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Connectivity

Is Full Link blocked?

Fig. 183 

Message on Infotainment system

screen.

If your vehicle does not have Full Link, you
can purchase it as an accessory at your
SEAT dealer 

››› 

Fig. 183

.

Requirements for Full Link

Fig. 184 

Full Link Requirements

Full Link Activated

: If you do not have

Full Link in your vehicle you can acquire it
as an accessory at your Authorised Serv-
ice.

Compatible Phones

. Go to the Mirror-

Link®, Android Auto™ or Apple CarPlay™

1

2

websites to confirm whether your phone
is compatible with the system.

MirrorLink

Check smartphone compatibility:
www.mirrorlink.com/phones

MirrorLink® 1.1 or later

Some of the Apps certified by SEAT or
the CCC must be installed in the de-
vice.

Android Auto

Check smartphone compatibility. An-
droid Auto™: www.android.com/auto/

Android 6.0 or later

Install Android Auto™ App for earlier ver-
sions of Android 10.

Apple CarPlay

Check smartphone compatibility. Apple
CarPlay™:www.apple.com/ios/carplay

iPhone 5 or higher and iOS 7.1 or higher

Turn on the SIRI personal assistant (see
phone settings)

USB cable connecting car to phone

:

Use the approved USB cable supplied
with the phone.

3

187

Infotainment system

Activation of Full Link

Fig. 185 

Centre front armrest: USB/AUX-IN in-

put.

Data connection via Wi-Fi or SIM is not
necessary to establish the connection be-
tween the smartphone and Full Link.

Data connection via Wi-Fi or SIM is neces-
sary to enable all of the app features

1)

.

Proceed as follows to use Full Link:

Switch on the Infotainment system

Connect the smartphone to the vehicle's

USB port using a USB cable 

››› 

Fig. 185

.

On the main menu of the Full Link settings,

select 

››› 

page 192

:

Enable data transfer for SEAT apps.
Preferred connection type: Choose be-
tween MirrorLink™ or Android Auto™ only
for Android™ phones compatible with
both technologies. For iOS (Apple™) sys-
tems, the connection is automatic if the
device is compatible.
Select the device.

Finally, a message will appear stating that
data transfer will commence when the device
is connected. Press 

OK

. Once selected, the

technology compatible with your device can
be used.

Note

Depending on your smartphone, it may
have to be unlocked for the connection to
occur.

What should I do if it does not con-
nect?

Restart the mobile device.

Check the USB cable.

 Check whether the

USB cable is damaged. Check that neither

1
2

3

connection (USB/micro USB) is damaged or
worn.

Check that the USB ports are correctly
connected.

 Check that the USB port of the

vehicle and the device are not damaged
and/or deteriorated.

Clean the USB ports (device and vehicle).

Try with another compatible mobile device.

Have the USB port replaced at a SEAT au-

thorised service.

Have the mobile device repaired or replace

it.

1)

Using the data connection to transfer the

smartphone apps to Full Link may involve addi-
tional charges. Please check the charges with
your operator.

188

Connectivity

Full Link main menu

Fig. 186 

Full Link main menu.

List of devices

: display of connected devi-

ces.

Disconnect

: disconnect active connec-

tion.

Settings

: Full Link settings.

1

2

3

Apple CarPlay™

Fig. 187 

Apple CarPlay™ main menu

Apple CarPlay™ prior requirements

To use Apple CarPlay™ you must meet the
following requirements:

The mobile device 

must

 support Apple

CarPlay™.

The mobile device 

must

 be connected to

the Infotainment system through USB.

Establish connection

If a mobile device is paired for the first time,
follow the instructions on the Infotainment
system display and the mobile device dis-
play.

The prior requirements must be met in order

to use Apple CarPlay™.

Press the Infotainment 



 button and then

select the 

Full Link

 context.

Press the 

Device list

 

››› 

Fig. 186 

1

 button

and then select the mobile device from the
list of devices.

End connection

On the Apple CarPlay™ service press the

››› 

Fig. 187

 

1

 button to access the Full Link

main menu.

Press the 

››› 

Fig. 186 

2

 button to end the

active connection.

