Infotainment. Volvo S60

Infotainment. Volvo S60

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Infotainment

The infotainment system consists of a radio,

media player and has the capacity to commu-

nicate with a cell phone, which in some cases

can be voice controlled. It is also possible to

connect to the Internet to e.g., stream audio

content via apps.

Information is presented on a 7-inch screen in the upper section of the center console and the system can be controlled using the steering wheel keypad, center console controls or in some cases, voice commands.

The infotainment system can be used for

15 minutes at a time without the remote key in the ignition slot by pressing the on/off button.

While the engine is being started, the infotainment system will be temporarily interrupted and will resume when the engine has started.

NOTE

To help avoid excessive battery drain, remove the remote key from the ignition slot if the infotainment system is used while the engine is switched off.

Gracenote

®

Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic*

Manufactured under license from Dolby

Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, MLP Lossless and the double-D symbol are trademarks of

Dolby Laboratories.

Dirac Live

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If the infotainment system is on when the ignition is switched off, it will be activated again when the ignition is put into mode

I

or higher and will continue in the same mode that was being used (e.g., radio). The driver's door also has to be closed on model with keyless drive*.

Gracenote, Gracenote logo and logotype,

"Powered by Gracenote" and Gracenote

MusicID are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Gracenote, Inc in the United

States and/or other countries.

Dirac Live technology has been used in the development and tuning of the sound in order to ensure a world-class sound experience.

Dirac Live and the D-symbol are registered trademarks of Dirac Research AB.

*

Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment – overview

This is an overview of the main components in the infotainment system.

Steering wheel keypad.

Display. The display's layout and appearance may change according to the theme chosen for the instrument panel. Refer to the Owner's Manual supplement for more information.

Center console control panel.

AUX/USB sockets for external audio sources (e.g., iPod

®

or mp3 player).

A/V-AUX socket.

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Infotainment - operating the system

The infotainment system can be operated from the center console and certain functions can also be operated from the steering wheel keypad or by using voice commands.

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Left/right arrow keys

short press

moves between preset radio stations, tracks on a disc or chapters on a DVD.

Press and hold

to search within tracks or

*

to tune to the next/previous available radio station.

SOUND

– press to access the menu for adjusting bass, treble, etc. For additional

information, see general sound settings (p. 33).

VOL

– turn to raise or lower the volume level.

ON/OFF/MUTE

short press -

switch the system

ON

.

Press and hold

(until the screen turns black) -

switch the system

OFF

. A short press when the infotainment system is on will mute/ unmute the sound. The entire infotainment system, including the navigation* and telephone functions, is switched on/off at the same time by using this button.

CD/DVD* slot.

Mode buttons

– press to select a mode

(e.g.,

RADIO

,

MEDIA

,

TEL

, etc.) by pressing its button on the center console.

The most recent

source

in the selected mode (e.g.,

FM

in

RADIO

mode) will be displayed. From a mode, pressing its mode button will display a shortcut menu.

Eject a disc. An ejected disc that is not removed from the slot after approx.

12 seconds will be drawn back into the player.

OK/MENU

– press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or this button

Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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|| on the center console to confirm a menu selection or accept an incoming phone call. From a mode's main view, pressing this button displays a menu for the selected source (e.g.,

FM

in

RADIO

mode). Arrows at the right of the screen indicate submenus.

TUNE

– turn the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or this button on the center console to scroll among tracks/folders, radio stations, phone contacts or to navigate among the alternatives shown on the screen.

EXIT

short press -

go upward in the menu system, cancel a current function,

Interrupt or reject a phone call, or erase characters that have been entered on the screen.

Press and hold -

to go to the mode's main view. From a mode’s main view, pressing and holding

EXIT

takes you to the infotainment system's main view, which enables you to access the same modes as by pressing the respective mode buttons on the center console

(6).

# INFO

– if more information is available than is currently displayed on the screen, press

# INFO

to display the remaining information.

Keypad for entering text/numbers, storing preset radio stations, etc.

* FAV

– this button can be used to store a shortcut to a commonly used function,

see Favorites (p. 32).

Voice control

– press to activate voice commands.

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Menu navigation

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An example of menu navigation (the illustration is generic and the function shown may not be available in all markets)

Mode button

– press to change modes or from within an active mode, to display its shortcut menu.

Normal view

– a mode's normal view.

Shortcut menu

– displays the mode's most common alternatives.

Quick scroll menu

turning

TUNE

– menu displayed by

to e.g., change tracks, radio stations, etc.

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Source menu

– the selected mode's functions and settings.

Source selection menu

1

– displays the sources that can be selected.

Main mode menu

– displays the main modes. A mode can also be selected by pressing its button on the center console

(1).

These views vary depending on the mode and source selected, the optional equipment in the vehicle, settings, etc.

Select a mode by pressing its button on the center console (1) (e.g.,

RADIO

,

MEDIA

, etc.).

To navigate in the mode's menus, use the

TUNE

,

OK/MENU

,

EXIT

buttons or the modes button (1).

If a menu text is grayed-out, this means that it cannot currently be selected. This may be because the function is not installed in the vehicle, that the source is not currently connected or is connected but is empty.

For a list of the available functions, see Infotainment menu overview (p. 80).

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1 Only in modes with several sources.

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On-screen symbols

The following is an overview of the symbols that may be displayed in the screen's activity/ status field.

Activity/status field

Active current functions and in certain cases, their status, are displayed in the activity/ status field. Due to limited space, not all activity/status symbols will be displayed at all times.

Symbol Explanation

Connecting to the Internet via

Bluetooth

®

.

Connected to the Internet via

Bluetooth

®

.

No Internet connection via

Bluetooth

®

.

Symbol Explanation

Connecting to the Internet via

Wi-Fi.

Connected to the Internet via

Wi-Fi.

No Internet connection via Wi-

Fi.

Connected to the Internet via

Wi-Fi via roaming (for connections in other countries).

Connecting to the Internet via the integrated modem*

A

.

The number of bars illuminated indicates the strength of the signal. The type of connection is indicated under the bars.

Connected to the Internet via the integrated modem*

A

.

No Internet connection via the integrated modem*

A

.

The integrated modem* A is connected to the Internet via roaming (for connections in other countries).

Symbol Explanation

This symbol is displayed when the vehicle's position is being transmitted.

Cell phone connected.

Missed call(s).

Call in progress.

Unread text message.

Microphone muted.

Audio muted.

SOS service A active.

ON CALL service

A

active.

A Models with Volvo On Call only.

Related information

Internet connection (p. 73)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

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*

Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Favorites

The

* FAV

button can be used to store frequently used functions (create a shortcut), making it possible to start the stored function in the main modes (radio, media, MY CAR and the web browser if the vehicle is connected to the Internet) by simply pressing

* FAV

.

Storing a shortcut

4. From the menu, select the function to be stored in the

* FAV

button as a shortcut.

> When the source (e.g.,

AM

,

Bluetooth

) is active (selected), press

* FAV

briefly to start the stored function.

Related information

Infotainment (p. 25)

Radio (p. 35)

Media Player (p. 48)

Internet connection (p. 73)

1. Select a main mode (e.g.,

RADIO

,

MEDIA

) by pressing its button on the center console.

2. Select a source (e.g.,

AM

,

Bluetooth

).

3. In the source's normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and select its FAV menu or press and hold the

* FAV

button until the menu is displayed.

Infotainment – audio settings

The audio system is precalibrated for optimal sound reproduction and can be adjusted to your preferences.

Optimal sound reproduction settings

The audio system is precalibrated for optimal sound reproduction using digital signal processing.

This calibration takes into account the speakers, amplifier, cabin acoustics, listener position, etc., for each combination of vehicle and infotainment system.

Dynamic calibration is also available, which monitors the setting of the volume control, radio reception and the vehicle's speed.

The sound settings described in this owner's information, such as

Bass

,

Treble

and

Equalizer

, are only intended to help the listener adapt sound reproduction to his/her personal preferences.

Active noise suppression*

2

The vehicle can be equipped with an active noise suppression function that reduces engine noise in the passenger compartment by utilizing the infotainment system. The microphone(s) in the ceiling liner react to engine noise and the infotainment system produces signals (white noise) to counteract this.

2 Certain engines only.

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

Microphone in the ceiling liner. The number and position vary, depending on the vehicle

NOTE

Avoid covering or obstructing the noise suppression speakers because doing so could result in a rumbling noise.

Sound quality for streaming Internet audio

The amount of data being transmitted depends on the services or apps being used in the vehicle. For example, streaming audio means that large amounts of data are transferred, which calls for a good Internet connection and a strong signal. Sound quality can be adjusted in certain apps; choosing high quality increases download times or may result in interruptions in the audio stream. For this reason, it may be advisable to select a lower sound quality in order to help ensure a consistent listening experience.

Related information

Internet connection (p. 73)

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Infotainment – general sound settings

The following are general infotainment sound settings.

Press

SOUND

to access the menu for general sound settings such as

Bass

,

Treble

, etc. Turn

TUNE

to go to the various alternatives (e.g.,

Treble

) and press

OK/MENU

to select.

Adjust the setting by turning

TUNE

and save the new setting by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Please note that the volume can only be adjusted within a comfortable range. When a function is active (e.g., the optional navigation system), adjust its volume by turning

VOL

.

Continue turning

TUNE

to access the other sound alternatives:

Premium sound

– Infotainment advanced audio settings (p. 34).

Bass

: Bass level.

Treble

: Treble level.

Fader

: Balance between the front and rear speakers.

Balance

: Balance between the right and left speakers.

Equalizer

: Sound levels for different frequencies.

Navigation volume

: Volume for navigation system* guidance.

Voice control volume

: Volume for the

voice control system's responses.

*

Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Ringtone volume

: Volume for a connected cell phone's ringing signal.

Park assist volume

: Volume for the park assist system*.

Cross Traffic Alert-vol.

: Volume for the

CTA system*.

Volume compensation

: Speed-related volume compensation.

Reset audio settings

: Reset to factory settings.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment - advanced audio settings

Sound settings for the radio and other media sources can be adjusted to your preferences.

To access the advanced sound settings, press

SOUND

to open the menu. Turn

TUNE

, go to

Premium sound

and press

OK/MENU

.

Sound stage

Sound reproduction can be optimized for different sections of the passenger compartment. The sound stage can be set for the

Driver seat

, the

Rear seats

or the

Whole car

.

1. Turn

TUNE

to go to

Sound stage

and press

OK/MENU

.

2. Select a profile by turning

TUNE

and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Surround

When switched on, the system will automatically select settings for the best sound quality, which is normally DPL II and will appear on the screen. If the recording was made using Dolby Digital technology, playback will be provided with this setting and

will appear on the screen. If Surround is switched off, audio will be provided using 3 channel stereo.

1. Turn

TUNE

to go to

Surround

and press

OK/MENU

.

2. Surround can be switched on or off by pressing

OK/MENU

The Surround level can be adjusted separately when the function is on.

1. Turn

TUNE

to go to the level setting and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

2. Select a Surround level by turning

TUNE

and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Subwoofer

The subwoofer's sound level can be adjusted separately.

1. Turn

TUNE

to go to

Subwoofer

and press

OK/MENU

.

2. Select a sound level by turning

TUNE

and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Center speaker

The center speaker's sound level can be adjusted separately. If Surround is on,

DPL II center level

will be selected; otherwise

3 channel center level

is selected.

1. Turn

TUNE

to go to

Center

and press

OK/MENU

.

2. Select a sound level by turning

TUNE

and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

External audio source volume (p. 56)

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Adjusting the equalizer

Adjust the equalizer and adapt the sound level separately for each radio waveband.

1. Press

SOUND

to access the sound settings. Turn

TUNE

to select

Equalizer

and press

OK/MENU

.

2. Select the waveband by turning

TUNE

and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

3. Make the settings by turning

TUNE

and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

or cancel by pressing

EXIT

. Do the same for the other wavebands.

4. When the settings have been made, press

EXIT

to confirm and return to the normal view.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Automatic volume control

The infotainment system compensates for disrupting noises in the passenger compartment.

The system increases the volume to compensate for the speed of the vehicle. Sound level compensation can be set at

Low

,

Medium

,

High

or

Off

.

1. Press

SOUND

to open the sound settings menu. Turn

TUNE

to go to

Volume compensation

and press

OK/MENU

.

2. Select a level by turning

TUNE

and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Radio

Your vehicle's radio offers AM, FM and

SiriusXM

satellite radio*.

If the vehicle is connected to the Internet, it

may also be possible to listen to web radio,

see Applications (p. 77).

Radio controls on the center console

Shortcuts to certain functions can be stored in the

FAV

button. A shortcut can then be activated by pressing the

FAV

button, see

Favorites (p. 32).

AM/FM radio

Radio station search (p. 36)

Preset radio stations (p. 37)

SiriusXM

satellite radio*

Preset radio stations (p. 37)

SiriusXM

satellite radio* (p. 42)

*

Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Web radio

Applications (p. 77)

Related information

AM radio menus (p. 81)

FM radio menus (p. 81)

Internet connection (p. 73)

Radio station search

The radio automatically compiles a list of stations of the strongest stations that it is cur-

rently receiving.

An automatic station search utilizes the com-

piled list of stations. It is also possible to per-

form a manual station search.

You can set the default type of station search. To do so:

1. In FM mode's normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Tune station by

.

