As soon as the FM/DAB station is tuned in again,
the radio automatically switches to the FM/DAB
Depending on the equipment, the following types of
media files can be played:
— Audio files (for example, music or radio pieces).
Activate hybrid radio
— Video files.
— On the FM/DAB waveband, press
Advanced settings and
Additional online data
activate — In Online Radio mode, press and set the
audio quality to high or low to tune to online radio.
You can also use streaming services. Availability
of streaming services depends on equipment and
To use streaming services you need to have your own
user account with the streaming service in question.
Station logos For
some frequency bands, station logos may already
be pre-installed in the infotainment.
Access the MEDIA menu
If the FM/DAB waveband settings are activated
Automatic station logo selection assigns the station
logos automatically to the stations.
In Radio online mode, the infotainment system
accesses the station logos from the online database
and assigns them to the stations automatically
Limitations and indications of data carriers Data
carriers that are dirty, have been exposed to high
temperatures or have been damaged may not work.
Observe the manufacturer's instructions.
Assign station logos manually
— In FM/DAB mode, press
Differences in quality between data carriers from
different manufacturers can cause anomalies in
— Select the station to which a station logo is to be
An incorrect configuration on a data medium can
make the data medium unreadable.
— Select the station logo.
— If desired, repeat the same process with other
The storage capacity, the state of use (data copying
and deletion processes), the file system, the folder
— Finish assigning station logos
structure and the amount of data stored can delay
the reading time of data carriers.
Playlists only specify a playback order and refer to
where the media files are stored within the folder
structure. There are no saved media files in a playlist.
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In order to play a playlist, the media files must be
located on the storage locations of the data carriers
In Media mode, you can play multimedia files from
to which the playlist refers.
data carriers and streaming services via infotainment.
Depending on the equipment, the following data
carriers can be used:
No liability can be assumed for the damage
or loss of files on data carriers.
— USB storage media (for example
example, a USB stick, a mobile phone connected
— Bluetooth® device (for example, a mobile phone
or a tablet).
- SD card.
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— Internal hard drive for infotainment (jukebox).
To change to the previous title.
Equipment features and multimedia
To change to the next title.
To repeat the title being played.
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To repeat all titles.
Audio, multimedia and connectivity:
— Bluetooth multimedia playback and control.
To activate the random play order.
To search the current media source (list).
— Audio playback in these formats:
- A THE C
To return to the parent folder of the media source.
To close the list.
To display the favorites list.
Symbols for categories and groups of media files
— Video playback in these formats:
— MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 (.mpg, .mpeg)
—ISOMPEG4; DivX 3, 4 and 5 Xvid (.avi)
— ISO MPEG4 H.264 (.mp4, .m4v, .mov)
—Windows Media Video 10 (.wmv, .asf)
— Playlists from any type of device
— Multimedia database for any type of
— Data from all media sources co
connected to the infotainment are stored in a multimedia
— Media streaming (online).
— Media search.
Symbols during video playback
Media source symbols
To play a video in full screen.
Select My media as the media source. In My media
To minimize reproduction.
you can select the connected USB devices.
Select the device connected by Blue tooth® as the
Select SD card as media source.
Select and play a media source
Configure the available streaming services.
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Streaming services that are already configured are
displayed in the list of media sources with their own
Select media source
Before playing media files you have to connect a media source.
Universal symbols in Media mode
To start playback.
To use streaming services you have to be connected to the
To stop playback.
1. Connect an external media source (if you want to play an
external media source).
2. Select the connected media source to be used for
1. Select Streaming as the media source.
A list of available streaming services is
Play audio and video files
2. Select the streaming service you want.
You can browse and play media files from an available
media source in different ways.
An input field is displayed where you can enter
the data to log in.
3. Enter the login details of the
Search in the folder structure
desired user account and confirm them.
All media files on USB devices are filtered by
categories (eg album, artist, title). In My Media this
category view is always shown. The classic folder
structure of the individual USB data carriers is also
found in My media.
The streaming service is added to the list of
media sources as a new function button.
Only media files can be saved as favourites,
which are stored in the internal memory (jukebox)
of the infotainment. You can save titles, albums,
artists and music genres individually as favourites.
