CHEVROLET CRUZE OWNERS HANDBOOK

CHEVROLET CRUZE OWNERS HANDBOOK
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Contents
MyLink
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Audio system
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Audio
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Coloursystem
Connected
Radio ............. 55
Navi 650 / Navi 950 ................... 103
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Audio system
Introduction
Introduction ..................................
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Radio ...........................................
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Audio players ................................
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Phone ...........................................
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Index .............................................
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Introduction
Introduction
General information .....................
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Theft-deterrent feature
feature .................
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Control elements overview
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overview.............
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Operation .....................................
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Personalisation.............................
General information
The Infotainment system provides
Infotainment in your car, using the
latest technology.
The radio can be easily used by
registering up to 36 FM or AM radio
stations with the PRESET buttons
[1~6] per every six pages.
The integrated CD player can play
audio CD and MP3 (WMA) discs, and
the USB player can play connected
USB storage devices or iPod
products.
The Bluetooth phone connection
function (only available for Type A
model) allows for the use of wireless
hands-free phone calls, as well as a
phone music player.
Connect a portable music player to
the exterior sound input and enjoy the
rich sound of the Infotainment
system.
The digital sound processor provides
a number of preset equalizer modes
for sound optimisation.
The system can be easily adjusted
with the carefully designed adjusting
device, smart displayer, and
multifunctional menu dial regulator.
■ The "Overview" section provides a
simple overview of Infotainment
system's functions and summary of
all regulatory devices.
■ The "Operation" section explains
the basic controls for the
Infotainment system.
Note
This manual describes all options
and features available for the
various Infotainment systems.
Certain descriptions, including those
for display and menu functions, may
not apply to your vehicle due to
model variant, country
specifications, special equipment or
accessories.
Screen display
The screen display may differ from
the manual display since most screen
displays differ according to the
device's setup and vehicle
specification.
Introduction
Theft-deterrent feature
The Infotainment system has an
electronic security system installed to
prevent theft.
The Infotainment system only works
in the vehicle in which it was first
installed, and cannot be used by the
people who have stolen it.
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Introduction
Control elements overview
Overview
Introduction
Type A: Radio + CD/MP3 + AUX +
USB/iPod + Bluetooth
Type B: Radio + CD/MP3 + AUX
1. Display
Display for Play/Reception/Menu
state and information.
2. POWER/VOLUME button with
control knob
◆ Turn the power on/off by
pressing this button.
◆ Turn the control knob to adjust
the overall volume.
3. PRESET [1 ~ 6 ] buttons
◆ Hold down any of these buttons
to add the current radio station
to the current Favourites page.
◆ Press any of these buttons to
select the channel linked to that
button.
4. EJECT button
Press this button and take out the
disc.
5. Disc slot
This is the slot in which compact
discs are inserted or taken out.
6. FAVOURITE [FAV1-2-3] button
Press this button to select the
page of saved favourite channels.
7. INFORMATION [INFO] button
◆ Press this button to view file
information when using the CD/
MP3/USB/iPod play modes.
◆ View information about a radio
station and the currently playing
song when using the radio
function.
8. dSEEKc buttons
◆ Press these buttons while using
the radio to automatically seek
stations with clear reception.
You can manually set the
broadcasting frequency by
holding down these buttons.
◆ Press these buttons while using
the CD/ MP3/USB/iPod play
modes to instantly play the
previous or next track.
You can hold down these
buttons to quickly rewind/
forward through the currently
playing songs.
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9. CD/AUX button
Press button to select CD/MP3/
AUX or USB/iPod/Bluetooth audio
function.
10. RADIO BAND button
Toggle between FM or AM band
radio.
11. CLOCK button
To enter the Time and Date
Settings menu.
12. CONFIG button
Press this button to enter the
System Configuration menu.
13. TONE button
Press this button to adjust/select
the sound setup mode.
14. MENU-TUNE button with control
◆ Press this button to display the
currently functioning menu or
select/practice setup content
and setup values.
◆ Turn the control knob to move/
change setup content or setup
values.
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Introduction
15. AUX port
Connect an exterior sound device
to this port.
16. PBACK button
◆ Cancel input content or return to
the previous menu.
17. PHONE/MUTE button
◆ Press this button to activate
Bluetooth phone mode (only for
Type A model) or to turn the
mute function on or off (only for
Type B model).
◆ Hold down the button to turn the
mute function on or off (only for
Type A model).
Steering wheel audio controls
Steering wheel audio control Type 1:
option
1. Mute/Hang up button
Press the button in any music play
mode to turn the mute function on
and off. In engaged mode, you
can press this button to reject calls
or to finish the call.
2. Call button
◆ Press the button to answer the
call or enter the re-dial selection
mode.
◆ Hold down the button to enter
the dialled call log or to move
back and forth from hands-free
mode and private call mode
during a call.
3. Source [dSRCc] button/control
knob
◆ Press the button to select a
sound play mode.
◆ Turn the control knob to change
the registered radio stations or
change the music being played.
4. Volume [+ -] buttons
◆ Press the + button to increase
the volume.
◆ Press the - button to decrease
the volume.
Introduction
Steering wheel audio control Type 2:
option
◆ Press the button to select a
sound play mode.
◆ Turn the control knob to change
the registered radio stations or
change the music being played.
4. Volume [+ -] buttons
◆ Press the + button to increase
the volume.
◆ Press the - button to decrease
the volume.
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System on/off
Operation
1. Mute/Hang up button
Press the button to turn the mute
function on and off.
2. Not available
3. Source [dSRCc] button/control
knob
Buttons and controlling device
The Infotainment system is operated
by using the function buttons,
multifunctional dial control knob, and
the menu indicated on the screen
display.
The buttons and control devices used
in the system are the following ones.
■ The Infotainment system buttons
and control knob
■ Steering wheel remote control
buttons
Press the POWER/VOLUME button
to turn the system on.
Turning on the power will play the
previously chosen broadcasting
station or song. (However, it will be
different for Bluetooth audio
depending on the device.)
Press the POWER/VOLUME button
to turn the system off.
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Introduction
Turning off automatically
When the ignition switch (car ignition
key) is in the off position, turning on
the Infotainment system by using the
POWER/VOLUME button will
automatically turn the Infotainment
system off after ten minutes from the
user's last operation.
Volume control
■ Using the steering wheel remote
control knob, press the VOLUME
[+/-] buttons to adjust the volume.
■ The current sound volume is
indicated.
■ Turning on the Infotainment system
power will set the volume level to its
previous selection (when it is less
than the maximum starting
volume).
Tone Settings
Auto Volume control
Once the speed-compensating sound
volume setup starts operating, the
volume will automatically be
controlled according to the vehicle's
speed to offset the noise from the
engine and tyres. (Refer to System
Configuration → Radio Settings →
Auto Volume).
Volume limit at high temperature
Turn the POWER/VOLUME control
knob to adjust the volume.
If the inside temperature of the radio
is very high, the Infotainment system
will limit the controllable maximum
volume.
If necessary, the volume will
automatically decrease.
From Tone Settings, sound features
can be setup differently according to
the FM/AM audio and each audio
player’s functions.
Press the TONE button when using
the relevant functioning mode.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select the desired tone control mode,
and then press the MENU-TUNE
button.
Introduction
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select the desired tone control value,
and then press the MENU-TUNE
button.
It is possible to initialize the currently
selected item by long-pressing the
MENU-TUNE button in the tune
configuration mode, or to initialize all
items of the tune configuration mode
by long-pressing the TONE button.
Tone settings
■ Bass: Adjust the bass level from -12
to +12.
■ Midrange: Adjust the midrange
level from -12 to +12.
■ Treble: Adjust the treble level from
-12 to +12.
■ Fader: Adjust the front/rear speaker
balance from front 15 to rear 15 in
the six speaker system vehicle
model.
■ Balance: Adjust the left/right
speaker balance form left 15 to right
15.
■ EQ (Equalizer): Select or turn off
the sound style (OFF ↔ Pop ↔ Rock
↔ Classical ↔ Talk ↔ Country).
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Press the RADIO BAND button to
select FM or AM radio.
Press the MENU-TUNE button to
open the FM/AM menu that includes
options for selecting broadcast
stations.
CD/MP3/USB/iPod/Bluetooth audio
play or exterior sound (AUX) input
Select function
FM/AM radio
Repeatedly press the CD/AUX button
to toggle through the audio player
functions, the AUX function for CD/
MP3 discs, or the connected USB or
iPod, Bluetooth audio player. (CD/
MP3 → AUX → USB or iPod, Bluetooth
audio → CD/MP3 →....)
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Introduction
From the steering wheel remote
control knob, press Source [dSRCc]
to select the desired mode.
Press the MENU-TUNE button to
open the menu with options for the
relevant function or the menu of the
relevant device (Except for the
Bluetooth audio).
Bluetooth hands-free phone device
Press the PHONE/MUTE button to
select the Bluetooth hands-free
phone function (only for Type A
models).
Press the PHONE/MUTE button to
open Bluetooth with options for the
relevant function.
Personalisation
Main buttons/control knob
The buttons and control knob used in
the System Configuration are the
following ones.
(12) CONFIG button
Press this button to enter the System
Configuration menu.
Introduction
(14) MENU-TUNE button with control
■ Turn the control knob to move to the
menu or setup item.
■ Press the button to select/enter the
detailed control screen provided by
the current menu or setup item.
(16) P BACK button
Cancel the input item or return to the
previous screen/menu.
[Example] System Configuration →
Time and Date Settings → Set Date
January 25th 2012
How to use the Setup Menu for
personalisation
■ Setup menus and functions may
differ according to car model.
■ Reference: Table of information for
setup menu on the next page
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Press the CONFIG button for the
System Configuration menu.
After referring to the table of
information for setup menu on the
next page, turn the MENU-TUNE
control to move to the desired setup
menu, and then press MENU-TUNE
button.
■ Indicates the detailed list for the
relevant setup menu or functioning
state.
■ If there is another detailed list from
the relevant detailed list, you can
repeat this action.
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Introduction
■ If the relevant detailed list is made
of several items, then repeat this
action.
■ Set/enter the relevant setup value
or the functioning state will change.
[Time and Date Settings]
Table of Information for System
Configuration
[Languages]
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
attain the desired setup value or
functioning state, and then press
MENU-TUNE button.
Select the desired language.
Set Time: Manually set the hours and
minutes for the current time.
■ Set Date: Manually set the current
year/month/date.
■ Set Time Format: Select 12h or 24h
time display.
■ Set Date Format: Set the date
display format.
YYYY.MM.DD: 2012 Jan. 23
DD/MM/YYYY: 23 Jan. 2012
MM/DD/YYYY: Jan. 23, 2012
■ Auto Time Adjust: Select On or Off
Introduction
[Radio Settings]
[Bluetooth Settings]
Auto Volume: Set Off/Low/Medium/
High
■ Maximum Startup Volume:
Manually set the max. limit for the
start-up volume.
■ Radio Favourites:
Manually set your Favourites page
numbers.
■ AS Stations: Set the Auto Store
stations function for each radio.
Bluetooth: Enter the Bluetooth menu.
■ Activation: Select On or Off.
■ Device List: Select the desired
device and select/connect/
separate or delete.
■ Pair Device: Try pairing a new
Bluetooth device.
■ Change Bluetooth Code: Manually
change/set the Bluetooth code.
Return to Factory Settings: Restore
the initial setup values back to the
default settings.
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Radio
Radio
AM-FM radio
Before using AM-FM Radio
AM-FM
AM-FM radio
radio ................................
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Radio data system (RDS) .............
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Fixed mast antenna
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antena ........................
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Main buttons/control knob
(10) RADIO BAND button
Toggle between FM or AM band
radio.
(14) MENU-TUNE button with control
■ Turn this button/control knob to
manually find a broadcasting
frequency.
■ Press this button/control knob to
access the menu screen from the
current mode.
(16) P BACK button
Cancel the input item or return to the
previous screen/menu.
(8) dSEEKc buttons
■ Press this button to automatically
search for available radio stations.
■ Hold down this button to change the
radio frequency as desired, and
then let the button go to stop at the
current frequency.
(6) FAVORITE [FAV1-2-3] button
Press this button to move through the
pages of saved favourite radio
stations.
(3) PRESET [1 ~ 6] buttons
■ Hold down any of these PRESET
buttons to register the current radio
station to that button.
■ Press this button to select the
station registered to the PRESET
button.
(7) INFORMATION [INFO] button
View the information for broadcast
radio stations.
Radio
Listening to radio station
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Automatic station search
Seeking
Press the dSEEKc buttons to
automatically search for available
radio stations with good reception.
Hold down the dSEEKc buttons to
quickly change the frequency, and
then release the button at the desired
frequency.
Searching for radio stations
Repeatedly press the RADIO BAND
button to toggle between FM or AM
broadcasting.
The previously chosen broadcasting
station will be received.
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Radio
Searching for broadcasting stations
manually
Using the PRESET buttons
Registering PRESET button
■ It is possible to setup the number of
the Favourites pages being used in
System Configuration → Radio
Settings → Radio Favorites (Max.
No. Favorites Pages).
■ If a new radio station is registered
to a PRESET [1 ~ 6] previously
registered button, its previous
content will be deleted and be
replaced with the new radio station
that is saved.
Listening to PRESET button directly
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
manually find the desired
broadcasting frequency.
Press FAVOURITE [FAV1-2-3]
button to select the desired page of
saved Favourites.
Hold down any of the PRESET [1 ~ 6]
buttons to register the current radio
station to that button of the selected
Favourites page.
■ Up to 3 Favourites pages can be
saved, and each page can store up
to six radio stations.
Radio
Repeatedly press the FAVOURITE
[FAV1-2-3] button to select the
desired FAV (Favourites) Presets
Page.
