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Operating modes

Store position

By pressing the 

Store position

 function but-

ton, the entered position is stored as a 

Flag-

ged destination

 in the 

Destination mem-

ory

.

To save the stored position permanently as 

a

flagged destination

, change the name of

the position in the 

destination memory

.

Otherwise, the saved position is overwritten
when another flagged destination is saved.

Mark the 

Flagged destination

 in the

Destination memory

.

Press the 

Store

 function button.

The name can be changed in the following
input window. Press the 

 function button to

store the destination.

Destinations

 and contacts

Select the desired function button.

Function buttons

Latest destinations 

: View of destinations for which a

route has already been started.

Destination memory 

: View of destinations stored

manually and from imported vCards 

››› 

page 223,

Importing vCards (electronic business cards)

.

Favourites 

: View of destinations stored as favour-

ites.

Function buttons

Contacts 

: View contacts that have a stored ad-

dress (postal address).

Home address

Only one address or position can be stored
as the home address at any one time. The
stored home address can be edited or over-
written.

If a home address has already been stored,
route guidance will be started to the stored
home address.

If a home address has not yet been stored, an
address can be assigned as the home ad-
dress.

Assigning the home address for the first time:

Current position

: Press to store the vehicle's current

position as the home address.

Address

: Press to enter the home address manually.

Editing the home address:

The home address can be edited in the 

Naviga-

tion settings

 

››› 

page 224

 menu.

My route (route mode)

Fig. 215 

Details of the route during route guid-

ance.

Several destinations can be defined in the
route mode. A trip with several destinations is
known as a “route”.

The “starting point” of a route is always the
current vehicle position determined by the In-
fotainment system. The “destination” is the
end point of a route. “Stopover destinations”
are driven to before the destination.

Press the 

My destinations 

 function button

in the main 

Navigation

 menu.

Select the desired function button (

Edit

route

New route

 or 

Route mem.

).

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Infotainment system

Pop-up window function buttons 

My route

Function buttons

Edit route

a)

: To edit and store the active route.

New route

: To create a new route.

Route mem.

: To 

Delete

Edit

 or 

Start

 the routes

stored.

a)

This function button is only displayed with route

guidance activated in the route mode.

Function buttons and indications in the 

New

route

 and 

Edit route

Function buttons

A

: Stopover.

: Destination.

...

: Estimated time of arrival at destination.

...

: Calculated distance to destination.

B

Press on the destination to display the function
buttons.

 : Delete destination.

 : To start guidance direct to the selected

destination. Destinations that come before the

selected destination are ignored.

 : To open the detailed view of the destination

in question.

Function buttons

C

Available function buttons.

New dest.

: To add a new destination to the tour.

Destinations

: To add a new destination from

My destinations

 to the tour.

Save

: To store the created tour in the tour mem-

ory.

Start

: To start route guidance.

Calculate

a)

: To update calculated distance

and estimated arrival time.

Stop

b)

: To stop route guidance to the active

destination.

1

To move a stopover or a destination to another

position on the list. Press and hold to move the
destination.

a)

This function button is only displayed with route

guidance activated and when a destination has been
added to the tour.

b)

This function button is only displayed with route

guidance activated.

Special destinations (POI)

Fig. 216 

Points of interest on the map.

The points of interest saved in the memory
are divided into different categories. Each
category of special destinations has a sym-
bol assigned to it.

In the 

Map settings

 menu, you can indicate

the special destinations that you want to dis-
play on the map. Up to 10 categories can be
selected.

Display of points of interest on the map can
be enabled or disabled with the 

View 

››› 

page 221

 button.

Selecting a point of interest on the map

Function buttons

1

There are several points of interest in the area.
Press this symbol to open a list of points of in-
terest.

220

Operating modes

Function buttons

2

The only point of interest in this zone. Press the
symbol to open the detailed view of the point of
interest.

Search for a point of interest

In the 

Navigation

 main menu, press the

Points of interest

 function button 

.

Press the 

More points of interest

 button.

Function buttons

Search area

: To select the area in which special des-

tinations must be searched.

 

Surroundings of the location

: Points of interest will

be searched around the location.

 

Surroundings of the destination

a)

: Points of interest

will be searched around the destination.

 

On the route

a)

: Points of interest will be searched

along the route.

 

Surroundings of the address

: Points of interest will

be searched around the address entered.

