INFOTAINMENT BOOK-LEVEL
Infotainment
USER’S MANUAL
Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU)
• Mumbai • Pune •
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CONNECTNEXT® INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM USER’S MANUAL
Dear Customer,
Welcome to the CONNECTNEXT® Infotainment System User's Manual. The infotainment system in your vehicle
provides you with state of the art in-car entertainment to enhance your driving experience.
Before using the infotainment system for the first time, please ensure that all users read this manual carefully. The
manual will familiarize you with the infotainment system of your car and its functionalities. It also contains
instructions on how to use the infotainment system in a safe and effective manner.
We insist that all service and maintenance of the infotainment system of your car must be done only at authorized
TATA MOTORS service centers. Incorrect installation or servicing can cause permanent damage to the system.If
you have any further questions about the infotainment system, please get in touch with the nearest authorized
TATA MOTORS service outlets. We will be happy to answer your queries and value your feedback.
We wish you a safe and connected drive!
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS
1 ABOUT THIS MANUAL
Conventions
Safety Guidelines
Warranty Clauses
4 RADIO
Overview
Radio Operations
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7 VEHICLE
Display Vehicle Setup Screen 66
Set Lock/Unlock Options
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Manage Park Assist
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Manage Exterior Lights
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Overview of Climate Control 73
2 INTRODUCTION
Control Elements Overview
Other Modes of Control
System Usage
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5 MEDIA
Overview
Playing a Media Source
Music Related Functions
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8 ABBREVIATIONS
Abbreviations
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3 GETTING STARTED
System ON/OFF
Manage General Settings
Change Audio Settings
Change Volume Settings
Reset to Factory Default
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6 PHONE
Enable Bluetooth
Pair Devices
Manage Paired Devices
Manage Bluetooth Settings
Phone Functions
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9 INDEX
Index
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This guide introduces you to the CONNECTNEXT®
Infotainment system and details its controls, options and
operations.
CONVENTIONS
CONVENTIONS
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DANGER :
Text that indicates to actions that might cause harm
to personnel.
In addition, the guide contains:
• Illustrations to provide orientations or identification of
various options like buttons and menus.
• Cautions related to a topic such as Danger alerts,
Security alerts, Warning statements, Caution notices
and General notes.
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Text that indicates to actions which increases the
potential for unauthorized access.
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WARNING:
Text that indicates to actions that might cause harm
to the equipment.
• A list of abbreviations used in this guide with their
explanation.
• An alphabetical index for quick identification of required
topics.
SECURITY ALERT:
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CAUTION:
Text that call for attention.
NOTE:
Text that provides some additional important information, which when ignored can cause inconvenience or
tips that will help you in using the equipment.
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CONVENTIONS
SAFETY GUIDELINES
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DANGER :
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES
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The infotainment system is a sophisticated electronic
device. Do not allow improper access of the
infotainment system.
The infotainment system must be used in a way that
allows you to drive the vehicle safely at all times.
Failure to do so may result in an accident involving
serious injury or death.
Keep this manual in the vehicle, so it will be handy for
you to refer, when needed. If you sell or lend the
vehicle, make sure this manual is available in the
vehicle along with other standard booklets.
Please read and follow the safety guidelines listed in
this section to avoid injury or property damage.
WARNING:
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DANGER :
Permanent hearing loss may occur if you play your
music at loud volumes for prolonged duration.
Exercise caution when setting the volume of your
infotainment system.
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DANGER :
Exposure of the infotainment system to water or
excessive moisture can cause electric shocks, fire,
or other damages.
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SAFETY GUIDELINES WHILE DRIVING
DANGER :
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Glance at the screen of the infotainment system only
when necessary and safe to do so. If prolonged viewing of the screen is necessary, park in a safe location
and engage the hand brake.
DANGER :
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Make certain that the volume level of the infotainment
system is set to a level that allows you to hear outside traffic and other warnings.
CONVENTIONS
SYSTEM CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Exert at most care while handling the infotainment system
as partial or complete loss of the infotainment system
functions due to intentional misuse is not covered under
warranty.
Some guidance for using or maintaining the system are
listed below:
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WARNING:
Parking under direct sunlight for prolonged duration
can result in high temperatures inside your car, which
can damage your infotainment system, if used. So,
before using the system let the car interior to cool
down.
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WARNING:
Do not open the infotainment system as incorrect
handling can damage the system. Further, warranty
is void, if seal is broken.
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WARNING:
Do not replace the vehicle speakers or fit additional
speakers with aftermarket speakers. It may lead to
the malfunctioning or even damage of the infotainment
system.
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CONVENTIONS
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WARNING:
Do not apply sticky or strong alcohol based spray,
lotion or liquid on the infotainment system while
cleaning the vehicle dashboard. This may cause
permanent damage to the system button functions,
knob operations or the display screen. It may also
lead to the deterioration of the system paint.
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WARNING:
Avoid addition of any accessories such as external
amplifiers, which will lead to the modification of the
standard factory wiring connections. As such
unauthorized interconnections, can result in the
malfunctioning of the infotainment system. Always
contact the Tata dealer for the changes to the vehicle
or system.
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
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WARNING:
Ensure that any liquid does not enter the infotainment
system, as it will lead to the failure of radio. The
warranty of the system will be void, if liquid ingress
marks are observed inside the system.
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WARNING:
Do not use excessive force while handling the
infotainment system, USB slot, AUX-In slot and so
on. It might cause damage to the system or component.
WARNING:
Usage of paint or color on the infotainment system
can make the moving parts sticky and stop them from
functioning correctly.
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WARRANTY CLAUSES
The warranty clauses applicable to the infotainment
systemare listed below:
1. Warranty is applicable in India only.
2. Warranty for the product is against defective materials
and manufacturing faults for 36 months / 36,000 km
(whichever comes earlier) from the date of the first sale
of vehicle.
3. Display and touch panel, if applicable to your system,
are covered for 12 months / 36,000km (whichever comes
earlier) from the date of the first sale of vehicle.
4. Warranty is expressly not applicable under the following conditions:
a. Where the product has been dismantled, repaired,
altered, modified or damaged due to user negligence
and misuse
b. The serial number of the product been removed,
defaced or altered.
c. Warranty void sticker is removed or tampered
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WARRANTY CLAUSES
d. Improper usage such as wrong electrical supply /
voltage setting causing damage to the equipment.
e. Tampered or serviced or repaired by any agency not
authorized by TATA MOTORS LIMITED.
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system provides you
witha bundle of high-end functionalities to:
• Manage in-vehicle entertainment capabilities
• Handle certain vehicle feature controls
• View information about some vehicle features Key
features of the infotainment system include:
• 90mX40mm DSTN Dot Matrix Screen
• 4 Speaker Audio
• AM and FM Tuner Bands with 6 station memories on
each band
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• Vehicle feature control support like handling vehicle door
locking and Approach lights
• Infotainment system control from Steering Wheel and
IR Remote Control.
NOTE : Some of the vehicle features like park assist
system, FATC, locking, and lighting are not standard
in every vehicle variant. Features that are unavailable in the vehicle cannot be controlled using the
infotainment system. Please refer to the Owner’s
Manual of your vehicle or check with your vehicle
dealer to confirm the list of features available in your
vehicle.
• Speed Dependent Volume Control
• Display OFF feature for distraction free night drive
• USB, iPod, Aux and Bluetooth Audio media support
• Simultaneous pairing of multiple Phone handsets (up
to 10 devices) though Bluetooth for Phone and Music
supports like Phone book download & Audio
streaming??Integrated with vehicle components like
FATC and Park Assist System and displays related
information
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INTRODUCTION
CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
The control elements, buttons and knobs, that are
availableon the infotainment system allows you to control
theinfotainment system. It provides you with quick and
easyaccess to the commonly used functions and options
of theinfotainment system.
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Figure1: CONNECTNEXT® I nfotainment System Control Elements
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CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
Table 1: Infotainment System Control Elements
S.No Control Elements Description
• Single Press (SP) & Long Press (LP):
• Sets infotainment system display OFF, if display is ON
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• Sets infotainment system display ON, if display is OFF
NOTE : In the rest of the manual, Single Press and Long Press will be only
referred as SP and LP respectively
• SP & LP:
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• Displays the options of the currently played audio source or the currently connected
phone as per the selection.
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• SP & LP:
• Displays setup menu.
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• SP & LP:
• Displays home screen with current media/audio source playing in the background.
• SP:
• iPod: Sets Shuffle On i.e. random playing of songs. When pressed again, Sets Shuffle
Off. The infotainment system repeats this cycle when the button is repeatedly pressed.
• USB, Bluetooth Audio: Randomly plays tracks in the current folder. When pressed
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again, randomly plays all tracks in the media source. If pressed again, random playing
Preset 1 and
of tracks is switched off and the tracks are played in sequence. The infotainment
Random button
system repeats this cycle when the button is repeatedly pressed.
• Radio: Plays tuner band stored as Preset 1.
• LP:
• Radio: Stores current tuner band as Preset 1
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CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
S.No Control Elements Description
• Clock Wise:
• Increases the volume.
• Anti-Clock Wise:
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• Decreases the volume.
Volume Rotary
• SP & LP:
Knob
• System Audio ON/OFF.
• One Hour Mode System Switched ON Mode: Switches OFF the infotainment
system.
• SP:
• iPod: Repeats track. When pressed again, repetition of the track is switched off.
The info-tainment system repeats this cycle when the button is repeatedly pressed.
• USB, Bluetooth Audio: Repeats song. When pressed again, repeatedly plays all
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tracks in the current folder. If pressed again, repetition of tracks is switched off and
Press 2 and
the tracks are played in sequence. The infotainment system repeats this cycle
Repeat Button
when the button is repeatedly pressed.
