User manual BLAUPUNKT TRAVELPILOT DX-R70 CLASSIC
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Manual abstract: user guide BLAUPUNKT TRAVELPILOT DX-R70 CLASSIC
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] At all times, the driver must decide whether or not to heed the information provided. We do not accept liability for erroneous data provided by the navigation system. Due to continual changes in traffic routing or deviations in the data, it may occur that imprecise or erroneous information is given. Therefore, actual road signs and traffic regulations must always be observed. [. . . ] · If, at the end of the call, the function 3ULYDWH was activated, it will be deactivated again for the next call. X Press the rotary control/ push button to switch the function on ( ) or off ( ).
Telephone fast access functions
In fast access mode the last 20 numbers or names which have been dialled, answered or rejected will be displayed in chronological order. Notes: The fast access entries have been given symbols (the symbols are displayed in the following order number not in memory, mobile phone number, business number, private number and SIM card entries): · The symbols , , , and stand for answered calls. · The symbols , , , and stand for outgoing calls.
You may: · Call numbers and names listed in fast access mode directly. the entry will not be deleted when the maximum number of entries is reached. · Save an entry from the fast access list to the address book or to the SIM card (internal phone and SIM-Access only).
The telephone fast access function appears.
Call up the telephone fast access function. X Turn the rotary control/ push button and then press the rotary control/ push button to select the required number or name from the list. The call connection to the required person will be started immediately.
Protecting an entry
Call up the telephone fast access function. X Switch protection on ( ) or off ( ) by pressing the rotary control/ push button . Protected entries are identified by the symbol.
Deleting an entry
Call up the telephone fast access function. X Turn the rotary control/ push button and then press the rotary control/ push button to select the 'HOHWH HQWU\ entry. · Unread SMS are displayed at the top of the list and identified by the symbol.
The text of the SMS is displayed. In addition, you will be provided with information on the date and time sent as well as on the sender's details (the name if available, otherwise the number). Notes: · You can have the SMS read aloud by selecting the 5HDG RXW entry. · By selecting the 2SWLRQV entry you can switch to the functions described in "Options for SMS read aloud" on page 122. If such a message is received, it will appear as an SMS without text.
Select the 606 entry.
Open the SMS fast access function. X Confirm your selection by pressing the rotary control/ push button .
Turn the rotary control/push button to scroll through the message.
The SMS fast access function appears.
Options for SMS read aloud
In one of the SMS messages that has been opened for reading, select the 2S WLRQV entry.
Replying You can immediately write a reply to the SMS received and send this back to the sender.
Deleting X In the SMS Options menu, select the 'HOHWH entry.
or Select the SMS in the SMS fast access list. X Press the rotary control/ push button and hold until the SMS Options menu appears.
In the SMS Options menu, select the 5HSO\ entry.
When the prompt appears, select <HV to delete the SMS or 1R to retain it.
Turn the rotary control/push button to select one of the following options:
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You can then enter and send the message as described below. However, the phone number is not requested when you send the message.
Storing number in address book You can save the sender's phone number in the address book. Proceed as described in "Saving a number in the address book" on page 117.
Returning call You can establish a telephone connection to the sender's phone number.
In the SMS Options menu, select the $QVZHU FDOO entry.
'HOHWH DOO 606.
Confirm your selection by pressing the rotary control/ push button .
Proceed as described in the Telephone section.
Saving number to SIM card You can save the sender's phone number to the SIM card.
In the SMS Options menu, select the 6DYH QR RQ 6, 0 FDUG entry. Proceed as described in "Saving number to SIM card" on page 119. Editing You can edit/add to the SMS message and then send this again or save it.
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SD Memory Card (Secure Digital Memory Card) A "Secure Digital Memory Card" is a permanently rewritable, compact memory medium. [. . . ]
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