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Infotainment system

SEAT CONNECT services and functions
that do not require activation

The following services also work without the
activation of SEAT CONNECT:

Public emergency call service.

Privacy mode.

Legal.

SEAT CONNECT services

The SEAT CONNECT services are:

Private emergency call

Public emergency call

Roadside assistance call

Customer support

Service appointment planning

Online system update

Customisation

Activating SEAT CONNECT

Private mode (deactivation of services)

Delete user / Reset factory settings

Remote independent heating

Remote opening

Horn and turn signals

Vehicle status incl. doors and lights

Driving data

Vehicle status report

Anti-theft alarm warning

Zone warning

Speed warning

Online map update

Search for points of interest

Petrol stations

Online traffic information

Parking lots

Online infotainment system update

Online route calculation

Information on risks

Dictation

Natural voice control for destinations and

addresses

Online radio

Online media

Online route import

Online destination import

Remote auxiliary ventilation

Parking position

Privacy mode

Legal

SEAT CONNECT services for hybrid vehi-
cles

Available only in electric and hybrid vehicles.

Remote air conditioning

Electrical power manager

Departure times

plus all SEAT CONNECT services in the pre-

vious section 

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SEAT CONNECT individual options

In-Car Applications. These applications

can be purchased and installed directly in
the infotainment system through the In-Car
store.

Full Link.

Data package. Pay per use data rates for

the use of online functions, for example, 2 GB
per month.

Note

The public emergency call service is

available regardless of whether the info-
tainment system is logged in.

Customisation and purchase of In-Car

applications require logging into infotain-
ment system, but the activation of the vehi-
cle in a SEAT CONNECT account is not nec-
essary.

Activation of SEAT CONNECT and S-
PIN

Activating SEAT CONNECT

The following steps are necessary for the ac-
tivation of SEAT CONNECT (including regis-
tration):

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Create a user account at https://my.seat or

directly through the infotainment system in
the User Management menu.

Place the SEAT CONNECT order and acti-

vate it.

Add the vehicle to your user account.

Prove ownership.

Prove your identity. It is only necessary if

you are to run SEAT CONNECT services rele-
vant to security.

You can activate it at https://my.seat or di-

rectly through the infotainment system. To
activate it through the infotainment system,
proceed as follows:

HOME > Manage users > Become pri-
mary user.

MENU > Settings > SEAT Connect >

Settings

Follow the rest of the indications and the in-
formation shown in the infotainment system.
During activation, you may be asked to cre-
ate an S-PIN.

Update option

9.2” Infotainment

yes

8.25” Infotainment

yes

SEAT CONNECT portal

yes

SEAT CONNECT application

yes

9.2"

8.25"

More information at https://my.seat/faqs.

S-PIN

The S-PIN is a sequence of several digits,
which can be selected when completed the
SEAT CONNECT registration.

When creating the S-PIN, avoid easy-to-
guess number sequences and known dates
of birth. You can change the S-PIN in the SEAT
CONNECT user account in “Account set-
tings”.

The S-PIN is necessary, for example, to pro-
tect your user profile or to run a SEAT CON-
NECT service relevant to the security of your
vehicle.

You must manage this S-PIN with absolute
confidentiality. If you reveal the S-PIN to third
parties, for security reasons you must change
it immediately.

Ownership and identity accredita-
tion

Depending on the Infotainment system, the
ownership accreditation method will be the
2-key method or the registration code meth-
od.

9.2” Infotainment system

To become a main user and thus prove own-
ership of the vehicle, you need both of the ve-
hicle’s physical keys. Ownership accredita-
tion takes place in the vehicle during registra-
tion or, if you already have a SEAT CONNECT
user account, you must log in through the in-
fotainment system and then go to 

Manage

users

Switch on the ignition and the infotainment

system.

In the infotainment system, register in SEAT

CONNECT.

Or:

 open the menu 

Manage users > Set-

tings > Become primary user

 and follow the

instructions.

Press the unlock button on the first vehicle

key.

Press the unlock button on the second vehi-

cle key.