• Radio: Plays tuner band stored as Preset 2.
• LP:
• Radio: Stores current tuner band as Preset 2
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SP & LP:
Mute/Un Mute currently played audio/media source.
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Mute/Unmute
Button
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CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
S.No Control Elements Description
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SP & LP:
• Displays audio setup options.
Audio Button
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SP:
USB and Bluetooth Audio: Goes to the previous folder and starts playing tracks.
Radio: Plays tuner band stored as Preset 3.
LP:
• Radio: Stores current tuner band as Preset 3.
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Preset 3 and
Previous Folder
button
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SP:
USB and Bluetooth Audio: Goes to the next folder and starts playing tracks.
Radio: Plays tuner band stored as Preset 4.
LP:
• Radio: Stores current tuner band as Preset 4.
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Press 4 and Next
Folder button
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SP:
iPod, USB, and Bluetooth Audio: Plays the next track.
Radio: Enables auto seek up.
LP:
• iPod, USB, and Bluetooth Audio: Fast forwards the current track.
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Fast Forward
button
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CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
S.No Control Elements Description
• SP:
• iPod, USB, and Bluetooth Audio: Plays the previous track.
• Radio: Enables auto seek down.
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• LP:
Fast Rewind
• iPod, USB, and Bluetooth Audio: Fast rewinds the current track.
button
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• SP:
• iPod, USB, Bluetooth Audio: Pauses the currently played track. When pressed
again, starts playing the track. The infotainment system repeats this cycle when the
button is repeat-edly pressed.
• Radio: Plays tuner band stored as Preset 5.
Press 5 and
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LP:
Play/Pause Button
• Radio: Stores current tuner band as Preset 5.
• Clock Wise:
• iPod, USB, and Bluetooth Audio: Previews next track. On knob press, plays the
track.
• Radio: Enables manual tune up of FM/AM stations.
• Setup, Incoming and Active Phone Calls: Scrolls up through a menu/list like call
logs, contacts, setup options, media list or radio presets.
• Anti-Clock Wise:
• iPod, USB, and Bluetooth Audio: Previews previous track. On knob press, plays
Menu Rotary
the track.
button
• Setup, Incoming and Active Phone Calls: Scrolls down through a menu/list like
call logs, contacts, setup options, media list or radio presets.
CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
S.No Control Elements Description
• SP & LP:
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Menu Rotary
• Selects the selection i.e. a track, a menu, an option, or a FM/AM station/preset.
Button (Cond...)
• Incoming Phone Calls: Receives the incoming phone call.
• Outgoing Phone Call: Ends the outgoing phone call.
• SP:
• iPod, USB, Bluetooth Audio: Displays information regarding the current track like
Track title name, Track artist name, Album name for the track, Genre of the track,
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Year, album/folder number and so on.
Press 6 and
• Radio: Plays tuner band stored as Preset 6.
Infotainmation
• LP:
Button
• Radio: Stores current tuner band as Preset 6.
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Back Button
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Phone Button
• SP & LP:
• Back to the previous menu, if applicable.
• SP & LP:
• Displays the Phone menu. If not further action is taken, returns to the mode from
which the Phone button was pressed.
• Incoming Phone Call: Accepts (Connects) the Phone call.
• Active Phone Call: Displays the Phone Menu with Call Log, Contacts, and Keypad
options.
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CONTROL ELEMENTS OVERVIEW
S.No Control Elements Description
• SP & LP:
• Plays Radio in the last tuner band (FM/AM station).
• Radio: Displays the various tuner bands, FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1and AM2. When the
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Radio button is pressed again, the infotainment system displays the stored FM/AM
Radio Button
stations.
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Media Button
• SP & LP:
• Plays last active media source.
• Radio: Plays previous valid media source/default media source.
• Media Types: Displays the different types of media source i.e. USB, iPod and AUX.
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
In addition to the control elements on the infotainment system, the system can also be controlled from the:
• Steering Wheel controls
• Infra-Red (IR) Remote controls
Steering wheel control elements provide you the flexibility
ofcontrolling your infotainment system even while you
aredriving without distracting your attention.
Using the IR Remote control elements, people in the
backseat can also control the infotainment system without
askingthe people in the front seat.
NOTE:The battery inside the IR remote control is not
covered under warranty.
NOTE:Voice recognition feature is unavailable for this
variant of the vehicle.
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INTRODUCTION
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
Steering Wheel Control Elements :
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Figure 2 : Steering wheel control elements
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
Table 2: Steering Wheel Control Elements
S.No Control Elements Description
• SP & LP:
• Plays Radio in the last tuner band (FM/AM station).
• Radio: Displays the various tuner bands, FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1and AM2. When the
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Radio button is pressed again, the infotainment system displays the stored FM/AM
Seek Down
stations.
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Audio Source
Change
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Seek Up
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Mute / Reject
Phone Calls
• Down / UP Scroll:
• Plays the media in the following sequence Previous FM station-> Previous AM
station->USB/iPod->Bluetooth audio streaming->AUX in.
• SP:
• Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the next track.
• Radio: Plays Next Preset.
• LP:
• Media Types (except AUX-IN & Bluetooth Devices): Opens the next folder.
• Radio: Initiates Auto Seek by increasing radio frequency until the button is pressed.
• SP & LP:
• Mutes/Unmutes the audio.
• Incoming Phone Call: Reject call.
• Outgoing Phone Call: Cancel call.
• Active Phone Call: End call.
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
S.No Control Elements Description
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Increase Volume
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• SP:
• Decreases volume/ring tone volume by 1 unit.
• LP:
Decrease Volume
• Decreases volume or ring tone volume as long as volume reaches 0.
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Accept Phone
Calls / Phone
Screen
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• SP:
• Increases volume/ring tone volume by 1 unit.
• LP:
• Increases volume or ring tone volume as long as the maximum volume is reached.
• SP:
• Displays Phone screen.
• Incoming Phone Call: Accept call.
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
IR Remote Control Elements :
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Figure3: IR Remote Control Elements
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
Table 3: IR Remote Control Elements
S.No Control Elements Description
• SP & LP:
• Mutes/Unmutes the audio.
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Mute
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Increase Volume
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• SP:
• Increases volume by 1 unit.
• LP:
• Increases volume as long as the maximum volume is not reached.
• SP:
• Plays previous audio.
• Radio: Initiates Auto Seek by decreasing frequency value.
Decrease Volume • LP:
• Fast rewinds the audio.
Random Track/
Folder On/Off
• SP & LP:
• iPod: Sets Shuffle On i.e. random playing of songs. When pressed again, Sets
Shuffle Off. The infotainment system repeats this cycle when the button is
repeatedly pressed.
• USB: Randomly plays tracks in the current folder. When pressed again, randomly
plays all tracks in the media source. If pressed again, random playing of tracks is
switched off and the tracks are played in sequence. The infotainment system
repeats this cycle when the button is repeatedly pressed.
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
S.No Control Elements Description
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• SP:
• Decreases volume by 1 unit.
• LP:
Decrease Volume
• Decreases volume as long as volume value reaches 0.
Seek Next
Folder
• SP:
• Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the next track.
• Radio: Initiates Manual Seek by increasing frequency. The seek action will be
performed until the next receivable frequency is reached.
• LP:
• Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the next folder.
• Radio: Initiates Manual Seek until the button is pressed.
Seek Previous
Folder
• SP:
• Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the previous track.
• Radio: Initiates Manual Seek by decreasing frequency. The seek action will be
performed until the next receivable frequency is reached.
• LP:
• Media Types (except AUX-IN): Opens the previous folder.
• Radio: Initiates Manual Seek until the button is pressed.
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• SP & LP:
• Plays previous tuner mode.
• Radio: Displays the available radio bands. Refer to Radio chapter.
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Play Radio
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OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
S.No Control Elements Description
• SP & LP:
• Plays previous active media source or plays the next media source.
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Play Media
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• SP & LP:
• Media Types (Except AUX-In) and Radio: Scans tracks/stations in sequence and
Scan Audio Source
plays each of them for 10 seconds.
• SP & LP:
• Media Types and Radio: Goes to next preset.
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Play Preset
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Repeat Track/
Folder
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Seek Next
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• SP & LP:
• iPod: Repeats track. When pressed again, repetition of the track is switched off.
The info-tainment system repeats this cycle when the button is repeatedly pressed.
• USB and: Repeats song. When pressed again, repeatedly plays all tracks in the
current folder. If pressed again, repetition of tracks is switched off and the tracks are
played in sequence. The infotainment system repeats this cycle when the button is
repeatedly pressed.
• SP:
• Plays next audio.
• Radio: Initiates Auto Seek by increasing frequency value.
• LP:
• Fast forwards the audio.
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
INTRODUCTION
S.No Control Elements Description
• SP & LP:
• Pauses/plays the audio.
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Play / Pause
• SP & LP:
• The system will change to media switched ON/OFF mode.
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System On/Off
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SYSTEM USAGE
The menus and submenus in the CONNECTNEXT®
infotainment system helps you to easily browse and
accessthe various features and functions of the system.
CONNECTNEXT® MENU STRUCTURE
Access to any function/feature begins from the Main Menu.
The main menu of the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment
system has 9 menu options:
SYSTEM USAGE
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Radio
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Media
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Phone
•
Setup
Depending on the functionality, the infotainment system
provides multiple levels of submenus.
ACCESSING THE MAIN MENU
You can view the Main Menu and its options by pressing
the button
from any screen of the infotainment
system.