2. Turn

TUNE

to

Station list

or

Manual tuning

and select by pressing

OK/

MENU

.

Automatic station search

The radio automatically compiles a station list

that is used by the automatic station search function.

If the automatic station search function is

activated, it is possible to search from the

normal view and in the list of stations.

Station searches in normal view

1. In FM mode,

press

/

briefly

on the center console or the steering wheel keypad.

> The radio will change to the next/previously stored station.

2. In FM mode,

Press and hold

/ on the center console or the steering wheel keypad.

> The radio will switch to the next/previous available station.

Searching in the station list

1. In FM mode, turn

TUNE

:

FM station list

will be displayed.

2. Turn

TUNE

to a station and select it by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Switch between automatic and manual radio station searching in the station list by press-

ing

INFO

on the center console.

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List of radio stations

The radio automatically compiles a list of the strongest stations that it is currently receiving.

This enables you to listen to a station in an area where you are not familiar with the stations or their frequencies.

The automatic station search utilizes the

compiled list of stations.

NOTE

This list will only display the frequencies of the stations currently being received,

not

a complete list of all radio frequencies on the currently selected waveband.

Manual radio station search

The radio automatically compiles a list of radio stations but it is also possible to search for stations manually.

If manual searching is set, these searches can be made from the normal view and in a list of radio frequencies.

Searching for stations from normal view

1. In FM mode,

press

the arrow keys

/

briefly

in the center console or the steering wheel keypad.

> The radio will switch to the previous/ next

stored

station.

2. In FM mode,

press and hold

the arrow keys / in the center console or the steering wheel keypad.

> The radio will switch to the previous/ next

available

station.

Searching for stations in a list of frequencies

1. In FM mode, turn

TUNE

:

FM tuning

will be displayed.

2. Turn

TUNE

to a frequency and select it by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Toggle between manual and automatic station searches in the list of frequencies by

pressing the

INFO

button in the center console.

Preset radio stations

Radio stations that you listen to frequently can be stored as presets and can be tuned by pressing the appropriate number key on the center console.

Preset (number) keys

AM/FM radio

Ten preset stations can be stored for each waveband (

AM

/

FM

, etc.)

Stored preset stations are selected using the number keys on the center console.

1. Tune to a station, see Radio station search (p. 36).

2. Press and hold one of the number keys to store the station on that key.

A list of preset stations can be displayed.

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– In AM/FM's normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Show Presets

to activate (or deactivate) this function.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

HD Radio

reception (U.S. models only)

HD radio is a brand name registered by the

Ibiquity digital corporation

3

. They are the developer of a broadcasting technology called IBOC or In Band On Channel, which refers to the method of transmitting a digital radio broadcast signal centered on the same frequency as the AM or FM station's present frequency.

Introduction

Display when the radio is receiving an HD Radio broadcast

NOTE

HD radio volume may fade in and out at times due to coverage limitations.

HD radio is a brand name registered by the

Ibiquity digital corporation

4

. They are the developer of a broadcasting technology called IBOC or In Band On Channel, which refers to the method of transmitting a digital radio broadcast signal centered on the same frequency as the AM or FM station's present frequency.

The IBOC system is referred to as a "hybrid" since it is both analogue and digital. During hybrid operation, receivers still continue to receive the analogue (non-digital) signal. HD radio receivers incorporate both modes of reception, where the receiver will automatically switch to the analogue signal if the digital signal cannot be decoded or is lost by the receiver.

When you have tuned to an HD Radio station, the symbol will appear in the infotainment system display. The symbol will be displayed in different colors:

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HD Radio (TM) technology is manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corp. U.S. and Foreign Patents. HD Radio(TM) and the HD and HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp.

HD Radio (TM) technology is manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corp. U.S. and Foreign Patents. HD Radio(TM) and the HD and HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corp.

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Grayed-out symbol

: HD Radio is in standby mode

White symbol

: the radio is actively receiving an HD broadcast

Orange symbol

: the radio is receiving an

HD broadcast with digital sound

More information about HD radio and IBOC can be found on Ibiquity's website, www.hdradio.com and www.ibiquity.com.

Benefits of digital broadcasting

Better sound (FM sounds near CD quality and AM as analogue FM).

Some FM frequencies offer a greater number of listening choices through “multicasting” (consisting of a frequency's main channel and any sub-channels that may also be available on that particular frequency. See also the section "Subchannels" below).

When receiving a digital signal there is no multipath disturbance or hisses/pops/ crackling due to outside influences.

How HD broadcasting works

HD Radio works similarly to conventional radio and broadcasts of this type are available in many areas of the United States. However, there are a few key differences:

Instead of transmitting one analogue signal, stations send out a bundled signal – both analogue and digital.

An HD radio receiver can receive both digital and analogue broadcasts.

Depending on the terrain and location of the vehicle (which will influence the signal strength), the receiver will determine which signal to receive.

Benefits of digital broadcasting

Better sound (FM sounds near CD quality and AM as analogue FM).

Some FM frequencies offer a greater number of listening choices through “multicasting” (consisting of a frequency's main channel and any sub-channels that may also be available on that particular frequency. See also the section "Subchannels" below).

When receiving a digital signal there is no multipath disturbance or hisses/pops/ crackling due to outside influences.

How HD broadcasting works

HD Radio works similarly to conventional radio and broadcasts of this type are available in many areas of the United States. However, there are a few key differences:

Instead of transmitting one analogue signal, stations send out a bundled signal – both analogue and digital.

An HD radio receiver can receive both digital and analogue broadcasts.

Depending on the terrain and location of the vehicle (which will influence the signal strength), the receiver will determine which signal to receive.

Related information

HD Radio

- sub-channels (p. 40)

HD Radio

- limitations (p. 41)

HD Radio

- switching on and off

(p. 40)

Radio (p. 35)

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HD Radio

- switching on and off

The factory setting for HD radio is

off

.

Switching HD on or off

If HD radio is switched on when driving through areas with weak HD signals (fringe areas), you may experience that the radio repeatedly switches between analogue/digital and digital/analogue reception. If this happens, it may be desirable to switch HD off.

To do so:

1. Be sure the infotainment system is switched on and in one of the AM or FM modes.

2. Press

OK/MENU

in the center console control panel.

3. Turn

TUNE

and move the marker to

HD

Radio

.

4. Press

OK/MENU

to turn HD off (the X will disappear from the box on the display screen).

This will disable the radio's capability to receive digital broadcasts but it will continue to function as a conventional (analogue)

AM/FM receiver. Please note that when HD is switched off, it will not be possible to tune to sub-channels (see the following section for a more detailed explanation of sub-channels).

Repeat steps 2-4 above to reactivate HD (an

X will appear in the box on the display screen). Please note that this will only switch

HD on or off for the selected waveband (AM,

FM1, etc.).

Related information

HD Radio

™ reception (U.S. models only)

(p. 38)

Radio station search (p. 36)

HD Radio

- sub-channels

In many cases, a main HD Radio station (FM wavebands only) will also have sub-channels offering additional types of programming or music.

Sub-channels

Example of an HD Radio station with sub-channels

If any sub-channels are available, the “-” symbol will be displayed to the left of the frequency number and a number will be displayed to the right of the frequency number indicating that the currently tuned frequency has at least one sub-channel.

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Selecting sub-channels

To listen to a station's sub-channel(s), press and hold the right arrow key on the center console or on the steering wheel keypad for approximately 1 second. To go back to the main channel, press and hold the left arrow key on the center console or on the steering wheel keypad for approximately 1 second. To go to subchannel 2 (if available), press and hold the right arrow key on the center console or on the steering wheel keypad for approximately 1 second.

If you are currently tuned to a frequency's main channel, pressing and holding the left arrow key for approximately 1 second will tune to the next lower radio frequency.

NOTE

When the radio has gone into HD mode, it may take several seconds before the ">" symbol (if the current frequency has any sub-channels) is displayed to the left of the frequency.

Pressing and holding the arrow keys for approximately 1 second before the main-/sub-channel icon is displayed will cause the radio to tune to the next available radio station, not to the current station's sub-channels.

When you are no longer in broadcasting range of the currently tuned

subchannel

,

No reception

will be displayed. The radio will then be muted and it will be necessary to tune to or search for a new radio station.

Sub-channels can also be stored as presets,

see Preset radio stations (p. 37).

If you press a sub-channel's preset button, it may take up to

6 seconds

before the channel becomes audible. If you press this button while you are out of digital range of the transmitter,

No reception

will be displayed.

HD Radio

- limitations

Certain factors may limit HD radio reception.

Limitations

Main channel vs. sub-channels (FM only)

: The main channel is the only channel that can receive in hybrid mode (both digital and analogue). If a frequency has sub-channels, they are broadcast in digital mode only. The main FM channel will be displayed as, for example, 93.9 WNYC

(Volvo uses the symbol ">" to indicate there are sub-channels available) The sub-FM channels will be displayed as

93.9 – 2 WNYC, 93.9 - 3 WNYC, etc.

Reception coverage area

: Due to current IBOC transmitter power limitations, the reception coverage area in digital mode is somewhat more limited than the station's analogue coverage area. Please be aware that as with any radio broadcast technology, terrain, time of day, foliage level and building location can have positive or negative effects on radio reception.

Analogue to digital/digital to analogue blending

: Analogue to digital blending will occur as the signal strength reaches a preset threshold in the receiver. This will be noticeable in fringe areas (areas with weak reception) and is normal.

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NOTE

There may be a noticeable difference in sound quality when a change from analogue to digital or digital to analogue occurs, such as:

Volume increase or decrease

Equalizer settings, i.e., Bass/ Midrange/Treble cut or boost

Time alignment (Digital program material in extreme cases can be as much as 8 seconds behind the analogue).

This will noticeable as a "stuttering" effect.

The above items are dependant on the broadcaster's equipment settings and do not indicate a fault in the vehicle's radio receiver or antenna systems

.

Related information

HD Radio

™ reception (U.S. models only)

(p. 38)

SiriusXM

satellite radio*

The SiriusXM

satellite system consists of a number of high elevation satellites in geosynchronous orbit.

Listening to satellite radio

The digital signals from the satellites are lineof-sight, which means that physical obstructions such as bridges, tunnels, etc, may temporarily interfere with signal reception.

Avoid any obstructions, such as metallic objects transported on roof racks or in a ski box, or other antennas that may impede signals from the SiriusXM

satellites.

Selecting SiriusXM

radio mode

1. With the infotainment system switched on, press

RADIO

.

2. Turn

TUNE

or the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad to scroll to

Sirius

and press

OK/MENU

or the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad.

Activating SiriusXM

radio

1. Tune to a satellite channel that has no audio, which means that the channel is unsubscribed and the text

Subscription update needed

is displayed (see also

"Selecting a channel").

2. Call SiriusXM

at 1-888-539-7474.

3. If you tune to an unsubscribed channel, the SiriusXM

ID will be displayed (see

"SiriusXM

ID" below for an alternative method of displaying the ID).

4.

Updating subscription

will be displayed while the subscription is being updated, after which the display will return to the normal view.

Traffic information

This feature interrupts regular programming to provide you with information about traffic jams, accidents, etc.

To activate:

1. With Sirius activated, press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to display the Sirius menu.

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2. Scroll to

Traffic announcement

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to open a list where you can switch this feature on or off, or select an area from which you would like to receive traffic information.

> If you have activated the function, a curved arrow symbol will appear under the Sirius symbol on the left side of the screen - see the following illustration.

You will then receive traffic information

from the traffic channel

in the area that you have selected (i.e., the radio will switch from the current channel to the traffic channel), regardless of which mode (

RADIO

,

MEDIA

, etc.) that you are currently using.

3. Press

EXIT

to leave this list.

If the current radio programming is interrupted by a traffic announcement:

Press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console. The pop-up window on the screen will close but the traffic announcement will continue.

Press

EXIT

to close the pop-up window and reject the traffic announcement. The radio will return to the previous radio broadcast.

Traffic channel toggling

If the radio program that you are listening to is interrupted too often by traffic information, do as follows:

1. Save the channel that you are currently listening to (or the channels that you fre-

quently listen to) as a preset (p. 45).

2. Activate the traffic function if you have not already done so (see the information above)

3. The first time your current channel is interrupted by traffic information, accept by pressing the thumb wheel or

OK/MENU

.

> The radio will switch automatically to the traffic channel in the area that you have selected.

4. Save the traffic channel as a preset.

5. Toggle at any time between the channels

("your" channel and the traffic channel) using the keys used to store the presets on the center console.

SiriusXM

ID

The SiriusXM

ID (sometimes referred to as the Electronic Serial Number or ESN) is required when contacting the SiriusXM

Call

Center. It is used to activate your account and when making any account transactions.

To display the ID

1. With Sirius activated, press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to display the Sirius menu.

2. Scroll to

Sirius ID

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console.

Sirius menus

From the main Sirius screen, press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to open the

Sirius menu screen. The following alternatives are available:

Browse categories

See SiriusXM

satellite radio* - selecting categories/channels(p. 45).

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Show

Scroll to

Show

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to open a drop-down menu offering the following selections:

Radio text

: this displays information describing the channel that you are currently listening to.

Presets

: this displays a list of preset channels and the numbers of the keys on the center console under which they have been stored. Press the respective keys to tune to the stored channels.

None

: No text will be displayed.

Scroll to your choice, press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to select.

