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ALL-NEW MAZDA3
CONNECTIVITY
QUICK START GUIDE
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MZD-CONNECT
INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM
The MZD-Connect system is divided into five sections as displayed on the Home screen.
The Home screen can be accessed at any time by pressing the Home button.
APPLICATIONS
• Fuel Economy Monitor including i-stop status and i-ELOOP status (where fitted)
• View service and maintenance information
• View vehicle warnings.
ENTERTAINMENT
• AM/FM radio and CD/MP3, USB, AUX, Bluetooth® audio transfer
• Aha™ and Stitcher™ apps for internet radio, Facebook and Twitter*
• Listen to a connected device such as an iPod® or USB storage device.
*With compatible mobile device. Data usage and costs will vary. Please visit mazda.co.uk/mazda3/connectivity
for more information regarding device compatibility.
COMMUNICATION
• Easily make and receive phone calls*
• Receive texts and reply with programmable pre-defined responses*
• Access previous call history or contact information*.
NAVIGATION (WHERE FITTED)
• Choice of routes – fastest, shortest, most economical, and easiest
• 3 years free map updates
• Point of interest search.
SETTINGS
• Easily adjust audio, vehicle and other settings
• Adjust the Active Driving Display (where fitted).
CONTROLLING THE SYSTEM
There are three ways to control the system:
1. Using the 7” colour touch-screen
2. Using the Multimedia Commander
3. Using the voice control system.
USING THE COLOUR TOUCH-SCREEN
The touch-screen can be used when the vehicle is stationary or travelling below 5mph. The
screen accepts touch, tap, slide and swipe motions and can control the entire infotainment and
connectivity system. For example you can swipe the screen to scroll through a long list of contacts
or slide the screen to tune in a radio station.
VOICE CONTROL
To use voice control, press the TALK button located on the steering wheel
and say a command after the beep. The system can be interrupted by
pressing the TALK button again and speaking after the beep.
At any time, simply say “Tutorial” or “Help” for more information.
The system responds to a large number of commands that perform simple operations, such as
calling a contact in your phone book. For example “Call Matt at home” would dial the contact Matt
on their home telephone number.
COMMON COMMANDS
Please note:
Please note:
Go to (and one of the following) Other common commands:
Please do not use any sharp objects such as a pen or key to interact with the touch-screen. These could
damage or pierce the screen and may cause a malfunction of the system.
For more information on any of the topics
covered in this guide as well as detailed
how-to guides for most functions please visit
mazda.co.uk/mazda3/connectivity
For more information regarding voice control and to view or download a list of voice commands please visit
mazda.co.uk/mazda3/connectivity
The touch-screen is disabled above
5mph for safety reasons.
• Main Menu
• Entertainment
• Communication
• Navigation
• Settings
• Texts
• Contacts
• Call History.
• Help
• Cancel
• Go Back or Previous
• Next or Skip
• Select (and line number);
e.g. Select Four or Select Line Four
• Turn Display Off
• Go to CD.
TALK BUTTON
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BLUETOOTH®
The Multimedia Commander is used to control all of the functions of the infotainment
and connectivity system and can be moved left/right/up/down as well as turning to navigate
through the menus.
Press the commander button to select a feature or enter a command.
Entertainment – access the audio menu.
Home – return to the main menu screen.
Navigation – access the navigation menu.
(where navigation is not fitted a GPS location screen will be displayed)
Volume – Turn to adjust volume. Push down to mute audio.
Favourites – access your stored favourites:
50 radio stations across AM/FM
50 contacts
50 navigation points (where navigation is fitted).
Back – returns to previous screen.
PAIRING YOUR BLUETOOTH® PHONE OR AUDIO DEVICE
1. Turn on Bluetooth® on your phone or audio device and
ensure it is visible to other devices
2. Select Communication from the Home screen
3. If no phone is currently connected to the system it will
automatically prompt to connect a device. Select Connect
4. Ensure Bluetooth® is turned ON at the top of the menu
5. Select Add New Device
6. On your phone or audio device, perform a search for Bluetooth® devices
7. Select “Mazda” from the device list on your phone or audio device
8. If required, enter the pairing code shown on the vehicle display, or simply confirm that the
code shown matches the one shown on the display by pressing Yes or OK
9. Press Yes on the car’s screen to confirm
10. Phone or device is now connected.
STEERING WHEEL-MOUNTED BLUETOOTH® CONTROLS
MAKING/RECEIVING A TELEPHONE CALL
1. To make a call, either use the TALK button and say a command such as “Call Matt at home”,
access the Communication menu, or you could access one of your favourite contacts from the
Favourites menu (see next page)
2. To make a call via the Communication menu, select Contacts and scroll to the desired contact
3. Select the contact and desired telephone number if more than one number is available
4. To end a call, press the End Call button on the screen or steering wheel.
Please note:
Phones compatible with sharing contacts, call history or text messaging may require permission to be
given on the phone for these functions. This will depend on the mobile device. Please refer to your phone’s
instruction manual for information.
