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  • Page 1

    KIA Navigation System
    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE



  • Page 2

    LOOKING FOR MORE INFORMATION?
    This Quick Reference Guide does not replace your System
    Owner's Manual.
    If you require additional information or are unsure of a specific
    issue, refer to the System Owner's Manual for additional
    information.

    iPod

    ®

    ®

    iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.
    ®

    Bluetooth Wireless Technology
    ®

    The Bluetooth Wireless Technology word mark and logos are registered
    ®
    trademarks owned by Bluetooth Wireless Technology SIG, Inc. and any
    use of such marks by KIA is under license.
    ®
    A Bluetooth Wireless Technology enabled cell phone is required to use
    ®
    Bluetooth Wireless Technology.

    HD Radio™ Technology
    HD Radio Technology manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital
    Corporation. U.S. and Foreign Patents.
    HD Radio™ and the HD, HD Radio, and "Arc" logos are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp.

    All Map Database cannot be copied without permission.
    This is protected by U.S. copyright laws. All rights not expressly granted are reserved.
    You may not otherwise reproduce, modify, and distribute the content without M&Soft,
    Inc's prior written consent.



  • Page 3

    Table of Contents
    Controls and Functions................................................................................................................................... 2
    Sound Settings ...................................................................................................................................................... 5
    Display Settings .................................................................................................................................................... 7
    FM/AM Mode .......................................................................................................................................................... 8
    SIRIUS Mode....................................................................................................................................................... 11
    CD Mode ................................................................................................................................................................. 14
    MP3 CD Mode .................................................................................................................................................... 16
    USB Mode.............................................................................................................................................................. 19
    iPod Mode .............................................................................................................................................................. 23
    AUX Mode.............................................................................................................................................................. 25
    Bluetooth® Audio ............................................................................................................................................... 26
    My Music Mode.................................................................................................................................................. 27
    Navigation .............................................................................................................................................................. 30
    Bluetooth® Handsfree.................................................................................................................................... 46
    Voice Recognition ............................................................................................................................................ 56



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    Controls and Functions
    Control Panel
    PWR key

    1

    VOL Knob

    • When

    power is off, press to turn power on.

    • When

    power is on, press and hold (over 0.8 seconds) to turn power off.

    • When

    power is on, press shortly (under 0.8 seconds) to turn Audio off.

    • Turn

    2

    left/right to control volume.

    FM/AM

    • Converts

    to FM/AM mode.
    time the key is pressed, the mode is
    changed in order of FM1 → FM2 →
    AM → FM1.

    • Each

    3

    7

    PHONE

    Takes user to home phone screen.
    4

    SAT

    Converts to SIRIUS mode
    Each time the key is pressed, the mode is
    changed in order of SIRIUS1 → SIRIUS2 →
    SIRIUS3 → SIRIUS1.
    5

    MEDIA

    • Displays

    CD, MP3, USB, iPod, AUX,
    Bluetooth® Audio Streaming, My Music modes.
    • If the media is not connected or a disc is not
    inserted, corresponding modes will be disabled.

    2

    4

    6

    3

    5

    14

    1

    6
    ,
    Pressed shortly. (under 0.8 seconds)
    • In

    FM/AM mode, plays previous/next frequency.
    SIRIUS mode, plays the previous/next channel.
    • In CD/MP3/USB/iPod/My Music modes, changes
    the track, file or chapter.
    • In

    Pressed and held. (over 0.8 seconds)
    • In

    FM/AM mode, continuously changes the frequency until the key is released and
    plays the current frequency.
    • In SIRIUS mode, continuously changes the channel until the key is released
    and plays the current channel.
    • In CD/MP3/USB/iPod/My Music modes, rewinds or fast-forwards the track or file.
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    Controls and Functions
    7

    Press to insert or eject disc.
    MAP
    VOICE

    8

    Displays the map for the current position.
    9
    13

    ROUTE

    Displays Route menu screen.
    10

    DEST

    Displays the Destination setup menu.
    11

    Displays the Setup mode.
    12

    TUNE key

    • In

    FM/AM mode, changes the frequency.
    • In SIRIUS mode, changes the channel.
    • In CD, MP3, USB, iPod, My Music modes,
    changes the track, file or chapter.
    8

    10

    13
    12

    4

    9

    11

    RESET

    Resets and restarts the system.
    14

    SD Card insert slot.

    CAUTION
    give your full attention to driving. Avoid operating your system in such a
    way that you may be distracted from driving your vehicle.

    • Always

    3



  • Page 6

    Controls and Functions
    Steering Wheel Remote Controller
    1 VOL+ VOL-

    Controls the volume.
    2

    1

    3
    2

    4

    MUTE

    6
    7

    Mutes the sound.
    3

    Λ

    V


    Pressed shortly. (under 0.8 seconds)
    • In FM/AM mode, searches broadcast frequencies saved to Presets.
    • In SIRIUS modes, searches broadcast channels saved to Presets.
    • In CD/MP3/USB/iPod/My Music modes,
    changes the track, file or chapter.
    Pressed and held. (over 0.8 seconds)
    • In FM/AM mode, automatically
    searches broadcast frequencies
    and channels.
    • In SIRIUS modes, automatically
    searches broadcast channels.
    • In CD/MP3/USB/iPod/My Music modes:
    rewinds or fast forwards the track of file.
    4

    MODE

    • Each

    time this key is pressed, the mode
    is changed in order of FM1→ FM2 → AM
    → SIRIUS1 → SIRIUS2 → SIRIUS3 →
    USB or iPod → AUX → Bluetooth® Audio
    → My Music.
    • If the media is not connected or a disc
    is not inserted, corresponding modes
    will be disabled.
    • Press and hold the key (over 0.8 seconds) to turn the Audio system on/off.
    • When power is off, press the key to turn
    power back on.
    5

    When pressed shortly. (under 0.8 seconds)
    4

    5

    • Activates

    voice recognition.
    When pressed and held. (over 0.8 seconds)
    • Ends voice recognition.
    6

    Pressed shortly. (under 1.2 seconds)
    • When pressed in the phone screen,
    displays call history screen.
    • When pressed in the dial screen,
    makes a call.
    • When pressed in the incoming call
    screen, answers the call.
    • When pressed during call waiting,
    switches to waiting call (Call Waiting)
    Pressed and held. (over 1.2 seconds)
    • When pressed in the Bluetooth ®
    Handsfree wait mode, redials the last
    call.
    • When pressed during a Bluetooth ®
    Handsfree call, switches call back to
    mobile phone (Private).
    • When pressed while calling on the
    mobile phone, switches call back to
    Bluetooth® Handsfree (Operates only
    when Bluetooth® Handsfree is connected).
    7
    • When

    pressed during a call, ends the
    phone call.
    • When pressed in the incoming call
    screen, rejects the call.



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    Sound Settings
    Sound button to
    Press the
    display the sound setting screen.

    i Information
    • UVO

    eServices are an optional fea-

    ture equipped in select vehicles

    Setting Balance/Fader
    Sound button ▶
    Press the
    Press Fader/Balance ▶ Set and
    press Done .