NOTE

Pressing the

FAV

button on the center console enables you to toggle between the selections above (see also the section

FAV key functions

for details.)

Channel list information

Scroll to

Channel list information

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to open a drop-down menu offering the following selections:

Channel name

: the channel list will display the name of the current channel.

Artist

: the channel list will display the name of the artist that you are currently listening to.

Title

: the channel list will display the name of the track that you are currently listening to.

Scroll to your choice, press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to select.

The information that you have selected will also be displayed on the screen.

NOTE

Pressing the

INFO

button on the center console while the channel list is displayed enables you to toggle between the selections above.

Sirius ID

See the section "SiriusXM

ID" above for detailed information.

FAV key options

Scroll to

FAV key options

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to open a pop-up menu offering the selections:

Toggle radio text or Presets

: press FAV to toggle between radio text and a list of preset channels.

No function

Scroll to your choice, press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to select and press

EXIT.

Related information

SiriusXM

satellite radio* - selecting categories/channels (p. 45)

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SiriusXM

satellite radio* - selecting categories/channels

Channel categories are lists of stations offering similar types of programming.

Selecting a channel category

To select a channel category:

1. From the main Sirius screen, press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to display the Sirius menu.

2. If necessary, scroll to

Browse categories

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/

MENU

on the center console.

3. Scroll to the category of your choice and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console.

> The channels in the selected category are displayed.

Selecting a channel

From the selected category:

1. Turn the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

TUNE

on the center console to scroll through the category to the channel of your choice.

2. Press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to select and listen to the channel.

Channel presets

Sirius channels can be stored as presets on the number keys on the center console for easy access. This can be done in two ways:

Method 1: Tune to a channel

1. Tune to a channel as described in the previous sections.

2. Press and hold a number key for several seconds to store the channel.

> When listening to Sirius satellite radio, pressing the selected number key will tune to the channel stored as a preset on that key.

Method 2: Directly from the channel list

1. Turn the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

TUNE

on the center console to scroll through the category to the channel of your choice.

2. Press and hold a number key for several seconds to store the channel.

If

Toggle radio text or presets

has been selected in the

FAV

key options, press

FAV

on the center console to display the favorites list. This will show the channels that have been stored on the various number keys.

Direct channel entry

The SiriusXM

satellite channels are in numerical order throughout all of the categories. To access a channel directly:

1. Turn the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

TUNE

to access the channel list.

2. Use the keypad buttons to enter the channel's number (or scroll to the channel).

3. Press

OK/MENU

. The radio will tune to this channel, even if it belongs to a category other than the currently selected one.

Related information

SiriusXM

satellite radio* (p. 42)

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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SiriusXM

satellite radio* - weather

Sirius Weather is a feature that provides information about the weather forecast in the area of your choice, along your current route, at a ski resort, etc.

This feature is only available in vehicles equipped with the optional Volvo navigation system.

Using Sirius weather

If your subscription has not been activated, you will be prompted on-screen to call Sirius,

see also SiriusXM

satellite radio* (p. 42).

Weather forecast information

Weather forecasts can be selected for various periods of time or for a ski area. Scroll to

Forecast

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console. The following choices are available:

Current

Today

5-day

Ski info

Scroll to your choice and and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to confirm.

Radio mode's main screen

To open this feature, turn the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

TUNE

on the center console to scroll to

Sirius weather

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console. If this feature has been used before, it will open using your previously chosen settings (e.g., forecast location, today, etc.).

NOTE

If the ignition has been switched off for more than one hour, it may take several minutes to load weather forecast information when the ignition is switched on again, depending on the strength of the signal from the satellite in the vehicle's current location.

If no weather data is available for the chosen location,

No weather data available

will be displayed.

If

Device error

is displayed, weather information is not available and the menu will be grayed out. Contact a trained and qualified Volvo service technician for assistance.

Selecting a location or area

From the main Sirius weather screen, scroll to

Select area

and press

OK/MENU

or from any normal Sirius weather screen view, press

OK/MENU

to open a menu where you can select an area. The following alternatives will be displayed:

Current location

Near destination

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Select on map

Search winter sport area

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Scroll to the alternative of your choice and press

OK/MENU

.

Map view

Selecting this alternative opens a map showing your route. Turn the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

TUNE

on the center console to zoom in or out. See the separate navigation system manual for detailed information about selecting locations on the map.

With the map displayed on the screen, press the thumb wheel or

OK/MENU

to open an additional menu displaying:

Storm information

Show on map

Legend

Time stamp

Pressing

OK/MENU

from any of the selections above opens sub-menus with various alternatives.

NOTE

In order to obtain storm information, move

the cursor (see Internet map – scroll menu

(p. 95)) to a point on the map where a

Storm

icon is displayed and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console. See also the information about weather icons in the menu selection

Legend.

Select winter sport area 6

Press

OK/MENU

to open a list of ski areas.

Scroll to the area of your choice and press

OK/MENU

. Scroll to an area and press

OK/

MENU

again to open a menu of more local ski areas.

Presets

When a location and type of forecast have been selected, this information can be stored as a preset. Up to 10 presets can be stored.

Scroll to

Save as preset

and press

OK/

MENU

to add the location to the list.

If the preset list is full and you would like to add a new one, you will be prompted to removed one of the existing presets before the new one can be added.

Favorites

The

* FAV

button can be used to create a shortcut. To do so from the Sirius weather normal view:

Location of the FAV button

1. Scroll to

FAV key options

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console.

2. Scroll to:

No function

,

Toggle forecast

or

Toggle presets

and press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or

OK/MENU

on the center console to select.

3. Press

EXIT

to leave the menu.

If you have chosen

Toggle forecast

, pressing the

* FAV

button repeatedly will change the weather forecast displayed.

If you have chosen

Toggle presets

pressing the

* FAV

button repeatedly will display any preset areas that have been stored.

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Radio text

Some FM or SiriusXM

satellite radio* stations transmit information about program content, artists, etc., which can be shown on the display.

– To display this information, in FM/

SiriusXM

normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Show

to activate

(or deactivate) this function.

Media Player

The media player can play audio and video

files from CDs/DVDs and external devices

connected to the AUX/USB sockets. Audio

files can also be streamed from Bluetooth

®

enabled devices. Certain media players can

-

also communicate with cell phones via

Bluetooth

®

.

Connecting to the Internet may also make it

possible to listen to web radio, audio books

and to use music services, see Applications

(p. 77).

Gracenote MusicID

®

Gracenote MusicID

®

is the industry standard for music recognition. This technology is used to identify and provide cover art and music information for CDs, digital music files on media players and Internet music services.

Related information

Infotainment (p. 25)

Cell phone voice control (p. 71)

Media player – compatible file formats

(p. 53)

Media player controls

For more information about listening to music

and navigating in the menus, see Infotainment - operating the system (p. 27).

Certain functions can be stored in the

FAV

button. A stored function can then be started easily by pressing

FAV

, see Favorites (p. 32).

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CD/DVD

The media player can play commercially pur-

chased discs as well as ones that you have burned yourself.

The media player supports and can play the following types of discs and files:

Purchased CDs/DVDs (CD/DVD Audio).

Purchased DVDs (DVD Video).

Home-burned CDs/DVDs containing audio files.

For more information about compatible file

formats, see Media player – compatible file formats (p. 53).

In order to play, a disc may not contain more than 5,000 files (including playlists).

NOTE

The media player may not be able to read all copyrighted or home-burned audio files.

The

FAV

button can be used to store frequently used functions. The stored function can then be started by pressing

FAV

, see

Favorites (p. 32).

Playing an audio CD/DVD and navigating menus

From the disc´s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and turn

TUNE

to display the disc's menu structure. Navigate through this structure by turning

TUNE

.

Play a track by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Playing an home-burned CD/DVD and navigating menus

If a disc with audio/video files is inserted, its folder structure will be read by the system. It may take several seconds until the disc begins playing, depending on its quality and the amount of information it contains.

From the disc´s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and turn

TUNE

to access the disc's folder structure or to search among categories. Navigate in this structure by turning

TUNE

and select a folder by pressing

OK/

MENU

. Leave the structure by pressing

EXIT

.

Play a file by pressing

OK/MENU

.

When the file is finished, the next one will begin playing. When all of the files in a folder have been played, the media player will automatically select another folder.

Playing a DVD video and navigating menus

For information about playing video DVDs,

see Playing and navigating in DVDs (p. 51).

Media searches

Searches can be performed on all of your devices (USB, CD, etc.). For more information

about the search functions.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Fast forward/reverse (p. 50)

Shuffle (p. 50)

Audio CD/DVD menus (p. 82)

Video DVD menus (p. 82)

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Fast forward/reverse

The fast forward/reverse feature can be used for audio/video files

7

.

Press and hold the forward or reverse.

/ buttons to fast

This is done at one speed for audio files but several speeds can be chosen for video files.

Press the / buttons repeatedly to increase the speed; release to return to normal viewing speed.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Shuffle

This function plays the tracks/audio files in random order (shuffle).

8

.

To listen to tracks in random order for the selected source:

1. In the selected source's normal view, press

OK/MENU

.

2. Turn

TUNE

to

Shuffle

.

3. Press

OK/MENU

to activate or deactivate the function.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Media Bluetooth

®

(p. 56)

Media Search

You can search for music in your connected

devices. The search includes USB and discs.

To start a search, press

OK/MENU

from the source’s normal view and select

Media search

.

Search functions

Search using the text wheel

Character list

Switch between character entry modes

(see the following table)

The text wheel can be used to enter text. To use it:

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®

only.

Not video DVDs. For external devices, shuffle is available for USB and iPod

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1. Turn

TUNE

to the desired letter and press

OK/MENU

to confirm. The number/letter keys on the center console can also be used.

To switch from letter entry mode to the entry mode for numbers or special characters, or to go to the list of results, turn

TUNE

to one of the selections (see the explanation in the following table) in the list for switching character entry mode (2) and press

OK/MENU

.

2. Continue entering the remaining characters in the same way.

3. When you have finished entering the search criteria, select

Search

.

> The search will be conducted. The results will be displayed and grouped in the following categories: artist, album track, year and composer.

4. Turn

TUNE

to a category and press

OK/

MENU

.

5. Turn

TUNE

to select a device and press

OK/MENU

to begin playback.

123

/

AB

C

MORE

Toggle between letters and numbers by pressing

MENU

.

OK/

Switch to special characters by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Search

|

|

}

Start the media search.

Switch from the text wheel to the

Keyword:

field. Move the cursor by turning

TUNE

. Erase any characters by pressing

EXIT

. Press

OK/MENU

to return to the text wheel.

Please note that the letter/ number keys on the center console can be used to make changes in the

Keyword:

field.

Press

EXIT

briefly to erase a single character.

Press and hold

EXIT

to erase all of the characters that have been entered.

If a number key on the center console is pressed while the text wheel is displayed (see the previous illustration), a list of characters will be displayed. Press repeatedly on the key to access the desired letter. Continue with the next letter, etc. When a key has been pressed, this will be confirmed when the next key is pressed.

Playing and navigating in DVDs

While a video DVD is playing, a disc menu may appear on the screen that enables you to make additional settings such as selecting subtitles, language and choice of scenes.

For basic information about playback and

navigating in menus, see Infotainment - operating the system (p. 27).

NOTE

Videos can only be played when the vehicle is stationary or moving at a speed under 4 mph (6 km/h). When the vehicle reaches a speed of approx. 5 mph

(8 km/h), the video will no longer be shown and

Video unavailable at this speed

playing when the vehicle's speed goes below 4 mph (6 km/h).

will be displayed. However, the film's audio can still be heard. The video will resume

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Navigating in a DVD's menus

Buttons in the center console control panel, shown in the illustration, are used to navigate in a DVD's menus.

Changing chapters or title

Turn

TUNE

to access the list of chapters and navigate in this list (the film will pause if it is currently playing). Press

OK/MENU

to choose a chapter and return to the normal view in the display (if a film was playing, it will resume). Press

EXIT

to access the list of titles.

In the list of titles, turn

TUNE

to make a selection and press

OK/MENU

to confirm.

This also returns you to the list of chapters.

Press

OK/MENU

to confirm and return to the normal view (if a film was playing, it will resume). Press

EXIT

to cancel and return to the normal view (without having made a selection).

It is also possible to change chapters by pressing / on the center console control panel or on the steering wheel keypad.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Camera angle while playing DVD videos

(p. 52)

Fast forward/reverse (p. 50)

Shuffle (p. 50)

Media player – compatible file formats

(p. 53)

Camera angle while playing DVD videos

If supported by the DVD, this function makes it possible to select the camera angle from which a certain scene is viewed.

From the disc’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and selcet

Advanced settings

Angles

.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Playing and navigating in DVDs (p. 51)

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Screen settings

Certain screen settings, such as brightness and contrast, can be adjusted (while the vehicle is not moving).

1. In play mode, press

OK/MENU

and select

Image settings

. Confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

2. Turn

TUNE

to scroll to the desired setting and press

OK/MENU

.

3. Adjust the setting by turning

TUNE

and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Press

OK/MENU

or

EXIT

to return to the list of settings.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment (p. 25)

Media player – compatible file formats

The media player supports a number of different types of files that are listed in the following tables.

Compatible CD/DVD formats

NOTE

Dual format (double-sided discs) such as

DVD Plus or CD-DVD are thicker than normal discs and may not play in your infotainment system.

