VAUXHALL Corsa Infotainment Manual Model Year 2014.5 Edition

VAUXHALL Corsa Infotainment Manual Model Year 2014.5 Edition
Infotainment Manual Model Year 2014.5 Edition: December 2013 KTA-2708/6-VX-en
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VAUXHALL Corsa
Infotainment Manual
Model Year 2014.5
Edition: December 2013
KTA-2708/6-VX-en
Contents
Touch & Connect ........................... 3
CD 40 USB .................................. 87
CD 30 / CD 30 MP3 ................... 127
Mobile phone portal ................... 155
Touch & Connect
Introduction .................................... 4
Radio ........................................... 18
CD Player .................................... 23
AUX input ..................................... 28
USB port ...................................... 29
Bluetooth music ........................... 32
Navigation .................................... 34
Phone .......................................... 73
Index ............................................ 84
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Introduction
Introduction
General information ....................... 4
Theft-deterrent feature ................... 5
Control elements overview ............ 7
Operation ....................................... 9
General information
The Infotainment system provides
you with state-of-the-art in-car
infotainment.
The radio has six station memories
for the AM waveband and twelve
station memories for the FM
waveband.
The integrated audio player will
entertain you with audio CDs and
MP3/WMA CDs.
You can connect external data
storage devices, e.g. iPod, MP3
player or USB stick or a portable CD
player to the Infotainment system as
further audio sources; either via cable
or via Bluetooth.
The navigation system with dynamic
route planning will reliably guide you
to your destination, and, if desired,
will automatically avoid traffic jams or
other traffic problems.
In addition the Infotainment system is
equipped with a phone portal that
allows for comfortable and safe use of
your mobile phone in the vehicle.
Optionally, the Infotainment system
can be operated using controls on the
steering wheel.
The well-thought-out design of the
control elements, the touch screen
and the clear displays enable you to
control the system easily and
intuitively.
Note
This manual describes all options
and features available for the
various Infotainment systems.
Certain descriptions, including those
for display and menu functions, may
not apply to your vehicle due to
model variant, country
specifications, special equipment or
accessories.
Important information on
operation and traffic safety
9 Warning
The Infotainment system has to be
used so that the vehicle can be
driven safely at all times. If in doubt
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stop your vehicle and operate the
Infotainment system while the
vehicle is stationary.
9 Warning
The usage of the navigation
system does not release the driver
from the responsibility for a
correct, vigilant attitude in road
traffic. The related traffic
regulations must always be
followed.
Only make entries (e.g.
addresses) with the vehicle
stationary.
If a navigation instruction
contradicts traffic regulations, the
traffic regulations always apply.
9 Warning
In some areas one-way streets
and other roads and entrances
(e.g. pedestrian zones) that you
are not allowed to turn into are not
marked on the map. In such areas
the Infotainment system will issue
a warning that must be accepted.
Here you must pay particular
attention to one-way streets, roads
and entrances that you are not
allowed to drive into.
Radio reception
Radio reception may be disrupted by
static, noise, distortion or loss of
reception due to
■ changes in distance from the
transmitter,
■ multi-path reception due to
reflection,
■ shadowing.
Theft-deterrent feature
Usually the Infotainment system is
unlocked and accessible. In case of a
forcible attempt to remove the
Infotainment system, the theftdeterrent feature will be activated and
lock the system. In this situation, a
four digit PIN code must be entered to
unlock the Infotainment system.
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Note
The four digit PIN code is printed on
the Car Pass supplied with the
vehicle documentation.
Unlocking the Infotainment
system
If the power supply to the
Infotainment system is interrupted,
e.g. disconnected vehicle battery, the
system will be locked.
When the power is restored and the
Infotainment system is switched on,
the display will show a message that
indicates that the system is locked.
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Introduction
To unlock the Infotainment system,
enter your four digit PIN code:
Note
Detailed description of menu
operation via touch screen or
multifunction knob 3 9.
1. Select the OK screen button.
A keypad for PIN code input is
displayed.
2. Enter the numbers of your PIN
code.
If required already entered
numbers can be deleted by
selecting the Delete screen
button.
3. After all numbers are entered
select the OK screen button to
confirm your input.
A message with important
information regarding the safe
use of the Infotainment system is
displayed for a few seconds.
The Infotainment system is
unlocked and ready for use again.
Note
If the entered PIN code was
incorrect a corresponding message
is displayed. The Infotainment
system is still locked. You have two
remaining tries to enter the correct
PIN code.
If the PIN code was incorrectly
entered three times, the
Infotainment system will lock for one
hour. You have to wait one hour, with
the Infotainment system switched
on, before you can try again to enter
the correct PIN code.
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Control elements overview
Touch & Connect
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Introduction
l ......................................... 19
Radio: scroll down in
station memory ..................... 19
2
CD/MP3: short press: skip
track backwards; long
press: fast rewind .................. 24
W ........................................... 9
Day / Night / Auto mode:
press: toggle between
modes ..................................... 9
3
Brightness: press: activate
setting; turn multifunction
knob: adjust setting ................. 9
m ......................................... 19
Radio: scroll up in station
memory ................................. 19
4
5
CD/MP3: short press: skip
track forwards; long press:
fast forward ........................... 24
CD slot .................................. 24
MAP ...................................... 35
Display map .......................... 35
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R .......................................... 24
13 I .......................................... 77
7
CD ejection ........................... 24
NAV ....................................... 35
Phone menu ......................... 77
14 m knob .................................... 9
8
Navigation menu ................... 35
TRAF ..................................... 63
Press: switch on/off
Infotainment system ................ 9
9
Traffic info menu ................... 63
SETUP .................................... 9
Turn: adjust volume ................ 9
15 MEDIA ..................................... 9
Setup menu ............................. 9
10 Multifunction knob ................... 9
Change audio source
(radio, CD, AUX etc.) .............. 9
16 FM-AM .................................. 18
Turn: mark screen buttons
or menu items; set
numeric values ....................... 9
Press: select/activate the
marked screen button or
menu item; confirm set
value; switch to different
setting option ........................... 9
11 / ............................................ 9
Menu: one level back .............. 9
12 Radio station buttons 1...6 ... 19
Long press: save station ....... 19
Short press: select station .... 19
Activate radio or change
waveband .............................. 18
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Steering wheel audio controls
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p button .............................. 77
Phone connected, no call
active: 1st press: open
phone menu; 2nd press:
redial (if redial number
available) ............................... 77
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1
2
Thumbwheel: manual time
setting (see vehicle
owner's manual) ...................... 7
q button ................................. 9
Short press: accept
incoming call; long press:
reject incoming call ............... 77
d button ................................. 19
Radio: scroll up in station
memory ................................. 19
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CD/MP3: skip track
forwards ................................ 24
c button ................................. 19
Radio: scroll down in
station memory ..................... 19
Change audio source
(radio, CD, AUX etc.) .............. 9
6
CD/MP3: skip track
backwards ............................. 24
o thumbwheel ................... 9
Turn: adjust volume ................ 9
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Operation
Control elements
The Infotainment system is operated
via function buttons, multifunctional
knobs, a touch screen and menus
that are shown on the display.
Inputs are made optionally via:
■ the central control unit in the
instrument panel 3 7
■ controls on the steering wheel 3 7
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off
Press the X knob briefly. After
switching on the last selected
Infotainment source is active.
Automatic switch-off
If the Infotainment system has been
switched on using the X knob when
the ignition was switched off, it will
switch off again automatically 1 hour
after the last user input.
Setting the volume
Turn the X knob. The current setting
is shown on the display.
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Introduction
When the Infotainment system is
switched on, the last selected volume
is set.
If the volume is muted (set to zero),
the \ symbol is shown in the top line
of all main menus.
Speed compensated volume
When speed compensated volume is
activated, see "Volume settings"
below, the volume is adapted
automatically to make up for the road
and wind noise as you drive.
Adjusting the volume of traffic
announcements (TA)
The volume of traffic announcements
can be adjusted during an
announcement using the X knob.
When the announcement is finished
or cancelled the volume is
automatically reset to the original
setting.
Further details on the TA function
3 18 and 3 20.
Adjusting the volume of voice
commands (navigation)
The volume of voice commands can
be adjusted while a command is
announced using the X knob, or via
the navigation setup menu, see
"Volume settings" below.
The adjusted setting is stored by the
Infotainment system, and will be
automatically used for all future voice
command announcements, until the
setting is changed again.
Adjusting the volume of AUX input
sources
The relative volume level of external
audio sources, e.g. a portable CD
player, can be adjusted via the audio
setup menu, see "Volume settings"
below.
Adjusting the volume of phone audio
The volume of phone audio can be
adjusted during a phone call using the
X knob.
The adjusted setting is stored by the
Infotainment system and will be
automatically used for all future
phone calls until the setting is
changed again.
Note
When the volume of phone audio is
changed the volume of the ring tone
is changed simultaneously.
Modes of operation
Radio
Press the FM-AM button to open the
AM, FM1 or FM2 menus or to change
between these menus.
Detailed description of the radio
functions 3 18.
Audio players
Press the MEDIA button to open the
CD, CD MP3, iPod, USB, AUX or
BLUETOOTH AUDIO menus (if
available) or to change between
these menus.
Detailed description of:
■ CD player functions 3 24
■ AUX input functions 3 28
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■ USB port functions 3 29
■ Bluetooth music functions 3 32
Navigation
Press the NAV button to open the
NAVIGATION menu.
Press the MAP button to display a
roadmap that shows the vehicle's
current position.
Detailed description of the navigation
functions 3 34.
Phone
Press the I button to open the
PHONE menu.
Detailed description of the phone
portal functions 3 73.
Controls for menu operation
Touch screen
The display of the Infotainment
system has a touch-sensitive surface
that allows for direct interaction with
the displayed menu controls.
You can, for example, activate an onscreen button by tapping on it with a
finger or change the position of an onscreen slider element by moving it
with a finger.
Caution
Do not use pointed or hard items
like ball pens, pencils or similar for
touch screen operation.
Multifunction knob
In case the touch screen is not used
for menu operation the multifunction
knob is the central control element for
the menus.
Turn:
■ to select a screen button or menu
item
■ to change a setting value
Press:
■ to activate a selected screen button
or menu item
■ to confirm a changed setting value
■ to switch to a different setting option
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/ (back) button
Press the / button to return from a
submenu to the next higher menu
level.
If a main menu is currently active,
e.g. the FM1 or CD menu, pressing
the / button displays the map with
the vehicle's current position.
Examples of menu operation
Selecting and activating a screen
button or menu item
With touch screen:
Tap on a screen button or menu item.
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Introduction
The corresponding system function is
activated, or a message is displayed,
or a submenu with further options is
displayed.
With multifunction knob:
1. Turn the multifunction knob
clockwise or anti-clockwise to
select a screen button or menu
item.
The currently selected screen
button or menu item is
highlighted.
2. Press the multifunction knob to
activate the selected screen
button or menu item.
The corresponding system
function is activated or a message
is displayed or a submenu with
further options is displayed.
Note
In the audio and phone main menus,
see example below, the screen
buttons at the bottom of the menus
can only be selected/activated via
the touch screen not via the
multifunction knob.
Messages
Example FM radio menu: buttons TA,
FM List and Tune can only be
selected/activated via the touch
screen.
Note
In subsequent chapters the
operating steps for selecting and
activating a screen button or menu
item via touch screen or
multifunction knob will simply be
described as "...select the...screen
button..." or "...select the...menu
item...".
Before a system function will be
executed you are often prompted via
a message, if that system function
should actually be executed, or how
that system function should be
executed.
The selection and activation of a
screen button in a message function
the same as described for screen
buttons in a menu.
Press the / button, if you want to
suppress such a message without
triggering any system function.
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Scrolling through a long list of menu
items
With multifunction knob:
Turn the multifunction knob clockwise
or anti-clockwise to scroll through the
list of menu items.
Adjusting a setting
The different setting types available in
the various settings menus are shown
and described below.
Example: Audio settings
If more menu items are available than
presentable on the screen, a scroll
bar is displayed.
With touch screen:
■ Tap on the ∧ or ∨ screen button of
the scroll bar,
or
■ move the slider of the scroll bar with
your finger up or down
to scroll through the list of menu
items.
With touch screen:
Tap on one of the screen buttons, e.g.
- or +, beside a setting to adjust this
setting.
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With multifunction knob:
1. Turn the multifunction knob
clockwise or anti-clockwise to
select a menu item.
2. Press the multifunction knob to
activate the selected menu item.
The label of the menu item is
highlighted in red.
3. Turn the multifunction knob
clockwise or anti-clockwise to
adjust the setting.
4. Press the multifunction knob to
confirm the adjusted setting.
The label of the menu item is no
longer highlighted in red.
Note
In subsequent chapters the
operating steps for adjusting a
setting via touch screen or
multifunction knob will simply be
described as "...adjust
the...setting...".
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Introduction
Example: Avoid road settings
Example: Display settings
Note
In subsequent chapters the
operating steps for switching to
another setting option via touch
screen or multifunction knob will
simply be described as
"...set...to...'option name'...".
Example: System settings
With touch screen:
Tap on the - or + screen button beside
a setting to adjust this setting.
With multifunction knob:
Same operating steps as described in
"Example: Audio settings".
With touch screen:
Tap on a menu item to switch to
another setting option.
Note
The dots below a setting indicate
how many options are available for
that setting.
With multifunction knob:
1. Turn the multifunction knob
clockwise or anti-clockwise to
select a menu item.
2. Press the multifunction knob to
switch to another setting option.
With touch screen:
Tap on a menu item, e.g. Touch
Click, to switch the setting to On or
Off.
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With multifunction knob:
1. Turn the multifunction knob
clockwise or anti-clockwise to
select a menu item.
2. Press the multifunction knob to
switch the setting to On or Off.
Note
In subsequent chapters the
operating steps for switching a
setting to On or Off via touch screen
or multifunction knob will simply be
described as "...set...to...On..." or
"...set...to...Off...".
Tone settings
To open the AUDIO SETUP menu:
■ Press the SETUP button and then
select the Audio screen button,
or
■ if an audio main menu is currently
active, e.g. the FM1 or CD menu,
press the multifunction knob.
Note
The Audio screen button in the
SETUP menu is not selectable,
when the volume is set to zero.
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Fader
Use this setting to adjust the volume
distribution between the front and
rear speakers in the vehicle.
Volume settings
Adjusting speed compensated
volume
Bass
Use this setting to enhance or
attenuate the deep frequencies of the
audio sources.
Treble
Use this setting to enhance or
attenuate the high frequencies of the
audio sources.
Balance
Use this setting to adjust the volume
distribution between the left and right
speakers in the vehicle.
To open the AUDIO SETUP menu:
■ Press the SETUP button and then
select the Audio screen button,
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or
■ if an audio main menu is currently
active, e.g. the FM1 or CD menu,
press the multifunction knob.
Adjusting the volume of voice
commands (navigation)
System settings
Note
The Audio screen button in the
SETUP menu is not selectable,
when the volume is set to zero.
To adjust the degree of volume
adaptation: set Speed vol. to a value
between 0 and 5.
0: no enhancement of volume with
increasing vehicle speed.
5: maximum enhancement of volume
with increasing vehicle speed.
Adjusting the volume of AUX input
sources
(see image of AUDIO SETUP menu
above)
To adjust the relative volume level for
external audio sources, e.g. a CD
player: set AUX Level to Quiet,
Medium or Loud.
To open the NAVIGATION SETUP
menu: press the SETUP button and
then select the Navigation screen
button.
If Voice Guidance is set to Off, set it
to On.
Set Voice Vol. to the desired volume
level. After each change an audible
feedback is given.
Various settings and adaptions for the
Infotainment system can be
performed via the SYSTEM SETUP
menu.
To open this menu: press the
SETUP button and then select the
System screen button.
Adjusting the display
To open the DISPLAY SETUP menu:
select the Display menu item.
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Scroll direction
To adjust the scroll direction for menu
item selection via the multifunction
knob: set Scroll Direction to [ or ].
Brightness
To adjust the brightness of the
display: set Brightness to Very Bright,
Bright, Medium, Dark, or Very Dark.
Adjusting the language
The menu texts on the Infotainment
system's display can be displayed in
various languages.
When changing the language of the
menu texts, the language of the voice
commands will be changed likewise.
To open the LANGUAGE menu:
select the Language menu item.
Display mode
To adjust the display to the current
external lighting conditions: set
Display Mode to Day, Night, or
Automatic.
When Automatic is selected, the
display mode is automatically
changed depending on the external
lighting conditions.
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Activating or deactivating touch clicks
If the menu item Touch Click in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu is set to On,
each tap on a screen button or menu
item is indicated by a clicking sound.
Activating or deactivating system
sounds
If the menu item System sounds in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu is set to On,
the following user or system actions
are indicated by a beep:
■ Radio: storing a station via one of
the station buttons 1...6.
■ CD player: activating fast forward or
rewind.
■ Navigation: enabling or disabling
voice guidance via the Voice
screen button on the map display.
Resetting to factory settings
To reset all system settings and
memory to the factory defaults: select
the Factory settings menu item in the
SYSTEM SETUP menu and confirm
the subsequent message.
Select the desired language for the
menu texts.
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Radio
Radio
Usage .......................................... 18
Station search .............................. 19
Radio data system (RDS) ............ 20
Usage
Note
Within the radio menus you can only
use the touch screen to select/
activate the screen buttons at the
bottom of the menus.
Activating the radio
Press the FM-AM button to open the
radio main menu.
The station last played will be
received.
If the currently played station is an
RDS station 3 20, the station name
and programme related information
are displayed.
Selecting the waveband
Press the FM-AM button once or
several times to select the desired
waveband.
The station last played in that
waveband will be received.
If the waveband is changed from
FM1 to FM2 or vice versa, the
currently received station will remain
active.
If the currently received station is
stored on one of the station buttons
1...6, the corresponding button
number, e.g. P3, is displayed beside
the waveband name in the top line of
the menu.
Note
There are two FM waveband menus
available to enable you to store 12
FM stations on the station buttons
1...6.
Radio
Manual station tuning
Enabling or disabling traffic
announcements (TA)
Using the multifunction knob
While a radio main menu is active:
turn the multifunction knob clockwise
or anti-clockwise to change the
receiving frequency.
Select the TA screen button to enable
or disable the reception of traffic
announcements.
Further details on the TA function
3 20.
Station search
Automatic station search
Briefly press the l or m button. A
search is made for the next station
that can be received and it is played
automatically.
If no other receivable station is found,
the last station played will be received
again.
Using the frequency display
Select the Tune screen button. A
frequency scale is displayed.
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Press the l or m button (on the
instrument panel) and keep it
pressed. Release the button when
the required frequency has almost
been reached on the scale.
A search is made for the next station
that can be received and it is played
automatically.
If no other receivable station is found,
the last station played will be received
again.
Using the frequency display
Select the Tune screen button. A
frequency scale is displayed.
Available options to adjust the
required frequency:
■ Tap on the frequency scale.
■ Briefly press the k or l screen
button.
■ Press and hold the k or l screen
button.
■ Turn the multifunction knob
clockwise or anti-clockwise.
FM station list
In the FM station list all receivable FM
radio stations in the current reception
area are provided for selection.
Select the FM List screen button to
display the list.
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Radio
This ensures that, e.g., the station
list always contains the FM stations
that can be received in the local area
during a long motorway journey.
As the automatic updating takes a
certain amount of time, not all
stations that can be received may be
available at once in the station list at
a sudden change in reception area.
Station buttons 1...6
The list entry of the currently played
FM station is highlighted in red.
If a station is stored on one of the
station buttons 1...6, the
corresponding waveband name and
the button number are displayed in
the list, e.g. FM1-P3.
Select the list entry of the FM station
to be played.
Note
The dual tuner of the Infotainment
system continuously updates the FM
station list in the background.
Note
If no beep can be heard when storing
a station, system sounds are
deactivated. Activation of system
sounds 3 9.
Retrieving a station
Select the desired waveband and
then briefly press a station button to
retrieve the corresponding radio
station.
In each waveband (AM, FM1 and
FM2) six radio stations can be stored
on the station buttons 1...6.
Radio data system (RDS)
Storing a station
1. Select the desired waveband.
2. Tune to the desired station or
select it from the FM station list.
3. Press and hold one of the station
buttons until you hear a beep.
The corresponding button
number, e.g. P3, is displayed
beside the waveband name in the
top line of the menu.
The currently received radio station is
stored and can be retrieved via the
station button in future.
RDS Regional mode
The RDS is a system through which
encoded digital information is
transmitted in addition to the normal
FM radio broadcasts. The RDS
provides information services such as
station name, traffic information and
radio text.
At certain times some RDS stations
broadcast regionally different
programmes on different frequencies.
The Infotainment system always
tunes into the best receivable
frequency of the currently played
RDS station.
Radio
If RDS Regional mode is activated,
only frequencies of the currently
received RDS station with the same
regional programme are considered.
If RDS Regional mode is deactivated,
also frequencies of the currently
received RDS station with different
regional programmes are considered.
Activating or deactivating
RDS Regional mode
Press the SETUP button and then
select the Radio settings screen
button.
The RADIO SETUP menu is
displayed.
Set RDS Regional to On or Off.
Traffic announcements (TA)
The TA function is available in any
mode of operation (e.g. FM radio, CD
or navigation mode) except in the AM
radio mode.
If the TA function is enabled and the
Infotainment system receives a traffic
announcement from an RDS station,
the currently active audio source will
be interrupted.
A message is displayed and a verbal
announcement transmitted.
During the verbal announcement the
volume can be changed by turning
the m knob.
The traffic announcement can be
cancelled by selecting the Cancel
screen button.
When the traffic announcement is
finished or cancelled, the volume is
automatically reset to the original
setting.
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Note
When a mode of operation other
than the radio mode is selected
(e.g. CD or navigation mode) the
radio stays active in the background.
If the radio station last selected does
not broadcast traffic
announcements, the Infotainment
system automatically tunes to a
radio station that broadcasts traffic
announcements (even if the AM
waveband was previously selected).
This ensures that important region
related traffic announcements can
be received at any time,
independent of the selected mode of
operation.
Enabling or disabling traffic
announcements
Select the TA screen button to enable
or disable the reception of traffic
announcements.
When the reception of traffic
announcements is enabled, TA is
displayed in the top line of all main
menus. If traffic announcements can
not be received, TA is crossed out.
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Radio
Note
The TA screen button is available in
all audio main menus (e.g. FM1 or
CD menu) and in the TRAFFIC
INFO menu.
In the TRAFFIC INFO menu the TA
screen button is not selectable, if the
volume is set to zero.
Listening to traffic announcements
only
Enable traffic announcements and
completely turn down the volume of
the Infotainment system.
CD Player
CD Player
General information ..................... 23
Usage .......................................... 24
General information
The Infotainment system's CD player
can replay audio CDs and MP3/WMA
CDs.
Caution
Under no circumstances place
DVDs, single-CDs with a diameter
of 8 cm or shaped CDs in the audio
player.
You must not put any stickers on
CDs. These discs can get jammed
in the CD drive and ruin the drive.
An expensive replacement of the
device will then be necessary.
Important information about
audio CDs and MP3/WMA CDs
■ The following CD formats can be
used:
CD, CD-R and CD-RW.
■ The following file formats can be
used:
ISO9660 Level 1, Level 2, (Romeo,
Joliet).
■
■
■
■
■
■
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MP3 and WMA files written in any
format other than listed above may
not play correctly, and their file
names and folder names may not
be displayed correctly.
Audio CDs with copy protection,
which are not in compliance with
the audio CD standard, may not
play correctly or not at all.
Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
are more vulnerable to mishandling
than prerecorded CDs. Correct
handling, especially in the case of
self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs,
must be ensured; see below.
Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
may not play correctly or not at all.
On mixed mode CDs (combinations
of audio and data, e.g. MP3), only
the audio tracks will be detected
and played.