    Use the ▲ , ▼ , ◀ , ▶ buttons to
    move the cursor on the control screen
    to the desired position.
    Press CENTER to restore sound to
    the center position.

    Setting Bass/Mid/Treble
    Sound button ▶
    Press the
    Press Bass/Mid/Treble ▶ Set and
    press Done .

    Use the ◀ or ▶ buttons to adjust the
    Bass/Mid/Treble settings.

    Setting Volume Ratio
    Sound button ▶
    Press the
    Press Volume Ratio ▶ Set and
    press Done .

    These options are used to set the volume ratio by selecting from Navigation
    Priority/ Audio Priority/Same Ratio.
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    Sound Settings
    Advanced
    Sound button
    Press the
    ▶ Press Advanced ▶ Press
    Variable-EQ ▶ Set and press
    Done .

    This is used to set the Surround and
    Speed Dependent Volume Control
    features.

    Surround
    When turned on, sound with vivid,
    three dimensional effects can be
    enjoyed.

    Speed Dependent Volume Control
    Sound button ▶
    Press the
    Press Advanced ▶ Turn the
    feature On ▶ Set and press
    Done .

    The volume level is controlled automatically ac cording to the vehicle
    speed.

    Setting Beep
    Sound button ▶
    Press the
    Press Beep ▶ Set and press
    Done .
    Each press of this button turns the
    BEEP tone on/off.

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  • Page 9

    Display Settings
    Display Settings
    key ▶ Press
    Display .
    Setup ▶ Press

    Press the

    i Information
    • UVO

    eServices are an optional feature equipped in select vehicles

    Adjusting Brightness
    Display button ▶
    Press the
    Press Brightness ▶ Set and press
    Done .

    Use the ◀ or ▶ buttons to adjust the
    display brightness.

    Setting Display Mode
    Display button ▶
    Press the
    Press Display Mode ▶ Set and
    press Done .

    Press the button for the desired display mode from
    Automatic ,
    Daylight , and

    Light

    modes.

    7



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    FM/AM Mode
    Starting Mode
    Press the FM/AM key to change
    the mode in order of FM1 → FM2
    → AM.
    When the power is OFF, pressing the
    FM/AM key will turn the power on and
    play a radio broadcast

    Using Seek
    Press the
    key to
    ,
    automatically search for frequencies.
    • Shortly press the key (under 0.8 seconds) :

    Plays previous/next frequency
    • Press and hold the key (over 0.8 seconds) :

    Changes the frequency while pressed
    and receives the next frequency upon
    release.

    Using TUNE
    Press the key to manually select
    the frequency.
    • FM1/FM2 : Increases/decreases by

    200kHz
    • AM

    : Increases/decreases by 10kHz

    Selecting Presets
    From the 6 presets, select the frequency you want to listen to.

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    FM/AM Mode
    Saving Radio Frequency
    Saving Manually
    After selecting frequency ▶ Press
    and hold (over 0.8 seconds) the
    preset button.
    • A

    'beep' will sound and the fre-

    quency is saved to the selected
    preset button.

    Saving Automatically
    Press the Auto Store to automatically
    save receivable frequencies to Preset
    buttons.
    A total of 18 frequencies with six preset frequencies each for FM1/FM2/
    AM modes can be saved.

    Scanning Radio
    Frequency
    Press the Scan button to scan
    all radio frequencies.
    Starting from the current frequency,
    frequencies with superior reception
    are scanned for 5 seconds and the
    previous frequency is restored.

    9



  • Page 12

    FM/AM Mode
    Using the Menu Buttons
    Press the Menu button to use the
    Preset Scan menu.

    Preset Scan
    Menu button ▶ Press

    Press the

    Preset Scan .
    • Frequencies

    saved to the 6 preset

    buttons are each played for 5 seconds and the previous frequency is
    restored.

    Text On/Text Off
    Menu button ▶ Press

    Press the
    ON

    Text On .

    The Text feature is turned on/off.
    • If

    the

    ON

    Text On button is displayed

    (Text off state), information will not
    be displayed even if there is information being transmitted from the
    broadcast station.
    Text Off
    the

    • If

    Off

    button is dis-

    played (Text on state), then broadcast information will be displayed.
    Information may not be displayed if
    there is no information being transmitted from the broadcast station.

    10



  • Page 13

    HD RadioTM Mode
    Starting Mode
    Press the FM/AM key to turn on
    Radio mode.
    If an HD RadioTM broadcast is received,
    the radio mode will switch from analog
    broadcast to HD RadioTM broadcast.

    Operating HD RadioTM
    Mode
    Selecting a Frequency
    As HD RadioTM reception is included
    within Radio mode, the methods of moving between channels, saving presets,
    searching, or methods of searching frequencies are identical. However, while
    the HD Radio TM related icon display
    will become active when within regions
    where an HD RadioTM signal can be
    received.

    Using TUNE
    Press the key to manually select
    the frequency.

    Selecting through Preset
    From the 6 presets, select the HD RadioTM
    broadcast you want to listen to.

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  • Page 14

    HD Radio Mode
    Song-Tagging
    The song tagging feature provides
    a way to capture broadcasted song
    information from the radio for future
    purchase in iTunes.
    Upon connection of an Apple audio
    playback device , the "tagged songs"
    will be transferred to your iTunes
    account in your Tagged songs folder.

    HD RadioTM Digital
    Broadcast On/Off
    Press the SETUP key ▶ Press the
    HD Radio ▶ Press On / Off .
    HD RadioTM Broadcasts can be turned
    On and Off for HD RadioTM FM and
    AM mode.

    12



  • Page 15

    SIRIUS Mode
    Starting Mode
    Press the SAT key to change
    the mode in order of SIRIUS1 →
    SIRIUS2 → SIRIUS3.
    When the power is OFF, pressing the
    SAT key will turn the power on
    and play an SIRIUS Radio broadcast.

    Using SEEK
    Press the
    key
    ,
    on the control panel for under 0.8
    seconds.
    The previous or next channel will be
    selected.

    Using TUNE
    Press the key to display the
    previous or next channel information.
    After a brief moment, the selected
    channel will be displayed.

    Selecting Presets
    From the 6 presets, select the channel you want to listen to.

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  • Page 16

    SIRIUS Mode
    Selecting through Channel/
    Category List
    Press the List button ▶ Select
    the desired category and channel.
    Select the desired category and the
    channel.
    Once selected, the previous screen will
    be restored and the selected channel
    will begin playing.

    Saving SIRIUS Channels
    Saving Manually
    After selecting channel ▶ Press
    and hold (over 0.8 seconds) the
    preset button.
    • A

    confirmation ‘beep’ will be heard

    and the channel will be saved to the
    selected preset button.

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  • Page 17

    SIRIUS Mode
    Using the Menu Buttons
    Press the Menu button to use
    the Search, Preset Scan, and Scan
    menus.

    Search
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Search ▶ Enter numbers and

    press Done .
    Enter the number of the channel you
    want to receive.

