INFINITI NAVIGATION SYSTEM                INFINITI CONSUMER AFFAIRS DE-                  FOREWORD
HELPDESK CONTACT INFORMA...
Table of Contents
                                                         INFINITI Voice Recognition .............. 2-30
...
Viewing GPS current location                             Route guidance............................ 10-10
information........
1 Introduction


How to use this manual ................................... 1-2       Safety information ....................
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  HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL                    FOR SAFE OPERATION                               REFERENCE SY...
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  SAFETY INFORMATION
                                                                     WARNING!       ...
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     LASER PRODUCT
This navigation system is certified as a
Class 1 laser product.
The navigation system ...
2 Getting started


Control buttons and functions........................... 2-2              Storing your home location/a...
2. Getting started

  CONTROL BUTTONS AND FUNCTIONS




2-2
2. Getting started

CONTROL PANEL
G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Convertible,
QX56, EX35 and FX50/FX35
&
1   <STATUS>:
    Push to di...
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      and the navigation information, such               INFO:
      as GPS and version information, e...
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                                                                                             &
      ...
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INFINITI CONTROLLER                             &
                                                3   ...
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&
4   Center dial:
                                                 STEERING SWITCH                  ...
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      setting.                                 QX56                                        &
         ...
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M45/M35                                           audio system can be operated.              START-UP...
2. Getting started

       INFO:                                       NAVIGATION SYSTEM STATUS SCREEN              &
    ...
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FUNCTIONS DISABLED WHILE DRIVING   To ensure safe driving, some functions
                            ...
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  MENU SCREEN AND HOW TO OPERATE                                                        3. Push <BACK>...
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                                                                                                   INF...
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START MENU (G37, G37 Coupe, G37                    INFO:
Convertible, M45/M35, EX35 and              <...
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                                                                                                      ...
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  TOUCH PANEL OPERATION                        When the item is touched, the following          Inputt...
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  MAP MENU SCREEN                               CURRENT LOCATION MAP SCREEN                   .   Map ...
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SCROLLED LOCATION MAP SCREEN                   .   Nearby:                                      you de...
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  STORING YOUR HOME LOCATION/AD-
  DRESS

HOW TO STORE YOUR HOME
If your home location is already stor...
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                                                    INFO:                                      SETTING...
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   <ENTER>.                                                                                     INFO:
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                                                    STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE
                          ...
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DELETING A ROUTE
To delete a route already set, use the
following procedure. If you delete a route,
th...
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  OPERATING MAPS                                                                           &
         ...
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&
9           Scale indicator:
                                                  SETTING THE VOICE GU...
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   <ENTER>.
ADJUSTING VOICE GUIDANCE VO-
LUME
You can adjust the volume of voice
guidance.



        ...
2. Getting started

                  INFO:                                         HOW TO INPUT LETTERS AND NUMBERS
     ...
2. Getting started

                                                                                                   .  ...
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                                                                                                  INFO...
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    INFINITI VOICE RECOGNITION                    .   When using the system in French, com-          B...
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GIVING VOICE COMMANDS




                                                                         2. ...
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Operating tips
.   Say a command after the tone.
.   Commands that are available are al-
    ways sho...
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Command List
Category Command:

Command                 Action
Navigation              Operates Navig...
2. Getting started

Information Command:

Command                Action
Fuel Economy           Displays fuel economy infor...
2. Getting started

VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLES
To use the voice recognition function,
speaking one command is sometimes
suffic...
2. Getting started

                                            6. Speak the name of the city, “Gardena”.




4. Speak “Ad...
2. Getting started

       INFO:                                    Example 2: Placing a call to the
   If you do not know...
2. Getting started




2. The system announces, “Would you like   5. Speak “800”.                               7. The sys...
2. Getting started

                                                        area code first and then follow the prompts.
 ...
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                                                                            6. Speak “Dial”.




     ...
3 Map settings


Map types....................................................... 3-2      Operating with the touch operat...
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Details the functions and features of your vehicle's Navigation System.

