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* Option/accessory.

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Recovery

This section refers to transporting the vehicle
with a tow truck or similar vehicle.

Call a professional towing service for assistance.

In certain conditions, the towing eyelet can be
used to pull the vehicle onto a flatbed tow truck.

For vehicles equipped with leveling control*:
If the vehicle is equipped with pneumatic suspen-
sion, this feature must be turned off before the
vehicle is lifted onto a tow truck. Turning off the
function in the center display.

1. Tap 

Settings

 in the Top view.

2. Tap 

My Car

Parking Brake and

Suspension

.

3. Select 

Disable Leveling Control

.

The vehicle's location and ground clearance
determine if it can be lifted onto a tow truck. If
the incline of the tow truck is too steep or if the
ground clearance under the vehicle is insufficient,
attempting to pull it up may result in damage. In
this case, the vehicle should only be lifted with
the tow truck's lifting equipment.

WARNING

No person or object should be behind the tow

truck when the vehicle is lifted onto the bed

of the truck.

CAUTION

The towing eyelet is only intended for towing
on roads, and must not be used to pull vehi-
cles from ditches or any similar purpose
involving severe strain. Call a tow truck for
professional assistance.

CAUTION

Note that the vehicle must always be towed
with the wheels rolling forward.

Related information

Attaching and removing the towing eyelet
(p. 448)

HomeLink

®

*

10

HomeLink

®11

 is a programmable remote control,

integrated in the vehicle electrical system, that
can control up to three different devices (e.g.
garage door opener, alarm system, outdoor and
indoor lighting) and thereby replace the remote
controls for these.

General

The illustration is generic – the design may vary.

Button 1

Button 2

Button 3

Indicator light

HomeLink

®

 is delivered integrated in the rearview

mirror. The HomeLink

®

 panel consists of three

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programmable buttons and an indicator light in
the mirror.

For more information about HomeLink

®

, please

visit www.HomeLink.com, www.youtube.com/
HomeLinkGentex or call 1-800-355-3515.

Save the original remote controls for future pro-
gramming (e.g. for use in another vehicle). It is
also advisable to delete the button programming
if the vehicle is sold.

Related information

Using HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 452)

Programming HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 451)

Type approval for HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 453)

Programming HomeLink

®

*

12

Follow these instructions to program
HomeLink

®

, reset all programming, or program

individual buttons.

NOTE

In some vehicles, the ignition must be on or in
the "accessory position" before HomeLink

®

can be programmed or used. It can be a good
idea to put new batteries in the remote con-
trol being replaced by HomeLink

®

 for faster

programming and better radio signal trans-
mission. The HomeLink

®

 buttons should be

reset before programming.

WARNING

While HomeLink

®

 is being programmed, the

garage door or gate being programmed may

be activated. Make sure that no one is near

the door or gate during programming. When

programming a garage door opener, it is

advised to park outside of the garage.

1. Point the remote control at the HomeLink

®

button to be programmed and hold it about
2-8 cm (1-3 inches) from the button. Do not
obstruct the HomeLink

®

 indicator light.

Note: Some remote controls are more effec-
tive at programming HomeLink

®

 from a dis-

tance of about 15-20 cm (6-12 inches). Try
moving the remote control closer or further
away if you are experiencing any difficulties
programming.

2. Press and hold both the remote control but-

ton and the HomeLink

®

 button to be pro-

grammed.

3. Do not release the buttons until the indicator

light has stopped flashing slowly (about once
a second) and either flashes quickly (about
10 times a second) or glows steadily.
> Steady glow: Indication that program-

ming is complete. Press the programmed
button twice to activate.

Flashing quickly: The device being pro-
grammed with HomeLink

®

 may have a

security function that requires an extra
step. Try pressing the programmed button
twice to see whether the programming
works. Otherwise, continue with the fol-
lowing steps.

10

Certain markets only.

11

HomeLink and the HomeLink house symbol are registered trademarks of Gentex Corporation.

12

Certain markets only.

||

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4. Locate the "training" button

13

 on the

receiver for the e.g. garage door opener. It is
usually located near the antenna bracket on
the receiver.