Special characteristics

During an active Apple CarPlay™ connection,
the following characteristics are applicable:

Bluetooth connections between mobile de-

vices and the Infotainment system are 

not

possible.

Any active Bluetooth connections are auto-

matically terminated.

Operating the phone is only possible

through Apple CarPlay™. The functions de-
scribed in these instructions for the Infotain-
ment system are 

not

 available.

The mobile device connected 

cannot

 be

used as a media device on the Media menu.

»

189

Infotainment system

It is 

not

 possible to use the built-in naviga-

tion system and the Apple CarPlay™ naviga-
tion system at the same time. The latest navi-
gation system launched will terminate the
previous one.

The display of the instrument panel does

not display any turning indications or notifi-
cations from the phone or other communica-
tion media.

Voice control system

Briefly

 press 



 or 

 to start the Infotain-

ment system's voice control system.

Press and 

hold

 



 or 

 to start the voice

control system of the connected device.

Note

The information on technical requirements,
compatible end devices, applications and
availability are available on www.ap-
ple.com/ios/carplay or SEAT Authorised
Services.

Android Auto™

Fig. 188 

Android Auto™ Menu

Android Auto™ Prior Requirements

To use Android Auto™ you must meet the fol-
lowing requirements:

The Android Auto™ application 

must

 al-

ready be downloaded and installed on the
mobile device.

The mobile device 

must

 support Android

Auto™.

The mobile device 

must

 be connected to

the Infotainment system through USB.

Initiating the connection

In order to initiate the connection with the
mobile device, it is simply necessary to con-
nect it to the Infotainment system via the USB
connection, and to be sure to follow the in-
structions of the device being paired.

Select the Android Auto™ connection type

on 

Full Link™ Settings

.

The first connection to Android Auto™ must

be done while the vehicle is stationary.

Press the 

Device list

 

››› 

Fig. 186 

1

 button

and then select the mobile device from the
list of devices.

If you are initiating the session using

Android Auto™ technology via USB, the mo-
bile telephone connects automatically via
Bluetooth™ to the Infotainment system tele-
phone and it will not be possible to pair an-
other mobile telephone via Bluetooth™.

End connection

On the Android Auto™ service press

››› 

Fig. 188

 

1

.

Select 

Return to SEAT

 to access to the

Full Link main menu.

Press the 

››› 

Fig. 186 

2

 button to end the

active connection.

Special characteristics

During an active Android Auto™ connection,
the following characteristics are applicable:

Bluetooth connections between other mo-

bile devices and the Infotainment system are

not

 possible.

Operating the phone is only possible

through Android Auto™. If the Android Auto™

190

Connectivity

device is connected to the Infotainment sys-
tem through Bluetooth at the same time, the
telephone function of the Infotainment sys-
tem can also be used.

An active Android Auto™ device 

cannot

 be

used as a media device on the Media menu.

It is 

not

 possible to use the built-in naviga-

tion system and the Android Auto™ navigation
system at the same time. The latest naviga-
tion system launched will terminate the previ-
ous one.

The display of the instrument panel does

not display any turning indications or notifi-
cations from the phone or other communica-
tion media.

Voice control system

Briefly

 press 



 or 

 to start the Infotain-

ment system's voice control system.

Press and 

hold

 



 or 

 to start the voice

control system of the connected device.

Note

The information on technical requirements,
compatible end devices, applications and
availability are available on www.seat.com
or SEAT Authorised Services.

MirrorLink™

Fig. 189 

Function buttons in the general view

of compatible applications.

Fig. 190 

Other MirrorLink™ function buttons.

MirrorLink™ prior requirements

In order to use MirrorLink™, the following re-
quirements must be met:

The mobile device 

must

 be compatible

with MirrorLink™.

The mobile device 

must

 be connected to

the Infotainment system via USB.

Depending on the mobile device used, a

suitable application must be installed for the
use of MirrorLink™ on the device.

Establish connection

The requirements must be met to use Mirror-
Link™.

Press the 

MENU

 button on the Infotainment

system.

Press the 

Full Link

 button.