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  1. 1. INFINITI NAVIGATION SYSTEM INFINITI CONSUMER AFFAIRS DE- FOREWORD HELPDESK CONTACT INFORMATION PARTMENT Thank you for purchasing an INFINITI For assistance or inquiries about the For assistance or inquiries about the vehicle. INFINITI Navigation System contact the INFINITI warranty, service or general ques- This user’s manual is for the navigation INFINITI NAVIGATION SYSTEM HELPDESK at: tions, contact the INFINITI Consumer Affairs system only. This manual contains operat- . ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1588 Orem, Department at: ing instructions for the INFINITI Navigation UT 84059-992 For U.S. customers System offered in your INFINITI vehicle. . E-MAIL: Nissan-Navi-Info@navteq.com 1-800-662-6200 Please read this manual carefully to ensure . WEB SITE: www.navigation.com For Canadian customers safe operation of the navigation system. 1-800-361-4792 . Because of possible specification . PHONES: 888-661-9995 Nissan 800-777-0325 Infiniti changes and optional equipment, sec- tions of this manual may not apply to . FAX: 801-431-5643 your vehicle. . HOURS: 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM . All information, specifications and il- (Pacific Time) lustrations in this manual are those in effect at the time of printing. INFINITI reserves the right to change specifica- tions or design at any time without notice. . Do not remove this manual from the vehicle when selling this vehicle. The next user of this navigation system may need the manual.
  2. 2. Table of Contents INFINITI Voice Recognition .............. 2-30 1 Introduction 5 Route guidance How to use this manual................... 1-2 3 Map settings Procedures after setting a For safe operation............................ 1-2 destination ...................................... 5-2 Safety information ........................... 1-3 Map types ....................................... 3-2 Route screen ................................... 5-5 Laser product .................................. 1-4 Returning to the current vehicle About route guidance .................... 5-24 location ........................................... 3-4 Moving a map ................................. 3-5 2 Getting started Changing the scale of a map ........... 3-9 6 Storing a location/route Control buttons and functions.......... 2-2 Other settings for the map Storing a location ............................ 6-2 Start-up screen................................ 2-9 screen ........................................... 3-12 Storing a route ................................ 6-5 Navigation system status screen .... 2-10 Looking at information on the Storing a tracked route .................... 6-6 Functions disabled while driving .... 2-11 map .............................................. 3-19 Storing an avoid area ...................... 6-7 Menu screen and how to operate... 2-12 Editing the address book ................. 6-9 Touch panel operation ................... 2-16 4 Setting a destination Deleting a stored item ................... 6-22 Map menu screen .......................... 2-17 Destination screen ........................... 4-2 Storing your home location/ 7 Viewing technical information address ......................................... 2-19 Operations after setting a destination .................................... 4-25 Information screen........................... 7-2 Setting a destination ..................... 2-20 Operating maps............................. 2-24 Viewing available traffic Setting the voice guidance............. 2-25 information...................................... 7-3 How to input letters and Viewing information about current numbers........................................ 2-27 vehicle location ............................... 7-9
  3. 3. Viewing GPS current location Route guidance............................ 10-10 information...................................... 7-9 Notes on XM NavTraffic® Viewing navigation system version information.................................. 10-14 information.................................... 7-10 Map data..................................... 10-15 How to handle the display ........... 10-19 8 Other settings Settings screen................................ 8-2 11 Troubleshooting guide Display settings............................... 8-2 Customer assistance...................... 11-2 Navigation setting............................ 8-4 Basic operations............................ 11-3 Volume adjustment.......................... 8-9 Vehicle icon................................... 11-4 Clock settings ................................ 8-10 Route calculation and visual Language and unit settings............ 8-11 guidance ....................................... 11-6 Voice guidance .............................. 11-8 9 Voice recognition Voice recognition ........................... 11-9 Traffic information........................ 11-10 INFINITI Voice Recognition ................ 9-2 Standard mode................................ 9-3 Alternate command mode .............. 9-15 10 General system information Features of this navigation system .......................................... 10-2 Current vehicle location ................. 10-4 Route calculation ........................... 10-8
  4. 4. 1 Introduction How to use this manual ................................... 1-2 Safety information ........................................... 1-3 For safe operation ........................................... 1-2 Laser product .................................................. 1-4 Reference symbols....................................... 1-2
  5. 5. 1. Introduction HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL FOR SAFE OPERATION REFERENCE SYMBOLS This manual uses special words, symbols INFO: and icons, organized by function. WARNING! Please refer to the following items and This indicates information that is necessary for This is used to indicate the presence of a familiarize yourself with them. efficient use of your vehicle or accessories. hazard that could cause death or serious personal injury. To avoid or reduce the risk, the procedures must be followed precisely. Reference page: This indicates the title and page that you should refer to. CAUTION! <>: This is used to indicate the presence of a This indicates a button on the control hazard that could cause minor or moderate panel. personal injury or damage to your vehicle. To avoid or reduce the risk, the procedures must be followed carefully. [ ]: This indicates a key/item displayed on the screen. NOTE: This indicates an item to help you understand Voice Command: and maximize the performance of your vehicle. This indicates an operation by voice If ignored, it may lead to a malfunction or poor command. performance. 1-2