8.25” Infotainment system

To become the main user and therefore ac-
credit ownership of the vehicle, you will need
the registration code found on the SEAT Web
Portal and in the APP after linking the vehicle
to your account (

My Garage > Add Vehicle

> Accept terms and conditions and SEAT
privacy policy

). Ownership is accredited in-

side the vehicle. Go to 

Vehicle settings >

SEAT CONNECT > Registration

 and enter

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the registration code shown on the Web Por-
tal or in the App.

Once the infotainment system has processed
the orders by radiofrequency, the accredita-
tion of the ownership will have been comple-
ted. You can control the current status in the
SEAT CONNECT portal.

How is ownership accredited?

9.2” Infotainment

2-Key method.

8.25” Infotainment

Registration code

SEAT CONNECT portal

No, it is not possible

SEAT CONNECT appli-

cation

No, it is not possible

Identity accreditation (SEAT Ident)

Identity accreditation must be done before
you can use SEAT CONNECT services that
are relevant to security, such as the “Remote
Opening” service. Identity accreditation can
be done in two ways:

In person at the SEAT dealership.

You can find more information about SEAT

Ident on the SEAT CONNECT portal at
https://my.seat.

Legal provisions

During the use of SEAT CONNECT services,
information is transferred and processed on-
line through the vehicle. Such data can also
provide (at least indirectly) information about
the driver in question, for example, driving be-
haviour and location. As a contracting party
in the SEAT CONNECT contract with SEAT,
S.A., you must ensure that when your vehicle
is used by other drivers (for example, family or
friends), data protection and personal rights
are respected. Therefore, you must inform
drivers in advance that the vehicle transfers
and receives data online, and that you can
access such data.

Not taking into account this obligation to in-
form, can infringe certain rights of the occu-
pants.

Users can manage data sending and trans-
fers through the privacy mode at any time.
More information at: https://my.seat/faq.

Follow-up services: ask all occupants

The follow-up services need geographical
and vehicle data to determine whether the
vehicle is being used within defined speed
ranges, where it has been parked or if it is be-
ing used in an established geographical area.
This information is displayed on the SEAT
CONNECT portal and in the SEAT CONNECT
app.

Therefore, before moving off, ask all the vehi-
cle occupants if they agree with the activa-
ted services. If they do not, deactivate the
service in question (if possible) or do not al-
low the occupants to use the vehicle.

GPS tracking: marking

If the vehicle has a factory-assembled con-
trol unit that transmits the its current geo-
graphical position and speed, the vehicle
usually has this GPS marking (e.g., on the roof
console). The absence of the marking on the
vehicle does not guarantee that the control
unit does not transmit the vehicle’s current
geographical position and speed.

Personal information

SEAT protects your personal data and only
uses them, as long as the law allows it or you
have given your consent on the occasion of a
use. You will find detailed information on data
processing in relation to SEAT CONNECT
services in the Privacy Policy, which you can
access in its corresponding current version
on the SEAT website.

Permanent transfer of the vehicle

If another person has left you the vehicle for
permanent use (for example, if you buy a
used vehicle), SEAT CONNECT may already
be activated and the previous user still has

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the possibility of accessing the data regis-
tered through SEAT CONNECT and control
certain functions of your vehicle.

In the infotainment system you can check if
your vehicle is assigned to a person as the
main user. In this case, you can register your-
self as the main user of the vehicle and thus
automatically delete the previous main user.
Alternatively, through the infotainment sys-
tem you can directly and permanently delete
the previous user as the main user, as well as
put the vehicle in offline mode and thus limit
both the communication of your vehicle with
the SEAT, S.A. data server and the processing
of personal and vehicle data.

Deactivating SEAT CONNECT serv-
ices

The following functions are available in the
infotainment system to deactivate and acti-
vate SEAT CONNECT services:

Central deactivation or activation

Individual deactivation or activation

You can rerun the corresponding services af-
ter cancelling their deactivation in the info-
tainment system.

Note

The services required by law and their data
transmission, such as the public emergen-
cy call system, cannot be disconnected or
deactivated.

