chapter Playing music files on ROM p If you touch % Touch [S.Rtrv] repeatedly to select the while the repeat play range desired setting. is set to , the repeat play range changes Each touch of [S.Rtrv] changes the settings as automatically and tracks will be follows: played in random order.
  • Page 94 Chapter Playing music files on USB You can play the compressed audio files Shows the folder name currently play- stored in the USB storage device. ing. p In the following description, the MP3, : File name WMA, AAC, WAV files are collectively re- Shows the file name currently playing.
  • Page 95: Playing Music Files On Usb

    Chapter Playing music files on USB Pressing MULTI-CONTROL up or down 5 Sound Retriever indicator Plays the first playable file on the previous or = For details, refer to Using Sound Re- next folder. triever on page 97. p The folders where there are no playable files are skipped.
  • Page 96: Setting A Repeat Play Range

    Chapter Playing music files on USB ! No indicator (all repeat): Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select the de- sired file name. Repeats all. p If you perform returning to the root folder while the repeat play range is set to , the repeat play range changes to all re- peat automatically.
  • Page 97: Playback And Pause

    Chapter Playing music files on USB p If you touch during scan play, the scan play is automatically canceled and files will be played in random order. Playback and Pause % Touch Playback of the current file pauses, and “Pause” is displayed. p To turn pause off, touch again.
  • Page 98 Chapter Using an iPod Using the USB interface cable for iPod en- Shows the title of the current song. ables you to connect your iPod to the naviga- When a podcast is played, the episode tion system. is displayed. p A USB interface cable for iPod (CD-IU50) : Artist name (sold separately) is required for connection.
  • Page 99: Using An Ipod

    Chapter Using an iPod Using the touch panel keys Pressing MULTI-CONTROL left Skips to the start of the current song. Pressing it twice continuously will skip to the previous song. Pressing and holding MULTI-CONTROL left Performs fast reverse. Pressing the center of MULTI-CONTROL The function select screen appears.
  • Page 100: Searching For Applicable Items Alphabetically

    Chapter Using an iPod p Pressing MULTI-CONTROL up or down en- Press the LIST button to display the top ables you to perform the equivalent opera- category menu. p To return to the previous screen, press the tion. BAND/ESC button. Press the center of MULTI-CONTROL to narrow down the content of the category.
  • Page 101: Playing All Songs In Random Order (shuffle All)

    Chapter Using an iPod ! Album list of currently playing genre This function can be operated with the follow- ! Album list of currently playing artist ing iPod models: ! Song list of currently playing album ! iPod nano second generation ! iPod nano third generation p Depending on the number of files in the ! iPod nano fourth generation...
  • Page 102: Using The Function Menu

    Chapter Using an iPod % Touch [S.Rtrv] repeatedly to select the Press the center of MULTI-CONTROL to desired setting. set. Each touch of [S.Rtrv] changes the settings as Each press of MULTI-CONTROL changes the follows: settings as follows: ! Repeat All: Sound Retriever function (level 1) is acti- Repeats all songs in the selected list.
  • Page 103: Playback And Pause

    Chapter Using an iPod Playback and Pause Display the “Function Menu” screen. = For details of the operation, refer to Display- ing the “Function Menu” screen on page Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select “Pause”. Press the center of MULTI-CONTROL to set. Press the center of MULTI-CONTROL to switch between “On”...
  • Page 104 Chapter Using the XM tuner ! Band You can use the navigation system to control an XM satellite digital tuner, which is sold se- Shows the XM band that has been se- parately. lected. ! Channel number indicated next to For details concerning operation, refer to the “CH”...
  • Page 105: Using The Xm Tuner