  6. 6. 1. Introduction SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING! CAUTION! This system is primarily designed to help . When the driver wants to operate the . Do not use this system if you notice any you reach your destination, and it also navigation system or use the INFINITI malfunctions such as a frozen screen or performs other functions as outlined in this controller, first park the vehicle in a safe the lack of sound. Continued use of the manual. However, you, the driver, must use location and set the parking brake. system may result in accidents, fire or the system safely and properly. Informa- Operating the system while driving can electrical shock. tion concerning road conditions, traffic distract the driver and may result in a . Some states/provinces may have laws signs and the availability of services may serious accident. limiting the use of video screens while not always be up-to-date. The system is not a substitute for safe, proper and legal . Do not rely on route guidance alone. driving. Use this system only where it is driving. Always be sure that all driving maneu- legal to do so. vers are legal and safe in order to avoid . Extreme temperature conditions [below Before using the navigation system, please accidents. –48F (–208C) and above 1588F (708C)] read the following safety information. Al- ways use the system as outlined in this . Do not disassemble or modify this could affect the performance of the manual. system. If you do, it may result in system. accidents, fire or electrical shock. . If you notice any foreign objects in the NOTE: system hardware, spill liquid on the system or notice smoke or a smell Do not keep the navigation system running with coming from it, stop using the system the engine stopped. Doing so may discharge immediately and contact an INFINITI the vehicle battery. When you use the naviga- dealer. Ignoring such conditions may tion system, always keep the engine running. lead to accidents, fire or electrical shock. 1-3
  7. 7. 1. Introduction LASER PRODUCT This navigation system is certified as a Class 1 laser product. The navigation system complies with DHHS Required XM Radio and XM NavTraffic® Rules 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J. monthly subscriptions are sold separately after a trial period. XM NavTraffic® is only WARNING! available in select markets. For more . Do not disassemble or modify this information, system. There are no user serviceable see www.xmradio.com/navtraffic. parts in this navigation system. . If maintenance, adjustments and opera- tions other than those specified in this manual are attempted, injury due to laser radiation and exposure could occur. 1-4
  8. 8. 2 Getting started Control buttons and functions........................... 2-2 Storing your home location/address................ 2-19 Control panel .............................................. 2-3 How to store your home............................. 2-19 INFINITI controller ........................................ 2-6 Setting a destination...................................... 2-20 Steering switch............................................ 2-7 Searching for a destination......................... 2-20 Start-up screen................................................ 2-9 Starting route guidance.............................. 2-22 Navigation system status screen ..................... 2-10 Deleting a route ........................................ 2-23 Functions disabled while driving ..................... 2-11 Operating maps............................................. 2-24 Menu screen and how to operate .................... 2-12 How to view map screen ............................ 2-24 Menu screens and their purposes ............... 2-12 Setting the voice guidance ............................. 2-25 Using controls to adjust values, levels, Turning voice guidance ON/OFF................... 2-25 etc. .......................................................... 2-13 Adjusting voice guidance volume ................ 2-26 Start menu How to input letters and numbers ................... 2-27 (G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Convertible, M45/ Character (letter and number) input M35, EX35 and FX50/FX35) ........................ 2-14 screen ...................................................... 2-27 List screen ................................................ 2-15 Phone number input screen........................ 2-28 Touch panel operation.................................... 2-16 INFINITI Voice Recognition............................... 2-30 Example of touch panel operation ............... 2-16 Using the system....................................... 2-30 Map menu screen .......................................... 2-17 Before starting .......................................... 2-30 Current location map screen ....................... 2-17 Giving voice commands.............................. 2-31 Scrolled location map screen ...................... 2-18 Voice command examples .......................... 2-35
  9. 9. 2. Getting started CONTROL BUTTONS AND FUNCTIONS 2-2
  10. 10. 2. Getting started CONTROL PANEL G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Convertible, QX56, EX35 and FX50/FX35 & 1 <STATUS>: Push to display the current status of the air conditioner, radio, audio, vehi- cle information (driveable distance and average fuel economy) and navigation systems. & 2 <DEST>: Push to enter a destination. Various methods for entering a destination are available. “4. Setting a destination” & 3 <ROUTE>: Push to access guidance control func- tions (guidance cancellation, route priority, waypoint setting on the route, etc.). & 4 INFINITI controller: Push to highlight an item on the screen, select the highlighted item, move on the map, etc. & 5 <INFO>: Push to display the vehicle information 2-3
  11. 11. 2. Getting started and the navigation information, such INFO: as GPS and version information, etc. . If <BACK> needs to be pushed to apply the & 6 <DAY/NIGHT OFF> : setting in a settings screen, this manual will Push to switch between the day screen explicitly include a step for this procedure. (bright) and the night screen (dark). Otherwise, pushing <BACK> returns you to Push and hold to turn off the display. the previous screen. Push again to turn on the display. . The layout of the control panel switches may & 7 <SETTING>: vary depending on the vehicle model and Push to access the system settings. equipment. & 8 <VOICE>: Push to repeat voice guidance for a guide point. & 9 <BACK>: Push to return to the previous screen. On a settings screen, this button can also be used to apply the setting. In a character input screen, this button can also delete the characters that have been entered. & 10 <MAP>: Push to display the current location map screen. & 11 <ZOOM IN>, <ZOOM OUT>: Push to switch to the zoom mode to change the map scale. 2-4
