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Infotainment Radio Swing Operating instructions

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Note

Structure of this Owner's Manual (explanations)

A normal Note draws your attention to important information about the operation of your vehicle.

This Owner's Manual has been systematically designed to make it easy for you to search for and obtain the information you require. At the beginning of this manual you will find a table of contents where all the topics described are arranged sequentially. At the end of this manual you will find an alphabetical index. Direction indications All direction indications such as “left”, “right”, “front”, “rear” relate to the direction of travel of the vehicle. Explanation of symbols  Denotes the end of a section.  Denotes the continuation of a section on the next page. ® Denotes a registered trademark. Examples of the information listed in the Owner's Manual Press the SETUP → Sound button. This information indicates that you must first press the lect and confirm the Sound menu.

SETUP

button and then se-

The “→” symbol indicates the next step. Example of the menu, the available menus, menu items or functions. xyz - the first menu level ■ xyz - the second menu level ■ xyz - the third menu level ■ xyz - the first menu level



Notes

WARNING The most important notes are marked with the heading WARNING. These WARNING notes draw your attention to a serious risk of accident or injury.

CAUTION A Caution note draws your attention to the possibility of damage to your vehicle (e.g. damage to gearbox), or points out general risks of an accident.

Preface You have chosen a ŠKODA vehicle, which is fitted with an Infotainment Radio Swing (hereafter called the unit) – we thank you for your confidence in us. The new operating concept allows you to make vehicle settings and to operate electronic systems centrally from the device. Please read this Owner's Manual carefully, because the operation in accordance with these instructions is a prerequisite for proper use of the unit. Please note that these instructions are meant only as an addendum to the information presented in the Owner's Manual of your vehicle. Therefore, they can be used only in conjunction with the latest manual for this vehicle. For a detailed description of some functions listed in these instructions, see the Owner's Manual for your vehicle. If you have any questions about your device, please contact a ŠKODA Partner. Your ŠKODA AUTO a.s. (hereinafter referred to as ŠKODA)

Table of Contents Abbreviations Introductory information Important notes

4

Description and operation of the device

5

Unit operation

6

Device settings

11

Audio Radio

16

Media

18

Communication Telephones and two-way radio systems

24

Connecting the mobile telephone to the handsfree system

26

Telephone functions

29

Vehicle systems Vehicle settings

Index

2

Table of Contents

33

Abbreviations Abbreviation A2DP

ACC

Definition Advanced Audio Distribution Profile - a software profile for data transfer via Bluetooth ®, designed for a one-way transfer of audio data Adaptive cruise control

AF

Alternative frequencies - alternative frequencies of the current radio station

AM

Amplitude modulation - denomination of the radio frequency range

TCS

Traction Control of the drive wheels

AVRCP

Audio/Video Remote Control Profile - a software profile for data transfer via Bluetooth®, which supports multimedia functions

BT

Bluetooth ® - wireless communication for reception and transmission of voice and data information

DRM

Digital Rights Management - technical methods to monitor or restrict the use of digital media content

ESC

Electronic Stability Control

FM

Frequency modulation - Identification of the radio frequency range

HFP

Hands-free profile - a software profile for data transfer via Bluetooth ®, which allows for communication between a mobile phone and the in-vehicle hands-free equipment

GSM

Groupe Spécial Mobile - Global System for Mobile communication, the most popular standard for mobile phones

ID3 tag

an additional feature of a music file, which allows for the display of artist, title, album name, etc.

KESSY

keyless unlocking, starting and locking

MP3 PI PTY

Abbreviation RDS

Definition Radio Data System - system for the transmission of additional information for FM radio reception

TP

Traffic Program identification - Program identifier for the transmission of traffic information

VIN

Vehicle identification number

WMA

Windows Media Audio - compressed audio format



compressed audio format Program identification - Station identification by means of a RDS code Programme types - sorting radio stations by category (e,g, News, Sports, etc.) via the transmitted RDS codes

Abbreviations

3

Declaration of conformity

Introductory information



Important notes



ŠKODA AUTO a.s. hereby declares that the ŠKODA Infotainment systems meet the basic requirements and additional provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

Introduction



This chapter contains information on the following subjects: Declaration of conformity Warning statement

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 4.

4 4 4



Warning statement

This Owner's Manual describes all possible equipment variants without identifying them as special equipment, model variants or market-dependent equipment.



Consequently, this vehicle does not need to contain all of the equipment components described in this Owner's Manual.

FCC § 15.19 Labelling requirements This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules and Industry Canada licenseexempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

The level of equipment of your vehicle refers to your purchase contract of the vehicle. For more information, please contact your local ŠKODA retailer.

(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and

The illustrations in this Owner's Manual may have differences from your vehicle; they are only intended for general information.

(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. FCC § 15.21 Information to user Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

WARNING Concentrate fully at all times on your driving! As the driver you are fully responsible for the operation of your vehicle. ■ Only use the device in a way that ensures that you are in full control of your vehicle in every traffic situation - there is a risk of accident! ■ Adjust the volume to ensure that acoustic signals from outside, e.g. sirens from vehicles which have the right of way, such as police, ambulance and fire brigade vehicles, can be heard at all time. ■ High volumes can cause hearing damage.

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 4.





INDUSTRY CANADA Statements Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, męme si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.





First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 4.

Some electronic control units are factory-equipped with component protection. The component protection was developed as a protection mechanism for:

4

Introductory information



› impairment of control units, fitted at the factory or specialist workshop, follow-

Description of the device

ing installation in another vehicle (for example, after a theft);

› impairment of components operated outside of the vehicle; › the possibility of a legitimate installation or change of control units for repairs at a specialist garage.

When component protection is activated, the following message appears on the device display screen: Component theft protection - Restricted function. Switch on ignition. If the component protection does not activate by switching on the ignition, please contact a specialist garage.



Description and operation of the device



Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects: Description of the device Switching the unit on/off Adjusting the volume First and foremost, pay attention to the safety instructions » page 4, Important notes.

5 6 6 Fig. 1 Description of the device



 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 5.

 - Control for switching on/off; volume adjustment Menu button for calls and confirmations Function keys (the functions for these keys are described in the relevant chapters) Display RADIO - Radio menu » page 16 MEDIA - Media menu » page 18 Depending on equipment fitted: › PHONE - Phone menu » page 24 › MUTE - Mute » page 6 SETUP - Unit settings » page 11 CAR - Settings of the vehicle system » page 33 BACK - Return to higher-level menu

Introductory information



5

11 12 13 14

  - Backward and forward menu navigation (the key functions are described in the relevant chapters) CD slot  - Eject CD SD memory card slot

Reduce the volume › Turn the  knob to the left. Muting





button

knob to switch the device on or off.

Note The change in volume is displayed on the device display screen. The following symbol appears in the display when the sound is muted : . Some connected sources allow the volume to be changed directly at the source. Excessively high volumes can cause sound resonance in the vehicle. The loudspeakers in the vehicle are designed for a power output of the device of 4x20 W.

■ ■ ■ ■ ■

If telephone mode was active before the device was switched off and if the ignition or the Bluetooth® function are not switched on, the following message is displayed: Please connect a mobile telephone. Switch on the ignition or the Bluetooth® function » page 13. If the vehicle key is pulled out of the ignition lock while the unit is switched on, the unit will switch off automatically. After switching on the ignition, the unit is turned on automatically.

Unit operation

If the device was switched off using the  knob, then the device will not switch on automatically after switching on the ignition.



If your vehicle is fitted with the KESSY system, the device will switch off automatically after the engine has been turned off and the door opened.

Adjusting the volume



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 5.

Increase the volume  knob to the right.

› Turn the 1)

6

The display in the MAXI DOT is described in the » Manual, chapter Information system

Introductory information

knob.

The car speakers may be damaged if the volume is set too loud or is distorted.

When the device is switched on, the audio source and operating mode that were active before switching off the device will be restored.

When the ignition is switched off, the system switches off automatically after approx. half an hour (discharge protection of the vehicle battery).



CAUTION

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 5. 

MUTE

or

› Set the volume to 0 using the

Switching the unit on/off

› Press the

› Press the



Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:



Operate via the device display screen Operate using the buttons on the operating lever Operation via the buttons / wheels on the multifunction steering wheel Audio menu Operation via the buttons / wheels on the multifunction steering wheel Telephone menu

7 8 8 10

First and foremost, pay attention to the safety instructions » page 4, Important notes. Some of the device's features are also displayed in the MAXI DOT display1). Depending on the equipment, these features can be operated as follows.



■ ■

With the buttons on the operating lever » page 8 With the buttons and wheels on the multifunction steering wheel » page 8

E F

Note The buttons and wheels on the multifunction steering wheel will also be lit if the ignition and the side light are switched on.