Figure 4 : Radio Home Screen
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SYSTEM USAGE
NAVIGATING BETWEEN ON-SCREEN OBJECTS
INTRODUCTION
Using Menu/Volume Rotary Knob:
The on-screen objects of the infotainment system like,
menus, buttons and so on can be accessed using the
knob.
Selecting an On-Screen Object
You can select an on-screen object to:
• Display the corresponding submenu of the selected
menu.
• Display a popup with information/message.
• Activate the function corresponding to the selected
button.
• Select or deselect a check box or a option button.
Figure 5 : Rotating / Pressing
1. Rotate the
knob clock-wise or anti-clockwise to
navigate to the required on-screen object like menu
option or button.
The system highlights the object that is currently in
focus.
2. Press the
object.
knob to select the required onscreen
NOTE : The same functionalities are applicable for
using the
Knob.
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INTRODUCTION
Scrolling Through a Menu List
When there are many menu options, the system:
• Displays a scroll bar beside the options.
• Displays arrows on the left and right / top and bottom of
the options.
SYSTEM USAGE
2. Rotate the
knob clock-wise or anti-clockwise to
increase or decrease the value.
Going to the Parent Menu from a Submenu
1. Press the
button on the infotainment system to
display the parent menu of the currently active submenu.
Identifying the Currently Active Menu from the Display
Screen
The display screen of the infotainment system has 3
information areas.
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Figure 6 : Menu List with Scroll Bar
Using Menu Rotary Knob:
1. Rotate the
knob clock-wise or anti-clockwise to
scroll through the menu list.
Modifying the Value in a Range
Using Menu Rotary Knob:
1. Use the
knob to highlight the required onscreen
object, if multiple on-screen objects are available.
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Figure 7 : Sample Display Screen
1. Header Area: Displays menu/submenu option name,
bluetooth status (only if bluetooth device connected to
the infotainment system), battery power, connectivity
and signal strength and time.
SYSTEM USAGE
2. Active Area : Displays submenu options, information
or progress of the currently selected menu function /
feature.
3. Footer Area : Displays the current settings of the fully
automatic temperature control system (only if available
in the vehicle), else displays CONNECTNEXT®.
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HANDLING POPUPS
The infotainment system displays popups to:
• indicate progress of an activity - will disappear once the
activity in progress ends.
• display important messages regarding system or the
currently active feature - will disappear automatically
after 5 seconds.
• prompt you to confirm an action before performing it will be automatically closed and previous screen will be
displayed, if no action is taken with 1 seconds.
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GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
To use the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system, you
must first switch it ‘ON’.
When the vehicle ignition is switched ‘ON’ and the
infotainment system is switched ON, the system will be in
the System Switched ON (Active) Mode.
SYSTEM ON / OFF
1. To switch the infotainment system ON / OFF, press
the
knob.
NOTE: When the vehicle ignition is ‘ON’ and if you
press the
knob to switch ‘OFF’ the system,
media source or radio that is currently played will be
stopped and the system displays the system clock.
When the vehicle ignition is switched ON, the system is
automatically switched ‘ON’ and the audio source that was
active before system switch ‘OFF’ is reactivated. Even if
the system was switched ‘OFF’ using the
knob, the
system will be automatically switched ON, after vehicle
ignition switch ‘ON’.
If the vehicle ignition is switched OFF and the key is removed, the system is switched OFF. The system will now
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SYSTEM ON / OFF
be in the System Switched OFF Mode and no functions
will be available.
When the vehicle ignition and the infotainment
system is switched ON and you press the
knob,
the system will be in the Media Switched OFF Mode.
All entertainment functions (Media/ Radio) will be unavailable in this mode. Only Phone and display functions like
Setup, HVAC and so on will be active. By default, the system will display the time and date on the screen.
When the vehicle ignition is switched ‘OFF’, you can switch
knob
‘ON’ the infotainment system by pressing the
and the system will be available for the next one hour. This
is called the One Hour System Switched ON Mode.
After an hour, the system will be automatically switched
‘OFF’. Only Phone and entertainment functions (Media/
Radio) will be available in this mode.If an active phone call
is in progress, the system will not be switched ‘OFF’ after
an hour. The system will be switched ‘OFF’, after the active call ends.
MANAGING GENERAL SETTINGS
GETTING STARTED
MANAGE GENERAL SETTINGS
To set the system date:
To handle the general CONNECTNEXT® infotainment
system settings like, date and time:
1. In the General Setup options, navigate to and select
the Set Date option. The system displays the Date
screen.
2. In the Set Date screen, highlight the day (DD) field and
select the required day value.
3. Highlight the month (MM) field and select the required
month value.
4. Highlight the year (YY) field and select the required year
value.
1. Press the
button. The system displays the Setup
menu options.
2. Navigate to and select the General Setupoption. The
system displays the various options for setting the
basic system parameters.
NOTE: The language used in the infotainment
system is English. Other languages are not supported.
SETTING DATE
Figure 9 : Date Screen
Figure 8 : General Setup Screen
5. When the required date is selected, select the SET
button. The selected date is set as the system date.
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GETTING STARTED
SETTING TIME
To set the system time:
1. In the General Setup options, navigate to and select
the Set Time option. The system displays the Set Time
screen.
2. In the Set Time screen, highlight the hour field and
select the required hour value.
3. Highlight the minutes field and select the required minute
value.
4. Highlight the time period (AM/PM) field, select the
required time period value.
NOTE: The Time Period option will be available only
if the ‘Use 24 Hour Format’ option is not set.
5. When the required time is selected, select the SET
button. The selected time is set as the system time.
Changing the Time Format
By default, the infotainment system clock displays time in
12 Hour format. To change it to the 24 Hour format:
1. In the General Setup options, navigate to and select
the Use 24 Hour Format option. The check box beside
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MANAGING GENERAL SETTINGS
the option is selected and the system clock displays
time in the 24 hour format.
NOTE : To change back to the 12 Hour format, clear
the ‘Use 24 Hour Format’ check box.
MANAGING GENERAL SETTINGS
GETTING STARTED
CLEARING PERSONAL DATA
The system allows you to clear your following personal
data that are stored in the system:
• Paired and connected devices.
• Favorites contacts.
To clear the personal data stored in the system:
1. In the General Setup options, navigate to and select
the Clear Personal Data option. The system displays
a message popup indicating that all personal data stored
on the system will be cleared.
2. In the message popup, select Yes to initiate the
clearing action. The system clears all your personal
data stored in its memory
Figure 10 : Clear Personal Data Message Popup
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CHANGE AUDIO SETTINGS
1. Press the button. The system displays the Setup menu
options.
2. Scroll to and select the Audio Setup option. The
system displays the various options for setting the audio
parameters.
CHANGE AUDIO SETTINGS
2. In the Bass/Mid/Treble screen, modify the field value by
setting it to a new value in the range of -10 to+10.
NOTE : The audio settings are common to all media
sources.
NOTE: You can also view the Audio Setup options
by pressing the button.
SETTING BASS, MIDDLE AND TREBLE VALUES
Bass: Increase or decrease the gain of low frequencies of
the audio sources.
Middle: Increase or decrease the mid frequency of the
audio sources.
Treble: Increase or decrease the high frequencies of the
audio sources.
To set the bass, middle and/or treble values:
1. In the Audio Setup options, navigate to and select
either Bass/Mid/Treble option. The system displays the
Bass/Mid/Treble screen.
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Figure 11 : Bass Screen
NOTE: The default values of Bass, Mid and Treble
fields are 0.
CHANGE AUDIO SETTINGS
GETTING STARTED
SETTING BALANCE AND FADER
SELECTING AN AUDIO PRESET / EQUALIZER
Balance: Change this value to set the volume distribution
between the left and right speakers of the vehicle.
The infotainment system enables you to automatically
change the audio settings depending on your favorite type
of music. The preset options that are available to you are:
Fader: Change this value to set the volume distribution
between the front and rear speakers of the vehicle.
To set the balance and/or fader values:
1. In the Audio Setup options, navigate to and select the
Balance /Fader option.
2. In the Balance/Fader screen, modify the field value by
setting it to a new value in the range of -5 to +5.
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Classic
Pop
Jazz
Rock
Flat
Speech
User
To change the audio settings to match your favorite type of
music:
1. In the Audio Setup options, navigate to and select the
Audio Preset option. The system displays the available
audio preset options.
2. Scroll to and select your favorite option. The system
automatically changes the audio settings depending on
your selection.
Fig 12 : Audio Setup Screen :Balance, Fader options
NOTE : The default values of Balance and Fader
fields are 0.
NOTE: The system displays the selected audio preset name beside the Audio Preset/ Equalizer menu
option.
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CHANGE VOLUME SETTINGS
CHANGE VOLUME SETTINGS
To handle the volume settings of the vehicle and the
variousfeatures of the infotainment system:
1. Press the
menu options.
button. The system displays the Setup
2. Navigate to and select the Volume Setup option. The
system displays the Volume Setup screen with various
options for setting the volume of the vehicle or other
system features.
SETTING SPEED DEPENDENT VOLUMET
DEFINITION:
When the vehicle speed increases, the engine noise and
surrounding noise like wind sound increases. The Speed
Dependent Volume feature adjusts the audio volume of your
system with the speed of the vehicle. This allows you to
feel that the music is played at the same volume.
To set the speed dependent volume:
1. In the Volume screen, navigate to and select the Speed
Dependent Volume option. The system displays the
Speed Dependent Volume screen.
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Fig 13 : Volume Setup Screen
2. Modify the value of the option by setting it to a new
value in the range of 0 to 5.