 

Select on the map

: Points of interest will be

searched around the destination selected on

the map. To select a destination on the map,
press the 

Edit

 button.

Search category

: Select the main category (e.g. 

Ve-

hicle and travel

), the category (e.g. 

Air-

ports

) and then the desired entry on the list.

 

Save

: To save the selected point of interest in

the destination memory 

››› 

page 218

.

Function buttons

 

Dial number

: Establishes a telephone connec-

tion with the number stored for the point of inter-
est.

 

Start

: Starts guided navigation to the selected

point of interest.

Search name

: To search a point of interest entering

the name or using synonyms of the categories

(e.g. “Sleep” for hotels and hostels).

a)

This function button is only displayed with route

guidance activated.

View

In the 

Navigation

 main menu, press the 

View

function button.

Function buttons

Map display in two dimensions (con-

ventional).

Map display in three dimensions (bird's

eye view).

a)

To display the destination on the map.

a)

To display the route on the map.

Auto /
Day / Night

To switch between day and night for-
mat.

Function buttons

SPLIT
SCREEN

Show the split screen 

››› 

page 221

.

POI

Press to display the categories of the
points of interest selected on the map.
Also see 

››› 

page 220, Special desti-

nations (POI)

.

In the 

Navigation settings

menu, under 

Map settings

 you can

configure the categories of points of

interest to display on the map

››› 

page 224

.

a)

Only displayed with route guidance activated.

Split screen

Fig. 217 

Split screen displayed.

The split screen 

››› 

Fig. 217

 

A

 shows the in-

formation detailed below:

»

221

Infotainment system

In the 

Navigation

 main menu, press the

View 

 function button.

Enable the 

 Split screen

 button by pressing

.

Press the 

... 

 function button. the split

screen to select a display option.

Function buttons

Audio

: Indicates the selected audio source.

Compass

: Displays a compass with the current trav-

elling direction and indicates the current position of
the vehicle (street name).

Manoeuvre

a)

: The list of manoeuvres is displayed.

Road signs

: Based on the features of the vehicle, the

road signs stored in the navigation data 

››› 

page 224

or the road signs recognised by the road sign detec-
tor are displayed 

››› 

page 224

.

Sat. data

: current vehicle position in coordinates and

GPS status (satellite reception).

a)

This is only active when route guidance is active.

Press the 

 function button to close the split

screen.

Map display

Fig. 218 

Messages and function buttons on

the map display.

Function buttons and messages on the
map display.

To activate function buttons 

1

 and 

, press

function button 

3

.

Function buttons

1

To select automatic scaling. If the function is
active, the symbol is displayed in blue (

).

2

Current altitude indicator.

3

View map scale (

 or 

). Rotate the set-

tings button to modify the scale of the map.

To change the orientation of the map (north-
facing or direction of travel). This function is on-

ly available in 2D mode.

To centre the exact vehicle position on the map.

Function buttons

To centre the exact destination on the map. This
function button is only displayed if either 

Dis-

play destination on map

 is selected

››› 

page 221

.

Briefly zooms in on the map. After a few sec-
onds, it automatically returns to the last selec-

ted scale.

Traffic bulletins and dynamic desti-
nation guidance (TRAFFIC)

The Infotainment system constantly receives
traffic reports (TMC/TMCpro) in the 

back-

ground

, if a traffic information station is

tuned.

Traffic bulletins are displayed on the map
with symbols 

››› 

page 223, Traffic reports on

map (selection)

 and they are required dy-

namic destination guidance 

››› 

page 223,

Dynamic route guidance

.

List of available traffic reports

Press the 



 infotainment button to dis-

play the list of current traffic bulletins.

Press the 

 function button and select 

All

or 

Route

.

Function buttons

All

: All traffic bulletins received will be displayed.

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Operating modes

Function buttons

Route

: The traffic bulletins received that affect the

calculated route will be displayed.

Dynamic route guidance

In order for dynamic route guidance to func-
tion, 

Dynamic route

 must be activated in the

route options.

If a traffic report is received that affects the
route being travelled, an alternative route will
be searched for if the system calculates that
time can be saved.

If, on the other hand, the alternative route
does not save time, the route will continue
with the traffic jam. In both cases, an an-
nouncement will be made.

Shortly before reaching the announced traf-
fic jam, it is indicated again.

Avoiding a traffic jam by following the instruc-
tions of a traffic bulletin does not always save
time, for example, if alternative routes are
congested. The effectiveness of dynamic
navigation depends on the traffic bulletins
that are received.