Avoid leaving fingerprints when you
change CDs.
Put CDs back in their sleeves
immediately after removing them
from the audio player in order to
protect them from damage and dirt.
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CD Player
■ Dirt and liquids on CDs can smear
the lens of the audio player inside
the device and cause faults.
■ Protect CDs from heat and direct
sunlight.
■ The following restrictions apply for
the data stored on an MP3/WMA
CD:
Maximum folder/playlist number:
200.
Maximum file/song number: 800.
At least 8 folders in depth hierarchy
are supported.
WMA files with Digital Rights
Management (DRM) from online
music shops cannot be played.
WMA files can only be played back
safely if they were created with
Windows Media Player version 9 or
later.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls, .wpl.
Playlist entries must be in the form
of relative paths.
■ This chapter deals only with playing
MP3 files since the operation for
MP3 and WMA files is identical.
When a CD with WMA files is
loaded MP3 related menus are
displayed.
Usage
Note
Within the CD player menus you can
only use the touch screen to select/
activate the screen buttons at the
bottom of the menus.
Starting CD replay
Push an audio or MP3 CD with the
labelled side upward into the CD slot
until it is pulled in.
CD replay starts automatically and
the CD or CD MP3 menu is displayed.
If the inserted CD was already played
before in the CD player, CD replay
starts with the track last played.
If there is already a CD in the unit, but
the required CD menu is not active:
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times to open the audio CD or
CD MP3 menu and start CD replay.
CD replay starts with the track that
was last played.
Depending on the data stored on the
audio CD or MP3 CD differing
information about the CD and the
current music track will be shown on
the display.
CD Player
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If the normal CD replay mode is active
(no mix or repeat mode activated, see
below): replay starts with the first
track on the CD again, after all tracks
on the CD have been played.
Note
Folders and playlists stored on an
MP3 CD are treated equally by the
CD player.
The descriptions below regarding
folders on an MP3 CD also apply to
playlists.
Pausing CD replay
To pause replay of the inserted CD:
turn the volume to zero.
To restart CD replay: turn the volume
on again.
Selecting a track
During audio CD replay
Select the Browse screen button to
display a list of all tracks on the CD.
The list entry of the currently played
track is highlighted in red.
Select the desired track.
During CD MP3 replay
Select the Browse screen button to
display a list of all tracks in the
currently selected folder.
The list entry of the currently played
track is highlighted in red.
To select another folder (if available):
select the Folder Up list item (first
entry in list) or select the / button. A
list of all folders on the CD is
displayed. Select the desired folder.
Select the desired track in the folder.
Skipping to the next track or
previous track
Briefly press the l or m button
once or several times.
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CD Player
Fast forward or rewind
Press the l or m button and hold
it down to fast forward or rewind the
current track.
Note
The activation of the fast forward or
rewind function is indicated by a
beep, if system sounds are activated
3 9.
Mix mode (shuffle)
During audio CD replay
If the mix mode is activated, all tracks
on an audio CD are played in random
order.
Select the Mix screen button to
activate or deactivate the mix mode.
If the mix mode is activated, Mix is
shown on the display.
During MP3 CD replay
If an MP3 CD is inserted, all tracks in
the currently selected folder or all
tracks on the CD can be played in
random order.
Select the Mix screen button once or
several times to activate the Mix
folder or Mix all mode, or to deactivate
the mix mode.
Dependent on the activated mode
Mix folder or Mix all is shown on the
display.
Repeat mode
During audio CD replay
If the repeat mode is activated, the
current track will be repeatedly played
until the repeat mode is deactivated
again.
Select the Repeat screen button to
activate or deactivate the repeat
mode.
If the repeat mode is activated,
Repeat track is shown on the display.
CD Player
During MP3 CD replay
If an MP3 CD is inserted, the current
track or all tracks in the currently
selected folder can be repeatedly
played until the repeat mode is
deactivated again.
Select the Repeat screen button once
or several times to activate the
Repeat track or the Repeat folder
mode or to deactivate the repeat
mode.
Dependent on the activated mode
Repeat track or Repeat folder is
shown on the display.
Enabling or disabling traffic
announcements (TA)
Select the TA screen button to enable
or disable the reception of traffic
announcements.
Further details on the TA function
3 20.
Removing a CD
Press the R button.
The CD is pushed out of the CD slot.
If the CD is not removed after
ejection, it will be drawn back in again
automatically after a few seconds.
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AUX input
AUX input
General information
Usage
In the centre console in front of the
gearshift lever there is an AUX socket
for the connection of external audio
sources.
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times to activate the AUX
mode.
The audio signal of the connected
audio source is now transmitted via
the speakers of the Infotainment
system.
The volume can be adjusted via the
m knob and via the o thumbwheel
on the steering wheel.
To adapt the volume setting to the
requirements of the connected audio
source: 3 9.
General information ..................... 28
Usage .......................................... 28
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
It is possible, for example, to connect
a portable CD player with a 3.5 mm
jack plug to the AUX input.
USB port
USB port
General information
General information ..................... 29
Playing saved audio files ............. 30
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When connected to the USB port,
various functions of the devices
mentioned above can be operated via
the controls and menus of the
Infotainment system.
Note
Not all MP3 player, USB drive, SD
card or iPod models are supported
by the Infotainment system.
Important information
In the centre console in front of the
gearshift lever there is an USB socket
for the connection of external audio
data sources.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
An MP3 player, USB drive, SD card
(via USB connector/adapter), or iPod
can be connected to the USB port.
■ The external devices connected to
the USB port must comply with the
USB Mass Storage Class
specification (USB MSC).
■ Devices connected via USB are
supported according to USB
Specification V 2.0. Maximum
supported speed: 12 Mbit/s.
■ Only devices with a FAT16/FAT32
file system are supported.
■ Hard disk drives (HDD) are not
supported.
■ USB hubs are not supported.
■ The following file formats can be
used:
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USB port
ISO9660 Level 1, Level 2, (Romeo,
Joliet).
MP3 and WMA files written in any
format other than listed above may
not play correctly, and their file
names and folder names may not
be displayed correctly.
■ The following restrictions apply for
the data stored on external devices
connected to the USB port:
Maximum folder/playlist number:
5000.
Maximum file/song number: 15000.
Maximum file/song number per
folder/playlist: 6000.
Maximum folders in depth
hierarchy: at least 8.
WMA files with Digital Rights
Management (DRM) from online
music shops cannot be played.
WMA files can only be played back
safely, if they were created with
Windows Media Player version 9 or
later.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls, .wpl.
Playlist entries must be in the form
of relative paths.
The system attribute for folders/
files that contain audio data must
not be set.
The operation of audio data sources
connected via USB is the same as
described for an audio MP3/WMA CD
3 24.
iPod
Playing saved audio files
MP3 player, USB drive, SD card
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times to activate the audio
USB mode.
Replay of the audio data stored on the
USB device is started.
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times to activate the iPod
mode.
Replay of the audio data stored on the
iPod is started.
The operation of the iPod connected
via USB is mainly the same as
described for an audio MP3/WMA CD
3 24.
USB port
Below only the aspects of operation
that are different/additional are
described.
Music browser
Depending on the model/version of
the connected iPod and the data
stored, there are various options for
the selection and playing of tracks.
Select the Browse screen button to
display a menu with the available
options for music browsing.
Select the desired option for music
browsing.
The following operating steps are
mainly the same as described for
track selection in folders on an MP3/
WMA CD 3 24.
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Bluetooth music
Bluetooth music
General information ..................... 32
Operation ..................................... 32
General information
Bluetooth enabled audio sources
(e.g. music mobile phones, MP3
players featuring Bluetooth, etc.),
which support Bluetooth music
protocol A2DP, can be connected
wirelessly to the Infotainment system.
Important information
■ The Infotainment system only
connects to Bluetooth devices that
support A2DP (Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile) version 1.2 or
higher.
■ The Bluetooth device must support
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote
Control Profile) version 1.0 or
higher. If the device does not
support AVRCP only the volume
can be controlled via the
Infotainment system.
■ Before connecting the Bluetooth
device to the Infotainment system,
become acquainted with its user
guide for Bluetooth functions.
Operation
Prerequisites
The following prerequisites must be
met in order to use the Bluetooth
music mode of the Infotainment
system:
■ The Bluetooth function of the
Infotainment system must be
activated 3 74.
■ The Bluetooth function of the
external Bluetooth audio source
must be activated (see user guide
of the device).
■ Depending on the external
Bluetooth audio source, it may be
required to set that device to
"visible" (see user guide of the
device).
■ The external Bluetooth audio
source must be paired and
connected to the Infotainment
system 3 74.
Bluetooth music
Activating the Bluetooth music
mode
Skipping to next or previous track
Briefly press the t or v button (on
the instrument panel).
Pause/Stop replay
Select the z screen button.
To restart replay: press the l screen
button again.
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times to activate the
Bluetooth music mode.
The most important functions of the
external audio source can now be
operated via the Infotainment system.
Operation via Infotainment
system
Starting replay of tracks
Select the l screen button.
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Navigation
Navigation
General information ..................... 34
Usage .......................................... 35
Destination input .......................... 46
Guidance ..................................... 63
Dynamic guidance ....................... 68
Maps ............................................ 69
Symbols overview ........................ 71
General information
The navigation system will reliably
guide you to your destination without
the need to read maps, even if you
have no local knowledge whatsoever.
The current traffic situation is taken
into account in the route calculation,
if dynamic route guidance is used. For
this purpose the Infotainment system
receives traffic announcements in the
current reception area via RDS-TMC.
The navigation system cannot,
however, take into account traffic
incidents, traffic regulations changed
at short notice and hazards or
problems that arise suddenly (e.g.
road works).
Caution
The usage of the navigation
system does not release the driver
from the responsibility for a
correct, vigilant attitude in road
traffic. The relevant traffic
regulations must always be
followed. If a navigation instruction
contradicts traffic regulations, the
traffic regulations always apply.
Functioning of the navigation
system
The position and movement of the
vehicle are detected by the navigation
system using sensors. The travelled
distance is determined by the
vehicle’s speedometer signal, turning
movements on bends by a gyro
sensor. The position is determined by
the GPS satellites (Global Positioning
System).
By comparing the sensor signals with
the digital maps on the map SD card,
it is possible to determine the position
with an accuracy of approx. 10 m.
The system will also work with poor
GPS reception, however, the
accuracy of the determination of the
position will be reduced.
After the entry of the destination
address or point of interest (nearest
petrol station, hotel, etc.) the route is
calculated from the current location to
the destination selected.
Navigation
The route guidance is provided by
voice commands and a direction
arrow, as well as with the aid of a
multi-colour map display.
TMC traffic information system
and dynamic route guidance
The TMC traffic information system
receives all current traffic information
from TMC radio stations. If dynamic
route guidance is active, this
information is included in the
calculation of the overall route. During
this process, the route is planned so
that traffic problems related to preselected criteria are avoided.
If there is a traffic problem during
active route guidance, depending on
the pre-settings, a message appears
as to whether the route should be
changed.
TMC traffic information is displayed
on the map display as symbols or as
detailed text in the TRAFFIC
MESSAGES menu.
To be able to use TMC traffic
information, the system has to receive
TMC stations in the relevant region.
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Dynamic route guidance only works if
traffic information is received via the
TMC traffic information system.
The dynamic route guidance function
can be deactivated, see chapter
"Guidance" 3 63.
Map data
All required map data is stored on an
SD card provided with the
Infotainment system.
Detailed descriptions on map SD card
handling and replacement, see
chapter "Maps" 3 69
Usage
Control elements and menus
The most important control elements
and menus for the navigation system
are as follows:
MAP button and map display
Press the MAP button to show the
map of the current location and the
route to follow (if route guidance is
active).
Detailed description on the
information shown on the map
display, see "Information on the map
display" below.
NAV button and NAVIGATION menu
Press the NAV button to open the
NAVIGATION menu.
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Navigation
The NAVIGATION menu provides
access to all system functions for
destination input 3 46 and route
guidance 3 63.
TRAF button and
TRAFFIC MESSAGES menu
Press the TRAF button to open the
TRAFFIC MESSAGES menu.
The TRAFFIC MESSAGES menu
shows all traffic events on the current
route (if route guidance is active),
and/or all traffic events in the vicinity
of the current vehicle position, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
SETUP button and
NAVIGATION SETUP menu
Press the SETUP button to open the
SETUP menu. In that menu, select
the menu item Navigation to open the
NAVIGATION SETUP menu.
The NAVIGATION SETUP menu
provides various settings for
adjustment of the navigation system.
Detailed description on all settings
available, see "Setting up the
navigation system" below.
Information on the map display
To display the map of the current
location: press the MAP button.
Navigation
Route guidance not active
If route guidance is not active, the
following information is displayed:
■ In the top line: information on the
currently active audio source and
the current time.
■ Map display of the area around the
current position.
The map can be displayed in
different views: tap on the Menu
screen button, and then select the
Map Setup menu item to open the
MAP SETUP menu, see "Setting up
the map display" below.
■ Current position indicated by a red
triangle.
■ Street name of current position.
■ Points of interest (POI), e.g. petrol
stations, parking areas or
restaurants, indicated by
corresponding symbols.
The display of POIs can be
switched on/off, see "Setting up the
navigation system" below.
■ A compass indicating the north
direction.
■ The currently selected map scale
(to change scale: turn multifunction
knob).
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Route guidance active
If route guidance is active, the
following information is displayed:
■ In the top line: information on the
currently active audio source and
the current time.
■ Voice screen button: tap on this
button to repeat the last announced
voice command.
Touch the Voice screen button for
a few seconds to enable or disable
voice guidance.
If voice guidance is enabled, the
button label is shown in white,
otherwise in black.
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Navigation
Note
The activation/deactivation of voice
guidance is indicated by a beep, if
system sounds are activated 3 9.
■ Map display of the area around the
current position.
The map can be displayed in
different views: tap on the Menu
screen button and then select the
Map Setup menu item to open the
MAP SETUP menu, see "Setting up
the map display" below.
■ Current position indicated by a red
triangle.
■ Route indicated by a blue line.
■ Final destination indicated by a
black chequered flag.
■ Waypoint (intermediate
destination) indicated by a red
chequered flag.
■ Points of interest (POI), e.g. petrol
stations, parking areas, or
restaurants, indicated by
corresponding symbols, see
chapter "Symbol overview" 3 71.
■
■
■
■
■
The display of POIs can be
switched on/off, see "Setting up the
map display" below.
Traffic incidents, e.g. traffic jams,
indicated by corresponding
symbols, see chapter "Symbol
overview" 3 71.
Traffic incidents are only indicated
on the map display, if dynamic
route guidance is activated, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
At the bottom of the map: street
name of the current position.
At the top of the map: name of the
street to follow after the next
intersection.
Direction arrow and distance to the
next manoeuvre.
Changing the distance unit, see
"Setting up the navigation system"
below.
Estimated arrival time or remaining
travel time.
To toggle between arrival time and
remaining travel time: tap on the
displayed time.
■ Remaining distance to the final
destination.
Changing the distance unit, see
"Setting up the navigation system"
below.
■ A compass symbol indicating the
north direction.
If the two-dimensional map view
mode is active (see "Setting up the
map display" below): tap on the
compass symbol to toggle the map
view between the "north
orientation" and the "driving
direction orientation" mode.
■ The currently selected map scale
(to change scale: turn multifunction
knob).
If the auto zoom mode is active (see
"Setting up the map display"
below): the map scale will be
adjusted (zoom in/out)
automatically by the navigation
system to ensure reliable route
guidance.
Navigation
Moving the visible map section
The visible map section on the map
display can be moved freely in all
directions.
Activating the move mode
Tap on the map. The SCROLL MAP
menu is displayed.
Note
When the move mode is activated,
you can set the GPS coordinates for
new destinations by tapping on the
map. Detailed description 3 46.
Moving the visible map section
Move your finger on the screen in the
desired direction.
Returning to the original map view
To display the map of the current
location again, and to reactivate the
original map view mode (if required):
press the MAP button or the /
button.
Map options
To open the MAP OPTIONS menu:
press the MAP button and then tap on
the Menu screen button.
The map view mode is automatically
switched to the two-dimensional/
north-up mode (see "Setting up the
navigation system" below), if that
mode is not already active.
Menu elements that are not required
while the move mode is active are
temporarily hidden.
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The following options are available:
■ Store Current Position: the
address/GPS coordinates of the
current position can be stored in the
address book using an arbitrary
name.
Select the menu item to display a
menu with keypad for name input.
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Navigation
Enter the desired name for the
current position.
To display a keypad for the input of
numbers and special characters:
select the More screen button.
To delete already entered
characters: select the Delete
screen button.
Select the OK screen button to
store the address/GPS coordinates
of the current position using the
entered name.
The entered name can now be
found as an entry in the address
book 3 46.
■ Show Position Information:
displays the address/GPS
coordinates of the current position.
To store the displayed address/
GPS coordinates in the address
book: select the Save screen
button.
■ Show Destination Information:
displays the address/GPS
coordinates of the next waypoint
(intermediate destination, if
available) on the route, and/or the
address/GPS coordinates of the
final destination.
If the address/GPS coordinates of
the next waypoint are displayed:
select the Dest. screen button to
display the address/GPS
coordinates of the final destination.
If the address/GPS coordinates of
the final destination are displayed:
select the Waypt. screen button to
display the address/GPS
coordinates of the next waypoint (if
available).
To store the displayed address/
GPS coordinates in the address
book: select the Save screen
button.
■ Map Setup: displays the MAP
SETUP menu, see below.
Setting up the map display
To open the MAP SETUP menu:
press the MAP button, tap on the
Menu screen button, and then select
the Map Setup menu item.
The following settings/options are
available:
■ Map View: toggles between the
two-dimensional "flat" (2D) map
view and the three-dimensional
"perspective" (3D) map view.
Navigation
In the 2D map view, you can toggle
between the "north orientation",
and the "driving direction
orientation" mode, see Map
orientation below.
In the 3D map view, only the
"driving direction orientation" mode
is available.
■ Map orientation: toggles the 2D
map view between the "north
orientation" (north-up) mode and
the "driving direction orientation"
(head-up) mode.
In the head-up mode, the map
rotates depending on the driving
direction of the vehicle.
■ Auto Zoom: if set to On, the map
scale will be adjusted (zoom in/out)
automatically by the navigation
system to ensure reliable route
guidance.
■ Show POIs In Map: if set to On,
points of interest, e.g. fuel stations,
parking areas, or restaurants, are
indicated by corresponding
symbols on the map.
■ Map Data Information: displays the
name and version of the map data
stored on the inserted SD card.
Setting up the navigation
system
To open the NAVIGATION SETUP
menu: press the SETUP button, and
then select the Navigation menu item.
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The following settings/options are
available:
■ Map Setup: displays the MAP
SETUP menu, see "Setting up the
map display" above.
■ Voice Guidance: if set to On, voice
commands (e.g. remaining
distance to next turning, turning
direction) are announced during
route guidance.
■ Voice Vol.: if voice guidance is
activated (see above), change this
setting to adjust the volume of voice
commands. After each change an
audible feedback is given.
■ Position Information: displays the
address/GPS coordinates of the
current position.
To store the displayed address/
GPS coordinates in the address
book: select the Save screen
button.
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Navigation
The following further settings/options
are available:
■ Time Display: toggles between
displaying the estimated arrival
time and the estimated remaining
travel time, see "Information on the
map display" above.
■ Distance Units: toggles the unit for
distance information on the display
between miles and kilometres.
■ POI Warning: only applicable, if
user defined points of interest (POI)
with corresponding warning
messages were downloaded to the
Infotainment system, see "User
defined points of interest" below.
If this option is set to On: when the
vehicle approaches a user defined
POI, the related warning message
is displayed.
■ POI Warning Distance: only
applicable, if user defined points of
interest (POI) and corresponding
warning messages were
downloaded to the Infotainment
system, see "User defined points of
interest" below.
Using this menu option you can
define, in which distance before
reaching a user defined POI the
related warning message should be
displayed.
Select the menu item to display a
list with the selectable POI warning
distances.
Select the desired POI warning
distance.
The following further settings/options
are available:
■ Download my POIs now: only
available, if a USB drive with user
defined points of interest (POI)
stored on it, see "User defined
points of interest" below, is
connected to the USB port 3 29.
Downloading the user defined POI
data from the USB drive, see "User
defined points of interest" below.
■ Remove User POIs From System:
only applicable, if user defined
points of interest (POI) were
downloaded to the Infotainment
Navigation
system, see "User defined points of
interest" below.
Select the menu item to remove all
user defined POI data from the
Infotainment system.
■ Demo Mode: the demo mode
enables you to plan your trip, and
provides an overview of the route.
The demo mode requires a start
position, that may be different from
your current position, and a
destination.
To set a start position: see Set Start
Location For Demo below.
To set a destination: use one of the
usual options for destination input
3 46.
To activate the demo mode: set the
menu option to On. Route guidance
is now simulated.
Please note, that in demo mode the
displayed estimated arrival time or
remaining travel time, see
"Information on the map display"
above, is not realistic. In demo
mode the simulated vehicle speed
is unrealistically high, to
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accomplish a short execution time
for a simulated trip.
To return to normal route guidance:
set the menu option to Off.
■ Set Start Location For Demo:
displays a menu for the manual
input of a start position.
Enter the address of the desired
start position 3 46.
Enabling or disabling the display of
TMC (traffic) messages
You can enable the display of TMC
messages even if no route guidance
is active.
Note
Detailed descriptions on TMC, see
chapter "Dynamic guidance" 3 68.
Press the SETUP button, and then
select the Traffic Messages menu
item.
Enabling the display of TMC
messages
Set Dynamic navigation to Prompt. In
the event of a traffic jam or other traffic
incidents a corresponding TMC
message will be shown on the
display.
Disabling the display of TMC
messages
Set Dynamic navigation to Off or
Automatic. No TMC messages will be
shown on the display.
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Navigation
Note
Functionality of the Dynamic
navigation settings when route
guidance is active, see "Settings for
route calculation and guidance" in
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
User defined points of interest
In addition to the predefined points of
interest (POI) stored on the map SD
card, you can create user defined
POIs that meet your special personal
needs. After creation, such user
defined POIs can be downloaded to
the Infotainment system.
You can create two different types of
user defined POIs:
(1) Destination POIs: POIs that you
can use as destinations for route
guidance.
For each POI you need to define the
GPS coordinates (longitude and
latitude values) of the POI's location
and a descriptive name.
After downloading the POI data to the
Infotainment system, you will find the
POI name (e.g. "Michaels house") in
the menu for user defined POIs
3 46. You can select the regarding
menu item as destination for route
guidance.
(2) POI warnings: POIs that you want
to be warned of (e.g. very sharp turns
on a road), before reaching the
corresponding location.
For each POI you need to define the
GPS coordinates (longitude and
latitude values) of the POI's location
and a descriptive warning message.
After downloading the POI data to the
Infotainment system, and in case
route guidance is active:
When the vehicle approaches the
POI location defined by the GPS
coordinates, the corresponding
warning message (e.g. "Very sharp
turn") will be displayed.
Using the menu option POI Warning
Distance in the NAVIGATION
SETUP menu, see above, you can
define, in which distance before
reaching a user defined POI the
related warning message should be
displayed.
Creating user defined POIs
For each POI type you need to create
a separate text file, e.g. by using a
simple text editor software.
Destination POIs
1. Create a text file with an arbitrary
name and the file extension .asc,
e.g. "TomsDestinationPOIs.asc".
2. The POI data need to be entered
into the text file in the following
format:
Longitude coordinate, Latitude
coordinate, "Name of POI [ any
comment ]"
Navigation
Example: 9.9800000,
52.0150000, "Michaels House
[ Fleet Street ]"
Please note, that the text shown
above has to be entered in a
single line, see image above.
3. Get the required GPS
coordinates, e.g. from a
topographical map.
The GPS coordinates need to be
expressed in decimal degrees, as
shown in the example above.
