Subaru Forester 2.0XT Premium Starlink 2016 Quick Reference Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Subaru Forester 2.0XT Premium Starlink 2016 Quick Reference Guide PDF

2016

Love. Its what makes a Subaru, a Subaru.

SUBARU STARLINK

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Quick Reference Guide

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Table of Contents

2 Controls

3 Bluetooth Basics

48 Hands-free Calling SUBARU STARLINK

6.2" Multimedia

Pairing Your Cell Phone and Calling

913 Hands-free Calling SUBARU STARLINK

7.0" Multimedia Plus and

7.0" Multimedia Navigation

Pairing Your Cell Phone and Calling

1423 Navigation SUBARU STARLINK 7.0" Multimedia Navigation Safety

Introduction

Finding an Address

Finding a Point of Interest

Setting HOME

24 Connected Services

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SUBARU STARLINK

NOTE: This section only covers the buttons on the STARLINK system faceplate. Your vehicle has one of the systems listed below:

6.2" Multimedia 7.0" Multimedia Plus 7.0" Multimedia Navigation

Though they appear slightly different, these buttons work the same for all three systems.

Radio Functions

1. Power/Volume Control Press the power/volume control knob for on or off; rotate the knob to control the volume.

2. Audio Source Press the AUDIO button to display the audio screen. Touch the audio source you want to hear. When there are two pages, use the arrows to change the page.

Sound Settings While in an audio operations screen, touch the Sound key. You will be able to adjust EQ and sound position.

3. Seek Press to select the next or previous radio frequency.

CD Player Functions

4. Load Insert a disc into the slot. The CD will automatically be drawn in and will begin play at the first track.

5. Eject Press the button to eject the disc.

6. Track Press to select the next or previous track.

*For more detailed information, please refer to the Owners Manual or the Navigation System Owners Manual.

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Bluetooth Basics The hands-free system may

not operate properly under the following conditions:

o The cell phone is turned off.

o The cell phone is not connected to the hands-free system.

o The cell phone is not in the phone call area.

o The battery of the cell phone has run down.

o The cell phone is behind the seat or in the glove box.

o A metal material covers or touches the cell phone.

Depending on the type of cell phone that is used, the screen on the cell phone may remain illuminated while the ignition switch is in the ON position. If this occurs, consult your cell phone manual to adjust the cell phone settings.

Depending on the setting of the cell phone, the dial lock function may be activated after making a call. Deactivate the automatic dial lock function of the cell phone before using the hands-free system. Do not perform this operation while driving.

Depending on the type of cell phone that is used, operation and sound volume may vary.

Depending on the type of cell phone that is used, not all phone functions may be compatible with your vehicle.

When the ignition switch is turned to the LOCK/OFF position during a call, the call may be disconnected or continued on the cell phone,

depending on the type of cell phone that is used. Note that operation of the cell phone may be necessary if the call is continued on the cell phone.

Do not speak at the same time as the other party during a call. If you and the other party speak at the same time, it may be difficult for the other party to hear your voice and vice versa. This is normal.

The receiver sound volume should be set as low as possible. Otherwise, the party you are calling may notice an undesirable echo sound.

Speak clearly and loudly.

Your voice may be difficult to hear by the receiving party under the following conditions:

o Driving on a rough road.

o Driving at a high speed.

o Driving with a window open.

o When air from the ventilator blows directly toward the microphone.

o When the sound coming from the ventilator is loud.

o When the cell phone is positioned too closely to the microphone.

The sound quality may degrade due to the influence of the cell phone that is connected to the system or the circumstances of the Bluetooth network.

When another Bluetooth device is simultaneously connected, noise may be heard in the voice coming from the hands-free phone.

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Pairing Your Cell Phone

Press the home button on the audio system panel, then touch the PHONE soft key on the touch screen.

Touch the Bluetooth soft key at the lower right-hand corner of the screen.

Hands-free Calling 6.2" Multimedia

phone off hook button

phone on hook button

talk button

IMPORTANT: These buttons will be referenced throughout this section.

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For pairing the first phone under Device 1, touch the Add soft key.

The system will wait for a connection request from your phone.

Touch the OK soft key.

The screen will confirm when pairing is complete.

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The system will process the command.

Say the phone number.

Making a Call NOTE: This system is designed primarily for voice command operation. However, manual input is also recognized.

For voice command operation, follow the steps below: Press the talk button, then say, Dial number.

Your phone now appears in the connection screen.

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For manual input operation, follow the steps below: Press the home button on the audio system panel, then touch the Phone soft key on the touch screen. Select the desired tab to call from, then select the number.

Say, Dial.

If you select Dialpad, type the number you want to call. NOTE: This operation cannot be performed while driving.

To end the call, press the phone on hook button or touch the red phone on hook soft key. For more information on voice command operation, please consult the vehicle Owners Manual.