NOTE:The default value of Speed Dependent Volume
is, ‘1’ and when set to ‘0’ it corresponds to switching
OFF the volume.
SETTING PHONE AUDIO VOLUME
This option sets the in-call volume of the connected phone.
To set the phone audio volume:
1. In the Volume screen, navigate to and select the Phone
Audio Volume option. The system displays the Phone
Audio Volume screen.
CHANGE VOLUME SETTINGS
2. Modify the value of the option by setting it to a new
value in the range of 0 to 30.
NOTE:The default value of Phone Audio Volume is
‘10’.
DEFINITION:
Startup volume is the audio volume at which your music
will be played, when the system is switched ON with the
vehicle ignition switch ON. At system startup, the lower of
the system volume or startup volume will be used as the
system audio volume.
GETTING STARTED
SETTING THE AUX-IN GAIN
The infotainment system acts as the amplifier for the
audiooutput from the Auxiliary devices. You can set the
audiooutput amplification level to Low, Mid (medium) or High.
To set the audio amplification level:
1. In the Volume screen, highlight the Aux-In Gain option.
The system displays the available amplification level
options.
2. Navigate to and select the required amplification level.
SETTING STARTUP VOLUME
To set the startup volume of the system:
1. In the Volume screen, navigate to and select the Statup
Volume option. The system displays the Startup
volume screen.
2. Modify the value of the option by setting it to a new
value in the range of 5 to 20.
NOTE:At system startup, if the system volume is
higher than the startup volume, the lower of them will
be set as the volume.
NOTE : The default value of Startup Volume is, ‘10’.
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RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT
You can reset the infotainment system to the factory
settingsi.e default settings. This option is mainly useful
when you aregiving your vehicle to someone for temporary
usage or whenyou are selling your vehicle.
When you reset the system to factory settings, the
followingchanges will be made:
• All Setup settings like volume, audio and so on, which
were changed by the user will be restored to default.
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT
Once the reset is completed, the system prompts the
user to switch ‘OFF’ ignition and remove the key. The reset
action is completed, when you insert the key again (after
10 seconds at least) and switch ‘ON’ ignition.
NOTE : You will not be able to initiate reset to factory
default when the vehicle is in the One Hour System
Switched ‘ON’ Mode. However, if you switch ‘OFF’
ignition while the reset is in progress, the system
completes the reset operations in the One Hour
System Switched ‘ON’ Mode.
• All Bluetooth devices will be disconnected and paired
devices will be deleted
• System Bluetooth name will be reset to Connectnext.
• All media source details stored in the system will be
cleared.To reset the system to factory default settings:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Setup menu options.
2. Navigate to and select the Restore Factory Settings
option. The system initiates the restoring to factory
default settings action. The media source/radio that
is currently played will be stopped. Phone will be
disconnected.
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Fig 14 : Reset to Factory Defaults Message Popup
OVERVIEW
RADIO
RADIO
OVERVIEW
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system supports 3
FMradio bands (FM1, FM2 and FM3) and 2 AM radio bands
(AM1and AM2).
To view the radio screen, press the
button or select
the Radio option from the Home screen.
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AM/FM RECEPTION LIMITATIONS
Some AM/FM signal reception limitations of the system
arelisted below:
1. The AM/FM signal reception of the system does not
cover long ranges. If your vehicle leaves the transmitter
range, the sound quantity will become poor and there
may be noise interferences.
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2. The AM/FM signal cannot pass through hills and tall
buildings. If vehicles enter such areas, the reception
will be poor or there might be no reception at all.
3. The AM/FM signal reception quality might deteriorate
with multi path effect, which results due to signal
reflections from hills and tall buildings.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
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Fig 15 : Radio Screen
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Table 4: Radio Screen
Currently active radio band (FM1/FM2/FM3/AM1/AM2)
Current preset number.
Current Station Frequency
Preset browse button
Area where additional information like RDS information,
action currently in progress and so on.
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RADIO OPERATIONS
RADIO OPERATIONS
Manually Tuning a Radio Station
The system allows you to perform the following
radiooperations:
To manually tune radio stations:
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Changing the radio band
Tuning radio stations
Handling presets
AutoStore
Scan
CHANGING THE RADIO BAND
To change the radio band:
1. In the Radio Screen, press the
button. The
system displays the various radio bands as menu
options.
2. Select the required radio band. The system displays
the details of the selected radio band.
Increasing/Decreasing Radio Volume
Rotate the
knob clockwise/anti-clockwise toincrease
or decrease volume.
TUNING RADIO STATIONS
The infotainment system supports Manual tuning as well
as Auto tuning radio stations.
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1. In the Radio screen, rotate the
knob to tune to the
next radio station by increasing or decreasing the
frequency.
Auto Tuning a Radio Station
To auto tune radio stations:
button or the
1. In the Radio screen, press the
button. The system will automatically tune to the
next available radio station by increasing or decreasing
the frequency.
Stopping Auto Tuning
The system automatically stops the Auto Tuning action,
whenit reaches the next/previous receivable frequency or
whenthe search is unsuccessful.
To stop the auto tuning action manually:
1. Press any button.
Scanning Radio Stations
DEFINITION : You can scan through the available radio
stations, when you are not sure of the station you want to
hear. While scanning, the system plays each receivable
station for 10 seconds. You must stop the scanning to
continue hearing to a station.
RADIO OPERATIONS
RADIO
To scan through the radio stations.
.HANDLING PRESETS
button. The
1. In the Radio screen, press the
system displays the radio options.
2. From the radio options, navigate to and select Scan.
The system tunes to the next receivable station and
plays it for 10 seconds. The scanning will be continued
until stopped/cancelled.
NOTE : To stop the scanning action manually, press
any button.
DEFINITION:
You can store a radio station in the system memory as a
Preset, which will help in quick access of the station.
NOTE : To cancel the scanning action, press the
knob.
The infotainment system supports 6 presets per radio band.
Storing Presets
To store a tuned frequency ( radio station ) in a preset:
1. In the Radio screen, long press one of the corresponding preset (1 to 6) button.
AUTO STORING
DEFINITION:
The infotainment system allows you to automatically search
and store available radio stations as presets. When
initiated, the Auto Store feature priorities and stores the
available stations in the presets depending on the strength
of their signal i.e. the station with the highest signal strength
will be stored in Preset 1.
PresetsTo enable auto search and storing of presets:
Fig 16 : Radio Station Auto Scanning
1. In the Radio screen, press the
system displays the radio options.
button. The
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RADIO OPERATIONS
2. From the radio options, navigate to and select Auto store.
The system search for the available radio stations and
when found stores the stations as the presets for the
current radio band (AM/FM). When radio stations have
been stored in all presets or if there are no more
available stations, the system stops the automatic
storing of presets action.
3. Press (short press) the required preset button (1 to 6).
NOTE:You can also play a preset by browsing through
the available presets using the
and the
Steering Wheel control elements or IR Remote
control elements and pressing the
knob to play
it.
BROWSING THROUGH THE PRESETS
To browse through the preset list:
1. In the Radio screen, press the
knob. The system
displays the Presets screen with the list of presets.
You can again use the
knob to browse through the
preset list and play a preset.
Fig 17 : Presents Auto Store
Playing a Preset
To play a radio station that was stored as a preset:
1. Press the
Radio screen.
button. the system displays the
2. Change to the required radio band, if not already
displayed.
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NOTE : You can also browse through the presets by
and the
Steering Wheel control
using the
elements or IR Remote control elements.
OVERVIEW
MEDIA
MEDIA :
Table 5: Media Screen
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system supports
thefollowing media sources from which you can play
music:
1.
2.
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4.
USB source
Bluetooth Audio source
iPod
Audio AUX-In source
The audio formats that are supported by the system are :
.mp3and .aac.
OVERVIEW :
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Current Active Track Information
Feature Icon
Active Media Source Type Icon
Play/Pause Icon
Footer Area
Music Track Progress Detail
Repeat/Random state
NOTE : For Bluetooth media source devices, the Media
screen options will vary depending on the AVRCP
version of the device. For devices with AVRCP 1.3
and above, the system displays the device name, the
current active track name, and the play/pause icon.
For devices with AVRCP below 1.3, the system only
displays the device name and the play/pause icon.
Please note that behavior on Bluetooth profiles can
vary from device to device. Please check your phone
user manual for more details.
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Fig 18 : Sample Media Screen - iPod Source
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MEDIA
PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
The infotainment system allows you to play a media
sourcetype by using anyone of the following ways:
• By inserting/connecting a media source device to the
vehicle.
• By selecting a media source type from the Media
Sources menu options
PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
PLAYING MEDIA SOURCE AUTOMATICALLY
If a media source is inserted when the system is ON,
thesystem immediately recognizes the source and starts
readingthe source. Once the reading is complete, the
systemautomatically plays the music stored in the source.
CONNECTING TO A MEDIA SOURCE
The USB or Auxiliary media devices must be
physicallyconnected to the vehicle for the system to
recognize andaccess them. Refer to your vehicle Owner’s
Manual forinformation on where and how to connect the
USB andAuxiliary devices to your vehicle.
NOTE: USB devices with up to 32 GB of memory are
supported by the system.
Bluetooth devices do not require any physical connection
tothe vehicle or system. Once you enable the Bluetooth
featurein the media device and the system, both the
devices can beconnected and paired with each other.
NOTE: While playing music tracks from Bluetooth
devices, the volume must be set to maximum in the
device.
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Fig 19 : Message Popup indicating iPod Source Insertion
If the system is switched OFF, the system stops playing
thesource. When the system is switched ON again and if
thesource is still connected, the system starts playing
music fromwhere the source was stopped.
