Peugeot 2008 (2016 year). Instruction - part 18

 

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Peugeot 2008 (2016 year). Instruction - part 18

 

 

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Towards a recent destination

Select "Enter destination".

Select an address from 
the list offered.

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select "Navigate to".

Towards a contact

Select "Enter destination".

Select "Contacts".

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select a destination from 
the contacts in the list 
offered.

Select "Navigate to".

Select the criteria then "Confirm" to 
start navigation.

To be able to use navigation "towards 
a contact in the directory", it is first 
necessary to enter the address for your 
contact.

Select the criteria then "Confirm" or 
press "Show route on map" to start 
navigation.

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Towards GPS coordinates

Select "Enter destination".

Select "Address".

Enter the "Longitude:
then the "Latitude:".

Select "Navigate to".

Select the criteria then "Confirm" or 
press "Show route on map" to start 
navigation.

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Towards a point on the map

Select "Enter destination".

Select "On the map".

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Zooming in on the map shows points with 
information.

A long press on a point opens its content.

Towards points of interest (POI)

Points of Interest (POI) are listed in different 
categories.

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select "Search for POI".

Select "All POIs",

Or

"Motor",

Or

"Dining/hotels".

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An annual mapping update allows new 
points of interest to be presented to 
you.
You can also update the Risk areas / 
Danger areas every month.
The detailed procedure is available on:
http://peugeot.navigation.com.

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Risk areas / Danger zone 
alert settings

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select "Settings".

Select "Alarm!" (Alert).

It is then possible to activate Risk areas alerts 
then:

"Audible warning"

"Alert only when navigating"

"Alert only for overspeed"

"Display speed limits"

Timing: the choice of timing allows the 
time before giving a Risk areas alert to be 
defined.

Select "Confirm".

This series of alerts and displays is 
only available if Risk areas have first 
been downloaded and installed on the 
system.

Traffic

Traffic information

Display of messages

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select "Traffic messages".

Choose filter settings for:

"On the route",

"Around",

"Near destination", filters to fine-
tune the list of messages.

Press again to remove the filter.

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Select the message from 
the list offered.

Select the magnifying glass to have 
voice information.

Setting filters

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select "Settings".

Select "Traffic options".

Select:
- "Be advised of new messages",
- "Speak messages".
Then enter the filter radius.

Select "Confirm".

We recommend a filter radius of:

12 miles (20 km) in urban areas,

30 miles (50 km) on motorways.

TMC (Traffic Message Channel) 
messages on GPS-Navigation contain 
traffic information transmitted in real 
time.

The TA (Traffic Announcement) 
function gives priority to TA alert 
messages. To operate, this function 
needs good reception of a radio station 
transmitting this type of message. 
When a traffic report is transmitted, 
the current audio source is interrupted 
automatically to play the TA message. 
Normal playback of the audio source 
resumes at the end of the transmission 
of the message.

Receiving TA messages

Press on Navigation to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select "Settings".

Select "Voice".

Activate / Deactivate "Traffic 
(TA)
".

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Radio Media

Level 1

Level 2

List of FM stations

Save

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Level 1

Level 2

Comments

Radio Media

List

List of FM stations

Press on a radio station to select it.

Radio Media

Source

FM Radio

Select change of source.

DAB Radio

AM Radio

USB

CD

MirrorLink

TM

CarPlay

®

iPod

Bluetooth

AUX

Jukebox

Radio Media

Save

Press an empty location to Save it.

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Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Media

Photos

Manage Jukebox

List of FM stations

Copy to Jukebox

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Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Comments

Radio Media

Secondary page

Radio list

Save

Press a radio station to select it.

Update list

Update the list of stations received.

Frequency

Enter the desired radio frequency.

Confirm

Save the settings.

Radio Media

Secondary page

Photos

Home screen

Display the selected photo in the home page.

Rotate

Rotate the photo 90°.

Select all

Select all the photos in the list.
Press again to deselect.

Slideshow

Previous photo.

Display the photos in sequence, full screen.
The system supports the following image formats: 
.gif, .jpg, .bmp, .png.

Pause / Play.

Next photo.

Full screen

Display the selected photo full-screen.

Radio Media

Secondary page

Manage Jukebox

Sort by folder

Choose a selection mode.

Sort by album

Select all

Copy

Copy files to the Jukebox.

Magnifying glass

Create folder

Choose the desired function.

Rename

Delete

Select all

Confirm

Save the settings.

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Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Media

Settings

Settings

Settings

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Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Comments

Radio Media

Secondary page

Media list

Presentation of the last media used.

Radio Media

Secondary page

Settings

Media

Settings

Shuffle (all tracks)

Choose the play settings.

Shuffle (current album)

Repeat

Aux. amplification

Radio

Settings

RDS options

Activate or deactivate the settings.

DAB/FM station tracking

Display Radio Text

Digital radio slideshow 
display

Announcements

Settings

Traffic announcements (TA)

Activate or deactivate the settings.

News - Weather

Sport - Programm info

Flash - Unforeseen 
events

Confirm

Save the settings.

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Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Select "Save".

If necessary, select change of 
source.

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Select change source.

"AM Radio".

