the stylus pen into the RESET hole on the back your
device and hold for 5-10 seconds, making sure you feel
a noticeable “click”, which indicates the reset has
taken place. Hold for 5-10 seconds. Click here
Insert the new (updated) memory card provided to you by TeleType. Access the Navigation function and when the I Agree screen appears, rather than proceed with I Agree, press the SD Card Icon found in the bottom left corner. Follow the on-screen instructions to transfer history from a previous card to the new card. Note: History and Waypoint transfer is available for newer versions of the software such as ver N6.11068L and higher.
The GPS reads the date and time from the satellite signal;
if it is incorrect then the GPS is having trouble finding a signal.
Make sure that you are outside with a clear view of the sky, away from larger buildings.
Note: You can adjust the time manually by pressing Menu, then GPS Status,
then pressing the Change button next to the Date/Time.
In the Settings menu click Backlight, and adjust the brightness here.
On the 7100 and 7200 models, click the Settings button on the right side of the device and
click the Brightness and Contrast keys to adjust those settings.
On the 7100 and 7200 models you can also click Settings, then AV Settings,
then click on the second icon on the left side of the screen, and adjust the contrast.
Settings, then Backlight; there will be
the option of having the screen dim after a certain
amount of time. Check your preferred option, or choose
“Never” to have the backlight remain
on at all times. On the 7100 and 7200 models, you can
click on the SET button on the right side of
the device and click the Brightness key; here there
is an option to choose between “Auto” and
“Manual” settings. Choosing “Auto”
will dim the screen after a few minutes, and choosing
“Manual” will keep it bright at all times.
On the 7100 and 7200 models, press and hold the Menu button on the right side of the device.
After a few seconds you should be taken to a blank white screen with a small target in the middle.
Press and hold the target for a few seconds until it moves to the top left corner of the screen.
Press and hold it again until it moves to the bottom left.
Repeat this process to move the target to the bottom right,
then top right corner of the screen. Press and hold the target one more time.
If the target disappears and an “OK” message appears on the screen,
touch the screen once to exit; the touch screen should now be working properly.
If the target moves back to the middle, then repeat the process until you see the “OK” message.
If you are having trouble, make sure the screen is wiped clean and the screen protector is removed.
the memory card from the side of the unit and check
if the Storage Card is locked. Check the position of
small yellow or white slider tab. If the small yellow
or white slider on the side is moved in to “Lock”
position, move the slider out of the “Lock”
position, re-insert the card and try again.
WorldNav GPS is equipped with an audio out jack that
allows you to connect external speakers for boosting
the volume. Be sure to use “Powered” speaker
to obtain maximum volume. Also, the 7200 Model has an
FM tuner which can be used to here the GPS instructions
through your radio. A wide variety of speakers can be
found at your local electronic store.
No. Almost all of the functions of the GPS can be used without having to connect it to a computer.
Updates are distributed via memory card sent through the mail rather than through the Internet.
If you’d like to play music and movie files, then you may have to access your memory card through your computer.
In order to upload
Music, Videos, or Photos to the GPS, we recommend that
you first make a back up copy of your memory card onto
your laptop or desktop. You might also consider the purchase
of a separate memory card for your personal media files.
The navigation software must remain on the original memory
card in order for the software to work properly. To copy
your own files to your memory card follow these steps:
Remove the memory card from the GPS device by pressing
it towards the device and it will then be ejected.
Insert the memory card directly into your PC through
the SD card slot or a memory card reader, which can
be purchased at any electronics store.
The computer will recognize the memory card as a
storage device. When card is inserted, a window will
come up with different folders, (Maps, Movies, Music,
Picture, and TTWorldNavigator).
Double click on the folder that would apply to your
Simply drag and drop your desired files into the
folders. (Please see system specifications to check
which file formats are supported).
When you complete the file transfer, simply insert
the memory card back into the device.
You are ready to navigate with movies, music, and
pictures. *Caution* DO NOT open the folders of the
actual mapping software as it may corrupt files and
cause the navigation software to stop working.
To pair your GPS and your phone using Bluetooth technology,
press Bluetooth on the main menu. Before trying to connect to your phone,
you must enable Bluetooth option on your phone (see your phone manual).
Once you enable Bluetooth on your phone,
go to your GPS Bluetooth screen and press on the icon of a phone with a magnifying glass.
Unit will then try to pair the GPS to your phone. On your cell phone,
you will find a window with name “GPS” in it, press “Connect”.
If your phone asks you to input a password, type “1234”.
To check if you are indeed connected with your phone,
click on the icon of an address book with a magnifying glass, which will show the model of your phone.
Yes, you can use any low capacity memory card of your choice to store your music and videos.
Reminder, be sure to keep a copy of the WorldNav memory card on your laptop or desktop hard drive for safekeeping.
the GPS device is powered On, the internal GPS may have
inadvertently been turned Off. The GPS can only lock
into position when the communication settings are set
properly. Touch the screen anywhere. Press the Menu
button, press the white right arrow twice, you will
then reach the GPS Status page. Click on the “GPS
Status” icon. Notice the red indicator at the
bottom of the screen. If the indicator is solid then
the GPS is not obtaining a satellite signal. Use the
white arrows to set the proper choices as described
WorldNav 7” GPS devices should be set to Com Port
= 2, Baud = 4800. The WorldNav 5” GPS should be
set to Com Port = 7, Baud = 4800. The WorldNav 3.5”
GPS devices do not need to be set.
Some of the model 7100 devices will show the wrong date even after the device is locked into position.
Rest assured the GPS navigation function is not affected.
If desired, you can install a firmware update which will solve the issue.
Your GPS may have frozen while in Sleep Mode. Reset your device by pressing and holding the Reset button on the back of the device for 20-30 seconds until the screen powers back on. It is a good idea when you are finished using your GPS to power the device completely off instead of putting it into Sleep Mode, as this uses up a lot of the internal memory. Sleep mode is intended only for use while re-fueling, typically less than an hour at a time. Failure to completely power off the GPS daily may result in memory faults.
function is intended to copy both My Points and History,
if your History file has been deleted, the transfer
may fail. Solution: Create a History entry. Search for
Boston, MA, select the result from the Find Results.
Now you can use the transfer function as originally