NOTE : For good audio quality, music tracks recorded
at 192 kbps or above are recommended for playing in
the system. If tracks recorded at lower rates are
played like around 128 kbps, there will be noticeable
difference while listening.
PLAYING A MEDIA SOURCE
MEDIA
SELECTING A MEDIA SOURCE
When multiple media sources are connected to
theinfotainment system or to play a particular media source
thatwas stopped earlier, you can select the required source
fromthe list of available Media Sources.
To select the required media source:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the Media
screen and plays the track that was played last, if the
source is still connected.
Fig 20 : Media Source Screen
NOTE: In the Media screen, press the
button
again. The system displays the Media Sources screen
with the various media source options. In the Media
Sources screen, select the required media source
option.
Only sources that are currently connected to
theinfotainment system can be played when selected.
Thesources that have the check box beside their name
arecurrently available for playing.
NOTE: If you try to play a source that is not available,
the system displays a message indicating the
unavailability and prompts you to connect a device of
the source first.
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
The infotainment system allows you to perform the
followingmusic related operations
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Play/pause music
Increase/decrease/mute volume
Repeat music track/folder
Randomly play music tracks in a folder/media source
Play next/previous music tracks
Perform Fast Forward/Fast Rewind
Play next/previous folder
View information of a music track
Browse through the music content
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
NOTE:You can also use the on the IR Remote
Control to pause/play music.
NOTE:If the system comes across a corrupt music
track in your media source, the system tries to play
the track and after 2 seconds automatically moves to
the next
music track in the media source.
HANDLING MUSIC VOLUME
The infotainment system allows you to:
• Increase/decrease the volume of the music
• Mute/Un-mute the volume
Increasing/decreasing volume
PAUSING/PLAYING MUSIC
To increase /decrease the volume of the music:
Using the system, you can playback a maximum of 15000
music files.
1. Rotate the
knob clockwise/anti-clockwise to
increase or decrease volume.
To pause playing of music:
1. In the Media screen when a track is playing, press the
button. The system pauses playing the music and the
button changes to a Play icon.
Repeat the step to restart playing the music.
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NOTE:You can also use the
and the
control
elements on the Steering Wheel or the IR Remote
Control to increase/decrease the volume.
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
Muting/un-muting volume
To mute /un-mute volume:
1. Press the
button. The system mutes the volume.
When you press the button again, the system will
un-mute the volume.
control eleNOTE : You can also process the
ment on the Steering Wheel or the IR Remote Control
to mute the volume.
REPEATING TRACK/FOLDER
You can either repeat a track or repeat music tracks in a
folder.To repeat a track or tracks in a folder:
1. When in the Media screen, press the
button. The
system repeats the current track. When you press the
button again, the system repeats the tracks in the
current folder. If you press the button for the third time,
the repeat action is stopped.
control element
NOTE:You can also press the
on the IR Remote Control to repeat track/folder.
NOTE:For some Bluetooth audio devices, all repeat
functions may not work. The availability of the
functions is dependant on the Audio/Video Remote
Control Profile (AVRCP) version of your device.
MEDIA
NOTE: For iPod devices, you can repeat only the
tracks in the device.
NOTE: The repeat functionalities are not supported
for the AUX-In music sources.
PLAYING TRACKS RANDOMLY
You can enable the system to randomly select and play
musictracks available in a folder or all music tracks in the
mediasource, instead of playing them in the sequence they
arestored.To randomly play music tracks:
1. When in the Media screen, press the
button. The
system randomly plays all tracks in the current folder
or all music tracks in the media source. If you press the
button again, the shuffle action is stopped.
NOTE: You can also press the
control element
on the IR Remote Control to randomly play all tracks
in a folder.
NOTE : For iPod devices (Apple devices), you can
randomly play all tracks only in the music source
device.
NOTE : For some Bluetooth audio devices,all random
functions may not work. The availability of the
functions is dependant on the Audio / Video Remote
Control Profile (AVRCP) version of your device.
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
NOTE : The shuffle functionalities are not supported
for the AUX-In music sources.
PLAYING NEXT/PREVIOUS MUSIC
TRACKS
When in a music track, the system allows you to play
thenext/previous music tracks.
To play the next/previous music tracks:
1. From within the Media screen, SP the
or the
button to play the next or previous track respectively. The system plays the next/previous track.
PERFORM FAST FORWARD/FAST REWIND
You can fast forward or fast rewind the music tracks to
quicklycomplete playing them and move ahead or backward in thefolder.
To fast forward or fast rewind:
1. From within the Media screen, LP the
or the
button. The system fast forwards or fast rewinds the
music tracks until the button is released and the action
is stopped. The system plays the music track that is in
focus when the action is stopped.
NOTE:You can also do a LP of the
NOTE : You can also do a SP of the
or the
and the
IR Remote control elements to fast rewind or fast
forward music tracks respectively.
Steering Wheel control elements to play the
previous or next music track respectively.
NOTE : The next/previous music track functionalities
are not supported for the AUX-In music sources.
NOTE:The fast forward/ fast rewind of music tracks
functionalities are not supported for the AUX-In music
sources.
IR Remote control elements or press the
NOTE : For some Bluetooth audio devices, the playing next /previous music tracks functions may not
work. The availability of the function is dependant on
the Audio / Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
version of your device.
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or the
NOTE:The fast forward/fast rewind operation response
depends on the Bluetooth Device response.
MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
PLAYING NEXT/PREVIOUS FOLDER
When in a music track, the system allows you to shift to
thenext/previous folder and play the music tracks in them.
To shift to the next/previous folder:
MEDIA
NOTE: The view music track information functionality
is not support for the AUX-In music sources.
NOTE: The information displayed by the functionality
is dependent on the information stored in the music
track and supported by the media source device. .
or the
1. When in the Media screen, press the
button to shift to the previous or next folder
respectively. The system plays the first music track in
the selected folder.
and the
NOTE: You can also long press the
Steering Wheel control elements or IR Remote
control elements to play the previous or next folder
respectively.
NOTE: The next/previous folder functionalities are not
supported for the iPod (Apple devices) devices,
Bluetooth devices and AUX-In music sources.
Fig 21 : Music Track Information Screen
VIEWING MUSIC TRACK INFORMATION
To view the details of a music track:
button.
1. When the music track is played, press the
The system displays the Song Info of the track, which
contains details like, Song name, Artist, Album, Genre,
Year, Album number, Track number and so on.
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
BROWSING THROUGH THE MEDIA CONTENT
SCANNING THROUGH THE MEDIA DEVICE
You can perform a category based browsing of
mediacontent stored in a media device.
DEFINITION : When you are unsure of the music track
you want to hear, you can scan through the tracks on your
media source. While scanning, the system plays each track
for 10 seconds. You must stop the scanning to continue
hearing to a track.
NOTE : The types of categories supported will
depend on the Media source / device.
To browse through the media content:
1. In the Media screen, select the Browse button. The
system displays the Browse screen with applicable
categories list.
NOTE : You can also view the Browse screen, by
pressing the
button or the
knob from
within the Media screen and selecting the Browse
menu option.
NOTE: You can scan through a USB/iPod media
device for the required music track.
To scan through a media device:
1. When in the Media screen, press the
The system displays the Options screen.
button.
2. Select the required category from the list. The system
displays the music tracks grouped under the selection.
2. Navigate to and select the Scan option. The system
displays the Scanning in progress screen and plays
each track until the scanning is stopped for 10 seconds. the name of the currently played track is also
displayed in the screen.
3. From the available music tracks, chose from the
required music track. The system plays the selected
music track.
NOTE : You can also initiate scanning of the Media
device by pressing the
IR Remote control element.
NOTE : If you browse to a category and then initiate
the scan, only the tracks in the selected category will
be scanned.
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MUSIC RELATED FUNCTIONS
MEDIA
NOTE : You can cancel the scanning process to play
a track completely.
STOPPING MEDIA DEVICE SCANNING
To stop scanning of the media device:
Fig 22 : Media Source Scanning in Progress
knob.
1. In the scan screen, select Cancel, using the
The system stops scanning the media device and starts
playing music from the current music track.
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PHONE
PHONE
Using the Bluetooth capability, you can pair and connect
your phone to the CONNECTNEXT® infotainment
system. Once both the devices are connected you can:
• Access the phone contents like phone book contacts,
call logs, music and so on through the system.
• Make or attend phone calls even while driving through
the infotainment system hands-free capability.
NOTE:Few mobile phones may not support all the
phone related features of the Infotainment system. It
is recommended that you refer to the user manual of
your mobile phone to understand its bluetooth and
other capabilities.
ENABLE BLUETOOTH
b. Navigate to and select the Bluetooth Setup option.
The system lists various options to handle the
bluetooth capabilities of the infotainment system.
c. Navigate to and select the Enable Bluetooth check
box. The infotainment system will now be able to
recognize the bluetooth enabled devices around it.
NOTE : If the visibility of the infotainment system is
enabled, even the other devices with bluetooth
capabilities can now search and view the infotainment
system. For information on the steps to enable the
system bluetooth visibility, refer to the Enabling /
Disabling System Bluetooth Visibility section.
ENABLE BLUETOOTH
To connect your cell phone to the infotainment system:
1. Turn ON the bluetooth capability and device visibility in
your phone.
2. Activate the bluetooth capability of the infotainment
system by:
a. Press the
button. The system displays the
Setup menu options.
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Fig 23 : Bluetooth Setup Screen
PAIR DEVICES
PHONE
PAIR DEVICES
Connecting your phone with the infotainment system
iscalled as pairing. The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment
systemsupports a maximum of 10 paired devices. A device
oncepaired need not be paired again unless the pairing is
deleted.A phone with an existing pairing with the
infotainmentsystem will be automatically connected when
bluetooth isenabled in both the devices and the phone is
within therange of the system.