If a disc containing both CDDA and MP3 tracks is played, all MP3 tracks will be ignored.

Audio formats CD-Audio, mp3, wma, aac, m4a

Video formats DVD-Video

Compatible USB formats

The audio and video files in the following table are supported by the system for playback through the USB socket.

Audio format mp3, mp4, wma, aac, m4a, m4b

Video format –

MP3 audio specifications

Format kHz kbps

MPEG-1/Audio

MPEG-2/Audio

MPEG-2.5/Audio

32

44.1

48

16

22.05

24

8

11.025

12

32–320 A

32–320

A

32–320

A

8–160

8–160

8–160

8-64

8-64

8-64

A Not 144 kbps.

WMA audio specifications

In order to play, a file must meet the following criteria:

WMA version 8.x, 9.x, 10.x, Pro

AAC audio specifications

In order to play, a file must meet the following criteria:

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Audio format MPEG-2 and

MPEG-4

8–96 kHz Audio sampling rate

Channels (ch) 1ch and 2ch

WAV audio specifications

In order to play, a file must meet the following criteria:

Audio sampling rate

Channels (ch)

Audio bit rate

Up to 44.1 kHz

1ch and 2ch

16 kbps for 1ch

The .wav format also supports the PCM format.

Related information

Playing and navigating in DVDs (p. 51)

External audio sources via the

AUX/USB sockets

External audio sources such as an iPod

mp3 player can be connected to the infotain-

ment system.

®

or an

A device with rechargeable batteries can be recharged when it is connected to the USB socket (if the ignition is on or the engine is running).

The

FAV

button can be used to store frequently used functions. The stored function can then be started by pressing

FAV

, see

Favorites (p. 32).

Listening and navigating menus

An audio source connected to the USB socket can be operated using the infotainment controls. This is not the case for a device connected via the AUX socket.

From the source’s normal view, turn

TUNE

to access the folder structure or to search among categories. Navigate in this structure by turning

TUNE

and select a folder by pressing

OK/MENU

. Leave the structure by pressing

EXIT

.

Play a file by pressing

OK/MENU

.

When the file is finished, the next one will begin playing. When all of the files in a folder have been played, another folder will automatically be selected.

Media searches

Searches can be performed on all of your devices (USB, CD, etc.). For more information

about the search functions, see Media Search

(p. 50).

USB flash drive

To simplify the use of a USB flash drive, it is advisable to only store music files on it. It will take considerably longer for the system to index the files on the drive if it contains anything other than compatible music files.

NOTE

The system supports removable media that uses the USB 2.0 standard and the

FAT32 file system.

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NOTE

When using a longer type of USB device, connecting it with a USB adapter cable will help reduce mechanical wear on the USB socket and on the device.

Technical specifications

Max. number of files

Max. number of folders

Max. number of folder levels

Max. number of playlists

Max. number of tracks in a playlist

Subfolders

15,000

1,000

8

100

1,000

No limit

Mp3 player

Many MP3 players have a file indexing system that is not supported by the vehicle's infotainment system. In order to use an MP3 player, the system must be set to

USB

Removable device/Mass Storage Device

.

iPod

®

NOTE

The system will only play audio files from an iPod

®

.

NOTE

To start playback, the source should be set to iPod

®

(not USB).

When iPod

®

is used as a sound source, the infotainment system has a menu structure similar to the one in the iPod

®

.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Media player – compatible file formats

(p. 53)

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Connecting an external audio source via the AUX/USB sockets

External audio sources such as an iPod

®

or mp3 player can be connected to the infotainment system via the AUX and USB sockets in the center console storage compartment (see the illustration).

AUX/USB sockets

To connect an audio source:

1. Connect your device to one of the sockets.

2. From the media’s normal view, press

MEDIA

, turn

TUNE

to the desired audio source, e.g.,

USB

,

iPod

or

AUX

and press

OK/MENU

.

Reading USB

will appear in the center console display as the system reads the device's file structure. The amount of time required for

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NOTE

The system supports a number of iPod

®

models produced in 2005 or later.

In order to help avoid damage to the

USB socket, it will be switched off if there is a short circuit or if the connected device uses too much current

(which can happen if the device does not comply with the USB standard).

The USB socket will reactivate the next time the ignition is switched on if the problem no longer exists. If the problem persists, contact a trained and authorized Volvo service technician.

External audio source volume

Set the volume for an external audio device. If

the external sound source's volume is too low or high, the quality of the sound may be impaired.

If an external device such as an MP3 player or an iPod

®

is connected to the

AUX

socket, the device's volume may be different than the volume of the infotainment system's internal sound sources such as the radio. To help prevent this, adjust the input volume of the external audio source. To do so: From the

AUX’s normal view, press

OK/MENU

. Select

AUX input

and select

Standard

or

Boost

.

NOTE

Sound quality may be affected if the MP3 player is being charged while the system is in AUX mode. To help prevent this, avoid charging the MP3 player in a 12-volt socket while it is being played.

Related information

Infotainment - advanced audio settings

(p. 34)

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Media Bluetooth

®

The media player is equipped with Bluetooth for streaming audio files from external

Bluetooth

®

-enabled devices such as cell phones, tablets, etc.

®

The device must be paired with and connect to the infotainment system.

For more information about listening to music

and navigating in the menus, see Infotainment - operating the system (p. 27). The fol-

lowing provides detailed information.

Certain functions can be stored in the

FAV

button. A stored function can then be started easily by pressing

FAV

, see Favorites (p. 32).

Playback and navigation

Playback and navigation are controlled using the buttons in the center console or the steering wheel keypad. It is also possible to change tracks from certain external devices.

When a cell phone is connected to the infotainment system, it is also possible to remote-control some of the phone's features,

see Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62).

Toggle between

TEL

and

MEDIA

modes to control the various devices' functions.

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NOTE

Bluetooth

®

devices must support

Audio/Video Remote Control Profile

(AVRCP) and Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP). The phone must use AVRCP version 1.3 and A2DP 1.2.

If older versions of these standards are used, certain features may not function properly.

Not all cell phones or other devices are fully compatible with the Bluetooth

® function in the vehicle's media player.

A list of compatible phones and other devices is available at you Volvo retailer.

The media player can only play audio files via Bluetooth

®

.

Related information

Shuffle (p. 50)

Connecting and disconnect a

Bluetooth

®

device

Sensus infotainment offers Bluetooth

®

, which makes it possible to establish wireless connections with other Bluetooth

®

devices after

they have been paired and connected.

Up to 15 Bluetooth

®

devices can be paired and this procedure only needs to be done once for each device. After pairing has been completed, the device no longer needs to be visible or discoverable; its Bluetooth only needs to be activated.

®

feature

When Bluetooth

®

is active and the most recently connected device is within range, it will be connected automatically when the ignition is switched on. The device's name will be displayed in the sound source's normal view. To connect a different device, press

OK/MENU

and select Change device.

When the Bluetooth

®

device is out of range of the vehicle, it will be automatically disconnected. To manually disconnect the device, switch off its Bluetooth function.

To unpair a Bluetooth

Bluetooth

®

®

device, see Deleting a

device (p. 62). When this has

been done, the infotainment system will no longer automatically search for the device.

Two Bluetooth

®

devices can be connected at the same time, for example a cell phone and a media player , which makes it possi-

ble to switch between these devices.

Example: a cell phone is connected as a phone and as a media player

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

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Connecting a Bluetooth

®

device

Two Bluetooth

®

devices (a cell phone and a media player) can be connected at the same time and you can toggle between them. It is also possible to make a phone call and stream audio files at the same time, and a cell phone

can be used to connect the vehicle to the

Internet .

Up to 15 Bluetooth

®

devices can be paired to the infotainment system and the pairing procedure only needs to be done once for each device. After pairing has been completed, the device no longer needs to be visible or discoverable; its Bluetooth to be activated.

®

feature only needs

NOTE

If your cell phone's operating system is updated, this may break the connection between the phone and the vehicle. If this happens, delete the phone from the list of

paired phones (Deleting a Bluetooth

® device (p. 62)) and repeat the pairing

procedure described in this article.

The procedure for connecting an external device varies, depending on whether the device has been paired previously.

Both of the following connection methods assume that the device has not yet been paired to the system.

The examples are based on pairing a cell phone

but pairing another device is done in the same way. However, it is done from

MEDIA

mode (press the

MEDIA

button on the center console to enter this mode).

There are two ways of pairing a device:

By searching for the external device using the infotainment system's menus.

By searching for the vehicle (infotainment system) using the external device’s

Bluetooth

®

function.

If you are not already in telephone mode, press the

TEL

button on the center console.

An example of telephone mode's normal view

Method 1: search for the external device using the infotainment system's menus

1. Make the external device discoverable/ visible using its Bluetooth

®

function. Refer to the device's user's guide if necessary or go to www.volvocars.com.

2. From the telephone's normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Search new phone

(for media players,

Search new device

).

> The infotainment system will now search for Bluetooth devices that are in range, which may take up to

1 minute.

®

3. Select a Bluetooth ®

device from the list and press

OK/MENU

.

4. Be sure that the code displayed in the device is the same as the one shown on the infotainment screen. If so, accept the code in both places.

5. From the cell phone, accept or reject any choices regarding its phone book and messages.

> The external device is now paired to the infotainment system.

If this method has not succeeded, press

EXIT

and pair the device using method 2.

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Method 2: search for the vehicle using the external device’s Bluetooth

®

function

1. From the telephone's normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Make car discoverable

. Confirm by pressing

OK/

MENU

.

2. Search for Bluetooth ®

devices (i.e., the infotainment system) from the external device, which may take up to 1 minute.

3. Select the vehicle's name on the external device's screen.

4. Be sure that the code displayed in the device is the same as the one shown on the infotainment screen. If so, accept the code in both places.

5. From the cell phone, accept or reject any choices regarding its phone book and messages.

> The external device is now paired to the infotainment system.

When the external device has been paired and selected, its Bluetooth

®

name will appear on the infotainment system's screen and the device can be controlled from the vehicle.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Connecting and disconnect a Bluetooth

® device (p. 57)

Pairing a Bluetooth

®

device

Two Bluetooth

®

devices (a cell phone and a media player) can be connected at the same time and you can toggle between them. It is also possible to make a phone call and stream audio files at the same time, and a cell phone

can be used to connect the vehicle to the

Internet .

Up to 15 Bluetooth

®

devices can be paired to the infotainment system and the pairing procedure only needs to be done once for each device. After pairing has been completed, the device no longer needs to be visible or discoverable; its Bluetooth to be activated.

®

feature only needs

NOTE

If your cell phone's operating system is updated, this may break the connection between the phone and the vehicle. If this happens, delete the phone from the list of

paired phones (Deleting a Bluetooth

® device (p. 62)) and repeat the pairing

procedure described in this article.

The procedure for connecting an external device varies, depending on whether the device has been paired previously.

Both of the following connection methods assume that the device has not yet been paired to the system.

The examples are based on pairing a cell

phone. Connecting a media player is done in

the same way. However, it is done from

MEDIA

mode (press the

MEDIA

button on the center console to enter this mode).

There are two ways of pairing a device:

By searching for the external device using the infotainment system's menus.

By searching for the vehicle (infotainment system) using the external device’s

Bluetooth

®

function.

If you are not already in telephone mode, press the

TEL

button on the center console.

An example of telephone mode's normal view

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Method 1: search for the external device using the infotainment system's menus

1. Make the external device discoverable/ visible using its Bluetooth

®

function. Refer to the device's user's guide if necessary or go to www.volvocars.com.

2. From the telephone’s normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Search new phone

(for media players,

Search new device

).

> The infotainment system will now search for Bluetooth

1 minute.

®

devices that are in range, which may take up to

3. Select a Bluetooth ®

device from the list and press

OK/MENU

.

4. Be sure that the code displayed in the device is the same as the one shown on the infotainment screen. If so, accept the code in both places.

5. From the cell phone, accept or reject any choices regarding its phone book and messages.

> The external device is now paired to the infotainment system.

If this method has not succeeded, press

EXIT

and pair the device using method 2.

Method 2: search for the vehicle using the external device’s Bluetooth

®

function

1. From the telephone’s normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Make car discoverable

. Confirm by pressing

OK/

MENU

.

2. Search for Bluetooth ®

devices (i.e., the infotainment system) from the external device, which may take up to 1 minute.

3. Select the vehicle's name on the external device's screen.

4. Be sure that the code displayed in the device is the same as the one shown on the infotainment screen. If so, accept the code in both places.

5. From the cell phone, accept or reject any choices regarding its phone book and messages.

> The external device is now paired to the infotainment system.

When the external device has been paired and selected, its Bluetooth

®

name will appear on the infotainment system's screen and the device can be controlled from the vehicle.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Connecting and disconnect a Bluetooth

® device (p. 57)

Automatically connect a Bluetooth

®

device

When a Bluetooth

®

device has been paired to

the infotainment system, it will automatically be connected when the ignition is switched on.

When Bluetooth

®

is active and the most recently connected device is within range, it will be connected automatically. If this device is not within range, the system will attempt to connect another previously paired device.

To connect a different paired device, press

EXIT

, select to connect a new device or

switch to another Bluetooth device.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Connecting and disconnect a Bluetooth

® device (p. 57)

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Switching to another Bluetooth

®

device

If more than one device is connected at the same time, you can switch between these devices. Before this is possible, they must

first be paired with the infotainment system.