The number 1 broadcasting
information of the selected FAV
(Favourites) Presets Page will be
displayed.
Press a PRESET [1 ~ 6] buttons to
directly listen to the radio station
saved to that button.
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Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
move to the desired menu item, and
then press MENU-TUNE button to
select the relevant item or to display
the item's detailed menu.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
move to the desired Favorites List,
and then press the MENU-TUNE
button to receive the relevant
broadcasting channel.
AM/FM menu → Favorites list
AM/FM menu → FM/AM Station List
From FM/AM menu item, turn the
MENU-TUNE control knob to move to
the Favorites List, and then press
MENU-TUNE button.
The Favorites List information will be
displayed.
From the FM/AM menu, turn the
MENU-TUNE control knob to move to
the FM/AM stations list, and then
press MENU-TUNE button.
The Station List information will be
displayed.
Using the radio menu
Press the MENU-TUNE button to
display the radio menu.
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Radio
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
move to the desired list, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button to
receive the relevant broadcasting
channel.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
move to the desired list, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button to
receive the relevant broadcasting
frequency.
AM/FM menu → FM Category List
AM/FM menu → Update FM/AM
stations list
■ The FM/AM broadcasting list
update will proceed.
■ During the FM/AM broadcasting list
update, press the MENU-TUNE
button or the previous P BACK
button to stop it from saving
changes.
Radio data system (RDS)
RBDS (Radio Broadcast Data
System)
■ The Radio Broadcast Data System
(RBDS) is a service by FM stations
that considerably makes it easier to
find radio stations with fault-free
reception.
From the FM menu, turn the
MENU-TUNE control knob to move to
the FM Category List, and then press
the MENU-TUNE button.
The FM Category List will be
displayed.
From the FM/AM menu, turn the
MENU-TUNE control knob and move
to the Update FM/AM stations list,
and then press MENU-TUNE button.
Radio
Fixed mast antenna
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the roof panel. Be sure to remove
your antenna before entering the
automatic car wash.
Install the antenna fully tightened and
adjusted to the upright position to
ensure proper reception.
■ RBDS stations are indicated by the
programme name with the
broadcasting frequency.
View RBDS broadcasting
information
While receiving RBDS broadcasting,
press the INFORMATION [INFO]
button to check RBDS broadcasting
information that is being received.
To remove the roof antenna, rotate it
counterclockwise. To install the roof
antenna, rotate it clockwise.
Caution
Be sure to remove the antenna
before entering a place with a low
ceiling or it may be damaged.
Entering the automatic car wash
with the antenna installed may
result in damage to the antenna or
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Audio players
Audio players
CD player ..................................... 70
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Auxiliary
Auxiliary devices
devices ..........................
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CD player
The CD/MP3 player of this system
can play audio CD and MP3 (WMA)
discs.
Before using CD player
Important information about audio CD
and MP3(WMA) discs
Caution
Under no circumstances place
DVDs, single-CDs with a diameter
of 8 cm or shaped CDs in the audio
player.
You must not put any stickers on
CDs. These discs can get jammed
in the CD drive and ruin the drive.
An expensive replacement of the
device will then be necessary.
■ An audio CD disc with an antipiracy function with no compatibility
with the audio CD standard may not
work properly or not at all.
■ CD-R and CD-RW discs that are
manually recorded are easier to be
handled with carelessness than the
original CD discs. Manually
recorded CD-R and CD-RW discs
should especially be handled with
care. Please refer to the following.
■ Manually recorded CD-R and CDRW discs may not play properly or
at all. In such cases, this is not a
problem with the device.
■ When changing discs, take care to
not smear any fingerprints on the
playing side.
■ After removing the disc from the
CD/MP3 player, make sure to
immediately put the disc into a disc
sleeve to prevent it from being
damaged or smeared with dust.
■ If the disc is smeared with dust or
liquid, then this may cause
problems by contaminating the lens
of the CD/MP3 player inside the
device.
■ Protect the disc from heat and
exposure to direct light.
Audio players
Usable disc type
■ This product can play Audio CD/
MP3 (WMA) discs.
◆ CD-DA: CD-R/CD-RW
◆ MP3(WMA): CD-R/CD-RW/CDROM
■ MP3 (WMA) files below cannot be
played.
◆ File encoded in MP3i (MP3
interactive) or MP3 PRO
standards
◆ MP3 (WMA) file encoded in nonstandards
◆ MP3 files that are not in MPEG1
Layer3 format
Cautions for using disc
■ Do not use any of the discs
described below. Excessive use of
these discs in the player may cause
problems.
◆ Discs with stickers, labels, or a
protective cell attached.
◆ Discs affixed with a label printed
with an inkjet printer
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◆ Discs that are made by overburning, thus holding data
exceeding the standard capacity
◆ Discs with cracks or scratches or
which are bent will not be played
properly.
◆ An 8 cm disc or a non-circular
disc (quadrangle, pentagon,
oval)
Do not put anything other than
discs in the disc slot since this may
cause trouble or damage.
The disc player may not work
properly if the heater is turned on in
cold weather due to moisture
created inside the device. If this is
a concern, keep the product off for
about one hour before use.
Play may be stopped due to the
vehicle shaking while driving on
rugged roads.
Do not forcefully take out or insert
the disc or block it with your hand
while it is being ejected.
Insert the disc with the printed side
facing up. It cannot be played if it is
inserted upside down.
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■ Do not touch the recording side with
your hand while handling the disc
(the side without any print or
decoration).
■ Place discs that are not being used
in cases, and keep them in a place
not exposed to direct light or high
temperature.
■ Do not smear any chemical
substances on the disc. Clean
discs of dirt with a moist, soft cloth,
wiping from the centre to the edge.
Caution for using CD-R/RW disc
■ When using CD-R/CD-RW discs,
only the discs that have been
"finalized" can be used.
■ Discs that are created with a PC
may not play according to the
application program setup and
environment.
■ CD-R/CD-RW discs, especially
bulk discs, may not be work if they
are directly exposed to direct light
or high temperature, or if they are
kept inside your car for a long time.
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Audio players
■ The title and other text information
recorded on CD-R/CD-RW discs
may not be displayed on this
device.
■ CD-RW discs may have longer
loading times than CDs or CD-R
discs.
■ Damaged music files may not be
played or will be cut off while
playing.
■ Some anti-piracy discs may not be
played.
■ An MP3 (WMA) disc can have a
maximum of 512 files for each of
the 10 folder levels, and a
maximum number of 999 files can
be played.
■ This system can only recognize
MP3 (WMA) discs made in
ISO-9660 level 1/2 or in the Joliet
file system. (It does not support the
UDF file system.)
■ MP3/WMA files are not compatible
with packet writing data
transmission.
■ The disc on which MP3/WMA files
and audio data (CDDA) are written
may not be played if it is a CD-Extra
or Mixed-Mode CD.
■ The file/folder names that can be
used per disc storage type are the
following ones, including the fourdigit file name extensions (.mp3).
◆ ISO 9660 Level 1: Maximum of
12 characters
◆ ISO 9660 Level 2: Maximum of
31 characters
◆ Joliet: Maximum of 64 characters
(1 byte)
◆ Windows long file name:
Maximum of 28 Characters (1
byte)
Caution for using MP3/WMA music
files
■ This product can play MP3 (WMA)
files with .mp3, .wma (lower case
letters) or .MP3 and .WMA (capital
letters) file name extensions.
■ MP3 files that can be played by this
product are the following ones
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◆ Bit rate: 8 kbps ~ 320 kbps
◆ Sampling frequency: 48 kHz,
44.1 kHz, 32 kHz (for MPEG-1),
24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz (for
MPEG-2)
While this product can play files
with a 8kbps ~ 320kbps bit rate,
files with a bit rate above 128kbps
will result in high quality sound.
This product can display ID3 Tag
(Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 or 2.4)
information for MP3 files, such as
the album name and the artist.
To display album (disc title), track
(track title), and artist (track artist)
information, the file should be
compatible with the ID3 Tag V1 and
V2 formats.
This product can play MP3 files
using VBR. When playing an MP3
file of this VBR type, the remaining
time displayed may be different
from the real time.
Audio players
Order of playing music files
Playing CD/MP3
Main buttons/Control
(9) CD/AUX button
Select the CD/MP3 player.
(14) MENU-TUNE button with control
■ Turn the button/control knob to
move to the track list, menu, or MP3
(WMA) track information item.
■ Press the button/control knob to
display the menu screen for the
current item or current mode.
(8) dSEEKc buttons
■ Press these buttons to play the
previous or next track.
■ Hold down these buttons to rewind
or fast forward through the track,
and release the button to resume
playing at normal speed.
(4) EJECT button
Eject the disc.
(7) INFORMATION [INFO] button
Display the information for the track
being played.
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Inserting and playing the disk
Insert the disc to be played with
printed surface facing upward in the
disc inserting slot.
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Audio players
Eject disc
■ Once the reading of disc
information is completed, it will
automatically play from track 1.
■ When a non-readable disc is
inserted, the disc will automatically
be ejected with the display of a disc
error message, and then the
system will switch to the previously
used function or the FM radio.
When a disc to be played is already
inserted, repeatedly press CD/AUX
button to select CD/MP3 play.
■ If there is no disc to be played, No
CD Inserted will be displayed on the
screen and the function will not be
selected.
■ The track that was previously
played will automatically play.
To eject disc, press the EJECT button
to take out the disc.
■ When the disc comes out, it
automatically switches to the
previously used function or the FM
radio.
■ The disc will automatically be
inserted back again if it is not taken
out for some time.
Audio players
Changing playing track
Press the dSEEKc buttons in play
mode to play the previous or next
track.
Using the steering wheel remote
control knob, tracks can easily be
changed by turning the Source
[dSRCc] control knob.
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Changing playing position
Or turn the MENU-TUNE control knob
to move to the play track list, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button to
instantly change it.
Hold down the dSEEKc buttons
during play mode to rewind or fastforward through the song. Release
the button to resume playing the song
at normal speed.
The volume is slightly reduced during
rewinding and fast-forwarding, and
the playing time will be displayed.
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View information on playing track
the Infotainment system (ID3 Tags
can only be corrected on a PC).
■ The information for songs
expressed in special symbols or in
unavailable languages may be
displayed as ---- or are not
displayed at all.
Using the CD Menu
Changing the playback mode
Press the INFORMATION [INFO]
button in play mode to display
information about the track being
played.
If there is no information on the
playing track for audio CDs, then the
system will display No information.
For MP3 (WMA) tracks, more
information can be viewed by turning
the MENU-TUNE control knob from
the track information display.
■ The information displayed includes
the file name, folder name, and ID3
Tag information saved with the
song.
If incorrect ID3 Tag information
(e.g. artist, song title) was added to
MP3 (WMA) files before they are
burnt to disc, this information will be
displayed as is by the Infotainment
system.
Incorrect ID3 Tag information
cannot be modified or corrected on
From the play mode, press the
MENU-TUNE button to display the
CD Menu.
Audio players
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select the shuffle or repeat playback
functions, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button to turn the
relevant functions On or Off.
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CD Menu → Track list
CD Menu → Searching Folders
For Audio CD discs, turn the
MENU-TUNE control knob from the
CD Menu to move to the Track List,
and then press the MENU-TUNE
button.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
find the desired track list, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button to play
the selected track.
For MP3 (WMA) discs, turn the
MENU-TUNE control knob from the
CD Menu to move to the Folders, and
then press MENU-TUNE button.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
move to the desired folder, and then
press MENU-TUNE button.
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CD Menu → Search
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
find the desired track, and then press
MENU-TUNE button to play the
selected track from the selected
folder.
For MP3 [WMA] discs, turn the
MENU-TUNE control knob from the
CD Menu, move to Search..., and
then press the MENU-TUNE button.
■ After the system reads the disc
information, the first song of the
playlist [iP] will be displayed.
■ If there are no music files in the
playlist [iP], the first song for each
artist [iA] will be displayed.
However, it may take a long time to
read the disc depending on the
number of music files.
Press the MENU-TUNE button again,
and from the displayed search item,
turn the MENU-TUNE control to
select the desired play mode.
The number of relevant songs will be
displayed by Playlist [iP]/Artist [iA]/
Album [iL]/Song Title [iS]/Genre [iG].
Audio players
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
find the desired track/title, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button to play
the selected track.
Auxiliary devices
USB player (only for Type A
model)
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
move to the detailed classification
item, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button.
Cautions for using USB devices
■ Operation cannot be guaranteed if
the HDD built-in USB mass storage
device or CF or SD memory card is
connected by using a USB adaptor.
Use a USB of flash memory type
storage device.
■ Take caution to avoid static
electricity discharge when
connecting or disconnecting the
USB. If connection and
disconnection are repeated many
times in a short time, this may
cause a problem in using the
device.
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■ To separate the USB device, use
the USB Menu → Remove USB by
using the MENU-TUNE button to
carry out the removal of the USB
device.
■ Operation is not guaranteed if the
connecting terminal of the USB
device is not metal.
■ Connection with i-Stick Type USB
storage devices may be faulty due
to vehicle vibration, so their
operation cannot be guaranteed.
■ Be careful not to touch the USB
connecting terminal with an object
or any part of your body.
■ The USB storage device can only
be recognized when it is formatted
in FAT16/32 file format. Only
devices with an allocated unit size
of 512 Byte/Sector or 2,048 Byte/
Sector can be used. NTFS and
other file systems cannot be
recognized.
■ According to the type and capacity
of the USB storage device and the
type of the stored file, the time it
takes to recognize the files may
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differ. This is not a problem with the
product in this case, so please wait
for the files to be processed.
Files in some USB storage devices
may not be recognized due to
compatibility problems, and
connections with a memory reader
or a USB hub are not supported.
Please check the device's
operation in the vehicle before use.
