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XC90 Twin Engine
Using Apple CarPlay*
To use Apple CarPlay, Siri voice control must be activated in your phone.
Downloading, updating and uninstalling apps
When the car is online there is the option to download new apps, keep existing apps updated or uninstall apps.
Video from a USB-connected device can be played back with the media player.
Technical specifications for media
Compatible file formats, audio specifications and USB.
Android Auto gives you the option to listen to music, make phone calls, get directions and use programs from an Android device. Android Auto works with selected Android devices.
The media player can play back audio from CDs* and externally connected audio sources via the AUX/USB input or wirelessly stream audio files from external devices via Bluetooth. Video can be watched from USB connected devices. In an Online connected car, it is possible to listen to Internet radio, audiobooks and music services via apps. The media player also operates the radio, which is described in a separate section.
The media player is controlled from the centre display. Several functions can also be controlled from the right keypad on the steering wheel or with voice recognition. The media player also operates the radio, which is described in a separate section.
Using the keyboard in the centre display
The centre display keyboard makes it possible make entries using keys. It is also possible to "draw in" letters and characters on the screen by hand.
Audio settings for media
Personalisation of audio settings for media playback.
Connecting media via AUX/USB input
An external audio source, e.g. an iPod or MP3 player, can be connected to the audio system via any of the connectors in the tunnel console. The cable must be routed out in the front to avoid being trapped when the hatch is closed.
The media player can play back CD discs with audio files. See technical specifications for supported formats.
Writing characters/letters by hand on the screen
The TV picture is only shown when the car is stationary. There will be no picture when the car is moving, but the audio continues to be played back. The picture returns once more when the car is almost or completely stationary.
Settings for Bluetooth-connected phone.
Media via Bluetooth
The car's media player is equipped with Bluetooth and can wirelessly play streaming audio files from external devices with Bluetooth, such as mobile phones and PDAs.
Voice recognition control of radio and media
Command for voice recognition control of radio and media player.
Settings for Apple CarPlay*
Settings for phone connected as Apple CarPlay.
Settings for Android Auto*
Settings for a phone that has been connected the first time with Android Auto.
Connecting media via Bluetooth
Connect a Bluetooth device with the car in order to stream media and use as Internet connection if it is available.
Using the TV*
Media via AUX/USB input
An external media source, e.g. an iPod or MP3 player, can be connected to the audio system.
It is possible to search by artist, composer, song (titles), album, video, audiobook, playlist and, when the car is online, podcasts (digital media via Internet).
Gracenote identifies artist, album, song titles and associated images, which are shown during playback.
Apple CarPlay gives you the option to listen to music, make phone calls, get directions, send/receive messages and use Siri, all while you stay focused on your driving. Apple CarPlay works with selected Apple devices.