B802 & GARMIN BMW NAVIGATOR VI

The B802 system is compatible via Bluetooth with the Garmin BMW Navigator VI.

After pairing up and connecting the navigator to the N-Com system, you will be able to hear the signals coming from the Garmin in your helmet.

 

For best results, it is recommended to download the latest available Firmware version of the satellite navigator and of the N-Com system.

GENERAL INFORMATION

PAIRING UP

For the pairing up procedure between N-Com and navigator, please refer to the user manual of the N-Com system, chapter “GPS pairing up”.

 

The Garmin BMW Navigator VI features two different pairing up options: Mobile, Navigation (HFP profile) and Supports (A2DP profile).

Mobile, Navigation + Supports: by activating both options, you can receive in your helmet phone calls, GPS indications, audio tracks coming from different sources (GPS internal memory, mobile phone, Mp3).

Mobile, Navigation: by activating only the Headset (HFP profile) option, you can receive in your helmet phone calls and GPS indications. You will NOT be able to listen to multimedia audio.

Supports: by activating only the Audio supports (A2DP profile) option, you can receive in your helmet multimedia audio. You will NOT be able to hear phone calls or GPS.

 

CONNECTION

Once the GPS has been paired up, connection takes place automatically upon switching on the B802 system.

 

N.B.: It is recommended to switch off the AUDIO PUSHBUTTONS on the navigator. With AUDIO PUSHBUTTONS active, with each command given on the Garmin, the navigator sends an acoustic feedback signal to the connected N-Com system, temporarily interrupting the playback of musical tracks and/or intercom communication between the two helmets.

INDIVIDUAL USE

The navigator must be paired up and connected to the rider helmet only, following the instructions provided in the “General” section.

 

GPS INDICATIONS

After pairing up and connecting the navigator to the N-Com system, you will be able to hear the audio signals coming from the Garmin BMW Navigator VI in your helmet.

 

MOBILE PHONE

For proper management of the various devices, the mobile phone must be paired up to the N-Com system as MAIN DEVICE (please refer to the user manual of the N-Com system, section “Mobile phone/Mp3 player pair up”).

For proper operation of all devices involved, it is recommended to NOT pair up and connect the mobile phone and navigator one to the other.

 

Incoming calls temporarily interrupt the connection with the navigator.

To maintain the GPS directions during a phone call, enable the Audio Multitasking function (Android) as set out in the user manual of the N-Com system.

 

MUSIC

FROM THE NAVIGATOR: Garmin BMW Navigator VI allows you to listen to musical tracks previously saved in the internal memory of your device. During a GPS indication, the audio track is temporarily paused.

N.B.: The first activation of music coming from the navigator is to be done through the Garmin. Subsequently, playback of the tracks can also be managed from the keypad of the N-Com system.

 

FROM THE MOBILE PHONE: You will be able to listen to music coming from the phone. During a GPS indication, the audio track is temporarily paused.

To maintain the GPS directions while listening to music from the mobile phone, enable the Audio Multitasking function (Android) as set out in the user manual of the N-Com system.

USE IN PAIR

The navigator must be paired up and connected to the rider helmet only, following the instructions provided in the “General” section.

 

GPS INDICATIONS

The intercom connection is automatically interrupted with each indication coming from the navigator and restored at the end of said indication.

To maintain the GPS directions during an intercom conversation, enable the Audio Multitasking function (Android) as set out in the user manual of the N-Com system.

 

MOBILE PHONE

For proper management of the various devices, the mobile phone must be paired up to the N-Com system as MAIN DEVICE (please refer to the user manual of the N-Com system, section “Mobile phone/Mp3 player pair up”).

For proper operation of all devices involved, it is recommended to NOT pair up and connect the mobile phone and navigator one to the other.

 

Incoming phone calls automatically interrupt the connection with the navigator and the intercom connection.

 

MUSIC

FROM THE NAVIGATOR: During intercom connection, you will not be able to listen to audio tracks coming from the navigator.

 

FROM THE MOBILE PHONE: During connection to the navigator, you will be able to listen to music coming from the mobile phone and share it with your passenger through the “Music Sharing” (A2DP Sharing) function. During a GPS indication, the audio track is temporarily paused, and the intercom connection is temporarily suspended.