Faults

Even if the prerequisites for the use of SEAT
CONNECT services are met, there may be
factors beyond the control of SEAT, S.A. that
interfere with the execution of such services
or prevent them. These may be specifically:

Maintenance, repair, deactivation, software

update and technical expansion of telecom-
munication equipment, satellites, servers and
data banks.

Change of the mobile telephony standard

for the transmission of mobile data by the tel-
ecommunications service provider, for exam-
ple, from UMTS to EDGE or GPRS.

Disconnection of an existing mobile phone

standard by the telecommunications service
provider.

Interference, disturbance or interruption in

the reception of the mobile phone and GPS
signal due to aspects such as high-speed
driving, solar storms, meteorological influen-
ces, topography, blocking equipment and the
intensive use of mobile phones in the radio
cells in question.

When in areas with zero or insufficient mo-

bile telephony or GPS signal. Also, for exam-
ple, in tunnels, confined areas between very
tall buildings, garages, underpasses, moun-
tains and valleys.

External information from third party sup-

plies available with limitations, incomplete or
incorrect, e.g. representations of maps.

Countries and regions where SEAT CON-

NECT is not offered.

Service management

Open the settings in 

Users

 and go to 

Privacy

settings and services

. In vehicles equipped

with the 9.2” Infotainment, it is accessed from

Users > Settings > Private Mode (deactiva-
tion of services)

. In vehicles equipped with

the 8.25” Infotainment it is accessed from

Settings > SEAT Connect > Privacy set-
tings and services

. You can do the following

in the infotainment system:

Check which SEAT CONNECT services are

currently available in the vehicle.

The number of SEAT CONNECT services

that are enabled or disabled.

Activate or deactivate SEAT CONNECT

services.

More information at https://my.seat.

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Privacy and Services Settings

SEAT CONNECT services can be activated
and deactivated individually. To do this, just
check the box corresponding to the service
you want to activate or deactivate. Use the
privacy mode option if you want to deacti-
vate all of the services at the same time.

Privacy mode

Allows you to deactivate or activate the serv-
ices depending on the selected privacy level.

Tracking

Share location.

 Main users and co-

users can view position data on the

SEAT CONNECT portal or app.

Location

Use location.

 Position, vehicle, and

user data are used for services.

Personal

No location.

 Only the vehicle data

and user data are used for services.

Incognito

Maximum privacy.

 Your services are

disabled. Only services required for
legal reasons use data.

Setting options are not available in all mar-
kets or in all vehicle models.

Note

If you deactivate each and every SEAT
CONNECT service, the OCU may continue
to transmit data.

Full Link

Introduction

With Full Link it is possible to view and use the
contents and functions that are shown on the
mobile phone device on the infotainment
screen.

To do this, the mobile phone device must be
connected with the infotainment system
through a USB interface.

Some technologies can also be used by
Wireless Full Link through the Bluetooth® in-
terface and a Wi-Fi connection.

The following technologies may be availa-
ble:

Apple CarPlay™

Android Auto™

MirrorLink®

The availability of the technologies that Full
Link includes depends on the country and the
mobile phone device used.

You will find more information on the SEAT
website (www.seat.com).

Access the Full Link main menu

Browsing the Full Link main menu depends on
the infotainment system used.

Click on 

 Full Link

.

Configure Wireless Full Link

In order to use Wireless Full Link, you must first
pair the mobile phone device with the info-
tainment system. To do this, proceed as fol-
lows:

Connect a mobile phone device for the first
time.

Unlock the mobile phone device.

Enable Wi-Fi reception and Bluetooth® on

the mobile phone device.

Connect the mobile phone device to the in-

fotainment system using a USB cable or via
Bluetooth®.

Access the Full Link main menu, unless it

appears automatically.

Select the mobile phone device and the

technology you want.

Confirm authorisation inquiries on the mo-

bile phone device to grant the necessary au-
thorisations to the infotainment system.

Disconnect the USB connection and con-

nect with the infotainment system again via
Wi-Fi or Bluetooth®. Wireless Full Link is now
configured.

The pairing has concluded. The connected
mobile phone device can also use Wireless
Full Link from now on without the USB con-
nection.