Select the 

MirrorLink™

 connection type on

Full Link Settings

.

Press the 

Device list

 

››› 

Fig. 186 

1

 button

and then select the mobile device from the
list of devices.

Function buttons and possible messages

Function buttons

 

Switch-

ing off

Terminating the MirrorLink™ connec-

tion.

 

Close

Apps

Press to close the open apps.

Then press the apps to be closed or
the 

Close all

 function button to close

all the open applications.

 : 

Press to change to the mobile device
screen.

»

191

Infotainment system

Function buttons

 

Setup

To open the Full Link™ settings 

››› 

ta-

ble on page 192

.

1

Press to return to the main menu.

2

Press to show the Infotainment Sys-
tem on the display.

3

Press to hide all function buttons.

OR:

 Press the right setting button to

show or hide all function buttons.

4

Press to display all the function but-
tons in the right-hand margin of the
screen.

5

View other function buttons.

The display of other function buttons
and the number of buttons displayed
depend on the mobile device used.

6

The symbol refers to the right setting
button.

Press the right setting button to show
or hide all function buttons.

Full Link Settings

Full Link™ Settings
Open the menu

 

Full Link Settings

On the 

Full Link

 main menu, press the

Settings 

function button.

Function buttons

Select device

: Press to select the mobile device that

will connect to the Infotainment system.

Preferred connection type

: In devices that support Mir-

rorLink™ and Android Auto™ technologies, you can
select the default technology that you want to use to

pair the mobile device to the Infotainment System.

Activate data transfer for an app, SEAT

: Allows the ex-

change of information between the vehicle and ex-

ternal apps.

MirrorLink™ settings

Function buttons

Screen orientation

: Allows the screen display orienta-

tion to be selected from one of the following types, on
supported devices:

 

Landscape

 

Portrait

Rotated 180°

: It allows the image provided by the de-

vice to be rotated 180°.

Prioritize keyboard of the Infotainment System

a)

: It allows

the keyboard that is made available to the user to be
the one in the Infotainment System before the one in

the device itself.

a)

This function depends on the device that is used.

Frequently asked questions about
Full Link

What connection method is used?

 

USB Cable.

Will the USB cable be supplied with the vehicle?

 
No. The USB cable supplied with the device should

be used.

Is it possible to navigate?

 

Navigation is possible in each one of the Full Link

technologies if the technology is available in your
country and if you have the Navigation app.

What is the difference between using the Full Link

system navigator (via a device) instead of anoth-
er navigator?

 
Advantages: Daily updates.
Issues: data consumption, reception problems.

Can I send voice messages?

 
With certified applications, you can reply, not send.

What applications will be visible while driving?

 
Depending on the technology:

– for MirrorLink®: Apps certified by SEAT and the

CCC,
– for Android Auto™: Apps selected by Google™,
– for Apple CarPlay™: Apps selected by Apple™.

192

Connectivity

Where can I find compatible Apps?

 
Compatible apps are listed at the following links:
www.mirrorlink.com/
www.android.com/auto/
www.apple.com/ios/carplay/

Where can I download the apps?

 
On Google Play™ for Android Auto™/MirrorLink® and

on Apple Store™ for Apple CarPlay™.

If Full Link stops working, where can I go to repair
it?

 

If the problem is in the car, you should go to the deal-

er. If the problem is in the mobile device, you should

see your mobile telephone vendor.

Will WhatsApp be certified?

 
The WhatsApp situation depends on the technology.

Is MirrorLink® available in my country?

 

Yes, MirrorLink® is available in all countries and re-
gions where SEAT is located.

What are the differences between MirrorLink®,
Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay™?

 

MirrorLink® is not compatible with Android Auto™ and
Apple CarPlay™, as they are different technologies.
They all coexist in Full Link, although Android Auto™ is
designed for mobile devices with the Android™ oper-
ating system, and Apple CarPlay™ for iPhone.

Can MirrorLink® be installed in an older SEAT

model?

 
No, it is not possible.

Where can I find more information about Full
Link?

