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PROTECT

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Protect features will require an InControl account. To register, connect and activate an InControl account if not already been activated, please visit: www.jaguarincontrol.com, and follow the on screen instructions.

Remote Essentials:

Before using Remote Essentials, the Jaguar InControl Remote smartphone app must be downloaded to the phone. The app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

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Not all smartphones are compatible. The Jaguar InControl Remote smartphone app is compatible with iPhone 5 running iOS 7 and above, and Android phones running v4.0 and above.

Downloading and installing:

  1. Search for the Jaguar InControl Remote smartphone app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

  2. From the list of results, select Jaguar InControl Remote smartphone app and install it.

  3. When the installation is complete, open the launcher and select the Jaguar InControl Remote smartphone app icon.

  4. Follow the app's quick start guide instructions to complete the set-up.

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The availability and functionality of the app depends on the specification of the vehicle and the market in which the vehicle is used.

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Apple and iPhone™ are registered trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

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Google Play Store is a registered trademark of Google Inc.

The Jaguar InControl Remote smartphone app communicates with the vehicle remotely, to check the vehicle's fuel level and estimated range available. Journey logs can be viewed, and the status of the doors and windows checked. The last parked position of the vehicle can be confirmed, along with directions back to that position.

The Vehicle Status page is the home screen for the app. The following features can be selected:

  • Security Status.

  • Journeys.

  • Assistance.

  • Settings.

Security Status:

The Security Status screen displays the open and closed status of all the doors and windows, and the current alarm setting. The Security Status screen also displays the locked and unlocked status of the vehicle.

Journeys:

The Journeys screen displays the most recently completed journeys.

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The Journeys feature can be enabled or disabled via the InControl Settings screen within the Jaguar InControl Remote smartphone app.

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Stored journeys can be viewed, deleted, or downloaded as a .csv file to assist business expenses.

Assistance:

The Assistance screen displays the vehicle's VIN and registration number. Direct calls can be made to the optimised roadside assistance call centre for breakdown assistance. In the event of a vehicle theft, direct calls can be made to the stolen vehicle tracking call centre, if Secure Tracker is fitted.

Settings:

The Settings screen allows the vehicle's security status and the journey recording to be switched on or off. Settings also allows access to the user's InControl account.

SOS Emergency Call:

There are two states of SOS emergency call: Automatic and manual operation.

In a crash situation, where the airbags have deployed, an automatic emergency call is made to the emergency services. In an non-crash situation, when emergency assistance is required, the emergency call button can be used manually.

In both states, the button flashes yellow until the emergency services answer the call, at which point the flashing stops.

The vehicle's location, owner details, and problem is automatically taken. The appropriate emergency services are despatched to the vehicle's location. Contact with the emergency services agent can be made, at any time, by pressing the SOS emergency call button.

The SOS emergency call button is located in the overhead console, on the right-side. See FAHRERBEDIENELEMENTE.

Press and release the button's cover to reveal the button. The button is illuminated by a red LED. Press the button for 2 seconds to make a direct call to the emergency services.

After use, push the button's cover back into place.

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When the vehicle is travelling in a different country, the SOS emergency call still connects. However, the vehicle’s location and the vehicle's details may not be automatically sent.

There are two back-up batteries that maintain full system operation in the event that the vehicle's battery is disconnected or disabled. The batteries are guaranteed for 3 years. When the batteries require replacement, SOS Limited is displayed in the instrument panel message centre. Consult a retailer/authorised repairer for replacement batteries.

When a fault is detected with the SOS emergency call system, the SOS Limited message is displayed in the instrument panel message centre. When this occurs, the vehicle can still be driven, but consult a retailer/authorised repairer at the earliest opportunity.

Optimised Roadside Assistance:

The optimised roadside assistance call button is located in the overhead console, on the left-side. See FAHRERBEDIENELEMENTE.

In the event of a breakdown, press and release the button's cover to reveal the button. The button is illuminated by a white/blue LED. Press the button for 2 seconds to make a direct call to the optimised roadside assistance call centre. The button flashes until the optimised roadside assistance call centre answers the call, at which point the LED changes to yellow. The vehicle's details and current location are automatically relayed on to them.

The assistance centre then sends roadside assistance to the vehicle's location. The agent calls back to confirm the Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA). When the light flashes, push the button to answer the call.

After use, push the button's cover back into place.

Emergency Response in case of Accident (ERA GLONASS) Test Procedure:
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Only applicable to Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Armenia.

ERA GLONASS is an emergency response system that in the event of a traffic accident, the terminal will automatically collect data on its exact location, time, and severity, and transmit it with a high-priority alert to an ERA-GLONASS operator. Once verified, this information is passed on to the emergency response services. The vehicle's driver and passengers can also contact an ERA-GLONASS operator manually.

The test procedure determines if the system is working correctly.

Make sure that the following conditions are met before starting the procedure:

  • The Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is applied.

  • The vehicle is stationary for a least 1 minute.

  • The ignition is switched on or the engine is running.

  • An emergency response call is not in progress.

  • Make sure that network reception is good.

Press the assistance call button for at least 3 seconds, but for less than 10 seconds.

After pressing the assistance call button for 3 seconds, also press the emergency call button for at least 3 seconds.

The call button's LEDs flash amber until the test procedure ends. A call is made automatically to determine the current system status. When the system is faulty, SOS System Not Available is displayed in the instrument panel message centre.

When all of the preparation conditions are met, and SOS System Not Available message is displayed, contact a retailer/authorised repairer.

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SOS System Not Available message is also displayed if there is no network reception. Move the vehicle to an area of good reception and retest.

The test procedure ends, after 5 minutes, if the ignition is switched off, or if the vehicle is driven more than 300 m.

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When the test procedure is repeated, make sure there is a time delay of at least 5 minutes before retesting.