The rest of the route that has to be travelled
can be manually excluded to force its recal-
culation 

››› 

page 218

.

Traffic reports on map (selection)

Symbol: Meaning

 : Slow traffic

 : Traffic jam

 : Accident

 : Slippery road surface (ice or snow)

 : Slippery road surface

 : Danger

 : Road works

 : Strong wind

 : Road closed to traffic

During route guidance, traffic incidents that
do 

not

 affect the calculated route calculated

are displayed in grey.

The length of a traffic jam on the calculated
route is shown by a red line.

Incidents that affect the calculated route and
that have led to the recalculation of the route
are shown in orange.

The position of a symbol indicates the start of
the traffic jam if it is precisely specified in the
traffic bulletin.

Importing vCards (electronic busi-
ness cards)

Importing vCards to the destination mem-
ory

Insert the data storage device with the stor-

ed vCards or connect it to the Infotainment
system 

››› 

page 203

.

Press the 

Settings 

 function button in the

Navigation

 main menu.

In the 

Navigation settings

 menu, press

the 

Import destinations

 function button.

Select the data carrier with the vCards

saved in the list.

Press 

Import all vCards from this folder

.

Confirm the import notice with the 

OK

function button.

Saved vCards will now be in the destinations
memory 

››› 

page 218

.

Note

Only one address per vCard can be impor-
ted. In the event any vCards have multiple
addresses, only the main address will be
imported.

223

Infotainment system

Navigation with images

Fig. 219 

Images main menu.

Selecting an image and starting route
guidance

Press the Infotainment 



 button and then

select the 

Images

 context.

Press the 

››› 

Fig. 219 

1

 function button and

select the data storage device where the im-
ages are stored.

If the image displayed was taken using GPS

localisation, the 

 function button will appear.

Press to start guidance to a destination.

Road signs indication

The road sign indication must be active in the

Navigation settings

 menu 

››› 

page 224

.

If there are road signs stored in the navigation
data for the route you are driving on, the sys-

tem can display them on the map (e.g. a
speed limit).

Take into account the age of the navigation
data and the limitations of the navigation sys-
tem 

››› 

page 215

!

Recognition of road signs

Some vehicles have a road sign recognition
camera. If the vehicle has road sign recogni-
tion and it is active, road signs detected by
the system will be displayed on the map,
along with additional information.

Read and take into account the information
and indications of the road signs recognition
system 

››› 

page 78

.

Route guidance in Demo mode

If demo mode is activated in the 

Navigation

settings

 menu, an additional pop-up win-

dow opens when you start route guidance.

Pressing the 

Demo mode

 function button

starts a “virtual route guidance” to the desti-
nation you have entered.

If you press the 

Normal

 function button, a

“real route guidance” starts.

The development and operation of virtual
route guidance is compatible with the devel-
opment and operation of real route guidance.

Virtual route guidance is repeated after
reaching the fictitious destination and re-
starts from the starting point, if it is 

not

 inter-

rupted beforehand.

When the starting point of the Demo mode is
manually set 

Navigation settings

 menu,

the virtual route guidance starts from that po-
sition.

A manually entered starting point is overwrit-
ten with the current location of the vehicle, if
the vehicle starts moving.

Note

Deactivate the Demo mode after use, oth-
erwise you will always have to select
whether to start a virtual route or normal
route before starting route guidance.

Navigation settings

Press the 

Navigation

 function button in the

main 

Settings 

 menu.

Function buttons

Route options

: To make the route calculation adjust-

ments.

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Operating modes

Function buttons

 

Suggest 3 alternative routes

: After starting route

guidance, 3 alternative routes are proposed

››› 

page 217

.

 

Route

: Route type selection.

   

Economical

: Route calculation, taking econom-

ic aspects into account.

   

Fast

: The fastest route to the destination.

   

Short

: The shortest route to the destination,

even if it results in longer travelling time.

 

Dynamic route

: Dynamic route guidance activates

when a TMC is received 

››› 

page 222

.

 

Avoid motorways and highways

: Motorways will be

excluded from the route calculation wherever
possible.

 

Avoid ferries and motorail trains

: Ferries and motorail

trains will not be taken into account for the route
calculation, wherever possible.

 

Avoid toll roads

: Toll roads will be excluded from

the route calculation, whenever possible.