Switching media players

1. Be sure that the external device's

Bluetooth

®

function is activated. Refer to the devices's user's guide if necessary.

2. From the media Bluetooth

Change device

.

®

´s normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

> The infotainment system will search for previously connected devices. The

Bluetooth play.

®

names of the devices found will appear in the center console dis-

3. Select the desired device.

> The selected device will be connected.

Switching cell phones

1. Be sure that the external device's

Bluetooth

®

function is activated. Refer to the devices's user's guide if necessary.

2. From the telephone’s normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Change phone

.

> The infotainment system will search for previously connected phones. The

Bluetooth play.

®

names of the phones found will appear in the center console dis-

3. Select the desired device.

> The selected device will be connected.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Connecting and disconnect a Bluetooth

® device (p. 57)

Disconnecting a Bluetooth

®

device

When a Bluetooth

®

device is out of range, it is automatically disconnected.

If a cell phone is moved out of range during a call, the call will switch to the phone's speaker and microphone.

The hands-free function is deactivated when the ignition is switched off and the driver's door is opened.

To remove (unpair) a Bluetooth

Deleting a Bluetooth

the unpaired device.

®

®

device, see

device (p. 62). The

infotainment system will no longer search for

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Connecting and disconnect a Bluetooth

® device (p. 57)

Media Bluetooth

®

(p. 56)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

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Deleting a Bluetooth

®

device

Paired Bluetooth

®

devices can be deleted

(unpaired) from the infotainment system, which means that the system will no longer search for these devices.

Deleting a media player

From the media Bluetooth

®

’s normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Change device

Delete device

.

Deleting a cell phone

From the telephone’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and select

Change phone device

.

Delete

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Connecting and disconnect a Bluetooth

® device (p. 57)

Media Bluetooth

®

(p. 56)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system

A Bluetooth

®

-enabled cell phone or other device can be wirelessly connected to the infotainment system.

Overview of center console Bluetooth

®

controls

The device must first be paired and connected to the infotainment system.

A hands-free connection to the infotainment system makes it possible to remotely control many of a cell phone's functions. The phone's controls can also be used at any time, even it is connected to the infotainment system.

When a cell phone or other device is connected, audio can be streamed to the info-

tainment system, see Media Bluetooth

®

(p. 56). Toggle between the devices by press-

ing the

TEL

and

MEDIA

buttons to access the respective sources' functions.

NOTE

Not all cell phones are fully compatible with the hands-free system. A list of compatible phones is available at your Volvo retailer or at www.volvocars.us

Activating

Press

TEL

briefly to activate the most recently connected phone. If a phone is already connected, pressing

TEL

will display a shortcut menu listing commonly used phone functions. The symbol in the display indicates that a phone is connected.

Making a call

1. Ensure that the

symbol is visible at the top of the display and that the handsfree function is in telephone mode.

2. Dial the desired number or in normal view, turn

TUNE

clockwise to access the phone book or counter-clockwise to

access the call list. Scroll to the desired

contact/name.

3. Press

OK/MENU

to initiate the call.

End the call by pressing

EXIT

.

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The infotainment system will show the connected phone's messages.

If the connected cell phone receives a text message, the top of the display.

symbol will appear at the

1. Press

TEL

followed by

OK/MENU

to access the

Phone menu

.

2. Turn

TUNE

to

Messages

and press

OK/

MENU

.

3. Turn

TUNE

to scroll to the desired message and press

OK/MENU

.

> The message will be displayed.

4. Press

OK/MENU

to access the text message menu to e.g., let the system's textto-speech function read the message, call the message's sender or delete the message.

If

TEL

mode is already active, a pop-up menu with new messages will be displayed. By pressing

OK/MENU

, the selected message will be displayed and the text-to-speech function will read it. Cancel reading by pressing

EXIT

.

The pop-up-menu and the message can be turned off in

Phone menu notifications

.

Message

NOTE

In order to show the connected cell phone's messages on the infotainment system's display, the cell phone has to accept mirroring when it is connected.

Depending on the phone, the following will occur:

A pop-up window or notification will be displayed and accepted in the phone.

Accept mirroring in the settings for the phone's Bluetooth

®

connection to the infotainment system.

It may be necessary to disconnect and reconnect the phone from the infotainment for mirroring to take place.

Related information

Bluetooth

®

hands-free phones – audio settings (p. 64)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free menus (p. 85)

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Bluetooth

®

hands-free system – overview

The illustration provides an overview of the

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system.

System overview

Cell phone

Microphone

Steering wheel keypad

Center console controls

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Connecting and disconnect a Bluetooth

® device (p. 57)

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Call Management

These functions help to manage phone calls.

Incoming calls

– Press

OK/MENU

(or the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad) to answer a call, even if the infotainment system is in e.g.,

RADIO

or

MEDIA

mode.

Reject or end a call by pressing

EXIT

.

Call menu

From the telephone’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

while a call is in progress to access the following functions:

Mobile phone

– the call is transferred from the hand-free function to the cell phone. The connection will be broken on certain phones, which is normal. The hands-free will prompt you to reconnect.

Mute microphone

– Infotainment system sound is muted.

Dial number

– call a third party using the number keys while another call is in progress (the call in progress will be put on hold).

Call list

The call list is shared and updated with the hands-free function each time a phone is connected. From the telephone’s normal view, turn

TUNE

counter-clockwise to display this list.

From the telephone’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and select

Call list

to see the currently connected phone's call list.

NOTE

In order to display the connected cell phone's call list in the infotainment system, information sharing must be accepted in the phone when it is connected. Depending on the phone, the following will occur:

A pop-up window or notification is displayed and accepted in the phone.

Accept information sharing in the phone's settings for a Bluetooth

®

connection to the infotainment system.

In certain cases, the phone must be disconnected and reconnected to the infotainment system before information sharing is possible.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Cell phone voice control (p. 71)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free phones – audio settings (p. 64)

Phone book (p. 65)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free phones – audio settings

Volume settings can be made for phone calls, the infotainment system and for when the phone rings.

Phone call volume

Phone call volume can only be changed while a call is in progress. Use the steering wheel keypad or the

VOL

control on the center console.

Infotainment system volume

While no phone calls are in progress, the infotainment system's volume can be adjusted in the normal way using the steering wheel keypad or the

VOL

control on the center console.

If a sound source is active when a call is received, it will be muted automatically.

Ringing volume

This volume can be changed by pressing the

SOUND

button, turning

TUNE

to

Ringtone volume

and pressing

OK/MENU

. Set the volume by turning

TUNE

and save the setting by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Ringing tones

The cell phone's ringing tone will be used when a call is received.

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NOTE

In certain cases, the connected cell phone's ringing tone may not be switched off when one of the hands-free system's ringing tones is used.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

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Phone book

The list of contacts (phone book) displayed on the infotainment system's screen mirrors the phone book in the currently connected cell phone.

The symbol must be displayed at the top of the infotainment system's screen and the hands-free system must be in telephone mode before the phone book can be used.

For incoming calls, if the phone book contains information about the caller, it will be displayed on the screen.

NOTE

Mirroring (syncing contacts) must be activated when a cell phone is connected to the infotainment system before the phone book can be displayed on the center console screen. Depending on the type of phone, the following may happen:

A pop-up window or notification will be displayed and accepted in the phone.

Accept mirroring (activate "Sync contacts" or similar) in the phone's

Bluetooth

®

settings.

It may be necessary to disconnect and reconnect the phone from the infotainment for mirroring to take place.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

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Quick phonebook searches

From the telephone’s normal view, turn

TUNE

clockwise to display the list of contacts (phonebook).

Turn

TUNE

to scroll to a contact and press

OK/MENU

to make a call.

The primary phone number will be displayed below the contact's name. If there is a

symbol to the right of the contact's name, this indicates that there are other phone numbers stored for this contact. Press

OK/MENU

to display these numbers. Turn

TUNE

to select one of the other phone numbers and press

OK/MENU

to make a call.

Search the phone book by entering the beginning of the contact's name using the

center console keypad, see also Phone book

– character table for the center console keypad (p. 66).

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

Phone book – character table for the center console keypad

The following table shows the characters that can be accessed by pressing the respective keys on center console. Press once for the number on the key and continue pressing to reach the desired letter on the key.

Button Function

Space . , - ? @ : ; / ( ) 1

A B C Å Ä Æ À Ç 2

D E F È É 3

G H I Ì 4

J K L 5

M N O Ö Ø Ñ Ò 6

P Q R S ß 7

T U V Ü Ù 8

W X Y Z 9

Button Function

+ 0 p w

# *

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

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Searching for phone book contacts

The following is the procedure for searching

for contacts in you're your phone book

Search using the text wheel

Character list

Switch between character entry modes

(see the following table)

List of phone book contacts

To search for contacts in telephone´s normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Contacts

.

1. Turn

TUNE

to the desired letter and press

OK/MENU

to confirm. The number/letter keys on the center console can also be used.

2. Continue with the remaining characters in the contact's name. The search results will be listed in the phone book (3).

3. To switch from letter entry mode to the entry mode for numbers or special characters, or to go to the pone book, turn

TUNE

to one of the selections (see the explanation in the following table) in the list for switching character entry mode (2) and press

OK/MENU

.

123

/

ABC

MORE

=>

First name

Last name

/

Toggle between letters and numbers by pressing

OK/

MENU

.

Switch to special characters by pressing

OK/MENU

.

This leads to the phone book

(3). Turn

TUNE

to select a contact and press

OK/MENU

to display the contact's information.

Toggle between first-/last name sort order in the phone book.

Press

EXIT

briefly to erase a single character.

Press and hold

EXIT

to erase all of the characters that have been entered.

If a number key on the center console is pressed while the text wheel is displayed (see the previous illustration), a list of characters will be displayed. Press repeatedly on the key to access the desired letter. Continue with the next letter, etc. When a key has been pressed, this will be confirmed when the next key is pressed.

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Bluetooth

®

hands-free system (p. 62)

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Voice control - introduction

Voice control enables the driver to voice-activate certain functions in the infotainment system, a Bluetooth

®

-connected cell phone or in the optional navigation system.

NOTE

The information about phone commands in this section applies to a

Bluetooth

®

-connected cell phone

See Bluetooth

®

hands-free system

.

(p. 62) for more detailed information.

Volvo' optional navigation system has a separate user's guide containing that system's specific voice commands.

Voice control offers convenience and enables the driver to keep his/her hands on the steering wheel and concentrate on driving.

WARNING

As the driver, you have full responsibility for operating the vehicle safely and adhering to all applicable traffic regulations.

Input to the system is in dialog form: commands from the driver and a response from the system. The voice control system uses the same microphone as the Bluetooth

®

hands-free system, see Bluetooth

®

handsfree system – overview (p. 63) and system

responses come via the infotainment system's speakers.

Getting started

Right side steering wheel keypad

Voice control button

Press the button (1) to activate the system and initiate a command dialog. The most common commands will then be displayed on the center console screen.

While using the voice control system, keep the following in mind:

When giving commands, speak at your usual speed and in a normal tone of voice

after the tone

Avoid speaking while the system is responding. Commands cannot be processed during a response.

The vehicle's doors, windows and moonroof* should be closed when using the voice control system

Avoid background noises in the cabin when using the system

NOTE

If you are uncertain of the commands that you can use, saying

help

will prompt the system to provide a number of commands that can be used in a specific situation.

Commands can be cancelled by:

Saying

cancel

Pressing

EXIT

or any of the mode buttons (

Tel

,

MEDIA

, etc.).

Cell phones

Before any phone-related voice commands can be used, a Bluetooth

®

-enabled cell phone must be paired with and connected to the infotainment system. If a command is given and no phone is connected, the system

will inform you of this. See Connecting a

Bluetooth

®

device (p. 58) for information

about pairing and connecting a cell phone.

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Voice control language

The languages available for voice control can

be selected in the MY CAR menu system.

Sample list of languages

Voice control is not available in all languages.

The languages supported are marked by the

icon in the list of languages and may vary according to the country/area in which you live. Language changes are made in the MY

CAR menu system.

NOTE

Changing the language for voice controls also changes the language used in the entire infotainment system.

Related information

Voice control help functions (p. 69)

Voice control settings (p. 70)

Voice control help functions

These functions help you get started using

the voice control system (p. 68) and improve

the system's voice recognition.

Voice tutorial

: helps acquaint you with the system and the procedure for giving voice commands.

Voice training

: A function that helps the system improve its voice recognition

(learn to identify your voice and pronunciation). This also makes it possible to set a user profile.

Brief instruction

: A function that reads a brief instruction about how the system works.

NOTE

These instructions are only available when the vehicle is parked.

Tutorial

The tutorial can be started in the normal view for MY CAR, by press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings

Tutorial

.

Voice control settings

The tutorial is divided into 3 lessons that take a total of about 5 minutes to complete. By default, the system begins with the first lesson. To skip a lesson and go to the next one, press pressing

. Go to the previous lesson by

.

Leave the tutorial by pressing

EXIT

.

Speaker adaptation

The system will display a number of phrases for you to say. Adaptation can be started in the normal view for MY CAR, by press

OK/

MENU

and select

Settings settings

Voice control

Speaker adaptation

.

When this has been completed, remember to

select a

Trained user

profile under

User setting

.