5. Press and release the "training" button once.

Programming must be completed within 30
seconds after pressing the button.

6. Press and release the HomeLink

®

 button to

be programmed. Repeat the press/hold/
release sequence a second time. For some
receivers, the sequence may need to be
repeated a third time.
> Programming is now completed and the

garage door, gate, etc. should now be
activated when the programmed button is
pressed.

If you experience any difficulties programming,
please contact HomeLink

®

 at:

www.HomeLink.com, www.youtube.com/
HomeLinkGentex or call 1-800-355-3515.

Programming individual buttons

To program an individual HomeLink

®

 button:

1. Press and hold the desired button for about

20 seconds.

2. When the indicator light on HomeLink

®

starts flashing slowly, it is possible to pro-
gram as usual.

Note: If the button you are reprogramming
does not program with a new device, it will
return to the previously saved programming.

Resetting the HomeLink

®

 buttons

It is only possible to reset all HomeLink

®

 buttons

at once. It is not possible to reset individual but-
tons. Individual buttons can only be reprogram-
med.

Press and hold the outer buttons (1 and 3)
on HomeLink

®

 for about 10 seconds.

> When the indicator light goes from a

steady glow to flashing, the buttons have
been reset and are ready for reprogram-
ming.

Related information

Using HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 452)

HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 450)

Type approval for HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 453)

Using HomeLink

®

*

14

Once HomeLink

®

 is programmed, it can be

used instead of the separate remote controls.

Press and hold the programming button. The
garage door, gate, alarm system, etc. will be acti-
vated (this may take several seconds). If the but-
ton is held down for more than 20 seconds,
reprogramming will begin. The indicator light will
glow steadily or flash when the button has been
pressed. The original remote controls may be
used concurrently with HomeLink

®

 if desired.

NOTE

If the ignition is off, HomeLink

®

 works for

30 minutes after the driver's door has been
opened.

13

The name and color of the button varies depending on the manufacturer.

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WARNING

If you use HomeLink

®

 to open a garage

door or gate, be sure no one is near the
gate or door while it is in motion.

Do not use HomeLink

®

 with any garage

door opener that lacks safety stop and
reverse features as required by US fed-
eral safety standards (this includes any
garage door opener model manufactured
before April 1, 1982). A garage door that
cannot detect an object - signaling the
door to stop and reverse - does not meet
current U.S. federal safety standards. For
more information, contact HomeLink at:
www.homelink.com.

Related information

HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 450)

Programming HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 451)

Type approval for HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 453)

Type approval for HomeLink

®

*

15

FCC (USA) and IC (Canada)

This device complies with FCC rules part 15 and
Industry Canada RSS-210. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This
device must accept any interference that may be
received including interference that may cause
undesired operation.

WARNING

The transmitter has been tested and complies

with FCC and IC rules. Changes or modifica-

tions not expressly approved by the party

responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the device.

16

Type approval for EU

Gentex Corporation hereby declares that
HomeLink

®

 Model UAHL5 complies with the

Radio equipment directive 2014/53/EU.

Wavelengths within which the radio equipment
operates:

433.05MHz-434.79MHz <10mW E.R.P.

868.00MHz-868.60MHz <25mW E.R.P.

868.70MHz-868.20MHz <25mW E.R.P.

869.40MHz-869.65MHz <25mW E.R.P.

869.70MHz-870.00MHz <25mW E.R.P.

Certificate holder address: Gentex Corporation,
600 North Centennial Street, Zeeland MI 49464,
USA

For more information, see support.volvocars.com.

Related information

HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 450)

14

Certain markets only.

15

Certain markets only.

16

The term "IC:" before the certification/registration number only signifies that Industry Canada technical specifications were met.

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Compass*

An integrated compass in the upper right corner
of the rearview mirror shows the direction the
vehicle is traveling.

Rearview mirror with compass.

Eight different compass directions are shown
with the abbreviations: 

N

 (north), 

NE

 (northeast),

E

 (east), 

SE

 (southeast), 

S

 (south), 

SW

 (south-

west), 

W

 (west) and 

NW

 (northwest).