The system will place the call.

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Receiving a Call When a call comes in, you will be notified. If the audio system is on, the audio system will mute and a voice prompt will inform you. Press the phone off hook button to accept the call.

If you want to put the call on hold (only if your cell phone has this function), press the phone on hook button.

If you want to decline the incoming call (only if your cell phone has this function), press and hold the phone on hook button.

If you want to adjust the volume of the call, use the plus or minus switch on the steering wheel. If you want to end the call, press the phone on hook button.

Press the phone off hook button or the green phone off hook soft key. The system will place the call.

To end the call, press the phone on hook button or touch the red phone on hook soft key. For more information on manual operation, please consult the vehicle Owners Manual.

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Pairing Your Cell Phone Press the home button on the audio system panel, then touch the PHONE soft key on the touch screen.

Touch Yes.

Hands-free Calling 7.0" Multimedia Plus and 7.0" Multimedia Navigation

phone off hook button

phone on hook button

talk button

IMPORTANT: These buttons will be referenced throughout this guide.

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A Bluetooth PIN will appear on the screen. Put your phone into Bluetooth pairing mode and register your phone to the vehicle system using the PIN provided.

The system waits for connection requests coming from the registered device.

When the connection status changes to Connected, touch OK.

Check that the screen is displayed when pairing is successful.

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If you want to transfer your devices phonebook, touch Yes.

From here, you can access the different system settings.

Please consult the Navigation System Owners Manual for more detailed information.

Touch System Settings to access the settings menu.

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NOTE: This system is designed primarily for voice command operation. However, manual input is also recognized.

For voice command operation, follow the steps below:

Making a Call

Press the talk button, then say, Call a number.

Say, Call, followed by the phone number.

When the confirmation screen appears, say, Yes, or press the phone off hook button. The system will place the call.

To end the call, press the phone on hook button or touch the red phone on hook soft key. For more information on voice operation, please consult the Navigation System Owners Manual.

For manual input operation, follow the steps below:

Press the home button, then touch the PHONE soft key. Select the desired tab to call from, then select the number.

If you select Dial Pad, type the number you want to call. NOTE: This operation cannot be performed while driving.

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Receiving a Call

If you want to put the call on hold (only if your cell phone has this function), press the phone on hook button.

If you want to decline the incoming call (only if your cell phone has this function), press and hold the phone on hook button.

If you want to adjust the volume of the call, use the plus or minus switch on the steering wheel. If you want to end the call, press the phone on hook button.

Press the phone off hook button or the green Phone off hook soft key. The system will place the call.

To end the call, press the phone on hook button or touch the red phone on hook soft key.

For more information on manual operation, please consult the Navigation System Owners Manual.

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Navigation 7.0" Multimedia Navigation

Your Navigation System will assist you in reaching your destination and, if used properly, can do so with speed and ease. To use the system as safely as possible, follow all safety directions.

Safety

Before attempting to use this system while driving, make sure you read the entire Navigation System Owners Manual Supplement. Do not allow others to use this system until they also read the manual and understand the instructions.

You should program your destination and select your route only when your vehicle is not moving. While driving, listen to the voice instructions as much as possible and only glance at the screen briefly and when it is safe to do so.

The data in the system may occasionally be incomplete as road conditions and driving restrictions (no left turns, road closures, etc.) change. Before you follow system instructions, make sure to check whether you can comply with the instructions legally and safely. Do not be distracted by the navigation screen. Failure to keep your attention on the road could lead to an accident.

The system cannot warn you of environmental or street hazards or the availability of emergency systems. If you are unsure about the safety of an area, do not drive into it.

Use this system only where it is legal to do so. Some states may have laws prohibiting the use of video screens within the drivers sight.

And remember, this system is never a substitute for the drivers personal judgment.

To start the Navigation System, start the engine and press the map button on the audio system panel. The opening screen (Subaru Starlink) will appear, followed by the CAUTION screen. Read the instructions on the screen. If not previously selected, touch LANGUAGES to select a language. Then touch I AGREE when illuminated.

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Navigation 7.0" Multimedia Navigation

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1 Show Map Touch SHOW MAP to access the

map screen and to start navigation on the map. The map shows the current position, recommended route if previously selected, and reduces the surrounding area to display on the map being used.

2 Traffic Summary Touch to open the Traffic Summary

screen. XM Traffic customer subscription required.

3 Destination Touch DESTINATION , and then

select which method to use to reach your destination by entering the address, selecting a favorite place, selecting a position on the map, or selecting from the destination history list.

4 Change Route Touch CHANGE ROUTE . You

can also perform various route related functions such as editing or canceling the route, adding way points, selecting a different route, avoiding a part of the route or performing a navigation simulation.

5 More... Touch MORE to select navigation

settings, get help, start a system demo, or start various other auxiliary applications.