    Preset Scan
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Preset Scan .

    Channels saved to the 6 preset buttons are each played for 10 seconds
    and then the previous channel is
    restored.

    Scan
    Press the Scan button to scan
    all channels.
    Starting from the current channel,
    channels with superior reception are
    scanned for 10 seconds and the previous channel is restored once scanning is complet

    15



  • Page 18

    CD Mode
    Starting Mode
    Press the MEDIA key ▶ Press
    CD .

    Playing a CD
    • Press

    the ▶

    button to play the

    track.
    • Press

    the ll

    button to pause the

    track.

    Fast-forwarding or Rewinding CD Tracks
    While playing ▶ Press and hold the
    key. (over 0.8
    ,
    seconds)
    This will rewind or fast-forward the
    track.
    While the

    ,

    key is

    being pressed, the track will rewind or
    fast-forward at 20x speed.
    Once released, the track will begin
    playing at normal speed.

    Searching CD Tracks
    Turn the key ▶ TUNE knob ▶
    Search tracks ▶ Once the desired
    track name is displayed, press the
    TUNE knob.
    When searching tracks, the track number
    is displayed in orange. Pressing the

    TUNE knob will play the corresponding
    track.

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  • Page 19

    CD Mode
    Using the Menu Buttons
    Press the Menu button to set the
    repeat, shuffle, scan and Info On/
    Info Off menus.

    Repeat
    Press the

    Menu button ▶Press

    Repeat .

    The current track is repeated.

    Shuffle
    Press the

    Menu button ▶Press

    Shuffle .

    Tracks within the disc are played in
    random order.

    Scan
    Press the
    Scan .

    Menu button ▶ Press

    The beginning (approx. 10 seconds) of all tracks within the CD are
    scanned.

    Info On/Info Off
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Info On .

    The amount of information displayed
    on the screen can be selected. When
    the title, artist, and album info are displayed, the button will automatically
    change to
    Info Off .
    Info Off to restore the previPress
    ous information display setting.

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  • Page 20

    MP3 CD Mode
    Starting Mode
    Press the MEDIA key ▶ Press
    MP3 .

    Playing MP3
    the ▶ button to play the file.
    • Press the ll button to pause the file.
    • Press

    Selecting MP3 files
    Selecting from the Mode Screen
    • Press

    the
    ,
    key
    to select the previous or next file.
    • Pressing and holding the
    ,
    key will rewind or fastforward the current file.

    Using Menus within List Screen

    Press the List button ▶ Select
    the file from the list.

    Fast-forwarding or Rewinding
    MP3 Files
    While playing ▶ Press and hold the
    key (over 0.8
    ,
    seconds).
    This will rewind or fast-forward the file.
    While the
    key is
    ,
    being pressed, the file will rewind or
    fast-forward at 20x speed.
    Once released, the file will begin playing at normal speed.

    Searching MP3 Files

    Turn the TUNE knob ▶ Search
    files ▶ Once the desired file na me
    is displayed, press the TUNE
    knob.
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    MP3 CD Mode
    Using the Menu Buttons
    Press the Menu button to set the
    copy, repeat, shuffle, scan, and Info
    On/Off options.

    Copy

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Press the
    Copy .

    The currently playing file is copied and
    saved in My Music.

    Repeat
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Repeat .

    Each time the button is pressed, the
    option is changed from Repeat Once →
    Off (Repeat All).

    Shuffle
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Shuffle .

    Each time the button is pressed, the
    option is changed from Shuffle Folder
    → Shuffle All → Off(Repeat All).

    Scan
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Scan .

    Each time the button is pressed, the option is changed from Folder Scan → Scan
    All → Off.

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    MP3 CD Mode
    Info On/Info Off
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Info On .

    The amount of information displayed
    on the screen can be changed.
    When the title, artist, and album info
    are displayed, the button will automatically change to Info Off . Press
    Info Off to restore the previous information display setting.

    Using Menus within
    the List Screen
    Moving between Lists
    Press the List button ▶ Press
    the ▲ , ▼ buttons.
    If five (5) or more files or folders exist
    in the same folder, the list will be displayed across two or more pages.
    Press the ▲ , ▼ cursor buttons to
    quickly find the desired page.

    Moving between Folders
    Press the
    button ▶ Select folder
    from the folder list.
    Pressing the

    button will move to the

    folder one level above the current folder.
    Pressing the Home button folder will
    move to the root folder.

    Returning to Current Location
    While searching files within other
    folders, press the Now Playing
    button to return to the currently
    playing file screen.
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  • Page 23

    USB Mode
    Starting USB Music
    Mode
    Press the MEDIA key ▶ Press
    USB Music . If the USB is not
    connected, then the USB Music
    button will be disabled.

    Playing USB Music
    the ▶

    button to play the

    USB Music.
    the ll

    button to pause

    • Press

    • Press

    USB Music.

    Searching USB Music Files
    While Playing ▶ Press the < , >
    buttons or the
    ,
    key to play the previous/next file.
    • Pressing

    and holding the

    ,

    key (over 0.8 seconds)

    will rewind or fast-forward the current file.
    • W h i l e t h e

    ,

    key is being pressed, the track
    will rewind or fast-forward at high
    speeds. Once the key is released,
    the USB Music will begin playing at
    normal speed.

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    USB Mode
    Using the Menu Buttons
    Press the Menu button to set the
    Copy, Repeat, Shuffle, Scan, Info
    On (Info Off) menus.

    Copy
    Press the
    Copy .

    Menu button ▶ Press

    The currently playing file is copied and
    saved in My Music.

    Repeat
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Repeat .

    Each time the button is pressed, the
    option is changed from Repeat Once
    →Repeat Folder → Off(Repeat All).

    Shuffle
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Shuffle .

    Each time the button is pressed, the
    option is changed from Shuffle Folder
    → Shuffle All → Off(Repeat All).

    Scan
    Press the
    Scan .

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Each time the button is pressed, the
    option is changed from Folder Scan
    →Scan All → Off(Repeat All).

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  • Page 25

    USB Mode
    Info On/Info Off
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Info On .

    The screen display can be set differently depending on user selection.
    When the title, artist, and album info
    are displayed, the button is changed
    to Info Off .
    Info Off to restore the previPress
    ous information display setting.

    Starting USB Image Mode
    Press the MEDIA key ▶ Press
    USB Image .

    Searching USB Image Files
    While playing ▶Press the < ,
    > buttons to view the previous/
    next image.

    Using the Menu Buttons
    Press the Menu button to set the
    Slideshow, Rotate Image, Adjust
    Image Size, Save Image and Info
    menus.

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  • Page 26

    USB Mode
    Slideshow Interval
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Slideshow .

    Image Slideshow intervals can be set
    at 5sec , 10sec , 20sec , or 30sec
    intervals.

    Rotating Image
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Rotate Image ▶ Press Done .
    Rotate button is
    Each time the

    pressed, the image is rotated from 0˚
    → 90˚ → 180˚ → 270˚ degrees.