Operate via the device display screen



Function of the menu/menu item Function with “checkbox” ›  - Function is switched on ›  - Function is switched off

Selecting menu/menu item Select by turning the menu knob 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5. Confirming menu/menu item Confirm by pressing the menu button 2 . Confirming function of menu/menu item Confirm the function of menu/menu item E » Fig. 2 by pressing the corresponding key 3 » Fig. 1 on page 5. Returning to higher-level menu Return by pressing the BACK button. Switching function on/off with “checkbox” Switch the function on/off by pressing the menu button 2 .

Note Greyed out menus or menu items are not enabled or available. For some menus or menu items, the current setting is displayed, e.g. Distance: km or Distance: mi. ■ If the device is not currently being used, the display will return to the higherlevel menu after a few seconds.

■ ■



Fig. 2 Displays



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 6.

Display of menus, menu items and functions A Currently selected menu/menu item B Previous menu item C Next menu item D Higher-level menu

Introductory information

7

Operate using the buttons on the operating lever Fig. 3 Buttons on the control lever



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 6.

The separate menus and menu items displayed in the MAXI DOT display can be operated with the buttons on the control lever. A A B

Press and hold - open main menu Press briefly - select individual menu items or menus Press briefly - select menu item or menu



Operation via the buttons / wheels on the multifunction steering wheel - Audio menu



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 6.

Each item in the Audio menu displayed in the MAXI DOT display can be operated with the buttons/wheels on the multifunction steering wheel.

Fig. 4 Multifunction steering wheel: control buttons and wheels Control buttons and wheels Button/ wheel Action » Fig. 4

8

Radio

Media

1

Press briefly

Change source, change frequency band

1

Press and hold button

Switch between the Radio and Media operating modes, and open the last context status (e.g. the last radio station or track to be played)a)

2

Press briefly

Switch off/on toneb) Start/stop playback

2

Turn upwards

Increase the volume

2

Turn downwards

Reduce the volume

Introductory information



a) b) c)

Button/ wheel » Fig. 4

Action

Radio

Media

3

Press briefly

Go to the next saved radio station in the station list or go to the station stored in the preset listc) Interrupt traffic report

Skip to next tracka)

3

Press and hold button

Interrupt traffic report

Fast forwarda)

4

Press briefly

Go to the previous stored radio station in the station list or go to the station stored in the preset list Interrupt traffic report

Go to the previous track when pressed within 3s from the change of track, and to the beginning of the track when pressed 3s after track changea)

4

Press and hold button

Interrupt traffic report

Fast rewinda)

5

Press briefly

Interrupt traffic report

without function

5

Turn upwards

Display list of available stations Scroll upwards

Switch to previous tracka)

5

Turn downwards

Display list of available stations Scroll downwards

Skip to next tracka)

6

Press briefly

Call up the main menu

Does not apply for AUX. The sound is turned on again by pressing or turning wheel 2 . Context-dependent selection.

Note ■

The button with the symbol  for voice control is not supported by the device.



Introductory information

9

Operation via the buttons / wheels on the multifunction steering wheel - Telephone menu



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 6.

Items in the MAXI DOT display telephone menu can be operated with the buttons / dials on the multifunction steering wheel. The functions of the menu currently active on the phone can be controlled with the buttons and wheels.

Fig. 5 Multifunction steering wheel: control buttons and wheels Buttons and wheels of the Phone menu Button/wheel » Fig. 5 Action 1

Press briefly

Function MUTE

1

Turn upwards

Increase the volume

1

Turn downwards

Reduce the volume

2

Press briefly

2

Press and hold button

3

Turn up/down

Call list, previous menu item

3

Press briefly

Confirm selected menu item

4

Press briefly

Return to a previous level in the menu

4

Press and hold button

Accept call, end call, entry in the main menu of the telephone, call list, call the dialled contact Reject call, redial last call

Return to Main Menu

Telephone call function in the MAXI DOT display Depending on the context, you can select the following functions: Incoming call ■ ■ ■

 Accept - Answer a call  Reject - Reject a call  Ignore - Ignore a call

Outgoing call ■

 End call - End a call

10

Introductory information

Current call ■ ■ ■

 End call - End a call  Mic. off - Microphone off  Mic. on - Microphone on

Symbols in the MAXI DOT display Symbol

Meaning



Charge status of the phone batterya)



Signal strengtha)



Symbol

a)

Meaning



A phone is connected with the hands-free system.



Missed calls (if there are several missed calls, the number of calls is shown next to the symbol)

Main menu

This function is only supported by some mobile phones.

Call list In the MAXI DOT display, only the call list can be displayed and used. If the call list includes no entries, the following message appears in the MAXI DOT display No entries available. The following symbols are displayed next to each entry in the call list. Symbol

Fig. 6 Main menu Setup

Meaning



Incoming call



Outgoing call



Missed call



Opening the main menu for unit setup SETUP .

› Press the button

Note ■

The button with the symbol  for voice control is not supported by the device.



Device settings



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 11.

Menu items in the main menu for device setup ■ Sound - Sound setup » page 11 ■ Radio setup - Radio settings » page 12 ■ Media - Media settings » page 12 ■ Telephone - Phone settings » page 13 ■ System - System settings » page 13



Introduction Sound settings

This chapter contains information on the following subjects: Main menu Sound settings Radio settings Media settings Telephone settings Device system settings Update Bluetooth® firmware



11 11 12 12 13 13 15

First and foremost, pay attention to the safety instructions » page 4, Important notes.

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 11.

› Press the ■ ■ ■



■ ■ ■

SETUP

→ Sound button.

Bass - Bass setting Mid - Mid-range setting Treble - Treble setting Balance - Sets the balance between the left and right Fader - Sets the balance between the front and the rear Volume - Volume settings ■ Maximum switch-on volume - Volume after switching on ■ Traffic announcement - sets the volume for the Traffic program alerts (TP) Introductory information



11

■ ■



Speed-dependent vol. adjustment - Speed-dependent volume increase AUX volume - Sets playback volume via an external source ■ Quiet - Low volume ■ Medium - Medium volume ■ Loud - High volume Bluetooth audio - Sets the playback volume via Bluetooth® ■ Quiet - Low volume ■ Medium - Medium volume ■ Loud - High volume







1)

SETUP

→ Radio setup.

Radio text - Radio text display on/off Alternative frequency (AF) - Search for alternative frequencies of the station currently being listened to on/off Arrow keys - Sets the station selection function in RADIO mode ■ Station list - Switches all stations currently in range for the selected frequency band ■ Preset list - Switches only stored stations in the selected frequency band RDS regional - Switches the automatic tracking of related regional stations on/ off ■ Fixed - The selected regional station is kept permanently (another regional station must be set manually if signal is lost) ■ Automatic - Automatic tracking of regional stations (the device will automatically switch to another available regional station if reception is lost in the region in question) PTY filter - Selects radio stations by programme type ■ Off - Switches off ■ News - News ■ Music - Music ■ Sport - Sports ■ Culture - Culture ■ Special - Other

Regardless of the setting, the ID3 tag is always displayed in the Audio menu in the MAXI DOT display.

12







The Radio Data System (RDS) is used to transfer additional information. The RDS enables program identification, program type identification (PTY), the reception of traffic reports (TP) or automatic station tracking, for example. If there is sufficient reception, RDS-compatible radio stations will be displayed by station name rather than station frequency. ■ The Alternative frequency (AF) function ensures that the best receivable frequency for the selected station is set automatically. ■ The device may not be fully functional in countries where RDS is not adequately supported. We therefore recommend switching off the RDS regional setting as well as the Alternative frequency (AF) setting, f applicable. Otherwise, these settings can affect the functionality of the radio. ■

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 11.

› Press the button ■ ■

Station list sort - Sorts the sorted stations Default - by the programme identification (PI code) A-Z - In alphabetical order and also based on the frequency number (if the station name changes during the programme, it can be displayed just at the end of the list) Name of station - Displays the station name ■ Variable - Allows changes to the station name ■ Fixed - The station name is fixed (for the A-Z listing) Delete presets - Deletes the stored stations ■ ■

Note

Radio settings





Introductory information



Media settings



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 11.

› Press the button ■ ■ ■ ■

SETUP

→ Media.

Activate AUX - Switches activation of AUX input on/off Mix/Repeat including subfolders - Switches on/off playback of the tracks in Mix and Repeat modes including subfolders Display ID3 tags - Switches on/off display of the artist, album and track name in the device display screen1) Bluetooth audio - Switches on/off activation of the external audio source via  Bluetooth®



Choose Bluetooth player - Selects a Bluetooth® audio device Found devices - Opens a list of paired devices ■ Connect - Connects a paired device without PIN code entry ■ Disconnect - Disconnects the paired device ■ Info - Displays information about the paired device ■ Bluetooth address: ... - Bluetooth ® address ■ Bluetooth name: ... - Name of the paired device ■ Last connection time: ... - Time of the last connection ■ Delete - Deletes the paired device from the list of paired devices ■ Found devices - Displays the list of available external devices with enabled Bluetooth® function that support the A2DP or AVRCP profile1) ■ Connect - Connects to an already paired device or starts the pairing process if the device in question has not yet been paired ■ Disconnect - Disconnects the selected device ■ Search - Searches for available external devices with enabled Bluetooth® functions and activated visibility ■ Visibility - Switches the visibility of the Bluetooth® device on/off for other devices ■ Hidden - Switches visibility off ■ Always visible - Visibility always on ■ At start-up - Turns on visibility for 5 minutes after switching on the ignition or until the driving speed has exceeded 5 km/h ■ Delete all paired devices - Deletes all paired devices

■ ■ ■

■ ■ ■ 



Telephone settings



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 11.

