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    How to use GPS navigation in Maps

    When you use GPS navigation in Maps, you can get directions to a certain destination. Remember, you need to set up your mobile phone for Internet and activate GPS.

    Step 1 of 16

    Press Maps.

    Step 2 of 16

    Select one of the following options:
    Enter destination, go to 2a.
    Select favourite location as destination, go to 2b.
    Select a previously used destination, go to 2c.
    Select a contact address as destination, go to 2d.

    Step 3 of 16

    Press the search field.

    Step 4 of 16

    Key in the required destination and press Search.

    Step 5 of 16

    Press Favourites.

    Step 6 of 16

    Press the required destination.

    Step 7 of 16

    Press the required destination.

    Step 8 of 16

    Press the search field.
    Key in the first letters of the required contact.
    Matching contacts from the address book are displayed.

    Step 9 of 16

    Press the required contact.

    Step 10 of 16

    The selected destination is displayed as a point on the map.

    Step 11 of 16

    Press Directions.

    Step 12 of 16

    Press "Go" next to the required route.

    Step 13 of 16

    The navigation window with information about your route is displayed.
    The travel information at the top of the display shows the expected travel time, travel distance and time of arrival.
    The next route detail is displayed at the top of the display.
    Follow the verbal instructions or the instructions on the display to go to the selected destination.

    Step 14 of 16

    Press End.

    Step 15 of 16

    Press End Route.

    Step 16 of 16

    Press the Home key to end the session and return to the Home screen.

    1. Find "Maps"

    Press Maps.

    2. Plan route and start navigation

    Select one of the following options:
    Enter destination, go to 2a.
    Select favourite location as destination, go to 2b.
    Select a previously used destination, go to 2c.
    Select a contact address as destination, go to 2d.

    3. 2a - Enter destination

    Press the search field.
    Key in the required destination and press Search.

    4. 2b - Select favourite location as destination

    Press Favourites.
    Press the required destination.

    5. 2c - Select a previously used location as destination

    Press the required destination.

    6. 2d - Select a contact address as destination

    Press the search field.
    Key in the first letters of the required contact.
    Matching contacts from the address book are displayed.
    Press the required contact.

    7. Start GPS navigation

    The selected destination is displayed as a point on the map.
    Press Directions.
    Press "Go" next to the required route.

    8. Use GPS navigation

    The navigation window with information about your route is displayed.
    The travel information at the top of the display shows the expected travel time, travel distance and time of arrival.
    The next route detail is displayed at the top of the display.
    Follow the verbal instructions or the instructions on the display to go to the selected destination.

    9. End GPS navigation

    Press End.
    Press End Route.

    10. Return to the Home screen

    Press the Home key to end the session and return to the Home screen.

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