  12. 12. 2. Getting started & 5 <SETTING> : Push to access the system settings. & 6 <STATUS>: Push to display the current status of the air conditioner, radio, audio, vehi- cle information (driveable distance and average fuel economy) and navigation systems. & 7 <ZOOM IN>, <ZOOM OUT>: Push to switch to the zoom mode to change the map scale. & 8 <DAY/NIGHT OFF> : Push to switch between the day screen (bright) and the night screen (dark). M45/M35 & 3 <MAP> : Push and hold to turn off the display. Push again to turn on the display. & 1 <DEST> : Push to display the current location map screen. & 9 INFINITI controller: Push to enter a destination. Various methods for entering a destination are & 4 <INFO> : Push to highlight an item on the screen, select the highlighted item, available. Push to display the vehicle information move on the map, etc. “4. Setting a destination” and the navigation information, such & 2 <ROUTE> : as GPS and version information, etc. Push to access guidance control func- tions (guidance cancellation, route priority, waypoint setting on the route, etc.). 2-5
  13. 13. 2. Getting started INFINITI CONTROLLER & 3 Additional directional buttons: M45/M35 G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Convertible, Use to move across the map or high- QX56, EX35 and FX50/FX35 light an item on the character input screen. & 4 Center dial: Turn to highlight an item on the screen or adjust a setting. Turn the center dial on the map screen. The map scale is displayed. Use the center dial to adjust the map scale. & 1 <ENTER>: Push to select the highlighted item on the screen. & 1 <ENTER>: If this button is pushed while a map is Push to select the highlighted item on displayed, the map menu screen is the screen. displayed. If this button is pushed while a map is displayed, the map menu screen is & 2 Main directional buttons: displayed. Use to move across the map, highlight an item on the screen or adjust a & 2 Main directional buttons: setting (volume, brightness, etc.). Use to move across the map, highlight an item on the screen or adjust a & 3 Additional directional buttons: setting (volume, brightness, etc.). Use to move across the map or high- light an item on the character input screen. 2-6
  14. 14. 2. Getting started & 4 Center dial: STEERING SWITCH & 1 <ENTER>: Turn to highlight an item on the screen G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Convertible, Tilt to highlight an item on the screen or adjust a setting. EX35 and FX50/FX35 or adjust a setting. Push to select the Turn the center dial on the map screen. highlighted item. The map scale is displayed. Use the If this button is pushed while a map is center dial to adjust the map scale. displayed, the map menu screen is & 5 <BACK> : displayed. “MAP MENU SCREEN” (page 2-17) Push to return to the previous screen. Push and hold to display the start In a settings screen, this button can menu. also be used to apply the setting. On a “START MENU (G37, G37 Coupe, character input screen, this button can G37 Convertible, M45/M35, EX35 also delete the characters that have and FX50/FX35)” (page 2-14) been entered. If this button is tilted up while the & 6 <VOICE>: G37, G37 Coupe, audio function is activated and the Push to repeat voice guidance for a G37 Convertible and EX35 map or status screen is displayed, the guide point. audio system can be operated. INFO: & 2 : Use to adjust the volume. These If <BACK> needs to be pushed to apply the buttons have the same function as setting in a settings screen, this manual will that of the volume knob. Refer to the explicitly include a step for this procedure. vehicle Owner’s Manual. Otherwise, pushing <BACK> returns you to the previous screen. & 3 : Push this button during a setting operation to return to the previous screen. In a settings screen, this FX50/FX35 button can also be used to apply the 2-7
  15. 15. 2. Getting started setting. QX56 & 3 : & 4 <TALK> : Push to end a call when in the phone Push to start the voice recognition mode. mode. Push and hold for 1 second to Use to switch the audio mode (source). cancel voice commands when in the Refer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual. voice recognition mode. & 4 Tuning switch: & 5 <SOURCE>: Use to operate the audio system. Refer Use to switch the audio mode (source). to the vehicle Owner’s Manual. Refer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual. & 1 <VOL>: Use to adjust the volume. This button has the same function as that of the volume knob. Refer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual. & 2 <TALK> : Push to start the voice recognition mode. Push and hold for 1 second to cancel voice commands when in the voice recognition mode. Push and hold to display the phone screen when not in the voice recognition mode. 2-8
  16. 16. 2. Getting started M45/M35 audio system can be operated. START-UP SCREEN & 2 : Push this button during a setting operation to return to the previous screen. On a settings screen, this button can also be used to apply the setting. & 3 <TALK> : Push to start the voice recognition mode. Push and hold for 1 second to 1. The navigation system starts when the cancel voice commands when in the ignition switch is pushed to the ACC or voice recognition mode. & 1 <ENTER>: Push and hold when not in the voice ON position. Tilt to highlight an item on the screen recognition mode to display the phone or adjust a setting. Push to select the screen. highlighted item. If this button is pushed while a map is & 4 : Use to adjust the volume. These displayed, the map menu screen is buttons have the same function as displayed. that of the volume knob. Refer to the “MAP MENU SCREEN” (page 2-17) vehicle Owner’s Manual. Push and hold to display the start menu. & 5 <SOURCE>: 2. As the start-up screen is displayed, “START MENU (G37, G37 Coupe, Use to switch the audio mode (source). read the precautions carefully, high- G37 Convertible, M45/M35, EX35 Refer to the vehicle Owner’s Manual. light [OK] and push <ENTER> or touch and FX50/FX35)” (page 2-14) [OK]. If this button is tilted up while the audio function is activated and the map or status screen is displayed, the 2-9
  17. 17. 2. Getting started INFO: NAVIGATION SYSTEM STATUS SCREEN & 1 Turning direction at the next intersec- If you do not push <ENTER> for more than 30 By pushing <STATUS> while the current tion seconds, the status screen will be displayed. Push <DEST>, <MAP>, <ROUTE>, <INFO>, location map screen is displayed, you can & 2 Distance to the next intersection display the current status of the navigation <SETTING>, <STATUS> or <TALK> to return to the start-up screen. system. & 3 Remaining time to the destination Each time <STATUS> is pushed, displayed information is switched in the order of & 4 Name of the next street audio, air conditioner, vehicle information and navigation route information. INFO: There are different status screens displayed depending on various factors, such as the currently active mode, whether a destination has been set or not, etc. When a route to the destination is not set and the audio system is off, a screen similar to the one above appears. When a route to the destination is set and the audio system is on, a screen similar to the one above appears. 2-10