To enable text message notifications when using an iPhone®, please ensure that Show Notifications is set
to On within the Bluetooth® settings for the Mazda connection on your phone.
MULTIMEDIA
COMMANDER
To make or
accept a call.
To end or reject
a call.
TALK button. Use to input a voice control command.
Press again to skip voice guidance and speak next command.
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ENTER
For more information regarding
Bluetooth®, including a list of
compatible devices, please visit
mazda.co.uk/mazda3/connectivity
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FAVOURITES CONNECTING
TO INTERNET APPLICATIONS
AHA™ OR STITCHER™ APPLICATIONS
Before you can use either application, they must be downloaded to your Apple or Android mobile
device and setup must be completed on your device before connecting to the vehicle. Both apps
can be downloaded free of charge from your app store.
USING THE AHA™ APP
1. Connect your Apple or Android device to
the vehicle via Bluetooth®. App needs to be
configured on device (see above)
2. Select Entertainment from the Home
screen
3. Press the Entertainment button on-screen
to access the source menu
4. Select Aha
5. Aha menu screen will be shown, select one
of your radio presets.
USING THE STITCHER™ APP
1. Connect your Apple or Android device to
the vehicle via Bluetooth®. App needs to be
configured on device (see above)
2. Select Entertainment from the Home Screen
3. Press the Entertainment button on-screen
to access the source menu
4. Select Stitcher
5. Stitcher menu screen will be shown, select
one of your playlists.
If another audio source is selected and then you return to either AhaTM or StitcherTM, the app will
continue playing the preset or playlist that was last accessed.
SETTING UP YOUR FAVOURITE RADIO STATIONS
1. Select Entertainment from the Home screen
2. Using the Scan or Tune function, find the desired radio station
3. Press and hold the Favourites button to add current radio station to your favourites
4. Radio station is now saved and can be accessed at any time by pressing
the Favourites button.
SETTING UP YOUR FAVOURITE CONTACTS
1. Ensure a compatible mobile device is connected via Bluetooth®
2. Press the Favourites button
3. Select Communication Favourites by moving the commander to the right or if using the
touch-screen by selecting the Communication button within the favourites menu
4. Select Add/Edit Communication Favourites
5. Select Add New Contact
6. Select desired contact from list
7. Contact is now saved and can be quickly accessed at any time by pressing the
Favourites button.
8. You can also add favourite contacts by pressing and holding the favourites button whilst
a contact is selected in the Communication menu.
SETTING UP YOUR FAVOURITE NAVIGATION POINTS
Refer to the navigation pages in this guide for detailed instructions regarding your Mazda
navigation system (where fitted).
Please note:
Internet applications require a valid data signal (3G/4G/Wi-Fi) and use significant data volumes. Data costs
and roaming charges may vary, please contact your network provider for more information. Ensure apps
are closed on the device when disconnected from the car’s audio system to prevent excess data usage. As a
reference, listening to one hour of internet radio will use approximately 30 to 60MB of mobile data.
FAVOURITES BUTTON
ENTERTAINMENT
BUTTON
For more information regarding configuring Aha™ or Stitcher™ please view the how-to guides on
mazda.co.uk/mazda3/connectivity
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UPDATING YOUR MAPS - DOWNLOADING
AND INSTALLING MAP DATA
1. With the Mazda Toolbox application running, insert your
Mazda Navigation SD card into your computer’s SD card
slot or SD card reader
2. You may be asked if you are happy to share anonymous
GPS logs and usage information. Please confirm or deny
this request
3. The application will then ask you to backup the data held on the SD card. This will ensure you
are able to restore your navigation data in the event of data corruption
4. Once the backup is complete, click Home and login using the username and password that you
registered previously
5. You may now be shown the main screen, to view available updates, click Updates on the
left-hand menu. If no updates are available Device will be shown rather than Updates. Click on
this to confirm your SD card data is up-to-date
6. If updates are available, click Install to download and install updates to the SD card
7. After confirmation the update has completed the system will inform you that your device is
up-to-date. You can then remove the SD card from your PC and install back in to the car.