 

Avoid tunnels

: Tunnels will be excluded from the

route calculation, whenever possible.

 

Avoid routes requiring toll stickers

: Mandatory toll

stickers (stickers certifying that the toll has been

paid) will be excluded from the route calculation
whenever possible.

Function buttons

 

Show available toll stickers

a)

: To mark the available

toll stickers on the list
(

Avoid routes requiring toll stickers

 must be active).

Routes requiring toll stickers will be taken into ac-

count in the route calculation if it is marked that
the toll sticker is available.

Map

: To adjust the map display settings.

 

Show road signs

: The road signs stored in the navi-

gation data for the road you are driving on are dis-

played during route guidance 

››› 

page 224

.

 

Lane guidance

: During route guidance, an addi-

tional indication is displayed to recommend a
lane when driving, and when turning on roads with

several lanes. Only if the data bank contains infor-
mation about the area that is being driven
through.

 

Show favourites

: The destinations saved as favour-

ites on the map are displayed (

).

 

Show POIs

   

Select categories for POIs

: To select the POI cate-

gories shown on the map 

››› 

page 220

.

   

Show brand logos for POIs

: Displays logos of the

selected special destinations categories (e.g.
displays logos of service stations).

Manage memory

: To make adjustments to the stored

destinations.

 

Sort contacts

: To select the sequential order of

agenda entries recorded with postal addresses,
see also 

››› 

page 218

.

 

Define home address

: To assign or edit a home ad-

dress, see also 

››› 

page 219

.

Function buttons

 

Delete user data

: To delete stored destinations (e.g.

Last destinations

 or the 

Destination

memory

).

Navigation announcements

: To change the navigation

announcements settings.

 

Volume

: To adjust the volume of audible driving

recommendations.

 

No navigation announcements during calls

: During a

telephone conversation, audio driving recommen-

dations will not be given.

Speed limits

: Shows the speed limits, depending on

the road, of the country that is being driven through.

Fuel options

: To change fuel related settings.

 

Select preferred petrol station

: The brand of the se-

lected service station is given priority in special
destination search results.

 

Fuel warning

: The fuel warning is active.

  If the fuel level reaches the reserve, an appropri-

ate warning is generated that enables the service
station search.

Import destinations

: To import digital business cards

(vCards) into the destination memory 

››› 

page 223

.

Version information

: Information about stored naviga-

tion data.

Advanced settings

: For making advanced changes to

the navigation settings.

 

Time display

: Indication 

 during route guidance.

»

225

Infotainment system

Function buttons

   

Time of arrival

: The estimated time of arrival at

the destination is displayed.

   

Running time

: The envisaged travelling time to

the destination is displayed.

 

Status line

: View 

 during route guidance.

   

Destination

: The calculated distance to the

destination is shown.

   

Next stopover

: The calculated distance to the

next stopover is shown.

 

Note: National border crossed

: Indication of the

speed limits of the country in question when
crossing a border.

 

Demo mode

: When the Demo mode is active and

route guidance is started, a virtual guide to the en-
tered destination may be started 

››› 

page 224

.

   

Define demo mode starting point

: If the Demo

mode is active and the vehicle is stopped, a fic-
titious starting point can be set for the virtual
route guidance.

a)

This functionality will depend on the country.

Telephone

General information

Telephone functions can only be used if there
is a mobile phone connected by Bluetooth to
the infotainment system 

››› 

page 228

.

To do this, the phone must have the 

Blue-

tooth® function

 activated.

The instructions shown on the screen for the
telephone menus will depend on the mobile
telephone used.

Only use compatible Bluetooth® devices. For
further information on compatible Bluetooth®
products, ask your nearest SEAT dealer or
check on the Internet.

Use the instruction manual of the mobile tele-
phone and of any accessories.

If you detect any operating issues between
your mobile telephone and the Infotainment
system, restart your mobile by switching it off
and on again.

Some functions and setup can only be per-
formed when the vehicle is stopped and are
not available on all mobile telephones.

You may experience poor reception or may
be cut off in areas where the signal is weak.

Most electronic devices are shielded against
HF (high-frequency) signals. In any case, the
electronic equipment may not be protected
from the HF signals of the telephone man-
agement system. This may cause interfer-
ence.

Priority mobile phone

A priority-connected mobile phone has 

full

access to the user profile.

It offers all the telephone management sys-
tem functions.