Brief instruction

The system will read a brief instruction about

voice control. To start, press the voice control button on the steering wheel keypad and say

"

Brief instruction

".

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Voice control settings

There are a number of settings that can be

made for the voice control system (p. 68).

User settings

: A voice (user) profile can be set in the normal view for MY CAR, by press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings

Voice control settings User setting

.

The choices are:

Default

or

Trained user

.

Trained user

can only be selected

if voice training (p. 69) has been comple-

ted.

Synthetic voice speed

: The speed of the systems's dynamic (not prerecorded) text-to-speech voice can be changed in the normal view for MY CAR, by press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings Voice control settings Read out speed

.

Choose between

Fast

,

Medium

and

Slow

.

Voice control volume

: Volume can be adjusted by pressing the

SOUND

button and turning

TUNE

to

Voice control volume

and pressing

OK/MENU

. Adjust the volume by turning

TUNE

and save the new setting by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Voice control commands

Voice control enables the driver to voice-activate certain functions in the infotainment system, a Bluetooth

®

-connected cell phone or in the optional navigation system.

The driver initiates a voice command dialog

by pressing the voice control button on the

steering wheel keypad.

When a dialog has begun, the most common commands will be displayed on the center console screen.

Once you become familiar with the system, you can speed up the command dialogue by briefly pressing the voice control button to skip prompts from the system.

or

Commands can be given in several ways

For example, the command for searching for a track on a CD can be given as several short commands or as one command:

Media search

>

Track

: Say

Media search

, wait for the system's response and then say

Track

.

Say

Media search track

without pausing.

Related information

Voice control command shortcuts

(p. 71)

Cell phone voice control (p. 71)

Radio voice control (p. 72)

Multimedia voice control (p. 72)

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Voice control command shortcuts

The system provides lists of voice command shortcuts (p. 68).

Global commands for the infotainment system functions and cell phone can by found in the normal view for MY CAR, by press

OK/

MENU

and select

Settings Voice control settings Command list Global commands

,

Phone commands

,

Media commands

,

Radio commands

and

Navigation commands

*.

Help texts for each command explain if the command can be used in all media sources or is specific to one particular source.

Cell phone voice control

Voice commands (p. 68) can be used to con-

trol many of the most common functions in a

Bluetooth

®

-connected cell phone.

The following command dialogs are only examples; the system's responses may very according to the situation.

Dialing a number

The system understands the digits

0

(zero) to

9

(nine). These numbers can be spoken individually, in groups of several digits at a time, or the entire phone number can be given at once. Numbers above nine will not be recognized.

The following is an example of a voice command dialog for dialing a number.

1. The user begins by saying

Dial number

.

> The system's response is

Number please

.

2. Begin speaking the digits in the phone number individually

Six-eight-seven

, etc.

> If you pause, the system will repeat the most recently spoken group of digits.

3. Continue saying the remaining digits.

When you have given the entire number, conclude by saying

Ok

.

> The system will initiate the call.

The number can be changed by saying

Correction

(which will delete the last group of digits spoken) or

Delete

(which will erase the entire phone number). By saying

Repeat

, the system will repeat the entire phone number.

Calling a contact

The following dialogue enables you to call a contact in your cell phone's phone book.

1. The user begins by saying

Call contact

.

> The system's response is

Name please

.

2. Say the contact's number in the list displayed.

> If only one contact is found, the call will be initiated. Otherwise, the system will continue to prompt you for more information.

If there is more than one phone number for a particular contact, specify the number to call by saying

Mobile

,

Work

, etc.

Other commands

Additional cell phone voice commands can be found in the MY CAR normal view by pressing

OK/MENU

and selecting

Settings

Voice control settings Command list

Phone commands

.

*

Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

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Radio voice control

Radio voice commands (p. 68) can be used to

e.g., change stations.

The following command dialogs are only examples; the system's responses may very according to the situation.

Changing stations

The dialog lets you change radio stations.

1. The user begins by saying

Select station

.

> The system will prompt you for the station's name.

2. Say the station's name.

> The system will tune to the selected station.

Changing frequencies

The system understands frequency numbers between

87.5

(eighty-seven point five) and

108.0

(one-hundred-eight point oh).

This dialog lets you change radio frequencies.

1. The user begins by saying

Frequency

.

> The system will prompt you for the frequency number.

2. Say a number between 87.5 and 108.0

megahertz.

> The system will tune to the selected frequency.

Other commands

Additional radio voice commands can be found in the MY CAR normal view by pressing

OK/MENU

and selecting

Settings

Voice control settings

Radio commands

.

Command list

Related information

Radio (p. 35)

Multimedia voice control

Voice commands (p. 68) can be used to con-

trol the multimedia functions such as changing audio sources or tracks.

The following command dialogs are only examples; the system's responses may very according to the situation.

Changing sources

The following is a voice command for changing media sources.

– The user begins by saying

Disc

.

> The system switches to the CD/DVD player.

Switch to other sources by saying e.g.,

Bluetooth

", "

AUX

,

USB

, etc. The sources available depend on the devices currently connected and whether or not the device contains playable files. If a media source is not available, the system will provide an explanation.

Changing tracks

The system understands the digits

0

(zero) to

99

(ninety-nine). Numbers above ninety-nine will not be recognized.

The following is a voice command for changing tracks.

1. The user begins by saying:

Select track

.

> The system will prompt you for the track number.

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2. Say the track's number (one number only, e.g., twenty-three, not two-three).

> The system will switch to the selected track on the active media source.

Searching for media

The following is a voice command for searching for media sources.

1. The user begins the dialog by saying

Media search

.

> The system will display a numbered list of all possible search categories and will prompt you to say a line number or category.

2. Say the line number or search category.

> The system will continue to provide instructions.

Other commands

Additional multimedia voice control commands can be found in the MY CAR normal view by pressing

OK/MENU

and selecting

Settings Voice control settings

Command list Media commands

.

Related information

Media Player (p. 48)

Internet connection

Connecting the vehicle to the Internet makes it possible to utilize navigation services, web

radio and to stream music via apps (p. 77)

and to use the integrated web browser (p. 78).

The system's integrated apps can be used when the vehicle is connected to the Internet.

The apps available may vary and may include navigation services, social media, web radio and music services. The vehicle has a basic web browser to search for and display Internet content.

If an Internet connection is through a cell phone, other mobile functions are also available, such as reading text messages and mak-

ing calls, see Bluetooth

(p. 62).

®

hands-free system

The cell phone and your service provider must support tethering (sharing an Internet connection) and your subscription must include data communication.

NOTE

Data is transmitted while the vehicle is online, which may result in additional charges from your service provider.

Data roaming may result in additional charges.

Contact your service provider for information about costs/fees, etc.

Connecting the vehicle to the Internet

Internet connection settings

The default Internet connection setting is

"none." When one of the other connection methods has been selected, this will be stored and the vehicle will attempt to connect

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To stop automatic connection, see the section "Disconnecting" below.

Choose a connection method - Bluetooth

®

Wi-Fi or integrated modem.

,

Integrated modem*

10

To connect using the modem, see Car modem* (p. 75).

Bluetooth

®

1. The cell phone must first be paired with and connected to the infotainment system (p. 58).

2. Activate tethering (portable/personal hotspot) via the cell phone's Bluetooth

® function.

3. From

MY CAR

’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and select

Settings Internet settings Bluetooth

.

> The vehicle is now connected.

The system will then automatically connect via Bluetooth

®

when a network is available.

A symbol on the screen (p. 31) will show the

current status of the connection.

To disconnect, see the section "Disconnecting."

The vehicle can store information on a maximum of 10 Bluetooth

®

networks. If another network is added, the oldest network and password will be removed from the list.

Wi-Fi

1. Activate tethering (portable/personal hotspot) in the cell phone.

2. From

MY CAR

’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and select

Settings Internet settings Wi-Fi

.

> This starts a search for available Wi-Fi networks.

3. Select your network.

4. Select

Connect

.

5. Enter the network password.

> The vehicle will attempt to connect to the network.

The system will then automatically connect via Wi-Fi when the network is available.

A symbol on the screen (p. 31) will show the

current status of the connection.

To disconnect, see the section "Disconnecting".

The vehicle can store information on a maximum of 10 Bluetooth

®

networks. If another network is added, the oldest network and password will be removed from the list.

Removing a saved Wi-Fi network

1. Press the

MY CAR

button to display the source's normal view.

2. Press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings

Internet settings

.

3. Select

Wi-Fi

.

> A list of available networks will be displayed.

4. Select the network to be removed from the list.

5. Select

Forget

.

> The system will no longer automatically connect to this network.

Removing all networks

All networks can be removed simultaneously.

Please note that this will also reset all user data and system settings to the factory defaults.

To return to the factory defaults, from

MY

CAR

’s normal view, press

OK/MENU

. Select

Settings Reset to factory settings

.

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Wi-Fi technology and security

The vehicle can be connected to a Wi-Fi network at a frequency of 2.4 GHz. If several devices are using this frequency simultaneously, this may result in reduced performance.

Frequency: 2.4 GHz.

Standards: 802.11 b / g / n.

Encryption protocol: WPA2-AES-CCMP.

Disconnecting

From

MY CAR

’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and select

Settings Internet settings None

. The vehicle will not connect to the Internet.

Internet connection problems

The amount of data being transferred is determined by the services or apps being used in the vehicle. For example, streaming audio may require large of amounts of data to be transferred, which requires a good connection and a strong signal.

Cell phone to the infotainment system

The Bluetooth

®

connection's speed can vary, depending on the location of the cell phone in the vehicle. Moving the phone closer to the infotainment system can help increase signal strength. Be sure that there are no obstructions between the phone and the system.

Cell phone to the network service provider

The speed of the mobile network varies depending on your location and some areas may provide poor reception (in tunnels, driving in deep valleys, indoors). The speed may also be linked to your service subscription.

NOTE

Contact your service provider if data communication problems occur.

Related information

On-screen symbols (p. 31)

Change of ownership (p. 11)

Car modem*

11

The vehicle is equipped with a modem that can be used to connect to the Internet. This connection can also be shared via Wi-Fi.

Internet connection

1. Insert your personal SIM card in the holder located in the glove compartment.

2. Press the

MY CAR

button on the center console to display this mode’s normal view. Press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings modem

.

Internet settings Car

3. Enter the SIM card's PIN code.

> The vehicle will now connect to the

Internet and the various on-line func-

tions can be used, see Internet connection (p. 73).

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NOTE

The data subscription in the vehicle must be active in order to connect to the Internet.

To avoid having to enter the PIN code each time the ignition is switched on, the SIM card can be unlocked in the menu system. To do so, press the

MY CAR

button on the center console to display this mode’s normal view.

Press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings

Internet settings

Deselect (unmark) the box.

Car modem

.

Lock SIM card

From

MY CAR

’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and select

Settings Internet settings

nection.

None

to turn off the Internet con-

Sharing a Wi-Fi hotspot (tethering)

2. Activate the vehicle's Wi-Fi hotspot by checking the box on the screen.

> External devices can now connect to the vehicle's Wi-Fi hotspot.

To deactivate, remove the check from the box.

Up to 8 devices can be connected to the vehicle's Wi-Fi hotspot. To view the number of devices connected, from

MY CAR

’s normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings Internet settings

.

When an Internet connection has been established using the modem, this connection (a

Wi-Fi hotspot) can be shared (tethered) to enable other devices in the vehicle to use the modem.

1. From

MY CAR

’s normal view, press

OK/

MENU

and select

Settings Internet settings Car Wi-Fi hotspot

Enter a name for the Wi-Fi network (SSID) and specify a password. The name must contain 6-32 characters and the password must contain 10-63 characters. The name and password can be changed at any time.

Number of devices connected to the Wi-Fi hotspot

For certain connected devices, from

MY CAR

’s normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings

Car Wi-Fi hotspot

.

Internet settings

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Wi-Fi hotspot

technical specifications and security

Wi-Fi hotspot tethering uses a frequency of

2.4 GHz. If several devices use this frequency simultaneously, this may result in slower access times.

Frequency: 2.4 GHz.

Standards: 802.11 b / g / n.

Security certificate: WPA2-AES-CCMP.

The antenna for the vehicle's modem is located on the roof.

No or poor Internet connection

See Internet connection (p. 73).

Related information

Internet connection (p. 73)

On-screen symbols (p. 31)

Applications

Applications (apps) are services that can be used when the vehicle is connected to the

Internet. The apps available vary and include services related to navigation, social media, web radio and music.

For basic information on using the infotain-

ment system, see operating the system (p. 27).

Before any apps can be used, the vehicle has

to be connected to the Internet (p. 73).

A symbol (p. 31) will be displayed in the upper

right corner of the screen when the vehicle is connected. If no Internet connection is available, a message will be displayed.

NOTE

Data is transmitted while the vehicle is online, which may result in additional charges from your service provider.

Data roaming may result in additional charges.

Contact your service provider for information about costs/fees, etc.

Press the button on the center console and select

Apps

to display the apps that are currently available. Select one from the list and start it by pressing

OK/MENU

.

The apps are downloaded to the vehicle and are updated each time they are started. This means that an Internet connection is required each time an app is used.

Certain apps require sharing location information. The symbol will be displayed whenever this takes place.

Logging in

There are two types of apps/services that require you to log in:

Ones that require registration by a service provider. Follow the instructions on the

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• screen when starting apps of this type or use an existing account to log in.