› Press the button ■

1) 2) 3)

SETUP

→ Telephone.

Bluetooth setup - Settings for the Bluetooth® function ■ Found devices - Opens a list of paired devices ■ Connect - Connects a paired device without PIN code entry ■ Disconnect - Disconnects the paired device ■ Profile - Choice of Bluetooth® profiles to be connected ■ All - Connects Bluetooth® profiles HFP2), A2DP and AVRCP1 ) ■ Telephone - Connects only the Bluetooth connection® profile HFP

Info - Displays information about the paired device Bluetooth address: ... - Bluetooth ® address Bluetooth name: ... - Name of the paired device Last connection time: ... - Time of the last connection ■ Delete - Deletes the paired device from the list of paired devices ■ Found devices - Displays the list of available external devices with enabled Bluetooth® function ■ Connect - Connects to an already paired device or starts the pairing process if the device in question has not yet been paired ■ Search - Searches for available external devices with enabled Bluetooth® functions and activated visibility ■ Visibility - Switches on/off the visibility of the hands-free system to other Bluetooth® devices ■ Hidden - Switches visibility off ■ Always visible - Visibility always on ■ At start-up - Turns on visibility for 5 minutes after switching on the ignition or until the driving speed has exceeded 5 km/h ■ Delete all paired devices - Deletes all paired devices Bluetooth - Switch on/off Bluetooth® function Ring tone - Selects the ring tone if the connected mobile phone does not support the in-band ringing function3) Reverse call order - Changes the order in the call list from the oldest to the most recent calls Contacts format - Sets the contact format display ■ Last name First name - Contact display in the order Last name, First name ■ First name Last name - Contact display in the order First name, Last name ■





Device system settings



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 11.

› Press the button

SETUP

→ System.



A2DP and AVRCP are Bluetooth® profiles that support multimedia functions. HFP is a Bluetooth® profile that supports the functionality of the hands-free system. The in-band ringing function makes it possible to use the ring tone of your phone as the ring tone.

Introductory information

13

■ ■





1) 2) 3)

Language - Set the unit language1) Time/date - Time and date settings ■ Time - Time settings ■ Date - Date settings ■ Summer (DST) - Switches summer time adjustment on/off ■ Time format - Sets the time format ■ 24h ■ 12h ■ Date format - sets up the date format ■ DD.MM.YYYY - Day - Month - Year ■ YYYY-MM-DD - Year - Month - Day ■ MM.DD.YYYY - Month - Day - Year Units - Unit settings ■ Distance - Distance units ■ km - Kilometres ■ mi - Miles ■ Temperature - Temperature units ■ °C - Degrees Celsius ■ °F - Degrees Fahrenheit ■ Volume - Volume units ■ l - Litres ■ gall. (UK) - Gallons (UK) ■ gall. (US) - Gallons (US) ■ Speed - Speedunits ■ km/h - Kilometres per hour ■ mph - Miles per hour ■ Consumption - Consumption units ■ l/100km - Litres per 100 kilometres ■ km/l - Kilometres per litre ■ mpg (US) - Miles per gallon (US) ■ mpg (UK) - Miles per gallon (UK) ■ Gas consumption - Gas consumption units ■ kg/100km - Kilograms per 100 km ■ km/kg - Kilometres per kilogram Bluetooth - Activating/deactivating Bluetooth®

The correct display of country-specific characters (e.g. ID3 tag information) can not always be guaranteed. If a sound is currently played from the SD memory card, this function is not active. If a sound is currently played from the USB data carrier, this function is not active.

14

Introductory information



Display - screen setting Brightness - Adjusts the brightness of the screen ■ Brightest - brightest level ■ Brighter - brighter level ■ Medium - medium level ■ Darker - darker level ■ Darkest - darkest level ■ Clock in standby mode - Time display on the screen when the ignition is switched on and the device switched off Remove SD card safely - Safe removal of the SD memory card2) Remove USB device safely - Safe removal of USB device3) Factory settings - Restore to factory settings ■ All - All doors ■ Sound - Sound setup ■ Radio setup - Radio settings ■ Vehicle - Vehicle system settings ■ Telephone - Phone settings ■ Media - Media settings ■ System - System settings ■ Driving profile - Choice of driving mode Display off - Activates/deactivates the screen's power-saving mode, where the screen is black (the screen can be switched on again by pressing any key) System information - Displays system information ■ Software update - Updates the Bluetooth® firmware » page 15 ■ Versions data - Displays version information ■ Bluetooth software: ... - Version of the Bluetooth® firmware ■ Device part number: ... - Part number of the unit ■ Hardware: ... - Version of the hardware used ■ Software version: ... - Version of the software used ■ Copyright - Information on licences and copyrights used ■

■ ■ ■

■ ■



Update Bluetooth® firmware



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 11.

Due to a continuous technological developments, there may be a problem connecting some telephones with the device. In this case, we recommend updating the Bluetooth® firmware. More information on potential updates can be found on the ŠKODA website or from a ŠKODA Partner.

› Extract the contents of the Zip archive containing the update data into the root directory of an empty USB stick, CD or SD memory card.

› Turn on the device and wait about 1 minute, until all functions of the device are ready to use.

› Press the button SETUP → System → System information. › Insert the appropriate data carrier into the device. › Select and confirm the Software update menu item. The display will show information on the software found.

› Confirm the function Start. The update process will be shown in the display. When the update is complete, the display will show the message Software update completed.. If the update fails, the following message appears on the screen: Error: software download. Please restart the download. The update must be repeated.



Introductory information

15

Symbol

Audio Radio



Introduction

a)

This chapter contains information on the following subjects: Main menu Find and store radio station Select frequency band and radio station Switching traffic programme TP on/off

Meaning



Radio station from the station list is a station from the preset list



Auto-play function for available radio stations for 10 seconds

PTY (programme type) - Refers to the type of the programme transmitted by the radio station.

Find and store radio station

16 16 17 18



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 16.

If no memory group is displayed for the frequency bands,

First and foremost, pay attention to the safety instructions » page 4, Important notes.

› press the

The device allows reception of radio stations in from FM or AM frequency ranges as well as additional information from RDS broadcasts in the FM range.

Station searches are affected by selection of the PTY filter » page 12 and by switching on/off of the TP function.

Main menu



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 16.

Accessing radio mode in main menu RADIO button.

› Press the

Meaning



Sound is muted



Traffic information station

 



RADIO

button → menu button 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5.

Search options TP - Switches traffic programme on/off » page 18 Manual - Manual station search Scan - Successive play of all receivable stations in the current frequency band or the current station buttons for five seconds each ■ OK - Stops auto-play function at the current radio station ■ Skip - Selects another radio station ■ Auto store - Automatic station search

■ ■ ■

Manual station search Pressing the Manual button starts a manual station search.

The most recently tuned radio station plays. Symbols in the display Symbol



Station without traffic information

,  ,  , 

Currently selected frequency band and memory group

a)

Radio station is selected based on desired station topic » page 12, Radio settings

Manual tuning is performed by turning the menu button 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5 or the keys   . Pressing the OK button stops the manual station search at the currently tuned radio station. Automatic station search Pressing the Auto store key starts an automatic station search. Auto store... is displayed on the device display screen when searching and storing. At the end of the automatic search, the five radio stations with the strongest sig nal are stored in the memory group for the current frequency band.

16

Audio

If some radio stations have already been stored under the station buttons, then these station buttons will be overwritten with newly located stations after the automatic station search.

Pressing the RADIO button and the corresponding key → 3 » Fig. 1 on page 5 of the storage group

Store station Set the desired radio station and press and hold the corresponding key 3 » Fig. 1 on page 5 until a beep is heard. The station is stored in the device memory and its name appears above the corresponding key 3 .

repeatedly pressing the group changes.

Select frequency band and radio station

or



RADIO

button switches the device between each memory

Press the menu button 2 to confirm the selected memory group. Select radio stations Depending on the Arrow keys » page 12, Radio settings settings, the device sets to a radio station in the current frequency range from the following list: ■ ■

List of available stations List of stations stored in the device memory

Briefly pressing the button radio station.



or



switches the device to the previous or next

Pressing and holding the button  or and stops at the next radio station



starts a search in the selected direction

or turning the menu button 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5 switches the device to the previous or next radio station. Pressing menu button 2 selects the set station. Five presets are available in each memory group. The station name and programme type transmitted by the radio station according to PTY 1) is displayed. If the station is stored in the device memory, then the symbol  is also displayed. The unit will automatically search for radio stations if no list of available stations is present. Fig. 7 Main menu/selecting the frequency band



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 16.