Associated mobile phone

A mobile phone connected as an associate
does 

not

 have access to the user profile.

Incoming calls can be received and main-
tained through the phone's management sys-
tem.

Outgoing calls can only be maintained
through the phone's management system, if
they have been started with the mobile
phone.

During a telephone call the functions

››› 

page 231, During a phone call

 are avail-

able.

WARNING

General, mandatory, legal and country-
specific instructions and laws for the use of
mobile phones inside the vehicle must al-
ways be considered.

WARNING

Speaking by telephone and using the mo-
bile telephone management system whilst
driving can distract you from the road and
cause an accident.

In areas of little coverage your call may

be cut off and you may not be able to make
even emergency calls.

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Operating modes

WARNING

Mobile telephones may interfere with and
alter the correct operation of pacemakers
if they are carried directly over them.

Maintain a minimum distance of at least

20 centimetres between the aerials of the
mobile telephone and the pacemaker.

Do not carry your switched-on mobile

telephone in your breast pocket directly
over the pacemaker.

If you suspect interference, switch off the

mobile telephone immediately.

CAUTION

High speeds, poor weather or road condi-
tions and the quality of reception can all
affect the audio quality of a telephone con-
versation in the vehicle.

Note

Restrictions on the use of devices using

Bluetooth® technology may apply in some
countries. For further information, contact
the local authorities.

If you wish to connect a device via Blue-

tooth®, consult the safety warnings in its
instruction manual. Use only compatible
Bluetooth® products.

Using a mobile telephone inside the vehi-

cle may provoke noise in the speakers.

Some networks may not recognise all of

the language characters or offer all of the
services.

Places with special regulations

In the majority of cases, these places are
signposted, but not always clearly. They in-
clude, for example:

The vicinity of chemical pipelines and

tanks.

The lower decks of boats and ferries.

In the proximity of vehicles that run on liquid

gas (such as propane or butane).

Places where the air is laden with chemi-

cals or particles such as flour, dust or metal
powder.

All other places where the vehicle engine

must be switched off.

WARNING

Switch off the mobile phone in areas with a
risk of explosion! The mobile telephone
may automatically reconnect to the mobile
telephone network if it loses the Bluetooth®
connection to the telephone management
system.

CAUTION

In areas where special regulations apply or
the use of mobile telephones is prohibited,
both the telephone and the telephone
management system must always be
switched off. Interference may be caused
with sensitive technical and medical equip-
ment, possibly resulting in a malfunction or
damage to the equipment.

Bluetooth®

Bluetooth® technology allows a mobile tele-
phone to be connected to your vehicle's tele-
phone management system. Prior pairing be-
tween the two is required for this purpose.

Some Bluetooth® mobile telephones connect
automatically when the ignition is turned on if
a connection has been previously establish-
ed. Its Bluetooth® function must be activated
for this purpose, and there must be no Blue-
tooth® connection with other devices.

Bluetooth® connections are free.

Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Blue-
tooth® SIG, Inc.

Bluetooth® profiles

When a mobile phone is connected to the tel-
ephone management system, a data ex-
change takes place via one of the Bluetooth®
profiles.

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227

Infotainment system

Hands-free telephone profile (HFP):

 the

HFP can be used to manage calls through the
infotainment system.

Audio profile (A2DP):

 This profile allows

audio to be transmitted with stereo quality. It
may require connecting other profiles for
managing and controlling playback.

Phone book access profile (PBAP):

 Allows

phone book contents to be downloaded from
the mobile telephone.

Message profile (MAP):

1)

 It allows short

messages (SMS) to be downloaded and
synchronised.

Audio and video remote control profile

(AVRCP):

 To view information of tracks and

control playback on the mobile device.

Note

The mobile telephone's button and warning
tones should be off. Where necessary, dis-
connect the headset from the mobile tele-
phone you wish to connect to the system.

Pre-installation for mobile phone
Basic

If there is a mobile phone connected to the
telephone management system through the

Bluetooth® Hands-Free-Profile (

HFP

), you

can make phone calls with the hands-free
system.

The aerial of the vehicle 

cannot

 be used.

Take into account the instructions to use a
mobile telephone in the vehicle without con-
nection to the external antenna 

››› 

page 346

.

Possible types of connection Basic

The types of connection depend on the
country and device in question.

To see the meaning of the acronyms and
terms of the table, see 

››› 

page 227

.