When devices such as an MP3
player, mobile phone, or digital
camera are connected through a
mobile disc, it may not operate
normally.
Do not disconnect the USB storage
device while it is being played. This
may cause damage to the product
or the performance of the USB
device.
Disconnect the connected USB
storage device when the vehicle
ignition is turned off. If the ignition
is turned on while the USB storage
device is connected, the USB
storage device may be damaged or
may not operate normally in some
cases.
Caution
USB storage devices can only be
connected to this product for the
purpose of playing music files.
The product's USB terminal
should not be used to charge USB
accessory equipment since the
heat generation using the USB
terminal may cause performance
issues or damage to the product.
■ When the logical drive is separated
from a mass USB storage device,
only the files from the top-level
logical drive can be played for USB
music files. This is the reason that
the music files to be played should
be stored in the top-level drive of
the device. Music files, in particular
USB storage devices, may also not
be normally played if an application
is loaded by partitioning a separate
drive inside the USB device.
■ Music files to which DRM (Digital
Right Management) is applied
cannot be played.
■ This product can support USB
storage devices that are up to 16
Gigabytes in capacity with a limit of
999 files, 512 folders, and 10
stages of folder structure. Normal
usage cannot be guaranteed for
storage devices that exceed this
limit.
Caution for using USB music files
■ Damaged music files may be cut-off
during playback or may not be
played at all.
■ Folders and music files are
displayed in the order of Symbol →
Number → Language
■ A maximum of 64 characters can
be recognized for folder or file
names written in the Joliet file
system.
About MP3 (WMA) music files
■ The MP3 files that can be played
are the following ones.
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◆ Bit rate: 8 kbps ~ 320 kbps
◆ Sampling frequency:
48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz (for
MPEG-1)
24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz (for
MPEG-2)
■ This product displays MP3 (WMA)
files with the mp3, .wma (lower
case letters) or .MP3 or .WMA
(capital letters) file name
extensions.
■ This product can display ID3 tag
(Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4)
information about album, artist, etc.
for MP3 files.
■ The file/folder names that can be
used according to storage type are
the following ones, including the
four character file name extension
(.mp3).
◆ ISO 9660 Level 1: Maximum of
12 characters
◆ ISO 9660 Level 2: Maximum of
31 characters
◆ Joliet: Maximum of 64 characters
(1 byte)
◆ Windows long file name:
maximum of 28 characters (1
byte)
■ This product can play MP3 files
which use VBR. When a VBR type
MP3 file is being played, the
remaining time displayed may be
different from the actual time
remaining.
Main buttons/control knob
The following main buttons and
controls are used to play USB music
files.
(9) CD/AUX button
Press the button repeatedly when the
USB device is connected to select the
USB play mode.
(14) MENU-TUNE button with control
■ Turn the control knob to move to the
track list, menu or MP3 (WMA)
track information.
■ Press the button to display the
menu screen provided by the
current item or current mode.
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(8) dSEEKc buttons
■ Press these buttons to play the
previous or next track.
■ Hold down these buttons to rewind
or fast forward, and then release to
play at normal speed.
(7) INFORMATION [INFO] button
Displays the information of the track
being played.
(16) P BACK button
Cancel the input item or return to the
previous menu.
Connecting the USB Storage Device
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Pull and open the cover located
above the instrument panel to
connect the USB storage device with
music files to be played to the USB
connecting terminal.
■ Once the product finishes reading
the information on the USB storage
device, it will automatically play.
■ If a non-readable USB storage
device is connected, then an error
message will appear and the
product will automatically switch to
the previously used function or the
FM radio function.
If the USB storage device to be
played is already connected,
repeatedly press the CD/AUX button
to select the USB player.
It will automatically play from the
previous playing point.
Afterwards, the functions of the USB
player are operated similarly to CD/
MP3 playback.
Ending USB music files playback
Press the RADIO BAND or CD/AUX
button to select other functions.
To end play and disconnect the USB
storage device, use the USB Menu →
Remove USB function to safely
remove the USB storage device.
Using the USB menu
The instructions for "Shuffle songs/
Repeat/Folders/Search..." from the
USB Menu are similar to the CD/MP3
player's CD Menu; only the "Remove
USB" item has been added. Refer to
the CD/MP3 player functions from the
CD Menu.
USB Menu → Remove USB
Press the MENU-TUNE button from
play mode to display the USB Menu.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
move to Remove USB, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button to
display the message notifying you
that is safe to remove the USB device.
Disconnect the USB device from the
USB connection terminal.
Return to the previously used
function.
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iPod Player
Limited to models supporting the iPod
connection.
Main buttons/control knob
The following main buttons and
controls are used to play iPod music
files.
(9) CD/AUX button
Press the button repeatedly when the
iPod is connected to select the iPod
play mode.
(14) MENU-TUNE button with control
■ Turn the control knob to move and
display the track list that is playing.
■ Press the button to display the
menu screen provided by the
current item or current mode.
(8) dSEEKc buttons
■ Press these buttons to play the
previous or next track.
■ Hold down these buttons to rewind
or fast forward, and then release to
play at normal speed.
(7) INFORMATION [INFO] button
Displays the information of the track
being played.
(16) P BACK button
Cancel the previous item or return to
the previous menu.
Connecting iPod player
Pull and open the cover located
above the instrument panel of the
passenger seat to connect the iPod
with music files to be played to the
USB connecting terminal.
■ The iPod product models that are
connected/supported by this
product are the following ones.
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◆ iPod 2G Nano/iPod 3G Nano/
iPod 4G & 5G Nano
◆ iPod 120GB & 160GB Classic
◆ iPod 1G, 2G, & 3G Touch
◆ iPhone 3G & 3GS
■ Only connect the iPod to this
product with connection cables
supported by iPod products. Other
connection cables cannot be used.
■ In some cases, the iPod product
may be damaged if the ignition is
turned off when it is connected to
the product.
When the iPod product is not being
used, keep it separately from this
product with the car ignition turned
off.
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■ Once the product finishes reading
the information on the iPod device,
it will play automatically.
■ If a non-readable iPod device is
connected, then the relevant error
message will appear and the
product will automatically switch to
the previously used function or the
FM radio function.
If the iPod device to be played is
already connected, repeatedly press
CD/AUX button to select the iPod
player.
■ It will automatically play from the
previously played point.
■ The playback functions and the
information display items of the
iPod player used with this product
may be different from the iPod in
terms of play order, method, and
the information displayed.
■ Refer to the following table for the
classification items related to the
search function provided by the
iPod product.
Afterwards, the functions to play the
iPod are operated similarly to CD/
MP3 playback.
Log-off iPod playback
To end playback, press the
RADIO BAND or CD/AUX button to
select other functions.
Using the iPod Menu
From the iPod Menu, the instructions
for Shuffle Songs/Repeat/Search...
(including Audio books and
Composers) are similar to the CD/
MP3 player's CD Menu; only the Eject
iPod item has been added. Refer to
each item of CD/MP3 for use.
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iPod Menu → Eject iPod
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Connecting an exterior sound
Limited to models supporting external
sound connection.
Press the MENU-TUNE button from
play mode to display the iPod Menu.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
move to the Eject iPod function, and
then press the MENU-TUNE button to
display the message notifying you
that it is safe to remove the device.
Separate the iPod device from the
USB connection terminal.
Return to the previously used
function.
Main buttons/control knob
The following main buttons and
controls are used to enjoy the rich
sound of the Infotainment system
from the sound output of a connected
exterior sound device.
(9) CD/AUX button
When an exterior sound device
connected, press the button
repeatedly to select the exterior
sound (AUX) input mode.
(2) POWER/VOLUME control knob
Turn the control knob to adjust the
volume.
Connect the audio output of the
external audio equipment to AUX
input terminal 1 or 2.
■ AUX 1: Positioned in the
Infotainment device
AUX 2: Positioned inside the glove
box of the passenger seat
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■ The Infotainment system will
automatically switch to the exterior
sound (AUX) input mode when the
exterior sound device is connected.
Press the CD/AUX button to switch to
the exterior sound input mode if the
exterior sound system has already
been connected.
Turn the POWER/VOLUME control
knob to adjust the volume.
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Bluetooth®
Connecting Bluetooth
Main buttons/control knob
Registering the Bluetooth device
Register the Bluetooth device to be
connected to the Infotainment
system.
Firstly, set up the Bluetooth device to
be connected from the Bluetooth
Settings menu to enable other
devices to search for the Bluetooth
device.
The following main buttons and
controls are used to play music files
or use the call functions via a
Bluetooth device.
(9) CD/AUX button
When a Bluetooth device with a music
player function is connected, press
this button repeatedly to select
Bluetooth audio play mode.
(14) MENU-TUNE button with control
■ Press the button in Bluetooth
phone mode to display the menu
screen.
■ Turn the control knob to move to the
menu or setup value.
(8) dSEEKc buttons
■ Press these buttons in Bluetooth
audio play mode to play the
previous or next track.
■ Hold down these buttons to rewind
or fast forward, and release to play
at normal speed.
Press the CONFIG button, and use
the MENU-TUNE button with control
knob to move to System
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Configuration → Bluetooth Settings →
Bluetooth → Pair Device, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button.
■ Bluetooth devices can be
registered not only by using
CONFIG button, but also by using
Phone Menu → Bluetooth Settings
→ Bluetooth → Add Device.
■ If there already is a Bluetooth
device connected to the
Infotainment system, the Bluetooth
is busy message will appear.
■ Connection standby will be
displayed with a message and a
security code. (The initial value is
0000, and can be changed from
System Configuration → Bluetooth
Settings → Bluetooth → Change
Bluetooth Code item.)
The Infotainment system can be
found by searching the to-beconnected Bluetooth device.
Enter the security code for the
Infotainment system through the
Bluetooth device.
Connecting/deleting/separating the
Bluetooth devices
If the registration of the device to be
connected to the Infotainment system
is successful, then the screen will
display the information of the
Bluetooth device.
■ The Infotainment system can
register up to five Bluetooth
devices.
■ In some Bluetooth devices, it is only
possible to use it when "Always
connect" item is set.
Caution
If there is a Bluetooth device
already connected, that device
needs to be disconnected first.
Firstly, set up the Bluetooth device to
be connected from the Bluetooth
Settings menu to enable other
devices to search for the Bluetooth
device.
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Press the CONFIG button, and use
the MENU-TUNE button with control
knob, to move to System
Configuration → Bluetooth Settings →
Bluetooth → Device List and then
press the MENU-TUNE button.
Use the MENU-TUNE button with
control knob to move from the
registered Bluetooth device to the
device to be connected, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button.
You can register by using the
MENU-TUNE button with control
knob, moving to select the item,
moving to delete the item to delete,
and then pressing the MENU-TUNE
button.
Disconnecting the currently
connected Bluetooth device, from the
device list screen, select the
connected device, which will display
Disconnect, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button.
Cautions for Registering/ Connecting
Bluetooth
■ When it is not possible to connect
to Bluetooth, delete the entire
device list from the Bluetooth to be
connected, and try again. If deleting
the entire device list does not work,
then reinstall the battery and
reconnect.
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■ If there is a problem after the
Bluetooth device is connected, use
the MENU-TUNE button with
control knob to carry out System
Configuration → Bluetooth Settings
→ Return to Factory Settings.
Initialize the device with the
problem caused by an error that
occurred with the connection of the
Bluetooth device and the
Infotainment system.
■ Sometimes, Bluetooth can only be
connected through hands-free or
the Bluetooth audio play functions
despite a stereo headset being
connected. In this case, try and
reconnect the Infotainment system
using the Bluetooth device.
■ For Bluetooth devices that do not
support stereo headsets, the
Bluetooth audio play function
cannot be used.
■ It is not possible to listen to the
music through the Bluetooth audio
if an iPhone is connected through a
USB connector. This is because of
the unique specifications of the
mobile phone.
Bluetooth audio
How to play Bluetooth audio
■ A mobile phone or Bluetooth device
that supports A2DP (Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile) versions
over 1.2 must be registered and
connected to the product.
■ From the mobile phone or
Bluetooth device, find the Bluetooth
device type to set/connect the item
as a stereo headset.
A musical note icon [n] will appear
at the bottom right of the screen if
the stereo headset is successfully
connected.
■ Do not connect the mobile phone to
the Bluetooth connection terminal.
An error may occur if it is connected
during the CD/MP3 and Bluetooth
audio play mode.
Playing Bluetooth audio
Press the CD/AUX button repeatedly
to select the connected Bluetooth
audio play mode.
If the Bluetooth device is not
connected, then this function cannot
be selected.
Activating the mobile phone or
Bluetooth device will play the music
files.
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■ The sound played by the Bluetooth
device is delivered through the
Infotainment system.
■ For Bluetooth audio to play, the
music must at least be played once
from the music player mode of the
mobile phone or Bluetooth device
after connecting as a stereo
headset. After being played at least
once, the music player will
automatically play upon entering
play mode, and it will automatically
stop when the music player mode
ends. If the mobile phone or
Bluetooth device is not in the
waiting screen mode, some
devices may not automatically play
in Bluetooth audio play mode.
Press the dSEEKc buttons to switch
to the previous or next track, or hold
down these buttons to fast forward or
rewind.
■ This function only operates with
Bluetooth devices that support
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote
Control Profile) version 1.0 or
above. (Depending on the
Bluetooth device options, some
devices may display AVRCP being
connected for the initial
connection.)
■ The information about playing track
and track position will not be
displayed on the Infotainment
system screen.
Cautions for playing Bluetooth audio
■ Do not change the track too quickly
when playing Bluetooth audio.
It takes some time to transmit data
from the mobile phone to the
Infotainment system.
■ The Infotainment system transmits
the order to play from the mobile
phone in the Bluetooth audio play
mode. If this is done in a different
mode, then the device transmits the
order to stop.