6 Guidance Volume Touch + to increase, or - to

decrease, the guidance volume.

Your Navigation System helps you find and store addresses as well as places and attractions based on your map location. Prior to using the system, be sure to read the entire Navigation System Owners Manual Supplement so you have a complete understanding of the system. For your convenience, this Quick Reference Guide offers a quick guide for regularly used features.

Your control panel is your access to the Navigation System. Some of the controls and functions cannot be used unless the vehicle is stationary.

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Finding an Address

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Touch the map button to display the map screen, then touch MENU to access the navigation menu screen.

On the navigation menu, touch DESTINATION .

3 Touch FIND ADDRESS .

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4 By default, the country and state for your current position are displayed. If you are traveling to a destination other than the state or province you are in, touch COUNTRY OR STATE/PROVINCE to select the desired country or state/province. When the keyboard appears, type the state or province. As you type, a list of choices appears. Touch the line with the correct state or province and it is automatically transferred to the address screen.

5 Touch CITY . When the keyboard appears, type the city or ZIP code. As you type the city name, touch RESULTS at the lower right of the screen and a list appears with possible city choices. Touch the up/down arrows to the right to scroll until you find the city name. Touch the line with the correct city and it is automatically transferred to the address screen.

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6 Touch STREET . When the keyboard appears, type the street name. As you type the street name, touch RESULTS at the lower right of the screen and a list appears with possible choices. Touch the up/down arrows to the right to scroll until you find the street name. Touch the line with the correct street name and it is automatically transferred to the address screen. NOTE: For streets that are preceded by a direction such as North, South, etc., type the street name first.

7 Touch HOUSE NUMBER . When the keyboard appears, type the house number. The house number is automatically transferred to the address screen. NOTE: If the house number is not found, the center of the street is selected as the destination.

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8 The map is displayed with the selected point at the center. Touch NEXT when a route has been set or touch GO! to start route guidance.

You are automatically returned to the map with the destination now set as a favorite. Touch NEXT , and then touch GO! . The map screen appears with the route. Start driving following the navigation.

NOTE: If the destination will be used frequently, you can save it to favorites as follows before touching NEXT . Touch MORE , and then touch ADD TO FAVORITES . A keyboard appears with the destination address.

You can store that address or type a name for that address. Touch the arrow to the right of the address. This clears the address from only the screen so that you can give the address a name. Then touch OK! .

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You can also find addresses by using Find Places. You can use this in the event you do not have a specific address but can refer to a specific place, such as a gas station, restaurant, accommodation, etc.

Finding a Point of Interest

1 Touch the map button to display the map screen. Touch MENU , touch DESTINATION , then touch FIND PLACES . You can select from the four preset categories shown on the right side of the screen or touch CUSTOM SEARCH .

2 Choose where you want to find places.

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4 Find the item you want on the list, and then touch that item. The map is displayed with the selected point at the center. The name and address of the location are displayed in the black bar at the top of the screen.

3 A keyboard appears for you to enter the name of a specific location. After entering the first few characters, touch RESULTS at the lower right of the screen to view a list of names that include the characters you entered.

5 The route is researched automatically, and then the entire route is displayed on the map. Touch MORE to change the route plan, or touch GO! to start navigation.

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Setting HOME

1 Touch the map button to display the map screen. Touch MENU , touch DESTINATION , and then touch GO HOME .

2 At the confirmation screen, touch YES .

3 At the Set Home screen, touch FIND ADDRESS . Follow the steps 3 through 7 on pages 1618 (Finding an Address) of this guide.

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4 The address is displayed in the black bar at the top of the screen. The location is centered on the map. Touch GO .

5 At the confirmation screen, touch OK .

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Enhanced Roadside Assistance Press to connect with Subarus Roadside Assistance Provider. Subscription required.

Press and hold the button for about two seconds to cancel the call.

SOS Emergency Assistance Press to connect with a STARLINK Customer Care Advisor. Subscription required.

Press and hold the button for about two seconds to cancel the call.

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About the Map SD Card When driving using guidance from the navigation system, be sure to follow the actual road signs and traffic regulations. If road signs and traffic regulations are changed, the data on the map SD card may be out of date. Also, the data on the map SD card does not take into account factors such as weather, time zones, and occurrences such as differences in congestion situations and temporary road closures due to construction work. Always give precedence to road signs and traffic rules over instructions from the navigation system.

Not following the road signs and traffic rules could lead to injury or traffic violations.

All information contained within this Quick Reference Guide was accurate at the time of publication. We reserve the right to change features, operation and/or functionality of any vehicle specification at any time without incurring any obligation to make the same or similar changes to products previously sold. Your Subaru retailer is the best source for the most current information. For detailed operating and safety information, please consult your Owners Manual.

MSA5B1611A Issued June 2015 Printed in USA 06/15

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