Media player

Media playback

Updated 11/10/2020

Media playback

The media player is controlled from the centre display. Several functions can also be operated using the steering wheel's right-hand keypad or voice control.

The media player also operates the radio, which is described in a separate section.

Starting the media source

P6-17w46-XC40-Application view (no CD)

App view. (Generic image, basic apps vary by market and model.)

USB memory

Insert the USB memory.

Open the app USB from the app view.

Select what to play back.

Playback begins.

Mp3 player and iPod ®

Note

To start playback from iPod, use the iPod app (not USB).

When an iPod is used as audio source, the car's audio and media system has a menu structure that is similar to the iPod player's own menu structure.

Connect media source.

Start playback from the connected media source.

Open the app (iPod, USB) from the app view.

Playback begins.

Bluetooth connected device

Activate Bluetooth in the media source.

Connect media sourceNote that the device must be connected for media playback in order for playback via Bluetooth to work..

Start playback from the connected media source.

Open the app Bluetooth from the app view.

Playback begins.

Note

Some phones require that the phone's Bluetoothvolume is manually set to 100% in order for the audio volume in the car to be sufficiently high. This setting needs to be made for each phone connected. The setting is made once for phone calls and once for streaming media. The system will then remember the setting and it does not need to be repeated next time the phone is connected.

Media with Internet connection

Play back media from Internet-connected apps:

Connect the car to the Internet.

Open the current app from the app view.

Playback begins.

Read the separate section on how apps are downloaded.

Video

Connect media source.

Open the app USB from the app view.

Tap on the title of the desired item to play back.

Playback begins.

Apple CarPlay

CarPlay is described in a separate section.

Android Auto

Android Auto is described in a separate section.


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