4. Enter the Longitude and Latitude
coordinates into the text file,
separated by a comma and a
space.
5. Enter an arbitrary name for the
POI, and, if desired, an optional
comment in square brackets.
The name and comment must be
enclosed by quotation marks, and
separated from the GPS
coordinates by a comma and a
space.
6. Enter further POI data, using a
separate line for each POI, into
the text file, as described above.
7. Store the text file, e.g. on your
local hard drive.
POI warnings
Create a separate text file with an
arbitrary name and the file
extension .asc, e.g.
"TomsPOIWarnings.asc".
The further operating steps for
creating a text file with POI warnings
are the same as described for
destination POIs, see above.
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The only difference is: instead of
creating a name (e.g. "Michaels
house") you need to create a warning
message (e.g. "Very sharp turn").
Storing the text files on a USB drive
1. In the root directory of a USB
drive: create a folder named
"myPOIs", e.g. "F:\myPOIs",
where "F:\" is the root directory of
the USB drive.
2. In the "myPOIs" folder, store the
text file with destination POIs,
e.g. "F:\myPOIs
\TomsDestinationPOIs.asc".
3. In the folder "myPOIs" create a
subfolder named
"myPOIWarnings".
4. In that subfolder store the text file
with POI warnings, e.g.
"F:\myPOIs\myPOIWarnings
\TomsPOIWarnings.asc"
Downloading the user defined POIs
Connect the USB drive with your user
defined POI data to the USB port
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To start the download: press the
SETUP button, select the Navigation
screen button, select the Download
my POIs now menu item, and then
confirm the displayed message.
The POI data will be downloaded to
the Infotainment system.
Destination input
Various methods are available to set
your destination for route guidance.
Press the NAV button to open the
NAVIGATION menu.
The NAVIGATION menu provides
three options that you can use for
destination input:
■ Destination: opens the ENTER
DESTINATION menu.
Note
If route guidance is active, a
message is displayed before the
ENTER DESTINATION menu will be
opened.
You need to decide first, if you want
to add a waypoint (an intermediate
destination) to the currently set
destination, or if you want to replace
the currently set destination by a
new destination.
Detailed description on adding a
waypoint to a destination, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
The ENTER DESTINATION menu
is the main entry point for entering
and/or selecting destinations, see
"Entering an address directly" and
subsequent paragraphs below.
■ Previous Destinations: displays a
list with destinations, that were
previously used for route guidance.
You can select an entry from that
list to set it as your new destination,
see "Selecting a previous
destination" below.
■ Home: displays a menu that you
can use to store an address as your
home address, and/or to select
your already stored home address
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as new destination, see "Entering
and selecting the home address"
below.
The menu options Options, Route,
and Cancel Route are described in
the "Guidance" chapter 3 63.
Using menus with keypads for
address input
When using the various options for
address input, you often need to enter
address data using menus with
keypads.
The keypads use an intelligent
spelling function, which excludes
nonexistent letter or number
combinations.
The use of menus with keypads will
be described below by the example of
entering a city name:
Successively select the letters for the
desired city name. During this
process the system will automatically
block letters that cannot occur next in
the city name.
If you need to enter a letter or special
character that is not provided by the
currently displayed keypad, select the
More screen button once or several
times, until a keypad is displayed that
provides the required letter or special
character.
How many keypads are available,
and which letters or special
characters are provided by the
keypads, depend on the particular
situation.
To delete already entered letters,
select the Delete screen button once
or several times.
If the system finds a city name in its
address memory that matches the
already entered letters, that name is
displayed (in grey letters), see image
above.
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In case the displayed city name is the
one you are searching for, you can
select the OK screen button to directly
add that city name to your destination
address.
The number in the menu's top right
corner shows, how many city names
starting with the entered letters were
found in the system's address
memory. If that number exceeds 999,
"> 999" is displayed, see image
above.
With entering further letters, the
number of city names matching the
entered letters will decrease.
As soon as the number of matching
city names is equal or less than 5, a
list with the matching city names is
automatically displayed.
Entering an address directly
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Destination menu item to
open the ENTER DESTINATION
menu.
Alternatively, you can select the List
screen button at any time to force the
system to display a list with all city
names that match the already
entered letters.
In both cases you can then select a
list entry to add the related city name
to your destination address.
Note
If the system only finds a single city
name in its address memory that
matches the entered letters, it will
display no list, but directly add the
relating city name to the destination
address.
Select the Enter address menu item.
The ENTER ADDRESS menu is
displayed.
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Performing the address data input
1. Entering the country name:
If the destination country needs to
be entered or changed: select the
Country of dest. menu item.
A menu with keypad for country
name input is displayed.
Note
Detailed description of address data
input via menus with keypads, see
"Using menus with keypads for
address input" above.
Note
Below the address data input is
described using the input sequence:
1.) country name, 2.) city name/
postal code, 3.) street name, 4.)
house number.
Alternatively you can also use the
input sequence: 1.) country name,
2.) street name, 3.) house number,
4.) city name/postal code.
Enter the desired country name.
After the country name input has
been performed, the ENTER
ADDRESS menu is displayed
again.
2. Entering the city name or postal
code:
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Select the City menu item to enter
the name or postal code of your
destination city.
A menu with keypad for city name
or postal code input is displayed.
Enter the name or postal code of
the desired city.
After the city name or postal code
input has been performed, the
ENTER ADDRESS menu is
displayed again.
3. Entering the street name:
Select the Street menu item to
enter the name of your destination
street.
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A menu with keypad for street
name input is displayed.
with keypad for house number
input, see image below.
Note
In case the system does not require
a house number for an
unambiguous determination of the
destination, no menu for house
number input, but the CONFIRM
DESTINATION menu will be
displayed. Continue with step 5.
4. Entering the house number:
Enter the name of the desired
street.
Note
As long as no street name letter is
entered, you can skip the street
name input by selecting the Centre
screen button. The destination will
then be set to the city centre, and the
CONFIRM DESTINATION menu will
be displayed. Continue with step 5.
After the street name input has
been performed, the system
automatically displays a menu
Enter the desired house number,
or, if you do not know the house
number, select the No num.
screen button.
If you select the No num. screen
button, the destination is set to the
centre of the destination street,
and the CONFIRM
DESTINATION menu is
displayed. Continue with step 5.
If you enter a house number, and
that house number does not exist,
a message is displayed that
provides the following options:
No number: no house number will
be taken into account.
Get number from list: a list with
available house numbers will be
displayed.
Select the desired option (screen
button).
If you select the option No
number, the CONFIRM
DESTINATION menu is
displayed. Continue with step 5.
If you select the option Get
number from list, a list of available
house numbers and/or number
ranges is displayed.
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A message is displayed that
provides the options (1) Move and
(2) Store described above.
Select the desired option (screen
button).
Moving the destination to a new
location:
If you select the Move screen
button in the message, the
SCROLL MAP menu is displayed.
Select the list entry with the
desired house number or number
range.
The CONFIRM DESTINATION
menu is displayed.
5. Confirming the new destination:
The CONFIRM DESTINATION
menu shows a map view of the
area around the previously
entered address. The new
destination is indicated by a
chequered flag.
If you want to start route guidance
to the entered destination address
right away, continue with step 6.
If you want (1) to move the new
destination to another location, or
(2) to store the new destination's
address in the address book:
select the Menu screen button.
If required, you can move the
visible map section in an arbitrary
direction by moving your finger on
the screen, and change the map
scale by turning the multifunction
knob.
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Tap on the map to move the
destination to a new location.
The destination flag is now
displayed at the new location.
Select the OK screen button to
confirm the destination's new
location.
The CONFIRM DESTINATION
menu is displayed again.
If you want to start route guidance
to the new destination right away,
continue with step 6.
Storing the new destination in the
address book:
If you want to store the new
destination's address in the
address book: select the Menu
screen button, and then select the
Store screen button in the
displayed message.
A menu with keypad for name
input is displayed.
The route will be calculated by the
navigation system, and then route
guidance started.
Description on route guidance,
see chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
Using the address book
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Destination menu item to
open the ENTER DESTINATION
menu.
Enter the desired name for the
previously set destination.
Select the OK screen button to
store the new destination address
in the address book using the
previously entered name.
After the address data has been
stored in the address book, the
CONFIRM DESTINATION menu
is displayed again.
6. Starting route guidance:
In the CONFIRM DESTINATION
menu: select the Start screen
button to start route guidance to
the previously set address.
Select the Address book menu item.
A list of all addresses (destinations)
stored in the address book is
displayed.
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Using the address book, you can
conveniently store the addresses of
your favourite destinations, and later
select these addresses as
destinations for route guidance.
Adding new addresses (destinations)
Up to 50 addresses can be stored in
the address book. When the
maximum number of addresses is
reached, you need to delete an
address before adding a new one.
Select the Add New Entry list entry
(first entry in list).
A menu with several options for
adding new addresses is displayed.
The following options are available:
■ New Address: displays the menu
for direct address input.
Entering the desired new address
data, see "Entering an address
directly" (steps 1 to 4) above.
After all address data have been
entered, the CONFIRM
DESTINATION menu is displayed.
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The previously entered address is
indicated by a chequered flag.
To change the previously entered
address using the map:
Select the Move screen button to
open the SCROLL MAP menu.
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The CONFIRM DESTINATION
menu is displayed again.
To store the new address in the
address book:
Select the Save screen button.
A menu with keypad for name input
is displayed.
If required, you can move the
visible map section in an arbitrary
direction by moving your finger on
the screen, and change the map
scale by turning the multifunction
knob.
Tap on the map to set the
corresponding location as a new
address.
The chequered flag is now
displayed at that new address/
location.
Select the OK screen button to
confirm the destination's new
location.
Enter the desired name for the new
address book entry, and select the
OK screen button to store the new
address data in the address book.
■ From Previous Destinations:
displays a list with destinations
previously used for route guidance.
Select a previous destination that
you want to store in the address
book.
A menu with keypad for name input
is displayed.
Enter the desired name of the new
address book entry, and select the
OK screen button to store the new
address data in the address book.
■ Current Destination: stores the
current destination in the address
book (only available, if route
guidance is active).
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To store the address data: see
descriptions above.
■ Current Position: stores the current
destination in the address book.
To store the address data: see
descriptions above.
Selecting addresses (destinations)
for route guidance, renaming or
deleting addresses
The following menu options are
available:
■ Rename: displays a menu with
keypad for name input.
Select the desired address book
entry.
A menu is displayed that shows the
address information of the selected
address book entry.
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Enter a new name for the address
book entry, and select the OK
screen button to confirm the new
name.
■ Del. all: deletes all address book
entries.
■ Delete: deletes the selected
address book entry.
■ OK: sets the displayed address or
GPS coordinates as new
destination, and starts route
guidance to that destination.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
Selecting a point of interest
A point of interest (POI) is a specific
location that can be of interest, like a
petrol station, parking area, or
restaurant.
In the Infotainment system a POI is
defined by GPS coordinates
(longitude and latitude values) and a
name.
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The data stored on the map SD card
contain a great number of predefined
POIs, which are indicated by
corresponding symbols on the map
display.
You can select such POIs as
destinations for route guidance.
To select a point of interest:
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Destination menu item to
open the ENTER DESTINATION
menu.
The POINTS OF INTEREST menu is
displayed.
The following menu options are
available:
■ Restaurants nearby: shows a list of
restaurants nearby the current
location.
Select the Points of interest menu
item.
Each list entry shows the straightline distance, and the approximate
direction to the regarding
restaurant.
Select a list entry to display a menu
with detailed information on the
regarding restaurant.
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To return to the restaurant list:
select the List screen button.
To start route guidance to the
selected restaurant: select the
Start screen button.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
■ Parking nearby: shows a list of
parking areas nearby the current
location.
Operating steps to start route
guidance to a particular parking
area, see instructions on
Restaurants nearby above.
■ Petrol stations nearby: shows a list
of petrol stations nearby the current
location.
Operating steps to start route
guidance to a particular petrol
station, see instructions on
Restaurants nearby above.
■ Search near here: provides access
to all POIs nearby the current
location.
A message is displayed after
selecting the menu item.
To find a specific POI you can
search by Category or by Name.
Select the desired search option
(screen button) in the message.
Searching by category:
After selecting the Category screen
button in the message, a list of POI
categories is displayed.
Select the desired category.
Depending on the category
selected, a list of relating
subcategories to refine the POI
search may be displayed .
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In such cases, select the desired
subcategory.
Finally, a list of category specific
POIs will be displayed.
Operating steps to start route
guidance to a particular POI, see
instructions on Restaurants
nearby above.
Searching by name:
After selecting the Name screen
button in the message, a menu with
keypad for POI search is displayed.
Enter a POI name, or a part of that
name, and then select the List
screen button to start a search for
that POI, or respectively, for all
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POIs which names contain the
entered letter combination.
Note
If you do not enter any letter, and
then start a POI search, the system
will search for all POIs nearby the
current position.
While the search is performed, a
message shows in which radius
around the current position the
system currently searches for
POIs.
You can stop the search at any time
by selecting the Stop screen button
in the message, or you can wait
until a list with all found POIs is
displayed.
Operating steps to start route
guidance to a particular POI, see
instructions on Restaurants
nearby above.
■ Search near destination: provides
access to all POIs nearby the
current destination (only available,
if route guidance is active).
Operating steps to search for POIs,
and to start route guidance to a
specific POI, see instructions on
Search near here above.
■ Search in another city: provides
access to all POIs within a selected
city.
To select a city, see "Entering an
address directly" (steps 1 to 2)
above.
After selecting a city, you can
search for POIs in that city by
Category or by Name, see
instructions on Search near here
above.
To select a user defined point of
interest:
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Destination menu item to
open the ENTER DESTINATION
menu.
Selecting a user defined point of
interest
In addition to the predefined points of
interest (POI) stored on the map SD
card, you can create user defined
POIs that meet your special personal
needs, and download these POIs to
the Infotainment system, see chapter
"Usage" 3 35.
If user defined POIs were
downloaded to the Infotainment
system, you can select such a POI as
destination for route guidance.
Select the User POIs menu item.
A list of all downloaded user defined
POIs is displayed.
Select the desired list entry.
A menu is displayed that shows the
GPS coordinates, and a descriptive
comment (if available) on the
selected POI.
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To return to the user POI list: select
the List screen button.
To start route guidance to the
selected user POI: select the Start
screen button.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
Selecting a destination from the
map
This method of destination input
allows you to search for a new
destination by moving the visible map
section, and to set the desired
location of the new destination by
tapping on the map.
To select a destination from map:
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Destination menu item to
open the ENTER DESTINATION
menu.
Select the Destination from map
menu item.
The DESTINATION FROM MAP
menu is displayed, showing a map of
the area around the current position.
The map is displayed in the twodimensional/north-up mode.
You can move the visible map section
in an arbitrary direction by moving
your finger on the screen.
If required, change the map scale by
turning the multifunction knob.
Move the visible map section, until it
displays the area around the location
you are searching for.
Tap on the map to set a new
destination at the desired location.
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After selecting the Save screen
button in the message, a menu with
keypad for name input is displayed.
A chequered flag now indicates the
new destination, and at the bottom of
the map the street name (or GPS
coordinates) of the new destination is
displayed.
Select the Set screen button.
A message showing the following
options is displayed:
Save: store the address data of the
new destination in the address book.
Set as Destination: start route
guidance to the new destination.
Select the desired option (screen
button).
Enter the desired name for the new
destination, and select the OK screen
button to store the address data of the
new destination in the address book.
After selecting the Set as
Destination screen button in the
message, the route to the new
destination is calculated, and route
guidance is started.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
Selecting an intersection as
destination
This method of destination input
functions almost the same way as
described for "Entering an address
directly", see above.
Instead of specifying a location in a
street by a house number, you need
to specify the location by an
intersection.
To select an intersection as
destination:
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Destination menu item to
open the ENTER DESTINATION
menu.
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If there are 5 or less crossing streets,
a list of all crossing streets is
displayed. Select the desired
crossing street, and continue with
operating step 5 of "Entering an
address directly", see above.
If there are more than 5 crossing
streets, a menu with keypad for name
input is displayed.
Select the Intersection as
destination menu item.
Perform operating steps 1 to 3 of
"Entering an address directly", see
above.
After entering a street name:
If there is only a single street that
crosses the previously specified
street, the CONFIRM
DESTINATION menu is displayed.
Continue with operating step 5 of
"Entering an address directly", see
above.
Enter the name of a street that
crosses the previously specified
street, or select the List screen button
to directly display a list of all crossing
streets.
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Select the desired crossing street,
and continue with operating step 5 of
"Entering an address directly", see
above.
Selecting a previous destination
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Previous Destinations
menu item.
A list is displayed, with destinations
previously used for route guidance.
Up to 50 previous destinations will be
stored automatically. When the
number of previous destinations
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exceeds 50, the oldest one will be
removed from the list, and the new
one will be added.
After selecting a previous destination
in the list, a menu is displayed with
detailed address information (if
available), or the GPS coordinates of
the destination:
■ Del. all: deletes the entire list of
previous destinations.
■ Delete: deletes the displayed
destination from the list of previous
destinations.
■ OK: sets the displayed address or
GPS coordinates as new
destination, and starts route
guidance to that destination.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
Entering and selecting the home
address
The following menu options are
available:
■ Save: stores the displayed
destination data in the address
book. Detailed information on the
address book, see "Using the
address book" above.
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Home menu item.
A menu is displayed, with the
currently set home address or GPS
coordinates, see image below.
If there was no home address set
before, the address area in the menu
is empty.
Once your home address is set, this
menu offers the opportunity to
conveniently start route guidance to
your home address.
The following menu options are
available:
■ Position: deletes the old home
address (if available), and stores
the current position as new home
address.
The address data or GPS
coordinates of the current position
will be displayed then.
■ Change: displays the menu for
direct address input.
Using that menu you can enter and
store a new home address, see
"Entering an address directly"
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The old home address (if available)
will be deleted.
■ Start: sets the displayed home
address or GPS coordinates as
new destination, and starts route
guidance to that destination.
Description on route guidance, see
chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
Detailed descriptions on the map
display and the visual route guidance
information, see chapter "Usage"
3 35.
Guidance
General information
Route guidance is provided by the
navigation system by visual
instructions and voice commands
(voice guidance).
Visual instructions
Visual instructions are displayed on
the map display, in the TRAFFIC
INFO menu, in all audio main menus,
e.g. the CD menu, and in the
PHONE menu.
Visual instructions shown on the map
display:
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Visual instructions shown in menus,
e.g. the FM1 radio menu:
Voice commands
Voice commands will announce
which direction to follow, when
approaching an intersection at which
you need to turn.
To enable or disable voice guidance:
touch the Voice screen button on the
map display for a few seconds, see
image of map display above. If voice
guidance is enabled, the button label
is shown in white, otherwise in black.
To repeat the last announced voice
command: tap on the Voice screen
button.
To adjust the voice volume when
voice commands are announced: turn
the X knob.
Note
The activation/deactivation of voice
guidance is indicated by a beep, if
system sounds are activated 3 9.
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Controlling route guidance via
the NAVIGATION menu
Press the NAV button to open the
NAVIGATION menu.
The NAVIGATION menu provides
three options that you can use for
controlling route guidance:
■ Options: opens the ROUTE
OPTIONS menu that provides
several settings for route
calculation/recalculation and route
guidance, see "Settings for route
calculation and guidance" below.
■ Route: opens the ROUTE LIST
menu that shows all streets on the
current route, see "Displaying the
route list" below.
■ Cancel Route: cancels the currently
active route guidance.
If an additional waypoint
(intermediate destination) is
currently set for route guidance, a
message prompts you to decide:
if route guidance to both the
waypoint and the final destination
should be cancelled, or,
if route guidance only to the
waypoint should be cancelled.
If you cancel route guidance only to
a waypoint: the navigation system
automatically recalculates the route
to guide you to the final destination.
Settings for route calculation and
guidance
Before starting route guidance, but
also when route guidance is already
active, you can set several criteria for
route calculation/recalculation and
route guidance.
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Options menu item to open
the ROUTE OPTIONS menu.
The following menu options are
available:
■ Dynamic navigation: select, if the
navigation system should take
TMC (traffic) messages into
account for route calculation/
recalculation, see chapter
"Dynamic guidance" 3 68.
Available settings:
Off: no TMC messages are taken
into account for route calculation.
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Automatic: all TMC messages are
automatically taken into account for
route calculation/recalculation.
Prompt: in the event of a traffic jam
or other traffic incidents, for which
the navigation system receives a
TMC message, you will be
prompted by a message:
if an alternative route to the
destination should be calculated
or
if the previously calculated route
should remain unchanged.
The messages will be shown on the
display even if an audio mode (e.g.
AM/FM or CD) or the telephone
mode are currently active.
■ Route mode: select, if the fastest,
the most economical, or the
shortest route should be calculated
for route guidance.
■ Motorways: select, if motorways
should be avoided or utilised for
route guidance.
■ Tolls & Ferries: select, if toll roads
and ferries should be avoided or
utilised, or, if the use of toll roads
and ferries should be minimized,
when calculating the route to the
destination.
Displaying the route list
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Route menu item to open
the ROUTE LIST.
The route list shows all streets on the
calculated route, starting with the
current location.
Each list entry may show the following
information:
■ Name of street, motorway, or
motorway junction.
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■ Direction arrow or motorway
symbol.
Note
An additional small red triangle in a
direction arrow or motorway symbol
indicates a pending traffic event in
the course of the related street or
motorway.
■ Distance to the next street on the
route, or
■ estimated time required to reach
the next street on the route, or
■ estimated arrival time when
reaching the next street on the
route.
The displayed time information
depend on, whether display of the
estimated remaining travel time or the
estimated arrival time was previously
selected on the map display.
To change the mode of time display:
press the MAP button, and then tap
on the time information, shown below
the direction arrow, on the left side of
the map display.
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To show all available information on a
particular route list item: select that
list item.
Controlling route guidance via
the TRAFFIC MESSAGES
menu
Press the TRAF button to open the
TRAFFIC MESSAGES menu.
The TRAFFIC MESSAGES menu
displays the closest traffic event (if
existent), e.g. a traffic jam, on the
current route.
The following menu options are
available:
■ Block: using this menu item you can
exclude streets from route
guidance, see "Excluding streets
from route guidance" below.
■ TA: enables or disables the
reception of traffic announcements
3 20.
■ Route: displays a list of all traffic
events on the current route.
To display detailed information on a
particular traffic event: select a list
entry.
■ All: displays all traffic events on the
current route, and additionally all
traffic events in the vicinity of the
current vehicle position.
TMC (traffic) symbols (see chapter
"Symbols overview" 3 71) that
indicate traffic events on the current
route are highlighted in red.
Excluding streets from route
guidance
After route guidance is started, you
can exclude streets from the
previously calculated route.
The route can then be recalculated,
whereby the previously excluded
streets will be bypassed.
Press the TRAF button, and then
select the Block screen button to
open the AVOID ROUTE SECTION
menu.
Navigation
The following menu options are
available:
■ Avoid Road Ahead: opens the
AVOID ROAD AHEAD menu.
Using that menu you can exclude
the first upcoming streets from the
current route by defining the length
of the exclusion section, starting
from the current vehicle position.
To exclude upcoming streets from
the route: set the desired value of
Avoid Dist., and then select the
Recalculate Route menu item.
The route will be recalculated, and
the excluded streets will be
indicated by a black line and a
"Closed road" symbol (see chapter
"Symbols overview" 3 71) on the
map display.
■ Avoid Road In Route List: opens a
menu showing the current route list.
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Using that menu you can exclude a
single street or several successive
streets (exclusion section) from the
current route.
To exclude a single street: select
the desired street in the list. The
label of the selected street is now
coloured in red.
To exclude several successive
streets: select the first street and
the last street of the desired
exclusion section. The labels of all
successive streets within the
defined exclusion section are now
coloured in red.
