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Old 10th February 2007, 02:16   #1
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Full-screen view in navigation screen?

That sounds awesome. Hey i have one question who did u get the navigation window to take up the whole screen, like with 14 second to go if u see the navigation screen takes up the whole screen and is not "split" how do i do that in my 750li i asked the tech here at savage bmw and he told me i can't put the whole screen like that. I am sure it's possible. I have a 2006 750li.
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Hey i have one question who did u get the navigation window to take up the whole screen, like with 14 second to go if u see the navigation screen takes up the whole screen and is not "split" how do i do that in my 750li i asked the tech here at savage bmw and he told me i can't put the whole screen like that. I am sure it's possible. I have a 2006 750li.
In the M5, when the Start Menu is displayed in the Control Display, which you referred to as the navigation window, it takes up the entire screen. After a menu item (ie: Communication, Navigation, Entertainment, Climate and i menu) is choosen, then you get the Assistance Window also.
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You can't do that in the 750. I have already tried.
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