Certain apps require a personal Volvo ID.

Register an ID (see Volvo ID (p. 12)) or

use an existing one to access useful functions such as sending an address from a map service on the Internet to a navigation app or to Volvo's Sensus Navigation system*.

Navigation services

Navigation services provide guidance to a preset destination. However, in certain situations beyond the system's control (e.g., very recent road construction, etc.), this guidance may not be accurate.

WARNING

Always use good judgment when following navigation system guidance, and do not follow guidance that seems contrary to your own best judgment.

Never use the navigation system or any other feature in your vehicle in a way that distracts you from the task of driving safely. Distraction can lead to a serious accident.

Set and make changes in your navigation system only with the vehicle parked.

Be aware of the current traffic situation.

Always comply with relevant traffic regulations.

NOTE

The optional Sensus Navigation system can be installed (activated) in your vehicle at any time, giving you access to additional functions and map information. Consult your Volvo retailer.

Related information

On-screen symbols (p. 31)

Change of ownership (p. 11)

Browser (p. 78)

Browser

The infotainment system has an integrated web browser for searching for and displaying

Internet content.

The web browser supports the HTML 4 standard for text and graphics. However, it does not support animations, video or audio.

Information cannot be downloaded or saved.

In order to use the web browser, the vehicle

must first be connected to the Internet(p. 73) .

NOTE

Data is transmitted while the vehicle is online, which may result in additional charges from your service provider.

Data roaming may result in additional charges.

Contact your service provider for information about costs/fees, etc.

NOTE

The web browser is not available while the vehicle is moving.

Press the Internet button ( ) on the center console and select

Web browser

.

For Bluetooth

®

Bluetooth

®

Internet connections, the

symbol will appear in the upper-

right corner of the display.

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If no Internet connection is available, a message indicating this will be displayed.

Searching for information

Searching using the text wheel

List of characters

Switching between character entry modes (see the following table)

Surf history

Use the text wheel to enter a web address.

1. Turn

TUNE

to the desired letter and press

OK/MENU

to confirm. The number/letter keys on the center console can also be used.

2. Continue to the next letter, etc. The results of the search will be displayed in the phone book.

3. To switch from letter entry mode to the entry mode for numbers or special characters, or to go view surf history, turn

TUNE

to one of the selections (see the explanation in the following table) in the list for switching character entry mode (2) and press

OK/MENU

.

123

/

A

BC

=>

Go a|A

|

|

}

Toggle between letters and numbers by pressing

OK/MENU

.

This leads to surf history. Turn

TUNE

to select a web address and press

OK/MENU

to go to the website.

Go to the website by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Toggle between upper and lower case letters by pressing

OK/

MENU

.

Switch from the text wheel to the

Address:

field. Use

TUNE

to move the cursor and erase characters by pressing

EXIT

. Press

OK/MENU

to return to the text wheel.

The number/letter keys on the center console can also be used to edit the

Address:

field.

Press

EXIT

briefly to erase a single character.

Press and hold

EXIT

to erase all characters.

Pressing a number key on the center console while the text wheel is displayed (see the previous illustration) will display a list of characters. Press the desired key repeatedly to enter the desired letter and continue to the next letter, etc.

To enter a number, press and hold the button.

Navigating in the web browser

Turn

TUNE

to navigate among links or to scroll on a web page. Press

OK/MENU

to activate the selection/link.

Moving the cursor on a web page

The buttons on the center console can be used to move the cursor on a web page.

A pop-up menu can be accessed by pressing button

5

on the center console or by moving

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OK/MENU

.

Functions

The available functions can be accessed by pressing button

5

on the center console or by moving the cursor to a non-clickable area and pressing

OK/MENU

.

Back

– Return to the previous page.

Forward

– If

Back

has been used, press forward to return to the page.

Reload

– Refresh the page.

Stop

– Stop loading a page.

New tab

– Creates a new tab/page. Up to 4 tabs can be open at the same time.

Close tab

– Close a tab/page.

Zoom in

/

Zoom out

.

Add bookmark

/

Delete bookmark

Add or delete a bookmark. Up to 20 bookmarks can be saved.

Settings

– Adapt the way that the browser displays and handles information. See the following section for more information.

Settings

Bookmarks

Rename

,

Reorder

or

Delete

.

Content filtering

– Adapt the way in which web pages are displayed. The following can be activated/deactivated:

Show images

,

Block pop-ups

and

Enable JavaScript

.

Accept cookies

– Cookies are small text files that are stored and make it possible e.g., to use various functions on web pages and enable the page's owner to compile surf statistics.

Text size

– Change the size of the text:

Large

,

Medium

or

Small

.

Clear browsing data

Cookies, browsing history and cache will be cleared

.

FAV key options

– Certain functions can be programmed in the

FAV

button. The stored function can then be started by merely pressing

FAV

, see Favorites

(p. 32).

Related information

Web browser menus (p. 85)

On-screen symbols (p. 31)

Change of ownership (p. 11)

Infotainment menu overview

This is a general overview of the selections and settings that can be made in the infotainment system's menus.

If a menu text is grayed-out, this means that it cannot currently be selected. This may be because the function is not installed in the vehicle, that the source is not currently connected or is connected but is empty.

RADIO

AM (p. 81)

FM (p. 81)

MEDIA

CD/DVD (p. 82)

DVD Video (p. 82)

iPod (p. 83)

USB (p. 83)

Media Bluetooth® (p. 84)

AUX (p. 84)

TEL

Bluetooth® hands-free (p. 85)

Web browser (p. 85)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

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AM radio menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for AM radio.

AM menu

Show presets

See

(p. 37)

FAV key options

(p. 32)

No function

Show presets

(p. 37)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

FM radio menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for FM radio.

FM menu

Alternative frequency

See

Show

(p. 48)

(p. 37)

Radio text

Presets

None

Tune station by

Station list

Manual tuning

FAV key options

(p. 36)

(p. 37)

(p. 37)

(p. 32)

No function

Toggle radio text or presets

(p. 48)

and Preset radio stations

(p. 37)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

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Audio CD/DVD menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for audio CDs/DVDs.

Disc menu

Play/Pause

See

(p. 49)

Stop

A

Media search

(p. 50)

Shuffle

(p. 50)

Gracenote® options

Gracenote® database

Gracenote® results

FAV key options

No function

Play/Pause

Shuffle

A

DVDs only.

(p. 32)

(p. 49)

(p. 50)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

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Video DVD menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for video DVDs.

DVD video menu

Play/Pause

See

(p. 51)

DVD disc menu

(p. 51)

Stop

(p. 51)

Subtitles

(p. 51)

Audio tracks

(p. 51)

Advanced settings

(p. 52)

Angles

Screen ratios

FAV key options

No function

Play/Pause

(p. 32)

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Next subtitle

Next audio track

(p. 51)

(p. 51)

Video DVD pop-up menu

Press

OK/MENU

while a video is playing to access the pop-up menu.

Image settings

(p. 53)

Video DVD menu

(p. 27)

DVD disc menu

(p. 51)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

iPod

®

menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for an iPod

®

.

iPod menu

Play/Pause

See

(p. 54)

Shuffle

(p. 50)

FAV key options

(p. 32)

No function

Play/Pause

(p. 54)

Shuffle

(p. 50)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

USB menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for USB.

USB menu

Play/Pause

See

(p. 54)

Media search

(p. 50)

Shuffle

(p. 50)

Select USB partition

FAV key options

(p. 32)

No function

Play/Pause

(p. 54)

Shuffle

(p. 50)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

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Media Bluetooth

®

menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for Media Bluetooth

®

.

Bluetooth menu

Play/Pause

See

(p. 56)

Shuffle

(p. 50)

Change device

(p. 61)

Search new device

Make car discoverable

FAV key options

(p. 32)

No function

Play/Pause

Shuffle

Device 1

Device 2 etc.

(p. 56)

(p. 50)

Connect for media

(p. 56)

Delete device

(p. 62)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

AUX menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for AUX.

AUX menu

AUX input

See

(p. 56)

Standard

Boost

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

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Bluetooth

®

hands-free menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for the Bluetooth

®

handsfree function.

Phone menu

Call list

See

(p. 64)

Contacts

(p. 65)

Messages

(p. 62)

Message notifications

(p. 62)

Change phone

(p. 61)

Search new phone

Make car discoverable

Device 1

Device 2 etc.

Connect for phone

(p. 62)

Delete device

(p. 62)

Related information

Infotainment - operating the system

(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

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Web browser menus

The following is an overview of the settings that can be made for the web browser.

See Web browser

This menu is displayed in the normal view if no tab is open.

Enter address

(p. 78)

Settings

Displays the web browser's settings menu, see below.

Bookmark 1

Bookmark 2 etc.

(p. 78)

Browser pop-up menu

Press key

5

on the center console while a website is displayed to access the pop-up menu.

Back

See

Forward

(p. 78)

(p. 78)

Reload

(p. 78)

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Stop

New tab

Close tab

Zoom in

or

Zoom out

Add bookmark

or

Delete bookmark

Settings

Displays the web browser's settings menu, see below.

Web browser settings menu

Press

Settings

in one of the two menus above to access the settings menu.

Bookmarks

Bookmark 1

Bookmark 2 etc.

(p. 78)

(p. 78)

(p. 78)

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See

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Rename

Reorder

Delete

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No function

Add/delete bookmark

New tab

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Close tab

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(p. 27)

Infotainment menu overview (p. 80)

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04

Internet map

1

This feature makes it possible to display map and route information.

The system can calculate a suitable route and indicate your vehicle's position in relation to the route on the map. If you deviate from your planned route, the system automatically recalculates the route and guides you to your destination. In addition to map information,

symbols for selected points of interest

(POI) (p. 97) will also be displayed.

This feature will not function in areas where the vehicle is unable to connect to the Internet.

If the Internet connection is weak or is interrupted, route calculation will not function correctly and certain map scales may not be available, depending on the amount of map information that was buffered before the connection was broken.

Volvo offers a full-scale navigation system

(Sensus Navigation) that utilizes harddiskbased maps, voice guidance, advanced route calculation including traffic information, Internet search functionality and the capacity to select intermediate destinations. Contact your

Volvo retailer to upgrade to Sensus

Navigation. This upgrade will replace Internet map.

Internet map provides information that guides you to your destination. However, all of the recommended guidance is not always reliable, since situations may arise that are outside the capacity and judgement of the navigation system, such as sudden changes in the weather.

WARNING

Always use good judgment when following navigation system guidance, and do not follow guidance that seems contrary to your own best judgment.

Never use the navigation system or any other feature in your vehicle in a way that distracts you from the task of driving safely. Distraction can lead to a serious accident.

Set and make changes in your navigation system only with the vehicle parked.

Be aware of the current traffic situation.

Always comply with relevant traffic regulations.

Due to weather conditions or time of year affecting the road conditions, some recommendations may be less reliable.

Related information

Internet map – on-screen text and symbols (p. 95)

1 Not available in all markets.

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Using Internet map

This article describes the procedure for starting Internet map, planning a route and starting guidance to your destination.

See operating instructions and using menus

(p. 27). Characters are entered using either

the text wheel or the center console keypad

(p. 93) are used to enter text .

1. The vehicle must be connected to the

Internet(p. 73).

2. Press the

NAV

button on the center console to start Internet map.

3. Accept position sharing about the vehicle's position.

NOTE

Internet map cannot function if position sharing has not been accepted.

To turn position sharing off, from the source's normal view, press

OK/MENU

, select

Settings

and deselect

Position sharing

.

4. Select a destination (p. 96).

5. Select route options (p. 99) (e.g., type of

road, tunnels, ferries, etc.)

6. Select map options (p. 100) (e.g., full-

screen, map colors, position information etc.)

> The vehicle's location and any selected points of interest will be shown on the map.

Show the remaining route

From the source's normal view, for an overview of your route, press

OK/MENU

and select

Route Map of remaining route

.

Show detailed route information (p. 98).

Change destination

Change destinations by selecting a new destination (p. 96).

Cancel/resume guidance

From the source's normal view, to cancel or resume guidance, press

OK/MENU

and select

OK/MENU

and select

Cancel/

Resume guidance

.

Change of ownership

When the vehicle changes owners, it is important that user data and system settings be returned to the original factory settings,

see Change of ownership (p. 11).

Internet map – entering text

Use the on-screen text wheel or the center console keypad to enter text such as an address or a point of interest.

Screen view showing the free-text field

The Internet map system uses a text wheel for entering various types of information.

Activating a selection

When the desired function/menu selection has been chosen by turning the

thumb wheel

on the steering wheel keypad or

TUNE

on the center console control panel, press the

thumb wheel

/

OK/MENU

to display the function/menu's next level.

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Entering characters Center console keypad

04

The text wheel

1. Mark (highlight) a text field.

2. Press

OK/MENU

to display the text wheel.

3. Select a character with the

thumb wheel

/

TUNE

and enter it by pressing the

thumb wheel

/

OK/MENU

.

Center console keypad

The center console keypad

0

9

,

*

and

#

can also be used to enter characters.

For example, press

9

2

to display all of the characters that can be entered by pressing this key, which can be for example:

w

,

x

,

y

,

z

and

9

. Press the button briefly to move the cursor to each available character.

Stop on the desired character to select it and it will appear in the text field.

Delete or cancel with

EXIT

.