To connect your bluetooth enabled phone with
theinfotainment system:
1. In the Bluetooth Setup options, navigate to and select
Search Device. The system searches for bluetooth
enabled devices within its range.
Fig 24 : Bluetooth Devices Search Message Popup
NOTE: When the search for bluetooth devices is
initiated, the currently connected device must be
temporarily disconnected. The system will prompt you
with a confirmation message for disconnecting the
connected paired devices.
NOTE: If you press the
button when the bluetooth
device search is in progress, the system stops the
search and displays the Bluetooth Setup options.
2. Navigate to and select the required phone from the list
of currently available bluetooth enabled devices.
NOTE: If there are already 10 devices paired to the
system, a message will be displayed asking you to
delete an existing pairing to enable a new pairing.
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3. The system prompts you to confirm the bluetooth pin of
the phone. Select Yes. The system initiates the pairing
of the infotainment system and the selected phone. If
the pairing is successful, the system displays the phone
in the Paired Devices screen. A copy of your phone
data like phone book (phone numbers and other
contact details) is also created in the system.
NOTE: If the pairing is initiated from the phone, the
system displays a message to accept or reject the
pairing request along with a bluetooth pin confirmation message. However, for initiating pairing from the
phone, the ‘Device Visibility’ of the system my be
enabled.
PAIR DEVICES
GUIDELINES FOR PAIRING DEVICES
Some of the guidelines for successfully pairing
andconnecting your phone with the infotainment system
are:
• Ensure that Bluetooth feature is switched ON in your
phone for successful pairing or auto-connection with your
infotainment system.
• Ensure that the phone and the infotainment system are
set to be visible to one another (refer to the Bluetooth
setup settings of your phone and infotainment system).
• Ensure that your phone is not in Battery Saver or
Airplane mode.??Ensure that the phone and
infotainment system are close to each other (in range)
and there are no obstructions blocking the phone and
the infotainment system connectivity.
• Ensure that your phone book contacts do not have
special characters or blanks before their name. If there
are such contacts, please rename them.
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TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS FOR PAIRING DEVICES
If you are unable to pair your phone with the
infotainmentsystem even after following the guidelines, try
the followingtroubleshooting steps:
1. Refer to the user manual of your phone to verify whether
all instructions for reset, connection and pairing have
been followed.
2. Re-initiate Bluetooth pairing search or connection
request either from the phone or the infotainment
system. Pairing search enables faster pairing or
connection between the devices.
3. If the above steps do not help, start the pairing process
from the beginning.
4. If the pairing is still unsuccessful, try clearing the paired
devices list from the Bluetooth settings of your phone
and reset your phone, if required. Do the same on the
infotainment system, if necessary.
PHONE
• Compatibility with 3rd party phones depends on the
Bluetooth standards, Bluetooth versions, OS version and
application software deployed on the phone by its manufacturer. So, the Bluetooth functions on your phone may
not support pairing of devices or is not compatible with
the infotainment system due to the differences in
Bluetooth software versions.
• It is recommended that you update the firmware of your
phone when you receive a message from the phone
manufacturer prompting you to upgrade, as these
upgrades are meant to provide the latest and more defect
free software to you.
• Generally Bluetooth SIG certified phones are known to
work reliably with the infotainment system. Please check
if your phone complies with the Bluetooth standards.
If even after following the troubleshooting steps you
areunable to pair the devices, any one of the
followingconditions might be true for your phone:
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MANAGE PAIRED DEVICES
The infotainment system allows you to:
• View the list of devices paired to it
• Connect to a paired device??Disconnect a paired
device??Delete paired devices
VIEW PAIRED DEVICES
To view the list of devices paired with the
infotainmentsystem:
1. In the Bluetooth Setup options, navigate to and select
Paired Device List. The system displays the list of
devices that are paired with the system.
CONNECT/DISCONNECT A PAIRED DEVICE
MANAGE PAIRED DEVICES
You can connect to a paired device to access the
mediarelated data like music and/or phone related data
likecontacts and call log stored in the device. Each device
pairedwith the system are by default connected for both
media andphone. To connect or disconnect a paired
device:
1. In the Paired Device screen, select the required device.
The system displays the connection/disconnection options for the device.
2. You can select to connect/disconnect the device for:
• Music only (
)
• Phone only(
)
• Both Music and Phone. (see Figure 25)
Select the required option. The system connects / disconnects the device as per the selected option.
Fig 25 : Device Paired for Both Phone and Music
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PHONE
DELETE PAIRED DEVICES
DELETING A PAIRED DEVICE
You can either delete a paired device or all devices that
arecurrently paired with the infotainment system.
To delete a paired device:
1. In the Bluetooth Setup options, navigate to and select
Delete Devices. The system displays the delete options for the paired devices.
2. Select List All Devices option. The system displays
the Paired Devices screen with the list of devices
currently paired with the system.
3. Navigate to and select the required device for deletion.
The system prompts you to confirm the deletion of the
paired devices.
Fig 26 : Delete Devices Screen
Deleting All Paired Devices To delete all paired device:
1. In the Bluetooth Setup options, navigate to and select
Delete Devices. The system displays the delete
options for the paired devices.
4. Select Yes. The system deletes the selected device
that was paired with the infotainment system.
NOTE : If the selected paired device is currently
connected, the device will be disconnected before the
device name is deleted from the pairing devices list.
2. Select Delete All option. The system prompts you to
confirm the deletion of all paired devices.
3. Select Yes. The system deletes all devices paired with
the infotainment system.
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MANAGE BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
MANAGE BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
CHANGING SYSTEM BLUETOOTH DISPLAY NAME
In addition to pairing devices and managing the
paireddevices, the infotainment system allows you to:
By default, the name that is used to recognize
yourinfotainment system in other Bluetooth enabled
devices is CONNECTNEXT® .
• Enable/disable the visibility of your system as a
Bluetooth device.
• Change the Bluetooth display name of your system.
• Set the Bluetooth pin code of your system.
ENABLING / DISABLING SYSTEM BLUETOOTH
VISIBILITY
To enable/disable the visibility of the system when
otherdevices initiate a bluetooth devices search:
1. In the Bluetooth Setup options, navigate to and select
Device Visibility. The check box beside the option is
either selected/cleared. When set, the system will be
visible to other devices when they initiate a bluetooth
devices search. If the visibility is not enabled, the
system will not be listed when other devices search for
Bluetooth devices around them.
NOTE:When the visibility setting is changed, the
bluetooth pairing with other devices, if any active,
will be disconnected.
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To change the Bluetooth display name of your
infotainmentsystem:
1. In the Bluetooth Setup options, navigate to and select
Device Name (<current device name>). The
system displays a list of device names that can be set
for the infotainment system.
2. Select the required device name from the list. The
system sets the new name as the Bluetooth display
name of the system, which will be displayed when other
devices initiate a bluetooth devices search. The
system also displays the new name beside the Device
Name option.
NOTE:The device name must be less than or equal to
20 characters.
MANAGE BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
PHONE
SETTING SYSTEM BLUETOOTH PIN CODE
To change the Bluetooth pin code of your
infotainmentsystem:
1. In the Bluetooth Setup options, navigate to and select
Change PIN(<current pin code>). The system displays
the keypad.
2. Type the required pin code and select Enter. The
system sets the new pin as the Bluetooth pin code of
the system, which can be used to connect to other
devices, when they initiate pairing. The system also
displays the new pin code beside the Change PIN
option.
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PHONE FUNCTIONS
PHONE FUNCTIONS
To view the call list:
When a mobile phone is paired and connected to the
infotainment system, you can handle the following
phoneoperations through the hands-free capability of the
system:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the
Phone submenu options.
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Automatically connect to the mobile phone
View phone details
View call list (call log) and phone book (contacts)
Make an outgoing call
Accept/reject an incoming call
Put a call on hold??Handle two calls at a time
Conduct a conference call
Toggle between the Phone handset and the hands-free
capability
VIEWING PHONE DETAILS
From the infotainment system display screen, you can
getdetails of your mobile phone like, battery strength,
networkstrength and so on.
VIEWING CALL LOGS
You can view all calls, received or dialled from
theinfotainment system or missed when connected to
thesystem, in the call list (call log). The system displays
up to 10 past calls that were dialled or received using it.
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NOTE: If no mobile phone is paired/connected to the
system, a popup message indicating the unavailability of a currently connected device is displayed. You
are also prompted to pair a new device (mobile phone)
in the message.
phone menu
NOTE : You can also select the
from the Home screen to display the Phone submenu
options.
2. In the Phone submenu options, navigate to and select
the Call Log option. The system displays the call log
submenu options.
3. In the call log submenu options, select the required
option from All Calls / Missed Calls / Received Calls /
Dialed Calls. The system displays details of up to 10
past calls in the selected call list type.
NOTE: The system can take some time to display
the list of calls and will display a message while it
retrieves the call list.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
PHONE
VIEWING PHONE BOOK
MAKING AN OUTGOING CALL
The infotainment system allows you to view up to 1500
contacts stored in your phone book.
The infotainment system supports four different ways
ofmaking a phone call. They are:
• Dialling by selecting the phone number from the call list
• Dialling by selecting the phone number from the phone
book
• Dialling the phone number manually
To view the contacts:
1. Press the
button. The system displays the Phone
submenu options.
2. In the phone submenu options, navigate to and select
the Contacts option. The system displays the Contacts
screen with the list of contacts stored in your phone
book.