Selecting a frequency band The device can receive the frequencies FM (memory groupsFM1 and FM2) and AM (memory groupsAM1 and AM2). 1)

PTY (programme type) - Refers to the type of the programme transmitted by the radio station.

Audio

17



CD SD memory card Bluetooth® player USB and AUX inputs

Switching traffic programme TP on/off



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 16.

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Some radio stations transmit traffic information. The device is capable of transmitting these traffic reports.

First and foremost, pay attention to the safety instructions » page 4, Important notes.

› Press the

The device allows you to play audio files in various formats and to connect different source types » page 19.

RADIO

button → menu button 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5 → TP.

Screen display Availability of traffic monitoring is shown on the display by the symbol  in conjunction with the station name (for example, from the station or preset lists).

When the source has been connected, the device starts to automatically play audio files in alphabetical order.

If the radio station does not broadcast traffic reports, or if no traffic stations can be found (due to a general radio reception interruption, for example), then the symbol   is displayed.

WARNING Never place external sources on the console panel. They could be thrown into the passenger compartment during sudden driving manoeuvres, thereby injuring the occupants. ■ Never place external sources close to the airbags. They could be thrown into the passenger compartment when the airbags are deployed, injuring the occupants. ■ Never hold external sources in your hand or on your knees while driving. They could be thrown into the passenger compartment during sudden driving manoeuvres, thereby injuring the occupants. ■ Always route the connection cable for the external source such that it does not restrict you when driving. ■

If the set radio station does not support traffic reports,  then an appropriate station is automatically set in the background to enable traffic reports to be continuously received. The device functions in the same way for the selected frequency range. While playing in Media mode, the last selected radio station continues to be received in the background if it supports traffic information. Interrupting/stopping the traffic programme When the traffic programme is being received, Traffic announcement is displayed on the device display screen with the following options: ■ ■

TP off - Ends the traffic announcement currently being played Cancel - Switch off the traffic programme function



Media



Note

Introduction

See the owner's manual of the specific manufacturer for instructions on operating the external source.

This chapter contains information on the following subjects: Select source Sources and file formats supported Operation Setting additional functions

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CAUTION Do not store any important data on CDs, Bluetooth® players, SD memory cards or connected external sources. ŠKODA assumes no responsibility for lost or damaged files or connected devices.

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Select source

Symbols in the display Symbol

Importance



Sound is muted



A CD is inserted in the device drive



Displays a connected Bluetooth® device Repeat track or folder

/ 

Random play

 ,  ,  ,  ,  

Currently selected audio source Auto-play function for 10 seconds



Sources and file formats supported



First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnon page 18. ings

Supported sources SD memory card SD, SDHC, SDXC

Fig. 8 Main menu/CD mode



First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 18.

Accessing main menu in media mode › Press the button MEDIA . Selecting the audio source ■ CD - Changes to an inserted CD » page 21 ■ SD - Changes to an inserted SD memory card1) » page 22 ■ USB - Changes to a connected external audio source at the USB input1) » page 23 ■ AUX - Changes to an external audio source connected to the AUX input » page 23 ■ BT - Changes to a connected external audio source via Bluetooth®1) » page 23

1)

CD drive

Audio CD (up to 80 min), CD-R and CD-RW (with a capacity of up to 700 MB)

USB devices

USB stick, USB MP3 player, HDD (without special software)

Other external sources

Portable playback devices with AUX connection, MTP (MSC) players, Bluetooth® players

At the time of publication, the device has been tested with most products and media available in the various markets. However, it is possible that some devices, media or files will be unreadable or unplayable. Supported files Audio files Codec type (file formats) File suffix Playlists

MPEG-1/2 (layer 3)

Windows Media Audio 7, 8, 9 and 10

mp3

wma m3u, pls, wpl, m3u8; asx



Operating an external audio source is possible only with certain restrictions and depends on the type of connected device.

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A list of keys 3 is displayed in the menu of the audio source currently being played after the menu button 2 is turned.

The name of the artist, the album and the title of the played file can be displayed if the information is available as a so-called ID3 tag. If no ID3 tag is available, only the folder name is displayed.

■ ■

To ensure good quality sound, we recommend a minimum compressed bitrate of 160 kb/s for MP3 files. For audio files with variable bitrates, the indicated remaining playback time does not correspond to the actual remaining playback time.

Play - Plays the current track Up - Returns to a higher level

Press menu button 2 to start playback of the current track or to open the current folder.

WMA files can only be played when not copyrighted by DRM. These kinds of WMA files are not supported by the device.

Button

Action

The more files, folders or playlists on one source, the longer it will take to read the source. It is a good idea to create subfolders with files (e.g. by artist or album names) in order to save time.

Press briefly

Source properties Specifications USB 1.x and 2.x or higher with support for USB 2.x for USB sour- (data transfer speed then corresponds to the maximum speed ces of USB 2.x) Max. speed of 480 Mb/s File system

SD memory card

FAT16, VFAT, FAT32, exFat

USB devices

FAT16, VFAT, FAT32

CD Specification for the Bluetooth ® audio source File properties Bitrate Sampling rate

Action Press briefly Press and hold button Button / Action

It is also possible to change tracks using the keys 3 » Fig. 1 on page 5 from within the menu of the audio source currently being played.

Go to the start of the previous track if the track has been playing for less than 3 seconds Fast-reverse of the track Function Go to the start of the next track Fast-forward of the track Function Play/pause: the play function is stopped at the current position and the symbol changes to  - after repressing, the play function will continue from this position.

Button 

max. 320 kb/s max. 48 kHz

Function Go to the start of the track being played if the track has been playing for more than 3 seconds



Press briefly

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 18.

Audio

Button

Profile A2DP, AVRCP

The  and  buttons always affect the audio source currently being listened to, regardless of the menu being used.

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Press and hold button

ISO9660, Joliet (Level 1,2,3), UDF 1.x, UDF 2.x

Operation





Action



Press briefly Press and hold button

Function Go to the start of the track being played if the track has been playing for more than 3 seconds Go to the start of the previous track if the track has been playing for less than 3 seconds Fast-reverse of the track

Button  Action Press briefly Press and hold button

Function Go to the start of the next track Fast-forward of the track



Button  Action

Inserting

› With the labelled side facing up, insert a CD into the CD slot

12 » Fig. 1 on page 5 until it is automatically drawn in. The play function will start automatically.

Function

Press briefly

Scrolling down in folders

Ejecting

Button  Action

› Press the

Function

Press briefly

Scrolling up in folders









MEDIA

→ menu knob 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5.

TP - Switches traffic programme on/off  - Displays the artist, album and track name from ID3 tag1) Repeat - Sets repeat play ■ Off - Switches repeat function off ■ Track - Repeats the current track ■ Folder - Repeats all tracks in folder Mix - Random play ■ Off - Random play function off ■ All - Sets random playback of all tracks on the current audio source ■ Folder - Repeats all tracks in folder Scan - Consecutive playback of the tracks for 10 seconds ■ OK - Stops auto-play function at the current track ■ Skip - Selects another track ■ Cancel - Changes to the track played originally

CD



First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 18.

The device can be used to play audio files saved on a CD. The internal drive can only be used to play audioCDs (CD-A), CD-Rs and CD-RWs. 1)

The CD player is a laser product. On the manufacturing date, this unit was classified as a class 1 laser product in accordance with the national/international standards DIN EN 60825-1: 2008-05 and DHHS Rules 21 CFR, Subchapter J classified as a class 1 laser product. The laser beam used in this class 1 laser product is so weak that it poses no risk when operated correctly. This product is designed such that the laser beam is restricted to the inside of the device. However, this does not mean that the integrated laser could be classified as a higher class laser product were the housing to be removed. For this reason, never remove the housing from the device.

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 18.

› Press the button ■ ■

button – the CD is ejected.

WARNING

Setting additional functions





If the ejected CD is not removed within 10 seconds, it is retracted again for safety reasons. The play function will not start automatically.

CAUTION Never place DVDs into the internal drive, as this may cause irreparable damage to the device. ■ Never insert CDs with the designation “Do not insert in drives without a drawer” into the internal drive or use “EcoDiscs” in the internal drive. ■ After pressing the  button , there is a delay of a few seconds before the CD is ejected. During this time, the barrier to the CD slot is open. ■ Be sure to wait until the CD has been fully ejected before you try to insert a new CD. Failure to do so can cause damage to the device drive. ■ If the CD has mechanical damage, is not readable or is inserted incorrectly, the following message is displayed: CD functionality is restricted. Check the CD and insert it properly into the drive. If the message is displayed again, try using another CD or visit a specialist garage if necessary. ■ If the inside temperature of the device is too high, no CDs will be accepted. The device switches to the last active operating mode. ■ Never use liquids such as benzine, paint thinner or record cleaner to clean the  surface of the CD, as this may cause damage. ■



If there are no artist, album and track names available in the file being played, the folder or file name is displayed.

