Hyundai Venue SEL Infotainment System Display Audio 2020 Crossover Quick Reference Guide PDF

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Accessing the web manual via QR codes You can view the web manual of the system by scanning QR codes with your smartphone...

Warning

Park your vehicle in a safe location before scanning the QR code... For safety reasons, you are not able to access QR codes from the systems screen while the vehicle is moving...

1 Select one of the following methods to access a QR code... On the systems Home screen, press All Menus > Users Manual ... On the systems Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > General > System Info > Users Manual on Web (QR Code) ... Alternatively, find the QR code in the Quick Reference Guide...

2 Install a QR code reader application from the App Store ( ) or the Google Play Store ( ) and scan a QR code...

3 On your smartphone's screen, press the URL for the web manual... You can view the web manual of the system in the Internet browser application of your smartphone...

Depending on how you scan the QR code, you may be able to open the web manual without pressing its URL...

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Note You can also scan QR codes with the pre-installed camera application in your iPhone or Android smartphone... Depending on the Android smartphone type, some camera applications may not support QR code scanning... For more information, refer to your smartphones user guide... By scanning the QR code in each function menu, you can quickly access the information of the current function (except for some functions)... - After starting a function in the system, press Menu > Users Manual on Web (QR Code) ...

Without scanning the QR code, you can directly enter the URL address to view the web manual... (http://webmanual... hyundai... com/DA_GEN2_V/AV/USA/English/index... html)

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Safety warnings For safety, follow the instructions below... Failure to do so may increase the risk of a traffic accident, which may result in death or personal injury...

About driving

Do not operate the system while driving... Driving while distracted may result in a loss of vehicle control, potentially leading to an accident, severe

personal injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of a vehicle, and any handheld devices, equipment, or vehicle systems which divert the drivers attention from this responsibility should never be used during operation of the vehicle...

Avoid watching the screen while driving... Driving while distracted may lead to a traffic accident...

Stop your vehicle in a safe location before using functions that require multiple operations...

Stop your vehicle first before using your mobile phone... Using a mobile phone while driving may lead to a traffic accident...

Keep the volume low enough to hear external sounds... Driving without the ability to hear external sounds may lead to a traffic accident...

Listening to a loud volume for a long time may cause hearing damage...

About handling the system

Do not disassemble or modify the system... Doing so may result in an accident, fire, or electric shock...

Do not allow liquids or foreign substances to enter the system... Liquids or foreign substances may cause noxious fumes, a fire, or a system malfunction...

Stop using the system if it malfunctions, such as no audio output or display... If you continue using the system when it is malfunctioning, it may lead to a fire, electric shock, or system

failure...

Note

If you experience any problems with the system, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

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Safety cautions For safety, follow the instructions below... Failure to do so may result in personal injury or damage to the system...

About operating the system

Use the system with the engine running... Using the system for a long time when the engine is stopped may discharge the battery...

Do not install unapproved products... Using unapproved products may cause an error while using the system...

System errors caused by installing unapproved products are not covered under the warranty...

About handling the system

Do not apply excessive force to the system... Excessive pressure on the screen may damage the LCD panel or the touch panel...

When cleaning the screen or button panel, make sure to stop the engine and use a soft, dry cloth... Wiping the screen or buttons with a rough cloth or using solvents (alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, etc... ) may

scratch or chemically damage the surface...

If you attach a liquid-type air freshener to the fan louver, the surface of the louver may become deformed due to the flowing air...

Note

If you experience any problems with the system, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

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HYUNDAI VEHICLE OWNER PRIVACY POLICY Your Hyundai vehicle may be equipped with technologies and services that use information collected, generated, recorded or stored by the vehicle... Hyundai has created a Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy to explain how these technologies and services collect use and share this information...

You may read our Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy on the Hyundaiusa... com website at: https://www... hyundaiusa... com/owner-privacy-policy... aspx

If you would like to receive a hard copy of our Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy, please contact our Customer Connect Center at:

Hyundai Customer Care P... O... Box 20850 Fountain Valley, CA 92728 800-633-5151 [email protected] com

Hyundais Customer Connect Center representatives are available Monday through Friday, between the hours of 5:00 AM and 7:00 PM PST and Saturday and Sunday between 6:30 AM and 3:00 PM PST (English)...