Device 1

Device 2

HFP (with priority) +

A2DP/AVRCP

HFP (associated)

HFP (with priority)

HFP (associated) +

A2DP/AVRCP

HFP (with priority)

HFP (associated)

HFP

A2DP/AVRCP

HFP (with priority) +

A2DP/AVRCP

HFP

Pairing and connecting a mobile
telephone to the Infotainment sys-
tem

In order to manage a mobile telephone via
the Infotainment system, it is necessary to
pair both devices 

once

.

For your safety, pairing should be done when
the vehicle is stationary. In some countries it is
not possible to perform the pairing with the
vehicle running.

Conditions

The ignition must be switched on.

The 

Bluetooth® function

 of the mobile

phone and the infotainment system must be
active and visible.

The 

keypad lock

 on the mobile telephone

must be deactivated.

Follow instructions in the manual for the mo-
bile telephone.

During the pairing process, it is necessary to
enter data via the mobile telephone's keypad.

Pairing a mobile telephone

Press the infotainment 



 button.

Press the 

Find telephone

 function button.

1)

Not available for the Media System Colour

model.

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Operating modes

As soon as the search is completed, the
names of the Bluetooth® devices found are
displayed on-screen.

Turn on the mobile phone you want to pair

on the list of Bluetooth® devices found.

The infotainment system and the mobile
phone can be connected to each other. To
terminate the connection of both devices,
you might have to enter more data on the
mobile phone and the Infotainment system.

If necessary, confirm the pairing on the mo-

bile phone.

Depending on the mobile phone:

Use your mobile telephone to enter and

confirm your PIN code, as instructed in the
display of the infotainment system.

OR:

Compare the PIN code shown on the dis-

play of the Infotainment system with that
shown on the mobile telephone. If they
match, confirm on 

both

 devices.

Once the pairing has completed successful-
ly, the 

Telephone

 main menu is displayed

along with the phonebook, call list and SMS
stored on the mobile phone, which are auto-
matically loaded. Confirmation on the mobile
phone may be necessary.

The duration of the loading process depends
on the amount of data stored on the mobile
telephone. After loading, the data will be
available on the Infotainment system.

Pairing and connection of mobile tele-
phones

You can pair up to 20 mobile telephones to
the Infotainment system, but the number of si-
multaneous connections varies:

Media System Colour

: one phone connec-

ted to the hands-free profile and the same or
a different one as Bluetooth® audio.

Media System Plus / Navi System

: two mo-

bile phones simultaneously connected to the
hands-free profile, and one of them as Blue-
tooth® audio.

When the Infotainment system is switched on,
it connects to the last connected mobile tele-
phone. If it is not possible to connect to this
mobile telephone, the system will try to con-
nect to the next mobile telephone on the list
of paired devices.

The 

maximum

 range of the connection is ap-

prox. 

10 metres

. The connection will be inter-

rupted if this distance is exceeded. The con-
nection is 

automatically

 re-established as

soon as the device is once again within Blue-
tooth® range.

WARNING

Do not perform the pairing and connection
process while driving. This may cause an
accident!

Note

Check that there are no requests pending
acceptance in your mobile phone. If there
are, this could block some of the functions
in the Telephone menu.

Switching the telephone manage-
ment system off

End the current call.

Switch the ignition off.

Remove the key from the ignition switch.

Turn the mobile phone off.

If the key is still in the ignition switch after
turning off the ignition, it will 

not

 turn off. After

around 15 minutes of delayed disconnection
(default value) the telephone management
system will switch off.

Note

If there was a mobile phone connected to
the telephone management system, the
emitting unit of the mobile phone will still
be on after turning the phone management

»

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Infotainment system

system off. You might have to turn off the
mobile phone.

Telephone main menu

Fig. 220 

PHONE main menu.

Fig. 221 

Incoming call.

User profile

A connected mobile phone is stored in the tel-
ephone's management system as a user pro-
file.

The telephone management system can
store up to a 

maximum of 4 user profiles

 for

mobile telephones. If another mobile phone is
paired, the user profile that has not been
used for the longest time is automatically de-
leted.

The user profile stores the phone’s contact
data, the stored favourites (speed-dial but-
tons) and the settings in the 

User profile

settings

 menu.

When the mobile phone connects to the tele-
phone management system again, the data
and settings become available again.