  18. 18. 2. Getting started FUNCTIONS DISABLED WHILE DRIVING To ensure safe driving, some functions cannot be operated while driving. The on-screen functions that are not available while driving will be “grayed- out” or muted. In some cases, certain text will not be displayed on the screen. Park the vehicle in a safe location and then operate the navigation system. 2-11
  19. 19. 2. Getting started MENU SCREEN AND HOW TO OPERATE 3. Push <BACK> to return to the previous screen without applying any changes. Push <MAP> to return to the current location map screen without applying any changes. INFO: . Depending on the menu selected, push- ing <MAP> may not return you to the current location map screen. . You can also select an item by tilting the steering switch up and down (G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Convertible, M45/M35 and EX35). MENU SCREENS AND THEIR PUR- How to select a menu item POSES Example: <DEST> screen Push <DEST>, <ROUTE>, <PHONE>, <INFO> or 1. Turn the center dial clockwise or <SETTING> to display the corresponding counterclockwise or push the up or menu screen. down button of the main directional buttons. An item is highlighted accord- ingly. 2. To select the preferred menu item, highlight the item and push <ENTER>. The next screen is displayed. 2-12
  20. 20. 2. Getting started INFO: . You can also adjust the volume of phone and voice guidance, the display brightness, etc. by tilting the steering switch up and down. . This same adjustment can also be made by the touch panel operation. “Adjusting the volume and others” (page 2-16) USING CONTROLS TO ADJUST VA- How to adjust LUES, LEVELS, ETC. 1. Highlight the preferred setting item and There are four main methods you can use push <ENTER>. The color of the corre- to control the navigation system: the sponding adjustment item changes. center dial, the main directional buttons, 2. Use one of the controls, and the value the touch panel and the steering switch. or bar indicating levels increases or Use these controls to adjust the volume of decreases accordingly. phone and voice guidance, the display brightness, etc. 3. Push <ENTER> or <BACK> to apply the setting. 2-13
  21. 21. 2. Getting started START MENU (G37, G37 Coupe, G37 INFO: Convertible, M45/M35, EX35 and <ENTER> on the steering switch can be used to FX50/FX35) display the start menu only when the map or The start menu can be displayed using the status screen is displayed. steering switch. Available items . Destination: Displays the destination screen. It is the same screen that appears when you push <DEST>. “4. Setting a destination” . Route: Displays the route screen. It is the same screen that appears when you 1. Push and hold <ENTER> on the steering push <ROUTE>. switch. “5. Route guidance” 2. Highlight the preferred item and push . Information: <ENTER>. Displays the information screen. It is the same screen that appears when you push <INFO>. “7. Viewing technical information” . Settings: Displays the settings screen. It is the same screen that appears when you push <SETTING>. “8. Other settings” 2-14
  22. 22. 2. Getting started the entry number of the selected item. Turn the center dial or push the up or down buttons of the main directional buttons to scroll the list. & 5 Highlight and push <ENTER> to sort the list by shortest distance. & 6 Highlight and push <ENTER> to sort the list in the original order. & 7 When the list is sorted by the shortest distance, you can confirm the selected location in the preview on the right side of the screen. LIST SCREEN highlight the item and push the right button of the main directional buttons After searching for a point of interest, a list to show the hidden part of the name. screen is displayed. You can also display the hidden part of Depending on the list displayed, it can be the name by touching . sorted. & 2 Distance from the current location Items displayed in a list & 3 Direction to the point of interest & 1 Highlight the preferred item from the list and push <ENTER> to select it. & 4 If the entire list cannot be displayed on If a location or facility name is not the screen, the system displays the completely displayed (due to length), total number of items in the list and 2-15
  23. 23. 2. Getting started TOUCH PANEL OPERATION When the item is touched, the following Inputting letters and numbers screen is displayed. With this system, the same operations as those for the INFINITI controller are possi- Adjusting the volume and others ble using the touch panel operation. This manual describes the operations using the INFINITI controller. For the operations that differ from those of the INFINITI controller and for useful methods for using the touch panel opera- tion, refer to each section. 1. Touch the letter or number. EXAMPLE OF TOUCH PANEL OPERA- 2. When you desire to delete a character, Touch [+] or [–] located on the right and left touch [Delete]. Push and hold [Delete] TION of the bar graph to perform the adjust- to delete all of the characters. Here, the operation examples performed ment. with the touch panel operation are de- Scrolling the message or list scribed. Selecting the item Touching [UP] or [DOWN] allows you to scroll the message or list. 2-16
  24. 24. 2. Getting started MAP MENU SCREEN CURRENT LOCATION MAP SCREEN . Map Settings: Performs the map operations such as Push <ENTER> while the current location the switching of map type and the map screen or a scrolled map screen is setting of map orientation and scale. displayed to display the menu correspond- “OTHER SETTINGS FOR THE MAP ing to that screen. SCREEN” (page 3-12) This menu allows you to quickly use . Landmark Icons: helpful functions, such as setting a desti- Allows you to display certain points of nation easily and searching for Points of interest near the current vehicle loca- Interest nearby. tion on the map, such as restaurants To select a menu item, use the method If <ENTER> is pushed while the current and gas stations, etc. described in “Menu screen types and how location map screen is displayed, the “DISPLAYING LANDMARK ICONS” to operate”. following options are available. (page 3-19) . Store Location: . Store Tracking: INFO: Allows you to store the current vehicle Allows you to store in the Address Book location in the Address Book. The the route that you have travelled from With the touch operation, the same screen can stored location can be retrieved as the starting point to the current loca- be displayed by touching [Map Menu] located necessary to set it as a destination tion. on the map screen. (waypoint). “STORING A TRACKED ROUTE” “STORING A LOCATION” (page 6-2) (page 6-6) . Nearby: . Guide Screen: Allows you to search for points of Set the default display screen for route interest near the current vehicle loca- guidance. tion, such as restaurants and gas “Visual guidance settings” stations, etc. (page 5-20) “SETTING A NEARBY PLACE” (page 4-15) 2-17