Related information

Activating and deactivating the compass*
(p. 454)

Calibrating the compass* (p. 454)

Activating and deactivating the

compass*

An integrated compass in the upper right corner
of the rearview mirror shows the direction the
vehicle is traveling.

Activating and deactivating the
compass

The compass is automatically activated when the
vehicle is started.

To deactivate/activate the compass manually:

Use a paper clip or similar object to press the
button on the bottom of the mirror.

Related information

Compass* (p. 454)

Calibrating the compass* (p. 454)

Calibrating the compass*

The globe is divided into 15 magnetic zones.
The compass should be calibrated if the vehicle
is driven from one zone to another.

To calibrate the compass:

1. Stop the vehicle in a large, open area away

from steel constructions and high-voltage
power lines.

2. Start the engine and switch off all electrical

equipment (climate system, wipers, etc.) and
make sure all doors are closed.

NOTE

Calibration may fail or not even be initiated if
electrical equipment is not turned off.

3. Hold the button on the bottom of the rear-

view mirror pressed for about 3 seconds
(using e.g. a paper clip). The number of the
current magnetic zone is shown.

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15

14

13

12

11

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

10

Magnetic zones.

4. Press the button on the underside of the

mirror repeatedly until the desired magnetic
zone (

1–15

) appears (see the map of mag-

netic zones).

5. Wait until the display again shows 

C

, or

press and hold the button on the underside
of the rearview mirror for approx. 6 seconds
until 

C

 is displayed.

6. Drive slowly in a circle at a speed of no more

than 10 km/h (6 mph) until a compass direc-
tion is shown in the display. This indicates
that calibration is complete. Drive in a circle
two more times to fine-tune the calibration.

7. Vehicles with heated windshields*: If 

C

 is

shown in the display when the windshield
heating function is activated, perform step 6
above with the heating function on.

8. Repeat the above procedure as needed.

Related information

Compass* (p. 454)

Activating and deactivating the compass*
(p. 454)

AUDIO, MEDIA AND INTERNET

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Audio, media and Internet

The audio and media system consists of a media
player and a radio. A cellular phone can also be
connected through Bluetooth to use hands-free
functions or play music in the vehicle. When the
vehicle is connected to the Internet, it is also
possible to use apps to play media.

Audio and media overview

The functions can be controlled using voice com-
mands, the steering wheel keypad or the center
display. The number of speakers and amplifiers
varies depending on the audio system installed in
the vehicle.

System updates

The audio and media system is continuously
improved. When the vehicle has an Internet con-
nection, system updates can be downloaded for
optimal functionality; see support.volvocars.com.

Related information

Media player (p. 480)

Radio (p. 463)

Phone (p. 494)

Internet-connected vehicle* (p. 503)

Apps (p. 460)

Voice control (p. 143)

Ignition modes (p. 410)

Driver distraction (p. 39)

Handling system updates via Download Cen-
ter (p. 567)

License agreement for audio and media
(p. 511)

Sound settings

The sound system is precalibrated for optimal
sound reproduction, but these settings can be
personalized.

The system's volume is normally adjusted using
the volume control below the center display or
the right-side steering wheel keypad. This
applies, for example, when playing music or the
radio or during phone calls and active traffic mes-
sages.

Optimal sound reproduction

The audio system is precalibrated for optimal
sound reproduction using digital signal process-
ing. This calibration takes into account speakers,
amplifiers, passenger compartment acoustics, lis-
tener position, etc. for each combination of vehi-
cle model and audio system. There is also a
dynamic calibration that takes into account the
volume control setting and the vehicle's speed.

Personal settings

Different settings are available in Top view under

Settings

Sound

 depending on the vehicle's

sound system.

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Premium Sound* (Bowers & Wilkins)

Tone

 - setting for e.g. bass, treble, equalizer,

etc.

Balance

 - balance between right/left and

front/rear speakers.

System Volumes

 – adjusts volume in the

various systems of the car, e.g. 

Voice

Control

Park Assist

 and 

Phone Ringtone

.

High Performance Pro* (Harman
Kardon)

Equalizer

 - setting of equalizer.