    Adjusting Image Size
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Adjust Image Size ▶ Press Done .
    Press the - , + buttons to enlarge

    or reduce the image size. The scale can
    be changed to x1/4, x1/2, x1, x2, x4.

    Saving Image
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Save Image .

    Viewing Info
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Info .

    This menu is used to check image
    information, such as the image resolution and file type.

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  • Page 27

    iPod Mode
    Starting Mode
    Press the MEDIA key ▶ Press
    iPod .

    If the iPod is not connected, then the
    iPod button will be disabled.

    Playing iPod
    • Press

    the



    button to play the

    iPod.
    • Press

    the ll

    button to pause the

    iPod.

    Searching iPod
    List button to display
    Press the
    the initial iPod list screen.

    When searching an iPod, it is possible to search by Playlists, Artists,
    Albums, Songs, Genres, Composers,
    Audiobooks, and Podcasts.

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  • Page 28

    iPod Mode
    Selecting iPod File
    While playing ▶ Press the <
    ,
    , > buttons or the
    key to play the previous/
    next file.
    Pressing and holding the
    key (over 0.8 seconds)
    ,
    will rewind or fast-forward the current
    song.

    Searching iPod Files
    Turn the TUNE knob to search
    files. Once the desired file name is
    displayed, press the TUNE knob.
    When searching files, the file number is
    displayed in gray. Pressing the TUNE
    knob will play the corresponding file.

    Using the Menu Buttons
    Press the Menu button to set the
    Repeat, Shuffle, and Info On (Info Off)
    menus.

    Repeat
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Repeat .

    Shuffle
    Press the

    Shuffle .

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Info On/Info Off
    Press the
    Info On .

    Menu button ▶ Press

    The screen display can be set differently depending on user selection.
    When the title, artist, and album info
    are displayed, the button
    Info Off .
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    Press
    Info Off to restore the previous display setting.



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    AUX Mode
    Starting Mode
    Press the MEDIA key ▶ Press
    AUX .

    External Device
    External AUDIO players can be
    played through a dedicated cable.
    The position of the AUX jack is at the
    top of the gear box located between
    the driver and passenger seats.

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    Bluetooth® Audio
    Starting Mode
    Press the MEDIA key ▶ Press
    Bluetooth Audio .

    Playing Bluetooth® Audio
    • Press

    the ▶ button to play files

    saved within the Bluetooth® phone.
    • Press

    the ll

    button to pause the

    file.

    Selecting Bluetooth® Audio Files
    While playing ▶ Press the
    key ▶ Selects the
    ,
    previous/next file.

    Setting Connection
    Press the Connections button
    to add a new Bluetooth® phone,
    connect/disconnect, delete, delete
    all, or view the Help section.

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    My Music Mode
    Starting Mode
    Press the MEDIA key ▶ Press
    My Music .

    Playing My Music
    • Press

    the



    button to play the

    file.
    • Press

    the ll

    button to pause the

    file.

    Selecting My Music
    While playing ▶ Press the <
    ,
    , > buttons or the
    key to play the previous/
    next file.
    • Pressing

    and holding the
    key (over 0.8 seconds)

    ,

    will rewind or fast-forward the current file.
    • W h i l e

    the

    ,

    key is being pressed, the track
    will rewind or fast-forward at high
    speeds. Once the key is released,
    the Music will begin playing at normal speed.

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    My Music Mode
    Using the Menu Buttons
    Press the Menu button to set the
    Repeat, Shuffle, Scan, Info On (Info
    Off) menus.

    Repeat
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Repeat .
    The currently playing file is repeated.

    Shuffle
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Shuffle .

    When turned on, files are played in random order.

    Scan
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Scan .
    The beginning (approx 10 seconds) of

    all files are scanned.

    Info On/Info Off
    Press the

    Menu button ▶ Press

    Info On .

    The screen display can be set differently depending on user selection.
    When the title, artist, and album info
    are displayed, the button is changed to
    Info Off .

    Press

    Info Off to restore the previ-

    ous information display setting.

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    My Music Mode
    Using Menus within
    the List Screen
    Moving between Lists
    Press the

    List button ▶ Press

    ▲ , ▼ .

    If six (6) or more files or folders exist
    in the same folder, the list will be displayed across two or more pages.
    Press the ▲ , ▼ cursor buttons to
    quickly find the desired page.

    Retuning to Current Location
    While searching files within other folders, press the Now Playing button
    to return to the currently playing file
    screen.

    Deleting Files
    Press the List button ▶
    Select the files to delete ▶ Press
    Delete Items .

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    Navigation
    Starting Navigation
    Current Position
    Press the

    MAP
    VOICE

    key or the

    but-

    ton displayed at the upper right side
    in some map conditions to display the
    map of the current position and the
    neighboring area.

    Map Display Settings
    Press the
    .

    MAP
    VOICE

    key▶ Press the

    This button is used to set map screen
    related options, such as Split screen,
    Heading-Up/North Up, and Left/Right
    screen display.

    Changing Map Scale
    MAP
    Press the VOICE
    key ▶ Press
    ▶ Set the desired map scale.

    Press the

    button to display the

    map scale menu and change the map
    to the desired scale.

    Map Menu
    Press the > button ▶ Press
    Menu button.
    Features frequently used within the map
    screen, such as Set as Destination ,
    Add Waypoint , View Destination

    , Cancel Route , Call , and
    Details are displayed.

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    Navigation
    Adjusting Navigation Volume
    Press the > button ▶ Press
    ▶ Adjust volume.
    Press the

    button. The volume

    menu is displayed and allows you to
    adjust the navigation voice guidance
    volume.
    The volume can be adjusted from
    0~45 through the + / - button.
    Press the Mute button to turn off
    the sound.

    POI Display
    Press the > button ▶ Press
    POI .

    When POI menus are displayed,
    pressing one of the 6 POI icon buttons will display the corresponding
    POI icons.

    Editing POI Icons

    Press POI ▶ Press the Edit POI Icon
    button ▶ Press Done .

    Press the Edit POI Icon button to
    select the desired facility from the
    various facility types.
    Up to six favorite facilities can be set.
    Press the Default button to reset the
    displayed POI icons. Initially, Gas Station,
    Parking, Fast Food, Hospital, Auto
    Service, and Bank are set as default.

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    Navigation
    Searching POIs
    Press the Search by local POI button
    ▶ Press the search criteria.
    ( Near current position ,
    Near scroll mark ,or Near destination )
    Name

    Description

    Within the ‘Search by POI’
    menu, searches facilities
    Current
    based on the current vePosition
    hicle position

    1 Near

    2 Near

    Scroll
    Mark

    3 Near

     esti
    D
    nation

    Within the ‘Search by POI’
    menu, searches facili ties based on the current
    scrolled position
    Within the ‘Search by POI’
    menu, searches facilities
    based on the location of
    the destination

    The POI mark is displayed according
    to the selected criteria.

    Adding a My Place
    Press the
    button ▶ Press the
    desired group.
    This feature is used to save the current
    position or the scrolled position as a My
    Place or Speed Alert, Quick Menu.