UPDATING YOUR MAPS - INSTALLING THE SD CARD IN TO THE CAR
1. Ensure the car’s ignition is OFF
2. Open the front armrest and lift the flap covering the SD card slot
3. Gently push the SD card in, and when it clicks and remains in place, cover it with the flap
4. Turn the car’s ignition on and press the NAV button to load the SD card.
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
SETTING UP YOUR NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Your navigation system is ready to use straight away, however to ensure the best possible
experience we recommend that you update your SD card to ensure you have the latest software
and map data.
The navigation system comes with three years free map updates which commences after the
navigation has been used for approximately 63miles (100km).
UPDATING YOUR MAPS -
REGISTRATION AND MAZDA TOOLBOX
1. On your personal computer navigate to
mazda.co.uk/mazda3/navigation
2. Towards the top of the screen, click Register and follow
the on-screen instructions to set up an account. You can
subscribe to the newsletter to be kept up to date with
future map updates
3. Once you have registered you will be sent an email to
verify your email address. Please click the link in this
email to confirm your account
4. Navigate back to mazda.co.uk/mazda3/navigation and login to the site using your chosen
username and password by clicking Login at the top of the page
5. Select the MZD Connect system by clicking Choose
5. Click Download Toolbox to the right of the page and then click Download to download the
Mazda Toolbox
6. Once the Mazda Toolbox application is downloaded please launch the file and follow the
on-screen instructions to install the Mazda Toolbox
7. Mazda Toolbox should now start and ask you to insert your SD card.
UPDATING YOUR MAPS -
REMOVING THE SD CARD FROM THE CAR
1. To remove your SD card, ensure the car’s ignition is OFF
2. Open the front armrest and lift the flap covering the SD
card slot
3. Gently push the SD card in, remove your finger and the
SD card can then be pulled out.
Please note:
Please note:
Please note:
The SD card slot is only for genuine Mazda Navigation map SD cards. Do not insert any other SD cards in to
the vehicle as it may cause damage to the vehicle and/or the SD card.
Ensure you have enough disk space to backup your SD card data and download any available map updates.
When installing the SD card in to the car, ensure the lock switch on the SD card is in the unlocked position.
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
NAVIGATION SCREEN OPTIONS
ICON FUNCTION PURPOSE
Show Menu Bar To open the bottom menu bar
Hide Menu Bar To close the bottom menu bar
New Destination
To enter an address or favourite destination,
or select a place of interest or location on
the map
Navigation Information
To switch to the navigation information
screen displaying items such as traffic and
GPS reception levels
Cancel To cancel an existing way point or route
Places Nearby To find places nearby
Route Options
To display the route details and full length of
route. Edit or cancel, pick alternatives or avoid
parts of the route
View Mode
To change the map mode
(2D north up, 2D heading up, 3D)
Settings Adjust navigation settings
SETTING A ROUTE
1. Push the NAV button on the commander or touch-screen
2. Open the bottom menu and select New Destination
3. Select Find Address
4. Select Town to input a town or postcode
5. Enter the Street Name and/or House Number if required. If a house number is entered, select
the button on the bottom right of the screen to confirm
6. If you do not enter a house number, you can navigate to the centre of the street by selecting
Select Street, or Select Town Centre to navigate to the centre of the town or postcode
7. Select Navigate To
8. The route display screen will show for 10 seconds before navigation begins unless you move to
another option on the screen, in which case, press Start to begin navigation.
ALTERNATIVE ROUTES
After selecting Navigate To, there will be an option for Route Alternative. By default the fastest
route is selected, however there are other routes available;
– Fastest Route (selected by default)
– Shortest Route
– Most Economical Route
– Easiest Route.
Once a choice of route has been made, press back to view
the route screen and press Start to begin navigation
SETTING UP YOUR FAVOURITE DESTINATIONS
1. Press the Favourites button
2. Select Navigation Favourites by moving the commander to the right or if using the touchscreen by selecting the Navigation button within the favourites menu
3. Select Add/Edit Navigation Favourites
4. If a route is set, you can Add Current Destination as a favourite, otherwise you can only
select Add Current Location or Address From Contact to add an address from a contact in
your phonebook (when a compatible phone is connected via Bluetooth®)
5. Navigation point is now saved and can be quickly accessed at any time by pressing the
Favourites button.