  25. 25. 2. Getting started SCROLLED LOCATION MAP SCREEN . Nearby: you desire to check. Allows you to search for points of Please note that incident details are a interest near the map location where feature of Traffic Information, and that you pushed <ENTER> and set it as a an XM NavTraffic® subscription is re- destination or waypoint. quired in order to receive Traffic In- Use the same search method as the formation. one for POI. “SETTING A NEARBY PLACE” (page 4-15) . Store Location: If <ENTER> is pushed while a scrolled map Allows you to store the map location screen is displayed, the following options where you pushed <ENTER> in the are available. Address Book. The stored location can . New Dest.: be retrieved to set it as a destination or Allows you to set the destination to the waypoint. map location where you pushed “STORING A LOCATION” (page 6-2) <ENTER>. If a destination is already . Delete: set, the location will be set as the Allows you to delete a stored location, new destination. destination or waypoint. To delete it, “SETTING FROM MAP” (page 4-24) place the cross pointer over the corre- . Add to Route: sponding icon. Allows you to set the map location . Incident Details: where you pushed <ENTER> as the Can be selected only when the traffic destination or a waypoint. information icon is displayed. This is available only when the sug- Displays the details of the traffic gested route is already set. information icon that is being dis- “Setting a destination or way- played. point” (page 5-8) Place the cross pointer over the icon 2-18
  26. 26. 2. Getting started STORING YOUR HOME LOCATION/AD- DRESS HOW TO STORE YOUR HOME If your home location is already stored in the Address Book, it can be easily retrieved to set the route to your home. The procedure to store your home location is the same as for storing any other 2. Highlight [Home Location (Add New)] 4. Highlight [Street Address] and push location. and push <ENTER>. <ENTER>. A character input screen is “4. Setting a destination” displayed. As an example, the procedure for storing your home location by searching for a destination by address is described here. 3. A confirmation message is displayed. Confirm the contents of the message, 5. Enter the address of your home, high- highlight [Yes] and push <ENTER>. light [OK] and push <ENTER>. The map screen is displayed. “SETTING A STREET ADDRESS” (page 4-4) 1. Push <DEST>. 2-19
  27. 27. 2. Getting started INFO: SETTING A DESTINATION You can also perform the same setting by pushing <SETTING> and selecting [Navigation]. SEARCHING FOR A DESTINATION “STORING A LOCATION BY SEARCHING” As an example, the method for setting an (page 6-2) airport as the destination using [Points of Interest] is described here. 6. Pushing the directional buttons, adjust your home location if necessary. 7. After adjusting the location, push <ENTER>. 1. Push <DEST>. 8. A message is displayed and your home location is stored. 9. Push <MAP> to return to the current location map screen. The home icon is displayed on the map. 2. Highlight [Points of Interest] and push 2-20
  28. 28. 2. Getting started <ENTER>. INFO: You can enter the city name and facility name to narrow down your search. The number of narrowed down points are displayed in the “Matches” column. 5. Highlight [By Name] and push <ENTER>. 3. Highlight [Travel] and push <ENTER>. A character input screen is displayed. 7. Highlight the preferred airport from the list and push <ENTER>. INFO: 4. From the category list, highlight [AIR- 6. Highlight [List] and push <ENTER>. . By selecting [By Dist.], you can sort the PORT] and push <ENTER>. list by the shortest distance. A list screen is displayed. . The position of the selected location is displayed in the preview on the right side of the screen. 2-21
  29. 29. 2. Getting started STARTING ROUTE GUIDANCE After setting the destination and perform- ing route calculation, the suggested route is displayed. 8. The selected destination is displayed at 3. When approaching a guide point, the the center of the map. Highlight [Start] system automatically changes to the after confirming the location of the split screen and shows an enlarged displayed destination, and push view of the intersection in the left <ENTER>. screen. 1. Highlight [Start] and push <ENTER>. Push <MAP> to switch to the full map INFO: screen. . The system sets the destination to the selected location and starts calculating a route. . Even after setting a destination, you can adjust the location of the destination, store the route, etc. if necessary. “OPERATIONS AFTER SETTING A DESTINATION” (page 4-25) 2. Once route guidance is started, the system navigates you through the 4. When arriving at the destination, route guide points using visual and voice guidance automatically ends. guidance. 2-22
  30. 30. 2. Getting started DELETING A ROUTE To delete a route already set, use the following procedure. If you delete a route, the destination is also deleted. 3. A confirmation message is displayed. Highlight [Yes] and push <ENTER>. INFO: If a route is cancelled, [Cancel Route] changes to [Resume Route]. Highlight [Resume Route] and push <ENTER> to 1. Push <ROUTE>. reactivate the cancelled route. This is available only until a new route is set. 2. Highlight [Cancel Route] and push <ENTER>. 2-23
  31. 31. 2. Getting started OPERATING MAPS & 4 Waypoint: Displays the locations that you travel past when going to the destination. A maximum of 5 waypoints can be set. & 5 Destination: Indicates the destination location of the route guidance. When the map scale is 300 ft (100 m) or less in Plan View, or 1/4 mile (500 m) or less in BirdviewTM: The name is displayed on the map screen. & 6 Suggested route: Appears in bold yellow during route guidance. & 7 Map Menu icon: Touch the icon to display the Map HOW TO VIEW MAP SCREEN & 2 Starting point: Menu screen. Displays the vehicle location, with “MAP MENU SCREEN” (page 2-17) The navigation system displays various information on the map screen. which the route is set, as the starting & 8 / Direction indicator: point. Indicates the direction of the map. Screen information & 3 Guide point: Touch the icon to switch the direction & 1 Vehicle icon: Indicates a guide point on the route. of the map. Indicates the current vehicle location “SETTINGS OF HEADING/LONG and the direction that you are travel- RANGE MAP VIEW” (page 3-14) ing. 2-24