Balance

 - balance between right/left and

front/rear speakers.

System Volumes

 – adjusts volume in the

various systems of the car, e.g. 

Voice

Control

Park Assist

 and 

Phone Ringtone

.

High Performance

Tone

 - setting for e.g. bass, treble, equalizer,

etc.

Balance

 - balance between right/left and

front/rear speakers.

System Volumes

 – adjusts volume in the

various systems of the car, e.g. 

Voice

Control

Park Assist

 and 

Phone Ringtone

.

Related information

Sound experience* (p. 459)

Media player (p. 480)

Voice control settings (p. 146)

Phone settings (p. 502)

Audio, media and Internet (p. 458)

Internet-connected vehicle* (p. 503)

Sound experience*

Sound experience is an app that provides
access to additional sound settings.

Open 

Sound Experience

 from the center dis-

play's App view. Depending on the sound system
installed in the vehicle, the following settings are
possible:

Premium Sound* (Bowers & Wilkins)

Studio

 - the sound can be optimized for

Driver

All

 and 

Rear

.

Individual stage

 - surround sound mode

with settings for intensity and enclosure.

Concert hall

 - reproduces the acoustics of

Gothenburg's Concert Hall

Recreate the acoustics from the Gothenburg Concert
Hall.

||

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High Performance Pro* (Harman
Kardon)

Seat Optimization

 - the sound can be opti-

mized for 

Driver

All

 and 

Rear

.

Surround

 - surround sound mode with level

settings.

Tone

 - setting for e.g. bass, treble, equalizer,

etc.

Related information

Sound settings (p. 458)

Navigating in the center display's views
(p. 113)

Apps

The App view contains applications (apps) that
provide access to certain vehicle services.

Swipe the center display screen from right to
left

1

 to access the App view from the Home view.

This view displays downloaded apps (third-party
apps) as well as apps for integrated functions,
such as 

FM radio

.

App view. (generic illustration; basic apps vary depend-
ing on market and model)

Several basic apps are always available. More
apps such as web radio and music services can
be downloaded when the car is connected to the
Internet.

Some apps can only be used when the vehicle is
connected to the Internet.

1

Applies for left-hand drive vehicles. For right-hand drive vehicles, swipe in the other direction.

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Start an app by pressing the app in the center
display's app view.

Related information

Download apps (p. 461)

Updating apps (p. 462)

Deleting apps (p. 462)

Apple

®

 CarPlay

®

*

 (p. 489)

Android Auto* (p. 492)

Internet-connected vehicle* (p. 503)

Hard disk storage space (p. 510)

Terms of use and data sharing (p. 510)

Download apps

New apps can be downloaded when the vehicle
is connected to the Internet.

NOTE

Data downloading can affect other services
such as transfer data, e.g. web radio. If the
affect on other services is experienced as
problematic, the download can be interrupted.
Alternatively, it may be appropriate to switch
off or cancel other services.

NOTE

When downloading using a phone, pay extra
attention to the data traffic costs.

1. Open the 

Download Center

 app in App

view.

2. Select 

New apps

 to open a list of apps that

are available but are not installed in the vehi-
cle.

3. Tap on the row for an app in order to expand

in the list and get more information about the
app.

4. Select 

Install

 to start the download and

installation of the app.
> The current status of the download and

installation will be shown.

If a download cannot be started immedi-
ately, a message will be displayed. The
app will remain in the list and it will be
possible to reattempt downloading.

Canceling a download

Tap 

Abort

 to cancel a download in progress.

Note that only a download can be cancelled. An
installation cannot be cancelled once it has
begun.

Related information

Apps (p. 460)

Updating apps (p. 462)

Deleting apps (p. 462)

Internet-connected vehicle* (p. 503)

Handling system updates via Download Cen-
ter (p. 567)

Hard disk storage space (p. 510)

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Updating apps

Apps can be updated when the vehicle is con-
nected to the Internet.

NOTE

Data downloading can affect other services
such as transfer data, e.g. web radio. If the
affect on other services is experienced as
problematic, the download can be interrupted.
Alternatively, it may be appropriate to switch
off or cancel other services.