Depending on the mobile phone's
options, this order to play/stop may
take some time to activate.
■ If the mobile phone or Bluetooth
device is not in the waiting screen
mode, it may not automatically play
despite being carried out from the
Bluetooth audio play mode.
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If Bluetooth audio playback is not
functioning, then check to see if the
mobile phone is in the waiting
screen mode.
■ Sometimes, sounds may be cut off
during the Bluetooth audio
playback. The Infotainment system
outputs the audio from the mobile
phone or Bluetooth device as it is
transmitted.
Bluetooth error messages and
measures
■ Bluetooth deactivated
Check if Bluetooth activation is
setup as ON. The Bluetooth
function can be used upon turning
on Bluetooth activation.
■ Bluetooth is busy
Check if there are any Bluetooth
devices connected. To connect
another device, disconnect any
other connected devices first, and
then reconnect.
■ Device list is full.
Check if there are less than 5
registered devices. No more than 5
devices can be registered.
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■ No phone book available
This message will be displayed if
the mobile phone does not support
contacts transmission. If this
message appears after several
attempts, then the device does not
support contacts transmission.
Hands free phone
Taking calls
Caution
It is possible to transfer your
ringtone depending on the mobile
phones. Adjust the ringtone
volume of the mobile phone if the
volume is too low.
Caution
The message will be displayed
when the transmission of contacts
is supported while information with
a device error is also transmitted.
Update the device again if this
occurs.
■ Phone book is empty
This message is displayed if no
phone numbers are stored in the
mobile phone. This will also be
displayed if the phone log
transmission is supported, but in a
way that is not supported by the
Infotainment system.
When a phone call comes through the
connected Bluetooth mobile phone,
the playing track will be cut off and the
phone will ring with the relevant
information displayed.
To talk on the phone, press the Call
button on the steering wheel remote
control or turn the MENU-TUNE
control knob to move to the Answer
function, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button.
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■ To reject the call, press the Mute/
Hang up button on the steering
wheel remote control or press the
MENU-TUNE button with control
the knob and select Decline.
■ While talking on the phone, it is
possible to block the transmitted
sound by selecting the Mute
Microphone item by using the
MENU-TUNE button with control
knob.
■ While talking on the phone, hold
down the Call button from the
steering wheel remote control to
change to the private call mode
(some phones may not support the
private call mode depending on the
phone's options).
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■ When a call is received with the
Infotainment system and Bluetooth
is being connected, there are
mobile phones that do not
automatically change to the private
call mode. This depends on the
original specifications of each
mobile phone.
■ When it is possible to use services
related to a third-party conversation
supported by the communications
service provider through an
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application, it is possible to make
calls during a call through the
Infotainment system.
■ While third or more-party
conversations, displaying contents
may differ from practical
information.
Calling by Redial
Ending a call
From the steering wheel remote
control, press the Call button to
display the redial guidance screen, or
hold down the button to display the
caller log screen.
To end the call, press the Mute/Hang
up button on the steering wheel
remote control or turn the
MENU-TUNE button to move to Hang
up, and then press the MENU-TUNE
button.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select Yes or contacts, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button or the
Call button to make a call.
■ If the mobile phone is not in waiting
mode, your phone might not
support the redial function. This
depends on the mobile phone's
options.
■ When redialling a number, the
connected phone number will not
be displayed.
■ Depending on the mobile phone,
there are cases in which the call is
made through the call history of the
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received or missed calls instead of
the redial mode. This depends on
the mobile phone's options.
Press the MENU-TUNE button while
the phone is connected to display the
connecting functions as shown
above.
Use the MENU-TUNE button with
control knob to use the functions in
the menu that appears.
While talking on the phone, hold down
the Call button on the steering wheel
remote control to switch to Private
Mode.
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Calling by entering numbers
To make a call by entering the phone
number, press the MENU-TUNE
button and turn the control knob to
select Enter Number, and then press
the MENU-TUNE button.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select the desired letters, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button to
enter the number.
■ Repeat this item to enter all
telephone numbers.
■ Press the P BACK button to delete
a letter one by one, or hold down
the button to delete all content that
has been entered.
■ Refer to the following contents to
edit the input contents.
1. Move: Move input position
2. Delete: Delete input character
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3. Phone Book: Search contacts
(usable after updating the phone
numbers)
4. Dial: Begin dialling
After the telephone number has been
fully entered, turn the MENU-TUNE
control knob to start dialling [y], and
then press the button/control knob to
make a call.
To end a call, turn the MENU-TUNE
control knob to choose the end call
function, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button.
Using the Phone Menu
Phone Menu → Phone Book → Search
Press the MENU-TUNE button, turn
the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select Phone Book, and then press
the MENU-TUNE button.
A notification will appear on screen,
with no contacts to use, and you will
be returned to the previous menu.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select Search, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select First or Last Name, and then
press MENU-TUNE button.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select search terms/range, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button.
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Phone Menu → Phone Book → Update
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob
from the search results screen to
select the desired item, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button to view
the details for that item.
To call the relevant number, press the
MENU-TUNE button.
For more information, refer to the
making phone calls item.
Update the contacts of the connected
mobile phone to the system’s
contacts.
Using the MENU-TUNE button with
control knob, select Phone Menu →
Phone Book → Update, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button.
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Phone
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select Yes or No, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button to activate or
cancel the update.
Notice for updating contacts
■ This function can be used with
mobile phones that support a
contacts update and the call history
transmission function. (If the
product is connected to a mobile
phone that does not support these
functions, the call history can be
displayed through the Infotainment
system.)
■ Update is not supported for more
than 1,000 contact numbers.
■ Be aware that hands-free and
Bluetooth audio playback will be
cut-off while proceeding with
updates for contacts (Other
functions except for hands-free and
Bluetooth audio playback can be
used.)
■ To update your contacts, it is
possible to request for the
transmission certification for
contacts. If the waiting screen does
not change for a long time, you can
check whether the mobile phone is
requesting for certification. When
requesting for certification of the
mobile phone, all Bluetooth
connections will be cut off if it is not
accepted, and then the device will
be reconnected.
■ When receiving the call history, it is
possible to request for the
transmission certification for the
call history from the mobile phone.
If the waiting screen does not
change for a long time, check
whether the mobile phone is
requesting for certification.
■
■
■
■
When requesting for the
certification of the mobile phone, all
Bluetooth connections will be cut
off if it is not accepted, and then the
device will be reconnected.
If there is a problem in the stored
information of the mobile phone,
the contacts may not be updated.
The Infotainment system only uses
information coded in UTF-8 format.
If other operations (game, map
search, navigation, etc.) are
activated during the contacts
update or call history transmission
progress, the update/ transmission
process may not work.
This is because other operations
running on the mobile phone are
affecting the data transmission.
When the contacts update or call
history transmission is completed,
all hands-free and Bluetooth audio
play modes will be automatically
disconnected and then
reconnected.
Phone
■ If the Infotainment system gets
turned off while conversing on the
phone, the call will be transmitted to
the mobile phone. Some phones
may need to setup a call
transmission function beforehand,
depending on the type of the
phone.
■ If the user disconnects the
connection directly (using the
Infotainment or mobile phone), the
auto connection function does not
take place.
Auto-connection: This function
automatically finds and connects
the device that was last connected.
■ The contacts may not always
display all the lists on the phone
when selected. The Infotainment
system only displays what has
been transmitted from the mobile
phone.
■ The contacts update can only
receive four numbers per contacts
directory (Mobile Phone, Office,
Home, and Other).
■ Changing the language setup
during the contacts update will
delete all previous updates.
■ If the mobile phone is not set with a
waiting screen, calls may not be
made to this Infotainment system.
■ If the OS of the mobile phone gets
updated, it may change how the
phone's Bluetooth function works.
■ Special characters and
unsupported languages will be
displayed as ____.
■ Calls registered in the contacts
without any name will be indicated
as No number in contact.
■ The Infotainment system will
display contacts, call history, and
redial information as it is
transmitted from the mobile phone.
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Phone Menu → Phone Book → Delete
All
Every single phone number that has
been stored in the system contacts
will be deleted.
Use the MENU-TUNE button with
control knob to select Phone Menu →
Phone Book → Delete All, and then
press the MENU-TUNE button.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
select Yes or No, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button to delete all
contacts or to cancel.
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Phone
Phone Menu → Call Lists
procedures, the contacts and the
call log will be transmitted to the
Infotainment system.
■ The call log from the mobile phone
and the log displayed on
Infotainment may be different. This
Infotainment system shows the
information transmitted from the
mobile phone as it is.
Phone Menu → Bluetooth Settings
Check, use, or delete contacts.
Use the MENU-TUNE button with
control knob to select Phone Menu →
Call Lists, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button.
Use the MENU-TUNE button with
control knob to select the detailed call
history, and then press the
MENU-TUNE button.
Turn the MENU-TUNE control knob to
check the call history and to make a
call.
Press the MENU-TUNE button to call
the selected number from the call
history.
■ If the Please wait screen continues
to be displayed for too long after
selecting the call log, check if the
mobile phone is requesting
verification of the transfer of call
numbers. After completing the
mobile phone verification
Setup Bluetooth function.
Using the MENU-TUNE button with
control knob, select the Phone Menu
→ Bluetooth Settings, and then press
the MENU-TUNE button.
Phone
To activate the Bluetooth function,
register/connect/delete the Bluetooth
device or change the Bluetooth code,
choose Bluetooth by using the
MENU-TUNE button with control
knob, and then use the
MENU-TUNE button with control
knob to set up the desired item.
To set up the Ring Tone and its
volume used by the Bluetooth
function, use the MENU-TUNE button
with control knob to select Sound &
Signal, and then set up the desired
items with the button/control knob.
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phone. Adjust the ringtone volume
of the mobile phone if the volume is
too low.
To reinitialize the Bluetooth Settings
to their default values, use the
MENU-TUNE button with control
knob to select the initial setup
restoration item, and then select Yes
with the MENU-TUNE button.
■ It is possible that the ringtones you
already have are transferred to the
Infotainment system depending on
the mobile phone. For such mobile
phones, it is not possible to use the
selected ringtone.
■ For mobile phones that transfer
your ringtones, the volume of the
ringtone will be based on the
volume transmitted from the mobile
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Index
A
AM-FM radio
radio ................................
............................... 64
16
Auxiliary devices
Auxiliary
devices ..........................
.......................... 79
31
B
B
Bluetooth® ...................................
87
Bluetooth®
................................... 39
C
C
CD player
..................................... 22
70
CD
player .....................................
Control elements
Control
elements overview...........
overview.............54
6
F
F
Fixed mast
Fixed
mast antenna......................
antenna ...................... 69
21
G
G
General information......................
General
information .......................52
4
H
H
Hands free
........................ 44
92
Hands
free phone
phone.........................
O
O
Operation .....................................
Operation
.......................................57
9
P
P
Personalisation.............................
Personlisation
............................... 60
12
R
R
Radio data
(RDS) ............ 20
68
Radio
data system
system........................
T
T
Theft-deterrent feature
................. 53
Theft-deterrent
feature ...................
5
55
Colour
Connected
Navi
650
/ Navi 950Radio
Introduction
Introduction ................................
..................................104
56
Basic operation
operation ..........................
............................116
65
Radio ............................................
......................................... 118
69
CD player ...................................
.....................................121
72
AUX input ...................................
123
......................................74
USB port
.................................... 124
port.......................................
75
Bluetooth music
......................... 129
music ............................
80
External
........................ 131
External devices
devices ...........................
82
Navigation
..................................
Voice recognition
..........................137
88
Voice
....................... 158
Phonerecognition
...........................................
93
Phone
........................................ 164
Index ...........................................
103
Index .......................................... 174
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Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction ................................
..................................104
56
General
General information
information...................
.....................104
56
Overview
Overview ....................................
......................................105
57
Control
Control elements
elements overview
overview........
...........106
58
Usage
Usage ........................................
...........................................109
59
Operation
Operation ...................................
.....................................111
61
Introduction
The names, logos, emblems,
slogans, vehicle model names, and
vehicle body designs appearing in
this manual including, but not limited
to, GM, the GM logo, CHEVROLET,
the CHEVROLET Emblem, CRUZE,
and the CRUZE logo are trademarks
and/or service marks of General
Motors LLC, its subsidiaries,
affiliates, or licensors.
The information in this manual
supplements the owner manual.
This manual describes features that
may or may not be on the vehicle
because of optional equipment that
was not purchased on the vehicle,
model variants, country specifications
features/applications that may not be
available in your region, or changes
subsequent to the printing of this
manual.
Keep this manual with the owner
manual in the vehicle, so it will be
there if it is needed. If the vehicle is
sold, leave this manual in the vehicle.
General information
Read the following pages to become
familiar with the Infotainment system
features.
9 Warning
Taking your eyes off the road for
too long or too often while using
any Infotainment feature can
cause a crash. You or others could
be injured or killed. Do not give
extended attention to Infotainment
tasks while driving. Limit your
glances at the vehicle displays
and focus your attention on
driving. Use voice commands
whenever possible.
Introduction
The Infotainment system has built-in
features intended to help avoid
distraction by disabling some
functions when driving. These
functions may gray out when they are
unavailable. Many Infotainment
features are also available through
the instrument cluster and steering
wheel controls.
Before driving:
■ Become familiar with the operation,
faceplate buttons, and screen
buttons.
■ Set up the audio by presetting
favorite stations, setting the tone,
and adjusting the speakers.
■ Set up phone numbers in advance
so they can be called easily by
pressing a single button or by using
a single voice command if
equipped with Bluetooth phone
capability.
To play the Infotainment system with
the ignition off, the vehicle is
equipped with Retained Accessory
Power (RAP).
