The navigator must be paired up and connected to the rider helmet only, following the instructions provided in the “General” section.
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 Zumo in your helmet.
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.
FROM THE NAVIGATOR: Garmin Zumo 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 can listen to music coming from the smartphone. During a GPS indication, the audio track is temporarily muted (continuing the playback).
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.