NOTE

When downloading using a phone, pay extra
attention to the data traffic costs.

If an app is being used while an update is in pro-
gress, it will be restarted to complete the update.

Update all

1. Open the 

Download Center

 app in App

view.

2. Select 

Install all

.

> The update will begin.

Update certain apps

1. Open the 

Download Center

 app in App

view.

2. Select 

Application updates

 to open a list

of all available updates.

3. Find the desired app and select 

Install

.

> The update will begin.

Related information

Apps (p. 460)

Download apps (p. 461)

Deleting apps (p. 462)

Handling system updates via Download Cen-
ter (p. 567)

Internet-connected vehicle* (p. 503)

Deleting apps

When the vehicle is connected to the Internet, it
is possible to uninstall apps.

If the app is being used, it must be closed before
it can be uninstalled.

1. Open the 

Download Center

 app in App

view.

2. Select 

Application updates

 to open a list

of all installed apps.

3. Find the desired app and select 

Uninstall

 to

begin uninstalling the app.
> When the app has been uninstalled, it will

be removed from the list.

Related information

Apps (p. 460)

Download apps (p. 461)

Updating apps (p. 462)

Handling system updates via Download Cen-
ter (p. 567)

Internet-connected vehicle* (p. 503)

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Radio

The radio can receive broadcasting from AM
and FM wavebands with HD Radio

Technology and SiriusXM

®

 Satellite radio *.

When the vehicle has an Internet connection, it
is also possible to listen to web radio.

The radio can be controlled
using voice commands, the
right-side steering wheel key-
pad or the center display.

Related information

Starting the radio (p. 463)

Changing waveband and radio station
(p. 464)

Storing radio favorites (p. 465)

Radio settings (p. 466)

RBDS (p. 467)

HD Radio

™ (p. 467)

SiriusXM

®

 Satellite radio* (p. 470)

Internet-connected vehicle* (p. 503)

Voice control for radio and media (p. 146)

Media player (p. 480)

Starting the radio

The radio is started from the center display's
App view.

1. Open the desired waveband (e.g. 

FM

) from

App view.

2. Select a radio station.

Related information

Radio (p. 463)

Searching for a radio station (p. 465)

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464

Changing waveband and radio station
(p. 464)

Storing radio favorites (p. 465)

Radio settings (p. 466)

Voice control for radio and media (p. 146)

Changing waveband and radio

station

Instructions for changing wavebands, waveband
lists and radio stations in the selected list are
provided here.

Changing wavebands

Swipe from App view on the center display and
select the desired waveband (e.g. 

FM

) or open

the App menu in the instrument panel with the
right-side steering wheel keypad and make your
selection there.

Changing a list in a waveband

1. Tap 

Library

.

2. Select playback from 

Stations

Favorites

 or

Genres

.

3. Tap the desired station in the list.

Favorites

 – only plays selected favorite channels.

Genres

 - only plays channels broadcasting the

selected genre or program type, e.g. pop, classi-
cal, etc.

Changing radio stations in a selected
list

Press 

 or 

 under the center display

or on the right-side steering wheel keypad.
> Move step-by-step through the selected

list.

It is also possible to change radio station in the
selected list via the center display.

Related information

Radio (p. 463)

Searching for a radio station (p. 465)

Voice control for radio and media (p. 146)

Storing radio favorites (p. 465)

Radio settings (p. 466)

App menu in instrument panel (p. 100)

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Searching for a radio station

The radio automatically compiles a list of the
radio stations that are sending out the strongest
signals in the vehicle's current location.

Searching is performed in different ways depend-
ing on the waveband selected:

AM - stations and frequency.

FM, stations, genres and frequency.

1. Tap 

Library

.

2. Tap 

.

> Search view will displayed and the key-

board will open.

3. Enter a search word/phrase.

> The search will start and change as char-

acters are entered. Search results will be
displayed by category.

Searching for a station manually

Searching manually makes it possible to find and
tune to stations that are not on the automatically
compiled list of the strongest stations in the area.

Tap 

Manual tuning

, drag the control or tap

 or 

. Press and hold to skip to the

next available station in the frequency band.
You can also use the right-side steering
wheel keypad.