Cleaning high gloss surfaces
and vehicle information and
radio displays
For vehicles with high gloss surfaces
or vehicle displays, use a microfiber
cloth to wipe surfaces. Before wiping
the surface with the microfiber cloth,
use a soft bristle brush to remove dirt
that could scratch the surface. Then
use the microfiber cloth by gently
rubbing to clean. Never use window
cleaners or solvents. Periodically
hand wash the microfiber cloth
separately, using mild soap. Do not
use bleach or fabric softener. Rinse
thoroughly and air dry before next
use.
Caution
Do not attach a device with a
suction cup to the display. This
may cause damage and would not
be covered by the vehicle
warranty.
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Software updates
See your dealer for possible future
software updates.
Overview
The Infotainment system is controlled
by using the buttons, touch screen,
steering wheel controls, and voice
recognition. Voice recognition 3 158
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Control elements overview
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2
3
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
20
21
Preset buttons (1–6)
DEST
(destination)
t (previous
/ reverse)
NAV
(navigation)
r (play
/ pause)
Eight-way
selector
arrows
v
(next / fast
forward)
(navigates maps)
CLOCK
CONFIG
(configure)
INFO (information)
RPT
NAV
(repeat navigation)
TONE
CLOCK
AS (autostore)
INFO
(information)
m (power
/ volume)
TONE
; (home page)
AS (autostore)
SOURCE (source)
m (power / volume)
CD slot
t (previous / reverse)
CONFIG (configure)
HOME
(home
page)
y/@ (phone
/ mute)
r (play / pause)
FAV (favorite pages 1–6)
SRCE
BACK (source)
y/@
(phone (menu
/ mute)/ select)
MENU/SEL
v(eject)
(next / fast forward)
d
FAV (favorite pages 1–6)
BACK
d (eject)
MENU/SEL (menu / select)
Usage
Infotainment control buttons
The buttons on the faceplate are used
to start primary functions while using
the infotainment system.
m (power / volume):
1. Press to turn the system on and
off.
2. Turn to adjust the volume.
r (play / pause): Press r to
start, pause, and resume playback.
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Playing an audio CD 3 122
SOURCE / SRCE (source): Press to
change the audio sources such as
AM-FM radio, CD, and AUX.
TONE: Press to access the sound
menu screen to adjust bass,
midrange, and treble.
Tone Settings 3 116
65
INFO (information): Press to toggle
through an audio information
screen.
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CONFIG (configure): Press to adjust
features for radio, display, phone,
vehicle, and time. Configure
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menu 3 153
HOME: Home page 3 111
61
MENU/SEL (menu / select): Turn to
highlight a feature. Press to activate
the highlighted feature.
y/@ (phone / mute): Bluetooth
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controls 3 164
NAV (navigation):
1. Press to view the vehicle's current
position on the map screen.
2. Continue pressing to cycle
through the full map and split
screens.
RPT NAV (repeat navigation): Press
to repeat the last voice guidance
prompt.
DEST (destination): Press to repeat
the last voice guidance prompt.
■ Press to enter a destination.
■ If a destination has already been
entered, press to access the
destination menu.
Destination 3 143
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BACK: Press to return to the previous
screen in a menu.
BACK:
Pressaccessed
to return to
the previous
If
on a page
directly
by a
screen in a
menu.
faceplate
button
or home page
screen
button,
pressingdirectly
BACK by
willago
If on a page
accessed
to
the home
page.
faceplate
button
or home page
screen
button,pages
pressing
BACK
will
FAV
(favorite
1–6):
Press
togo
to
the home
page. page number
display
the current
above
the preset
buttons.
stored
FAV
(favorite
pages
1–6): The
Press
to
stationsthe
for current
each listpage
display
on the
display
number
touch-sensitive
preset
buttons
the
above
the preset
buttons.
The at
stored
bottom offorthe
screen.
The number
stations
each
list display
on the of
preset FAV listspreset
can bebuttons
changed
in
touch-sensitive
at the
the configuration
menu.
bottom
of the screen.
The number of
preset
FAV
listsforward):
can be changed in
v (next
/ fast
the
configuration
1. Press
to seek menu.
the next track.
v
(next / and
fast hold
forward):
2. Press
to fast forward
1. through
Press toaseek
the next track.
track.
2. Release
Press and
hold
to fast
forward
3.
the
button
to return
to
through speed.
a track.
playing
3. Playing
Releasean
theaudio
button
CDto3return
122 to
playing
speed.
4. For
AM or
FM, press to seek to the
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Playing
an audio
CD 3 122
next
strong
station.
4. For AM or FM, press to seek to the
next strong station.
t (previous / reverse):
1. Press to seek to the beginning of
t the
(previous
reverse):
current/ or
previous track. If the
beentoplaying
for less of
1. track
Presshas
to seek
the beginning
than
five seconds,
it seeks
the current
or previous
track.the
If the
previous
longerfor
than
five
track hastrack.
been Ifplaying
less
seconds,
the current
track starts
than five seconds,
it seeks
the
from
the beginning.
previous
track. If longer than five
seconds,
current
trackreverse
starts
2. Press
andthe
hold
to quickly
from theabeginning.
through
track. Release the
to return
to quickly
playing reverse
speed.
2. button
Press and
hold to
through an
a track.
the
Playing
audioRelease
CD 3 122
button
to playing
speed.
3. For
AMto
orreturn
FM, press
to seek
to the
Playing an
audiostation.
CD 3 122
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previous
strong
3. For buttons
AM or FM,
press topreset
seek to the
Preset
(1–6):The
previous
strongone
station.
buttons
numbered
through six
can
be buttons
used to (1–6):The
select stored
AM and
Preset
preset
FM stations.
buttons
numbered one through six
can
be used
to select
stored
AM and
Eight-way
selector
arrows:
Press
the
FM stations.
arrows
to navigate the map.
Eight-way
selector
arrows:
Press the
CLOCK: Press
to set
the time.
arrows
to navigate
d (eject):
Press to the
ejectmap.
a disc from
CLOCK:
Press to set the time.
the CD player.
d (eject): Press to eject a disc from
the CD player.
Touch screen buttons
Touch screen buttons are on the
screen
highlighted
when a
Touch and
screen
buttons
feature
is available.
Some
toggle
Touch screen
buttons
are on
the
screen
highlightwhen
whenaactive
screen buttons
and highlighted
and
gray
out
when
inactive.
feature is available. Some toggle
screen buttons highlight when active
Steering
wheel controls
and gray out when inactive.
If equipped, some audio functions
can be controlled
the steering
Steering
wheelthrough
controls
wheel
controls.
If equipped,
some audio functions
can be controlled through the steering
wheel controls.
q/w (push to talk): Press to answer
an incoming call or interact with
Bluetooth
q/w (pushortovoice
talk):recognition.
Press to answer
an incoming call or interact with
Bluetooth or voice recognition.
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x/n (mute / end call): Press to
decline an incoming call, or to end a
current call. Press to silence the
vehicle speakers while using the
infotainment system. Press again to
turn the sound on. Press to cancel
voice recognition.
d SRC c (thumbwheel control): Press
to select an audio source.
Use the thumbwheel to select the
next or previous favorite radio station,
CD, MP3 track, USB, and Bluetooth
Audio.
Use d SRC to skip to the next song or
show using Stitcher.
+ X − (volume): Press + to increase
the volume. Press − to decrease.
Operation
The Infotainment system is controlled
by pressing the screen and by using
the knobs and other buttons.
Voice recognition, through the
steering wheel controls, can be used
to control the Infotainment features.
Press q/w on the steering wheel
controls to begin voice recognition.
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Home page
More l: This button may display
depending on the number of options
stored on the home page. Press to go
to the next page.
k Previous: Press to go to the
previous page.
Next l: Press to go to the next page.
Home page customization
Touch screen buttons
The home page allows access to
many of the features.
Back: Press to return to the previous
page.
Home: Press to go back to the home
page.
Fav: Press to display a page of stored
(favorite) AM or FM stations. Keep
pressing Fav to scroll through the
favorite pages.
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The first home page can be
customized.
To add screen buttons:
1. Press Menu.
2. Press Customize.
1. Press Sort.
2. Press an icon to switch with
another icon.
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3. Select the
icon to swap with.
4. Press Done.
To
page
1 defaults:
3. restore
Press ahome
screen
button
to add or
1. Press
Menu.
remove
from the first home page.
A H indicates
will bePage
displayed.
2. Press
RestoreitHome
The
maximum number of buttons
Defaults.
on home page 1 is eight.
3. Press Yes or Cancel.
4. Press Done.
Home
page
features
To
move
screen
buttons:
Pressed screen buttons are
1. Press Sort.
highlighted when a feature is
2. Press an icon to switch with
available.
another icon.
Various functions are disabled when
3. Select
icon to swap with.
the
vehiclethe
is moving.
4. Press Done.
To restore home page 1 defaults:
1. Press Menu.
2. Press Restore Home Page
Defaults.
3. Press Yes or Cancel.
Home page features
Pressed screen buttons are
highlighted when a feature is
available.
Various functions are disabled when
the vehicle is moving.
to display the active source page. The
sources available are AM, FM, CD,
USB/iPod, Stitcher, and AUX.
AM-FM radio 3 118, CD player
3 121, Stitcher internet radio 3 133,
Auxiliary devices 3 123
to display the destination entry home
page or the destination menu. The
available screen buttons provide easy
access to a variety of ways to enter a
destination.
Destination 3 143
Press the Navigation
Now Playing
screen
button
screen
button
to
to display
the active
source
page.
The
display
a map
of your
current
vehicle
sources
available
are
AM,
FM,
CD,
position.
USB/iPod,
Stitcher, and
AUX.3 137,
Using
the navigation
system
AM-FM
3 118,
player
68 CD symbols
Maps
3 radio
139, Navigation
84
72 Configure
3 141,
121,
Stitcher internet
menu radio
3 1533 133,
Auxiliary devices 3 123
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Press the Destination
screen
button
Phone screen
button
to
to
display
destination
entry home
display
thethe
phone
main page.
page
93destination menu. The
Phoneor3the
164
available screen buttons provide easy
access to a variety of ways to enter a
destination.
Destination 3 143
Press the Navigation screen button to
display a map of your current vehicle
position.
Using the navigation system 3 137,
Maps 3 139, Navigation symbols
3 141, Configure menu 3 153
Press the Phone screen button to
display the phone main page.
Phone 3 164
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Press the Config screen button to
display the config main page. From
this display, adjust features such as
time and date, radio, phone,
vehicle, and display.
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Configure menu 3 153
Press the Tone screen button to
display the tone main page. Adjust
the tone and speakers by pressing
the screen buttons to change the
levels of sound for treble, midrange,
bass, fade, and balance.
Tone settings 3 116
65
Press the Pictures screen button to
view pictures on your USB drive or SD
card. Pictures on the SD card can
only be viewed through a USB
adapter.
Pictures 3 126
78
Press the FM screen button to display
the FM main page and play the
current or last tuned FM station.
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AM-FM radio 3 118
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Press the AM screen button to display
the AM main page and play the
current or last tuned AM station.
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AM-FM radio 3 118
Press the Stitcher screen button (if
equipped) to display the Stitcher
home page and stream news, sports,
and entertainment shows through the
audio system.
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Stitcher internet radio 3 133
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Press the AUX screen button to
access any connected auxiliary
device.
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Auxiliary devices 3 123
Press the CD screen button to display
the CD main page and play the
current or last CD track selected.
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CD player 3 121
Press the iPod screen button to
display the iPod main page and play
the current or last track selected.
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External devices 3 131
Press the Quick Info screen button to
access information on audio playing.
Quick info 3 118
69
Press the S Bluetooth screen button
to display the Bluetooth audio main
page to play music through a
Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth music 3 129
80
Press the USB screen button to
display the USB main page and play
the current or last track selected.
USB port 3 124
75
Press the Messages screen button (if
equipped) to display the text
message inbox.
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Text messages 3 170
116
Basic operation
■ Fade: Press the F or R button for
Basic
operation
more sound from the front or rear
speakers. The middle position
balances the sound between the
frontoperation
and rear ..........................
speakers.
Basic
Basic
operation
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65
■ Balance:
Press
the L or R button116
for
Tone
settings
.............................
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65
more sound from the left or right
Configure menu............................ 66
speakers. The middle position
balances the sound between the
left and right speakers.
Basic operation
Basic operation
Playing the radio
m (power / volume):
■ Press to turn the radio on or off.
■ Turn to increase or decrease the
volume of the active source.
The steering wheel controls can also
be used to adjust the volume.
Steering Wheel Controls 3 109
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Radio operation
The radio will work when the ignition
is in ON/RUN or ACC/ACCESSORY.
When the ignition is turned from ON/
RUN to LOCK/OFF, the radio will
continue to work for 10 minutes or
until the driver door is opened.
The radio can be turned on by
pressing m on the radio and will stay
on for 10 minutes. Opening the driver
door will not turn the radio off.
The radio can be turned off at any
time by pressing the power button.
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Audio source
Press SOURCE or SRCE to display
and scroll through the available
sources AM, FM, Stitcher (if
equipped), CD, USB, AUX, and
Bluetooth Audio.
Tone settings
To access the tone settings, press
TONE or the Tone button on the
home page. Tone settings are
specific to each source.
To adjust the settings:
■ Bass: Press + or − to change the
level.
■ Mid (Midrange): Press + or − to
change the level.
■ Treble: Press + or − to change the
level.
EQ: Press or turn the MENU/SEL
knob to cycle through the preset EQ
options.
2. Press Delete Waypoints.
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116
Basic operation
2. Press Delete Waypoints.
■2.Fade:
PressPress
Delete
theWaypoints.
F or R button for
Basic
operation
more sound from the front or rear
speakers. The middle position
balances the sound between the
frontoperation
and rear ..........................
speakers.
