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Copying music to the car's hard disk

Updated 9/29/2020

Copying music to the car's hard disk

You have the option to copy music to the hard disk in your car from a disc or a USB memory.

Copying music to the car

Your car has the option to copy music from a disc or a USB memoryThis may vary depending on market and options.. Copy music files as follows:

Insert the disc or connect the USB device.

In the normal view for the hard disk drive source, press OK/MENU and select to copy From disc/From USB.

Select what to copy, and then Continue.

Select destination for location of copied music and then Start importing to selected folder.

Importing music from disc/Importing music from USB.

Do not remove the disc/USB memory before the transfer is finished and the Music files imported message is shown.

Folders are shown with the symbol.

When copying from USB

For music files to be visible when copying, they must be stored in a folder on the USB device from which they are copied. If the music files are stored directly on the root directory then they will not be visible. You can still import music files stored on the root directory by selecting to import All tracks or by storing the music files in folders before starting to copy.

Music can be copied from subfolders that are max. 8 levels down.

The following file formats must be used for media playback

Audio files

Format

File extension

Codec

MP3

.mp3

MPEG1 Layer III, MPEG2 Layer III, MP3 Pro (mp3 compatible), MP3 HD (mp3 compatible)

AAC

.m4a, .m4b, .aac

AAC LC (MPEG-4 part III Audio), HE-AAC (aacPlus v1/v2)

WMA

.wma

WMA8/9, WMA9/10 Pro

WAV

.wav

LPCM

FLAC

.flac

FLAC

Video files

Format

File extension

MP4

.mp4, .m4v

MPEG-PS

.mpg, .mp2, .mpeg, .m1v

AVI

.avi

AVI (DivX)

.avi, .divx

ASF

.asf, .wmv

Subtitles

Format

File extension

SubViewer

.sub

SubRip

.srt

SSA

.ssa

DivX®

DivX certified devices have been tested for high-quality DivX (.divx, .avi) video playback. When you see the DivX logo, you have the freedom to play DivX films.

Profile

DivX Home Theater

Video codec

DivX, MPEG-4

Resolution

720x576

Bit rate

4.8Mbps

Frame rate

30 fps

File extension

.divx, .avi

Max file size

4 GB

Audio codec

MP3, AC3

Subtitles

XSUB

Special functions

Multiple subtitles, multiple audio, resume play

Reference

Meets all requirements of the DivX Home Theater profile. Visit divx.com for more information and software tools to convert your files into DivX Home Theater video.

Renaming or deleting files and folders

If you want to rename or delete a file, proceed as follows:

In the normal view for the hard disk drive source, press OK/MENU and select Rename/delete files.

Select the folder or file, press OK/MENU and select Rename or Delete.

Use the character wheel to enter the new name and then Save.

It is not possible to rename a file to exactly the same name as another file. The system would then keep the old name.

Storage information

To view information on the hard disk's capacity and usage, tap on OK/MENU in the normal view for the hard disk source and select Storage information.

Car model/model year

V40 and S60L from and including model year 2015 to and including 2019.

S60, V60 and XC60 from and including model year 2014 to and including 2018.

V70, XC70 and S80 from and including model year 2015 to and including 2016.

The range of models, systems and services may vary depending on market.

For car models from and including model year 2020, see on-line manual for the model concerned.


This article is applicable to

Car model/model year

V40 and S60L from and including model year 2015 to and including 2019.

S60, V60 and XC60 from and including model year 2014 to and including 2018.

V70, XC70 and S80 from and including model year 2015 to and including 2016.

The range of models, systems and services may vary depending on market.

For car models from and including model year 2020, see on-line manual for the model concerned.


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