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    Navigation
    Destination Search
    Quick Menu

    1
    3

    Press the ★ button on the left
    side of the map screen to display
    the Quick Menu.

    2

    Name
    1 Quick

    Menu (★)

    4

    5

    6

    2 Quick

    Menu Bar
    3 Edit

    Description
    Display/hide Quick Menus
    Menus added to the Quick
    Menu (possible to set up to
    6 menus)
    Add/Delete Quick Menus

    Shows list of current Quick
    Quick Menus Menus

    4 Current
    5 Add/

    Remove

    Add or remove Quick
    Menus

    6 Quick

    List of categories that can
    Menu
    be added to Quick Menus
    Categories

    Point of Interest (POI) Search
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Point of Interest .

    POI Search is a feature that allows you
    to search for POIs that are near your
    current position, near a scroll mark, near
    the destination, or near the city center.

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    Navigation
    Categories are sub-categorized and
    the selected area and category are displayed at the top of the screen for user
    convenience.

    Previous Destinations, Previous Searches, and Previous
    Start Points
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Previous Destination .

    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Previous Searches .

    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Previous Start Point .

    These search features allow you to
    search previous routes, previous
    searches and start points.

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    Navigation
    Address
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Address .

    This search feature is used to search
    destinations by addresses through state,
    city, and street.
    Enter the name of the Street, City and
    State corresponding to the desired
    destination. Once search is complete,
    press the Search button to select the
    desired location from the list.

    My Places
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    My Places .

    This search feature is used to search
    destinations by selecting previously
    saved My Places to set as destinations. My Places can be placed in
    groups, and group names can be
    edited within Setup.

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    Navigation
    Intersection Search
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Intersection Search .

    This search feature is used to search
    destinations by street intersections
    throughout the map.
    Enter the name of the Street, City and
    State corresponding to the desired
    destination. Once search is complete,
    press the Search button to select the
    desired location from the list.

    Map
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Map .

    The map screen can be scrolled to display other positions where you can set
    destinations.

    Emergency
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Emergency .

    This search feature is used to search
    for police stations, hospitals, and dealerships in emergency situations.

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    Navigation
    Coordinates
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Coordinates .

    This search feature is used to search
    destinations by entering coordinates.
    Two coordinate entry formats are supported. Select the desired format upon
    starting search.

    Phone Number Search
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Phone Number .

    This search feature is used to search
    the locations of POIs by entering the
    phone number of the desired POI
    destination.
    • Area

    codes must be entered to

    complete the search.

    Exit/Entrance
    Press the DEST key ▶ Press
    Exit

    .

    This search feature is used to search
    destinations by entering the Exits and
    Entrances of corresponding expressways.
    Enter the name of the Freeway corresponding to the desired destination.
    Once search is complete, press the
    Search button to select the desired
    location from the list.

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    Navigation
    Setting a Destination
    Press the DEST key ▶ Search
    for the Destination ▶ Press
    Set as Destination .
    • To

    conduct a destination search

    through the desired search method,
    select the desired destination from
    the list. (For more information on
    destination search methods, refer to
    the Destination Search’ section.)
    • After

    verifying the location of the

    searched destination, press the
    Set as Destination button to calculate the route. The Route Overview

    (Alternative Route)

    or Alternative Route screen will be
    the displayed.

    One Touch Scroll Setting
    The destination can be set to the current map display.
    • While

    in the map screen, touching

    a position on the map will move the
    map to the center of the selected
    position and display the scroll mark.
    • Press

    the Menu button to set the

    selected position as a waypoint or destination.

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    Navigation
    Route Calculation
    • Once

    you have set a destination,

    calculate the route. The route overview and route option menus will be
    displayed.
    • After

    checking the Route Overview,
    MAP
    press the
    key or the
    VOICE
    Start Guidance button or just drive

    for over 3 mph or for approximately
    5 seconds to start guidance.

    Add Waypoint
    After searching for waypoints, press
    the Add Waypoint button to add
    the waypoint to the current route.

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    Navigation
    Route Recalculation
    Once a route has been set, the
    Recalculate button is displayed at

    the top of the menus.
    Pressing the Recalculate button will
    display a pop-up that allows you to
    change route options. Once the settings are changed, the route is recalculated by reflecting the changes.

    Cancel Route
    In the Map menu screen, press the
    Cancel Route button.

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    Navigation
    Route Guidance
    Preliminary guidance, highway mode,
    turn list guidance, and other guidance
    screens are displayed according to
    the current road condition.
    Within the guidance map screen, if
    the current position is on route, then
    intersection guidance will be provided
    once you are nearby an intersection.
    Also, the intersection zoom screen is
    displayed when nearby an intersection.

    Preliminary Guidance Mode
    At the top right side of the screen, the
    next/ after next turn info, remaining
    distance, direction, and other information are displayed.

    Intersection Zoom Mode
    This mode provides detailed guidance
    nearby intersections before the next
    turn.
    This mode is displayed starting from
    300m before the intersection.

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    Navigation
    highway Mode
    Upon entering a highway during route
    guidance, the highway mode will automatically be displayed. This mode is
    displayed when driving on a highway
    and mainly displays highway related
    POIs.

    Turn List Mode
    Turn List Mode shows turn information on the current route.

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    Navigation
    Route Menu
    Press the ROUTE key to use, edit,
    or optimize various route options.

    Cancel Route
    Press the ROUTE key ▶ Press
    Cancel Route .

    Route Overview
    Press the ROUTE key ▶ Press
    Route Overview .

    Within the Route Overview screen,
    press the Alternative Route button
    to display other potential routes to the
    set destination.
    From the alternative route options,
    select the desired route.

    Route Info
    Press the ROUTE key ▶ Press
    Route Info .

    The turn points and distance information by key roads within the set route
    are played. Press the MAP button
    next to each road name to display the
    map position for the corresponding
    location.

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    Navigation
    Route Option
    Press the ROUTE key ▶ Press
    Route Option ▶ Set and press
    Done . Route Options refer to condi-

    tions used to calculate the route to the
    destination. The route is automatically recalculated if the route options and detailed
    route settings are changed.

    Detour
    Press the ROUTE key ▶ Press
    Detour .

    The Detour menu is used to redefine
    the route by setting a detour to a certain distance from the current position.

    Avoid Streets
    Press the ROUTE key ▶ Press
    Avoid Streets ▶ Select the
    streets you want to avoid and press
    Done .

    This feature is used to select specific
    streets to avoid within the current route.
    Select
    Avoid to avoid the particular
    streets in the route overview that are
    desired to be avoided.

    Edit Route
    Press the ROUTE key ▶ Press
    Edit Route ▶Set and press
    Done .

    The Edit Route menu displays the
    start point, waypoints, and the destination in list format and is used to edit
    corresponding positions or the order
    of destinations within the route.
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    Navigation
    Avoid Area
    Press the ROUTE key ▶Press
    Avoid Area ▶ Set and press
    Done .