Basic
116
■ Balance:
Press
the L or R button116
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The radio can be turned off at any
time by pressing the power button.
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Audio source
Press SOURCE or SRCE to display
and scroll through the available
sources AM, FM, Stitcher (if
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2. Press the
scroll bar until the
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Press the
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the
the
desired
settings
to change.
desired
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displays.
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Tone
settings
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manual
for
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to change.
information
on adjusting
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To access
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or the
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on adjusting
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desired
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the
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manual for
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Press +on
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change
the
information
most
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owner manual for
level.
vehicle
information on adjusting most
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(Midrange):
vehicle
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change the level.
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level.
EQ: Press or turn the MENU/SEL
knob to cycle through the preset EQ
options.
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Languages
morethe
sound
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the front
or home
rear
Press
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page
or the CONFIG
button
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between
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faceplate
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enter
the menu
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front
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or press
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position
Languages
to display
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balances the
sound the
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the
Select
the right
desired
language.
left and
speakers.
Time and date settings
Basic operation
Automatic Clock Update: When
enabled, this feature will set the clock
automatically.
Set Time: Press + or − to increase or
decrease the Hours and Minutes
displayed on the clock.
Set Date: Press + or − to increase or
decrease the day.
12 hr / 24 hr Format: Press the 12
Hour screen button for standard time;
press the 24 Hour screen button for
military time.
Press the Back screen button to save
the adjustments.
Radio settings
Press the Time and Date screen
button to display the time and date
menu.
Press the Config button on the home
page or the CONFIG button on the
faceplate to enter the menu options.
Turn the MENU/SEL knob or press
the scroll bar to scroll through the
available options. Press the
MENU/SEL knob or press Radio
Settings to display the Radio Settings
menu. Press this feature to make
changes for radio information
displayed, preset pages, and auto
volume.
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117
The radio settings are:
Auto Volume: Select OFF, Low,
Medium, or High sensitivity to
automatically adjust the volume to
minimize the effects of unwanted
background noise that can result from
changing road surfaces, driving
speeds, or open windows. This
feature works best at lower volume
settings where background noise is
typically louder than the sound
system volume.
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disable normalization used to
improve voice recognition and media
groupings.
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maximum volume level for startup
that will be used even if a higher
volume had been set when the radio
was turned off.
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select the number of FAV pages to be
displayed.
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or the
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faceplate,
then select
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faceplate, then select Display
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the home page.
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increase
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determined
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background.
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vehicle
signals,
and the
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access
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press
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change
the tone
overall
brightness
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or
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use on
thethe
vehicle
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are
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change
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overall
brightness
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times,
other
interference
such
as
instrument
panel
illumination
control
specific
to the
each
source.
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for
display,
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the
satellite
condition,
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on the
vehicle.
instrument
panel
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control
configuration,
condition
of the vehicle,
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adjust the
settings:
on the other
vehicle.
and/or
circumstances
can affect
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+
or
−
to
change
the
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determined
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the
vehicle
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by using
satellite
signals,
data.
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+ or −
to change
the
various
vehicle signals, and map
level.
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data.
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satellite
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or turn theroad
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times,
interference
such
as
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preset
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road
and/or
other circumstances can affect
options.
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accurate position
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1. Press the AM screen button on
the home page; select AM by
pressing SOURCE or SRCE; or
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information
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say “Tune
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voice
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update the station list, press
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1. Press the FM screen button on the
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info
Home
Page; select FM by
pressing SOURCE or SRCE; or
say “Tune FM” or “FM” through
voice recognition (if equipped).
2. Press the Menu screen button to
display the FM stations or
categories.
3. Press to select an option. To
update the station list, press
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information displays on that
screen button.
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search
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page
can store
six
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or SRCE
to select
preset
stations.
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presets
within
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USB, AUX
and
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different radio bands.
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select button
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for a station.
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the home
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to the selected preset station.
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RDS features are available for use
only on FM stations that broadcast
RDS information. With RDS, the radio
can display messages from radio
stations.
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specific information from these
stations and only works when the
information is available.
When information is broadcast from
the current FM station, the station
name or call letters display on the
audio screen.
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km (10 to 40 mi). Although the radio
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there are no changes, the voice
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off.
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database contains cover art or album
art information for the music on the
USB device. If the music is
recognized
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menu
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Gracenote indexing
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Infotainment features are available
including selecting music from the
menu. Voice recognition music will
not be available until the radio has
completed indexing the device.
Devices with more music may take
longer to index. The device will index
when plugged into the radio for the
first time. When Indexing is removed
from the screen, the radio is ready to
support music search. On the next
connection or ignition cycle, Indexing
will show briefly on the screen. The
radio is searching for changes to the
device and preparing the music list. If
there are no changes, the voice
recognition music search will be
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Bluetooth music
for Bluetooth audio playback on the
Bluetooth
music
radio. When the vehicle is not moving,
use the device to begin playback.
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device or press r to begin
playback. This may happen
depending on how the device
communicates via Bluetooth.
Some phones support sending
Bluetooth music information to
display on the radio. When the radio
receives this information, it will check
to see if any album art is available and
display it.
When playing music on the radio from
a Bluetooth device, make sure the
Bluetooth device is unlocked and the
intended music application is showing
on the home screen.
For iPhone/iPod touch and iPad
devices, Bluetooth audio will not work
if the device is connected through the
USB and Bluetooth at the same time.
Bluetooth music
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General information
Operation
If equipped, music may be played
from a paired Bluetooth device.
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The music can be controlled by either
the Infotainment controls or the
controls on the device.
When a phone is connected to the
system through Bluetooth audio, the
phone notifications and sounds may
not be heard on the phone until
Bluetooth is disconnected.
Notification features may vary based
on the phone. Check the phone
manufacturer’s information for
notification support.
Bluetooth music setup
To play music through a Bluetooth
device:
1. Power on the device, pair, and
connect the device.
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Pairing a phone / device 3 164
2. Music can be launched by doing
one of the following:
◆ Press the Bluetooth screen
button on the home page.
◆ Press SOURCE or SRCE until
Bluetooth audio is selected.
◆ Press the SRC button on the
steering wheel controls until
Bluetooth audio is selected.
◆ Use voice recognition.
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Bluetooth audio menu
Press the Menu screen button and
the following may display:
Shuffle: Press the MENU/SEL knob
to turn shuffle on or off. Not all devices
support the shuffle feature.
When selecting Bluetooth audio, the
Bluetooth device internal music
player may not open depending on
the status of the device. All devices
launch and play back audio
differently. Make sure the correct
audio source is playing on the device
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Bluetooth music
for Bluetooth audio playback on the
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music
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use the device to begin playback.
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device or press r to begin
playback. This may happen
depending on how the device
communicates via Bluetooth.
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Bluetooth music information to
display on the radio. When the radio
receives this information, it will check
to see if any album art is available and
display it.
When playing music on the radio from
a Bluetooth device, make sure the
Bluetooth device is unlocked and the
intended music application is showing
on the home screen.
For iPhone/iPod touch and iPad
devices, Bluetooth audio will not work
if the device is connected through the
USB and Bluetooth at the same time.
Bluetooth music
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General information
Operation
If equipped, music may be played
from a paired Bluetooth device.
Pairing a phone / device 3 164
The music can be controlled by either
the Infotainment controls or the
controls on the device.
When a phone is connected to the
system through Bluetooth audio, the
phone notifications and sounds may
not be heard on the phone until
Bluetooth is disconnected.
Notification features may vary based
on the phone. Check the phone
manufacturer’s information for
notification support.
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To play music through a Bluetooth
device:
1. Power on the device, pair, and
connect the device.
Pairing a phone / device 3 164
2. Music can be launched by doing
one of the following:
◆ Press the Bluetooth screen
button on the home page.
◆ Press SOURCE or SRCE until
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◆ Press the SRC button on the
steering wheel controls until
Bluetooth audio is selected.
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Bluetooth audio menu
Press the Menu screen button and
the following may display:
Shuffle: Press the MENU/SEL knob
to turn shuffle on or off. Not all devices
support the shuffle feature.
When selecting Bluetooth audio, the
Bluetooth device internal music
player may not open depending on
the status of the device. All devices
launch and play back audio
differently. Make sure the correct
audio source is playing on the device
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External devices
Shuffle: Press to play the tracks
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devices
randomly. Press again to stop shuffle.
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to create playlists with songs/tracks
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menu for future listening.
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playlist of songs that are more like
the song currently playing.
2. The radio will show Playlist
Creation Succeeded and continue
playing the current song.
Delete Automatic Playlists: Press to
delete a More like this playlist.
Playlists:
1. Press to view the playlists on the
iPod.
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of all songs in the playlist.
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begin playback.
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menu
2. Select a podcast name to begin
playback.
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1. Press to view the composers on
the iPod.
2. Select the composer to view a list
of songs by that composer.
3. Select a song from the list to begin
playback.
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2. The radio will show Playlist
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playing the current song.
Delete Automatic Playlists: Press to
delete a More like this playlist.
Playlists:
1. Press to view the playlists on the
iPod.
2. Select a playlist name to view a list
of all songs in the playlist.
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playback.
Use the iPod menu to select:
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External devices
Audiobooks:
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Using
1. Press to view the albums on the
applications
iPod.
Stitcher
2. Selectinternet
an albumradio
name to view a
list ofSmartRadio™
all songs on the
album
or
Stitcher
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internet
select
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to view
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radio
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news,
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3. Select
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list to
personalized,
on-demand stations or
begin playback.
discover new shows through
Genres:
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1. account,
Press to download
view the genres
on the
an
the application
fromiPod.
the Android Market or iTunes
Store,
or go
to www.stitcher.com.
2. Select
a genre
name to view a list
of artists
of that
genre.
A phone
or tablet
with
internet
connection
is artist
required
for this
3. Select an
to view
albums or
application.
Personal
phone data
All Albums
to viewcell
all albums
of
that genre.
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4. Select
Artist Make
plans
are used.
to viewsure
albums.
the latest
version
is installed
thesongs.
device and
5. Select
Album toon
view
the volume on the device is turned up.
6. Select the song from the list to
BlackBerry
phones are not supported
begin playback.
for this application.
Songs:
To install Stitcher:
1. Press to view a list of all songs on
■ On
Android phone or tablet with
theaniPod.
internet connection, go to the
2.Android
Select the
from
the list
Playsong
Store,
search
forto
begin playback.
Stitcher,
and install to the phone,
Podcasts:
not to the SD card.
Press
to view iPad,
the podcasts
the
■1.On
an iPhone,
or iPod on
touch,
goiPod.
to the iTunes store and search
Stitcher.
2.for
Select
a podcast name to begin
playback.
Launching Stitcher
Composers:
Connect the iPhone, iPad, or iPod
1. Press
to USB
view the
touch
to the
port,composers
or connecton
the iPod.
Android
through Bluetooth.
2. Select
75composer to view a list
USB
port 3the
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of songs
by that composer.
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Bluetooth
3 164
3.
Select
a
song
thethe
list stations
to begin
For first-time use,from
set up
playback.
before
connecting to the vehicle. The
Stitcher icon will be available on the
home page and source pop-up
displays if the latest application is
installed on the device.
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External devices
Using the iPhone, iPod Touch, or
External
devices
iPad
1. Plug the device into the USB port.
The phone screen must be
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unlocked.
Using
smartphone
applications
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2. Use
one of the following
to launch:
◆ Press the application on the
device.
◆ Press Stitcher on the home
page.
◆ Press q/w and say “Stitcher” or
“Tune Stitcher.”
◆ Accept any notifications on the
screen of the device.
3. If Stitcher does not begin playing,
select a category and then a
station.
After Stitcher has been launched,
press SOURCE or SRCE to access
Stitcher features.
If nothing happens when the available
Stitcher screen button is pressed,
download the latest Stitcher
application and retry.
External devices
Stitcher willaudio
always be highlighted on
Playing
the home page when an iPhone,
®
iPad,
or iPod
is connected
Playing
fromtouch
an iPod
usingfeature
the USB
port. Tothe
use,
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following
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models:
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■ the
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on
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and or
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your3G,
phone
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the
message with
is shown,
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then the phone
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situations:
restart
app and make
sure
■ Whenthe
connecting
an iPod
on the
which
home
page
is visible
on the
phone/
a more
recent
version
of the
device.
firmware is installed than is
Using
an Android
supported
by thephone
Infotainment
1.system.
Pair the Android phone using
Bluetooth.
■ When
connecting an iPod on which
providers
is
2.firmware
Use onefrom
of theother
following
to launch:
installed.
To connect an iPod:
1. Connect one end of the standard
iPod USB cable to the iPod's dock
connector.
2. Connect the other end to the USB
port in the center console.
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iPod◆ music
displays
on
Press information
the application
on the
the radio’s
display and begins playing
device.
through
the vehicle’s
audio
◆ Select
Stitcher on
the system.
home
The iPod
battery recharges
page.
automatically
while
the
vehicle
is on.
◆ Press q/w
and
say
“Stitcher”
or
The iPod
shuts
off and stops charging
“Tune
Stitcher.”
when the vehicle is shut off.
3. If Stitcher does not begin playing,
If the
iPodaiscategory
an unsupported
select
and thenmodel,
a
it can
still be listened to in the vehicle
station.
by connecting to the auxiliary input
Afterusing
Stitcher
has been3.5mm
launched,
jack
a standard
(1/8 in)
press SOURCE
or SRCE to access
stereo
cable.
Stitcher features.
iPod
menu
If nothing
happens when the available
Stitcher screen button is pressed,
download the latest Stitcher
application and retry.
If the Please See Device message is
shown, the login screen may display
on the device.
If the Please unlock your phone or
restart the app message is shown,
then your phone may be locked.
Unlock the phone, close the app, then
restart the app to ensure proper
communication.
