Seven-Button Ride Command Display Overview
Model year 2019 and newer vehicles equipped with Ride Command feature seven-button 7-inch displays.
Shown below are the seven buttons: the power button (1), gauge screen button (2), map button (3), device manager button (4), audio button (5), volume decrease button (6) and volume increase button (7).
The Ride Command display automatically turns on when the vehicle is started up.
To switch between the active and quiet logo screens, press and hold the power button for 4 seconds. Note: Audio will remain on when the display is in quiet logo screen.
To perform a hard reboot of your display, press and hold the power button for 5 seconds. If the display gets into a locked-up state, a reboot may correct the issue.
Gauge Screen Button
Press the gauge screen button (shown below) to navigate to the main gauge screen. Pressing the gauge screen button again will toggle through other available gauge screens, such as the camera view, and the DYNAMIX gauge screen (if equipped).
The gauge/home screen displays the following information:
- Battery level
- Engine temperature
- Gear selector
- Drive selection
- Current ride time and distance
On the gauge screen, you will find the following buttons, icons and information:
- Settings (1)
- Drive mode status (2)
- Gear status (3)
- Speedometer (4)
- Battery/engine temperature/turbo (if equipped) (5)
- Tachometer (6)
- Screen select button (7)
- Digital/analog display (8)
- Fuel level (9)
- Ride information (10)
To access the settings menu, do the following:
1. Press the Polaris logo at the top of the display screen.
2. Select screen brightness by moving the touchscreen slider left and right or press the AUTO checkbox to allow the screen to adjust automatically.
3. Select the display screen theme from the available options.
4. Press the notifications tab to view and manage notifications.
5. Press the settings icon to access additional settings options.
The display screen can be set the day or night mode. To change the display, tap the Polaris icon at the top of the display screen.
The vehicle's current gear is displayed in the upper left-hand corner of the screen.
- H: High gear
- L: Low gear
- N: Neutral gear
- R: Reverse
- P: Park
The fuel gauge displays the vehicle's current fuel level. The fuel level will turn red when a low fuel condition occurs.
The vehicle's current drive mode is displayed in the upper left-hand corner
|Two-wheel drive||When the switch is on 2x4, the ATV is in two-wheel drive at all times.|
|All-wheel drive||When in all-wheel drive, the demand drive unit will automatically engage any time the rear wheels lose traction. When the rear wheels regain traction, the demand drive unit will automatically disengage. There is no limit to the length of time the vehicle may remain in 4x4. The vehicle automatically engages 4x4 when operating in reverse if the switch is set to 4x4 position.|
|Turf mode (if equipped)||When operating in turf mode, the inside rear wheel will rotate independently from the outside wheel during turns. Operate in turf mode only as needed to protect smooth, level surfaces from tire damage. Do not operate in turf mode when climbing or descending hills, when sidehilling, or when operating on uneven, loose or slippery terrain such as sand, gravel, ice, snow, obstacles and water crossings. Always operate in AWD on these types of terrain.|
The speedometer displays the vehicle's speed in either miles per hour (mph) or kilometers per hour (km/h). The tachometer displays engine speed in revolutions per minute (RPM).
Press the battery/temperature icon on the touchscreen display to switch between the battery voltage meter and the engine temperature meter.
If your vehicle is equipped with turbo, the turbo icon will appear on the left side of the display screen. The meter will display the proportional amount of boost pressure (intake manifold pressure) relative to the maximum pressure possible.
Press the screen select icon to see a list of available gauge screens. Available screens include: camera views, gauge screens and DYNAMIX (if equipped).
Press the below icon to toggle between the analog and digital display screens.
Press the map screen button shown below to display the map screen. The map will center you based on the location of the GPS. Note: Controls on the map surface disappear after 10 seconds of inactivity. Return with a tap anywhere on the map.
Use the plus and minus signs on the left side of the screen, or pinch the screen with your fingers to zoom in and out on the map.