    This feature is used by creating a rectangle over the area to avoid.
    An area set as an avoid area is
    excluded from the calculated route. If
    a route had been calculated prior to
    creating an avoid area, the route will
    automatically be recalculated.
    The screen will prompt to select the
    first corner of the square of the avoid
    area, followed by the second corner.

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Using Bluetooth®
    Handsfree
    Pairing from the Bluetooth®
    Device
    Press the
    key on the steering
    wheel remote controller or press
    the PHONE ▶ Press Yes .
    In the Search from Device screen
    ▶ Search for the car name and pair
    the device ▶ Enter the Passkey ▶
    Bluetooth® becomes connected.
    • W h e n

    searching from the

    Bluetooth ® device, the car name
    is Santa Fe Sport and the default
    passkey is '0000'.
    • To

    learn more about searching from

    Bluetooth ® devices and pairing,
    refer to the user's manual for your
    Bluetooth® device.
    • The

    Bluetooth ® Audio screen is

    displayed once audio streaming is
    connected.
    • For

    more information on mobile

    phone compatibility, visit the Kia
    Motor website
    (http://www.kia.com/bluetooth).

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Making/Answering
    Calls
    Calling by Dialing a Number
    Enter number on the dial pad ▶
    Send or the
    Press the
    key on the steering wheel remote
    controller.
    Send

    If you press the

    button

    without entering a number, the Call
    History screen is displayed. Press and
    hold the dial pad 0 + (over 0.8 seconds) to enter a "+".
    1

    2

    Name

    Description

    1 Send

    Calls the entered phone
    number

    2 End

    Deletes all entered numbers

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Answering a Call
    Incoming call notice ▶ Press the
    Accept button or the
    key
    on the steering wheel remote
    controller.
    When there is an incoming on within
    the connected phone, the bell will
    sound and the phone number of the
    other party will be displayed on the
    incoming call pop-up, as shown here.

    Operating Menus
    during a Call
    Ending a Call
    While on a call ▶Press the
    key
    End button or the
    on the steering wheel remote
    controller.
    The Bluetooth ® handsfree call will
    end.

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Switching Call to Bluetooth®
    Phone
    During handsfree call ▶ Press the
    Private button or press and hold
    key (over 0.8 seconds)
    the
    on the steering wheel remote
    controller.
    The call will be switched from the
    handsfree to the Bluetooth® mobile
    phone.

    Switching Call to the Handsfree
    During call on mobile phone ▶
    Press the
    Use Handsfree button
    or press and hold the
    key
    (over 0.8 seconds) on the steering
    wheel remote controller.
    The call will be switched from the
    Bluetooth® mobile phone to the car
    handsfree.

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Contacts
    Downloading Mobile Phone
    Contacts
    Press the Contacts button ▶
    Press the Download button ▶
    Press Yes .

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Setting Bluetooth®
    Connection
    Connecting a Device
    Press the Connect button on the
    Phone screen.
    The Phone screen is displayed once
    Bluetooth® Handsfree is connected,
    and the Bluetooth® Audio screen is
    displayed once audio streaming is
    connected.

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Disconnecting a Device
    Select the device you wish to
    disconnect ▶ Press Disconnect
    ▶ Press Yes .

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Setting Auto Connection
    Press the Auto Connection button
    ▶ Select the desired phone ▶ Set
    and press Done .
    The Bluetooth® device will automatically be connected according to the
    option set when the car ignition is
    turned on. When the user selected
    phone cannot be connected, the
    system automatically attempts to
    connect the most recently connected
    phone. When the most recently connected phone cannot be connected,
    the system attempts to connect all
    paired phones continuously. If you
    do not want to connect automatically,
    turn off Bluetooth within your mobile
    phone.

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Device Information
    Press SETUP ▶ Press
    Bluetooth
    ▶ Press Advanced Settings ▶ Press
    Device Information .
    • This

    feature allows you to check

    device information.

    Adjusting the Ring/Call Volume
    While on a call ▶ Use the VOL
    knob on the head unit or the
    VOL + , VOL - keys on the
    steering wheel remote controller to
    adjust the ring/call volume.

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    Bluetooth® Handsfree
    Setting Mic Volume
    While on a call ▶ Press the
    Outgoing Vol. ▶ Set Outgoing
    Volume ▶ Press OK .
    Mute

    If you press the

    button,

    the outgoing volume is muted and
    blocked to the other party.

    Restore Factory Settings
    Press the

    key ▶ Press

    Setup ▶ Press

    Bluetooth ▶

    Press Advanced Settings ▶ Press
    Restore Factory Settings .

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    Voice Recognition
    Starting Voice
    Recognition
    Starting Voice Recognition
    Shortly press the
    key on the
    steering wheel remote controller
    (under 0.8 seconds) ▶ Say a
    command.
    Once voice recognition starts, the voice
    command entry window and the six representative commands are displayed.
    • If

    voice recognition is in [Normal

    Mode], then the system will say
    “Please say a command after the
    beep,” followed by a beep tone.
    • If

    voice recognition is in [Expert

    Mode], then you will only hear a
    beep a “Beep~”.

    Skipping Prompt Messages
    While prompt message is being
    stated ▶ Shortly press the
    key on
    the steering wheel remote controller.
    (under 0.8 seconds)
    The prompt message is immediately
    ended and the beep tone will sound.
    After the “beep”, say the voice command.

    Re-starting Voice Recognition
    While system waits ▶ Shortly press
    the
    key on the steering wheel
    remote controller. (under 0.8 seconds)
    The command wait state will end and
    the beep tone will sound. After the
    “beep”, say the voice command.
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    Voice Recognition
    Ending Voice
    Recognition

    Please say a command
    after the beep
    BEEP
    Destination

    While Voice Recognition is operating
    ▶ Press and hold the
    key on the
    steering wheel remote controller.
    (over 0.8 seconds)
    While using voice recognition, pressing a steering wheel remote control or
    a different key will end voice recognition.

    Illustration on Using
    Voice Recognition
    (Setting Home as the
    Destination)
    Press the
    Destination
    Please say a command
    after the beep

    key. (under 0.8 sec-

    onds) The system awaits for your
    command and display a list of accessible commands on the screen.

    BEEP
    Go Home

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    Voice Recognition
    Voice Command List
    Voice commands within this system are categorized into “Common Commands”
    and “Mode Commands.”
    • Common
    • Mode

    Commands ( ) : commands that can be used in all situations.