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Navigation
Note
You can only define one single
exclusion street or one exclusion
section at a time in the route list.
To perform the street exclusion:
select the Recalculate Route menu
item (first entry in route list).
The route will be recalculated, and
the excluded streets will be
indicated by a black line and a
"Closed road" symbol (see chapter
"Symbols overview" 3 71) on the
map display.
■ Use Road Ahead: cancels the
street exclusion previously
performed via Avoid Road Ahead.
■ Use Road In Route List: cancels the
street exclusion previously
performed via Avoid Road In Route
List.
Adding a waypoint (intermediate
destination) to the route
At any time during active route
guidance you can add a waypoint to
your route.
Press the NAV button, and then
select the Destination menu item or
the Previous Destinations menu item.
In the message that is displayed now,
select the Add waypoint screen
button.
Enter or select a destination for the
waypoint, see chapter "Destination
input" 3 46.
After adding the desired waypoint, the
navigation system will calculate the
route from the current position to that
new intermediate destination, and the
route from the intermediate
destination to the final destination.
The waypoint will be indicated on the
map by a red chequered flag.
After reaching the waypoint, the route
guidance will automatically proceed
with guidance to the final destination.
Note
For every trip you can set only one
waypoint at a time. If there is a
waypoint already active when
setting a new waypoint, route
guidance to the old waypoint will be
cancelled.
Enabling user defined POI
warnings
You can define "POI warnings" for
POIs that you want to be warned of
(e.g. very sharp turns on a road),
before reaching the corresponding
location.
Defining your personal POI warnings,
and downloading them to the
Infotainment system, see chapter
"Usage" 3 35.
Enabling POI warnings:
Press the SETUP button, select the
Navigation menu item, and then set
POI Warning to On.
Dynamic guidance
If dynamic route guidance is active,
the entire current traffic situation that
the Infotainment system receives via
TMC is included in the calculation of
the route. The route is suggested
taking into account all traffic problems
or restrictions as per preset criteria
(e.g. „shortest route“, „avoid
motorways“ etc.).
Navigation
In the case of a traffic problem (e.g.
traffic jam, closed road) on the route
you are driving, a message is
displayed, and a voice message
output indicating the nature of the
problem. The driver can decide,
whether to drive around the traffic
problem taking the suggested change
to the route or to carry on through the
traffic problem.
Nearby traffic problems are also
reported if route guidance is not
active.
If route guidance is active, the system
continuously checks, based on the
traffic information, whether it would
be better to recalculate the route or
take an alternative route taking into
account the current traffic situation.
The activation and deactivation of
dynamic route guidance, as well as
criteria for the calculation of the route,
are made in the ROUTE OPTIONS
menu, see chapter "Guidance" 3 63.
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Maps
All map data required for use of the
navigation system is stored on an SD
card provided with the Infotainment
system.
Map SD card
Dynamic route guidance only works if
traffic information is received via the
RDS-TMC traffic information system.
The possible delay due to a traffic
problem calculated by the
Infotainment system is based on data
that the system receives via the RDSTMC station currently set. The actual
delay may deviate from the calculated
delay.
The SD card reader of the
Infotainment system can only read
the SD card provided specifically for
use with the vehicle's navigation
system. The SD card reader cannot
read any other SD cards.
Due to production date of the map
data on the SD card, some new roads
may not be included, or some names
and roads may differ from those in
use at the time the map data was
produced.
To order additional SD cards or an
update of the map data, contact a
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.
Replacing a map SD card, see below .
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Navigation
Important information on SD card
handling
Caution
Never attempt to use an SD card
that has been cracked, deformed
or repaired using adhesive tape.
Doing so may damage the
equipment.
■ Handle the SD card with care.
Never touch the metal contacts.
■ Do not use any conventional
cleaner, benzine, thinner, or
antistatic spray.
■ If you need to clean the SD card,
use a soft cloth.
■ Do not bend the SD card. Do not
use any SD card that is bent or
cracked.
■ Do not put any sticker or write
anything on either surface.
■ Do not store the SD card in
locations exposed to direct
sunlight, or in high temperatures or
humidity.
■ Always place the SD card in its
storage case, when not in use.
Removing the SD card
Replacing a map SD card
The SD card slot is located under a
removable cover on the right side of
the instrument panel.
Press on the inserted SD card to
unlock it, and then carefully pull the
SD card out of the SD card slot.
The cover can be removed, e. g., with
means of a small paper clip or similar
items.
Navigation
Inserting the SD card
Symbols overview
No. Explanation
Route guidance and POI
symbols
6
Petrol station
7
Restaurant
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POI (points of interest) symbols are
only shown on the map display, if the
display of POIs is enabled.
To enable the display of POIs: press
the SETUP button, select the
Navigation menu item, select the Map
Setup menu item, and then set Show
POIs In Map to On.
Push the SD card with the labelled
side upward, and the cut-outs on the
right side (see image above),
carefully into the SD card slot until the
card engages.
Finally, attach the cover to the
instrument panel again to keep the
SD card and SD card slot clean and
dry.
TMC symbols
No. Explanation
1
Current position
2
Final destination (black flag)
3
Waypoint/Intermediate destina‐
tion (red flag)
4
Hotel/Motel
5
Parking area
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Navigation
No.
Explanation
1
Traffic jam
2
Closed road
3
Slippery road
4
Road works
5
Icy road
6
Fog
7
Cross winds
8
Narrowing
9
Accident
10
Danger
11
Uneven road
TMC (traffic) symbols are only shown
on the map display, if dynamic route
guidance via TMC messages is
enabled.
To enable dynamic route guidance:
press the NAV button, select the
Options menu item, and then set
Dynamic navigation to Automatic or
Prompt, see chapter "Guidance"
3 63.
Phone
Phone
General information ..................... 73
Bluetooth connection ................... 74
Emergency call ............................ 76
Operation ..................................... 77
General information
The Phone portal provides you with
the possibility of having mobile phone
conversations via a vehicle
microphone and the vehicle
loudspeakers as well as operating the
most important mobile phone
functions via the Infotainment system
in the vehicle. To be able to use the
Phone portal, the mobile phone has
to be connected to it via Bluetooth
3 74.
Not all Phone portal functions are
supported by every mobile phone.
The possible phone functions depend
on the relevant mobile phone and
network provider. You will find further
information on this in the operating
instructions for your mobile phone, or
you can enquire about them at your
network provider.
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Important information for
operation and traffic safety
9 Warning
Mobile phones have effects on
your environment. For this reason
safety regulations and directions
have been prepared. You should
be familiar with the related
directions before you use the
telephone function.
9 Warning
Use of the hands-free facility while
driving can be dangerous because
your concentration is reduced
when telephoning. Park your
vehicle before you use the handsfree facility. Follow the stipulations
of the country in which you find
yourself at present.
Do not forget to follow the special
regulations that apply in specific
areas and always switch off the
mobile phone if the use of mobile
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Phone
phones is prohibited, if
interference is caused by the
mobile phone or if dangerous
situations can occur.
Bluetooth
With the BLUETOOTH SETUP menu
pairing (PIN code exchange between
Bluetooth device and Phone portal)
and connection of Bluetooth devices
to the Infotainment system are carried
out.
The Phone portal is certified by the
Bluetooth Special Interest Group
(SIG).
You will find further information about
the specification on the Internet at
http://www.bluetooth.com
Bluetooth connection
Bluetooth is a radio standard for the
wireless connection of, for example, a
mobile phone or an MP3 player to
other devices.
To be able to set up a Bluetooth
connection to the Infotainment
system, the Bluetooth function of the
Bluetooth device has to be activated
and the Bluetooth device has to be set
to "visible" (discovery mode). For
further information please consult the
user guide of the Bluetooth device.
To open the BLUETOOTH SETUP
menu: press the SETUP button and
then select the Bluetooth &
telephone menu item.
Pairing a Bluetooth device
Important information
■ Up to four devices can be paired to
the system.
■ Only one paired device can be
connected to the Infotainment
system at a time.
■ Pairing normally only needs to be
carried out once, unless the device
is deleted from the list of paired
devices.
Performing pairing
1. In the BLUETOOTH SETUP
menu: set Bluetooth to On.
2. Select the Pair New Device menu
item.
A message prompts you to enter
the PIN code "1234" on the
Bluetooth device.
3. On the Bluetooth device: if not
activated already, activate the
Bluetooth function and then
activate the discovery mode (see
user guide of Bluetooth device).
On the Bluetooth device: if the
discovery mode finds the
Phone
Infotainment system's Bluetooth
unit, CAR HF UNIT will be
displayed.
4. On the Bluetooth device: select
CAR HF UNIT and then follow the
instructions to enter the PIN code
"1234".
5. On the Bluetooth device: confirm
the entered PIN code.
On the Infotainment system's
display: after a few seconds a
message is displayed that shows,
if the pairing process was
successfully performed or if it
failed.
If the Bluetooth connection was
successfully performed: in case
another Bluetooth device was
connected to the Infotainment
system, that device is now
disconnected from the system.
If the Bluetooth connection failed:
start the procedure described above
again, or consult the user guide of the
Bluetooth device.
Connecting to another paired
device
1. In the BLUETOOTH SETUP
menu: select the Select Paired
Device menu item.
A list of all Bluetooth devices
currently paired to the
Infotainment system is displayed.
The list entry of the Bluetooth
device that is currently connected
to the Infotainment system is
indicated by 9.
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2. Select the desired device.
3. On the Bluetooth device: if not
activated already, activate the
Bluetooth function (see user
guide of Bluetooth device).
On the Infotainment system's
display: after a few seconds a
message is displayed that shows,
if the Bluetooth connection was
successfully performed or if it
failed.
If the Bluetooth connection was
successfully performed: in case
another Bluetooth device was
connected to the Infotainment
system, that device is now
disconnected from the system.
If the Bluetooth connection failed,
start the procedure described above
again or consult the user guide of the
Bluetooth device.
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Phone
Removing a paired device
Emergency call
9 Warning
In the BLUETOOTH SETUP menu:
select the Delete Paired Device menu
item.
A list of all Bluetooth devices currently
paired to the Infotainment system is
displayed.
The list entry of the Bluetooth device
that is currently connected to the
Infotainment system is indicated by
9.
Select the desired device. The device
is removed from the list of paired
devices.
Connection setup cannot be
guaranteed in all situations. For
this reason you should not rely
exclusively on a mobile phone
when a vitally important
communication (e.g. a medical
emergency) is concerned.
In some networks it may be
necessary for a valid SIM card to
be properly inserted in the mobile
phone.
9 Warning
Bear in mind that you can make
and receive calls with the mobile
phone, if it is in a service area with
a sufficiently strong signal. Under
certain circumstances emergency
calls cannot be made on all mobile
phone networks; it is possible that
they cannot be made when certain
network services and/or telephone
functions are active. You can
enquire about this with the local
network operators.
The emergency call number can
differ depending on the region and
country. Please enquire
beforehand about the correct
emergency call number for the
relevant region.
Making an emergency call
Dial the emergency call number (e.g.
112).
The telephone connection to the
emergency call centre is set up.
Answer when the service personnel
questions you about the emergency.
9 Warning
Do not end the call until you are
requested to do so by the
emergency call centre.
Phone
Operation
As soon as a connection via
Bluetooth has been set up between
your mobile phone and the
Infotainment system, you can operate
many functions of your mobile phone
via the Infotainment system.
Note
In the handsfree mode mobile phone
operation continues to be possible,
e.g. taking a call or adjusting the
volume.
After setup of a connection between
the mobile phone and the
Infotainment system, mobile phone
data is transmitted to the Infotainment
system. This can take some time
depending on the mobile phone and
the amount of data to be transferred.
During this period operation of the
mobile phone via the Infotainment
system is possible only to a limited
extent.
Note
Not every mobile phone supports all
functions of the Phone portal.
Therefore deviations from the range
of functions described with these
specific mobile phones are possible.
Control elements for phone
operation
The most important phone specific
control elements are the following:
On instrument panel
m knob: turn to adjust volume.
I button: press to display phone
menu.
On steering wheel
p button:
■ If Phone portal inactive: 1st press:
display phone menu; 2nd press:
redial (if phone connected and
number stored in redial list).
■ If Phone portal active: short press:
accept incoming call or end active
call; long press: reject incoming
call.
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o thumbwheel: turn to adjust
volume.
Prerequisites
The following prerequisites must be
met in order to use the handsfree
mode of the Infotainment system:
■ The Bluetooth function of the
Infotainment system must be
activated 3 74.
■ The Bluetooth function of the
mobile phone must be activated
(see user guide of the device).
■ The mobile phone must be set to
"visible" (see user guide of the
device).
■ The mobile phone must be paired
to the Infotainment system 3 74.
Activating the handsfree mode
Press the I button.
The PHONE menu appears on the
display.
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Phone
data and call lists data is transferred
from the mobile phone to the
Infotainment system.
Detailed information on this, see
"Phone book setup" below.
Initiating a phone call
In case a mobile phone is in the range
of the Infotainment system which has
its Bluetooth function activated and is
paired to the Infotainment system
3 74, the menu view shown below is
displayed after a few seconds.
Note
If the No Telephone Device menu
view does not disappear, check if
your mobile phone has its Bluetooth
function activated, and whether it is
paired to the Infotainment system
3 74. To open the BLUETOOTH
SETUP menu: select the Connect
screen button.
The mobile phone is now connected
to the Infotainment system via
Bluetooth, and the handsfree mode is
activated.
Many functions of the mobile phone
can now be controlled via the
PHONE menu (and associated
submenus), and via the phone
specific controls on the steering
wheel, see "Control elements for
phone operation" above and 3 7.
It may take some time until the
Phonebk and Call lists screen buttons
are selectable, because phone book
Using the phone book
In the phone book contacts are stored
with name and phone number.
Details on phone book download and
further phone book related
information see "Phone book setup"
below.
In the PHONE menu: select the
Phonebk screen button to open the
PHONEBOOK menu.
Phone
If the phone book contains a great
number of entries: see "Searching for
a phone number" below.
Scroll through the list of phone book
entries and select the desired
contact. A menu with all phone
numbers stored for the selected
contact is displayed.
To initiate a phone call: select the
desired phone number. The selected
phone number is dialled.
Searching for a phone number
If the phone book contains a great
number of entries, you can
conveniently search for the desired
contact via the Search menu.
In the PHONEBOOK menu: select the
Search list item (first entry in list).
The Search menu is displayed.
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To display all phone book entries
starting with a particular letter:
Enter this letter (select the Delete
screen button to delete an entered
letter), and then select the List screen
button.
The PHONEBOOK menu is displayed
again, showing the phone book
entries starting with the entered letter
in the contact name.
To display a single phone book entry:
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Phone
Enter the first letters of the contact
name you are searching for (select
the Delete screen button once or
several times to delete already
entered letters).
As soon as the system finds a contact
name whose first letters match the
entered letters, the entire name of the
corresponding phone book entry is
displayed (see image above).
Select the OK screen button to
display a menu with all phone
numbers stored for the selected
contact.
Note
If you search for a phone book entry
that was stored by using the phone
number only, or that contains special
characters, select the 123ÄÖ screen
button to change the keypad type.
Using the call lists
All incoming, outgoing, or missed
calls are registered in corresponding
call lists.
In the PHONE menu: select the Call
lists screen button to open the CALL
LIST menu.
To initiate a phone call: select the
desired list entry. The corresponding
phone number is dialled.
Select the desired call list, e.g.
Missed Calls.
A menu with the corresponding call
list is displayed.
Redialling a phone number
The last dialled phone number can be
redialled.
In the PHONE menu: select the
Redial screen button.
The REDIAL menu is displayed,
showing the phone number and
further contact data (if available)
belonging to the last dialled phone
number.
Phone
To initiate a phone call: select the
{ screen button. The displayed
phone number is dialled.
Manually entering a phone number
In the PHONE menu: select the
{ screen button to display the menu
for manual number input.
Accessing the voicemail box
Enter the phone number of the
connected mobile phone manually,
see "Manually entering a phone
number" above.
Or (if available in the PHONEBOOK
menu): select the voicemail entry with
the phone number of the connected
mobile phone (the name of that entry
differs depending on the mobile
phone), see "Using the phone book"
above.
Note
Depending on the network provider
it may be required to enter a
voicemail passcode on the mobile
phone to get access to the voicemail
box.
Incoming phone call
To initiate a phone call: enter the
desired phone number (select the
Delete screen button to delete
already entered numbers), and then
select the OK screen button. The
entered phone number is dialled.
If an audio mode, e.g. the radio or CD
mode, is active at the time of an
incoming call, the relating audio
source will be muted and stay muted
until the call ends.
A message with the caller's phone
number or name (if available) is
displayed.
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To answer the call: select the green
{ screen button.
To reject the call: select the red }
screen button.
Second incoming phone call
If a second phone call comes in
during an ongoing call, a message
with the caller's phone number or
name (if available) is displayed.
Note
If provided by the network provider,
beeps will additionally signalize the
second incoming call.
To answer the second call and end
the ongoing call: select the green
{ screen button.
To reject the second call and continue
the ongoing call: select the red }
screen button.
Functions during a phone call
During an ongoing phone call the
PHONE menu view shown below will
be displayed.
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Phone
Deactivating the microphone
temporarily
Select the Mic. off screen button. The
caller will not hear you any longer.
To reactivate the microphone: select
the Mic. off screen button again.
Note
If the microphone of the Phone
portal is deactivated, the label of the
Mic. off screen button is highlighted
in orange.
Deactivating the handsfree mode
temporarily (privacy mode)
Select the Handset screen button.
The conversation can be continued
only via the mobile phone.
To return to the handsfree mode:
select the Handset screen button
again.
Note
If the handsfree mode of the Phone
portal is temporarily deactivated, the
label of the Handset screen button is
highlighted in orange.
Note
If the ignition is turned off during a
phone call, the connection remains
active until the phone call is ended.
Ending a phone call
Select the } screen button. The
phone main menu is displayed again.
Phone book setup
After pairing and connecting a mobile
phone to the Infotainment system,
your mobile phone book with phone
numbers and names (if available) will
be automatically downloaded to the
Infotainment system.
Note
Depending on the number of phone
book entries and the connected
mobile phone, the data download
can take several minutes.
As long as the mobile phone is paired
to the Infotainment system, the phone
book stays permanently stored on the
Infotainment system.
If there were new phone book entries
stored on your mobile phone, you can
download the expanded mobile
phone book to the Infotainment
system via the PHONE SETUP
menu, see "Download phone book",
below.
Each phone book entry (contact) can
have a first name, a last name, and up
to five phone numbers with different
categories (e.g. "Mobile", "Work",
etc.). The mobile phone book may
contain more information elements
which will not be downloaded to the
Infotainment system.
Maximum number of phone book
entries that can be stored on the
Infotainment system: 2500 entries
with 5 numbers per entry.
Phone
Downloading the phone book
To open the PHONE SETUP menu:
press the SETUP button, select the
Bluetooth & telephone menu item and
then select the Telephone settings
menu item.
Select the Download Phonebook
Now menu item. The data download
from the connected mobile phone
starts.
Note
Depending on the number of phone
book entries and the connected
mobile phone, the data download
can take several minutes.
Adjusting the sorting order
Set Sort Phonebook By to First
Name or Last Name to adjust the
sorting order for the phone book
entries accordingly.
Adjusting the display mode
Typically, there are two different
phone books available on mobile
phones: the phone book on the SIM
card of the mobile phone, and the
phone book stored on the mobile
phone itself, see user guide of your
mobile phone.
Both phone books of the connected
mobile phone will be downloaded to
the Infotainment system, if possible.
You can adjust, whether you want to
see only the entries of one of the
downloaded phone books, or if you
want to see the entries of both phone
books (if available):
Set Phonebook to Phone, SIM or
Both.
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Note
In case you select a phone book that
was not downloaded from the
connected mobile phone, the
Phonebk screen button in the
PHONE menu will not be selectable.
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Index
A
Activating the CD player............... 24
Activating the radio....................... 18
Adding waypoints......................... 63
Address book................................ 46
Address entry............................... 46
AUX input
socket........................................ 28
usage........................................ 28
B
Bluetooth...................................... 73
Bluetooth connection.................... 74
C
CD player
activating................................... 24
important information................ 23
usage........................................ 24
Connecting a Bluetooth device..... 74
Control elements overview............. 7
D
Destination input .......................... 46
Dynamic guidance........................ 68
E
Emergency call............................. 76
G
General information...................
................ 4, 23, 28, 29, 32, 34, 73
Guidance ..................................... 63
H
Home address.............................. 46
I
Infotainment system
control elements.......................... 7
instrument panel.......................... 7
setting volume............................. 9
speed compensated volume....... 9
steering wheel audio controls..... 7
switching on................................ 9
tone settings................................ 9
usage.......................................... 9
volume settings........................... 9
M
Map display.................................. 35
Maps ............................................ 69
Map SD card
handling..................................... 69
replace...................................... 69
Multifunction knob........................... 9
85
N
Navigation
adding waypoints...................... 63
address book............................. 46
control elements........................ 35
creating user POIs.................... 35
direct address entry................... 46
dynamic guidance..................... 68
functioning................................. 34
guidance.................................... 63
home address........................... 46
map display............................... 35
map SD card....................... 34, 69
points of interest........................ 46
previous destinations................ 46
replacing a map SD card.......... 35
route calculation........................ 63
route guidance.......................... 63
route list..................................... 63
selecting user POIs................... 46
setup......................................... 35
symbols overview...................... 71
TMC (traffic) messages............. 63
traffic information system (TMC) 34
usage........................................ 35
visual instructions...................... 63
voice commands....................... 63
Navigation setup........................... 35
O
Operating a Bluetooth music
device........................................ 32
Operation ........................... 9, 32, 77
P
Pairing a Bluetooth device............ 74
Phone........................................... 73
Bluetooth................................... 73
call lists...................................... 77
control elements........................ 73
dialling a number....................... 77
emergency calls........................ 76
functions during a call............... 77
important information................ 73
phone book............................... 77
privacy mode............................. 77
Playing saved audio files.............. 30
POI symbols................................. 71
Previous destinations................... 46
R
Radio
Radio data system (RDS)......... 20
activating................................... 18
selecting the waveband............ 18
station search............................ 19
usage........................................ 18
Radio data system (RDS) ............ 20
RDS.............................................. 20
Regionalization............................. 20
Replacing a map SD card............. 35
Route calculation.......................... 63
Route guidance...................... 63, 68
Route list....................................... 63
S
SD card......................................... 69
Selecting the waveband............... 18
Setting the volume.......................... 9
Speed compensated volume.......... 9
Starting CD replay........................ 24
Station search............................... 19
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off........................... 9
Switching the radio on.................. 18
Symbols overview ........................ 71
T
Theft-deterrent feature ................... 5
TMC.............................................. 34
TMC messages............................ 63
TMC symbols................................ 71
Touch screen.................................. 9
Traffic information system............ 34
Traffic messages.......................... 63
Traffic symbols............................. 71
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Usage......................... 18, 24, 28, 35
USB port
important information................ 29
playing saved audio files........... 30
User POIs
creating and downloading......... 35
selecting.................................... 46
Using the AUX input..................... 28
Using the CD player..................... 24
Using the Infotainment system....... 9
Using the navigation system........ 35
Using the radio............................. 18
Using the USB port....................... 29
V
Visual instructions......................... 63
Voice commands.......................... 63
W
Waypoints..................................... 63
CD 40 USB
Introduction .................................. 88
Radio ......................................... 102
CD Player .................................. 114
AUX input ................................... 119
USB port .................................... 120
Index .......................................... 124
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General information ..................... 88
Theft-deterrent feature ................. 89
Overview ...................................... 90
Operation ..................................... 92
Tone settings ............................... 99
Volume settings ......................... 100
General information
The Infotainment system provides
you with state-of-the-art in-car
infotainment.