For Customer Connect Center assistance in Spanish or Korean, representatives are available Monday through Friday between 6:30 AM and 3:00 PM PST...

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Note: Depending on the vehicle model and specifications, the illustration shown may differ in appearance and layout...

a Power button/Volume knob Turn the radio/media function on or off... Press and hold to turn off the screen and the sound... Turn to the left or right to adjust the system sound volume...

b Radio button Turn on the radio... While listening to the radio, press repeatedly to change the radio

mode...

c Media button Play content from a media storage device... If you have multiple media storage devices,

select one from the media selection window... Press and hold to display the media selection window...

d Search backward/forward button (SEEK/TRACK) While using the radio/media function, change the station/track/file... While listening to the radio, press and hold to change the station quickly... While playing media, press and hold to rewind or fast forward (except for the Bluetooth

audio mode)...

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e Custom button Use a custom function... Press and hold to access the Custom Button settings screen...

f Setup button Access the settings screen... Press and hold to access the System Info screen...

g Reset button Restart the system...

h Search knob (TUNE FILE) While listening to the radio, adjust the frequency or change the station... While playing media, search for a track/file (except for the Bluetooth audio mode)... During a search, press to select the current track/file...

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a Voice recognition button Start or end voice recognition of a connected smartphone via phone projection... (The

buttons operation may vary depending on smartphone specifications... )

b Mode button Change the mode (radio, media, etc... )... Press and hold to access the Steering Wheel MODE Button settings screen...

c Volume lever/Mute button Adjust the sound volume... Press to mute or unmute the system... While playing media, press to pause or resume playback...

d Search lever While using the radio/media function, change the station/track/file... While listening to the radio, press and hold to change the station quickly... While playing media, press and hold to rewind or fast forward (except for the Bluetooth

audio mode)...

e Call/Answer button Start connecting a mobile phone via Bluetooth... After a Bluetooth phone connection is made, access your call history... Press and hold to

dial the most recent phone number... When a call comes in, answer the call... During a call, switch between the active call and the held call... Press and hold to switch

the call between the system and the mobile phone...

f Call end button When a call comes in, reject the call... During a call, end the call...

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Turning the system on or off

Turning on the system

1 To turn on the system, start the engine...

2 When the safety warning appears, read it and press Confirm ... To change the system language, press Language ...

Warning Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control that may lead to an accident, severe bodily injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of the vehicle, and the use of any vehicle systems, including the touch screen and steering wheel controls, which take the drivers eyes, attention, and focus away from the safe operation of the vehicle, or which are not permissible by law, should never be used during the operation of the vehicle... Some functions may be disabled for safety reasons while the vehicle is moving... They work only when the vehicle stops... Park your vehicle in a safe location before using any of them... In a manual transmission vehicle, apply the parking brake to use the functions... In an automatic transmission vehicle, shift to "P" (Park) or apply the parking brake... Stop using the system if it malfunctions, such as no audio output or display... If you continue using the system when it is malfunctioning, it may lead to a fire, electric shock, or system failure...

Caution You can turn on the system when the key ignition switch is placed in the "ACC" or "ON" position... Using the system for an extended period without the engine running drains the battery... If you plan on using the system for a long time, start the engine... If you turn on your system without starting the engine, a battery warning will appear... Once the engine starts, the battery warning will disappear...

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Turning off the system

If you do not want to use the system while driving, press and hold the Power button on the control panel... The screen and the sound will turn off... To use the system again, press the Power button...

After you have turned off the engine, the system will automatically turn off after a while or as soon as you open the driver's door... Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, the system may turn off as soon as you turn off the engine...

Product specifications

Common specifications

Item Specifications

Dimensions (W x H x L) 304... 8 x 192... 8 x 190... 3 mm

Weight 1... 86 kg

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Display

Item Specifications

Size (W x H) 8 inch (176... 4 x 99... 36 mm)

Pixel number 384,000 pixels (resolution: 800 x 480)

Operating method Thin Film Transistor (TFT) Active Matrix

Viewing angle Left/Right, Top/Bottom: 89

Internal lighting LED

Disclaimers Driving while distracted is dangerous and should be avoided... Drivers should remain attentive to driving and always exercise caution when using the steering-wheel-mounted controls while driving... Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control that may lead to an accident, severe personal injury and death... The drivers primary responsibility is in the safe and legal operation of a vehicle, and use of any handheld devices, other equipment or vehicle systems which take the drivers eyes, attention and focus away from the safe operation of a vehicle or that are not permissible by law should never be used during operation of the vehicle... Android Auto: Vehicle user interface is a product of Google and its terms and privacy statements apply... Requires the Android Auto app on Google Play and an Android compatible smartphone running Android 5... 0 Lollipop or higher... Data plan rates apply...