    Commands ( ) : commands that can be used in specific multimedia/

    navigation/Bluetooth® mode states.
    Command

    60

    Operation

    Help

    Displays the main Help screen

    Destination Help

    Displays the Destination related command list

    Map Help

    Displays the Map related command list

    Radio Help

    Displays the FM/AM radio related command list

    SIRIUS Help

    Displays the SIRIUS radio related command list

    Disc Help

    Displays the DISC mode related command list for the disc
    inserted in the CD Player

    iPod Help

    Displays the iPod related command list

    USB Help

    Displays the USB related command list

    Phone Help

    Displays the Phone related comand list

    UVO eServices
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    Voice Recognition
    Audio System Command List
    FM/AM Radio
    Command

    Operation

    Radio

    Plays the most recent frequency for the most recently operated
    band

    (Radio) AM

    Plays the most recent frequency for the corresponding band

    (Radio) FM

    Plays the most recent frequency for the corresponding band.
    In the case of FM, The most recent frequency within the most
    recently played FM1 or FM2 band is played

    FM1/FM2

    Plays the most recent frequency for the corresponding band

    AM <530~1710>

    Plays the desired AM band frequency (e.g. AM “Five-Hundred
    Thirty”)

    FM <87.5~107.9>

    Plays the desired FM band frequency (e.g. FM “Eighty-Seven
    point Five”)

    AM Preset <1~6>

    Plays the desired AM band preset frequency

    FM1 Preset <1~6>

    Plays the desired FM1 band preset frequency

    FM2 Preset <1~6>

    Plays the desired FM2 band preset frequency

    Preset <1~6>

    Plays the desired preset frequency for the current band

    Seek Up

    Searches and plays the next frequency of the current band

    Seek Down

    Searches and plays the previous frequency of the current band

    Preset Up

    Plays the next preset frequency of the current band

    Preset Down

    Plays the previous preset frequency of the current band

    Auto Store

    Searches all frequencies within the current band and stores the
    6 frequencies with the most superior reception as preset buttons

    Scan On

    Scans receivable frequencies from the current broadcast and
    plays for 10 seconds each

    Scan Off

    Ends the currently operating Scan or Preset Scan feature

    Preset Scan

    Plays through all presets for 10 seconds each, beginning with
    the current preset

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    Voice Recognition
    SIRIUS Radio
    Command

    62

    Operation

    SIRIUS

    Plays the last channel within the last band from SIRIUS1, SIRIUS2,
    and SIRIUS3

    SIRIUS1/ SIRIUS2/
    SIRIUS3

    Plays the most recent channel for the corresponding band

    SIRIUS Channel
    <1~255>

    Plays the desired SIRIUS band channel (e.g. SIRIUS channel
    “Eleven”)

    SIRIUS1 Preset
    <1~6>

    Plays the desired preset channel for SIRIUS1 band

    SIRIUS2 Preset
    <1~6>

    Plays the desired preset channel for SIRIUS2 band

    SIRIUS3 Preset
    <1~6>

    Plays the desired preset channel for SIRIUS3 band

    Channel <1~255>

    Plays the desired channel of the current band

    Preset <1~6>

    Plays the desired preset channel of the current band

    Channel Up

    Plays the next channel of the current band

    Channel Down

    Plays the previous channel of the current band

    Preset Up

    Plays the next preset channel of the current band

    Preset Down

    Plays the previous preset channel of the current band

    Scan On

    Scans receivable channels from the current broadcast and plays
    for 10 seconds each

    Scan Off

    Ends the currently operating Scan or Preset Scan feature

    Preset Scan

    Plays through all presets for 10 seconds each, beginning with
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    Voice Recognition
    CD(Audio Type)
    Command

    Operation

    CD

    If the DISC inserted in the CD Player is either a CD or MP3
    DISC, then the CD or MP3 will be played

    CD Track <1~99>

    If the DISC inserted in the CD Player is a CD, then CD Mode
    will start and plays the desired track

    Play

    Plays the currently paused song

    Pause

    Pauses the current song

    Next Track

    Plays the next track

    Previous Track

    Plays the previous track

    Repeat On

    Repeats the current track

    Repeat Off

    Cancels repeat play to play tracks in sequential order

    Shuffle On

    Randomly plays the tracks within the CD

    Shuffle Off

    Cancels random Play to play tracks in sequential order

    Scan On

    Plays each file for 10 seconds beginning with the current file

    Scan Off

    Ends the currently operating Scan feature

    Track <1~99>

    Plays the desired track number

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    Voice Recognition
    CD(MP3 Type)
    Command

    64

    Operation

    CD

    If the DISC inserted in the CD Player is either a CD or MP3
    DISC, then the CD or MP3 will be played

    Play

    Plays the currently paused song

    Pause

    Pauses the current song

    Next File

    Plays the next track

    Previous File

    Plays the previous track

    Next Folder

    Plays the first file in the next folder

    Previous Folder

    Plays the first file in the previous folder

    Repeat On

    Repeats the current file

    Repeat Off

    Cancels repeat play to play files in sequential order

    Repeat Folder

    Repeats all files in the current folder

    Shuffle On

    Plays all files within the CD in random order

    Shuffle Off

    Cancels random play to play files in sequential order

    Shuffle Folder

    Randomly plays the files within the current folder

    Scan On

    Plays each file in the folder for 10 seconds beginning with the
    current file

    Scan Off

    Ends the currently operating Scan or Folder Scan feature

    Folder Scan

    Plays each file in the folder for 10 seconds beginning with the
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    Voice Recognition
    USB Music
    Command

    Operation

    USB

    If the USB has been connected to the device, play the MP3 or
    image files within the USB

    USB Music

    If the USB has been connected to the device, plays the MP3
    files within the USB

    Play

    Plays the currently paused song

    Pause

    Pauses the current song

    Next File

    Plays the next track

    Previous File

    Plays the previous track

    Next Folder

    Plays the first file in the next folder

    Previous Folder

    Plays the first file in the previous folder

    Repeat On

    Repeats the current file

    Repeat Off

    Cancels repeat play to play files in sequential order

    Repeat Folder

    Repeats all files in the current folder

    Shuffle On

    Plays all files within the USB in random order

    Shuffle Off

    Cancels random play to play files in sequential order

    Shuffle Folder

    Randomly plays the files within the current folder

    Scan On

    Plays each file in the folder for 10 seconds beginning with the
    current file

    Scan Off

    Ends the currently operating Scan or Folder Scan feature

    Folder Scan

    Plays each file in the folder for 10 seconds beginning with the
    current file

    USB Image
    Command

    Operation

    USB

    If the USB has been connected to the device, play the MP3 or
    image files within the USB

    USB Image

    If the USB has been connected to the device, displays the image files within the USB

    Next File

    Displays the next image file

    Previous File

    Displays the previous image file

    Next Folder

    Displays the first image file within the next folder

    Previous Folder

    Displays the first image file within the previous folder

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    Voice Recognition
    iPod
    Command

    Operation

    iPod

    Plays the songs within the iPod if the iPod has been connected
    to the device

    Play

    Plays the currently paused song

    Pause

    Pauses the current song

    Next Song

    Plays the next song

    Previous Song

    Plays the previous song

    Repeat On

    Repeats the current file

    Repeat Off

    Cancels repeat play to play files in sequential order

    Shuffle On

    Plays all files within the current category in random order

    Shuffle Off

    Cancels random play to play files in sequential order

    My Music
    Command

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    Operation

    My Music

    Plays the songs within the My Music

    Play

    Plays the currently paused song

    Pause

    Pauses the current song

    Next File

    Plays the next file

    Previous File

    Plays the previous file

    Repeat On

    Repeats the current file

    Repeat Off

    Cancels repeat play to play files in sequential order

    Shuffle On

    Plays all files within the current category in random order

    Shuffle Off

    Cancels random play to play files in sequential order

    Scan On

    Plays each file in the folder for 10 seconds beginning with the
    current file

    Scan Off

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    Voice Recognition
    Others
    Command