NOTE : The system can take some time to display
the list of phone book contacts and will display a
message while it retrieves the contact list.
NOTE : Your phone must support PBAP (Phone Book
Access Profile) to enable download and viewing of
phone book contacts from the system.
Fig 27 : Outgoing Call Screen
Manually Dialling a Phone Number
To make a call by manually dialling a phone number:
1. In the Phone submenu options, select the Dial option.
The system displays the Keypad to enter the phone
number.
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NOTE : Refer to the Viewing Call List section for
information on displaying the phone submenu options.
2. Enter the digits of the phone number in the keypad.
3. After entering the phone number, navigate to and select
the Call button. The system initiates the outgoing call.
NOTE : To delete an incorrect entry, use the
button in the keypad to delete the entire number or
digits in the number. On pressing the clear button,
thesystem deletes one digit at a time starting with
the last digit in the number.
Dialling Using the Phone Book
To make a call by dialling a number in the phone book:
1. Open the Contacts screen. Refer to the Viewing Phone
Book section for the steps to open the Contacts screen.
2. Navigate to through the contacts in the contact list and
select the required number. The system dials the selected number and initiates the outgoing call.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
Dialling Using the Call Log
To dial a number from the list of previous calls (call log):
1. Display the required call list. Refer to the Viewing Call
List section for information on displaying the required
call list.
2. Select the required number from the list. The system
dials the selected number and initiates the outgoing
call
Accepting/Rejecting Aa Incoming Phone Call
When you receive a phone call, you can either accept or
rejectthe call using the infotainment system.
If your mobile phone is paired and currently connected to
thesystem, the system notifies you with a popup message
whenyou receive a phone call. The system allows you to
Accept orReject the incoming call.
To accept the incoming call:
1. Select the Accept button in the popup message. The
system connects the call to enable you to talk to the
caller.
NOTE : You can also accept the call using the
Steering Wheel control.
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To reject the incoming call:
Fig 28 : Incoming Call Screen
1. Select the Reject button in the popup message. The
system disconnects the call.
NOTE : You can also reject the call using the Steering
Wheel control.
PHONE
HANDLING IN-CALL FUNCTIONS
When you are in a call (outgoing or incoming), the
systemsupports you to perform any of the following
functions:
• Respond to the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) with
the required details
• Put the call on hold
• Switch between phone (handset) and system (handsfree) capability
• Accept another incoming call
• Switch between calls
• Conduct a conference call by adding another number or
by merging two existing calls
• Mute the microphone
• End the call
Responding to the IVR
When you have called a contact with Interactive
VoiceResponse (IVR) like customer care number of bank
and so on,you will have to enter some details through the
phone. Forexample, you might have to enter your bank
accountnumber, when prompted by the IVR. You can use
the Keypadin-call option to enter such details through the
infotainmentsystem.
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To display the Keypad and to respond to the IVR with
details:
1. In the active call screen, navigate to and select the
Keypad button. The system displays a keypad for you
to enter the details as prompted by the IVR.
Putting a Call on Hold
To put a call on hold:
1. In the active call screen, navigate to and select the Hold
button. The system puts the currently active call on
hold.
Switching Between Handset and Hands-Free
When in an active call, the system allows you to
switchbetween the phone handset and its hands-free
capability and also vise versa.
To toggle between phone and system:
1. In the active call screen, navigate to and select the Handset button to switch the call from system to phone or
the Handsfree button to switch from phone to system.
Accepting Another Incoming Call
When you are in an active call and receive another
incomingcall, you can put the active call on hold and
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accept the newcall. The system allows you to have a
maximum of 2 calls atany given time, one on hold and the
other active.
To accept another incoming call:
1. In the active call screen, the system displays a new
call popup message with Accept and Reject buttons,
when you receive a new incoming call. Select the
Accept button in the new call popup message. The
system puts the first call on hold and activates the new
call.
Switching Between Calls
When you have 2 calls happening simultaneously (one
onhold and other active), the system allows you to
switchbetween the calls without ending any of them.To
switch between calls:
1. In the active call screen, select the Swap button. The
system puts the active call on hold and activates the
second call, which was on hold till then. To activate the
previous call, follow the same step.
PHONE FUNCTIONS
PHONE
with options to dial the additional number from the
Contacts, Call Log or Dial (Keypad).
3. Follow the steps listed in the Making an Outgoing
Call section for dialling a number using the various
options. The system initiates an outgoing call for the
selected number.
Fig 29 :Switching Between Calls
Conducting a Conference Call
When in an active call, you can connect an additional
phonenumber to create a conference call between the
contacts.You can create a conference call by either
dialling to anadditional number or by accepting a new
incoming call.
To create a conference call by dialling additional number:
1. In the active call screen, press the
button. The
system puts the active call on hold and displays the
in-call Options menu.
2. In the in-call Options menu, navigate to and select the
Add Call option. The displays the Add Call submenu
4. In the new call screen, press the
button. The
system displays the Options menu with options to
handle the 2 calls (one on hold and one new call).
5. In the Options menu, navigate to and select the Merge
option. The system merges the 2 calls to create a
conference call. The first call is activated before merger.
Fig 30 : Phone In-Call Options
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Muting the Microphone
When in a call (both individual call and conference call),
youcan mute the microphone to disable the other
participant(s)in the call from hearing you.
To mute the microphone,
1. In the active call screen, press the
system displays the Options menu.
Fig 31 : Conference Call Created
To create a conference call by accepting a new incoming
call:
1. Accept a new incoming call as detailed in the Accepting Another Incoming Call section.
2. In the new call screen, press the
button. The
system displays the Options menu with options to
handle the 2 calls (one on hold and one new call).
3. In the Options menu, navigate to and select the Merge
option. The system merges the 2 calls to create a
conference call. The first call is activated before merger.
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button. The
2. In the Options menu, navigate to and select the Mute
Microphone option. The system selects the check box
beside the option and puts the call on mute.
NOTE: To un-mute the microphone, repeat the above
step again. The system clears the Mute Microphone
check box.
Ending a Call
To end an active call:
1. In the active call screen, select the End button. The
system disconnects the call.
NOTE: You can also end the active call using the
Steering Wheel control.
DISPLAY VEHICLE SETUP SCREEN
PHONE
VEHICLE
DISPLAY VEHICLE SETUP SCREEN
The CONNECTNEXT® infotainment system supports
handlingand viewing of some vehicle feature / components
controls. Itallows you to:
To display the Vehicle Setup screen:
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Set vehicle door locking options
Manage the Park Assist system settings, if available
Handle exterior approach lights
View vehicle climate control information
1. Press the
menu options.
button. The system displays the Setup
2. Navigate to and select the Vehicle Setup option. The
system displays the Vehicle screen with various
options for handling the vehicle door lock/unlock, park
assist and exterior lights.
NOTE : The above features are not standard in every
vehicle variant. Features that are unavailable in the
vehicle cannot be controlled using the infotainment
system. Please refer to the Owner’s Manual of your
vehicle or check with your vehicle dealer to confirm
the list of features available in your vehicle.
Options to handle all these functions are available in
theVehicle Setup screen of the infotainment system.
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SET LOCK / UNLOCK OPTIONS
SET LOCK/UNLOCK OPTIONS
SETTING VEHICLE AUTO RELOCK
In the Vehicle Setup screen, you can set the following
optionsrelating to the remote door lock/unlock feature of
yourvehicle:
DEFINITION:
• Drive away locking
• Vehicle auto relock
NOTE : For steps to display the Vehicle Setup screen,
refer to the Display the Vehicle Setup Screen
section.
SETTING DRIVE AWAY LOCKING
DEFINITION : The Drive Away Locking feature automatically locks all vehicle doors when you start driving the
vehicle and reach a specific speed.
To set the Drive Away Locking feature:
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Central Locking option. The system displays the
Central Locking screen.
2. In the Central Locking screen, navigate to and select
the Drive Away Locking option. The system selects
the check box and enables the feature.
NOTE : You can select the Drive Away Locking
option again to clear the check box and disable the
feature.
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With the Vehicle Auto Relock feature, when you unlock the
vehicle through the remote key and none of the doors are
opened for 60 seconds, the doors will be re-locked
automatically, for safety purpose.
To set the Vehicle Auto Relock feature:
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Central Locking option. The system displays the
Central Locking screen.
2. In the Central Locking screen, navigate to and select
the Vehicle Auto Relock option. The system selects
the check box and enables the feature.
NOTE: You can select the Vehicle Auto Relock
option again to clear the check box and disable the
feature.
MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
The Park Assist feature is vehicle dependant. If you have
thepark assist system in your vehicle variant, you will be
able tomanage it using the infotainment system.
VEHICLE
NOTE : Display of the Park Assist screen is automatically activated when you engage the Reverse gear.
MANAGING PARK ASSIST DISPLAY
The system allowsyou to:
• Activate park assist
• Enable Park Assist Delay Timer
• Set park assist volume
NOTE : For steps to display the Vehicle Setup screen,
refer to the Display the Vehicle Setup Screen
section.
ACTIVATING PARK ASSIST
You can activate or deactivate the Park Assist system of
yourcar without engaging / disengaging the Reverse gear.
To activate the Park Assist system from your infotainment
system:
Fig 32 : Park Assist Screen
The system displays the Park Assist screen when the
Reversegear is engaged. The display is stopped when the
Reversegear is disengaged.
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist option. The system displays the park
assist options.
2. In the Park Assist options, scroll to and select the
Activate Park Assist option. The system displays the
Park Assist screen.
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MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
The Park Assist display screen has the following
information :
Table 6: Park Assist Screen
1.
2.
Information Header Contains the any one of the
following details:
• Screen name (Park Assist) and system time.