The radio has nine automatic station
memories for each waveband: FM,
AM and DAB (if available).
The integrated audio player will
entertain you with audio CDs and
MP3 CDs.
Furthermore, you can connect
external data storage devices, e.g.
iPod, MP3 player or USB stick, or a
portable CD player to the
Infotainment system as further audio
sources.
The on-board computer can be
accessed from the Infotainment
System. For details please consult
the Owner’s Manual for your car.
The digital sound processor provides
you with several preset equalizer
modes for sound optimisation.
Optionally, the Infotainment system
can be operated using controls on the
steering wheel.
In addition the Infotainment system
can be equipped with a Mobile phone
portal.
The well-thought-out design of the
control elements and the clear
displays enable you to control the
system easily and intuitively.
Note
This manual describes all options
and features available for the
various Infotainment systems.
Certain descriptions, including those
for display and menu functions, may
not apply to your vehicle due to
model variant, country
specifications, special equipment or
accessories.
Important information on
operation and traffic safety
9 Warning
The Infotainment system has to be
used so that the vehicle can be
driven safely at all times. If in doubt
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stop your vehicle and operate the
Infotainment system while the
vehicle is stationary.
Radio reception
Radio reception may be disrupted by
static, noise, distortion or loss of
reception due to
■ changes in distance from the
transmitter,
■ multi-path reception due to
reflection,
■ shadowing.
Theft-deterrent feature
The Infotainment system is equipped
with an electronic security system for
the purpose of theft deterrent.
The Infotainment system therefore
functions only in your vehicle and is
worthless for a thief.
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Control elements
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1
e knob ................................. 92
91
7
SOUND ................................. 99
13 TP ....................................... 107
8
Traffic programme ............... 107
14 j Eject CD .......................... 115
Turn: adjust volume .............. 92
TUNER ................................ 102
Sound function
programme selection ............ 99
BC ......................................... 90
Switch between FM and AM 102
9
On-board computer ............... 90
1...9 ..................................... 102
3
If DAB receiver is
connected: Switch
between analogue and
digital reception ................... 102
MEDIA ................................. 115
Radio: number buttons,
station buttons .................... 102
10 Audio/MP3 CD slot .............. 115
11 SETTINGS ............................ 92
4
Switch between audio
sources (except radio) ........ 115
MAIN ..................................... 92
5
Main menu ............................ 92
Multifunction knob ................. 92
Briefly press: switch on/off
Infotainment system .............. 92
2
Turn: select function .............. 92
6
Press: confirm function ......... 92
INFO ..................................... 92
Information page ................... 92
Context-depending
settings .................................. 92
12 Rocker switch ...................... 115
Radio: mn automatic
station search, dc manual
station search (not DAB) ..... 102
CD, USB, iPod: mn
track selection/fast
forward/fast rewind, dc
album selection (not iPod),
c repeat track, d scan CD/
USB (not iPod) .................... 115
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Steering wheel audio controls
Radio: discontinue TA and
PTY31 messages ................ 102
4
If a DAB receiver is
connected: changing
between analogue and
digital reception ................... 102
d button ............................... 102
Radio: search up, scroll
forwards through station
memory ............................... 102
1
Discontinue TA and
PTY31 messages ............... 102
Thumbwheel ......................... 92
Turn: Move cursor ................. 92
2
Press: confirm a selection ..... 92
q button ............................. 102
3
Radio: next stored station ... 102
p button ............................ 115
5
CD, USB, iPod: Skip one
track forwards, fast forward . 115
c button ............................... 102
Radio: search down, scroll
back through station
memory ............................... 102
Discontinue TA and
PTY31 messages ............... 102
Switch between audio
sources ............................... 115
6
CD, USB, iPod: Skip one
track backwards, fast
reverse station memory ...... 115
Turn: adjust volume .............. 90
Operation
Control elements
The Infotainment system is operated
via function buttons, multifunctional
knobs and menus that are shown on
the display.
Inputs are made optionally via:
■ the central control unit in the
instrument panel 3 90
■ controls on the steering wheel
3 90.
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off
Press the e knob.
The audio source last set is played.
Switching on and off with the ignition
key (automatic switch-on)
If the automatic switch-on is enabled,
the Infotainment system can also be
switched off and on again via the
ignition.
This link between the radio and
ignition is preset in the factory, but this
can be disabled.
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■ If the automatic switch-on is
disabled, the Infotainment system
can only be switched on with the
e switch and with the j button for
CD ejection and off with the e
button.
■ If the Infotainment system is
switched off when the ignition is
switched off, regardless of the
current setting of the automatic
switch-on, it can only be switched
on via the e button and with the
j button for CD ejection.
■ The automatic start is always
enabled after the Infotainment
system has been disconnected
from the operating voltage and reconnected.
Enable/Disable Ignition Logic
In the main menu press SETTINGS
button.
The system Settings menu is
displayed.
Enable/disable Ignition logic tick box.
Enabled: on the right side of the
display the message appears "Turn
on/off Radio via Ignition logic".
Disabled: on the right side of the
display the message appears "Turn
on Radio via ON/OFF button only".
Automatic switch-off
The Infotainment system switches
itself off automatically after one hour
if you switch it on with the ignition off.
Setting the volume
Turn the e knob.
■ The Infotainment system plays at
the volume last set, provided the
volume was below the maximum
switch-on volume 3 100.
■ Traffic announcements and
external audio sources are inserted
at a preset minimum volume
3 100.
■ If the respective source is enabled,
the volume of the traffic
announcements, the external audio
sources and the radio and CD can
be adjusted separately.
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Speed dependent volume control
(SDVC)
When SDVC is activated 3 100, the
volume is adapted automatically to
make up for the road and wind noise
when driving.
External source
An external source, e.g. a mobile
phone or a navigation system, can be
connected to the Infotainment
system.
In this case External In appears in the
display.
We recommend having appliances
installed by a Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer.
AUX input
An external audio source, e.g. a
portable CD player, can be connected
via the AUX input of your vehicle.
Stereo sound from this source is
played back via the loudspeakers of
the Infotainment system.
Location of AUX input connector
3 119.
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For the best possible audio quality,
the external audio source should be
set to maximum volume. On units with
line-out, the output signal is available
at a fixed audio level and cannot be
changed.
To avoid overriding the AUX input, the
effective output voltage of the
external audio source must be lower
than 1.5 V.
Selection pages
Feature pages
Menu concept
Selection pages have a selection
menu with a preview of each menu
item on the left margin of the screen.
Selection pages lead you to feature or
settings pages.
The Audio menu is an example of a
selection page.
Feature pages are menu pages
where you stay, e.g. when listening to
the radio or a CD.
Feature pages also have menu items
that can be executed and that will lead
to further feature or settings pages.
The radio menu is an example of a
feature page.
The menu structure of the
Infotainment system consists of
different types of menu pages:
■ Selection pages
■ Feature pages
■ Settings pages
The different pages have different
functionalities:
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Settings pages
Selecting from a menu
Select the menu item.
■ In some menus, settings are made
by turning the multifunction knob.
■ Active functions are identified by a
ticked box or a selected option field
in front of the menu item.
■ Functions, which are switched off,
are identified by an unticked box or
an empty option field in front of the
menu item.
Settings pages are menu pages
where settings can be made, e.g.
sound settings, etc.
The CD Extras menu is an example of
a settings page.
The items within a menu are selected
by using a cursor moved by turning
the multifunction knob. The cursor
has the shape of a frame (bar). The
cursor indicates which menu item is
being selected.
Turn the multifunction knob until the
desired menu item is marked.
Press the multifunction knob.
The associated function is performed
or another menu is displayed.
■ In the following chapters of the
operating instructions, the requests
for action described above are
summarised into the following
request for action:
Selecting from a list
Menu levels
The menus of the Infotainment
system are divided into levels. The
current menu level is shown by
vertical lines at the edge of the screen
(e.g. main display = no line, feature
page radio = 1 line, etc.).
Some menus are displayed in the
form of lists.
Move cursor up or down by turning
the multifunction knob.
Press the multifunction knob to
confirm your selection.
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In the following chapters of the
operating instructions, the requests
for action described above are
summarised into the following
request for action:
Select the desired list item.
■ If you move the cursor to the top or
bottom area of the display, other list
items appear. A scroll-bar on the
right edge of the display indicates
the current cursor position in the
list.
■ The last list item selected is marked
with an arrow in some lists.
■ The name of the list and the number
of items in it are displayed above
the list.
You have to confirm some of the popups (e.g. traffic announcements
during a telephone conversation),
others will automatically disappear
after a short period.
In CD mode, for example, the traffic
station is displayed during a traffic
announcement when TP is active.
Selecting the main menu
Press the multifunction knob.
The main menu is displayed.
Or:
Repeat the following steps until the
main menu is displayed:
Turn the multifunction knob to the left
until menu item Return is displayed
on the title bar.
Press the multifunction knob.
Selecting the radio menu
Press TUNER button.
The radio menu is displayed.
Pop-up menus
In certain cases the display shows
additional notes and information of
the Infotainment system or other
vehicle components as a pop-up.
For this purpose, the currently
displayed menu is overlaid with the
pop-up.
To access the main menu, proceed
as follows:
Press MAIN button.
The main menu is displayed.
Or:
Turn the multifunction knob to the
right until menu item Main appears in
the footer.
The station last tuned in to is
displayed.
You will hear the last station tuned in.
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Selecting the CD menu
Press MEDIA button once or
repeatedly until the CD menu is
displayed.
If no CD is inserted, a corresponding
message is displayed.
The last CD track played is displayed.
You will hear the last CD track played.
Selecting the Audio menu
In the Audio menu, change between
the wavebands FM, AM, DAB (if
available) and CD, USB, AUX to
access the Sound menu.
To select the Audio menu, proceed as
follows:
In the radio, audio source or Sound
menus:
Turn the multifunction knob to the left
until menu item Return is displayed
on the title bar.
Press the multifunction knob.
The Audio menu is displayed.
Selecting the Sound menu
Press SOUND button.
The Sound menu is displayed.
Leaving a menu
There are two ways to leave a menu:
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Leaving a menu with the multifunction
knob
Turn the multifunction knob to the left
until menu item Return is displayed
on the title bar.
Press the multifunction knob.
The next higher-ranking menu is
displayed.
This option is not available in the main
menu.
Or:
Turn the multifunction knob to the
right until menu item Main is
displayed on the bottom bar.
Press the multifunction knob.
The main menu is displayed.
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This option is not available in lists,
input menus and the main menu.
Using the function buttons to exit from
menu
You can use the MEDIA, TUNER,
SETTINGS, SOUND or MAIN
function buttons to exit from a menu.
■ Press MEDIA button.
An audio source menu is displayed.
■ Press TUNER button.
The radio menu is displayed.
■ Press SETTINGS button.
The Settings menu is displayed.
Menus opened via the SETTINGS
button can also be left via that
button.
■ Press SOUND button.
The Sound menu is displayed.
■ Press MAIN button.
The main menu is displayed.
Main menu
The main menu is the display which
only provides information. Three
different main menu views can be
selected: audio, Mobile phone portal
and on-board computer.
To enter the main menu, proceed as
described above.
The following information can be
displayed:
On-board computer information
Display of on-board computer
information, which was selected with
the BC button. See your car owner’s
manual.
Mobile phone portal information
Display of the information provided if
a Mobile phone portal is fitted. See
operating instructions for Mobile
phone portal.
Audio information
Display of the following audio
information:
■ Current station memory slot.
■ Current station name or station
frequency, album name, track
name and artist name or track
number and track time.
■ If the analogue radio is enabled,
FM, AM or FMDAB is displayed
3 102.
■ If the digital radio is enabled,
DABFM or DAB plus the name of
the ensemble and the service are
displayed 3 111.
■ If the Regional function is enabled,
REG is displayed 3 107.
■ If the AS-memory is enabled, AS
will be displayed 3 105.
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■ The programme name is indicated
if the RDS function is active
3 107.
■ If traffic announcements are
enabled, [TP] or [ ] will be displayed
3 107.
■ If a CD is inserted, CD in will be
displayed. If a CD with MP3 music
files is being played, MP3 is also
displayed 3 115.
■ If Random CD, Random USB or
Random Album is enabled g is
displayed 3 115.
■ If Repeat Track is enabled i is
displayed 3 115.
■ If Scan CD or Scan USB is enabled
k is displayed 3 115.
Outside Temperature
Indication of the current outside
temperature. See your car owner’s
manual.
Time
Display of the current time. See your
car owner’s manual.
Information on the climate control
system
See car owner’s manual.
Tone settings
In the Sound menu, which is called up
via the SOUND button, the following
menu items are listed:
■ Treble and Bass
■ Balance and Fader
■ Sound
Setting Treble and Bass
The settings apply to the currently
selected audio source and are stored
separately for each available
waveband and audio source.
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1. Select the menu items Treble or
Bass.
2. Turn the multifunction knob until
the desired value is set.
3. Press the multifunction knob.
4. If desired: select Treble or Bass.
5. Proceed as described above.
Bass tones are automatically
adjusted to the driving speed to
compensate for rolling and ambient
noise. The setting cannot be
changed.
Setting the volume distribution
between right - left or front - rear
1. Select the menu items Balance or
Fader.
2. Turn the multifunction knob until
the desired value is set.
3. Press the multifunction knob.
4. If desired: select Balance or
Fader.
5. Proceed as described above.
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Sound
If you prefer a preset sound style
there are five options to select from.
Select menu item Sound.
The following options are available:
User (user-defined sound colour),
Jazz, Speech, Pop, Classic and
Rock.
Activate the desired sound style.
Volume settings
The Volumes menu can be called up
from the radio or audio source menus.
Press SETTINGS button.
Select menu item Volumes.
The Volumes menu is displayed.
The following menu items are
available:
■ TA Volume: Volume of traffic
announcements
■ SDVC: Speed Dependent Volume
Control
■ Start-up volume: Maximum volume
when the Infotainment system is
switched on
■ External In: Volume of an external
source (for example when
connecting a mobile telephone)
■ Aux volume: Volume of an external
audio source (for example when
connecting a CD player)
TA Volume
Use this function to adjust the volume
of traffic announcements.
Select menu item TA Volume.
Turn the multifunction knob until the
desired value is set.
Press the multifunction knob.
SDVC
To compensate for ambient and
rolling noise, the Infotainment
system’s volume is adjusted to the
speed of the vehicle. You can use the
SDVC function to adjust the speeddependent volume.
Select menu item SDVC.
Turn the multifunction knob until the
desired value is set.
Press the multifunction knob.
Start-up volume
Select menu item Start-up volume.
Turn the multifunction knob until the
desired value is set.
Press the multifunction knob.
■ When switched on, the
Infotainment system starts with the
volume last selected if that volume
is below the maximum volume for
switch-on.
■ When switched on, the
Infotainment system starts with the
maximum volume for switch-on if
that volume is below the volume
last selected.
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External In
Use this function to adjust the volume
of external sources such as a mobile
phone.
Select menu item External In.
Turn the multifunction knob until the
desired value is set.
Press the multifunction knob.
Aux volume
Use this function to adjust the volume
of external audio sources such as a
CD player.
Select menu item Aux volume.
Turn the multifunction knob until the
desired value is set.
Press the multifunction knob.
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Radio
Usage
Radio mode
Usage ........................................ 102
Station search ............................ 102
Autostore lists ............................ 105
Radio data system (RDS) .......... 107
Digital audio broadcasting ......... 111
Switch from another mode to radio
mode as shown below:
Press TUNER button.
The Audio menu is displayed.
Select waveband FM, AM or DAB (if
available).
The station last selected on the
waveband is heard and displayed.
It is possible to choose between FM/
AM (analogue radio) and DAB (digital
radio, if available) by pressing the
TUNER button.
Station search
Station menu
You are listening to the station last
tuned in.
Selecting a waveband for radio
mode
You are listening to the station last
tuned in.
In the radio menu turn the
multifunction knob to the left until
menu item Return is displayed on the
title bar.
Press the multifunction knob.
Starting in the radio menu proceed as
follows to access the Station menu:
Select menu item Station.
Radio
The Station menu contains the
following areas:
In the upper area, stored stations can
be called up.
In the lower area, all other receivable
stations can be called up.
Using the menu item Update
stations in the centre area a new
station search is started.
Calling up stored or receivable
stations using the Station menu
Move the cursor in the list of memory
slots (upper area) or in the list of
receivable stations (lower area).
The station currently tuned in is
marked with an arrow.
Select the station desired.
The new station tuned in is marked
with an arrow.
You will hear the newly tuned-in
station.
Update list of stations
The list of receivable stations is
updated automatically. The
performance of the station list update
varies depending on the waveband
set.
Select menu item Update stations
(centre area).
For analogue radio reception (FM or
AM):
Memory... is displayed.
The radio is muted during searching.
If the search has ended, the first
station on the updated station list will
be played.
For digital radio reception (DAB):
The entire waveband is displayed.
The list of stations reappears after the
search. The first station on the
updated list is played and is marked
with an arrow.
For digital radio (DAB), in addition to
the list of stations, there is also a list
of ensembles 3 111.
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Automatic search
Briefly press the rocker switch m or
n to play the next station in the
station memory.
Or:
Select the menu item j or k in the
radio menu.
With digital radio (DAB), you can also
search for ensembles 3 111.
Or (only FM/AM):
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■ After releasing the rocker switch,
the next receivable station is
automatically tuned in.
■ If the radio cannot find a station, it
switches automatically to a more
sensitive search level. If it still
cannot find a station, the last
frequency active will be set.
Keep the rocker switch m or n
pressed until Seek is displayed.
Or (only FM/AM):
Set RDS to Off 3 107.
Select the menu item j or k in the
radio menu, and keep the
multifunction knob pressed until
Seek is displayed.
The radio is muted until a station is
found.
■ If you know the frequency of the
desired station, then keep the
rocker switch m or n pressed
until the frequency is almost
reached.
Station search with the multifunction
knob
The station search with the
multifunction knob is started from the
radio menu.
Manual station search
The manual station search is used to
tune in to stations of known
frequencies.
Station search with the rocker switch
(only FM/AM)
Keep the rocker switch c or d pressed
until the desired frequency is
reached.
■ Coarse tuning:
Keep the rocker switch c or d
pressed until the desired frequency
is almost reached.
■ Fine tuning:
Tap on the rocker switch c or d
repeatedly until the exact frequency
is reached.
In the FM or AM waveband, proceed
as follows:
Select menu item Manual.
In the DAB waveband, proceed as
follows:
Select menu item Extras and then
menu item Manual.
The following applies to all
wavebands:
A slider with the entire waveband is
displayed.
Radio
The frequency last tuned into is
displayed.
Turn the multifunction knob until the
exact frequency is reached.
You will hear the newly tuned-in
station.
Press the multifunction knob.
The radio menu is displayed.
The newly tuned-in station is
displayed.
Station memory
Separate memory slots are available
for each wavelength (FM, AM, DAB):
9 memory slots are available for each
of the following wavelenght:
FM, FM-AS (automatically stored FM
stations), AM, AM-AS (automatically
stored AM stations), DAB and DABAS (automatically stored digital
stations).
The memory slots can be selected
directly in the respective wavelength
via the station buttons or via the list of
stations.
Manual Storing
To store stations manually, the radio
needs to be in normal mode (not AS
mode).
RDS on or RDS off are stored
together with the station.
Two options are available for manual
station storing:
Tune in to the desired station.
Keep the station button pressed on
which the tuned-in station is to be
stored.
The radio is muted for a short while
and displays the station previously
stored in the memory slot.
The station tuned-in is audible again
and is displayed.
The station is stored in the desired
memory slot.
Or:
In the radio menu set the station
required.
Select menu item Store.
A list of all stored stations is
displayed.
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Select the memory slot required.
The radio menu is displayed.
The new memory slot is displayed.
The station is stored in the desired
memory slot.
Autostore lists
Autostore (AS)
Automatic storing (AS) of any
receivable station is possible in all
wavebands. These stations are
stored in a separate AS memory.
To automatically store stations, the
radio needs to be in AS mode, see
further below.
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Radio
In the radio menu enable/disable on
standby for traffic announcements if
desired 3 107.
Select menu item Autostore.
The entire waveband is displayed.
The automatic station storing is
started.
The 9 best receivable stations in the
selected waveband are stored to
memory slots 1 to 9.
After the stations have been stored,
the desired station can be selected by
pressing the appropriate station
button or in the station menu 3 102.
RDS is switched on automatically
when automatic storing is enabled.
First, all receivable RDS stations are
stored.
If on standby for traffic announcement
is switched on prior to or during
automatic storing, the radio will select
a memory slot with a traffic
announcement station on completion
of the automatic station search.
If on standby for traffic announcement
is switched on during automatic
storing, then the automatic station
search will remain active until at least
one traffic programme is found.
Switching between AS and
normal mode
Switching to AS mode
If the Autostore menu item is not
available in the radio menu, proceed
as follows:
Select menu item Extras.
The corresponding waveband
specific Extras menu is displayed.
Select menu item AS level.
The radio switches to the AS mode of
the selected waveband.
The radio menu appears on the
display, the menu item Autostore is
listed there.
Switching to normal mode
If the Autostore menu item is listed in
the radio menu, proceed as follows:
Select menu item Extras.
The corresponding waveband
specific Extras menu is displayed.
Radio
Calling up a station via station button
You are listening to the station last
tuned in.
Select the desired station with a
station button.
Calling up stations with the menu
To call up stations via a menu 3 102.
Select menu item FM level, AM level
or DAB Level (if available).
The radio switches to the normal
mode for the selected waveband.
The radio menu appears on the
display, the menu item Store is listed
there.
Storing new stations with AS
If you drive out of the reception area
of a stored station, new stations need
to be stored.
Calling up a station
The desired waveband and the
desired mode need to be active
3 102.
Radio data system (RDS)
RDS is a service of FM stations that
considerably facilitates the finding of
the desired station and its fault-free
reception.
Advantages of RDS
■ On the display the programme
name of the set station appears
instead of its frequency.
■ On station search the Infotainment
system tunes in to RDS stations
only.
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■ The Infotainment system always
tunes into the best receivable
broadcasting frequency of the set
station by means of AF (Alternative
Frequency).
■ Depending on the station that is
received the Infotainment system
displays radio text that can contain,
for example, information about the
current programme.
RDS is only possible on the FM band.
This function is set in the radio menu.
Press SETTINGS button.
The audio settings menu is displayed.
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Radio
Switching RDS on/off
If you switch RDS on, the RDS
functions are enabled and only RDS
stations are sought during the
automatic station search.
If you switch RDS off, the RDS
functions will be disabled and the
automatic station search will not only
look for RDS stations.
Select menu item RDS.
Select the option field On or Off.
If the RDS function is switched on, the
programme name of an RDS station
is displayed.
If the RDS function is not switched on,
the frequency of an RDS station is
displayed.
Automatic RDS
Use this function to ensure that the
RDS function is enabled even when
RDS is disabled. However, the
automatic station search will also
respond to non-RDS stations.
This function is only applied if RDS is
switched off.
Select menu item RDS.
Enable/disable the Automatic tick
box.
Programme type (PTY)
Many RDS stations transmit a PTY
code describing the type of
programme broadcast (e. g. news).
The PTY code allows selection of
stations by programme type.
■ Programme type and station
selection is only possible in the FM
waveband.
■ This function is set in the radio
menu.
Programme type selection
You are listening to the station last
tuned in.
Select menu item Extras.
Select menu item PTY selection.
Several programme types such as
e. g. News or Sport are available.
Select the desired programme type.
The radio menu appears on the
display and PTY Search is displayed.
The station last found is displayed.
You will hear the station found.
Programme type station list
You can make your choice from a list
of all the receivable stations with their
programme type.
You are listening to the station last
tuned in.
Select menu item Extras.
Select menu item PTY stations.
The PTY station list with the
receivable stations and your selected
programme types is displayed.
Radio
If no PTY station can be received, No
station available is displayed. Select
this message to access the radio
menu.