  32. 32. 2. Getting started & 9 Scale indicator: SETTING THE VOICE GUIDANCE Indicates the scale of the map. Touch the icon to display the scale bar. TURNING VOICE GUIDANCE ON/OFF This allows the map scale to be You can activate or deactivate voice gui- adjusted. dance and adjust the volume. “OPERATING WITH THE TOUCH OPERATION” (page 3-10) & 10 Street name: Displays the name of the street that 3. Highlight [Guidance Voice] and push you are currently driving on. <ENTER>. The indicator illuminates if voice guidance is activated. Other settings You can also activate or deactivate voice guidance using the following procedure. 1. Push <ROUTE>. 1) Push <SETTING>. 2) Highlight [Volume and Beeps] and push <ENTER>. 2. Highlight [Guidance Settings] and push <ENTER>. 3) Highlight [Guidance Voice] and push 2-25
  33. 33. 2. Getting started <ENTER>. ADJUSTING VOICE GUIDANCE VO- LUME You can adjust the volume of voice guidance. 3. Highlight [Guidance Vol.] and push <ENTER>. G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Convertible and EX35 1. Push <SETTING>. 4. Adjust the voice guidance volume by using the center dial or main direc- tional buttons. FX50/FX35 2. Highlight [Volume and Beeps] and push <ENTER>. 2-26
  34. 34. 2. Getting started INFO: HOW TO INPUT LETTERS AND NUMBERS You can also adjust the volume by turning the audio system volume knob or pushing on CHARACTER (letter and number) the steering switch while voice guidance is INPUT SCREEN being announced (G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Con- You will have to enter alphanumeric vertible, M45/M35, EX35 and FX50/FX35) or characters when setting a destination, tilting <VOL> on the steering switch (QX56 only). searching for a facility or editing the stored locations, etc. QX56 1. Use the touch panel, center dial, main directional buttons or additional direc- tional buttons to highlight a character on the displayed keyboard. M45/M35 2-27
  35. 35. 2. Getting started . Symbol keys are displayed by highlight- ing [Symbols] and pushing <ENTER>. Alphabet keys are displayed by high- lighting [A-Z] and pushing <ENTER>. 2. Push <ENTER>. The highlighted charac- 4. After finishing the entry, highlight [List] ter is entered. and push <ENTER>. INFO: Symbol input screen . You can push <BACK> on the control panel to return to the previous screen, PHONE NUMBER INPUT SCREEN but only after deleting all the characters You can enter a phone number as a search entered. method to look for a point of interest. . When you touch [BACK] on the screen, the screen returns to the previous screen INFO: 3. Push <BACK>, or highlight [Delete] and even when characters have been en- push <ENTER> to delete the last char- tered. Only the locations included in the database in acter entered. . When the character that you have the map data can be searched by the phone entered can only be followed by one number. Push and hold <BACK> to delete all the other character, that character is entered characters entered. automatically. Highlight [Space] and push <ENTER> to . When you have entered text and nar- enter a space. rowed down the matching list items to a number that will fit on the screen, the list screen appears automatically. 2-28
  36. 36. 2. Getting started INFO: . You can push <BACK> on the control panel to return to the previous screen, but only after deleting all the numbers entered. . When you touch [BACK] on the screen, the screen returns to the previous screen even when numbers have been entered. 1. Use the touch panel, center dial, main 3. Push <BACK>, or highlight [Delete] and directional buttons or additional direc- push <ENTER> to delete the last number tional buttons to highlight a number on entered. the displayed keyboard. Push and hold <BACK> to delete all the numbers entered. 2. Push <ENTER>. The highlighted number is entered. 4. After finishing the entry, highlight [Map] and push <ENTER>. 2-29
  37. 37. 2. Getting started INFINITI VOICE RECOGNITION . When using the system in French, com- BEFORE STARTING mands and features differ from those INFINITI Voice Recognition allows hands- To get the best recognition performance of available when using the system in English. INFINITI Voice Recognition, observe the free operation of the navigation system If you select the “Français” key, the French and other systems equipped on this following: language will be displayed, so please use vehicle, in one of two modes, Standard the French Owner’s Manual. To obtain a . The interior of the vehicle should be as Mode or Alternate Command Mode. In French Owner’s Manual, please refer to the quiet as possible. Close the windows to Standard Mode, you can operate Phone vehicle Owner’s Manual. eliminate the surrounding noises (traf- and Information. fic noise and vibration sounds, etc.), . The voice recognition system cannot be The commands that are available are which may prevent the system from operated when the retractable hard top is always shown on the display and an- correctly recognizing the voice com- open (G37 Convertible only). nounced by the system. You can complete mands. your desired operation by simply following USING THE SYSTEM . Wait until the tone sounds before the prompts given by the system. In this speaking a command. mode, hands–free operation of Audio, Initialization . Speak in a natural conversational voice Climate Control and Display is not avail- When the ignition switch is pushed to the without pausing between words. able through Voice Recognition. ON position, INFINITI Voice Recognition is . If the air conditioner is set to “Auto”, initialized, which takes a few seconds. the fan speed is automatically lowered INFO: When completed, the system is ready to so that your commands can be recog- accept voice commands. If <TALK> is . For the voice commands for the audio, air pushed before the initialization completes, nized more easily. conditioner and other systems, refer to the the display will show the message: “Pho- Owner’s Manual of your vehicle. The follow- netic data downloading. Please wait.” ing sections refer only to the navigation, phone, and information systems. 2-30
  38. 38. 2. Getting started GIVING VOICE COMMANDS 2. A list of commands appears on the screen, and the system provides the QX56 voice menu prompt “Would you like to G37, G37 Coupe, access Phone, Navigation, Information G37 Convertible and EX35 or Help?”. 3. After the tone sounds and the icon on the screen changes from [ ] to [ ], speak a command. 4. Continue to follow the voice menu prompts and speak after the tone sounds until your desired operation is completed. M45/M35 1. Push <TALK> located on the steering FX50/FX35 switch. 2-31
  39. 39. 2. Getting started Operating tips . Say a command after the tone. . Commands that are available are al- ways shown on the display and spoken through voice menu prompts. Com- mands other than those that are dis- played are not accepted. Please follow the prompts given by the system. . If the command is not recognized, the system announces, “Please say again”. Repeat the command in a clear voice. . Push <BACK> once to return to the previous screen. . If you want to cancel the command, push and hold <TALK>. The message, “Voice cancelled” will be announced. . Push <TALK> to pause the operation. Push <TALK> again to restart the operation. . If you want to adjust the volume of the system feedback, push the volume control buttons [+] or [–] on the steering switch or use the audio system volume knob while the system is making an announcement. 2-32