6. You can also add favourite locations by pressing and holding the favourites button whilst at
the desired location within the navigation menu.
VOICE GUIDANCE
To repeat the last navigation instruction, press the NAV button on the Multimedia Commander.
Please note:
Town is pre-populated based on your current location. Edit if you wish to search for a street address in
another town. Postcodes can also be entered here.
TO ENTER A NEW
DESTINATION
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NAVIGATION SYSTEM
FIND PLACES
Search for points of interest such as airports or railway stations using the Find Places function.
1. Push the NAV button on the commander or touch-screen
2. Open the bottom menu and select New Destination
3. Select Find Places
4. Select Filter By Name to enter the name of a location if known, e.g. “Heathrow Airport” or to
select a category of interest select Set Category. You can combine a name and category to be
more specific in your search
5. Select the area you wish to search. Around Here is the default, or you can select In a Town, or
if a route is already set, Along Route or Around Destination
6. Select Search
7. Select a desired location from the results to navigate to this point.
HISTORIC SPEED OVERVIEW
The system holds historic traffic information which can be accessed at any
time. Historic speed data is also used when planning a route to take into
account normal road conditions on your route at that time.
1. Push the NAV button on the commander or touch-screen
2. Open the bottom menu and select Information by pressing the i button on the bottom menu
3. Select Traffic
4. Select Historical Speed Overview.
You will then be shown a map of your current location with road speed depicted using a colour
code. Green is a clear route, and red is a congested road. You can also view historical traffic at a
certain time of the day for any day of the week by altering the settings using the bottom menu.
SMART HISTORY
The navigation system builds up a historical record of your previous journeys and can suggest
destinations based on the time and day, previous routes and previous locations. For example
if you travel to Manchester every Monday morning, Manchester will be top of the list of Smart
History on a Monday morning. To access Smart History;
1. Push the NAV button on the commander or touch-screen
2. Open the bottom menu and select New Destination
3. Select History.
You are then able to view Smart History as well as chronological history, select a previous location
and navigate to the location.
INFORMATION BUTTON
NAVIGATION
CONNECTED SERVICES
CONNECTED SERVICES
Allows you access to a range of live data options within
the navigation system
– Live traffic updates
– Live weather information
– Live fuel prices
– Advanced local search.
Connected Services are a subscription service. A 60-day
free trial is included with your navigation system and
commences the first time you connect the car to a Wi-Fi
hotspot. After the free trial has finished you must purchase
a subscription to continue using Connected Services. To do
this, please refer to the instructions on page 15.
SETTING UP A WI-FI HOTSPOT
Use your mobile device to create a Wi-Fi hotspot to use Connected Services. Every mobile device
will have different settings, so please refer to the device’s instruction manual for how to setup a
Wi-Fi hotspot. The system can be connected to any available Wi-Fi hotspot.
CONNECTING THE CAR TO A WI-FI HOTSPOT
1. Select Settings from the Home screen
2. Select Devices from the top menu
3. Select Network Management
4. Ensure Wi-Fi connectivity is turned on
5. As long as the Wi-Fi network is made visible to all
devices, then the name of the network should show
on this screen. Select the desired network
6. Select Password
7. Enter the password - passwords are case sensitive
8. Select Connect to
9. Once a connection is made, the Wi-Fi symbol will show in white at the top of the screen
showing the strength of the signal.
Upon first connecting to a Wi-Fi network and accessing the navigation menu the system will ask
you to confirm you are happy to use Wi-Fi for data. Once a Wi-Fi connection has been made, the
car will automatically connect to that network whenever it is available.
Please note:
To use live services a valid free trial
period or subscription is required
as well as a Wi-Fi connection for
the data transfer.
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NAVIGATION CONNECTED SERVICES
ADVANCED LOCAL SEARCH
Works in a similar way to Find Places (see previous pages) but allows you to search from a much
larger live database of local businesses and points of interest, also providing you the opportunity
to telephone or navigate to their location.
1. Select New Destination from the bottom menu
2. Select Local Search
3. Search for any local business or point of interest, such as “Climbing Wall”, for example
4. Select the desired point from the list of results and navigate to the location.
ACTIVATING LIVE TRAFFIC UPDATES
To use the live traffic function, it needs to be activated within
the traffic settings:
1. Select Navigation from the Home screen or push the
NAV button
2. Open the bottom menu and select Settings
3. Select Connected Settings
4. Ensure Online Traffic is selected
5. Go back to navigation settings
6. Select Traffic Settings and ensure Online Traffic
is selected.