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If pop-up menus are rejected during the con-
nection process, Wireless Full Link will not be
available. In this case, SEAT recommends de-
leting the devices in both the telephone set-
tings and the infotainment system, and re-
starting the connection process.

WARNING

The use of applications while driving can
distract your attention from the traffic. Any
distraction affecting the driver in any way
can lead to an accident and cause injuries.

Always drive as carefully and responsibly

as possible.

WARNING

Any applications that are not suitable or
execute incorrectly may cause damage to
the vehicle, accidents and serious injuries.

Protect the mobile phone device and its

applications from inappropriate use.

Never carry out modifications to the ap-

plications.

Follow instructions in the instruction

manual for the mobile phone device.

CAUTION

SEAT cannot be held liable for any damage
caused to the vehicle as a result of the use
of applications that are of poor quality or
are defective, the inadequate program-
ming of the applications, the insufficient

coverage of the network, the loss of data
during transmission or the improper use of
mobile phone devices.

Note

Wireless Full Link may not be compatible

with all technologies.

Wireless Full Link (Android Auto ™ and Ap-

ple CarPlay ™) is disabled in countries
whose radio frequency regulations do not
allow it to operate.

Applications (apps)

With SEAT Full Link, the display of the con-
tents of SEAT applications and other provid-
ers installed on mobile phone devices can be
transferred to the infotainment screen.

In the case of third-party applications, there
may be compatibility problems.

Applications, their use and the necessary
mobile phone connection may be pay per
use.

The offer of applications can be varied and
designed for a vehicle or a specific country.
The content and volume of applications, as
well as the companies that offer them, may
vary. Some applications also depend on the
availability of third-party services.

It cannot be guaranteed that all the applica-
tions offered will work on all mobile phone
devices or with all their operating systems.

The applications offered by SEAT can be
modified, cancelled, deactivated, reactivated
and extended without prior notification.

To avoid distracting the driver while driving,
only certified applications can be used.

Full Link symbols and settings

To show more information
To open the Full Link settings menu
To select Apple CarPlay technology.
To select Android Auto™ technology.
To select MirrorLink® technology.

Apple CarPlay™

In order to use Apple CarPlay, the following
requirements must be met:

The iPhone™ 

must

 be compatible with Ap-

ple CarPlay™.

Voice control (Siri ™) 

must

 be active on the

iPhone™.

Apple CarPlay™ 

must

 be active without

limitations in the iPhone™ settings.

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The iPhone ™ 

must

 be connected to the in-

fotainment system via a USB connection. On-
ly USB connections with data transmission
are suitable for the use of Apple CarPlay™.

The USB cable used 

must

 be an original

Apple™ cable.

Apple CarPlay™ Wireless

: Bluetooth® and

Wi-Fi must also be activate on the iPhone™.

Establish connection

When you first connect an iPhone™, follow
the instructions on the infotainment system
screen and on the iPhone ™.

The requirements must be met to use Apple
CarPlay™.

Launch Apple CarPlay™:

Press 

 Full Link

 to access the Full Link

main menu.

Press Apple CarPlay™ to establish a con-

nection with the iPhone™.

Disconnecting

On the Apple CarPlay™ mode, press the

SEAT

 icon to access the Full Link main menu.

Press 

 to interrupt the active connection.

The representation of function buttons on the
screen may vary.

Special characteristics

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

Bluetooth® connections between the

iPhone™ and the infotainment system are not
possible.

If there is an active Bluetooth® connection,

it is automatically interrupted.

The phone functions are only available

through Apple CarPlay™. The functions de-
scribed for the Infotainment system are not
available.

The connected iPhone™ cannot be used as

a multimedia device in the Media main menu.

It is not possible to use the built-in naviga-

tion system and the Apple CarPlay™ naviga-
tion system at the same time. The last route
started interrupts the one that was previously
active.

Depending on the infotainment system you

use, on the instrument panel screen you can
view data from the Telephone and Media
mode.

With the multifunction steering wheel you

can accept or reject incoming calls, as well
as end an ongoing telephone conversation.

voice control

Press 

 briefly to start voice control using

the infotainment system.

Press this button for a long time to start

voice control (Siri™) of the connected
iPhone™.