    Chapter Using the XM tuner Using the touch panel keys Pressing and holding MULTI-CONTROL left or right During Channel mode: You can skip the broadcasting channels. During Category mode: You can skip the broadcasting channels within a selected category. Pressing the center of MULTI-CONTROL The function select screen appears.
  • Page 106 Chapter Using the XM tuner % Touch repeatedly to set the desired channel select mode. The setting is changed as follows: : Channel mode You can select a channel from all channels when you operate this function. : Category mode You can select a channel within a selected category that you operate this function.
  • Page 107: Using The Sirius Tuner

    Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE is Shows which source has been selected. required. For details concerning operation, 2 Text display area refer to the owner’s manual of Pioneer SIR- ! Band IUS BUS INTERFACE and SiriusConnect Shows the SIRIUS band that has been universal tuner.
  • Page 108: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Operating by hardware Shows what channel select mode has been selected. You can select a channel from all buttons channels in Channel mode, and select a channel from the selected category in Pressing the BAND/ESC button Category mode.
  • Page 109: Switching The Sirius Channel Select Mode

    BUS INTERFACE (if Pioneer SIRIUS BUS IN- preset tuning keys TERFACE capable for this function). As soon as you tune to a channel, Pioneer SIRIUS BUS INTERFACE automatically begins storing the Switching the SIRIUS broadcast. It can store approximately up to 44...
  • Page 110: Using The Function Menu

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner Time position — Channel number — Chan- p To turn the Game Alert off of the selected nel name — Channel category — Artist league, press the center of name/feature — Song/program title — MULTI-CONTROL again. Composer Press MULTI-CONTROL up or down to p You cannot replay the broadcast prior to the...
  • Page 111: Displaying Game Information

    Chapter Using the SIRIUS tuner p If you do not operate the function within about 10 seconds, the display is automati- cally returned. p To cancel the alert, press BAND/ESC but- ton. p Alerts may not be provided depending on the status of the navigation system.
  • Page 112: Using The Touch Panel Keys

    Using the external unit (EXT1, EXT2) The term “external unit” refers to future Using the touch panel keys Pioneer devices that are not currently planned for, or to devices that allow control of basic functions although they are not fully con- trolled by the navigation system.
  • Page 113: Using The External Unit (ext1, Ext2)

    Chapter Using the external unit (EXT1, EXT2) Using the function menu Switches between automatic and manual function Display the “Function Menu” screen. = For details of the operation, refer to Display- Display the “Function Menu” screen. ing the “Function Menu” screen on page = For details of the operation, refer to Display- ing the “Function Menu”...
  • Page 114: Selecting "aux" As The Source

    Chapter Using the AUX source A stereo mini plug cable lets you connect your navigation system to auxiliary equipment. For more details, refer to the stereo mini plug cable owner’s manual. Reading the screen 1 Source icon Shows which source has been selected. Selecting “AUX”...
  • Page 115: Customizing Preferences Displaying The "settings Menu" Screen

    Chapter Customizing preferences Displaying the “Settings Controls the master volume of both the navi- gation guidance and beep. Menu” screen When set to , guidance is output. When set Touch [Home] on the map screen. , no guidance is output. The “Top Menu”...
  • Page 116: Setting The Time Difference

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch the desired language. Summer time setting is off by default. Touch After the language is selected, the previous [Summer Time] to change the setting if you screen returns. are in the summer time period. Touch [OK] on the “Region” screen. Touch [Time format].
  • Page 117: Setting The Keyboard Layout

    Chapter Customizing preferences = For details, refer to Changing the unit be- tween km and miles on the previous page. Display the “Settings Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the “Settings Menu” screen on ! [QWERTZ]: page 115.
  • Page 118 Chapter Customizing preferences p Creating a customized POI is possible by Touch the main category you want. using the utility program “AVIC FEEDS” which is available separately, on your PC. (“AVIC FEEDS” will be available on our web- site.) Store the customized POI into the SD memory card properly, and then insert it to the SD card slot.
  • Page 119: Displaying Maneuvers