By automatic frequency search

Select "FM Radio".

"AM Radio".

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Select a preset radio station 
in the list.

Select "FM Radio".

Select a radio station from 
the list offered.

Select "Update list" to refresh the 
list.

Press on the secondary page.

Or

Radio

Changing a radio frequency

Selecting a station

To select a preset radio station.

THEN

Radio reception may be affected by 
the use of electrical equipment not 
approved by PEUGEOT, such as a USB 
charger connected to the 12 V socket.
The exterior environment (hills, 
buildings, tunnel, car park, below 
ground...) may prevent reception, 
even in RDS station tracking mode. 
This phenomenon is normal in the 
propagation of radio waves and is in no 
way indicative of a fault with the audio 
system.

Select "List" in the primary page.

Select "Radio list" in the secondary 
page.

Or

Press 3 or 4 to move the cursor for an 
automatic search down or up for a radio 
frequency.

Or

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Select a radio station or frequency (refer to the 
corresponding section).

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select "Settings".

Select "Radio".

Activate/deactivate "RDS 
options
".

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Press on "Save" (preset).

Select a number in the list to preset the 
previously chosen radio station.
A long press on a number saves (presets) the 
station.

Press on Frequency.

Enter the frequency in full  
(e.g.: 92.10 MHz) using the keypad 
then "Confirm".

Changing radio station
Pressing the name of the current radio station 
brings up a list.
To change radio station press the name of the 
desired station.

Or

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Select "Save" (preset).

Presetting a station

Activating / Deactivating RDS

OR

THEN

A press on this button presets all of 
the stations one after the other.

Recalling preset stations

RDS, if activated, allows you to continue 
listening to the same station by automatic 
retuning to alternative frequencies. 
However, in certain conditions, coverage 
of an RDS station may not be assured 
throughout the entire country as radio 
stations do not cover 100 % of the 
territory. This explains the loss of 
reception of the station during a journey.

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Display of options:
if active but not available, the display will be greyed out,
if active and available, the display will be blank.

Display of "Radiotext" for 
the current station.

Manage the Jukebox.
Display current action.

Select the audio source.
Display the "DAB" band.

Display of the name of the 
current station.

Short-cut: access to the choice of audio 
source and the list of stations (or titles, 
depending on the source).

Select the radio station.

Any thumbnail broadcast by 
the station.

Preset stations,  
buttons 1 to 15.
Short press: select the 
preset radio station.
Long press: preset a radio 
station.

Next "Multiplex".
Next radio station.

Secondary page.

Display the name and 
number of the multiplex 
service being used.

Previous "Multiplex".
Previous radio station.

DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) radio

If the "DAB" radio station being listened to is not 
available on "FM", the "DAB FM" option is greyed out.

Journaline

®

 is a text-based information service designed for digital radio systems.

It provides text-based information structured around topics and sub-topics.
This service is available from the "LIST OF DAB STATIONS" page.

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Select change of source.

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Select "DAB Radio".

Select "List" in the primary page.

Select the radio station from the list offered.

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

Press on the secondary page.

Select "Settings".

Select "Radio".

Select "Digital/FM auto 
tracking
" then "Confirm".

DAB / FM auto tracking

Digital radio

"DAB" does not cover 100% of the 
territory.
When the digital radio signal is poor, 
"DAB/FM station tracking" allows you to 
continue listening to the same station, 
by automatically switching to the 
corresponding "FM" analogue station 
(if there is one).

If "DAB/FM station tracking" is 
activated, there is a difference of a 
few seconds when the system switches 
to "FM" analogue radio with sometimes 
a variation in volume.
When the digital signal is restored, the 
system automatically changes back 
to "DAB".

Digital radio provides higher quality 
reception and also the graphical display 
of current information on the radio 
station being listened to. Select "List" in 
the primary page.
The range of multiplexes available is 
displayed in alphabetical order.

If the "DAB" station being listened to 
is not available on "FM" ("DAB/FM
option greyed out), or "DAB/FM station 
tracking" is not activated, the sound 
will cut out while the digital signal is too 
weak.

or

Select "Radio list" in the secondary 
page.

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Media

USB player

Selecting the source

The steering mounted SRC (source) 
button can be used to go to the next 
media source, available if the source 
is active.

Select change of source.

Press on Radio Media to display the 
primary page.

The system builds playlists (in temporary 
memory), an operation which can take from 
a few seconds to several minutes at the first 
connection.
Reduce the number of non-music files and the 
number of folders to reduce the waiting time.
The playlists are updated every time the 
ignition is switched off or connection of a USB 
memory stick. The lists are memorised: if they 
are not modified, the subsequent loading time 
will be shorter.

Insert the USB memory stick into the USB port 
or connect the USB device to the USB port 
using a suitable cable (not supplied).

Auxiliary (AUX) socket

Connect the portable device (MP3 player…) to 
the auxiliary Jack socket using an audio cable 
(not supplied).

First adjust the volume of your portable device 
(to a high level). Then adjust the volume of your 
audio system.
Display and management of the controls are 
via the portable device.

Choose the source.

CD player

Insert the CD in the player.

Press on OK to confirm the selection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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