The compass icon on the right side of the screen toggles between north up and trail up views. It will also re-center your vehicle if it is not already centered.
|Map Orientation||Map Icon|
|North up view locks the map's orientation so that north is always at the top of the screen, regardless of your vehicle's position or direction.|
|Trail up view rotates the map to match the direction of your vehicle.|
Device Manager Screen
Connect a smart phone and headset to listen to audio; make and receive calls and text messages; and access a phone's contact list, favorites and call history.
The Ride Command display is compatible with Android™ and iOS™ phones. For more on the latest operating system compatibility, visit the Off Road Ride Command website.
You can use the Bluetooth® connection to:
- Pair and connect phones, media Bluetooth® devices and Bluetooth® headsets.
- See a list of paired devices with the connection status of each device.
- See the reception and network type of phones.
- Listen to music over a headset.
To connect your iPhone® to the display, do the following:
1. In your iPhone® settings, turn on Bluetooth®. If available, make your phone discoverable to other devices in your phone's Bluetooth® settings. When your phone appears on the display, press the "+" button next to it.
2. A prompt will appear on your phone requesting "Polaris Display" to pair with your phone.
3. Ensure the confirmation code on the screen and your phone are the same and then press "Pair" on your phone.
4. For optimal experience, turn on show notifications and sync contacts from "Polaris Display" within your phone's Bluetooth® settings.
To connect your Android device to the display, do the following:
1. From your smartphone settings, open the Bluetooth® options on your device and ensure that Bluetooth® is turned on. Note: On some phones you have to make the phone visible to other devices. If your phone has this feature, it should show up on the Bluetooth® connection screen of your phone. If no option exists to make your phone visible to the display, it is already visible to the display.
2. Press the add device button and then press "OK" on the display.
3. When your phone appears on the display, press the "+" button next to it to pair with your phone.
4. Ensure the confirmation code on the screen and your phone are the same and then press "OK" on your phone.
5. For optimal experience, press "Accept" on your phone when requested to access contacts and messages.
6. The display will now show a list of previously connected phones on the display. If it is unpaired, click on your phone from the list.
7. Once the display says connected/paired, your phone is now connected to the display via Bluetooth®. After a phone is connected, the device manager screen will appear.
8. When a smartphone is connected to the display by Bluetooth®, users are able to make phone calls from the display through the keypad and view recent calls or their contacts by pressing the phone icon in the device manager screen or through the pull down menu. Note: There is no built-in microphone in the display. Phone call audio will play through the phone speakers or Polaris-approved headset if connected. Some dial options may be unavailable at speeds greater than 3 mph.
The Ride Command display can connect with Polaris-approved Bluetooth® headsets to listen to music, take phone calls and talk with other riders. To connect your Bluetooth® headset to your display, do the following:
1. From the device manager menu, press "Add Device."
2. Turn your Bluetooth® headset on and put it in phone pairing mode.
3. When your Bluetooth® headset appears on the display, press the "+" icon on the display. once your headphones are connected, you will see the headset icon in the upper left-hand corner of the display screen.
4. Users can then return to the device management menu and toggle between whether music plays through the headset or speakers with the icon below the headset name.
Press the audio screen button shown below to display the audio screen.
Use the source button in the top left corner to change between FM, AM, weather, Bluetooth® and USB audio. Note that the USB audio system is only compatible with a USB flash drive or an iPhone® in iPod® mode.
Press the tune up or down icons to change the radio station by small increments or press the scan up or down icon to search for the next quality signal station.
To set favorites, scroll to a radio station and hold an "Empty" favorite icon. Press the arrows on either side of the favorites to view all 18 favorite slots.
The icon bar at the top of the screen displays cell phone-related information, ambient temperature, clock and GPS information. Some of these built-in features are only functional with the addition of Polaris accessories. Your Polaris Dealer can assist.
In most situations, the GPS and mapping features will function best while the vehicle is outdoors in an open space.
On the icon bar, you will find: signal strength (1), if a headset is connected (2), a compass (3), the ambient temperature (4) and the clock (5).
For more information on the seven-button display, consult the User's Guide. To view the User's Guide online, click here.
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