  40. 40. 2. Getting started Command List Category Command: Command Action Navigation Operates Navigation function. Phone Operates Phone function. Information Displays vehicle Information function. Help Displays User Guide. Navigation Command: Command Action Address Searches for a location by the street address specified, and sets a route (for continental U.S. only). Places Sets a route to a facility near the current vehicle location. Home Sets a route to your home that is stored in the Address book. Previous Destinations Sets a route to a previous destination. Phone Command: Command Action Dial Number Makes a call to a spoken phone number up to 10 digits. Redial Makes a call to the latest dialed number. Phonebook Makes a call to a contact that is stored in the Phonebook. International Call Makes an international call by allowing more than 10 digits to be spoken. Change Number Corrects the phone number when it is not recognized (available during phone number entry). 2-33
  41. 41. 2. Getting started Information Command: Command Action Fuel Economy Displays fuel economy information. Trip Computer Displays trip information. Maintenance Displays maintenance information. Traffic Info. Turns the traffic information system ON and OFF. 2-34
  42. 42. 2. Getting started VOICE COMMAND EXAMPLES To use the voice recognition function, speaking one command is sometimes sufficient, but at other times it is necessary to speak two or more commands. As examples, some additional basic opera- tions that are performed by voice com- mands are described here. Example 1: Setting a destination by a street address FX50/FX35 M45/M35 1. Push <TALK> located on the steering switch. G37, G37 Coupe, QX56 G37 Convertible and EX35 2. The system announces, “Would you like to access Phone, Navigation, Informa- tion or Help?”. 3. Speak “Navigation”. 2-35
  43. 43. 2. Getting started 6. Speak the name of the city, “Gardena”. 4. Speak “Address”. 8. Voice feedback will be provided when 7. Speak the name of the street, “South the command is accepted, and the list Figueroa street”. of street names appears. 9. After the tone sounds and the icon on INFO: the screen changes again, speak “One”. Only the official street names stored in the map database can be recognized by the system. To improve accuracy, speak the street name precisely and include Boule- 5. Speak the name of the state, “Califor- vard, Way, North, South, etc., if known. If nia”. you are unsure of the full name, speaking only the name such as “Figueroa” is acceptable, but recognition accuracy may be reduced. 10. Speak the house number. “How to speak numbers” (page 9-23) 2-36
  44. 44. 2. Getting started INFO: Example 2: Placing a call to the If you do not know the house number, speak phone number 800-662-6200 “No house number”. QX56 11. To confirm the destination location on G37, G37 Coupe, the map, speak “Show map”. To G37 Convertible and EX35 calculate a route, speak “Calculate route”. M45/M35 1. Push <TALK> located on the steering switch. FX50/FX35 2-37
  45. 45. 2. Getting started 2. The system announces, “Would you like 5. Speak “800”. 7. The system announces, “Please say to access Phone, Navigation, Informa- last four digits or say change number”. tion or Help?”. Speak “6200”. 3. Speak “Phone”. 6. The system announces, “Please say next three digits or dial, or say change number”. Speak “662”. 8. The system announces, “Dial or Change Number?”. Speak “Dial”. 4. Speak “Dial Number”. 2-38
  46. 46. 2. Getting started area code first and then follow the prompts. . Do not add a “1” in front of the area code when speaking phone numbers. . If the system does not recognize your command, please try repeating the com- mand using a natural voice. Speaking too slow or too loudly may further decrease recognition performance. 9. The system makes a call to 800-662- 6200. Example 3: Placing an international call to the phone number 011-81- FX50/FX35 INFO: 111-222-3333 . You can also speak “800-662-6200” (10 continuous digits) or “662-6200” (7 contin- uous digits), if the area code is not necessary. However the 3-3-4 digit grouping is recommended for improved recognition. “How to speak numbers” (page 9-23) . The INFINITI voice recognition system is not limited to recognizing phone numbers of only 7 or 10 digits. To dial a number in a format other than the (3) 3-4 grouping, use QX56 the “International Call” command. G37, G37 Coupe, G37 Convertible and EX35 . If you say “Change Number” during phone number entry, the system will automatically request that you repeat the number using the 3-3-4 format. In this case please say the 2-39
  47. 47. 2. Getting started 6. Speak “Dial”. 4. Speak “International Call”. 7. The system makes a call to 011-81- M45/M35 111-222-3333. 1. Push <TALK> located on the steering switch. INFO: Any digit input format is available in the International Number input process. 5. Speak “01181111222333”. 2. The system announces, “Would you like to access Phone, Navigation, Informa- tion or Help?”. 3. Speak “Phone”. 2-40
  48. 48. 3 Map settings Map types....................................................... 3-2 Operating with the touch operation ............. 3-10 Plan view .................................................... 3-2 Map scale ................................................. 3-11 BirdviewTM .................................................. 3-3 Other settings for the map screen ................... 3-12 Building graphics ........................................ 3-3 Switching the map view ............................. 3-12 Returning to the current vehicle location............ 3-4 Settings of heading/long range map view .... 3-14 Operating with the touch operation ............... 3-5 Changing the BirdviewTM angle ................... 3-16 Moving a map ................................................. 3-5 Operation with split screen display ............. 3-18 Plan view .................................................... 3-5 Looking at information on the map ................. 3-19 BirdviewTM .................................................. 3-7 Displaying landmark icons.......................... 3-19 Changing the scale of a map ............................ 3-9 Map scrolling information........................... 3-20 Operating with the buttons on the control Map symbols ............................................ 3-22 panel.......................................................... 3-9 Operating with the center dial .................... 3-10

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