 

If you have any questions, please see our 

Innova-

tion/Connectivity

 sections on our website:

www.seat.es or www.seat.com or e-mail seat-re-
sponde@seat.es

193

Infotainment system

Operating modes

Radio

RADIO main menu

Fig. 191 

RADIO main menu.

Fig. 192 

Radio mode: station list.

Press the infotainment button 



 to open

the 

Radio

 main menu

››› 

Fig. 191

.

RADIO main menu function buttons

Function buttons

1

a)

To select the desired frequency

band.

2

To change the preset key group us-

ing the function button.

3

a)

Sort the 

FM station list

.

Alphabetically 

: The station list is

sorted alphabetically.

Group 

: The station list is sorted by

station groups.

 

Stations

List of radio station that can be

tuned.

 

Manual

Selecting the frequency manually.

 

View

b)

Shows additional services. Only
available in DAB mode.

 

Setup

Settings menu for the current fre-
quency band.

 /  

To change between stored stations
or available stations.

Adjustment of the arrow buttons in

the menu.

Function buttons

SCAN

This function button is only available
when automatic playback is on.

Press the settings button to start au-
tomatic playback.

1

 to 

15

c)

Preset buttons to store stations

››› 

page 197

.

To update the station list (frequency
band 

AM

 or 

DAB

).

a)

Not available for the Media System Colour model.

b)

This depends on the country and unit in question.

c)

The Media System Colour model has 12 memories.

Indications and possible icons

Display: Meaning

A

Frequency or name of the station or

radio text. The name of the radio sta-
tion and the radio text will only be dis-
played if RDS is active.

RDS off

a)

The RDS radio data service is deacti-
vated.

TP

a)

Traffic information can be retrieved:
select 

Radio > Settings >

Traffic programme (TP)

.

No TP

a)

No stations with traffic news are avail-
able.

The radio station is stored on a memo-
ry button.

194

Operating modes

Display: Meaning

a)

DAB not available.

a)

This depends on the country and unit in question.

Note

Being underground, in tunnels, in areas

with tall buildings or mountains can inter-
fere with the radio reception.

Foil or metal-coated stickers attached to

the windows may affect reception on vehi-
cles with a window aerial.

Radio stations are responsible for the

content of the information they transmit.

Radio data services RDS (FM band)

Fig. 193 

RADIO main menu.

Fig. 194 

Radio mode: station list (FM).

RDS (Radio Data System) is a radio data sys-
tem that provides additional FM services such
as the name of stations, automatic station
tracking, radio text and traffic information
(TP).

Depending on the country and the equip-
ment in question, RDS can be deactivated in
the 

FM Settings

 menu 

››› 

page 201

.

In general, no 

radio data services

 are avail-

able 

without RDS

.

Station name and automatic station track-
ing

If the RDS function is available, the names of
the stations can be displayed on the 

RADIO

main menu and on the 

Station list

 .

FM stations temporarily or permanently
broadcast different contents on different re-

gional frequencies under the same name (for
example, Radio 3).

In general, automatic station tracking takes
charge of switching to the frequency with the
best reception of the station that is tuned at
any given time, while driving. However, this
may cause a regional broadcast to be inter-
rupted.

Automatic frequency switching and automat-
ic station tracking can be deactivated in 

FM

Settings

 

››› 

page 201

.

Radio text

Some stations that have RDS transmit addi-
tional information in text, the so-called radio
text.

The radio text is displayed in the upper half of
the screen above the memory buttons

››› 

Fig. 191 

A

.

The radio text display can be deactivated in
the 

Settings

 

››› 

page 201

.

195

Infotainment system

Digital radio mode (DAB, DAB + and
DMB audio)

3

 Not valid in Japan, China, Mexico, Brazil, Can-

ada or the USA.

Fig. 195 

DAB Radio mode main menu.

Fig. 196 

Station information display in DAB ra-

dio mode.

The DAB radio tuner supports the DAB, DAB +
and DMB audio transmission standards.

In Europe, digital radio is transmitted over
band III frequencies (from 174 MHz to 240
MHz).

The frequencies are called “

channels

” and

have an abbreviation (eg 

12 A

).