Other characters

The inset menu in the text wheel below shows other special characters or numbers.

94

2 The characters for each respective key may vary, depending on the language selected and the market

Select

More

+

OK/MENU

to access the text wheel for special characters.

123

+

OK/MENU

: numbers are displayed in the wheel.

=>

+

OK/MENU

: the cursor moves to the list at the right of the screen. Selections can be made here by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Internet map – on-screen text and symbols

This article provides an explanation of the text and symbols used on the screen.

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Keys (on the center console keypad) for scrolling/moving the map in the directions indicated by the arrows

Map scale

Magnifier and crosshairs

Name of the current road/street, coordinates or information about a point of interest (POI)

Compass (p. 100)

Internet map – scroll menu

The Scroll menu makes it possible to move the crosshairs across the map using the center console keypad.

Type of road (size and color vary according to the size of the road and the map scales/colors being used)

Traffic information (p. 100): indicated by

a line by the side of the road

Point of interest (POI) (p. 97)

Symbol for final destination

Planned route (blue)

Vehicle's current location

Railroad

3

You can decide if the crosshairs' position on the map shows the location's name or GPS coordinates, see map options (p. 100).

Map scroll with crosshairs

3

.

Activating map scroll when the map is displayed

Press one of the number keys (

0

9

) on the center console.

Scrolling

Press one of the following number keys

(

1

-

2

-

3

-

4

-

6

-

7

-

8

-

9

): an arrow indicating the scrolling direction will be displayed in the margins combined with the number key to be used to scroll in the desired direction.

Zooming in/out

Turn

TUNE

.

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Key no. "5"

In Map scroll mode, pressing key

5

centers the map around the vehicle's position.

Exiting the Scroll menu

Press

EXIT

or

NAV

.

The crosshairs

Internet map - select destination

Plan a trip by selecting a destination.

From Internet map's normal view, press

OK/MENU

to display the following screen and select

Set destination

.

Pressing

OK/MENU

displays a menu for the point on the map that the crosshairs are currently pointing to, containing:

Set single destination

: deletes any previous destinations and starts guidance on the map.

POI information

: shows the name and address for the POI closest to the crosshairs. For additional information about

POIs, see (p. 97).

Information

: displays relevant information about the marked position.

Save

: makes it possible to store the marked position in the system's memory.

Home

The system can store the location of your choice under

Home

. This function is displayed each time a location is saved:

Save location as home

. Press

OK/MENU

.

To activate guidance when the destination is set as

Home

:

Scroll to

Home

and press

OK/MENU

.

Address

It is only necessary to specify a town/city to set a route with guidance. You will be guided to the center of the town/city.

The following criteria can be used to search for a destination using its address:

Country:

City:

Street:

Number:

Points of interest (POI)

It is possible to search for a POI using any of the following alternatives:

By name

By category

Around the car

Near the destination

Around point on map

To help make the map easier to read, the number of POIs displayed at the same time is restricted. Zoom in on an area to display additional POIs.

For information about other POI display

options, see Map options(p. 100).

See (p. 97) for a list of the POI symbols

used on the map.

Stored location

This provides a list of destinations that have been stored.

Each stored destination can be edited using:

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Set single destination

Edit

Delete

Delete all

.

Previous destination

This provides a list of previously set destinations. Mark by pressing

OK/MENU

and choose among:

Set single destination

Information

Save

Delete

Delete all

.

Zip code (postcode)

Search for a destination using its zip code.

Latitude and longitude

Specify a destination using its GPS coordinates.

Begin by deciding how the GPS coordinates are to be displayed by scrolling to

Format:

and pressing

OK/MENU

. Scroll to one of the following alternatives and press

OK/MENU

:

DD°MM'SS''

: position in Degrees,

Minutes and Seconds.

Decimal

: the position shown using decimals.

Continue by entering the coordinates and select one of the following:

Set single destination

Save

.

Position on the map

This displays the map with the current location marked by the crosshairs.

Turn

TUNE

to change the map scale.

1. Move the crosshairs using the number keys: [

6 MNO

] to move to the right,

8 TUV

] to move downward, etc., see also

(p. 95).

2. When you have moved to the desired position on the map, press

OK/MENU

.

Internet map – symbols for points of interest (POI)

The following table shows the symbols used to indicate various points of interest (POI).

Select one of the following and press

OK/MENU

:

Set single destination

Save

Related information

Using Internet map (p. 93)

Internet map – entering text (p. 93)

Dancing

Nightclub

Movie theater

Casino

Museum

Landmark

Tourist attraction

Church/place of worship

Airport

Railroad station/commuter train station

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Public transportation/mass transit

Ferry terminal

Taxi station

Hotel/lodging

Shopping center/mall

Business/service center

ATM

Bank

Police

Emergency ward

Post office

Tourist information

Gas station

Car rental

Car repairs

Facilities

98

Hospital

Medical care clinic

Library

Conference/exhibition center

Parking lot/garage

Public restrooms

Sport complex

Playing fields

Outdoor/recreational activities

Amusement park

Related information

Internet map - select destination (p. 96)

Internet map - detailed route information

This view shows all of the exits, intersections, etc., along your route.

To display detailed route information, press

OK/MENU

in the source's normal view and select

Route Detailed route information

.

Detailed route information

The entire route to your destination consists of a number of different sections of road, including straightaways, exits, intersections, road entrances, etc. Scroll among the various sections by selecting

Next

/

Previous

. The location on the map, description, distance and points of interest will be displayed.

Related information

Internet map – route options (p. 99)

Internet map – symbols for points of interest (POI) (p. 97)

Internet map – overview of the remaining route

This feature provides an overview of the remainder of your current route.

To display the remaining section of your route, in the source's main menu, press

OK/MENU

and select

remaining route

.

Route Map of

See also information about the scroll menu (p. 95).

Related information

Internet map - select destination (p. 96)

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Internet map – route options

Route options enable you to specify the type of roads that your route will follow.

Route type

From Internet map's normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings Route options Route type

to display the options for route type.

Make a selection and confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Fast with traffic adaption

: the shortest travel time on roads with the fewest traffic tie-ups.

Fast

: the shortest travel time is prioritized.

Short

: the most direct route is prioritized.

The route may include secondary roads.

Customize your route

From Internet map's normal view, press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings options

to customize your route.

Route

To select a route that avoids one or more of the options displayed, highlight the option and press

OK/MENU

.

Avoid highways

Avoid toll roads

Avoid tunnels

Avoid ferries

Avoid car trains

NOTE

If a route has already been set when one or more of these alternatives are changed, there may be a slight delay in guidance as the system recalculates the route.

If the system has been set to avoid toll roads, highways, etc., roads of this type will only be used when there are no other alternatives.

Related information

Internet map - select destination (p. 96)

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Internet map – map options

The following illustration shows the various map view options.

The illustration is generic - not all of the options shown are available on all markets

Full-screen map

From the source's normal view, to see the map on the entire screen, press

OK/MENU

on the center console 4 and select

Settings

Map options Show full-screen map

.

You can also scroll to this alternative on the screen and press

OK/MENU

to show the map on the entire screen. Other information that is normally displayed at the top and bottom of the screen (temperature, etc.) will not be visible while the map is in full-screen mode.

Map type

From the source's normal view, to set the way in which the vehicle's direction is shown on the map, press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings Map options Map type

.

Confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

North up

: North is always at the top of the screen. The "car" symbol moves on the screen according to the vehicle's current direction.

Map heading up

: The "car" symbol remains at the center of the screen and points upward. The map rotates under the car symbol depending on the turns in the road.

3D Heading up

: Same as

Map heading up

but a 3D version of the map is displayed. The display varies depending on the degree of zoom.

Position information

From the source's normal view, to display information about the vehicle's current position, press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings

Map options Position information

.

Confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Current road

: The name of the road where the vehicle/cursor is located will be displayed.

Lat/Long

: The map coordinates of the vehicle's current location will be displayed.

None

: No information of this type will be displayed.

POI (Points of Interest) symbols

From the source's normal view, to display the

POIs to be displayed on the map, press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings Map options POI symbols

.

Select the POIs to be shown on the map here. Confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

Default

: The POIs chosen using

Selected

will be displayed.

Selected

: Turn

TUNE

on the center console to scroll to each POI to be displayed.

Confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

None

: No POIs will be displayed.

For an example of POIs, see Internet map – symbols for points of interest (POI) (p. 97).

Map colors

From the source's normal view, to select map colors, press

OK/MENU

and select

Settings

Map options Map colors

.

Confirm by pressing

OK/MENU

.

4 In all cases in this article, you can also press the thumb wheel on the steering wheel keypad or turn the thumb well to scroll.

100

Automatic

: A sensor monitors the amount of ambient light and automatically adjusts the screen.

Day

: Enhanced color and contrast for daylight conditions.

Night

: Color and contrast are adjusted for best visibility in dark ambient lighting conditions.

Traffic information on the map 5

The sides of the roads on the map for which traffic information is available are marked in green, yellow or red.

Green: traffic is moving freely

Yellow: slow moving traffic

Red: traffic jam or accident

From the source's normal view, to display traffic information, press

OK/MENU

and select

map

.

Settings Map options Traffic on

5 Not available on all markets

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05 Index

05

A

Applications (apps).................................... 77

Audio

surround............................................... 34

Audio system............................................. 25

HD digital radio......................... 38, 40, 41

SiriusXM

satellite radio................ 42, 45

voice control......................................... 71

AUX input................................................... 26

B

Bluetooth

connecting devices......................... 57, 60

menu..................................................... 85

Bluetooth

®

changing devices.................................. 61

hands-free............................................ 62

media.................................................... 56

microphone........................................... 64

streaming audio.................................... 56

Bluetooth cell phone connection............... 64

Browser..................................................... 78

E

C

CD.............................................................. 49

Cell phone.................................................. 61

disconnecting....................................... 62 hands-free............................................ 62

Pairing................................................... 59

pairing/connecting................................ 58

Cell phone voice control............................ 71

D

Destination, setting in Internet map........... 96

DVD............................................................ 49

DVD video

camera angle........................................ 52

Equalizer.................................................... 35

H

HD digital radio.............................. 38, 40, 41

switching on and off............................. 40

I

ID, Volvo.................................................... 12

Infotainment (Infotainment system)........... 25

Infotainment system...................... 38, 40, 41

AUX menu............................................. 84

Bluetooth media menu......................... 84

CD/DVD/external device - shuffle......... 50

CD/DVD menus.................................... 82

Cell phone contacts........................ 65, 66

disclaimers............................................ 87

DVD video menu................................... 82

entering phonebook contacts............... 66

external device volume......................... 56

general sound settings......................... 33

introduction........................................... 25

iPod menu............................................ 83

manual radio station searches.............. 37

media player......................................... 48

operating the system............................ 27

overview................................................ 26

playing video DVDs.............................. 51

radio...................................................... 35

screen settings..................................... 53

searching for phonebook contacts....... 67

searching for radio stations.................. 36

sound reproduction.............................. 32

speed compensated volume................ 35

type approval........................................ 90

USB menu............................................ 83

102

05 Index

using menus................................... 27, 80

voice control......................................... 71

web browser......................................... 85

Internet

connect................................................. 58

modem.................................................. 75

Internet connected car

browser................................................. 78

Internet connection.................................... 73

applications (apps)............................... 77

Internet map

detailed route information..................... 98

explanation of on-screen text and

symbols................................................ 95

introduction........................................... 92

map options........................................ 100 map view............................................ 100

on-screen keyboard............................. 93

Points of interest (POI).......................... 97

remaining route..................................... 99 route options........................................ 99

scroll menu........................................... 95

setting a destination............................. 96

using the system................................... 93

O

M

Media Bluetooth

®

....................................... 56

Media player.............................................. 48

compatible file formats......................... 53

Media searches......................................... 50

Microphone................................................ 63

My Car

car settings........................................... 17

climate system settings........................ 21

driver support settings.......................... 19

information settings.............................. 23

Internet settings.................................... 22

menu selections.................................... 15 paths..................................................... 15

system settings..................................... 20

voice control......................................... 21

Ownership, changing................................. 11

P

Phone

receiving calls....................................... 64

R

Radio

AM menu.............................................. 81

automatic station search...................... 36

FM menu............................................... 81

radio text............................................... 48

SiriusXM

satellite radio................ 42, 45

Radio functions

HD digital radio......................... 38, 40, 41

S

Sensus......................................................... 8

Sirius weather............................................ 46

SiriusXM Satellite radio

traffic information.................................. 42

SiriusXM

satellite radio........................... 45

Sound Profile............................................. 34

Surround.................................................... 34

Symbols

on-screen.............................................. 31

05

103

05 Index

T

Telephone

disconnecting....................................... 62

pairing................................................... 59

W

Wi-Fi.......................................................... 75

U

USB/AUX connection.......................... 54, 55

05

V

Voice control

cell phones........................................... 71

giving commands................................. 70

global commands................................. 71

help functions....................................... 69

introduction........................................... 68

multimedia devices............................... 72 radio...................................................... 72

selecting a language............................. 69

settings................................................. 70

Volume

cell phone/media player....................... 64

Volvo ID..................................................... 12

Volvo Sensus............................................... 8

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TP 18453 (USA & Canada), AT 1446, MY15, Printed in Sweden, Göteborg 2014, Copyright © 2000-2014 Volvo Car Corporation

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