Use the iPod menu to select:
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External devices
Shuffle: Press
to play the tracks
Stitcher
troubleshooting
randomly. Press again to stop shuffle.
Unable
to connect
device
to the
vehicle
Play More
Like This:
Allows
radio
If
device
is unable
connect via
tothe
create
playlists
with to
songs/tracks
USB
ortoBluetooth:
similar
what is being listened to.
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radiothe
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a playlist with up
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about
30 seconds,
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to
menu
for future
listening.
connect
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again.
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to saver
automatically
a
The
battery
and taskcreate
manager
playlist ofon
songs
that arecan
more
like
applications
the phone
cause
the song
currently
playing.
Stitcher
to function
incorrectly.
2. The radio
show
Playlist
Remove
thosewill
apps
from
the phone
Creation
Succeeded
and continue
or remove
Stitcher
and Bluetooth
thelists.
current song.
fromplaying
the task
Delete Automatic Playlists: Press to
Unable to start Stitcher
delete a More like this playlist.
If the device is unable to launch
Playlists:
Stitcher:
Pressthat
to view
the playlists
■1.Check
the latest
versionon
ofthe
iPod. is installed.
Stitcher
Selectthat
a playlist
to view a list
■2.Check
there name
is an active
of all songs
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account
logged
intoplaylist.
Stitcher.
3. Select the song from the list to
begin playback.
External devices
Artists:
■ For Android devices, check that the
withartists
the vehicle,
1.device
Pressistopaired
view the
on the
and
the Bluetooth icon on the
iPod.
display is highlighted.
2. Select an artist name to view a list
■ For
iPhone,
iPod
touch,
orby
iPad
of all
albums
with
songs
the
devices,
artist. check that the USB cable
is connected to the USB port, the
3.screen
Selectisan
album. and the home
unlocked,
4.page
Select
the song from the list to
is showing.
beginStitcher
playback.
Close
on the device and
Albums:
launch again. Devices that allow
may
require
anon
extra
1.multitasking
Press to view
the
albums
the
step
to quit the Stitcher application.
iPod.
See the cell phone manufacturer's
2. Select an album name to view a
user guide.
list of all songs on the album or
select
Songs List to view all songs
Loss
of audio
onofthe
iPod. audio can happen
Loss
Stitcher
3. Select
the song from the list to
due
to:
beginorplayback.
■ Weak
lost data connection.
Genres:
■ Device needs to be charged.
Press to view
thetogenres
■1.Application
needs
be on the
iPod.
relaunched.
Select a genre
namephone
to view
a list
■2.Connection
between
and
of artists
of that genre.
radio
is lost.
3. Select an artist to view albums or
All Albums to view all albums of
that genre.
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Artist iPod
■4.If Select
any iPhone,
to view
touch,
albums.
or iPad is
to Bluetooth
and the
5.connected
Select Album
to view songs.
dock connector, go to the airplay
6.icon
Select
the device
song from
list dock
to
on the
and the
select
begin playback.
connector
or disconnect and
Songs:
reconnect the dock connector on
device.
1.the
Press
to view a list of all songs on
thevolume
iPod. is too low. Turn up the
■ The
device.
2.volume
Select on
thethe
song
from the list to
begin
playback.
If the
connection
is lost between the
application
Podcasts: and device, a message
Please Unlock Your Phone or Restart
1. Press to view the podcasts on the
the Phone App and Try Again will
iPod.
display. Press OK to retry.
2. Select a podcast name to begin
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Pairing Bluetooth devices 3 164
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Composers:
If pressing OK does not clear the
1. Press to view the composers on
issue, please see below.
the iPod.
2. SelectStitcher
the composer
to view a list
Common
Messages
of songs
by that
composer.
Please
Try Again
Later:
A general
error
has occurred.
A data
connection
3. Select
a song from
the list
to begin
mayplayback.
be unavailable due to a weak or
lost signal or the Stitcher service
being temporarily down. Press OK to
continue.
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External devices
Paused or Audio Paused: Playback is
External
devices
paused on the radio or on the device.
Press r or Play on the device.
Please See Device: When not logged
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in
or when
authentication
failed, see
the device.
Press OK
to continue.
Using
smartphone
applications
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Disconnect the phone from the radio
and follow the Stitcher account login
process on the phone.
No Stations Found: Logged in but no
stations have been created. Press
OK to continue.
Please Choose a New Station: The
end of the station has been reached
and there is no more content to play.
Select a new station through the
Stitcher menu.
Please Unlock Your Phone or Restart
Phone App and Try Again:
Communication failure between the
radio and the phone application or the
device is locked.
External devices
Playing audio
Playing from an iPod®
This feature supports the following
iPod models:
■ iPod classic® (6th generation)
■ iPod nano® (3G, 4G, 5G, and 6G)
■ iPod touch® (1G, 2G, 3G, and 4G)
There may be problems with the
operation and function in the following
situations:
■ When connecting an iPod on which
a more recent version of the
firmware is installed than is
supported by the Infotainment
system.
■ When connecting an iPod on which
firmware from other providers is
installed.
To connect an iPod:
1. Connect one end of the standard
iPod USB cable to the iPod's dock
connector.
2. Connect the other end to the USB
port in the center console.
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iPod music information displays on
the radio’s display and begins playing
through the vehicle’s audio system.
The iPod battery recharges
automatically while the vehicle is on.
The iPod shuts off and stops charging
when the vehicle is shut off.
If the iPod is an unsupported model,
it can still be listened to in the vehicle
by connecting to the auxiliary input
jack using a standard 3.5mm (1/8 in)
stereo cable.
iPod menu
Use the iPod menu to select:
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Voice recognition
home” or “Call John at work”. If a
Voice
recognition
number is not recognized, the first
number in the list will be called.
Pair or connect: Instructs the system
Voice
recognition
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to begin
pairing a .......................
device.
Digit dial: Instructs the system to dial
a phone number one digit at a time.
After saying the digits, say “Dial”.
Redial or redial last number: Instructs
the system to dial the last phone
number called.
Select device or change phone:
Instructs the system to switch to a
different paired device. The device
must be selected from the screen or
using the MENU/SEL knob.
Delete device: Instructs the system to
delete a paired device.
Read text messages or read SMS
messages: Instructs the system to
begin reading text messages from
paired device.
Not all devices support text
messages. Applicable where
equipped.
Voice pass-thru
Voice
recognition
Voice pass-thru allows access to the
voice recognition
on the
Voice
recognition commands
allows for handscell phone,
i.e. of
Sirithe
or voice
command.
free
operation
Infotainment
See thefeatures.
cell phone manufacturer's
system
user guide to see if the cell phone
Voice
recognition
can be used when
supports this feature.
the radio is on or when Retained
To activatePower
phone (RAP)
voice recognition
Accessory
is active.
system,
press
and holdaq/w
on the
The
system
maintains
minimum
steering
wheel
for
approximately
two
volume level.
sec.
Using voice recognition
Settings commands
1. Press(set)
q/won
on(mode),
the steering
wheel.
Verbose
verbose
system
mutes.
voice
(set)The
off audio
(mode):
Instructs
the A
system
prompt
“Please
to turn
voicestates,
prompts
on orsay
off. a
command.”
Wait until
the tone
Language
(language):
Instructs
theis
heard
system
to before
set thespeaking.
language.
there is Instructs
no tone, make
sure that
ListIfdevices:
the system
to
volume
is turned
up.
givethe
a list
of devices
to use.
While voice recognition is active,
Other
thecommands
system displays a w symbol in
Goodbye:
thescreen.
system to end
the topInstructs
right of the
a2.phone
callspeak
or voice
Clearly
onerecognition.
of the
Cancel:
Instructs
the system
cancel
commands
listed
later in to
this
an action.
section.
Go back, back, previous: Instructs the
system to go back to a prior menu.
Press
q/w twice
Instructs
on the
the steering
system to go
Main menu:
to the main
menu.
wheel
to skip
the voice prompt
messages.
Yes, Yep, Yup, Ya, Sure, Right,
Correct, OK, Positive, You Got it,
Canceling
voice
Probably, You
Bet: recognition
These can be
used
to
say
“Yes”.
1. Press and release x/n on the
wheel
control
to cancel a
No,steering
Nope, Na,
No way,
Wrong,
command,
if the system
response
Incorrect,
Negative,
Not really,
No I
does
the
voice
said,
No Inot
Didmatch
Not, No
I Do
Not: These
say
“Goodbye” or
cancommand,
be used toor
say
“No”.
Next“Cancel”.
page, Page down: Instructs the
2. The to
system
system
scroll replies
forward“Goodbye”.
one page in
a list.
Helpful hints for speaking
Previous page, Page up: Instructs the
commands
system to scroll back one page in a
■ When multiple commands are
list.
available, choose the command
that works
best for help
you.
Voice
recognition
To
enter the
help playback
■ Words
in parentheses
aresession,
optional.
clearly
speak one
thecommand
help
For example,
forofthe
commands.
“Tune FM (frequency)”, saying
“Tune
FM
87.7” plays
or “Tune
FM”
are
Help:
The
system
back
more
both valid
specific
helpcommands.
commands such as
radio
settings
for the user
to choose
■ When
the command
is recognized,
from.
the system will either perform the
function or ask to confirm the
choice.
Voice recognition
Radio:
■ WhenUse
thethis
system
command
does not
to learn
about
recognize
how tothe
select
command,
a band the
(AM or
FM),
system
and how
saysto“Pardon”.
change radio
stations
by speaking
frequency
■ If experiencing
difficulty
with the
numbers.
system recognizing a command,
Myconfirm
media:that
Usethe
thiscommand
commandisto learn
correct.
sayingtracks,
the command
how
to playTry
specific
artists,
clearlydevices
or wait for
a brief moment
albums,
connected
to the
after
theor
tone.
USB
port,
to change sources.
■ Background
such as
Phone:
Use thisnoise
command
to alearn
climate
about
howcontrol
to dial,fan
pairpositioned
a device, on
or
high,aopen
windows, and very loud
delete
device.
outsideUse
noises,
if the windows
Settings:
thiseven
command
to learn
are closed,
canvoice
causeprompts
voice on or
about
how to turn
to be misunderstood.
off,commands
or set the language.
■ The system is able to recognize
commands in different languages.
The system only recognizes
commands based on the language
selected.
■ To increase or decrease the voice
volume during a voice recognition
session, turn the volume knob of
the radio, or press the volume
steering wheel control. If the
volume is adjusted during a voice
recognition session, a volume bar
appears on the screen showing the
voice volume level as it is being
adjusted. This also changes the
volume of the guidance prompts.
■ When using navigation commands,
take the time to become familiar
with the address. Long delays
when giving the address can result
in the system not recognizing the
address or routing to a different
location than intended.
■ When providing the house number
portion of the address, the system
recognizes both digit format and
numerical text. An example would
be to say, “3-0-0-0-1” or “Thirty
Thousand One.”
■ If the system provides destination
in another country on several
attempts, say the “Change country”
command and say the country of
interest. To enter a destination in a
different country, the country will
first have to be changed in the
system.
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Voice recognition commands
The following list shows the voice
commands available for the
infotainment system with a brief
description of each. The commands
are listed with the optional words in
parentheses. To use the voice
commands, see the previous
instructions.
Radio commands
Tune AM, tune FM, tune Stitcher:
Instructs the system to go to the
specific band and the last station.
Tune AM (frequency), tune FM
(frequency): Instructs the system to
go to the specific station.
Thumbs up: Instructs the system to
give the current song or station a
thumbs up in Stitcher.
Thumbs down: Instructs the system to
give the current song or station a
thumbs down in Stitcher.
My media commands
CD, AUX, USB, or Bluetooth audio:
Instructs the system to change the
source.
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Voice recognition
Radio:
Play
home”
CD:
or
Use
Instructs
“Call
thisJohn
command
the
at system
work”.
to learn
Iftoaplay
about
a
number
CD. how
For
is example,
not
to select
recognized,
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band
“Play
the
(AM
CD”.
first
or
FM),
number
andinhow
the commands
to
listchange
will be called.
radio
The
following
only apply
stations
by
speaking
frequency
to
Pair
USB,
iPod,
and
iPhone
sources.
or connect:
Instructs
the
system
numbers.
They
arepairing
supported
after the device
to begin
a device.
My
has
been
Use this the
command
Digitmedia:
dial: indexed.
Instructs
systemtotolearn
dial
how
to
play
specific
Play
a phone
number
onetracks,
digit
atartists,
a time.
artist
(artist
name):
Instructs
the
albums,
devices
connected
to the
After saying
thesongs
digits,
say
“Dial”.
system
to
play
by
a specific
USB
port, example,
or to change
artist.
say sources.
"PlayInstructs
artist
RedialFor
or redial last number:
Phone:
<artist
name>.".
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to learn
the system
dialcommand
the last phone
about
how
to
dial, pair
a device,
Play
number
called.
album
(album
title):
Instructsorthe
delete
atodevice.
system
playora change
specific phone:
album.
Select device
Settings:
Use
thistitle):
command
Play
Instructs
system
toInstructs
switchtotolearn
a
songthe
(song
the
about
how
to turn
voice prompts
on or
different
The
device
system
topaired
play
adevice.
specific
song.
off,
orbe
setselected
the language.
must
the Instructs
screen or
Play
genre
(genrefrom
name):
using
the MENU/SEL
knob.
the
system
to play songs
of a
Delete device:
particular
genre.
Instructs the system to
delete aartist
paired
device.
Search
(artist
name): Instructs
Read
the
system
to show aor
listread
of allSMS
songs
text messages
by
a specificInstructs
artist. For
say
messages:
theexample,
system to
"Search
artist <artist
name>.".from
begin reading
text messages
paired device.