Live traffic will then be visible when setting a route or navigating to a destination. You can also
view current traffic conditions by pressing the i button on the navigation bottom menu and
selecting Traffic. Select Current Traffic Overview to view the traffic conditions around you or
along a set route.
When live traffic is active and a route is set, detours can be offered if there is traffic along the
route. If an alternative route becomes available, a notification will show on-screen asking if
you wish to re-route around the incident and the time this could save you. To adjust the detour
notification sensitivity or automatically accept detours, adjust the options within the traffic
settings menu.
INFORMATION BUTTON
Please note:
Please note:
Connected Services uses your mobile data via Wi-Fi connection with your mobile device. Connected Services
uses approximately 30MB of data per month based on usage of six hours per day, five days per week. A valid
data signal (3G/4G) and free trial period or subscription are required for Connected Services. Data usage
and costs may vary, please contact your network provider for more information. Connected Services may
not operate in areas of low signal strength.
In petrol models, only Midgrade Gasoline (Premium Unleaded) and Normal Gasoline (Standard Unleaded) are
available in the UK.
ACTIVATING LIVE WEATHER UPDATES
1. Select Navigation from the Home screen or push the
NAV button
2. Open the bottom menu and select Settings
3. Select Connected Settings
4. Ensure Auto Download Weather is selected.
Live weather will now be visible when setting a route or by accessing the Weather option within
the navigation information menu by pressing the i button on the navigation bottom menu and
selecting Weather. You will then have the option to search for weather along your route, at your
destination or in a specific town.
ACTIVATING LIVE FUEL PRICES
1. Select Navigation from the Home screen or push the NAV button
2. Open the bottom menu and select Settings
3. Select Connected Settings
4. In the Download Fuel Types section select up to two fuel types.
Fuel prices will now be accessible within the navigation information menu by pressing the i button
on the navigation bottom menu and then selecting Fuel Prices. You will then have the option to
search along your route, around your destination or in a specific town.
PURCHASING A CONNECTED SERVICES SUBSCRIPTION
After the 60-day free trial has ended, a subscription will be required to continue using Connected
Services:
1. Ensure you have registered at mazda.co.uk/mazda3/navigation and downloaded the Mazda
Toolbox application as per the instructions on page 8 of this guide
2. With the Mazda Toolbox application running, insert your SD card into your computer’s SD card
slot or SD card reader
3. Click Shop on the left-hand menu
4. Connected Services subscription options will be shown. Select the desired subscription by
clicking the respective icon and then Add to cart
5. Click Go to Checkout to confirm, then Checkout and then Verify Your Order to enter or
confirm your billing address
7. Click Payment to select your payment method and enter your payment details
8. Once payment has been made, your subscription is added to your SD card and you should see
a screen stating “Your device is up to date”. You can then remove the SD card from your PC
and install back in to the car.
To view your purchase, click Home on the left-hand menu and then Transaction History
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ACTIVE
DRIVING DISPLAY
(SPORT NAV MODELS)
ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY
1. Ensure your seat is set to your driving position
2. Select Settings from the Home screen
3. Select AD-Disp from the top menu
4. Select Height
5. Use either the touch-screen or Multimedia Commander to
slide the bar left or right to select a suitable height for the
head-up display.
DEACTIVATING THE DISPLAY
1. From within the AD-Disp settings menu (see above), select Active Driving Display and untick
the box. Please note this only deactivates the display rather than folding away the screen.
2. To re-activate the display, tick the box.
ACTIVATING TURN-BY-TURN NAVIGATION ON THE DISPLAY
1. From within the AD-Disp settings menu (see above), select Navigation and tick the box to
display turn-by-turn navigation instructions. This will then show the next turn and distance on
the head-up display whenever a route is set
2. To deactivate turn-by-turn navigation from the display, untick the box.
Please note:
DO NOT ADJUST THE HEAD-UP DISPLAY MANUALLY.
This may damage the display.
MORE INFORMATION ON MZD-CONNECT INFOTAINMENT
For more information on any of the functions explained in this guide, or any part of the connectivity or
infotainment systems in your Mazda3 please visit mazda.co.uk/mazda3/connectivity where you can view
easy-to-follow how-to guides of some of the most common functions.
mazda.co.uk 08457 48 48 48 Part Number: 810079183 August 2014
Please note:
The Active Driving Display will re-activate each time the vehicle’s engine is started.

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