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■ ■ ■

Never expose the CD to direct sunlight. Only write on the CD with appropriate writing tools. Do not stick anything to the CD!

Note Poor or unpaved road surfaces and severe vibrations may cause the CD to jump. Damp (condensation) may affect the device in cold weather or after showers. This can lead to playback jumps or impair the play function. In such cases, wait until the moisture has dissipated. ■ If a CD is dirty, it should never be cleaned using a circular motion, but rather from the inside out. Use a soft, lint-free cloth for cleaning. In the case of heavy contamination, we recommend cleaning the CD with a standard CD cleaner and leaving to dry. ■ In certain circumstances, CDs protected by copyright or self-made CD-Rs and CD-RWs may not play, or may only play to a limited extent. ■ The national copyright laws that apply in your country must be observed. ■ The CD player does not include any parts that need to be serviced or repaired. In  the case of a defective CD player, please visit a specialist garage. ■



SD memory card



First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnon page 18. ings

It may not be possible to play some or all files on the SD memory card, or their playback may be limited.

CAUTION Only use one-part SD memory cards. If using an SD memory card with an adapter (multipart SD memory cards), vehicle vibrations can cause the SD memory card can fall out of the adapter while driving, and individual card parts can remain stuck in the device. ■ We recommend using SD memory cards of class 4 and higher. This guarantees the fastest possible access to the audio files. ■ Always store the SD cards in suitable cases to protect them from dirt, dust and other forms of damage. ■

Bluetooth® player



Removing an SD memory card › Press the SETUP button → System → Remove SD card safely. › Press the inserted SD memory card. The SD memory card moves into the eject position. SD memory card empty or data not readable If an SD memory card is inserted and no data or no legible data has been stored on the card, the device will not be switched to the SD memory card mode after loading. Due to differing quality requirements from different card manufacturers, it is not always possible to guarantee the playback from SD memory cards.

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First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 18.

Audio files can be played and managed on the device via the A2DP and AVRCP Bluetooth® player profiles (audio streaming). Conditions for successful connection and playback.  

The device can be used to play audio files saved on an SD memory card. Inserting an SD memory card › Push the SD memory card into the memory card slot 14 with the cut-off edge to the front right until it “locks into place” » Fig. 1 on page 5. The play function will start automatically.



The Bluetooth® player must be paired with your device » page 27. The audio files must have one of the supported formats » page 19.

Note Bluetooth profiles A2DP and AVRCP (1.0 - 1.3) are supported. We recommend adjusting the volume on the portable player to the maximum level. ■ The supported playback functions depend on the type of Bluetooth® player being used.

■ ■



USB hubs are not supported.

USB and AUX inputs

CAUTION Fig. 9 USB and AUX inputs

The AUX input must only be used for audio sources!

Note If an external audio source is connected to the AUX input, which is equipped with an adapter for external power supply, the sound may be impaired. This depends on the quality of the adapter which is used. ■ See the owner's manual of the specific manufacturer for operating the external audio source. ■ Some devices connected by USB can be charged via the device. ■



First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnon page 18. ings

The MDI inputs (USBand AUX) are located above the storage compartment at the front of the centre console » Fig. 9. The device can be used to play audio files from sources connected via these inputs, either directly or via a connection cable available from ŠKODA original accessories. Adjusting the playback volume of the source The playback volume of the source can be adjusted by turning the



knob.

Depending on the connected source, the output volume can be adjusted at this source » page 11, Sound settings. AUX input External audio sources connected to the AUX input cannot be operated from your device. The standard 3.5-mm jack plug is used for the AUX input. If the external audio source does not have this jack plug, you must use an adapter . USB input External audio sources connected to the USB input cannot be operated from your device. Before removing the USBdevice, proceed as follows:

› Press the

SETUP

button → System → Remove USB device safely.

Do not use USB extension cables or adapters. This can impair the functioning of the connected source.

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WARNING

Communication Telephones and two-way radio systems



Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects: Main menu Error messages Phonebox

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First and foremost, pay attention to the safety instructions » page 4, Important notes. The Telephone menu is available when the following conditions are met: The ignition is switched on. The Bluetooth® function on the device is switched on.

 

ŠKODA permits the operation of mobile phones and two-way radio systems with a professionally installed external aerial and a maximum transmission power of up to 10 watts. Please ask at a specialist workshop about installing and operating mobile phones and two-way radio systems that have a transmission power of more than 10 W. Operating mobile phones or two-way radio systems may interfere with the functionality of the electronic systems in your vehicle. The reasons for this are as follows:

› no external aerial; › incorrectly installed external aerial; › transmission power greater than 10 watts. After the device is switched on, the system attempts to connect to the most recently connected mobile phone1).

1)

With some phones, it is necessary to set the connection to the device as "authorised" in order for the automatic connection to be successful. If this is not set, the system will prompt you for a confirmation each time you attempt to connect to the mobile phone.

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The national legal regulations for using a mobile phone in a vehicle must be observed. ■ If a mobile phone or a two-way radio system is operated in a vehicle without an external aerial or with an incorrectly installed external aerial, this can increase the strength of the electromagnetic field inside the vehicle. ■ Two-way radio systems, mobile phones or mounts must not be installed on airbag covers or within the immediate deployment range of the airbags. ■ Never leave a mobile phone on a seat, on the dash panel or in any area where it can become a projectile during a sudden braking manoeuvre, an accident or a collision — risk of injury. ■ The Bluetooth® function must be switched off by a specialist workshop before the vehicle is transported by air. ■

CAUTION The range of the Bluetooth® connection to the hands-free system is restricted to the vehicle interior. The range is dependent on local conditions, e.g. obstacles between the devices and mutual interferences with other devices. If your mobile phone is in a jacket pocket, for example, this can lead to difficulties when establishing a connection with the hands-free-system or transferring data.

Note We recommend that the installation of mobile phones and two-way radio systems in a vehicle be carried out by a specialist garage.



Symbol

Main menu

a)

Meaning



Missed call



Current call

This function is only supported by some mobile phones.

If no mobile phone is connected to the hands-free system, the message Please connect a mobile telephone. is displayed. » page 26, Connecting the mobile telephone to the hands-free system



Error messages



Fig. 10 Main menu



First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 24.

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings on page 24.

If there are problems with the availability of the network or with the Bluetooth® function, the following messages appear on the device display screen.

Call up the main menu › Press the button TELEPHONE .

Message

If a mobile phone is connected to the hands-free system, the telephone mode main menu is displayed » Fig. 10. Functions in the Telephone main menu ■ Dial - Direct entry of a phone number » page 29 ■ Contacts - Displays the phone book » page 30 ■ Calls - Displays the call list » page 31 ■ Redial - Redials the last outgoing call » page 31 The display shows the name of the mobile phone service provider1), the name of the connected phone and various symbols. Symbol

1)

Provider unknown

Network search

The mobile phone searches for available GSM networks.

No network

The mobile phone is not connected to the GSM network.

Rejected by network

The mobile phone network operator has rejected the connection (e.g. not enough mobile phone credit, SIM card blocked, roaming not available).

Bluetooth off. Do you want to switch it on?

Bluetooth® is switched off in the Setup menu. Select Yes to switch Bluetooth® on.

Telephone function deactivated.

Bluetooth® was switched off in a specialist garage using a diagnostic device. 

Meaning



Charge status of the phone batterya)



Signal strength

a)



Roaming (before the name of the mobile network provider)a)



Displays a connected Bluetooth® device

Meaning The name and code number of the mobile phone network operator are unknown or are not offered by the mobile phone.

In some cases, the name of the network operator may be replaced by an international identification number.

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Message Internal Bluetooth module not working.

A Bluetooth® errora).

Please switch on the ignition to use telephone functions.

The phone function is not available because the ignition is off. Switch on the ignition.

Telephone is currently not available \nbecause an update is active.

The phone function is not available because Bluetooth® is being updated.

Battery of the device … is almost run down.

Warning prior to switching off the mobile phone due to a dead battery.

a)

Inserting the mobile phone into the Phonebox A in the direction of the arrow, and open the storage compartment. › Place the mobile phone in the storage compartment B with its back on the induction panel. › Press on the edge of the lid A in the opposite direction from the arrow, and close the storage compartment» .

Meaning

By removing the ignition key, the Bluetooth® function is reset to the initial settings after approximately 2 minutes. The function should be restored after carrying out this step.

› Press on the edge of the lid

The Phonebox cannot be used as an alternative to connecting the mobile phone with the device.

WARNING 

For safety reasons, the storage compartment must always be closed when driving.

Phonebox

Note ■ Protective cases or cases around the mobile phone placed in the storage compartment may interfere with the phone signal strength. ■ Metallic objects such as coins or keys under the mobile phone can affect the phone signal strength.