Select the station desired.
The new station tuned in is marked
with an arrow.
You will hear the station found.
■ Regionalisation is only possible in
the FM waveband.
■ The RDS function must be switched
on.
■ This function is set in the radio
menu.
Press SETTINGS button.
Select menu item REG.
Three option fields are available for
regionalisation.
Regional programmes
Some RDS stations transmit different
regional programmes over different
frequencies at certain times.
On
The radio remains tuned to the
regional programme while seeking
the best receivable station frequency.
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Off
The radio allows switching to another
regional programme.
Automatic
The radio remains tuned to the
regional programme while seeking
the transmission frequency with the
strongest reception (AF) for a radio
programme until the programme can
no longer be received without
interference.
If the reception quality of the regional
programme is no longer sufficient for
interference-free reception, the radio
switches to another regional
programme.
Switching regionalisation on, off,
automatic
Select menu item REG.
Select the option field Automatic / On /
Off.
Traffic programme (TP)
Traffic programme stations are FM
RDS stations which broadcast traffic
news.
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Radio
Traffic stations can be recognised by
the TP symbol in the display.
Switching traffic programme on/off
■ If on standby for traffic
announcement is enabled, [TP] or
[ ] is displayed in the upper display
line.
■ If the current station is a traffic
programme station, [TP] appears in
the upper line of the display.
■ This function is set with the TP
button.
Press TP button to enable/disable
on standby for traffic
announcement.
If on standby for traffic
announcement is enabled, [ ] is
displayed. If on standby for traffic
announcement is disabled, [ ] is not
displayed.
Or:
Press SETTINGS button.
The audio settings menu is displayed.
Keep the rocker switch m or n
pressed until Seek is displayed.
The radio only searches for traffic
programme stations.
Enable/disable the TP tick box.
If on standby for traffic announcement
is enabled, [ ] is displayed.
If on standby for traffic announcement
is disabled, [ ] is not displayed.
■ If on standby for traffic
announcement is switched on, then
playback of an audio source or DAB
reception are interrupted during a
traffic announcement.
■ Traffic announcements are played
at the preset traffic announcement
volume 3 100.
Traffic programme station search
This function is only possible within
the FM waveband.
Enable the TP tick box.
Hearing traffic announcements only
Being on standby for traffic
announcements must be enabled.
Turn the knob e to the left to reduce
the volume to zero.
Deactivating traffic announcements
To switch off a traffic announcement,
e. g. during playback of an audio
source, proceed as follows:
Press TP button.
The traffic announcement is stopped.
On standby for traffic announcement
remains switched on.
Traffic announcement while an
external source is active
The external source (e. g. mobile
phone) has priority over traffic
announcements. However, if
necessary you can hear a traffic
Radio
announcement. To do this, on
standby for traffic announcements
must be enabled.
During the phone call the radio or
audio source are muted.
External In and [TP] appear on the
display.
Information on traffic announcements
in DAB mode 3 111.
During a traffic announcement the
message A traffic message is just
received is displayed.
The phone call is not interrupted.
Select menu item Reject to reject the
traffic announcement.
Select menu item Accept to listen to
the traffic announcement.
Digital audio broadcasting
Digital audio broadcasting (DAB) is
an innovative and universal
broadcast system.
DAB stations are indicated by the
programme name instead of the
broadcasting frequency.
General information
■ With DAB, several radio
programmes (services) can be
broadcast on a single frequency
(ensemble).
■ As long as a given DAB receiver
can pick up the signal sent out by a
broadcasting station (even if the
signal is very weak), sound
reproduction is ensured.
■ There is no fading (weakening of
the sound) that is typical of AM or
FM reception. The DAB signal is
reproduced at a constant volume.
■ If the DAB signal is too weak to be
picked up by the receiver, reception
is interrupted completely. This can
be avoided by activating DAB AF
and/or DABFM in the DAB settings
menu.
■ Interference caused by stations
that are on nearby frequencies (a
phenomenon that is typical of AM
and FM reception) does not occur
with DAB.
■ If the DAB signal is reflected by
natural obstacles or buildings, the
reception quality of DAB is
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improved, whereas AM or FM
reception is considerably impaired
in such cases.
■ The radio is also capable of
reveicing DAB+ and DMB-Audio.
Ensembles
Several programmes are always
combined into a so-called ensemble
on a frequency.
Scrolling through ensembles
You can scroll through ensembles
which you have already received
once (the ensembles need to be
receivable).
Press the rocker switch c or d.
The previous or next occupied
memory level appears briefly on the
display.
After that the ensemble stored on the
memory level and its first available
programme are displayed.
The first available programme of the
ensemble is played.
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Radio
Selecting an ensemble
You can select ensembles directly
which you have already received
once (the ensemble needs to be
receivable).
This function is set in the radio menu.
Select the arrow next to the ensemble
name.
Select the desired ensemble.
The radio menu is displayed.
The desired ensemble and its first
available programme are displayed.
The first available programme of the
ensemble is played.
Automatic ensemble search
Keep rocker switch c or d pressed
until the ensemble search starts.
The radio is muted until an ensemble
is found.
The first available programme of the
ensemble is played.
Or:
This function is set in the radio menu.
Select the arrow next to the ensemble
name.
Select menu item Search available
ensembles.
The DAB Ensemble menu is
displayed.
The entire waveband is displayed.
The automatic ensemble search
starts.
After going through the wavelength,
the system changes back to the
ensemble list.
You will hear the program available
from the first ensemble. This is
marked with an arrow.
DAB menu
DAB menu functions are set in the
radio menu.
Press SETTINGS button.
The audio settings menu is displayed.
The following menu items are
available in the DAB menu:
DABFM
You can define that when the DAB
signal is too weak to be picked up by
the receiver, the system switches
over to a corresponding FM station (if
available) of the active DAB
programme.
Select menu item DAB.
Enable/disable the DABFM tick box to
change the setting.
DAB AF
You can define that when you drive
into another ensemble area, the
same station is received as in the
previous ensemble area.
Radio
This function can only be performed if
the station is included in the new
ensemble.
Select menu item DAB.
Enable/disable the DAB AF tick box
to change the setting.
Radio text
Some DAB stations additionally
broadcast information (e. g. news) as
text on the display.
■ Radio text is only available in the
DAB waveband.
■ Not all stations broadcast radio text
continuously.
9 Warning
Since the display of radio texts
may distract you from the road,
you should use the DAB radio text
function only when the vehicle is
stationary.
Select menu item DAB.
Enable/disable the Radio text tick
box.
To display the first 20 to 25 characters
of the radio text: press the INFO
button.
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CD Player
CD Player
General information ................... 114
Usage ........................................ 115
General information
You can play standard commercial
CDs with a diameter of 12 cm with this
unit. CDs with a diameter of 8 cm can
only be played with an adapter.
Caution
Under no circumstances place
DVDs, single-CDs with a diameter
of 8 cm or shaped CDs in the audio
player.
You must not put any stickers on
CDs. These discs can get jammed
in the CD drive and ruin the drive.
An expensive replacement of the
device will then be necessary.
■ The format of the CD must be
ISO 9660 Level 1, Level 2 or
JOLIET. All other formats cannot be
played back reliably.
■ Audio CDs with copy protection,
which are not in compliance with
the audio CD standard, may not
play correctly or not at all.
■ You can also use the Infotainment
system to play CDs containing MP3
music data and Mixed Mode CDs.
■ Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
are more vulnerable to mishandling
than prerecorded CDs. Correct
handling, especially in the case of
self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs,
must be ensured. See below.
■ Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
may not play correctly or not at all.
In such cases it is not the
equipment that is at fault.
■ Avoid leaving fingerprints when you
change CDs.
■ Put CDs back in their sleeves
immediately after removing them
from the CD player in order to
protect them from damage and dirt.
■ Dirt and liquids on CDs can smear
the lens of the CD player inside the
device and cause faults.
■ Protect CDs from heat and direct
sunlight.
■ The following restrictions apply for
data stored on an MP3 CD:
CD Player
When naming albums and tracks,
umlauts or special characters
should not be included.
Applicable playlist extensions:
"m3u" or "pls".
When generating (coding) the MP3
files from audio data, a bitrate of up
to max. 256 kbit/s should be used.
To use MP3 files in the Infotainment
system, the MP3 files must have
the file extension ".mp3".
■ A total of 65535 playable tracks can
be stored on one CD. It will not be
possible to play any additional
tracks.
■ A maximum of 253 albums can be
saved on an MP3 CD for use with
the Infotainment System. The
albums can be selected individually
with the Infotainment system.
Do not prevent or assist the CD being
drawn in.
In the upper area of the display CD
in appears for audio CDs, with an
additional MP3 for MP3 CDs and the
CD name for text CDs.
Depending on the type of CD,
different CD information is displayed
in the CD menu. Text information only
appears if Show title is switched on in
the Extras menu, see below
"Activating/deactivating CD text".
CD playback
Track selection
Switch from another audio mode or
the radio mode to the CD mode as
follows:
A CD is inserted.
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times until the CD menu is
displayed.
Usage
Inserting a CD
Insert the CD into the CD slot.
The CD is automatically drawn in.
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You’re listening to the CD.
For audio CDs, the track is selected
within the CD, for MP3 and Mixed
mode CDs within the album selected.
You’re listening to a track.
Tap on the rocker switch m or n
repeatedly until the desired track is
displayed.
The track required is played.
Or:
In the CD menu turn the multifunction
knob until menu item j or k is
marked.
Press the multifunction knob
repeatedly until the desired track is
displayed.
The track required is played.
Or:
In the CD menu select menu item
Track.
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CD Player
A list of all tracks is displayed.
The track currently being played is
marked with an arrow.
Select the track required.
The CD menu is displayed.
The newly selected track is displayed
and played.
Fast search forwards/
backwards
To find a certain point on a CD,
proceed as follows:
You’re listening to a track.
Keep rocker switch m or n pressed
until you reach the point you want.
The CD player plays the CD at
increased speed and reduced
volume.
The fast search is not audible with
MP3 tracks.
Or:
In the CD menu select the menu item
__ or 66.
The CD changer plays the CD at
increased speed and reduced
volume.
The fast search is not audible with
MP3 tracks.
Again select menu item __ or 66
when the desired passage is
reached.
Album selection for MP3 or
Mixed CDs
You are listening to a track from an
album.
Press the rocker switch c or d until the
album you want appears on the
display.
You will hear the first track from the
album or CD selected.
Or:
You are in the CD menu.
Select menu item Album.
A CD album list appears on the
display.
The album which has just been
played is marked with an arrow.
Select the album you require.
The CD menu is displayed.
The first track from the newly selected
album is shown on the display.
The newly selected track is played.
CD Extras
In the CD menu select the Extras
menu item.
The CD Extras menu is displayed.
The following option fields are
available in the Extras menu:
Normal
With this option, the subsequent
functions Random CD, Repeat Track
and Scan CD will be deactivated
Random CD (Random)
Audio CD:
When random play is selected for an
audio CD, the tracks on a CD will be
played in random order.
CD Player
MP3 CD:
If there are 5 or fewer albums on an
MP3 CD, 4 tracks per album are
played in random order. If there are
more than 5 albums on the MP3 CD,
1 track respectively is played per
album.
Mixed Mode CD:
On a Mixed Mode CD, the tracks from
the audio part are played first in
random order. Then the tracks from
the MP3 part are played as described
above.
Switching on Random CD
Select the Random CD option field.
The g symbol appears in the
display.
Repeat Track
The CD player repeats the current
track using the Repeat function.
Switching on Repeat Track
A track will be played.
Hold down the rocker switch c until
the i symbol appears in the display.
Repeat On appears in the display for
a few seconds.
This track will be repeated constantly.
Or:
Select the Repeat Track option field.
The i symbol appears in the
display.
This track will be repeated constantly.
Switching off Repeat Track
Hold down the rocker switch c until
the i symbol is no longer displayed.
Repeat Off appears in the display for
a few seconds.
Or:
Select a new track.
Or:
Select the Normal option field.
The i symbol is no longer displayed.
Scan CD
With the Scan CD function, the CD
changer plays each track for 10
seconds.
Switching on Scan CD
A track will be played.
Hold down the rocker switch d until
the k symbol appears in the display.
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Or:
Select the Scan CD option field.
The k symbol appears in the display.
Switching off Scan CD
Hold down the rocker switch d until
the 6⃒ symbol is no longer displayed.
Or:
Select a new track.
Or:
Select the Normal option field.
The CD menu appears in the display.
The k symbol is no longer displayed.
Activating/deactivating CD text
Different information can be
displayed depending on whether CD
text is activated or deactivated.
Activated
= CD name
Track name
Artist name
Album name
Deactivated = Track number
Album name
Playing time
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CD Player
Not all CDs contain CD text. In these
cases, the track numbers and playing
times are always displayed.
Activate/deactivate the Show title
check box.
Traffic announcement in CD mode
Traffic announcements can be
received while a CD is playing. Traffic
programme (TP) 3 107.
A traffic announcement can be
terminated with the TP button and the
current CD will continue to play.
Removing a CD
Press the j button.
The CD is pushed out of the CD slot.
The last station set or the last audio
source played will be played.
If a CD is not removed, it will return to
the player automatically and the
ejection process will be stopped.
AUX input
AUX input
General information
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Usage
General information ................... 119
Usage ........................................ 119
In the centre console in front of the
gearshift lever there is an AUX socket
for the connection of external audio
sources.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
It is possible, for example, to connect
a portable CD player with a 3.5 mm
jack plug to the AUX input.
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times to activate the AUX
mode.
The audio signal of the connected
audio source is now transmitted via
the speakers of the Infotainment
system.
The volume can be adjusted via the
m knob and via the o thumbwheel
on the steering wheel.
To adapt the volume setting to the
requirements of the connected audio
source: 3 100.
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USB port
USB port
General information
General information ................... 120
Playing saved audio files ........... 121
When connected to the USB port,
various functions of the above
devices can be operated via the
controls and menus of the
Infotainment system.
Note
Not all MP3 player, USB drive and
iPod models are supported by the
Infotainment system.
Important information
In the centre console in front of the
gearshift lever there is an USB socket
for the connection of external audio
data sources.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
An MP3 player, USB drive, SD card
(via USB connector/adapter), or iPod
can be connected to the USB port.
■ The external devices connected to
the USB port must comply with the
USB Mass Storage Class
specification (USB MSC).
■ Devices connected via USB are
supported according to USB
Specification V 2.0. Maximum
supported speed: 12 Mbit/s.
■ Only devices with a FAT16/FAT32
file system are supported.
■ Only the first partition on a
connected USB drive is recognised
by the system.
The size of that partition shall not be
greater than 250 GB. Greater size
(up to 1000 GB) may be supported
but that is not guaranteed.
USB port
■ The following file formats can be
used:
ISO9660 Level 1, Level 2, (Romeo,
Joliet).
MP3 and WMA files written in any
format other than listed above may
not play correctly, and their file
names and folder names may not
be displayed correctly.
■ The following restrictions apply for
the data stored on external devices
connected to the USB port:
Maximum file/song number: 5000.
Supported folder structure depth: at
least 8 levels.
WMA files with Digital Rights
Management (DRM) from online
music shops cannot be played.
WMA files can only be played back
safely, if they were created with
Windows Media Player version 9 or
later.
Maximum length of directory name:
28 bytes.
Maximum length of file name: 128
bytes.
Applicable playlist
extensions: .m3u, .pls, .wpl.
Playlist entries must be in the form
of relative paths.
The system attribute for folders/
files that contain audio data must
not be set.
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The operation of audio data sources
connected via USB is the same as
described for an audio MP3 CD
3 115.
iPod
Playing saved audio files
MP3 player, USB drive, SD card
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times to activate the audio
USB mode.
Replay of the audio data stored on the
USB device is started.
Press the MEDIA button once or
several times to activate the iPod
mode.
Replay of the audio data stored on the
iPod is started.
The operation of the iPod connected
via USB is mainly the same as
described for an audio MP3 CD
3 115.
Below only the aspects of operation
that are different/additional are
described.
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USB port
Music browser
Depending on the model/version of
the connected iPod and the data
stored, there are various options for
the selection and playing of tracks.
In the iPod menu select Album to
display a menu with the available
options for music browsing.
Select the desired option for music
browsing.
Depending on the selected option a
further menu for music browsing or
the iPod menu is displayed.
The operating steps for track
selection using the iPod menu items
or the rocker switch buttons m and
n are the same as described for an
audio MP3 CD 3 115.
Note
The rocker switch buttons c and d
have no function if an iPod is
connected.
USB port
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Index
A
Activating CD player................... 115
AM.............................................. 102
AS............................................... 105
Automatic search........................ 102
Automatic switch off...................... 92
Autostore lists............................. 105
AUX input
socket...................................... 119
usage...................................... 119
B
Balance......................................... 99
Bass.............................................. 99
C
Calling up stations...................... 102
CD, eject..................................... 115
CD Extras................................... 115
CD, insert.................................... 115
CD text........................................ 115
D
DAB.................................... 102, 111
DAB menu.................................. 111
DAB radio text............................ 111
Digital audio broadcasting.......... 111
E
Ensemble.................................... 111
External In.................................. 100
F
Fader............................................ 99
FM.............................................. 102
G
General information...................
.......................... 88, 114, 119, 120
I
Ignition logic.................................. 92
L
Leaving a menu............................ 92
M
Main display.................................. 92
Manual station search................ 102
Menu operation............................. 92
Multifunction knob......................... 92
O
Operation ..................................... 92
Overview ...................................... 90
P
Playing saved audio files............ 121
Pop-up menu................................ 92
125
Position......................................... 99
Programme type......................... 107
PTY............................................. 107
R
Radio data system (RDS) .......... 107
Radio text................................... 111
Random...................................... 115
Random album........................... 115
Regional programmes................ 107
Repeat track............................... 115
S
Scan CD..................................... 115
SDVC.......................................... 100
Setting the volume........................ 92
Show title.................................... 115
Sound settings.............................. 99
Speed dependent volume
control (SDVC)........................ 100
Starting CD replay...................... 115
Start-up volume.......................... 100
Station list................................... 102
Station memory.......................... 102
Station menu.............................. 102
Station search............................. 102
Store........................................... 102
Subwoofer.................................... 99
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off......................... 92
T
TA volume.................................. 100
Theft-deterrent feature ................. 89
Tone settings................................ 99
TP............................................... 107
Traffic announcements............... 107
Traffic programme...................... 107
Treble........................................... 99
U
Update stations........................... 102
Usage......................... 102, 115, 119
USB port
important information.............. 120
playing saved audio files......... 121
User.............................................. 99
Using the AUX input................... 119
Using the CD player................... 115
Using the Infotainment system..... 92
Using the USB port..................... 120
V
Volume......................................... 92
Volume settings.......................... 100
126
CD 30 / CD 30 MP3
Introduction ................................ 128
Radio ......................................... 139
CD Player .................................. 146
AUX input ................................... 150
Index .......................................... 152
128
Introduction
Introduction
General information ................... 128
Theft-deterrent feature ............... 129
Overview .................................... 130
Operation ................................... 133
Tone settings ............................. 135
Volume settings ......................... 137
General information
The Infotainment system provides
you with state-of-the-art in-car
infotainment.
The radio has nine automatic station
memories for each waveband: FM,
AM and DAB (if available).
The digital sound processor provides
you with several preset equalizer
modes for sound optimisation.
The integrated CD player will
entertain you with audio CDs and
MP3 CDs.
Furthermore, you can connect an
external source, such as a mobile
phone to the Infotainment system.
An audio source connected to the
AUX input of your vehicle, e.g. a
portable CD player or an MP3 player
can be played back via the
loudspeakers in the Infotainment
system.
In addition the Infotainment system
can be equipped with a Mobile phone
portal.
Optionally, the Infotainment system
can be operated using controls on the
steering wheel.
The well-thought-out design of the
control elements and the clear
displays enable you to control the
system easily and intuitively.
Note
This manual describes all options
and features available for the
various Infotainment systems.
Certain descriptions, including those
for display and menu functions, may
not apply to your vehicle due to
model variant, country
specifications, special equipment or
accessories.
Important information on
operation and traffic safety
9 Warning
The Infotainment system has to be
used so that the vehicle can be
driven safely at all times. If in doubt
Introduction
stop your vehicle and operate the
Infotainment system while the
vehicle is stationary.
Radio reception
Radio reception may be disrupted by
static, noise, distortion or loss of
reception due to
■ changes in distance from the
transmitter,
■ multi-path reception due to
reflection,
■ shadowing.
Theft-deterrent feature
The Infotainment system is equipped
with an electronic security system for
the purpose of theft deterrent.
The Infotainment system therefore
functions only in your vehicle and is
worthless for a thief.
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130
Introduction
Overview
Control elements on instrument panel
Introduction
1
RDS .................................... 141
7
Display programme name
or transmission frequency
of the station ....................... 141
2
Update station list ............... 139
AS ....................................... 140
8
3
Automatic station store ....... 140
TP ....................................... 141
4
Traffic programme ............... 141
REG .................................... 141
5
Regional programme on/off 141
TUNER ................................ 139
6
Switch between FM, AM
and DAB (if available) ......... 139
SOUND ............................... 135
Enter sound settings ........... 135
oe knob ....................... 133
11 n ....................................... 139
Press: Switch on/off
Infotainment system ............ 133
Radio: Page forward in
station memory, manual
and automatic station
search ................................. 139
Turn: Adjust volume ............ 133
MEDIA ................................. 147
CD/MP3 mode .................... 147
Activate/deactivate AS
level ..................................... 140
Display CD/MP3
information .......................... 147
Activate/deactivate
random playback ................ 147
9
131
AUX input: Switch audio
source to the external input 139
SETTINGS .......................... 137
Audio settings ..................... 137
System settings ................... 133
Confirm selection or page
forward in settings menu ..... 133
10 1...9 ..................................... 139
Station buttons .................... 139
CD/MP3: Next track, fast
forward ................................ 147
Change menu values .......... 133
12 Audio/MP3 CD slot .............. 147
13 m ....................................... 135
Radio: Page back in
station memory, manual
and automatic station
search ................................. 139
CD/MP3: Previous track,
fast rewind ........................... 147
Change menu values .......... 133
14 j ......................................... 147
Eject CD .............................. 147
132
Introduction
Steering wheel audio controls
Press: TID: no function ....... 133
2
5
Press: GID: call up/reset
trip computer, select a trip
computer entry .................... 133
q button ............................. 139
Radio: search down, scroll
back through station
memory ............................... 139
CD: Short press: Skip one
track backwards .................. 147
Radio: Next stored station . . 139
CD: Start CD playback ........ 147
1
Thumbwheel ....................... 133
Turn: TID (Triple-InfoDisplay): Manual station
search ................................. 133
Turn: GID (Graphic-InfoDisplay): Previous/next
trip computer entry,
manual station search
(when combined with a trip
computer, turning the
thumbwheel has no radio
function) .............................. 133
3
MP3: Next album ................ 147
p button ............................ 147
4
Switch between radio/CD/
MP3 and AUX mode ........... 147
d button ............................... 139
Radio: search up, scroll
forwards through station
memory ............................... 139
CD: Short press: Skip one
track forwards ..................... 147
CD: Long press: fast
forward ................................ 147
c button ............................... 139
6
CD: Long press: fast rewind 147
o ................................... 133
Turn: adjust volume ............ 133
Hold: adjust volume
continuously ........................ 133
Introduction
The steering wheel remote control
has other functions in conjunction
with the Mobile phone portal, see
chapter for Mobile phone portal.
Operation
Control elements
The Infotainment system is operated
optionally via:
■ the central control unit in the
instrument panel 3 130
■ controls on the steering wheel
3 130.
The operation of the Infotainment
system can vary with the information
display type. There are two different
information displays available: TripleInfo-Display (TID) and Graphic-InfoDisplay (GID). See "Information
displays" in the Owner's manual for
further information.