If any entries in the mobile phone book are
modified while connected, a manual update
of the phone book data can be initiated from
the 

User profile settings

 

››› 

page 238

menu. The next time that the mobile tele-
phone is connected (e.g. on the next journey)
the phonebook is updated automatically.

Opening the PHONE main menu

Press the 



 button on the Infotainment

system to open the 

Telephone

 

››› 

Fig. 220

main menu.

Function buttons

1

Mobile phone with priority

a)

 and con-

nected.

Press to connect or pair a different

mobile phone.

2

b)

Associated mobile phone

a)

 and con-

nected.

Press to change its priority. The asso-
ciated mobile phone becomes the

priority mobile phone and vice-versa.

3

Favourites (speed dial buttons), to

which a contact can be assigned

››› 

page 237

.

 

Dial

number

To open the number pad and enter a
telephone number 

››› 

page 232

.

 

Con-

tacts

To open the contacts of the paired
mobile phone 

››› 

page 233

.

 

SMS

c)

To open the SMS menu 

››› 

page 235

.

 

Calls

To open call lists of the paired mobile
telephone 

››› 

page 236

.

 

Setup

To open the 

Telephone settings

››› 

page 237

. menu.

Press to 

accept

 a call.

Press to 

end

 a call.

OR:

 Press to 

reject

 an incoming call.

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Operating modes

Function buttons

Press to mute the call signal during a
call and to reactivate it.

a)

See more information about priority or associated

mobile phones and about user profiles 

››› 

page 230

.

b)

Only displayed if the associated mobile telephone

is connected. Not available for the Media System Col-
our model.

c)

Depending on the mobile phone connected. Not

available for the Media System Colour model.

Instructions and symbols of the phone
management system

Display: Meaning

A

Name of the mobile network operator

(provider) of the SIM of the paired phone.

B

View of stored telephone number or name.
If the stored contact has an assigned im-
age, it can be displayed 

››› 

page 237

a)

.

When receiving a call, the name of the
mobile phone receiving the call is dis-

played (priority or associated mobile

phone).

Paired mobile telephone battery charge
status.

Strength of coverage signal received by
the mobile telephone.

a)

Depending on the mobile phone connected. Not

available for the Media System Colour model.

During a phone call

Fig. 222 

During a phone call.

After starting a call with a phone number, the

PHONE

 main menu switches to the 

Phone call

screen 

››› 

Fig. 222

.

Display and function buttons: operation
and effect

A

Press to disconnect the microphone of

the pre-installation for mobile phone dur-
ing a phone call (button 

 switches to

).

Press to connect the microphone of the
pre-installation for mobile phone during a
phone call (button 

 switches to 

).

a)

Press to keep the phone call through the
pre-installation for mobile phone.

Display and function buttons: operation

and effect

B

View of stored telephone number or
name. If the stored contact has an as-

signed image, it can be displayed

››› 

page 237

b)

.

When receiving a call, the name of the
mobile phone receiving the call is dis-

played (priority or associated mobile
phone).

Press to open the detailed view of the
contact.

c)

Press to hold a call.

When there is a call on hold, audio trans-
mission is off. Phone calls held in the vehi-

cle are not transmitted.

Press to end a call.

a)

This button is only displayed when the phone call is

on the mobile phone.

b)

Depending on the mobile phone connected. Not

available for the Media System Colour model.

c)

Not available for the Media System Colour model.

Functions during a phone call

Functions available

Mute the micro-

phone of the pre-

installation for
mobile phone

Press the 

 function button.

The microphone of the pre-in-
stallation for mobile phone is
muted (button 

 switches to

).

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Infotainment system

Functions available

Turn on the mi-
crophone of the
pre-installation
for mobile phone

Press the 

 function button.

The microphone is enabled (but-
ton 

 switches to 

).

Have a phone
call via the mo-

bile phone

Press the function button

Settings 

 and then

Hands-free

.

The hands-free system is disa-
bled and the phone call contin-

ues on the mobile phone (button

 switches to 

).

Return to the
phone call

through the pre-
installation for
mobile phone.

Press the 

 function button.

OR:

 Press the 

Settings 

 func-

tion button and them press

 Hands free

.

The hands-free system is ena-

bled and the phone call contin-
ues on the pre-installation for
mobile phone (button 

switches to 

).

Enter telephone number menu

Fig. 223 

Enter telephone number menu.

Fig. 224 

Enter telephone number menu (select

a contact from the list).

Open the 

Enter telephone number menu

Press the 

Select number 

 function button

to open the 

Enter phone number

 menu.