Connecting the mobile telephone to the hands-free system Fig. 11 Phonebox



First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnon page 24. ings

At the bottom of the storage compartment in the front center console is an induction plate connected to a GSM roof antenna roof - the Phonebox. Function When the mobile phone is inserted into the Phonebox, the phone signal increases in strength by about 20%. This reduces the level of phone battery discharge and the electromagnetic radiation inside the vehicle.



Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects: Pairing process from the hands-free system Pairing from the mobile phone Fast connection to another paired mobile phone Automatic connection Disconnection

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First and foremost, pay attention to the safety instructions » page 4, Important notes. To connect a mobile phone with the hands-free system, the two devices must be  paired.

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The pairing can be initiated from the hands-free system as well as from the mobile phone.

Pairing process from the hands-free system



Prerequisites for successful pairing:        

The ignition is switched on. The Bluetooth® function for the hands-free system is switched on » page 13. The Bluetooth® function for the mobile phone is switched on. The visibility of the hands-free system is switched on » page 13. The visibility of the mobile phone is switched on. During the pairing process, no other mobile phone may be connected with the hands-free system. The devices are paired with each other » page 26. When pairing from the mobile phone, follow the instructions in the owner's manual of the mobile phone.

› Press the

a) b)

Meaning

 

Bluetooth® players (Bluetooth® profiles A2DP and AVRCP)b)

2 » Fig. 1 on

page 5. › Confirm the function Connect.

If the desired mobile phone is not found in the list of Bluetooth® devices, or if the No contact available message appears, confirm the function Search and wait until the system has finished searching. The search can be cancelled by pressing the BACK button. A list will be displayed showing the devices that were found before the search was cancelled. If the mobile phone supports the Bluetooth® profiles A2DP or AVRCP, the message Do you want to connect the audio profile? appears on the screen, along with the possible functions1). ■ Yes - The Bluetooth® profiles A2DP and AVRCP are connected, allowing the playback of audio files from the mobile phone ■ No - The A2DP and AVRCP profiles are not connected The device can pair several Bluetooth® players, but only one player can be connected to the device.

HFP is a Bluetooth® profile that supports the functionality of the hands-free system. A2DP and AVRCP are Bluetooth® profiles that support multimedia functions.

Note any pairing requests shown in the Bluetooth® player.

Note The maximum number of connected devices is 20 If a new device is paired after the maximum number has been reached, the paired device that was least recently used will be automatically deleted.

button → Telephone → Bluetooth setup → Found devices.

› Select the mobile phone for pairing by turning the menu button

Possible symbols for found or paired devices Devices that support the functionality of the hands-free system (Bluetooth® profile HFP)a)

SETUP

If the desired mobile phone is found in the list of Bluetooth® devices, then proceed as follows.

The hands-free system is indicated as SKODA_BT_... in the Bluetooth® device to be connected. ... is replaced with the last four symbols of the VIN code of your vehicle. You can change the name of the hands-free system. Symbol

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 26.

The following messages will be displayed on the device display screen, depending on the type of mobile phone: 6-digit PIN code and the possible functions: 

■ ■

Accept - Accepts the displayed PIN code Cancel - Cancels the pairing process

or

1)



This selection is ignored by some mobile phones, and the A2DP and AVRCP profiles are connected automatically by them.

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4-digit PIN code1) and the possible functions: ■ ■



Fast connection to another paired mobile phone

Accept - Accepts the displayed PIN code Change - To change the PIN code manually ■ Turn the menu button 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5 to navigate within the number field, and press the menu button 2 to confirm the number selection. ■ Delete - Deletes mistyped PIN code number ■ OK - Accepts the entered PIN code Cancel - Cancels the pairing process

If the hands-free system appears on the display of the mobile phone, enter the PIN within 30 seconds and wait, until the pairing is complete.



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 26.

If you want to connect the device to another paired mobile phone, the existing connection does not have to be terminated. The connection to the existing mobile phone is automatically terminated by connecting to another mobile phone.

› Press the 

PHONE

button in the Telephone main menu.

A list of up to four previously connected mobile phones will appear.

› Select the mobile phone to be connected with the hands-free system by confirming the corresponding function key 3 » Fig. 1 on page 5.

Pairing from the mobile phone



The on-screen message Replace the connection with … with a new connection with …? must be confirmed in order to ensure that the connection is established successfully.

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 26.

Pairing › Have the mobile phone search for available Bluetooth® devices 2). › Select the hands-free system in the list of Bluetooth® devices.

› If the desired mobile phone does not appear in the list press the Search key and

The following messages will be displayed on the device display screen, depending on the type of mobile phone:

› Confirm the connection by selecting Connect.

search for paired devices.

› Select the desired phone from the resulting list of paired devices by turning the menu button 2 .

If the desired mobile phone did not appear in the list of the four previously connected mobile phones and is not in the resulting list of paired devices, then the mobile phone must be paired with the device » page 27.

6-digit PIN code and the possible functions: ■ ■

Accept - Accepts the displayed PIN code Cancel - Cancels the pairing process

or Screen for entering the PIN code1 ) and the possible functions: ■ ■

OK - Accepts the entered PIN code Delete - Changes the entered PIN code

If the hands-free system appears on the display of the mobile phone, confirm the pairing request and wait until the pairing is complete.

1) 2)

The newly entered PIN code must contain between 4 and 16 digits. The same PIN code must be entered on both the hands-free system and the mobile phone. The hands-free system is indicated as SKODA_BT_... in the Bluetooth® device to be connected. ... is replaced with the last four symbols of the VIN code of your vehicle. You can change the name of the hands-free system.

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Telephone functions

Automatic connection



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 26.



This chapter contains information on the following subjects:

After the device is switched on, the system attempts to connect1) to the most recently connected mobile phone 2). If the connection cannot be established, the system will then attempt to connect to other previously connected phones one by one.

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Enter a phone number Contact list call lists Redialling the previous outgoing call Telephone call

The message Automatic connection... appears on the screen during the automatic connection process. If the phone was found, the following message appears on the screen:

Conditions for successfully making telephone calls  The ignition is switched on.  The mobile phone is connected to the hands-free system.

Connection successful Telephone connected If the phone was not found, the message Please connect a mobile telephone. appears on the screen.

Introduction





Enter a phone number

Disconnection



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 26.

The connection of a mobile phone to the device can be disconnected in one of the following ways.

› By removing the ignition key (or switching off the ignition and opening the driver's door in vehicles with the KESSY system).

› By disconnecting the hands-free system or switching off the Bluetooth® function on the mobile phone.

Fig. 12 Entering a phone number

› By switching off the Bluetooth® function on the device » page 13. › By disconnecting or deleting the paired device from the list of paired devices » page 13.





First read and observe the introductory information given on page 29.

› Press the button 1) 2)

PHONE

→ Dial.



Provided that the ignition and the Bluetooth® function are switched on. With some phones, it is necessary to set the connection to the device as "authorised" in order for the automatic connection to be successful. If this is not set, the system will prompt you for a confirmation each time you attempt to connect to the mobile phone.

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A screen appears to enter the phone number » Fig. 12.

Before a contact list is available, the message No contact available appears on the screen.

Select the digit or character by turning the menu button 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5. Move within the telephone number using the function  or .

If the contact memory is full, the download process is terminated and the message Contact memory is full. appears on the screen. Only the already downloaded contacts will be available.

Select the function Delete to delete the digit or character left from the underscore.

Newly saved contacts or any changes to these contacts are only shown once the update process is complete.

Confirm the digit or character by pressing the menu knob 2 .

Select the function Call to dial the phone number you entered.



If an error occurs while downloading the contact list, the message Contact list download failed. appears on the screen. The update can be started manually with the function Update.

Contact list

Symbols next to the contacts If a contact has several phone numbers, some of the following symbols may appear next to the contact name. Symbol

Fig. 13 Searching the contact list



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 29.

› Press the button

PHONE

→ Contacts.

Downloading and updating the contact list Up to 2000 contacts can be downloaded to the device from the connected mobile phone. Each contact can contain up to 5 numbers. When the mobile phone is first connected to the hands-free system, the system begins to download the contacts list from the phone and SIM card 1) into the device memory. The next time the mobile phone connects to the hands-free system, the contact list will merely be updated.

1)

Some mobile phones do not support downloading of contacts from the SIM card.

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Meaning



Mobile phone



Landline



Home



Business



Fax



A contact downloaded from the SIM card of the mobile phone

Press the menu knob 2 » Fig. 1 on page 5 to display additional phone numbers of the contact and the following functions. ■ ■

Call - Dials the phone number Edit - Allows you to edit the phone number before dialling (e.g. by adding the international dialling code before the phone number); changes are not stored

Searching for contacts and dialling  - Search for contacts beginning with a Latin character  - Search for contacts beginning with a Cyrillic character # - Search for contacts beginning with a special character ■ Update - Starts updating the phone book ■ Call - Dials the phone number ■ ■ ■



After selecting a function, for example, search for contacts that beginning with a Latin character, the corresponding menu appears with functions » Fig. 13 . If you want to find, for example, contacts beginning with the letter , press the key 3 with the function  » Fig. 13 three times.

