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Chevrolet Cruze Owners Manual: Auxiliary Devices

If equipped, the AUX inputs are in the center console and allows portable devices to connect to the vehicle using the 3.5 mm(1/8 in) auxiliary jack or USB port.

3.5mm Jack

Connect a 3.5mm (1/8 in) cable to the auxiliary input jack to use a portable audio player.

Playback of an audio device that is connected to the 3.5mm jack can only be controlled using the controls on the device.

Adjusting the Volume

Turn the of the infotainment system after the volume level has been set on the portable audio knob to adjust the volume of the infotainment system after the volume level has been set on the portable audio device.

USB Port

For vehicles with a USB port, the following devices may be connected and controlled by the infotainment system.

  iPods
  PlaysForSure Devices (PFDs)   USB Drives
  Zunes

Not all iPods, PFDs, USB drives, and Zunes are compatible with the infotainment system. Devices are also charged while plugged into the USB port.

Connecting and Controlling an iPod

Not all iPods can be controlled by the infotainment system.

Connecting an iPod

Connect the iPod to the USB port.

Searching for a Track

Tracks that are found can be searched for by:   Playlists
Artists
Albums
Song Titles
  Podcasts
Genres
Audio Books
Composers

To search for tracks: 1. Turn the MENU/SEL knob.

2. Select Search.

3. Select: Playlists, Artists, Albums, Song Titles, Podcasts, Genres, Audio Books, or Composers.

4. Select the track.

Shuffle

Turn the MENU/SEL knob and set Shuffle Songs (Random) to On or Off, then press the BACK button to return to the main screen.

On

: Plays tracks in the current folder in random order.

Off

: Plays tracks in the current folder in sequential order.

Repeat

Turn the MENU/SEL knob and set Repeat to On or Off, then press the BACK button to return to the main screen.

On

: Repeats the current track.

Off

: Starts playback from the beginning of the current track after the last track finishes.

Connecting and Controlling a PlaysForSure Device (PFD) or Zune

Connecting a PFD or Zune

Connect the PFD or Zune to the USB port.

Searching for a Track

Tracks can be searched for by: Playlists
  Artists
Albums
  Song Titles
Podcasts
  Genres

To search for tracks: 1. Turn the MENU/SEL knob.

2. Select Search.

3. Select: Playlists, Artists, Albums, Song Titles, Podcasts, or Genres.

4. Select the track.

Shuffle Functionality

Turn the MENU/SEL knob and set Shuffle Songs (Random) to On or Off.

On

: Plays current tracks in random order.

Off

: Plays current tracks in sequential order.

Repeat Functionality

Turn the MENU/SEL knob and set Repeat to On or Off.

Repeat On:

Repeats the current track.

Repeat Off:

Starts playback from the beginning of the current track after the last track finishes.

Connecting and Controlling a USB Drive

The infotainment system can only play back .mp3 and .wma files from a USB drive.

Only the first 10,000 songs are recognized on the device.

When a device is not supported, the message No supported data found.

You can safely disconnect the device appears.

Connecting a USB Drive

Connect the USB drive to the USB port.

Searching for a Track

It is normal for the search feature to take some time to display the information after reading the device due to the amount of information stored.

Files that do not have any meta data stored in the ID3 tag display as Unknown.

Tracks can be searched for by: Playlists*
Artists
  Albums
  Song Titles
Genres
  Folder View

*This only displays if a playlist is found on the device.

To search for tracks: 1. Turn the MENU/SEL knob.

2. Select Search.

3. Select: Playlists, Artists, Albums, Song Titles, Genres, or Folder View.

4. Select the track.

Shuffle Functionality

Turn the MENU/SEL knob and set Shuffle Songs (Random) to On or Off.

On

: Plays current tracks in random order.

Off

: Plays current tracks in sequential order.

Repeat Functionality

Turn the MENU/SEL knob and set Repeat to On or Off.

Repeat On:

Repeats the current track.

Repeat Off:

Starts playback from the beginning of the current track after the last track finishes.

CD Player
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