In a channel, several available DAB stations
are grouped together in an “

ensemble

”.

Starting the Digital radio mode

In the 

RADIO

main menu, press the

››› 

Fig. 195 

1

 function button and select

DAB

.

The last DAB station that was selected will be
played, if it can still be tuned in that location.

The selected DAB station is shown in the top
bar of the 

DAB-3

 screen. The selected station

ensemble is shown below 

ENSEMBLE-A

››› 

Fig. 195

.

Additional DAB stations (Secondary Serv-
ice Components)

Some DAB stations temporarily or perma-
nently offer 

additional stations

 (for example,

for the transmission of sporting events).

DAB stations containing additional stations
are identified on the station list by the symbol

.

Select additional stations

Press the name of the main station on the
DAB main menu to select an additional sta-
tion. Or, select the additional station from the
station list.

On the DAB main menu, the name of the ad-
ditional tuned station is displayed next to the
abbreviated name of the main DAB station.

Additional stations can not be saved.

Automatic station tracking

DAB radio is not currently available every-
where. DAB radio mode displays the areas
without DAB coverage 

.

For automatic station tracking, a change to
the FM frequency band can be allowed in the

DAB settings

 

››› 

page 202

.

If the DAB station being listened to can no
longer be tuned in (e.g., there is no DAB cov-
erage), the infotainment system tries to find
and tune the same station on the FM frequen-
cy band.

For a station to be tracked on all frequencies,
the DAB and FM station need to be broad-
casting the same identification.

OR:

 DAB indicates which FM station corre-

sponds to the DAB station, and the FM station
in question can be tuned without any prob-
lems.

196

Operating modes

When the corresponding FM station has been
found, 

(FM)

 is displayed behind the name of

the station. If the corresponding DAB station
becomes available again, it returns to DAB
mode after a while. The 

(FM)

 indication dis-

appears.

If the signal is too weak and the DAB station in
question cannot be found again in the FM
band, the radio sound is muted.

Screen Menu

The function buttons refer to the menu that is
displayed when the 

View 

 button is pressed

››› 

Fig. 195

.

Function buttons

Preset list

: Viewing the preset buttons 

››› 

Fig. 195

.

Station List

: Simultaneous display of radio text and

slideshows instead of memory keys 

››› 

Fig. 196

.

Radio text

: The radio text is displayed instead of the

memory buttons.

Slideshow

: Slideshows are shown in full screen mode.

Some DAB stations also offer an image “slideshow”.
Through this slideshow the stations can transmit in-

formation to the infotainment system in the form of

digital images.

When a station is switched it may take some time un-
til the slideshow of the tuned DAB station is loaded in

the background.

Note

Not all DAB stations broadcast radio text
and slideshows.

Memory buttons

Fig. 197 

RADIO main menu.

In the 

Radio

 main menu, you can store sta-

tions from all available frequency wave-
lengths on the numbered function buttons.
These function buttons are called “memory
buttons”.

Storing the station on the memory buttons

See: Preset stations 

››› 

page 199

.

Change the memory bank (screens)

Move your finger over the screen from left

to right or vice-versa.

OR:

 Press one of the function buttons

››› 

Fig. 197

 

1

Selecting the station from the memory
buttons

Press the memory button corresponding to

the desired station.

The stored stations can only be played by
pressing the corresponding memory button
provided it can be received at your current
location.

Storing the station logo on the memory
buttons

Saved stations can be assigned logos

››› 

page 197

.

Storing or deleting station logos on
the preset buttons

3

 Not available for model: Media System Colour

Depending on the country and the equip-
ment, station logos for the FM and DAB fre-
quency bands are pre-installed in the info-
tainment system. If a station is stored in a pre-
set button, the logo corresponding to the sta-
tion can be displayed on the preset button,
provided that the 

Automatic saving

 function is

active in the advanced settings 

››› 

page 201,

Settings (FM, AM, DAB)

.

 (station logos)

.

»

197

Infotainment system

Station logos can be manually assigned to
stations that are stored on preset buttons,
which will then be displayed on the preset
buttons.

Images in standard formats (e.g. jpg, bmp or
even png) with a maximum size of 400 x 240
pixels, may be used as station logos.