Telephone call 

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 29.

› Press the button

PHONE

Depending on the context, you can select the following functions: Outgoing call

→ Calls.



Functions in the call list ■ All - List of all calls ■ Missed - Missed calls ■ Received - Answered calls ■ Dialled - Outgoing calls ■ Call - Call the selected contact Symbols in the call list Symbol 

Missed call



Answered call



Outgoing call

› Press

■ ■ ■



2)

DTMF - Enter key tone (DTMF), e.g. to check voicemail or use an automated telephone service (call centre) during a call Contacts - Opens the phone book ■ Send - Sends key tone (DTMF) Contacts - Displays phone book Mic. off - Switches off microphone or switches on by re- pressing (the symbol on the device screen  represents the deactivated microphone) Mobile/Handsfree - Transfers sound from the speakers into the mobile phone or back into the speaker for the hands-free system2) End call - End a call ■



■ ■ ■ ■

Error messages during phone conversations Message

button → Redial

The last outgoing call is dialled.

1)

Accept - Answers the incoming call Ignore - Ignores the incoming call and return to the last selected device mode1) (the ringtone is muted, but carries on running in the background) Reject - Rejects incoming call

Current call Meaning

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 29. PHONE

End call - Ends the call

Incoming call

Redialling the previous outgoing call



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 29.

The contact name or phone number of the person calling or being called are displayed on the device display screen during the telephone conversation, along with the call duration.

call lists







No service

Meaning

The service is not available.

Number invalid

A wrong number.

No connection

The phone line is unavailable.



Press the PHONE button to return to telephone mode and accept or reject an incoming call. Some mobile phones may be disconnected from the hands-free system by switching the sound. After the call, the mobile phone must be connected again with the hands-free system.

Communication

31

Message Engaged User not responding Number barred

32

Communication

Meaning The called party is busy. The called party does not answer. The called party is currently unavailable.



Selecting driving mode

Vehicle systems Vehicle settings



Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects: Selecting driving mode Driving assistants Deactivating traction control (ASR) Stabilisation control (ESC) Speed limit for winter tyres Lights Vision Opening and closing Seats Setting Climatronic Auxiliary heating and ventilation Vehicle status Details of the multifunction display Service Resetting to factory settings

33 34 35 35 35 35 35 36 36 36 37 37 38 38 38

Fig. 14 Button for selecting the driving mode Octavia, Octavia Combi / Octavia RS, Octavia Combi RS



The menu for selecting the driving mode allows you to set the vehicle to one of the three preset driving modes (Normal, Sport and Eco), or to the Individual driving mode, which allows customised settings to be applied. If a driving mode other than Normal is selected, then the symbol  or  » Fig. 14 lights up on the button. Call up the main menu

› Press the button  or  » Fig. 14.

First and foremost, pay attention to the safety instructions » page 4, Important notes.



Normal - Activates Normal mode Info - Displays the mode settings Sport - Activates Sport mode ■ Info - Displays the mode settings Eco - Activates the fuel-saving mode ■ Info - Displays the mode settings Individual - Activates the Individual mode ■ Settings - Individual settings ■ Steering action - Sets the power steering characteristics ■ Normal - Normal ■ Sport - Sports ■ Engine - Sets the engine (drive) characteristics ■ Normal - Normal ■ Sport - Sports ■ Eco - Economical ■



Settings relating to the vehicle systems can only be made when the ignition is switched on.



Note The individual systems are described in the » Vehicle Owner's Manual. ■ For safety reasons, if any system functions are disabled, then some functions, such as parts of the ESC system, are automatically enabled again after switching the ignition off and on.

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.







Vehicle systems



33











ACC driving programme - Sets the vehicle acceleration when adaptive cruise control is activated ■ Normal - Normal ■ Sport - Sports ■ Eco - Economical Advanced FrontLighting System (AFS) - Sets the characteristics of the adaptive headlights ■ Normal - Normal ■ Sport - Sports ■ Eco - Economical Air conditioning - Sets the characteristics of Climatronic ■ Normal - Normal ■ Eco - Economical Reset - Sets the mode to Normal

Parking assistance: Explanation of graphic A Obstacle detected in the scanned area (the vehicle can still continue to travel in the direction of the obstacle) B Obstacle detected in the collision area (do not continue to drive in the direction of the obstacle) More information on the parking assistance can be found in the » Vehicle Owner's Manual, chapter Assistance systems.

› Press the button ■

Note If the device is not operated for longer than 10 seconds in the "Select driving mode" main menu, it will switch to the most recently selected menu or switch itself off.

■ 

Driving assistants



Fig. 15 Parking assistance: illustrations

1)

This can be set in the menu on vehicles with a travel mode option » page 33, Selecting driving mode .

34

Vehicle systems

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

CAR

→ Assistants.

Front Assist - Sets the assistant for distance monitoring to the vehicles ahead ■ Active - Activate/deactivate the assistant ■ Advance warning - Activate/deactivate advance warning ■ Display distance warning - Activate/deactivate distance warnings ACC (adaptive cruise control) - Sets the adaptive cruise control ■ Distance - Sets the distance monitoring to the vehicles ahead ■ Very close - Very small distance ■ Close - Small distance ■ Medium - Medium distance ■ Far - Large distance ■ Very far - Very large distance ■ Last distance selected - Last selected distance on/off ■ Driving programme - Sets the vehicle acceleration when adaptive cruise control is active1) ■ Normal - Normal ■ Sport - Sports ■ Eco - Economical Park Assist - Sets the park assistance ■ Front volume - Adjusts the volume of the front sensors ■ Front tone setting - Adjusts the tone of the front sensors ■ Rear volume - Adjusts the volume of the rear sensors ■ Rear tone setting - Adjusts the tone of the rear sensors ■ Audio lowering - Lowers the volume ■ Off - No lowering of the volume ■ Light - Light lowering of the volume ■ Medium - Medium lowering of the volume ■ Strong - Strong lowering of the volume 

■ ■

ProActive passenger protection - Activate/deactivate proactive passenger protection Fatigue detection - Activate/deactivate the driver alert system

Lights 

Deactivating traction control (ASR)



CAR



Stabilisation control (ESC)



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press button ■ ■ ■

CAR

→ Stabilisation control (ESC)1).

Activated - Switch on all components of the ESC system ASR off - Switch off the ASR system ESC Sport - activation of ESC Sport

■ 



Speed limit for winter tyres





First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the button ■ ■

CAR

→ Winter tyres limit.

Light Assist - Sets the light assist Switch-on time - Sets the sensibility of the light sensor against the change in intensity of the ambient light ■ Early - High sensibility ■ Medium - Medium sensibility ■ Late - Low sensibility ■ Head Light Assist - Switch on/off the head light assist ■ Automatic headlight control (rain) - Activate/deactivate automatic headlight control in rain ■ Daytime running lights - Activate/deactivate daytime running lights ■ Lane change flash - Activate/deactivate lane change flashing ■ Travel mode - Travel mode on/off ■ Left-hand traffic - For left-hand traffic ■ Right-hand traffic - For right-hand traffic Interior lighting - Sets the interior lighting ■ Instrument lighting - Sets the brightness of the instrument/switch lighting ■ Footwell light - Sets the brightness of the footwell light Coming home - Activates/deactivates the function and sets the illumination period after leaving the vehicle (5-30 seconds) Leaving home - Activates/deactivates the function and sets the illumination pe riod after locking the vehicle (5-30 seconds)



Note

1)

→ Lights.

Vision

Winter tyres warning - Switches the winter tyres warning function on/off Warning at: ... km/h - Sets the speed for the warning

This function is, for example, used for winter tyres where the maximum permissible speed is lower than the maximum speed of the vehicle.

CAR



button → ASR off - Switches deactivation of traction control

(ASR) on/off.

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the button ■

First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the button

CAR

→ Vision.





Applies to vehicles with the function ESC sport.

Vehicle systems

35



Mirrors - Adjusts the mirrors Synchronous mirror adjustment - Activate/deactivate synchronous mirror adjustment ■ Lowering in reverse - Activates/deactivates the lowering of the front passenger mirror when reversing ■ Fold in while parking - Activate/deactivate folding the mirror via the remote control or by using the sensor in the handle (KESSY) Wipers - Adjusts the windscreen wipers ■ Automatic wiping in rain - Activate/deactivate automatic windscreen wiping in rain ■ Automatic rear wiper - Activate/deactivate automatic rear window wiping







Store driver's seat position on key - Activates/deactivates the storage of the driver's seat position and exterior mirror position in the remote control key when locking the vehicle



Setting Climatronic



Opening and closing



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the button ■





CAR

→ Opening/closing.