Related information

Radio (p. 463)

Starting the radio (p. 463)

Changing waveband and radio station
(p. 464)

Voice control for radio and media (p. 146)

Radio settings (p. 466)

Storing radio favorites

It is possible to add a radio a radio station in the

Radio favorites

 app and in the list of favorites

for the waveband (e.g. FM). Instructions for add-
ing and removing favorites are provided below.

Radio favorites

Radio favorites shows saved
favorites from all wavebands.

1. Open the 

Radio favorites

 app from App

view.

2. Tap the desired station in the list to listen.

Adding and deleting radio favorites

Tap 

 to add/remove a radio channel from

the waveband's list of favorites or Radio
favorites.

If a favorite station is deleted here, it will also be
deleted from that waveband's list of favorites.

Related information

Radio (p. 463)

Starting the radio (p. 463)

Searching for a radio station (p. 465)

Changing waveband and radio station
(p. 464)

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Voice control for radio and media (p. 146)

Radio settings (p. 466)

App menu in instrument panel (p. 100)

Radio settings

There are a number of different radio functions
that can be activated and deactivated.

Canceling a traffic message

A current broadcast (e.g. a traffic message) can
be temporarily interrupted by pressing 

 in the

right-side steering wheel keypad or tapping

Cancel

 in the center display.

Activating and deactivating radio
functions

Pull down Top view and select 

Settings

Media

 and the desired waveband to see available

functions.

AM/FM Radio

HD Radio AM

: HD Radio

™ Technology:

makes it possible for AM audio to achieve an
audio quality comparable to analog FM.

HD Radio FM

: HD Radio

™ Technology:

makes it possible to achieve a sound quality
comparable with a CD.

Show Broadcast Information

: shows

information on program content, artists, etc.

Freeze Program Name

: select to stop the

program service name from scrolling continu-
ously. Instead it freezes after 20 seconds.

SiriusXM

®

 Satellite radio*

Pull down Top view and select 

Settings

Media

SiriusXM

 to show a list of available

options.

Related information

Radio (p. 463)

Settings for SiriusXM

®

 Satellite radio*

(p. 473)

Symbols in the center display status bar
(p. 122)

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RBDS

RBDS radio

RBDS (Radio Broadcast Data System) enables
certain functionality

2

, such as:

Searches for program types or new broad-
casts

Text information about currently broadcast
programs

Related information

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HD Radio

HD Radio is a brand name registered by the DTS,
Inc.

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. They are the developer of a broadcasting

technology called IBOC or In Band On Channel,
which refers to the method of transmitting a digi-
tal radio broadcast signal centered on the same
frequency as the AM or FM station's present fre-
quency.

Introduction

Display when the radio is receiving an HD Radio broad-
cast (generic illustration)

NOTE

HD Radio volume may fade in and out at
times due to coverage limitations.

The IBOC system is referred to as a "hybrid"
since it is both analog and digital. During hybrid
operation, receivers still continue to receive the
analog (non-digital) signal. HD Radio receivers
incorporate both modes of reception, where the
receiver will automatically switch to the analog
signal if the digital signal cannot be decoded or
is lost by the receiver.

When you have tuned to an HD Radio station, the

 symbol will appear in the infotainment sys-

tem display. The symbol will be displayed in dif-
ferent colors:

Grayed-out symbol: No HD Radio broad-
cast reception

White symbol: the radio is actively receiving
an HD broadcast

Orange symbol: the radio is receiving an
HD broadcast with digital sound

More information about HD Radio and IBOC can
be found on DTS, Inc.'s website, www.dts.com.

Artist Experience

A radio station's logo and album art can be dis-
played. If a station opts to provide this informa-
tion, it is broadcast once every 12 minutes, which
means that there may be a delay before the
logo/album art appear on the screen. The radio
can store 100 station logos so the next time the
radio is tuned to the same station, the logo will

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Certain stations only.

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HD Radio

™ technology is manufactured under license from DTS' U.S. and foreign Patents. HD Radio™ and the HD and HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks of DTS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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