In some countries, station logos can be
downloaded from the Internet through a link
on the “SEAT Senderlogos” website (SEAT
logos).

Copy the logos to a compatible data medium
(e.g. a SD card or USB memory) to import
them into the infotainment system.

Automatically saving station logos on the
preset buttons (FM and DAB)

Press the function button 

Settings 

 on the

RADIO

 main menu (FM and DAB frequency

band).

Press the 

Advanced settings

 function button.

Activate the 

Automatic storage (station logos)

by pressing 

.

Manually storing the station logos on the
preset buttons

Copy the logos to a compatible data medi-

um (e.g. a SD card or USB memory) to import
them into the infotainment system.

Select the desired frequency band in the

RADIO

 main menu.

Press the function button 

Settings 

 and

then 

Station logos

.

Press the preset button to which a logo is to

be assigned.

Select the source in which the logo has

been stored (e.g. 

SD 1

).

Select the logo. Repeat this process to as-

sign other logos.

Press the infotainment button 



 to return

to the 

RADIO

 main menu.

Deleting the station logos from the preset
buttons

Select the desired frequency band in the

RADIO

 main menu.

Press the function button 

Settings 

 and

then 

Station logos

.

Press the preset button from which the sta-

tion logo is to be deleted.

OR:

 Press the 

 Delete all

 function button to

erase the station logos of all the presets.

Selecting, tuning and saving a sta-
tion

Fig. 198 

RADIO main menu.

Fig. 199 

Radio mode: station list (AM).

Selecting stations

Select the sta-
tion using the

arrow keys

Press the 

<

 or 

>

 

››› 

Fig. 198

func-

tion button.

198

Operating modes

Selecting stations

 /  

Depending on the setting of the ar-
row keys, you can switch between
preset stations or tuneable sta-
tions. Setting the arrow buttons in
the menu 

››› 

page 201, Settings

(FM, AM, DAB)

››› 

page 202, DAB

settings

.

Selecting sta-
tions from the

station list

To open the station list press the
function 

Stations 

 function but-

ton 

››› 

Fig. 198

.

OR:

 Turn the adjustment knob.

Browse the list and tune to the sta-

tion you want by pressing it.

Press the 

 

››› 

Fig. 199

 function

button to close the list. If it is not
used, the list will close automati-

cally after a while.

Updating the
station list

The 

FM

AM

 and 

DAB

 frequency

band station lists are updated au-
tomatically.

In the 

AM

 and 

DAB

 frequency

bands you can also update the
station list manually by pressing
the function button 

 

››› 

Fig. 199

.

Manually tuning a station frequency

Display the
frequency

band

Press the 

Manual 

 function but-

ton 

››› 

Fig. 198

.

Manually tuning a station frequency

Changing the
frequency step

by step

Turn the adjustment knob.

OR:

 Press the arrow buttons to the

right or to the left of the frequency
band.

Quickly track
the frequency
band

Press one of the arrow buttons at
the 

top

 of the screen 

››› 

Fig. 198

.

The next tuneable station is set au-
tomatically.

OR:

 Press and hold one of the ar-

row buttons at the 

top

 of the

screen 

››› 

Fig. 198

.

Once released, the system auto-
matically switches to the next
tuneable radio station. In DAB
mode, it switches to the next tunea-
ble ensemble.

OR:

 Place your finger on the fre-

quency band’s scroll button and
move your finger to move the but-

ton.

Hide the fre-
quency band

Briefly press the settings button.

Selecting a station with the preset

button also ends the manual fre-
quency selection. If no operations

are performed, the frequency
band is hidden after a while.

Presetting stations

Store the cur-

rent station on
a preset button

Press and hold the desired preset
button 

››› 

Fig. 198

 until an audible

signal is heard.

The tuned station will be stored on
that pre-set button.

Save a station
from a stations

list with a pre-
set button

Press the 

Stations 

 

››› 

Fig. 198

function button or turn the settings
button to open the station list.

The stations that are already stor-

ed on a preset button are marked

on the station list with the symbol

 

››› 

Fig. 199

.