Windows - Sets the window operation ■ Convenience opening - Sets the convenience opening ■ Off - Deactivates the convenience opening ■ All windows - All windows ■ Driver - Driver's window only Central locking - Settings for opening and closing of doors ■ Door unlocking - Sets the door unlocking ■ All - All doors ■ Single door - Driver's door or driver's or passenger door with KESSY system ■ Driver side - Doors on the driver's side or on the driver's or passenger's side with KESSY system ■ Automatic locking - Activates/deactivates automatic locking when setting off and unlocking after removing the ignition key Alarm system confirmation - Activates/deactivates acoustic signals when unlocking/locking a vehicle with an anti-theft alarm system

Seats



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the button 36

CAR

Vehicle systems

→ Seats.

Fig. 16 Climatronic main menu



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

Call up the main menu › Press the button SETUP on the Climatronic control panel. Explanation of graphic A Function On - illuminated line B Function off - greyed-out line C Set interior temperature on driver's side D Set interior temperature on front passenger's side E Set airflow direction ■ 

Profile - Sets the Climatronic operating mode Light - Low power, quiet operation ■ Medium - Base power ■ Strong - High power  - Activates/deactivates automatic air recirculation  - Switches quick interior heating on/off  - Access to the auxiliary heater and ventilation settings » page 37 ■

■ ■ ■





Note

Settings - Sets the day and time when the vehicle is to be ready for use Timer 1 - Sets the preset time 1 Timer 2 - Sets the preset time 2 Timer 3 - Sets the preset time 3 Set running time - Sets the time frame in which to run the device (10 - 60 minutes)

■ ■ ■ ■

■ The Climatronic Profile mode can be set by re-pressing the key 3 » Fig. 1 on page 5. ■ If the device is not operated for longer than 10 seconds in the Climatronic menu,  it will switch to the most recently selected menu or switch itself off.

After setting the desired time, press the button

Auxiliary heating and ventilation

BACK

to save the preset time.

Note Only one preset time can be active. The activated preset time will be deactivated again after it has started automatically. For the next start, activate one of the preset times. ■ In the selection of the day in the preset time, there is an option between Sunday and Monday without the specified day. If this setting is made, the vehicle will be ready for use at the selected time, regardless of the current day. ■ The system in operation switches off on expiration of the operating duration or can be deactivated by pressing the direct on/off icon  or by using the radio remote control. ■ If a different time is set » page 13, Device system settings, the activated preset time is automatically deactivated. The preset time must be reactivated. ■

Fig. 17 Screen information and selection of the preset time



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

Call up the main menu

› Press on  in the main Climatronic menu » page 36 or press the

CAR

button →

Auxiliary heater for vehicles with manual air conditioning.

Explanation of graphic A Next start: Day and time when the vehicle is to be ready for use B Set operating mode, set operating duration C Activated preset time - illuminated line ■





Timer - Select the preset times when the vehicle is to be ready for use ■ Timer 1 - Preset time 1 ■ Timer 2 - Preset time 2 ■ Timer 3 - Preset time 3 Mode - Sets the operating mode ■ Heating - Heating mode ■ Ventilation - Ventilation mode Timer off - Switches off the preset time



Vehicle status



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the button ■

■ ■

CAR

→ Vehicle status.

Convenience consumers - Displays up to three devices which use the largest share of fuel and displays the fuel consumption required to run all conv. consumers » Vehicle Owner's Manual, chapter Commercial driving and environmental compatibility Tyre pressure monitoring - Starts a new calibration process for the tyre pressure monitor Start/stop status - Displays information about the status of the START-STOP  system

Vehicle systems

37

Details of the multifunction display



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the button ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

CAR

→ Driving data.

Current consumption - Activates/deactivates the current fuel consumption display in the instrument cluster Travelling time - Activates/deactivates the travelling time display in the instrument cluster Distance travelled - Activates/deactivates the distance travelled display in the instrument cluster Average speed - Activates/deactivates the average speed display in the instrument cluster Average consumption - Activates/deactivates the average consumption display in the instrument cluster Digital speed - Activates/deactivates the digital speed display in the instrument cluster Oil temperature - Activates/deactivates the oil temperature display in the instrument cluster Winter tyres warning - Activates/deactivates the winter tyres warning display in the instrument cluster Coolant temperature - Activates/deactivates the coolant temperature display in the instrument cluster Refuel quantity - Activates/deactivates the refuel quantity display in the instrument cluster Eco tips - Activates/deactivates the display of tips for economical driving in the instrument cluster Convenience consumers - Activates/deactivates the consumption display for convenience consumers in the instrument cluster Reset Since start driving data - Resets the single-trip memory in the instrument cluster display Reset Long-term driving data - Resets the long-term memory in the instrument  cluster display

Service



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the button 38

CAR

Vehicle systems

→ Service.



Oil change service - Overdue engine oil change Oil change service due in … days / … km - Displays the days and distance travelled until the next engine oil change Inspection - Compulsory inspection ■ Inspection due in … days / … km - Displays the days and distance travelled until the mandatory inspection  Vehicle ID - Displays the vehicle identification number ■





Resetting to factory settings



First read and observe the introductory information given on page 33.

› Press the ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■

CAR

button → Factory settings.

All - Resets settings for all menu items Assistants - Resets the Assistants menu item settings Vision - Resets the Vision menu item settings Lights - Resets the Lights menu item settings Opening/closing - Resets the Opening/closing menu item settings Seats - Resets the Seats menu item settings Driving data - Resets the Driving data menu item settings



Component protection Convenience consumers

Index

D

A Adjusting the volume AF AM Anti-theft device Audio Media Multifunction steering wheel Radio Audio streaming Automatic headlight in rain Automatic locking Automatic rear windscreen Automatic windscreen wiping in rain AUX Auxiliary heating and ventilation Settings

6 12 17 4 16 18 8 16 22 35 36 35 35 12, 23 37

B Bluetooth Update Bluetooth audio Bluetooth player Bluetooth update

Date Daytime running lights Declaration of conformity Description and operation of the device Description of the device Device Settings Device display Device display screen Device operation Device Operating lever Device Settings Display in device display screen Driving mode

21 36 36 36 35 24

13 35 4 5 5 11 13 7 7 8 11 7 33

E Eco-Tips

13 15 22 22 15

C CD Climatronic Automatic mode Automatic recirculation Operating mode COMING HOME Communication

4 37

38

F Factory settings Fatigue detection File formats Find radio station FM Folding down the exterior mirrors - folding in while parking Frequency band

13 34 19 16 17 35 17

H Head Light Assist

35

I 12 4 35 4 4 4

ID3-Tag Important notes Instrument lighting Introductory information Component protection Declaration of conformity

L Lane change flash Language LEAVING HOME Light sensor - light switch-on

35 13 35 35

M MAXI DOT Audio Telephone MDI Media Additional functions settings AUX Bluetooth audio CD File formats Operation SD memory card Select source Settings Supported media USB Memory function of the remote control key Mix Multifunction display Multifunction steering wheel Audio Telephone

Index

8 8 10 23 18 21 23 22 21 19 20 22 19 12 19 23 36 12, 21 38 8 10

39

O Operating lever Operating the device Optical parking system (OPS)

8 5 34

P Pairing a telephone from the hands-free system Pairing the telephone From the mobile telephone Parking assistance Phone Enter phone number Phonebox PI Proactive passenger protection PTY

27 28 34 29 26 12 34 12

R Radio Radio station Select radio station Settings Symbols Traffic programme (TP) RDS Repeat

16 16 17 12 16 18 12 21

S Scan Media Radio SD card SD memory card Seats Settings

40

Index

21 16 22 22 36

Selecting driving mode Select radio station Select source Settings Device device system Driving mode Media Radio Sound Telephone Volume Setup Sound Settings Speed limit for winter tyres START-STOP Store radio station Switching the unit off Switching the unit on Synchronous adjustment of both mirrors System Settings

33 17 19 11 13 33 12 12 11 13 6 11 11 35 37 16 6 6 35 13

U Unit operation Units Unlocking doors USB

6 13 36 23

V

T Telephone Automatic connection Bluetooth profile Call list Call symbol Connecting from the mobile phone Connecting to the hands-free system Contact list Contact symbol Disconnection DTMF Error messages Fast connection Functions

10 Multifunction steering wheel Pairing 27, 28 26 Phonebox Redial 31 Redial call 31 Settings 13 Symbols 25 Telephone call 31 Wireless connection to external aerial 26 Telephone functions 29 Tilting the mirror surface - lowering in reverse 35 Time 13 TP 16, 18 Traffic programme 18 Travel light - travel mode 35 Tyre pressure monitor 37

24 29 26 31 31 28 26 30 30 29 31 25 28 29

Vehicle identification number Vehicle settings Auxiliary heating and ventilation Climatronic Details of the multifunction display Driving assistants Lights Opening and closing Resetting to factory settings Seats Service Speed limit for winter tyres Stabilisation control (ESC) Traction control (ASR)

38 33 37 36 38 34 35 36 38 36 38 35 35 35

Vehicle status Vision Vehicle systems Version Versions data VIN

37 35 33 13 13 38

W Window convenience operation

36

Index

41

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