    Chapter Customizing preferences = For details, refer to How to read the map Touch [OK]. screen on page 32. Display the “Settings Menu” screen. = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- playing the “Settings Menu” screen on page 115. Touch [Map].
  • Page 120: Setting The Map Color Change Between Day And Night

    Chapter Customizing preferences Setting the map color change Setting the auto-zoom display between day and night This setting enables switching to an enlarged map around the point where your vehicle is To improve the visibility of the map during the approaching an intersection, entrance/exit of evening, you can set the timing for changing freeway or a junction.
  • Page 121: Setting The Current Street Name Display

    Chapter Customizing preferences Setting the current street name Setting the power-saving display function Selects whether to display or hide the street You can select the setting of the screen back- name (or city name) that your vehicle is travel- light to save the battery power. ing along.
  • Page 122: Correcting The Current Location

    Chapter Customizing preferences When the parking brake is applied, “On” is Correcting the current location displayed. When the parking brake is re- Touch the screen to adjust the current position leased, “Off” is displayed. and direction of the vehicle displayed on the 3 Illumination map.
  • Page 123: Adjusting The Screen Brightness

    Chapter Customizing preferences Display the “Settings Menu” screen. Adjusting the screen = For details of the operations, refer to Dis- brightness playing the “Settings Menu” screen on page 115. You can set the screen brightness for each of the following situations. Touch [Drive Log].
  • Page 124: Restoring The Default Setting

    Chapter Customizing preferences Touch [Demo Mode]. Touch [Screen Off]. The screen is turned off. p Touch anywhere on the screen to turn it back on. Displaying the “Initial Setting” screen To customize the initial settings, display the “Initial Setting” screen. Each time you touch the key changes that set- ting.
  • Page 125: Setting The Illumination Color

    Chapter Customizing preferences Setting the illumination color Setting the rear output and subwoofer controller The illumination color can be selected from 10 different colors. Furthermore, the illumination The navigation system’s rear output can be color can be switched between these 10 colors used for a full-range speaker or subwoofer in order.
  • Page 126: Switching The Sound Muting Attenuation

    Chapter Customizing preferences Switching the sound Press the center of MULTI-CONTROL. The “Audio Menu” screen appears. muting/attenuation 2 3 4 You can select the muting method when the voice guidance is output. p When you use a cellular phone connected with Bluetooth technology (dialing, talking, incoming call), the audio source volume is always muted independently of this setting.
  • Page 127: Using The Equalizer

    Chapter Customizing preferences = For details, refer to Setting the rear out- Equalizer curve put and subwoofer controller on page Natural is a curve in which low-pitched and high- 125. pitched sounds are slightly boosted. Display the “Audio Menu” screen. Vocal is a curve in which the midrange, which is the = For details, refer to Displaying the human vocal range, is boosted.
  • Page 128: Adjusting Loudness

    Chapter Customizing preferences Display the “Audio Menu” screen. Press the center of MULTI-CONTROL to = For details, refer to Displaying the turn loudness on. “Audio Menu” screen on page 126. Loudness level (e.g., Mid) appears in the dis- play. Turn MULTI-CONTROL to select p To turn loudness off, press “P.EQ Setting1”.
  • Page 129: Enhancing Bass (bass Booster)

    Chapter Customizing preferences Press MULTI-CONTROL up or down to Using the high pass filter adjust the output level of the subwoofer. When you do not want low sounds from the Each time MULTI-CONTROL is pressed up or subwoofer output frequency range to play down, subwoofer level increases or decreases.
  • Page 130 Chapter Customizing preferences Press MULTI-CONTROL up or down to adjust the source volume. Each time MULTI-CONTROL is pressed up or down, source volume increases or decreases. “+4” to “–4” is displayed as the source volume is increased or decreased. The following AV sources are set to the same source level adjustment volume automatically.
  • Page 131: Other Functions Monitoring The Battery Status