Select the desired station by
pressing and holding it down on
the screen.

Press the preset button on which
the station in question is to be
saved.

A signal sounds and the station is
saved on the preset button. Repeat

the process to continue saving oth-

er station on the list.

Delete preset

stations

All saved stations on the frequency

band in question can be deleted

one by one, or all at the same time

››› 

page 201, Settings (FM, AM,

DAB)

››› 

page 202, DAB settings

.

199

Infotainment system

Setting a station name (FM fre-
quency band)

Some radio stations transmit very long names
that are represented as plain text on the
screen.

To set the text that is displayed at that mo-
ment, press and hold the name of the station
until an audible signal is heard.

The set station names are displayed with
dots to the left and right of the station name.

The set text is applied to all the preset but-
tons on which that radio station is saved.

Automatic playback (SCAN)

Fig. 200 

Radio mode: automatic playback

(SCAN) active.

When automatic playback is active, all tune-
able stations in the selected frequency band
are played for approximately 5 seconds
each. 

SCAN

 

››› 

Fig. 200

 is displayed on the

screen.

Start automatic playback

Briefly press the settings button.

OR:

 Press the 

Settings 

 function button

and then select 

Scan

.

End automatic playback

Briefly press the settings button.

OR:

 Press the 

SCAN

 function button to end

automatic playback on the station that is be-
ing played.

Automatic playback also ends when a station
is selected manually using the memory but-
tons.

TP function (traffic information sta-
tion)

Fig. 201 

RADIO main menu with the TP indica-

tion.

Fig. 202 

List of stations with the TP indication.

The TP function (traffic information station) is
not available on all equipment, in all places
or on all FM stations.

200

Operating modes

Using the TP function to track traffic informa-
tion is only possible if a station with traffic in-
formation can be tuned. Stations with the
traffic information function are displayed on
the 

RADIO

 main menu along with 

TP

››› 

Fig. 201

 and 

››› 

Fig. 202

.

Some stations without their own traffic infor-
mation support the TP function by broad-
casting traffic announcement from other sta-
tions (EON).

Activating and deactivating the TP func-
tion

Activate 

 or deactivate 

 the

Traffic information station (TP)

 function button

by pressing it 

››› 

page 201, Settings (FM,

AM, DAB)

››› 

page 202, DAB settings

.

If the station you are listening to 

does not

have the TP function, 

No TP

 will be displayed

on the upper part of the screen.

Active TP function and station selection

If traffic station tracking is active, the acro-
nym 

TP

 is displayed on the top right of the

screen in audio mode 

››› 

Fig. 201

. The traffic

bulletins of the station that is being listened
to, or of the station that provides traffic infor-
mation, are played in Audio mode.

In 

FM mode,

 the station that is 

being lis-

tened to

 must have the TP function. If after

activating the TP function a station is selec-
ted using the preset buttons, or by tuning

manually, that 

does not

 have the TP func-

tion, the traffic information station will not be
tracked (indication: 

No

 

TP

).

If it is not possible to continue tuning the cur-
rent traffic station, 

No TP

 is also displayed

and a manual station search will have to be
started 

››› 

page 198

.

In 

AM mode

 or in 

Media mode

, a traffic sta-

tion is automatically tuned in the background,
as long as the station has a good signal. De-
pending on the situation this operation may
take some time.

Incoming traffic announcement

In Audio mode, traffic announcements are
played automatically when they are re-
ceived.

While the traffic announcement is playing, a
pop-up window is displayed and the radio
changes, if necessary, to the traffic informa-
tion station (EON).

Media mode is interrupted and the volume is
set as adjusted 

››› 

page 181

.

The traffic announcement volume can be
changed with the volume control 

. The

modified volume remains as set for subse-
quent bulletins.

Press the 

Interrupt

 function button to stop

playback of the traffic bulletin that is being
listened to. The TP function remains active.

OR:

 Press the 

Deactivate

 function button to

stop the traffic announcement that is being
played and to permanently disconnect the
TP function.

Settings (FM, AM, DAB)

FM settings

Select the 

FM

 frequency band by pressing

the Infotainment button 



.