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off
Press the e knob.
The audio source last set is played.
Switching on and off with the ignition
key (automatic switch-on)
If the automatic switch-on is enabled,
the Infotainment system can also be
switched off and on again via the
ignition.
This link between the radio and
ignition is preset in the factory, but this
can be disabled.
■ If the automatic switch-on is
disabled, the Infotainment system
can only be switched on with the
e button or by inserting a CD and
off with the e button.
■ If the Infotainment system is
switched off when the ignition is
switched off, regardless of the
current setting of the automatic
switch-on it, can only be switched
on via the e button and by inserting
a CD.
■ The automatic start is always
enabled after the Infotainment
system has been disconnected
from the operating voltage and reconnected.
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Enable/Disable Ignition Logic
TID only:
1. Press SETTINGS button to
display Audio.
2. Press n button to display
System.
3. Press SETTINGS button
repeatedly until Ign.Logic ON or
OFF (depending on the current
setting) is displayed.
4. Select the desired status with the
m n buttons.
After a few seconds Audio is
displayed, followed by the relevant
audio source.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
GID only:
1. Press SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
2. Press n button to select
System.
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3. Press SETTINGS button and then
repeatedly n button to select
Ign. logic.
4. Press SETTINGS button to
change the current setting.
After changing the setting:
Press n button and then
SETTINGS button to leave the
Settings menu.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
■ Traffic announcements and
external audio sources are inserted
at a preset minimum volume
3 137.
■ The volume of an audio source
connected via the AUX input can be
adjusted to suit the volumes of the
other audio sources (e.g. radio)
3 137.
■ If the respective source is enabled,
the volume of the traffic
announcements, the external audio
sources and the radio and CD can
be adjusted separately.
Automatic switch-off
The Infotainment system switches
itself off automatically after one hour
if you switch it on with the ignition off.
Speed dependent volume control
(SDVC)
When SDVC is activated 3 137, the
volume is adapted automatically to
make up for the road and wind noise
when driving.
Setting the volume
Turn the o knob.
■ The Infotainment system plays at
the volume last set, provided the
volume was below the maximum
switch-on volume 3 137.
External source
An external source, e.g. a mobile
phone or a navigation system, can be
connected to the Infotainment
system.
The external source is automatically
transferred through via a control
signal from the device connected,
even when the Infotainment system is
off. In this case External In is
displayed.
We recommend having appliances
installed by a Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer.
AUX input
An external audio source, e.g. a
portable CD player, can be connected
via the AUX input of your vehicle.
Stereo sound from this source is
played back via the loudspeakers of
the Infotainment system.
The connector is located in the area
of the centre console.
Always ensure that the AUX input
remains clean and dry.
For the best possible audio quality,
the external audio source should be
set to maximum volume. On units with
line-out, the output signal is available
at a fixed audio level and cannot be
changed.
Introduction
To avoid overriding the AUX input, the
effective output voltage of the
external audio source must be lower
than 1.5 V.
Main display
The main menu is the display that
appears after the Infotainment
system is switched on.
The display varies depending on the
equipment level of the vehicle.
The following information can be
displayed:
Trip computer information
Display of on-board computer
information, see your car owner’s
manual.
Mobile phone portal information
Display of the information provided if
a Mobile phone portal is fitted. See
operating instructions for Mobile
phone portal.
Audio Information
Display of the following audio
information:
■ Current waveband or AUX/CD.
■ Current station name or station
frequency or CD track number or
CD track name.
■ If the Regional function is enabled,
REG is displayed 3 141.
■ If the AS level is enabled, AS will be
displayed 3 140.
■ If the RDS function is enabled,
RDS is displayed 3 141.
■ If traffic announcements are
enabled, [TP] or [ ] will be displayed
3 141.
■ If a CD is inserted, either CD or
CD in will be displayed. If a CD with
MP3 music files is being played,
MP3 is also displayed 3 147.
■ If Random CD is enabled either
RDM or g is displayed 3 147.
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Outside Temperature
Indication of the current outside
temperature. See your car owner’s
manual.
Time
Display of the current time. See your
car owner’s manual.
Information on the climate control
system
See car owner’s manual.
Tone settings
Press the SOUND button to make the
following settings:
■ Fader
■ Balance
■ Bass
■ Treble
■ Sound
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Setting the volume distribution
between front - rear
1. Press SOUND button.
Fader appears on the display.
2. Adjust the value with m or n.
After a few seconds the most
recent display reappears.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
Setting the volume distribution
between right - left
1. Press SOUND button repeatedly
until Balance appears on the
display.
2. Adjust the value with m or n.
After a few seconds the most
recent display reappears.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
Setting Bass and Treble
Make sure that any sound
optimisations (see below "Sound")
are disabled.
1. Press SOUND button repeatedly
until Bass or Treble appear on the
display.
2. Adjust the value with m or n.
After a few seconds the most
recent display reappears.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
Sound
1. Press SOUND button repeatedly
until Sound and the currently set
tone colour or Off appear on the
display.
2. Select a tone colour, e.g. Rock or
Classic, or Off with m or n.
After a few seconds the most
recent display reappears.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
Tone settings in the Settings
menu
Alternatively, the settings for Fader,
Balance and Sound can be changed
in the Settings menu:
1. Press SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
2. Press SETTINGS button
repeatedly until the relevant
function is displayed.
3. Adjust the value or select a tone
colour (see above) with m or n.
After a few seconds the Settings
menu reappears.
4. Press m button and then
SETTINGS button to return to the
most recent display.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
Introduction
Volume settings
Press SETTINGS button.
The following menu items are
available:
■ AUX Vol. AUX input volume, e.g. a
portable CD player
■ TA Volume: Volume of traffic
announcements
■ SDVC: Speed Dependent Volume
Control
■ On Volume: Maximum volume
when the Infotainment system is
switched on
■ Ext. In Vol.: Volume of an external
source (for example when
connecting a mobile telephone)
AUX Vol.
Use this function to adjust the AUX
input level in relation to other audio
sources (e.g. radio). This function is
only available when the AUX audio
source is enabled.
1. Set the external audio source to
maximum volume.
2. Press SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
3. Press SETTINGS button
repeatedly until the relevant
function is displayed.
4. Adjust the value with m or n.
After a few seconds the Settings
menu reappears.
5. Press m button and then
SETTINGS button to return to the
most recent display.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
TA Volume
If the TP function is switched on, the
system increases the volume for
traffic announcements by default.
This function allows setting a
minimum volume for traffic
announcements.
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1. Press SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
2. Press SETTINGS button
repeatedly until the relevant
function is displayed.
3. Adjust the value with m or n.
After a few seconds the Settings
menu reappears.
4. Press m button and then
SETTINGS button to return to the
most recent display.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
The volume is only set to a minimum
for announcements if the current
volume setting is lower than the
minimum announcement volume
selected.
SDVC
To compensate for ambient and
rolling noise, the Infotainment
system’s volume is adjusted to the
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speed of the vehicle. You can use the
SDVC function to adjust the speeddependent volume.
1. Press SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
2. Press the SETTINGS button
repeatedly until the relevant
function is displayed.
3. Adjust the value with m or n.
After a few seconds the Settings
menu reappears.
4. Press m button and then
SETTINGS button to return to the
most recent display.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
On Volume
1. Press SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
2. Press the SETTINGS button
repeatedly until the relevant
function is displayed.
3. Adjust the value with m or n.
After a few seconds the Settings
menu reappears.
4. Press m button and then
SETTINGS button to return to the
most recent display.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
The maximum switch on volume
selected is used only if the volume
prior to switching off was higher than
the maximum switch on volume and
the Infotainment system has been off
for at least five minutes with the
ignition off.
Ext. In Vol.
Use this function to set a minimum
volume of external audio sources
such as a mobile phone.
1. Press SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
2. Press the SETTINGS button
repeatedly until the relevant
function is displayed.
3. Adjust the value with m or n.
After a few seconds the Settings
menu reappears.
4. Press m button and then
SETTINGS button to return to the
most recent display.
Or:
Press one of the function buttons
TUNER or MEDIA to display the
relevant function.
Radio
Radio
Usage ........................................ 139
Station search ............................ 139
Autostore lists ............................ 140
Radio data system (RDS) .......... 141
Digital audio broadcasting ......... 144
Usage
Station search
Radio mode
Station selection, automatic
search
Switch from CD or AUX mode to radio
mode as shown below:
Press TUNER button.
You are listening to the station last
tuned in.
Selecting a waveband
The Infotainment system provides the
following wavebands: FM, AM or DAB
(if available). In addition, each of the
wavebands has an autostore memory
location (AS) where stations can be
automatically stored 3 140.
The radio is on.
Press TUNER button briefly.
The radio switches between FM, FMAS, AM, AM-AS, DAB and DAB-AS.
The station last selected on the
waveband is heard and displayed.
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FM waveband is selected and RDS
3 141 switched on.
Or:
DAB waveband is selected (if
available) and AS 3 140 switched on.
Press m or n to play the next
station in the station memory.
If no station can be found in the
station memory, Seek is displayed
and an automatic search for radio
stations is started.
The radio is muted until a station is
found.
If the radio cannot find a station, it
switches automatically to a more
sensitive search level (not DAB). If it
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Radio
If RDS 3 141 is deactivated in the FM
waveband or the AM waveband is
active, tapping m or n moves the
frequency by on increment.
The station is stored in the desired
memory slot.
RDS on or RDS off 3 141 are stored
together with the station.
The manual station search is used to
tune in to stations of known
frequencies (AM, FM) or ensembles
(DAB).
Keep m or n pressed until MAN is
displayed.
Station memory
FM station list
■ Coarse tuning:
Hold m or n down until the
desired frequency (AM, FM) or
ensemble (DAB) is almost reached.
■ Fine tuning:
Tap m or n until the exact
frequency/ensemble is reached.
Manual storing
Tune in to the desired station.
Keep the station button pressed on
which the tuned-in station is to be
stored.
The radio is muted for a short while
and displays the station previously
stored in the memory slot.
The station tuned-in is audible again
and is displayed.
still cannot find a station, the last
active frequency (FM) or ensemble
(DAB) will be set.
Manual station search
Separate memory slots are available
for each wavelength (FM, AM):
9 memory slots are available for each
of the following wavelength:
FM, FM-AS (automatically stored FM
stations), AM, AM-AS (automatically
stored AM stations), DAB, DAB-AS
(automatically stored DAB stations).
The memory slots can be selected
directly in the respective wavelength
via the station buttons.
The Infotainment system stores all
receivable FM stations in the
background.
The list of receivable stations is
updated automatically if the radio
searches for a TP station 3 141 or an
automatic storage run is performed
using the Autostore (AS) function
3 140.
RDS stations 3 141 are sorted by
radio company in the station list (HR1,
HR2...)
Autostore lists
Activate/deactivate AS level
Tap the AS button.
When the AS level is active, the
display shows AS.
Radio
The AS level can also be activated
and deactivated using the FM/AM
button 3 139.
Autostore (AS)
Automatic storing (AS) of any
receivable station is possible in all
wavebands. These stations are
stored in a separate AS memory.
To automatically store stations,
proceed as follows:
1. Select the required waveband.
2. Enable/disable on standby for
traffic announcements if desired
3 141.
3. Hold down the AS button until you
hear the confirmation signal.
The radio changes over to the AS
level of the selected waveband (FMAS or AM-AS).
The automatic station storing is
started.
The 9 best receivable stations in the
selected waveband are stored to
memory slots 1 to 9.
After the stations have been stored,
the desired station can be selected by
pressing the appropriate station
button.
RDS is switched on automatically
when automatic storing is enabled.
First, all receivable RDS stations are
stored.
If on standby for traffic announcement
is switched on prior to or during
automatic storing, the radio will select
a memory slot with a traffic
announcement station on completion
of the automatic station search.
If on standby for traffic announcement
is switched on during automatic
storing, then the automatic station
search will remain active until at least
one traffic programme is found.
Storing new stations with AS
If you drive out of the reception area
of a stored station, new stations need
to be stored.
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Calling up a station
The desired waveband and the
desired mode need to be active
3 139.
Press the AS button to activate the AS
level.
Select the storage location with the
storage buttons.
Radio data system (RDS)
RDS is a service of FM stations that
considerably facilitates the finding of
the desired station and its fault-free
reception.
Advantages of RDS
■ On the display the programme
name of the set station appears
instead of its frequency.
■ On station search the Infotainment
system tunes in to RDS stations
only.
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Radio
■ The Infotainment system always
tunes into the best receivable
broadcasting frequency of the set
station by means of AF (Alternative
Frequency).
■ Depending on the station that is
received the Infotainment system
displays radio text that can contain,
for example, information about the
current programme.
RDS is only possible on the FM band.
Switching RDS on/off
If RDS is switched on, the RDS
functions are enabled and only RDS
stations are sought during the
automatic station search.
If you switch RDS off, the RDS
functions will be disabled and the
automatic station search will not only
look for RDS stations.
Press the RDS button to activate
RDS.
If the RDS function is switched on,
RDS and the programme name of an
RDS station is displayed.
If the station currently selected is not
an RDS station, the radio searches
automatically for the next receivable
RDS station.
To deactivate RDS, press the RDS
button again.
If the RDS function is not switched on,
the frequency of an RDS station is
displayed, RDS is not displayed.
Automatic RDS
Switch automatic RDS on
(RDS Auto On) to ensure that the
RDS function is enabled even when
RDS is disabled. However, the
automatic station search will also
respond to non-RDS stations.
This function is only applied if RDS is
switched off.
To switch automatic RDS on/off:
Press the RDS button until
RDS Auto On or Off are displayed,
indicating the current state of
automatic RDS.
Release the RDS button to change
the current state.
Programme type (PTY)
Many RDS stations transmit a PTY
code describing the type of
programme broadcast (e.g. news).
The PTY code allows selection of
stations by programme type.
Programme type selection
1. Press the SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
2. Press the SETTINGS button
repeatedly until the relevant
function is displayed.
Radio
3. Select one of the 29 programme
types e.g. News or
Entertainment with m or n.
4. Hold down m or n until the
station search begins.
After station search starts the radio
display appears.
If the radio does not find an
appropriate station, it plays the
station to which the radio was most
recently tuned.
Regional programmes
Some RDS stations transmit different
regional programmes over different
frequencies at certain times.
Switching on/off regionalisation
The RDS function must be switched
on.
Press the REG button briefly to switch
regionalisation on or off.
If regionalisation is switched on,
REG is shown on the display.
The radio remains tuned to the
regional programme while seeking
the best receivable station frequency.
If regionalisation is switched off (no
REG on display), the radio allows
switching to another regional
programme.
Automatic regionalisation
If automatic regionalisation is
switched on (REG Auto On): the radio
remains tuned to the regional
programme while seeking the
transmission frequency with the
strongest reception (AF) for a radio
programme until the programme can
no longer be received without
interference.
If the reception quality of the regional
programme is no longer sufficient for
interference-free reception, the radio
switches to another regional
programme.
To switch automatic regionalisation
on/off:
Press the REG button until
REG Auto On or Off are displayed,
indicating the current state of
automatic regionalisation.
Release the REG button to change
the current state.
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Traffic programme (TP)
Traffic programme stations are FM
RDS stations which broadcast traffic
news.
Traffic stations can be recognised by
the TP symbol in the display.
Switching traffic programme on/off
■ If radio traffic announcement is
enabled, [TP] or [ ] is displayed.
■ If the current station is a traffic
programme station, [TP] appears in
the display.
■ If the current station is a not traffic
programme station, the radio will
automatically search for the traffic
station with the best reception.
[ ] does not appear on the display.
Press the TP button to switch on
TP.
[ ] is displayed.
■ The automatic station search
feature searches only for traffic
announcements.
■ During automatic search or if
reception of a traffic programme is
not possible, [ ] is displayed.
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■ If on standby for traffic
announcement is switched on, then
CD playback or DAB reception are
interrupted during a traffic
announcement.
■ Traffic announcements are played
at the preset traffic announcement
volume 3 137.
Press the TP button again to switch
TP off.
[ ] is no longer displayed.
Traffic programme station search
This function is only possible within
the FM waveband.
Keep the m or n pressed for
approximately 1 second.
The radio only searches for traffic
programme stations.
Hearing traffic announcements only
Being on standby for traffic
announcements must be enabled.
Turn the knob o to the left to
reduce the volume to zero.
Traffic announcements are played at
the preset volume for traffic
announcement 3 137.
Deactivating traffic announcements
To switch off a traffic announcement,
e.g. during CD playback, proceed as
follows:
Press TP button.
The traffic announcement is stopped.
The most recent CD/MP3 track plays.
On standby for traffic announcement
remains switched on.
Traffic announcement whilst an
external source is active
The external source (e.g. mobile
phone) has priority over traffic
announcements.
During the phone call no traffic
announcement will be heard or
displayed.
Digital audio broadcasting
Digital audio broadcasting (DAB) is
an innovative and universal
broadcast system.
DAB stations are indicated by the
programme name instead of the
broadcasting frequency.
General information
■ With DAB, several radio
programmes (services) can be
broadcast on a single frequency
(ensemble).
■ As long as a given DAB receiver
can pick up the signal sent out by a
broadcasting station (even if the
signal is very weak), sound
reproduction is ensured.
■ There is no fading (weakening of
the sound) that is typical of AM or
FM reception. The DAB signal is
reproduced at a constant volume.
■ If the DAB signal is too weak to be
picked up by the receiver, reception
is interrupted completely. This can
be avoided by activating DAB AF
and/or DAB FM in the audio
settings menu.
■ Interference caused by stations
that are on nearby frequencies (a
phenomenon that is typical of AM
and FM reception) does not occur
with DAB.
Radio
■ If the DAB signal is reflected by
natural obstacles or buildings, the
reception quality of DAB is
improved, whereas AM or FM
reception is considerably impaired
in such cases.
■ The radio is also capable of
reveicing DAB+ and DMB-Audio.
Ensemble
Several programmes are always
combined into a so-called ensemble
on a frequency.
Scrolling through ensembles
You can scroll through ensembles
which you have already received
once (the ensembles need to be
receivable).
The DAB waveband must be
selected.
Press and hold the rocker switch m
or n.
The first available programme of the
ensemble is played.
DAB AF
By setting DAB AF to On you can
define that when you drive into
another ensemble area, the same
station is received as in the previous
ensemble area.
This function can only be performed if
the station is included in the new
ensemble.
The DAB waveband must be
selected.
Press the SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
Press the SETTINGS button again to
display DAB AF On or Off, indicating
the current state of that setting.
Press the rocker switch m or n to
change the setting.
Press the TUNER button to return to
the radio menu.
DAB FM
By setting DAB FM to On you can
define that when the DAB signal is too
weak to be picked up by the receiver,
the system switches over to a
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corresponding FM station (if
available) of the active DAB
programme.
The DAB waveband must be
selected.
Press the SETTINGS button to
display the Settings menu.
Press the SETTINGS button twice to
display DAB FM On or Off, indicating
the current state of that setting.
Press the rocker switch m or n to
change the setting.
Press the TUNER button to return to
the radio menu.
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CD Player
CD Player
General information ................... 146
Usage ........................................ 147
General information
With the CD player you can play
standard commercial CDs with a
diameter of 12 cm.
Caution
Under no circumstances place
DVDs, single-CDs with a diameter
of 8 cm or shaped CDs in the audio
player.
You must not put any stickers on
CDs. These discs can get jammed
in the CD drive and ruin the drive.
An expensive replacement of the
device will then be necessary.
■ The format of the CD must be
ISO 9660 Level 1, Level 2 or
JOLIET. All other formats cannot be
played back reliably.
■ Audio CDs with copy protection,
which are not in compliance with
the audio CD standard, may not
play correctly or not at all.
■ You can also use the Infotainment
system to play CDs containing MP3
music data and Mixed Mode CDs.
■ Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
are more vulnerable to mishandling
than prerecorded CDs. Correct
handling, especially in the case of
self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs,
must be ensured. See below.
■ Self-recorded CD-Rs and CD-RWs
may not play correctly or not at all.
In such cases it is not the
equipment that is at fault.
■ Avoid leaving fingerprints when you
change CDs.
■ Put CDs back in their sleeves
immediately after removing them
from the CD player in order to
protect them from damage and dirt.
■ Dirt and liquids on CDs can smear
the lens of the CD player inside the
device and cause faults.
■ Protect CDs from heat and direct
sunlight.
■ The following restrictions apply for
data stored on an MP3 CD:
When naming albums and tracks,
umlauts or special characters
should not be included.
CD Player
Applicable playlist extensions:
"m3u" or "pls".
When generating (coding) the MP3
files from audio data, a bitrate of up
to max. 256 kbit/s should be used.
To use MP3 files in the Infotainment
system, the MP3 files must have
the file extension ".mp3".
■ A total of 367 playable tracks can
be stored on one CD. It will not be
possible to play any additional
tracks.
■ A maximum of 99 albums can be
saved on an MP3 CD for use with
the Infotainment System. The
albums can be selected individually
with the Infotainment system.
Read CD and CD in appears on the
display, then the number of CD tracks
is displayed.
Track selection
To select a track while a CD is
playing, tap on m or n repeatedly
until the desired track is displayed.
The track is played.
Fast search forwards/
backwards
Usage
As soon as the first track starts to
play, the display shows Track 1 and
the playing time or information about
the track (title, artist).
With MP3 CD, MP3 appears on the
display and the first album name is
displayed.
Information about the track (title,
artist) are displayed as soon as the
first track starts to play.
Inserting a CD
CD playback
Insert the CD with the printed side up
into the CD slot.
The CD is automatically drawn in.
Do not prevent or assist the CD being
drawn in.
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Switch from radio mode to CD mode
as follows:
Press the MEDIA button.
The CD track last played is displayed
and starts to play.
To find a certain point on a CD,
proceed as follows:
You’re listening to a track.
Keep m or n pressed until you
reach the point you want.
The CD plays at increased speed and
reduced volume.
MP3 with fast search backward, the
search stops at the beginning of the
current track.
Album selection for MP3 CDs
You are listening to a track from an
album.
Press the MEDIA button.
The CD track last played is displayed.
Tap on m or n repeatedly until the
desired album is displayed.
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CD Player
The first track on the album is
displayed and played.
All albums which do not contain MP3
files are automatically skipped.
Random mode
Random CD (Random)
When random play is selected, the
tracks on a CD will be played in
random order.
Press the MEDIA button three times.
The current random setting is
displayed.
Tap on m or n to select a setting.
Audio CD:
■ Random on: activates random
mode
■ Random off: deactivates random
mode
MP3 CD:
■ Random album: Random playback
of the tracks of an album
■ Random CD: Random playback of
the tracks on a CD
■ Random off: deactivates random
mode
If the random function is enabled
RDM or g appears on the display.
Changing the display type
Different information can be
displayed.
Press the CD/MP3 button twice.
CD info appears on the display.
Tap on m or n to select a display
type.
Depending on the CD type (audio CD
with or without CD text, MP3 CD with
or without track name (ID3 tags)), the
following may be displayed.
Audio CD without CD text:
Track number and playing time
Audio CD with CD text:
■ Track name
■ Artist name
■ CD name
■ Track number and playing time
MP3 CD without ID3 tags
■ File name
■ Track number and playing time
■ Album name
MP3 CD with ID3 tags
■ Track name
■ Artist name
■ Album name
■ Track number and playing time
Traffic announcement in CD mode
Traffic announcements can be
received while a CD is playing. Traffic
programme (TP) 3 141.
A traffic announcement can be
terminated with the TP button and the
current CD will continue to play.
Removing a CD
Press the j button.
CD Player
Eject CD appears on the display.
If a CD is ejected, the last radio station
used will automatically be played.
A CD can be ejected even if the
appliance is turned off. The appliance
switches off after the CD has been
removed.
If the CD is not removed, it will return
to the player automatically after a
short time.