SOS

 Emergency call

1)

Press the function button to make an emer-

gency call.

 Assistance call

1 )

Press the function button to obtain help in

the event of breakdown.

SEAT, S.A. Authorised Services are also at
your disposal with their mobile units.

 Information call

1 )

Press the function button to obtain informa-

tion about the SEAT, S.A. brand and selected
additional services related to traffic and trav-
el.

 Call mailbox

Press the 

 Voice mail

 function button to

start the connection.

OR:

 Press the 

 function button for about 2

seconds to start the connection.

1)

This depends on the country and unit in ques-

tion. Not available for the Media System Colour
model.

232

Operating modes

If the number for the mailbox has not yet
been stored, enter it and confirm with 

OK

.

Stored numbers can be modified in the 

User

profile settings

 

››› 

page 238

 menu.

1)

 Prefix function

The prefix function serves to add a prefix to
the phone number entered or stored when di-
alling, e.g. to make a phone call from a differ-
ent profile of the SIM (Dual/TwinBill) or to
cancel service or control orders on the phone
network (e.g. hide phone number).

Enter the phone number without the prefix

and press 

/

.

The prefix stored in the 

Use profile set-

tings

 

››› 

page 238

 menu is automatically

placed before the phone number and the call
starts.

2)

 Voice input

Press the function button to start a connec-

tion through voice control through a phone
number.

Enter telephone number

Entering a phone number with the keypad.

Press the 

 function button to make a call.

Select a contact from the list

Enter the first letters of the contact to find

using the keypad. The available entries ap-
pear on the list of contacts 

››› 

Fig. 224

.

Search in the phonebook and press the de-

sired contact to establish the connection.

Enter the country code

To enter a country code, instead of the first
two digits (international access code e.g.

00

”) you can enter the character “

+

”.

Press the function button 

0

 for approx. 2

seconds to add the 

+

.

Phonebook Menu (contacts)

Fig. 225 

Contacts Menu (phonebook).

Fig. 226 

Search window.

»

1)

The function button is only displayed when the

prefix button is enabled in the 

User profile

settings

 

››› 

page 238

 menu.

2)

This depends on the country and unit in ques-

tion. Not available for the Media System Colour
model.

233

Infotainment system

Once the first pairing is made, it may take
some time until the phonebook data

1)

 of the

paired mobile are available in the infotain-
ment system. Depending on the volume of
data that has to be transferred, the process
may take several minutes. It may be necessa-
ry to confirm the data transmission on the
mobile phone.

The phonebook can also be viewed during a
telephone conversation.

If the name saved in the phonebook has an
assigned photo, it can be displayed on the list
next to the name. To do this, the option

Show pictures for contacts

 in the 

Phone set-

tings

 context must be enabled and your mo-

bile phone must support this functionality
(check the compatibility list) 

››› 

page 237,

Phone settings

.

In the 

Telephone

 main menu, press the

Contacts 

 function button to access the

phone book.

Select a contact from the list

Search the list and press on the desired

contact to make the call.

OR:

 If the contact has several numbers, first

press on the contact and then press on the
desired number for making the call.

Search for a contact in the search window

Press the 

Search

 function button

››› 

Fig. 225

 to open the search window.

Enter the name of the contact you are look-

ing for in the window 

››› 

Fig. 226

. While the

characters are being entered, a contact is
displayed in the input field.

The number of matching results is dis-

played to the right of the input field. Press the
function button to go to the list.

Search the list and press on the desired

contact to make the call.

Opening the detailed view of a contact

Press the function button 

 

››› 

Fig. 225

 lo-

cated next to the entry in the contact list

2)

.

All the telephone numbers are displayed in
the detailed view, and where applicable, the
address recorded for the contact in question.

Read contact name

Press the function button 

 on the detailed

list if you want the voice control system to
read the name of the contact 

2)

.

Call a contact

Press the desired telephone number on the

detailed list to make the call.

Send SMS to a contact

Press the function button 

 on the detailed

list

2)

.

Start route guidance to a contact's ad-
dress

3)

If the contact’s address data has been saved,
route guidance can be started to the con-
tact's address.

Press address data in the detailed view to

start route guidance.

1)

Depending on the device, only contacts in the

phone's memory are loaded.

2)

Not available for the Media System Colour

model.

3)

Valid for Navi System and Navi System Plus.

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