    Chapter Other functions Monitoring the battery status A message appears when the remaining bat- tery life is getting low. You can check the battery status of the detach- able device. Attach the detachable device to the head unit. = For detailed operations, refer to the Opera- tion Manual for AVIC-U310BT.
  • Page 132: Returning The Navigation System To The Default Or Factory Settings

    Chapter Other functions Touch [Cpy Setting]. Returning the navigation A message confirming whether to update the system to the default or settings appears. factory settings Touch [Yes]. You can return settings or recorded contents Update starts. to the default or factory settings. There are After the settings are updated, a message con- four methods to clear user data, and the situa- firming whether to restart the navigation sys-...
  • Page 133: Setting Items To Be Deleted

    Chapter Other functions Setting items to be deleted The items to be deleted vary depending on the reset method. The items listed in the following table return to the default or factory settings. Any items not listed below will be retained. However, if you carry out [Clear user information], all the settings related to the navigation function includ- ing the items not listed below are deleted.
  • Page 134: Method 1

    Chapter Other functions Audio functions Method 1 Method 2 Method 3 Method 4 1 (*2) — — — Volume 1 (*2) — — — Initial Settings All settings 1 (*2) — — — Audio Menu All settings TUNER, iPod, EXT, 1 (*2) —...
  • Page 135: Appendix Troubleshooting

    If you have problems operating your navigation system, refer to this section. The most common problems are listed below, along with likely causes and solutions. If a solution to your problem cannot be found here, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized Pioneer service facility. Problems in the procedures for updating...
  • Page 136 Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) You cannot position your vehicle The GPS antenna is in an unsuitable The quality of signals from the GPS satellites on the map without a significant location. is poor, causing reduced positioning accu- positioning error. racy.
  • Page 137 Appendix Appendix Symptom Cause Action (Reference) The person on the other end of The voice from the person on the Use the following methods to reduce the the phone call cannot hear the other end of the phone call is output echo: —Lower the volume on the receiver conversation due to an echo.
  • Page 138 Appendix Appendix Problems with the phone screen Symptom Cause Action (Reference) Dialing is not possible because Your phone is out of range for ser- Retry after re-entering the range for service. the touch panel keys for dialing vice. are inactive. The connection between the cellular Perform the connection process.
  • Page 139: Messages And How To React To Them

    Messages in the procedures for updating Message When What to do An error occurred and the up- Unexpected error occurred in the Consult your local Pioneer dealer if this mes- date failed. update process. sage persist. Messages for navigation functions Message...
  • Page 140: Route Info

    Appendix Appendix Display information “Navigation Menu” screen Page Page Coordinate Address Gas Mileage Go Home Eco Graph Route info Spell Name Cpy Setting Near Me Data In/Out 57, 75 Near Dest. Connect PC Around City AVIC FEEDS Favorites 45, 53 History 46, 56 Cancel...
  • Page 141: Ui Language, Voice Language

    Appendix Appendix “Settings Menu” screen Page Page Connection Sound Calibrate Region Brightness UI Language, Voice Language Drive Log Time Demo Mode km / mile F. Reset Speed Screen Off Keyboard Overlay POI View Mode Show Maneuver AV Guide Mode Day/Night Display Road Color Close Up View Favorites Icon...
  • Page 142: Contacts

    Appendix Appendix “Phone Menu” screen Page Dial Pad Call Home Contacts GOOG-411 Received Dialed Missed Transfer Volume Phone Ringtone Phone Voice Setting Connections Bluetooth On/Off Auto Answer Preference Refuse All Calls Echo Cancel Auto Connect Edit Name Clear Memory Bluetooth Software Update...
  • Page 144 TEL: (03) 9586-6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC. 300 Allstate Parkway, Markham, Ontario L3R 0P2, Canada TEL: 1-877-283-5901 TEL: 905-479-4411 PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO, S.A. de C.V. Blvd.Manuel Avila Camacho 138 10 piso Col.Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico, D.F. 11000 TEL: 55-9178-4270 先鋒股份有限公司...

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