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AUX input
AUX input
General information ................... 150
Usage ........................................ 150
General information
In the centre console in front of the
gearshift lever there is an AUX socket
for the connection of external audio
sources.
Note
The socket must always be kept
clean and dry.
It is possible, for example, to connect
a portable CD player with a 3.5 mm
jack plug to the AUX input.
Usage
To play back an audio source
connected to the AUX input of the
vehicle, e.g. a portable CD player, via
the Infotainment system
loudspeakers, the audio source has
to be enabled:
When the radio is on.
Connect the audio source to the AUX
input of the vehicle.
Press the MEDIA button until Aux
appears on the display.
The external audio source is
transferred through on the
Infotainment system.
Enable the external audio source and
set it to maximum volume.
If required: adjust the AUX input level
in relation to the connected external
source 3 137.
The audio source signal is played
back via the Infotainment system
loudspeakers.
AUX input
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Index
A
Activating CD player................... 147
AM.............................................. 139
AS............................................... 140
Automatic search........................ 139
Automatic switch off.................... 133
Autostore level............................ 140
Autostore lists............................. 140
AUX input........................... 133, 150
socket...................................... 150
AUX volume................................ 137
B
Balance....................................... 135
Bass............................................ 135
C
CD, eject..................................... 147
CD, insert.................................... 147
CD text........................................ 147
D
DAB............................................ 144
Digital audio broadcasting.......... 144
E
Ensemble.................................... 144
External In Volume..................... 137
F
Fader.......................................... 135
FM.............................................. 139
G
General information.... 128, 146, 150
I
Ignition logic................................ 133
M
Main display................................ 133
Manual tuning............................. 139
Multifunction knob....................... 133
O
On Volume.................................. 137
Operation ................................... 133
Overview .................................... 130
P
Programme type......................... 141
PTY............................................. 141
R
Radio data system (RDS) .......... 141
Random mode............................ 147
Regional programmes................ 141
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S
SDVC.......................................... 137
Setting the volume...................... 133
Sound settings............................ 135
Speed dependent volume
control (SDVC)........................ 137
Starting CD replay...................... 147
Station list................................... 139
Station memory.......................... 139
Station search............................. 139
Store........................................... 139
Switching the Infotainment
system on or off....................... 133
T
TA volume.................................. 137
Theft-deterrent feature .............. 129
Tone settings.............................. 135
TP............................................... 141
Traffic announcements............... 141
Traffic programme...................... 141
Treble......................................... 135
U
Update stations........................... 139
Usage......................... 139, 147, 150
Using the CD player................... 147
Using the Infotainment system... 133
V
Volume....................................... 133
Volume settings.......................... 137
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Mobile phone portal
Introduction ................................ 156
Voice recognition ....................... 167
Index .......................................... 172
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Introduction
Introduction
General information ................... 156
Bluetooth connection ................. 158
Emergency call .......................... 161
Operation ................................... 162
Mobile phones and CB radio
equipment .................................. 165
General information
The Mobile phone portal offers the
opportunity to hold telephone
conversations using the mobile
phone via a vehicle microphone and
vehicle loud speaker system and to
operate the most important mobile
telephone functions via the
Infotainment system in the vehicle.
The Mobile phone portal is operated
via the steering wheel remote control
system, a speech recognition system
and a multifunction button on the
radio. The menu-driven operations
and status are shown via the info
display.
The fact that the most important
content on the telephone display is
shown on the info display enables you
to operate the whole portal
comfortably.
When a telephone connection is
active, the radio sound is switched off.
When the telephone connection has
ended, the radio sound is switched on
again.
General advice on these
operating instructions
You can find detailed functional
descriptions for your Infotainment
system in the operating instructions
included with your Infotainment
system.
Not all Mobile phone portal functions
are supported by every phone. The
telephone functions possible depend
on the mobile telephone used and the
network operator. Further information
is given in the operating instructions
for the mobile telephone and can be
obtained from the network operator.
9 Warning
The Infotainment system has to be
used so that the vehicle can be
driven safely at all times. If in doubt
stop your vehicle and operate the
Infotainment system while the
vehicle is stationary.
Introduction
Operating the mobile telephone
Mobile telephones affect your
environment. This is the reason why
safety rules and regulations were
drawn up. You should find out about
the relevant regulations before you
use the telephone function.
9 Warning
Use of the hands-free facility while
driving can be dangerous because
your concentration is reduced
when telephoning. Park your
vehicle before you use the handsfree facility. Follow the stipulations
of the country in which you find
yourself at present.
Do not forget to follow the special
regulations that apply in specific
areas and always switch off the
mobile phone if the use of mobile
phones is prohibited, if
interference is caused by the
mobile phone or if dangerous
situations can occur.
Bluetooth™
The Phone portal is certified by the
Bluetooth Special Interest Group
(SIG).
You will find further information about
the specification on the Internet at
http://www.bluetooth.com
The Bluetooth™ qualification code of
the Mobile phone portal is B02237.
When devices are being paired, a
random PIN code of at least four digits
should be selected for reasons of
safety.
Declaration of conformity
We hereby declare that the Mobile
phone portal is compliant with the
basic requirements and other
relevant stipulations of the guideline
1999/5/EC.
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Operating the speech
recognition system
Do not use the speech recognition
system in emergencies because your
voice can change so much in stressful
situations that you can no longer be
sufficiently recognised in order for the
desired connection to be created
quickly enough.
Control elements
The Mobile phone portal can be
operated via a steering wheel remote
control system, speech recognition
system and a multifunction knob on
the radio.
As soon as the Mobile phone portal
has been switched on and the mobile
telephone is logged in, the start page
appears on the display.
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Introduction
1 Thumbwheel
Turn: select menu items and
commands
Press: confirm a selection (OK)
Selection of the functional ranges in
the headline and additional
operations are described below:
Steering wheel remote control system
Bluetooth connection
3 p button
Press: Accept or end a telephone
call or access the call list directly
The Bluetooth™ function on the
mobile telephone must be activated,
see operating instructions for the
mobile phone.
Bluetooth™ is a radio standard for
wireless connection of e.g. a mobile
telephone to other equipment.
Information such as the phone book,
call list, network operator and field
intensity can be transmitted.
Depending on type of equipment, the
functions may be restricted.
4 o Turn: adjust volume
Creating a connection
2 q button
Press: Selecting/switching off
speech recognition system
3 167
Operating the Infotainment system
with the multifunction knob
See "Control elements on instrument
panel" in the relevant Infotainment
system manual.
The Mobile phone portal can be
operated optionally via the speech
recognition system 3 167.
In the main menu select the
telephone symbol from the headline.
Introduction
If required, select the Bluetooth menu
item to display the respective menu.
If Bluetooth™ has been deactivated,
proceed as follows:
1. Select the Bluetooth menu item.
If Bluetooth™ has been activated,
the remaining menu items will
appear on the display.
2. Select the Bluetooth PIN menu
item.
3. Enter a random Bluetooth™ PIN
and confirm it with OK.
For safety reasons, a randomly
selected PIN code of at least four
digits should be used.
4. Ensure that the Bluetooth™
function of the mobile telephone
has been activated and set to
"visible".
5. Select the Start searching menu
item.
During the search process for
Bluetooth™ devices, the word
Searching... is displayed.
When the search process has
ended, the Bluetooth™ devices
are listed in the Found devices
menu.
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6. Select the required mobile
telephone.
While the connection is being
created, the message The
connection will be established...
appears on the display.
"Please enter the Bluetooth PIN"
or a similar request appears on
the display of the mobile
telephone.
7. Using the keypad on the mobile
telephone, enter the same
Bluetooth™ PIN as for the
Infotainment system and confirm
it with OK.
The message "Add device to
known devices?", or a similar
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message, appears on the display
of the mobile telephone.
8. Confirm this on the keypad of the
mobile phone by pressing OK.
Once a connection has been created
successfully, the message is added
to paired devices appears on the
display.
The connection between the mobile
telephone and the Infotainment
system has now been created.
Up to five devices can be added to the
list.
Closing the connection
1. In the Bluetooth™ menu, select
Paired devices.
The Paired devices menu
appears on the display.
3. Deactivate Connect.
The message Disconnected!
appears followed once again by
the Bluetooth™ menu.
4. Select Remove.
The message Removed! appears
followed once again by the
Bluetooth™ menu.
2. Select the required mobile
telephone.
The Bluetooth™ menu appears
on the display.
UHP visible
Activating this function enables the
mobile telephone portal to be
detected by other Bluetooth™
devices. In this way e.g. a
Bluetooth™ connection can be
established from the mobile
telephone to the Mobile telephone
portal.
1. In the Bluetooth™ menu select
UHP visible.
The Mobile phone portal can be
seen by the other devices for the
next 3 minutes.
2. Start the mobile telephone’s
search function for Bluetooth™
devices (see the operating
instructions for the mobile
telephone).
Introduction
The message "Device found:
UHP" appears on the display of
the mobile telephone.
3. Start the mobile telephone’s
connection function (see the
operating instructions for the
mobile telephone).
4. Enter the Bluetooth PIN in the
Infotainment system).
5. Enter the "Bluetooth PIN" on the
mobile telephone.
The Bluetooth™ connection has been
created between the mobile
telephone and the Infotainment
system.
Freespeech
A telephone connection is active.
Move the thumbwheel.
A context menu is opened. Activate
Freespeech. The sound is sent to the
car’s loudspeakers.
Emergency call
9 Warning
Connection setup cannot be
guaranteed in all situations. For
this reason you should not rely
exclusively on a mobile phone
when a vitally important
communication (e. g. a medical
emergency) is concerned.
In some networks it may be
necessary for a valid SIM card to
be properly inserted in the mobile
phone.
9 Warning
Bear in mind that you can make
and receive calls with the mobile
phone, if it is in a service area with
a sufficiently strong signal. Under
certain circumstances emergency
calls cannot be made on all mobile
phone networks; it is possible that
they cannot be made when certain
network services and/or telephone
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functions are active. You can
enquire about this with the local
network operators.
The emergency call number can
differ depending on the region and
country. Please enquire
beforehand about the correct
emergency call number for the
relevant region.
Making emergency calls
Dial the emergency number (e.g.
112).
The connection to the emergency call
centre is created.
Answer if the service staff ask you
about the emergency.
Ending emergency calls
Select the Hang-up menu item.
Or:
Press the p key.
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Introduction
9 Warning
Do not end the call until you are
requested to do so by the
emergency call centre.
Operation
Introduction
As soon as a connection is created
between the mobile telephone and
the Infotainment system via
Bluetooth™, you can also operate
many of the mobile telephone’s
functions via the Infotainment system.
For example, via the infotainment
system you can create a connection
with the telephone numbers saved in
the mobile telephone or change the
telephone numbers.
As a rule, you can also continue
operating the system using the
mobile telephone, e.g. by accepting a
call or setting the sound level.
After a connection has been created
between the mobile telephone and
the Infotainment system, data is
transferred from the mobile telephone
to the Infotainment system. This may
take some time, depending on the
brand of telephone. During this period
of time, the mobile telephone can only
be operated to a limited extent via the
Infotainment system.
Some telephones do not support all of
the Mobile phone portal’s functions.
As a result of this, these specific
telephones may work differently from
the functional content described in
the manual.
In addition to operating using the
steering wheel remote control
system, some functions can also be
operated using a speech recognition
system 3 167.
Making telephone calls
Three different options where dialling
a telephone number is concerned are
available:
■ dial the telephone number
manually
■ select the telephone number from
the phone book
■ select the telephone number from
the list of calls (calls made, calls
received and missed calls)
Dial
Dialling the telephone number
manually
In the telephone menu:
Select the Dial menu item.
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Enter No... appears on the display.
Select the digits for the telephone
calls from the foot of the display in
order and start the dialling process
using Dial.
Phone book
After creation of the connection, the
phone book is compared with the
temporary phone book if the same
SIM card or telephone is used. In this
time, new entries are not displayed. If
the SIM card or telephone are
different, the phone book is loaded
afresh. This process may take a few
minutes, depending on telephone
model. The new entries are only
saved after the ignition is turned off
and the ignition key removed
Selecting the telephone numbers
from the phone book
In the telephone menu select the
Phone book menu item.
A list of all the entries in the phone
book appears on the display.
Select the desired entry and start the
dialling process.
Select the number you want and start
the dialling process.
Entries with several numbers
Depending on telephone type,
several numbers may be stored
under one phone book entry.
Under Phone book, select the desired
entry.
A list of all numbers stored under this
entry appears on the display.
Filtering
To help you find phone book entries,
a filter can be activated:
Select the Phone book menu item.
A list of all the entries in the phone
book appears on the display.
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Introduction
Select menu item Filtering.
The selected check box indicates
active filtering. The phone book
entries are grouped by initial letter
(abc, def, …).
Select the entry you want and start
the dialling process.
Call list
Selecting telephone numbers from
the list of calls
Select the Call list menu item.
A list of the most recently called
telephone numbers is displayed. The
status of the telephone number
(dialled, received or missed) is
displayed in the footer.
Select the desired entry and start the
dialling process.
Incoming calls
When a call is incoming, a selection
menu appears for accepting or
refusing a call.
Accepting calls
Select the Accept menu item.
or:
Press the p key .
Refusing calls
Select the Reject menu item.
Ending calls
Do the following in order to end the
telephone call:
Press the p.
or:
Move the thumbwheel.
A context menu is opened.
Select Hang-up.
Functions during a call
Some functions are only available
during a call.
A telephone connection is active.
Move the thumbwheel.
A context menu is opened.
The following functions are available:
Hang-up
This function ends the telephone
connection.
Micro off
This function turns off the telephone
microphone.
DTMF (tone)
Various phone services (e.g. VoiceMail or telephone banking) require
the input of control tones.
When a telephone connection is
active:
Select the menu item DTMF.
The DTMF menu is displayed.
Introduction
Mobile phones and CB
radio equipment
Installation instructions and
operating guidelines
You can now enter numbers using the
thumbwheel.
In the display footer, select the figures
required.
The signal tones are now sent.
Freespeech
With a mobile telephone connected
via Bluetooth™, with this function you
can turn off the hands-free function
3 158.
The vehicle specific installation
instructions and the operating
guidelines of the mobile phone and
handsfree manufacturer must be
observed when installing and
operating a mobile telephone. Failure
to do so could invalidate the vehicle
type approval (EU directive 95/54/
EC).
Recommendations for fault-free
operation:
■ Professionally installed exterior
antenna to obtain the maximum
range possible,
■ Maximum transmission power 10
watts,
■ Installation of the phone in a
suitable spot, consider relevant
Note in the Owner's manual,
chapter Airbag system.
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Seek advice on predetermined
installation points for the external
antenna or equipment holder and
ways of using devices with a
transmission power exceeding 10
watts.
Use of a handsfree attachment
without external antenna with mobile
telephone standards GSM
900/1800/1900 and UMTS is only
permitted if the maximum
transmission power of the mobile
telephone is 2 watts for GSM 900 or
1 watt for the other types.
For reasons of safety, do not use the
phone while driving. Even use of a
handsfree set can be a distraction
while driving.
9 Warning
Operation of radio equipment and
mobile telephones which fail to
meet above mentioned mobile
telephone standards is only
permitted using an antenna
located outside of the vehicle.
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Introduction
Caution
Mobile telephones and radio
equipment may lead to
malfunctions in the vehicle
electronics when operated inside
the vehicle with no exterior
antenna, unless the above
mentioned regulations are
observed.
Voice recognition
Voice recognition
Voice recognition ....................... 167
Voice recognition
The speech recognition system
enables you to operate some of the
mobile telephone’s functions by voice
input. It recognises commands and
sequences of numbers independently
of the person speaking. The
commands and sequences of
numbers can be spoken without a
break between the individual words.
You can also save telephone
numbers using a name randomly
chosen (voice tag). The telephone
connection can be created using this
name.
If the speech recognition system fails
to operate properly or fails to
recognise your voice, it provides you
with acoustic messages and asks you
to input the command you want again.
The speech recognition system also
provides an answer to important
commands and, if required, makes
enquiries.
Stop the voice dialogue at any time by
re-pressing q.
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Before you dial a telephone number,
the following preconditions must
exist:
■ The mobile telephone must be
ready for operation and a
Bluetooth™ connection must exist.
■ The mobile telephone must be
logged in.
To prevent conversations being held
in the interior of the vehicle from
causing inadvertent control of the
mobile telephone or audio system,
the speech recognition system only
starts once it has been activated.
Activating the speech
recognition system
By pressing q, the speech
recognition system is activated and
the symbol q appears on the display.
The radio is switched to "silent" for the
duration of the dialogue. Any traffic
news coming in will be interrupted.
The functions can only then be
operated if the mobile telephone is
logged into a network.
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Voice recognition
Ending the dialogue
There are various ways to deactivate
the speech recognition system and
end the dialogue:
■ By pressing q
■ Time-outs: if nothing has been
input for a certain period of time
The speech recognition system is
also interrupted by an incoming call.
Operation
With the aid of the speech recognition
system, the mobile telephone can be
operated very comfortably using the
voice input function. Simply activate
the speech recognition system and
say the desired command. Once the
command has been input, you will be
led through the dialogue with the
corresponding questions and
messages in order to reach the
required action.
Say the commands and digits in a
normal voice, without any artificial
pauses between the numbers.
Recognition is most successful when
you pause for at least half a second
after every three to five numbers.
The Infotainment system
simultaneously reacts to commands
with voice messages and displays.
Main commands
After the speech recognition system
has been activated, you will hear a
short sound, which is a signal to
inform you that the speech
recognition system is waiting for an
input.
The following commands are
available:
■ "Call"
■ "Redial"
■ "Save"
■ "Delete"
■ "Phonebook"
■ "Help"
■ "Cancel"
Detailed description of these
commands see below.
"Call"
Using this command, you can input a
telephone number which has been
saved in the phone book under a
name (voice tag) or which is to be
used to create a connection. After this
command, the following commands
are available:
■ "Number": The connection is
created using the number entered.
■ "Name": The connection is created
using the voice tag.
"Number"
After this command has been given,
you will be asked to enter the number.
The Infotainment system repeats the
recognised numbers. You can then
input additional numbers or the
following commands:
■ "Call" or "Accept": The inputs are
accepted.
■ "Change": The last block of
numbers has been deleted.
■ "Delete": The complete input has
been deleted.
■ "Help": The dialogue is ended and
all commands available in this
context are listed.
■ "Plus": A plus is placed before the
number for foreign calls.
Voice recognition
■ "Additional digits": Additional digits
are being added.
■ "Cancel:" Ending the dialling
process. After the request for a
correction, all blocks of numbers
previously entered are repeated
with the exception of the last block.
If all inputs have been deleted, you
are once again asked to input a
telephone number.
If there is a voice pause of more than
one second between the individual
numbers, the Infotainment system
assumes that the process of inputting
the block of numbers has ended and
repeats the block of numbers.
In order to make a foreign call, you
can say the word "Plus" (+) in front of
the number. The plus allows you to
make a call from that country without
knowing the foreign dialling code for
the country in question. Then say the
country code.
The country code corresponds to the
conventional format, i. e. 49 for
Germany, 44 for Great Britain, etc.
The "0" must be left out of the local
network code (dialling code) except in
Italy.
Example of a dialogue between the
user and voice output to dial a
telephone number:
User: "Call"
Voice output: "Name or Number?"
User: "Number"
Voice output: "The number, please!"
User: "Plus Four Nine"
Voice output repeats: "Plus Four
Nine"
User: "Seven Three One"
Voice output repeats: "Seven Three
One"
User: "One One Nine Nine"
Voice output repeats: "One One Nine
Nine"
User: "Change"
Voice output repeats the blocks of
numbers previously input: "Plus Four
Nine – Seven Three One"
User: "One One Nine One"
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Voice output repeats: "One One Nine
One"
User: "Call"
Voice output: "The number is being
dialled"
"Name"
Using this command, you can select
a telephone number under a name
(voice tag).
If the system recognises a name entry
already available, it is shown on the
display. The symbol q representing
a voice tag appears to the right of the
name. The connection is created
using the voice tag.
"Redial"
Using the "Redial" command, the
number most recently dialled can be
redialled.
"Save"
Using this command, you can save a
telephone number under a voice tag.
Additionally the previously input voice
tag in the phone book can be
included.
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Voice recognition
Voice tags can only be included in the
phone book if they are saved in the
Infotainment system.
A maximum of 25 voice tags can be
stored in the phone book. If 25 voice
tags are already stored, the message
is given "The speech memory is full!".
Voice tags are dependent on the
speaker, which means that only the
person who has spoken in the voice
tag can select it.
After three invalid attempts, the
speech recognition system is turned
off automatically.
It can happen that the two names
input are too different for the speech
recognition system, which then
rejects them. You can then decide if
you want to input the names again or
end the process:
■ "Yes": Input the names again.
■ "No"/"Cancel": The dialogue is
ended without anything being
saved.
In order to prevent a cut-off at the
beginning of the recording when
names are being saved, a short
pause should be left after the request
for an input.
In order to be able to use the voice tag
independently of the location, i.e. in
other countries, all telephone
numbers should be entered with a
"Plus" and the country code.
Example of a name being saved as a
voice tag:
User: "Call"
Voice output: "Name or Number?"
User: "Name"
Voice output: "The name, please! "
User: <Miriam>
Voice output: "The number, please!".
User: "Plus Four Nine"
Voice output: "Plus Four Nine"
User: Seven Three One.
Voice output: "Seven Three One"
User: "One One Nine One"
Voice output: "One One Nine One"
User: "Save"
Instead of "Save" you can also use
the command "Accept".
"Delete"
Using the "Delete" command, you can
delete a previously saved voice tag.
"Phonebook"
Using the command "Phonebook",
you can dial a previously saved voice
tag which you have included in the
phonebook. You can also delete a
voice tag. After inputting the
"Phonebook" command, you will be
asked to input a name.
After the recognised name has been
output, you can input the following
commands:
■ "Call": The connection to the saved
number is created.
■ "Delete": The voice tag is deleted.
■ "Cancel": The dialogue is ended.
■ "Help": The dialogue is ended and
all commands available in this
context are listed.
Example of how to dial a telephone
number saved in the directory:
Voice recognition
User: "Phonebook".
Voice output: <Karl-Heinz>
Voice output: <Markus>
Voice output: <Miriam>
User: "Call"
Instead of "Call" you can also use the
command "Accept".
Voice output: "The number is being
dialled"
"Help"
Using the "Help" command, all of the
commands available in this particular
context are listed.
"Cancel"
Using the "Cancel" command, the
speech recognition system can be
switched off.
Changing language
Change the language shown
The Infotainment system supports 12
pre-set languages to be shown on the
display. Contact your Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer to activate a
different language from that preset.
Change the language spoken
The speech recognition system
supports the following 6 languages:
■ German
■ (British) English
■ French (EU)
■ Italian
■ Spanish (EU)
■ Dutch
Contact your Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer to activate a different
language from that preset.
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Index
A
Accepting calls............................ 162
Activating speech recognition..... 167
B
L
Lists............................................ 162
M
C
Making telephone calls............... 162
Micro off...................................... 162
Mobile phones and CB radio
equipment .............................. 165
D
Name.......................................... 167
Number....................................... 167
Bluetooth connection.................. 158
Call lists...................................... 162
Changing the language.............. 167
Dialling........................................ 162
DTMF.......................................... 162
E
Emergency call........................... 161
Ending calls................................ 162
Entering PIN codes..................... 162
Entries with several numbers..... 162
F
Filtering....................................... 162
Freespeech................................. 158
Functions during a call............... 162
N
O
Operation.................................... 162
P
Phone book................................ 162
R
Redialling.................................... 162
Refusing calls............................. 162
S
G
Selecting telephone numbers..... 162
Speech recognition..................... 167
Steering wheel remote control.... 156
H
Telephone numbers................... 162
General information.................... 156
Hang-up...................................... 162
T
173
V
Voice recognition ....................... 167
174
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