• Park Assist component related message, for
example, can contain a message to indicate
that the Park brake is engaged
• Active phone call related information
• Radio/Media related information
2. The Park Assist component is temporarily disabled
because:
1. A trailer is connected to your car
2. The car speed is high
NOTE : For more information on the Park Assist
system refer to your vehicle user manual.
NOTE : The Phone call / Radio / Media related
information will be displayed only if the Mix with
Audio option is enabled. Refer to the Retaining
Audio During Park Assist section for more
information.
Park Assist sensor view
Unavailability of Park Assist Display
Sometimes even after activating park assist the
component details are not displayed in the system.
This will happen in the following situations :
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1. A critical error has occurred in the Park Assist
component and you need to contact the Tata Motors
service center
Fig 33 : Park Assist Critical Fault Message Popup
MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
VEHICLE
Delaying Park Assist Display Stop
SETTING PARK ASSIST VOLUME
The system allows you to retain the Park Assist display
screeneven after the Reverse gear is disengaged. This
feature iscalled as Park Assist Delay Timer.
This option sets the volume related parameters of the
vehiclePark Assist component.
To set the volume value for park assist:
DEFINITION : When in a closed parking lot, you have to
disengage and engage the Reverse gear multiple times for
parking your vehicle within the available space. The Park
Assist Delay Timer feature, when enabled, will retain the
park assist screen for a pre-configured time even when the
Reverse gear is disengaged
To enable the Park Assist Delay Timer:
2. In the Park Assist screen, navigate to and select Park
Assist Volume option. the system displays the Park
Assist Volume scree.
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist option. The system displays the Park
Assist screen.
3. In the Park Assist Volume screen, select Park Assist
Volume filed and modify the value of the field, by setting
it to a new value in the range of 0 to 15.
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist option. The system displays the Park
Assist screen.
2. In the Park Assist screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist Delay Timer option. The system displays
the options for the Park Assist delay timer.
3. Select the required timer option from 0 sec / 5 sec /
10 sec. When the Park Assist component is enabled
next, the system retains the Park Assist display screen
even after the Reverse gear is disengaged for the
selected time period.
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Retaining Audio During Park Assist
By default, the infotainment system stops the currently
activemedia source, when the park assist feature is used.
To retainthe media source audio in the background even
during parkassist:
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Park Assist option. The system displays the Park
Assist screen.
2. In the Park Assist screen, navigate to and select Park
Assist Volume option. the system displays the Park
Assist Volume scree.
3. In the Park Assist Volume screen, navigate to and select the Mix With Audio option. The check box beside
the option is selected.
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MANAGE PARK ASSIST (IF APPLICABLE)
MANAGE EXTERIOR LIGHTS (IF APPLICABLE)
MANAGE EXTERIOR LIGHTS (IF APPLICABLE)
The infotainment system provides you the flexibility
ofhandling the exterior approach lights of your vehicle:
VEHICLE
3. Navigate to and select the required illumination time
period option from 30 seconds / 60 seconds / 90 seconds.
MANAGING APPROACH LIGHTS :
DEFINITION : When you approach your car in the dark,
you can switch on the Approach Lights (some exterior and
interior lights of the vehicle) to identify your car as well as
to find your way safely to it.
NOTE : Refer to the owner’s manual of your vehicle to
understand how to switch on the Approach lights.
The system allows you to set the time period for which
theApproach lights will be illuminated after you switch them
ON.
To set the Approach lights illumination time period:
1. In the Vehicle Setup screen, navigate to and select the
Exterior Lights option. The system displays the
Exterior Lights screen.
2. In the Exterior Lights screen, navigate to and select the
Approach Lamps option. The system displays the
various illumination time period options.
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OVERVIEW OF CLIMATE CONTROL
OVERVIEW OF CLIMATE CONTROL
CLIMATE SETTINGS CHANGE POPUP
The infotainment system displays the following
climatecontrol related information in its display screen
bottom bar.
The system displays popup message when you change
any ofthe climate settings like temperature / blower using
the FATC controls. The system displays popup message
when you :
• Switch ON/OFF the AC
Fig 34 : Display Screen with Climate Control Details
in Footer
Fig 35 : Message Popup Indicating AC ON
Table 7: Display Screen Climate Information
01. AC ON/OFF
02. ECON ON/OFF mode
03. Blower speed
04. Rear-Defogger ON/OFF
05. MAX-Defrost mode
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06. Air distribution mode
07. AUTO mode
08. Recirculation mode
09. Fresh-AIR mode
10. Temperature selection
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Increase/decrease the blower speed
Increase/decrease the temperature
Set the Low or High mode of temperature setting
Shift between air re-circulation options (Recirculate or
Fresh)
OVERVIEW OF CLIMATE CONTROL
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VEHICLE
Change the air distribution mode
Set Rear Defog ON/OFF
Set Maximum Frost Defrost
Set Economy or Automatic mode
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ABBREVIATION
ABBREVIATIONS
The abbreviation used in the guide are listed in the below
table.
Table 8: Abbreviations
Table 8: Abbreviations
LP
Long Press
PBAP
Phone Book Access Profile
AC
Air Conditioning
PNG
Portable Network Graphics
AM
Amplitude Modulation
RDS
Radio Data System
APPS
Applications
SP
Single Press
AUX
Auxiliary
USB
Universal Serial Bus
AVRCP
Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
BMP
Bitmap Image File
FATC
Fully Automatic Temperature Control
FM
Frequency Modulation
HVAC
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
IR
Infra-Red
JPEG
Joint Photographic Experts Group
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INDEX
INDEX
A
APPROACH LIGHTS
AUDIO SETTINGS
SELECT AUDIO PRESET(EQUALIZER)
Set Balance
Set Bass
Set Fader
Set Middle
Set Treble
AUTO PAIRING
AUTO STORE PRESETS
B
BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
Change system bluetooth display name
Enable/Disable system bluetooth visibility
Set system bluetooth pin code
C
CENTRAL LOCKING OPTIONS
Drive away locking
Vehicle auto relock
CLIMATE CONTROL
AC setting change popups
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Audio settings
Control elements
General system settings
Key features
Media capabilities
Other modes of control
Phone capabilities
Radio capabilities
Reset to factory default
System ON/OFF
System usage
Vehicle capabilities
Volume settings
D
DRIVE AWAY LOCKING
E
EXTERIOR LIGHTS
Approach lights
G
GENERAL SYSTEM SETTINGS
Clear personal data
Setting date
Setting time
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IN-CALL FUNCTIONS
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Accept another incoming call
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Conduct conference call
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End call
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Mute the microphone
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Put call on hold
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Respond to IVR
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Switch between calls
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Switch between handset and hands-free
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MEDIA
Handling music tracks
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Overview
55
Play a media source
57
Supported media sources
55
MEDIA SOURCE
57
Connect
57
Play automatically
58
Select
MENU STRUCTURE
Main Menu
78
55
59
31
31
MUSIC RELATED OPERATIONS
Browse
Increase/decrease volume
Mute/un-mute volume
Pause/Play music
Perform fast forward/fast rewind
Play next/previous folder
Play next/previous tracks
Play tracks randomly
Repeat track / folder
Scan
View track information
N
NAVIGATING BETWEEN ON-SCREEN OBJECTS
Going to the parent menu from a submenu
Identifying the currently active menu
Modifying the value in a range
Scrolling through a menu list
Selecting an on-screen object
O
OTHER MODES OF CONTROL
IR Remote
Steering Wheel
60
65
60
61
60
63
64
63
62
61
66
65
32
33
33
33
33
32
18
23
19
INDEX
OUTGOING CALL
Dial using the call list
Dial using the phone book
Manual dialling of phone number
P
PAIR DEVICES
Guidelines
Troubleshooting Steps
PAIRED DEVICES OPERATIONS
Connect/disconnect paired devices
Delete paired devices
View paired devices
PARK ASSIST
Activation
Delay display stop
Display
Display unavailability
Retain audio
Volume
PARK ASSIST DELAY TIMER
PHONE
Bluetooth settings
Enable bluetooth
Functions
80
81
81
80
69
71
72
73
73
74
73
90
90
93
91
91
94
93
93
68
76
68
78
Handle paired devices
Pair Devices
PHONE FUNCTIONS
Accept/reject incoming calls
Handle in-call functions
Make an Outgoing Call
View call list
View phone book
View phone details
PRESET
RRADIO
AM/FM reception limitations
Operations
Overview of capabilities
RADIO BAND
Change radio band volume
RADIO OPERATIONS
Change radio band
Handle presets
Tune radio stations
RADIO PRESETS
Auto store presets
Browse through presets
Play a preset
Store presets
73
69
78
81
82
80
78
79
78
52
48
48
50
48
50
50
50
50
52
50
52
53
54
53
52
79
09
09
INDEX
S
SAFETY GUIDELINES
General
System care and maintenance
While driving
SPEED DEPENDENT VOLUME
STARTUP VOLUME
SYSTEM USAGE
Accessing Main Menu
Handling Popups
Menu structure
Navigating between on-screen objects
V
VEHICLE
Climate control notifications
Display vehicle setup screen
Exterior lights options
Locking/unlocking options
Park Assist
VEHICLE AUTO RELOCK
VOLUME SETTINGS
Set Aux-In gain
Set phone audio volume
Set speed dependent volume
Set startup volume
80
4
4
5
5
43
44
31
31
34
31
32
87
96
87
95
88
90
89
43
45
44
43
44
W
WAYS OF TUNING RADIO STATIONS
Auto tuning
Manual tuning
Scan radio stations
50
50
50
51
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