Note

The availability of technologies depends

on the country and may vary.

You will find information about technical

requirements, compatible iPhones, certi-
fied applications and their availability on
the SEAT (www.seat.com) and Apple Car-
Play ™ websites, or at SEAT dealerships.

Android Auto™

Requirements for Android Auto™

In order to use Android Auto™, the following
requirements must be met:

The mobile phone device, called smart-

phone from here on, has to be compatible
with Android Auto™.

The smartphone must have an Android Au-

to™ application installed.

The smartphone has to be connected

through the USB connection with data trans-
mission with the infotainment system.

The USB cable used must be an original ca-

ble provided by the smartphone manufactur-
er.

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Android Auto™ Wireless:

 Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi

also have to be activated on the device.

Establish connection

When you first connect a smartphone, follow
the instructions on the infotainment system
screen and on the smartphone.

The requirements must be met to use Android
Auto™.

Launch Android Auto™:

Press 

 Full Link

 to access the Full link

main menu

Press Android Auto™ to establish a connec-

tion with the smartphone.

Disconnecting

In Android Auto™ mode, press the 

Exit/SEAT

icon to access the Full Link main menu.

Press 

 to interrupt the active connection.

Special characteristics

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

An active Android Auto™ device can be

connected at the same time via Bluetooth®
(HFP profile) with the infotainment system.

It is possible to use the phone’s functions

through Android Auto™. If the Android Auto™
device is connected at the same time via
Bluetooth® with the infotainment system, the

telephone function of the infotainment can
also be used.

An active Android Auto™ device 

cannot

 be

used as a multimedia device in the Media
main menu.

It is 

not

 possible to use the built-in naviga-

tion system and the Android Auto™ navigation
system at the same time. The last route star-
ted interrupts the one that was previously ac-
tive.

On the instrument panel screen you can

view data from the Telephone and Media
mode.

With the multifunction steering wheel you

can accept or reject incoming calls, as well
as end an ongoing telephone conversation.

voice control

Press 

 briefly to start voice control using

the infotainment system.

Press and hold this button to start voice

control (Google Assistant) on the connected
smartphone.

Note

The availability of technologies depends

on the country and may vary.

You will find information about technical

requirements, compatible mobile phone
devices, certified applications and their
availability on the SEAT (www.seat.com)

and Android Auto™ websites, or at SEAT
dealerships.

MirrorLink®

Requirements for MirrorLink®

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

The mobile device must be compatible with

MirrorLink™.

The mobile phone device must be connec-

ted to the infotainment system via a USB con-
nection that is suitable for data transmission.

The USB cable used must be an original ca-

ble provided by the mobile phone device
manufacturer.

Depending on the mobile phone device

used, a Car-Mode application that is suitable
for using MirrorLink® must be installed.

Establish connection

When you first connect a mobile phone de-
vice, follow the instructions on the infotain-
ment system screen and on the mobile phone
device.

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

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Launch MirrorLink®:

Press 

 Full Link

 to access the Full Link

main menu.

Press to establish the connection with the

mobile phone device.

Disconnecting

In the MirrorLink® mode, press the 

APP

 icon

to access the Full Link main menu.

OR:

 press 

 to access the MirrorLink® main

menu.

Press 

 to interrupt the active connection.

Special characteristics

During an active MirrorLink® connection, the
following characteristics are applicable:

An active MirrorLink® device can be con-

nected to the infotainment system at the
same time via Bluetooth®.

If the MirrorLink® device is connected to the

infotainment system via Bluetooth®, the tele-
phone function of the infotainment system
can be used.

You cannot use an active MirrorLink® de-

vice as a multimedia device in the Media
main menu.

On the instrument panel screen you can

view data from the Telephone mode.

The instrument panel screen does not dis-

play any indication to turn or the Media
mode.

With the multifunction steering wheel you

can accept or reject incoming calls, as well
as end an ongoing telephone conversation.

Function buttons

Function buttons and their function:

Return the Full Link main menu. Here you

can end the MirrorLink® connection,
connect another mobile phone device or
select another technology.
Press to close the open apps. Then press
the apps to be closed or the 

Close all

function button to close all the open ap-
plications.
Press to display the mobile phone device
screen on the infotainment system
screen.
To open the MirrorLink® settings.
Press to return to the MirrorLink® main
menu.