OR:

 Press function button 

››› 

Fig. 201 

1

 and

select the 

FM

 frequency band.

Press the 

Settings

 function button to open the

FM settings

 menu.

Function buttons

Sound

: Sound settings 

››› 

page 181

.

Scan

: Automatic playback (SCAN function). When

automatic playback is active, each of the tuneable
stations in the selected frequency band are played
for approximately 5 seconds each 

››› 

page 200

.

Seek mode

: To set the settings for the arrow buttons 

and 

. The setting applies to all frequency bands

(FM, AM and DAB).

 

Preset list

: The arrow keys are used to switch be-

tween all of the saved stations in the selected

frequency band.

»

201

Infotainment system

Function buttons

 

Station List

: The arrow keys are used to switch

between all of the tuneable stations in the selec-
ted frequency band.

Traffic programme (TP)

: The TP function (tracking of

traffic information stations) is active 

››› 

page 200

.

Delete presets

: To erase all or some of the preset sta-

tions.

Station logos

: To assign or delete manually the sta-

tion logos saved in the memory keys 

››› 

page 197

.

Radio text

: The radio text is active 

››› 

page 195, Ra-

dio text

.

Advanced settings

a)

: Radio data services (RDS) set-

tings.

 

Autostore station logos

a)

: The stations saved on the

memory buttons are automatically assigned ra-
dio station logos if they are available in the info-

tainment system. Also see 

››› 

page 197

.

 

Station logo region

a)

: This allows the vehicle's re-

gion (country) to be selected. This optimizes the

automatic assignment of station logos. The op-
tion also allows the system to select the region
automatically.

 

Automatic frequency control (AF)

a)

: Automatic sta-

tion tracking is active. When there is no check in
check box 

, the function button 

RDS regional

will be inactive (grey).

 

Radio data system (RDS)

a)

: The Radio Data System

(RDS) is deactivated 

››› 

page 195

. If there is no

check in check box 

, the traffic information

station (TP), radio text, station name and pro-
gram type functions will not be available.

Function buttons

 

RDS regional

a)

: Set the RDS 

automatic station

tracking

 

››› 

page 195

.

 

 

Fixed

: Only alternative frequencies of the

set station with an identical region program
are set.

 

 

Automatic

: It always changes to the frequen-

cy of the set station that has the best signal

at the time, even if a regional broadcast that

is in progress is interrupted.

a)

This depends on the country and unit in question.

AM settings

Select the 

AM

 frequency band by pressing

the Infotainment button 



.

OR:

 Press function button 

››› 

Fig. 201 

1

 and

select the 

AM

 frequency band.

Press the 

Settings

 function button to open the

AM settings

 menu.

Function buttons

Sound

: Sound settings 

››› 

page 181

.

Scan

: Automatic playback (SCAN function). When

automatic playback is active, each of the tuneable

stations in the selected frequency band are played
for approximately 5 seconds each 

››› 

page 200

.

Seek mode

: To set the settings for the arrow buttons 

and 

. The setting applies to all frequency bands

(FM, AM and DAB).

Function buttons

 

Preset list

: The arrow keys are used to switch be-

tween all of the saved stations in the selected
frequency band.

 

Station List

: The arrow keys are used to switch

between all of the tuneable stations in the selec-
ted frequency band.

Traffic programme (TP)

: The TP function (tracking of

traffic information stations) is active 

››› 

page 200

.

Delete presets

: To erase all or some of the preset sta-

tions.

Station logos

: To assign logos to stations stored on

memory buttons 

››› 

page 197

.

DAB settings

Select the 

DAB

 frequency band by pressing

the Infotainment button 



.

OR:

 Press function button 

››› 

Fig. 201 

1

 and

select the 

DAB

 frequency band.

Press the 

Settings

 function button to open the

DAB settings

 menu.

Function buttons

Sound

: Sound settings 

››› 

page 181

.

Scan

: Automatic playback (SCAN function). When

automatic playback is active, each of the tuneable

stations in the selected frequency band are played
for approximately 5 seconds each 

››› 

page 200

.

202

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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