1. Activate the folder structure.
The folder structure of the selected media
source is displayed. When My Media is
selected , the categories (music, videos, playlists)
and connected media sources are displayed first.
— Start playback.
— Access favorites.
2. Find the title you want in the folder structure.
— Tap on a favorite that is not assigned.
3. Or: Press to start the text search. The input field
Or: Tap on an existing favorite and hold for
approx. 3 seconds.
4. Enter the name of the desired title. The list
of the titles found is updated during the introduction.
— Select from the pick list:
5. Press the desired title.
If when you start playback your selection is in
a folder of a media source, the media files in it
are added to the playback.
- Musical genres.
- Play list.
The selection is saved in place of the previously
selected favourite. If the favorite was already
assigned, the saved favorite is overwritten.
If a playlist is played, all available titles in the
playlist are added to the playback.
The selectable options in the selection list depend
on the data attached to the media file. If the music
genre is not indicated in the music files, for example,
you cannot save the music genre as a favorite.
6. Close your selection with .
select from favorites
In favorites you can save individual titles, music
genres, artists and albums for playback.
If a video file is playing, only that video can be saved
as a favorite.
1. Access favorites.
2. Tap the favorite you want.
Depending on your selection, all titles belonging to
the favorite are added to playback.
Playing entertainment content
Set up streaming services
Depending on the equipment, you can use streaming
services directly via infotainment. To do this, you
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need to have a user account for the streaming service
Music and videos can be played in the infotainment.
in question and log in to the infotainment with it. You
also need to be connected to the Internet.
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For example, start of route guidance, driving on
motorways or roundabouts and settings.
In Video mode, a video from a data medium, from the
internal memory or from a streaming service can be
played on the infotainment screen.
If the exact destination cannot be reached because, for
example, it is in a non-digitized area, the announcement
In this case, the sound of the video is reproduced
through the vehicle's speakers.
is made that the "destination area" has been reached.
Directions are also shown
about the direction and distance of the destination on the
The image is only displayed if the vehicle is stopped.
While driving, the infotainment display goes out. The
sound of the video can still be heard.
During dynamic route guidance, traffic incidents on the
route are warned. If the route is
recalculates, eg due to a traffic jam, an additional
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Playback from a streaming service requires a stable
internet connection. In this case, telephone costs may be
While a navigation announcement is being played, its
volume can be adapted. The following navigation
announcements broadcast will be played at the set volume.
The navigation announcements are not broadcast
if the sound is muted in the infotainment.
Introduction to the topic
Limitations during navigation If the
A global satellite system determines the vehicle's current
infotainment cannot receive data from GPS satellites, for
example in a tunnel or underground garage, navigation
continues using the vehicle's sensors.
position and vehicle-mounted sensors analyze the routes
taken. All measured values and possible traffic information
bulletins are compared with the available maps to allow
optimal navigation to the destination.
In areas that are not digitized or with incomplete
digitization in the infotainment memory, the infotainment
continues to try to make route guidance possible.
The navigation announcements and the displayed
graphics guide you to your destination.
Navigation management is done on the screen.
Depending on the country, some info tainment
functions will not be available on the screen after a certain
speed. This is not a malfunction, but rather due to
In the event of missing or incomplete navigation data, it
may not be possible to determine the exact position of
the vehicle. This can cause navigation to not be as
accurate as usual.
compliance with legal provisions.
The layout of the roads is subject to continuous
modifications, for example, new streets, works, closure of
roads to traffic, changes in street names and building
numbers. If the navigation data is out of date, it can lead
Only carry out settings, destination entry and changes
for navigation when the vehicle is stationary.
to errors or inaccuracies during destination guidance.
If you miss a turnoff during route guidance, the
navigation may recalculate the route.
Operating the navigation map
To allow optimal viewing, you can also operate the
navigation map with additional finger movements.
The quality of the driving advice issued
depends on the available navigation data and the
traffic delays that have been received.
This additional control is only available depending on
Move the map
Tip: Use your index finger.
The navigation announcements are audible driving
instructions for the current route.
— Move the map with your finger.
The type and frequency of navigational locutions
depend on the driving situation, for