    Operation

    Audio On

    Turns on the Audio

    Audio Off

    Turns off the Audio

    Bluetooth Audio

    Plays Bluetooth® Audio

    Auxiliary

    Plays the connected auxiliary device

    Phone Command List
    Name

    Description

    Call Name

    Makes the call to the name

    Call <Name>

    Call <Name> saved in Contacts (e.g. Call “John”)

    Dial Number

    Makes the call to the number

    Dial <Number>

    Call can be made by dialing the spoken numbers (e.g. Dial “123”)
    Displays list of saved contacts. Say the name to connect the call
    to the corresponding contact.
    The user can select a number from the outgoing, incoming, and
    missed calls
    Connects the most recently called number

    Contacts
    Recent Calls
    Redial

    UVO eServices Command List(Optional)
    Name
    UVO eServices

    Description
    Display the UVO eServices releated command list

    Roadside Assist

    Connect with a Roadside Assist agent.

    eService Guide

    Provides guidance onhow to use UVO eServices

    Vehicle Diagnostics

    Informs you if a diagnostic issue is found in your vehicle

    My POIs

    Show Points of Interest list which downloaded from Google
    Maps and MyUVO

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    Voice Recognition
    Navigation Command List
    Destination
    Name

    Description

    Find Address

    Sets the destination through address search for route guidance

    Previous Destinations

    Sets the previous destination as the current destination

    Previous Searches

    Sets one of the previous searches as the current destination

    Find Nearest POI

    Sets a POI near the current position as the destination for route
    guidance through the POI category search

    Find the Nearest
    <POI Category>

    Sets a POI near the current position as the destination by directly
    inputting the POI name for route guidance (e.g. Find the Nearest
    “Restaurants”), For more information on <POI Category>, refer to
    Page 3-30.

    Destination POI
    by Phone Number

    Sets the destination by searching the phone number of the facility

    Find Emergency
    Policestation

    Searches for a police station near the current position and sets it
    as the destination for route guidance

    Find Emergency
    Hospital

    Searches for a hospital near the current position and sets it as the
    destination for route guidance

    Find an Emergency
    Dealership

    Searches for a dealership near the current position and sets it as
    the destination for route guidance

    My Places

    Sets one of the list of previously registered addresses in the My
    Places as the destination

    Go Home

    Sets the previously registered home address as the destination for
    route guidance

    Go to Office

    Sets the previously registered office address as the destination for
    route guidance

    Previous Start Positions Sets the previous start position as the current destination
    Favorite Place <1 ~ 4>

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    Voice Recognition
    Map
    Name

    Description

    Map Current Location

    Displays the current position of the vehicle.

    Voice Guidance On

    Turns the Voice Guidance On

    Voice Guidance Off

    Turns the Voice Guidance Off

    Voice Guidance Lauder Increases the Voice Guidance volume by 1 level
    Voice Guidance Softer Decreases the Voice Guidance volume by 1 level
    Repeat Voice Guidance Repeats the route guidance
    Cancel Route

    Deletes the designated destination and terminates the route guidance

    Detour <1, 2, 5, 10>
    Searches detour routes within a <1, 2, 5, 10> mile(s) radius
    mile(s)
    Detour <1, 2, 5, 10>
    Searches detour routes within a <1, 2, 5, 10> kilometer(s) radius
    kilometer(s)
    Distance to Destination Reports the remaining distance until destination by voice
    Time to Destination

    Reports the remaining time until destination by voice

    Store Marked Location
    to <Text Tag>
    Registers the selected location into the selected Address book
    (ex: Store Marked Location to “User I”
    Replan Faster Time
    Recalculates the route with faster time route
    Route
    Replan Shorter
    Distance Route

    Recalculates the route with shorter distance route

    Zoom In / Zoom Out

    Decreases/Increases the map zoom by one level

    Zoom <Scale>

    Displays the map in the corresponding zoom <scale> : 150, 300, 700
    feet/0 25, 0.5 miles/1 mile/2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 130, 250 miles/50, 100,
    200, 400, 800 meters/1.6, 3 2, 6.4, 12, 25, 50, 100, 200, 400 kilometers

    Zoom Maximum

    Displays the map screen in the maximum zoom level

    Zoom Minimum

    Displays the map screen in the minimum zoom level

    View Route

    If the destination has been set, displays the entire route on the screen
    until the destination

    Auto Zoom On

    Turns the Auto Zoom feature on

    Auto Zoom Off

    Turns the Auto Zoom feature off

    Auto Mode

    Automatically converts the map display between daylight and night mode

    Daylight Mode

    Converts the map display into daylight mode

    Night Mode

    Converts the map display into night mode

    North Up

    Displays the map in North Up mode

    Heading Up

    Displays the map in Heading Up mode
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    Voice Recognition
    POI Category List
    Restaurants

    Motorcycle Dealership

    Recreation

    Waste & Sanitary

    African Restaurants

    Parking

    Amusement Park

    Services

    American Restaurants

    Rest Area

    Cinema

    Attorney

    Road Assistance

    Golf Course

    Cleaning & Laundry

    Asian Restaurants

    Travel

    Museum

    Chinese Restaurants

    Airport

    Recreation Area

    Communication
    Services

    Bus Station

    Ski Resort

    Dentist

    Campground

    Sports Activities

    Funeral Home

    City Center

    Sports Complex

    Hair & Beauty

    Ferry Terminal

    Hospital

    Hotel

    Video & Game
    Rental

    Local Transit

    Winery

    Mover Services

    Rental Car Agency

    Other Recreation

    Photography

    Tourist Attraction

    Financial Services

    Physician

    Korean Restaurants

    Tourist Information

    ATM

    Social Service

    Train Station

    Bank

    Tailor & Alteration

    Latin American
    Restaurants

    Travel Agent

    Business Facility

    Tax Service

    Shopping

    Physician

    Mexican Restaurants

    Bookstore

    Check Cashing
    Service
    Money Transfer

    Tailor & Alteration

    Community

    Tax Service

    Coffee Shop
    Continental Restaurants
    Fast Food
    French Restaurants
    Italian Restaurants
    Japanese Restaurants

    Seafood Restaurants

    Clothing Shop
    Convenience Store

    Vegetarian Restaurants

    Department Store

    Other Restaurants

    Gift Shop

    Automotive

    Grocery Store

    Auto Parts

    Home Specialty
    Store

    Auto Service

    Electronics Store

    City Hall
    Civic Center
    Convention Center
    Court House
    Fire Department
    Government Offices

    Automobile Dealership

    Music Store

    Library

    Pharmacy

    Police Station

    Car Wash

    Shoe Store

    Post Office

    Gas Station

    Shopping Center

    School

    Hyundai Dealership

    Sporting Goods Store

    Utilities

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    Social Service



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