Note

You will find information about technical re-
quirements, compatible mobile phone de-
vices, certified applications and their avail-
ability on the SEAT (www.seat.com) and
MirrorLink® websites, or at SEAT dealer-
ships.

APP

WLAN access point

Introduction

3

 Not available for model: Media System

The infotainment system can be used to
share a WLAN connection with up to 8 devi-
ces 

››› 

page 165, Configuration for sharing

a connection over WLAN

.

The infotainment system can also use the
WLAN hotspot of an external device to pro-
vide Internet to the devices connected to the
hotspot (WLAN client) 

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Note

Data transmission may incur charges.

Due to the high volume of data exchanged,
SEAT recommends the use of a flat rate tar-
iff for data transmission. Mobile phone op-
erators can provide the relevant informa-
tion.

The exchange of data packages may

generate additional costs, depending on
your mobile phone rate, particularly if you
are abroad (for example, roaming rates).

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Configuration for sharing a con-
nection over WLAN

Establishing the connection with the wire-
less network (WLAN)

Press the 

 Settings

 button.

Activate the wireless network. To do this,

press the function button 

Wi-Fi > Infotain-

ment system as hotspot

.

Activate the wireless network (WLAN) on the

device that is to be connected. If necessary,
refer to the manufacturer’s instruction man-
ual.

Activate the mobile device assignment in

the infotainment system. To do this, press the
function button 

Enable as hotspot

 and

check the checkbox.

Enter and confirm the network key dis-

played on the device.

The following adjustments can also be made
in the 

Infotainment system as hotspot

menu:

Security level:

 WPA2 encryption automati-

cally generates a network key.

Network key:

 Network key automatically

generated. Press the function button to man-
ually change the network key. The network
key must have a minimum of 8 characters
and a maximum of 63.

SSID:

 WLAN Network name (maximum of 32

characters).

The wireless (WLAN) connection is establish-
ed. To complete the connection, it may be
necessary to enter other data into the device.

Repeat this process to connect other devices.

There is also the option of scanning the QR
code by connecting the device directly to the
infotainment system’s Wi-Fi network without
having to enter the password: select 

Settings

> Wi-Fi > Quick connection to infotainment
system

.

Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)

3

 This depends on the equipment and the coun-

try in question.

Wi-Fi Protected Setup

 can be used to create

a ciphered local wireless network quickly and
simply.

Establish the connection with the wireless

network (WLAN).

Press the WPS button on the WLAN router

until the warning light on the router starts
flashing. If the WLAN router does not support
WPS the network must be configured man-
ually.

OR:

 Press and hold the WLAN button on the

WLAN router until the WLAN light on the router
starts flashing.

Press the WPS button on the WLAN device.

The wireless (WLAN) connection is establish-
ed.

Repeat this process to connect other devices.

Configure Internet access

The infotainment system can use the WLAN
hotspot of an external device to establish an
Internet connection.

Establishing the connection with the wire-
less network (WLAN)

Activate and check the wireless hotspot on

the external device. If necessary, refer to the
manufacturer’s instruction manual.

Press the 

 Settings

 button; 

OR

 access

the 

Media

 and press the 

Settings

 menu.

Press the 

Wi-Fi > Connect to Wi-Fi

 menu

and put a check in the checkbox.

Press the 

Search for Wi-Fi

 button and se-

lect the device you want from the list.

If necessary, enter the network key of the

device in the infotainment system and con-
firm with 

OK

.

Manual settings:

To manually enter the network settings of

an external (WLAN) device.

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The wireless (WLAN) connection is establish-
ed. To complete the connection, it may be
necessary to enter other data into the device.

Note

Due to the large number of devices on the
market, it is not possible to guarantee fault-
free operation of all functions.

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Infotainment operation

voice control

Introduction

Voice control works both online and offline. In
online mode, commands are recorded more
accurately, as more data is available.