Search
composer (composer name):
Not all devices
support
text a list of
Instructs
the system
to show
messages.
where
all
songs byApplicable
a specific composer.
For
equipped.say "Search composer
example,
<composer name>.".
Voice recognition
Voice pass-thru
Search
album (album name):
Instructs
the system
to show
a to
listthe
of
Voice pass-thru
allows
access
all
songs
by a specific
album.on
Forthe
voice
recognition
commands
example,
album
<album
cell phone,say
i.e."Search
Siri or voice
command.
name>.".
See the cell phone manufacturer's
user guide
to see
if the
cell phone
Search
genre
(genre
name):
Instructs
supports
this
the
system
tofeature.
show a list of all songs
for
specificphone
genre.voice
For example,
say
To aactivate
recognition
"Search
genre and
<genre
system, press
holdname>.".
q/w on the
steeringfolder
wheel(folder
for approximately
two
Search
name): Instructs
sec.system to show a list of all songs
the
in a specific folder. For example, say
Settings folder
commands
"Search
<folder name>.".
Verbose (set) on (mode), verbose
Search
name):
(set) off playlist
(mode):(playlist
Instructs
the system
Instructs
the system
a list of
to turn voice
promptstoonshow
or off.
all songs in a specific playlist. For
Language
(language):
Instructs
example, say "Search playlist the
system toname>.".
set the language.
<playlist
List
devices:
Instructs
the system to
Search audiobook
(audiobook
give a list
of devices
to use. to show
name):
Instructs
the system
a list of all tracks in a specific
Other commands
audiobook. For example, say "Search
Goodbye: Instructs
the system
to end
audiobook
<audiobook
name>.".
a phone call or voice recognition.
Search Podcast (podcast name):
Cancel: Instructs
the system
Instructs
the system
to showtoacancel
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phone after the pairing process is
complete.
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connection or allow phone book
download, select always accept
and allow. The phone book may
not be available if not accepted.
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request
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1. Press the CONFIG button.
2. Select Phone Settings.
3. Select Device List.
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1. Press the CONFIG button.
2. Select Phone Settings.
Phone
3. Select Device List.
4. Select the phone to delete and
follow the screen prompts.
Connecting to a different phone
To connect to a different phone, the
new phone must be in the vehicle and
available to be connected to the
Bluetooth system before the process
is started.
1. Press the CONFIG button.
2. Select Phone Settings.
■ Select Send to send that message.
3. Select Device List.
■ Select Back to cancel and return to
4.the
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the new
phone to connect
previous
screen.
to and follow the screen prompts.
Pairing with voice recognition
A Bluetooth-enabled cell phone must
be paired and then connected to the
vehicle before it can be used. See the
cell phone manufacturer's user guide
for Bluetooth functions before pairing
the cell phone.
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1. Press q/w. The system responds
“Please say a command”,
followed by a tone.
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2. Say “Pair”.
system responds
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textThe
messages
with “Please search for Bluetooth
devices on your phone, select
your vehicle, confirm or enter the
pin number provided on the
screen.”.
3. Start the pairing process on the
phone to be paired.
4. Locate and select the device
named after the vehicle make and
model in the list on the cell phone.
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phone to enter the PIN or to
confirm the six-digit code
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screen
displayed
when
matches.
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responds
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is an incoming
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“Successfully
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will remain on the screen until
5. Repeat
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Dismiss
is selected.
additional phones.
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through
voice recognition.
Listing
all paired
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system
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after
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message.
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Phone
Voice
recognition
■ Select
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number
the uses
text.
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voice associated
recognition with
system
commands
to control
the system
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to close
out the and
dial
phone numbers.
incoming
pop-up message screen.
When using voice recognition:
Text messaging settings
■ The system may not recognize
voice commands if there is too
much background noise.
■ A tone sounds to indicate that the
system is ready for a voice
command. Wait for the tone and
then speak.
■ Speak clearly in a calm and natural
voice.
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Audio system
Sound comes through the vehicle's
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are available
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audio system
speakers
and
from
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overrides
the message
audio system.
m knob during a call to change the
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level remains in memory for later
calls. The system maintains a
minimum volume level.
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Phone
Bluetooth audio
Bluetooth music 3 129
Pairing with Infotainment
controls
A Bluetooth-enabled cell phone must
be paired and then connected to the
vehicle before it can be used. See
your cell phone manufacturer's user
guide for Bluetooth functions before
pairing the cell phone.
Pairing information
■ Select Manage Predefined
■ A Bluetooth-enabled phone and an
Messages to create a user defined
audio playback device can be
message that can be used later to
paired to the system at the same
reply to a text message.
time.
■ Select Text Alerts to choose the
■ Up to five devices can be paired to
alert behavior for incoming text
the Bluetooth system.
messages:
■ The pairing process is disabled
◆ Text alert with tone
when the vehicle is moving.
◆ Tone only
■ Pairing only needs to be completed
◆ Off unless the pairing information
once,
on the cell phone changes or the
cell phone is deleted from the
system.
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■ Only one
paired
cell phone can be
Hands
free
phone
connected to the Bluetooth system
at a time.
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Bluetooth voice
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recognition
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Pairing
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phone
device
voice recognition/ menu.
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a call
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Phone Settings.
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can be
made
using
the following
3. Select
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Device
(Phone).
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commands.
radio displays Please start
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or call: These
commands
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search
on your phone.
used
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the
number.
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identification
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dial: This
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phone
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pairing process
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last
cell phone
to the
be paired
to the
number
used on
cell phone.
vehicle. See the cell phone
Using the dial or call command
manufacturer's user guide.
5. Locate and select the device
named after the vehicle make and
model in the list on the cell phone.
Follow the instructions on the cell
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Phone
To call
phone
a number:
to enter the PIN provided in
Step 3,q/w.
or toThe
confirm
theresponds
six-digit
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system
code matches.
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say a command”,
recognizes
new connected
followed
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a tone.
phone after the pairing process is
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or
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complete.
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speakers.
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phones
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a pull down task bar at the top of
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sayDrag
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the screen.
down the task
followed
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connection/
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say
phonebook
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accept.
name
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to tag.
pair For
additional
phones.
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all paired and
Once connected,
the connected
person called
phones
/ devices
will be heard
through the audio
1. Press the CONFIG button.
speakers.
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Phone
Using
the digit
dialSettings.
command
3. Select
List.
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allowsDevice
a phone
number to be
dialed by entering the digits one at a
Deleting
a paired phone / device
time.
1. Press the CONFIG button.
2. Select Phone Settings.
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3. Press
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1.
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system responds
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a command”,
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to delete and
followed
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follow
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screen
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Connecting to a different phone
3. Say each digit, one at a time, to
To connect to a different phone, the
dial. After each digit is entered,
new phone must be in the vehicle and
the system repeats back the digit
available to be connected to the
it heard followed by a tone. After
Bluetooth system before the process
the last digit has been entered,
is started.
say “Dial”.
1. Press the CONFIG button.
If an unwanted number is repeated
2. Select
Phone Settings.
back,
say “Clear”
to clear the last
number.
3. Select Device List.
Once
connected,
person
called
4. Select
the newthe
phone
to connect
will to
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heard
through
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follow
the screen
prompts.
speakers.
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voice
recognition
Using thewith
redial
command
A Bluetooth-enabled cell phone must
1. Press q/w. The system responds
be paired and then connected to the
“Please say a command,”
vehicle before it can be used. See the
followed by a tone.
cell phone manufacturer's user guide
2. Bluetooth
After the tone,
say “Redial”.
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for
functions
before pairing
dials the last number
the system
cell phone.
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a phone
phone.
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q/w. The
Once
connected,
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a command”,
will “Please
be heardsay
through
the audio
followed by a tone.
speakers.
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2. Say “Pair”.
system responds
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the The
system
withinformation
“Please search
for Bluetooth
Unless
is deleted
out of
on your phone,
select
the devices
vehicle Bluetooth
system,
it will be
your vehicle,
confirmphone
or enter
the
retained.
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pairing
pin number provided on the
information.
screen.”.
Deleting a paired phone / device
Start the pairing process on the
33.164
96
phone to be paired.
4. Locate and select the device
named after the vehicle make and
model in the list on the cell phone.
Follow the instructions on the cell
phone to enter the PIN or to
confirm the six-digit code
matches. The system responds
“Successfully paired.”.
5. Repeat Steps 1−4 to pair
additional phones.
Listing all paired and connected
Phones
The system can list all cell phones
paired to it. If a paired cell phone is
also connected to the vehicle, the
system responds with “is connected”
after that phone name.
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Index
103
A
AM radio.....................................
radio .......................................118
70
Android phone............................
Android
phone ..............................133
84
Audio CD....................................
Audio
CD ......................................122
73
Audio source............................... 116
Audio
source ................................123
65
AUX input...................................
AUX input ......................................74
B
B
Basic operation........................... 116
®........................... 129, 164
Bluetooth
Basic
operation
............................ 65
audio.......................................
Bluetooth®............................... 80,129
93
controls.................................... 164
audio ......................................... 80
music....................................... 129
controls
93
pairing a.....................................
phone / device.......... 164
music .........................................
80
Bluetooth
audio.......................... 129
Bluetooth
pairing amusic..........................
phone / device............129
94
Bluetooth music
setup................ 129
Bluetooth
audio ............................
80
Bluetooth
music ............................ 80
C
CD player....................................
Bluetooth
music setup ..................121
80
Configure menu ......................... 153
C
Connecting auxiliary devices...... 123
CD
player .....................................
72
Connecting
USB devices............ 126
Control buttons...........................
Configure
menu............................109
66
Control elements
overview.........
106
Connecting
auxiliary
devices ........74
Connecting
USB devices ............. 77
D
Database
coverage
explanations 139
Control
buttons
.............................
59
Destination
.................................
Control
elements
overview...........143
58
Display settings.......................... 153
D
E
External
devices.........................
Display settings
............................131
68
F
F
Favourite
Favourite lists.............................
lists ...............................119
70
FM radio..................................... 118
FM radio ....................................... 70
G
G
General
information...................
General
information
.........................
........ 104,
118, 121,
123, 124, 129
........................
56,System
69, 72, ........
74, 75,155
80
Global
Positioning
®
Gracenote
Gracenote ®.................................
...................................124
75
H
H
Hands free phone ...................... 172
Hands free phone....................... 101
Home page
Home
page
customization..........................
111
customisation ............................111
61
features...................................
features ..................................... 61
I
Introduction
................................ 104
I
®............................. 131
iPhone,
iPad..................................
Introduction
56
iPod®...........................................
131
iPhone, iPad® ............................... 84
L
iPod®............................................. 82
Languages.................................. 153
L
M
Languages.................................... 67
Maps .......................................... 139
175
104
N
O
Navigation...................................
Operation ......................... 61, 80,137
96
address......................................
book.......................... 143
Overview
57
address entry.......................... 143
P destination............................... 143
map adjustments.....................
Pairing
a phone / device ..............139
94
map data updates................... 139
Phone
my home................................. 143
accepting
or declining a call .....143
97
route
guidance........................
Bluetooth®
................................143
93
route
options...........................
symbols
overview
................... 141
call waiting
................................
97
touch
buttons............... 137
handsscreen
free ...............................
101
Navigation commands................ 158
making asettings.....................
call .............................153
96
Navigation
operation ................................... 96
O
Pictures ........................................ 78
Operation ................... 111, 129, 167
Playing an audio CD..................... 73
Overview .................................... 105
Playing audio ................................ 82
P
Playing saved audio files .............. 77
Pairing
a phone / device............. 164
Power ...........................................
65
Phone
Preset
station
70
accepting
or ...............................
declining a call.... 167
®
Q Bluetooth ............................... 164
call waiting............................... 167
Quick
info
.....................................172
69
hands
free...............................
making a call........................... 167
operation................................. 167
Pictures....................................... 126
Playing an audio CD................... 122
Playing
audio.............................. 131
R
Playing
saved
audio(RDS)
files............
Radio data
system
.............126
71
Points of interest (POI)............... 143
Radio operation ............................ 65
Power......................................... 116
Radio reception
............................119
71
Preset
station..............................
Radio settings
..............................
67
Problems
with route
guidance.... 157
Radio station
Q
recall
.........................................118
71
Quick
info....................................
search ...................................... 69
R store .......................................... 70
Radio data system (RDS) .......... 120
Radio
operation.......................... 116
S
Radio
reception
......................... 120
Settings
........................................
66
Radio settings............................. 153
Station search .............................. 69
Radio station
Steering
wheel controls.......... 60,119
93
recall........................................
Stitcher
internet radio ...................118
83
search.....................................
store........................................ 119
T
S
Text messages ............................. 99
Service
of date
the navigation
system 157
Time and
settings .................
67
Settings....................................... 153
Tone settings ................................ 65
Station search............................. 118
Touch screen
.............
60,164
61
Steering
wheelbuttons
controls......
109,
Stitcher internet radio................. 133
Symbols overview ...................... 141
T
U
Text
messages...........................
Usage
...........................................170
59
Time
USB and date settings............... 153
Tone settings.............................. 116
drivescreen
..........................................
75
Touch
buttons......... 109, 111
file system and naming ............. 78
U media formats ........................... 75
Usage................................. 109, 137
menu ......................................... 77
USB
mp3 player ................................124
75
drive........................................
playsystem
deviceand
................................
77
file
naming........... 126
media
formats......................... 124
port ............................................
75
menu.......................................
troubleshooting .........................126
77
mp3 player.............................. 124
Using smartphone applications.... 84
play device.............................. 126
V port.......................................... 126
troubleshooting....................... 124
Voice recognition............ 88, 94, 101
Using smartphone applications. . 133
Volume ......................................... 65
V
Vehicle positioning .................... 156
Voice recognition ....... 158, 164, 172
Volume....................................... 116