Voice control understands questions and ex-
pressions without having to learn commands.
Commands can be formulated freely and
can be colloquial. You will find proposals for
commands in the infotainment system.

Functions are reduced in offline mode.

Loud noises inside or outside the vehicle can
cause malfunctions, as well as confusing
phrases and answers.

Languages available depending on the
market

Online and offline:

 German, American Eng-

lish, British English, French, Italian, Spanish
and Czech. These languages have advanced
functions such as Online Commands, natural
interaction, etc.

The other languages of the infotainment sys-
tem 

do not

 offer Online Commands, air con-

ditioning control or natural interaction.

Requirements

Online and offline:

 voice control with the

corresponding infotainment installed in the
vehicle.

Online

 current SEAT CONNECT Plus con-

tract active.

Note

Voice control only recognises commands

in the language that is set in the infotain-
ment system.

Test the voice control with the vehicle

stopped before starting to move to famili-
arise yourself with its operation.

Additional information and examples can

be found in the menu 

 Help > Voice con-

trol

Activation word and commands

Voice control activation words

If you have connected the voice control via
the wake word, the connected infotainment
responds with 

How can I help you?

. It then

scans the words spoken in the vehicle after
the activation word.

Voice control starts when the infotainment
recognises the activation word.

Connect and disconnect the activation
word

Press 

 Settings > Voice control > Acti-

vate/deactivate wake word

.

Activation word:

Hola Hola

Commands

For voice control to recognise commands re-
liably, bear in mind the following tips for the
commands to work properly:

Pronounce clearly. Confusing commands

are not recognised. Speak in a normal tone of
voice. Speak a little louder if you are driving
at high speed.

Avoid outside noises. Open windows and

doors can interfere with voice control.

Avoid other secondary noises, such as con-

versations in the vehicle. Do not direct the air
flow from the outlets towards the microphone
or the interior lining of the roof.

Do not use a very strong accent or dialec-

tal.

Do not make long pauses.

Voice control is active and recognises the
words pronounced.

Note

When the activation word is disconnec-

ted, the infotainment system cannot be

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activated by means of the activation word.
Voice control is still available via the 

button on the multifunction steering wheel.

Availability depends on the country and

equipment.

Depending on the content of the phone

book and to ensure reliable recognition of
the names of the phone book, it may be
useful to change the order of the first and
last name of the contact in question.

Start and stop voice control

Depending on the equipment, you can start
voice control in different ways.

Start voice control

Voice control activation:

 say the word that

activates voice control.

Multifunction steering wheel:

 press the

voice control button 

.

The voice control ends automatically, if you
use infotainment functions, if the parking sys-
tem is activated or by incoming calls.

In some cases you can also start voice con-
trol of the connected mobile phone device,
by pressing and holding the voice control
button.

Manually ending voice control

Voice control can be cancelled with the 

Can-

cel

 command.

Multifunction steering wheel:

 press the

voice control button 

 twice in a row, or a

long press.

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Radio mode

Introduction

Fig. 123 

Schematic representation: Radio view

In Radio mode you can tune in the available
radio stations in different frequency bands
and memorise your favourites on the preset
buttons to access them quickly.

The types of reception and frequency bands
available depend on the equipment and the
country. In certain countries, frequency
bands may stop broadcasting or not be
available again.

Access the RADIO menu

Press 

HOME > 

 

››› 

Fig. 123

.

Access the settings

Press 

HOME > 

 > 

.

Online functions in Radio mode

Online functions in Radio mode are only
available under the following conditions:

SEAT CONNECT or SEAT CONNECT Plus

equipment.

You have an active SEAT CONNECT user

account.

Add the vehicle is assigned to your user ac-

count.

You have a corresponding data package

acquired from the In-Car store or have a data
volume for your own mobile phone device via
Wi-Fi access point.

Note

For streaming services you need to have

an account with the provider in question.

Radio stations are responsible for the

content of the information they transmit.
Additional electrical equipment connected
to the vehicle can cause interference in the
reception of the radio signal and noise in
the speakers.

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Foil or metal-coated stickers attached to

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

Radio equipment and symbols

The functions, as well as the types of recep-
tion and frequency bands available depend
on the equipment and the country.

AM tuner.

Dual FM receiver (diversity antenna).

Summarised FM station list.

Fusion of DAB and FM stations into one list.

Fusion of all stations stored in preset but-

tons into one list. Maximum 36 favourite sta-
tions.

Station logos.

DAB presentation (slideshow). Images that

are emitted sequentially.

Internet radio.

Universal symbols in Radio mode

To select the desired AM frequency
band.

To select the desired FM/DAB fre-

quency band.

To select the type of Internet

radio reception.

AM

FM/DAB

Online radio

Next to the name of the station, monitor-
ing of active traffic information stations
(TP).

Symbols on the FM/DAB frequency band

To display the frequency band for man-
ual selection of the FM frequency. Only
possible when the summary station list is
disconnected.
DAB not available.
DAB stations support presentations (sli-
deshow).

Symbols on the AM frequency band

Manually updating the station list.
To display the frequency band for man-
ual selection of the AM frequency.

Menus in Internet radio mode

Show station selection.
Open text search.
Show the last online radio stations
heard.
Show the 100 most played radio stations
and podcasts.
Show available online radio podcasts.

Show online radio stations, grouped by
country.
Show online radio stations by the de-
sired language.

TP

Show online radio stations whose pro-
gramme belongs to the desired musical
genre.

Selecting, tuning and saving a sta-
tion

Select the frequency band

Before selecting a station you have to select
a frequency band or a type of reception. Dif-
ferent stations are available depending on
the frequency band selected or the type of
reception.

The types of reception and frequency bands
available depend on the equipment and the
country.

Select the frequency band or type of re-

ception: AM, FM/DAB, FM (for devices that do
not have DAB), Internet radio.

Search and select a station

You can select radio stations in different
ways. The options vary depending on the fre-
quency band and the type of reception.

Select via the frequency band (AM and
FM)

Activate the frequency band.

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Click on the cursor, scroll through the fre-

quency band and release it when you reach
the frequency band you want.

OR:

 press on a point on the frequency

band. The cursor will automatically jump to
the corresponding frequency.

The station of the set frequency is tuned.

Select from the station list (AM and
FM/DAB)

The station list shows the stations that are
currently tunable. In the AM frequency band,
you may have to update the station list if you
are no longer in the area where you last ac-
cessed the station list. In the FM/DAB fre-
quency band, the station list is automatically
updated.

Open the station list

Press the station you want.

The selected station is tuned. In the case of
FM/DAB and if the station is available, the
best quality reception is automatically selec-
ted.

Search and filter stations (Internet radio)

In Online Radio mode, stations can be filtered
by categories and can be searched by text.

Open the station list.

Select the category by which the stations

are to be filtered.

OR:

 press 

 to start the text search. The in-

put field is displayed.

Enter the name of the station you want. The

list of the stations found is updated while en-
tering the text.

Press the station you want.

The selected station is tuned.

Search in SCAN mode (AM and FM/DAB)

In SCAN mode the stations are automatically
tuned in a sequential manner and each of
them is played for approx. 5 seconds.

To start the SCAN mode, under 

Settings

press 

SCAN

.

SCAN mode starts and the station currently
tuned in is shown on the screen. Next to it is a
SCAN function button.

To select a station press SCAN.

SCAN mode stops and the station is tuned.
The SCAN function button is hidden.

Storing the station on the preset buttons

You can store up to 36 stations of different
frequency bands and reception types as fa-
vourites using the preset buttons.

Tune the station you want.

Access the preset buttons.

Press the preset button and keep it pressed

until the station is stored.

OR:

 press the station on the station list and

keep it pressed. The preset buttons are dis-
played.

Press the preset button.

The station is stored in the selected preset
button.

If a station was already stored in the preset
button, it is overwritten with the new station.

Special functions in Radio mode

Traffic information (TP)

The TP function monitors the announcements
of a station with traffic information and auto-
matically reproduces them in the Radio mode
or in the multimedia playback that is active.
To do this, you have to be able to tune into a
station with traffic information.

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

In the AM frequency band or in the Multime-
dia mode, a station with traffic information in
the background is automatically tuned while

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