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FCC Certification This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules... These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation...

This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications... However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation... If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna... Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver... Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected... Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help...

Caution: Any changes or modifications to this device not explicitly approved by manufacturer could void your authority to operate this equipment...

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules... Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation...

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment...

This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum 20 cm between the radiator and your body... This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter unless authorized to do so by the FCC...

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Car Infotainment System User's Manual

[ This guide covers specifications for all vehicle models, including optional specifications, and is based on the latest version of system software...

[ Your system's functions and specifications are subject to change without prior notice for performance improvement...

[ The functions and services described in this guide are subject to change without prior notice for performance improvement... If the system software is updated, the screenshots in this guide may appear different than the actual images on the system...

[ You can view the up-to-date information about changed functions and services from the web manual...

[ The functions and services described in this guide may differ from those provided in your vehicle... For precise information related to your vehicle, refer to the owner's manual or catalog of your vehicle...

[ Your system is not compatible with the system software for regions outside of the country of purchase...

Available information for users

Car Infotainment System Quick Reference Guide (Print)

This guide contains basic information to use your system including component names and functions... To use your system correctly and safely, read this guide before use...

Car Infotainment System User's Manual (Web)

This guide is a web manual you can access by scanning a QR code in the Quick Reference Guide or on your systems screen... This guide introduces your system's functions and explains how to use them...

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Symbols used in this guide

Warning

Indicates important information related to user safety... Failure to follow warnings may result in death or serious personal injury...

Caution

Indicates important information related to user safety... Failure to follow cautions may result in personal injury, or damage or malfunction your vehicle...

Note

Indicates helpful information for convenient use...

(if equipped) Indicates descriptions for optional features, which may not be available on your specific vehicle depending on the model or trim level...

This guide covers specifications for all vehicle models, including optional specifications... It may include descriptions for features that are not equipped in your vehicle or are unavailable for your vehicle model...

Safety warnings For safety, follow the instructions below... Failure to do so may increase the risk of a traffic accident, which may result in death or personal injury...

About driving

Do not operate the system while driving... Driving while distracted may result in a loss

of vehicle control, potentially leading to an accident, severe personal injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of a vehicle, and any handheld devices, equipment, or vehicle systems which divert the drivers attention from this responsibility should never be used during operation of the vehicle...

Avoid watching the screen while driving... Driving while distracted may lead to a traffic

accident...

Stop your vehicle in a safe location before using functions that require multiple operations...

Stop your vehicle first before using your mobile phone... Using a mobile phone while driving may lead to

a traffic accident...

Keep the volume low enough to hear external sounds... Driving without the ability to hear external

sounds may lead to a traffic accident...

Listening to a loud volume for a long time may cause hearing damage...

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About handling the system

Do not disassemble or modify the system... Doing so may result in an accident, fire, or

electric shock...

Do not allow liquids or foreign substances to enter the system... Liquids or foreign substances may cause

noxious fumes, a fire, or a system malfunction...

Stop using the system if it malfunctions, such as no audio output or display... If you continue using the system when it is

malfunctioning, it may lead to a fire, electric shock, or system failure...

Note

If you experience any problems with the system, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

Safety cautions For safety, follow the instructions below... Failure to do so may result in personal injury or damage to the system...

About operating the system

Use the system with the engine running... Using the system for a long time when the

engine is stopped may discharge the battery...

Do not install unapproved products... Using unapproved products may cause an error

while using the system...

System errors caused by installing unapproved products are not covered under the warranty...

About handling the system

Do not apply excessive force to the system... Excessive pressure on the screen may damage

the LCD panel or the touch panel...

When cleaning the screen or button panel, make sure to stop the engine and use a soft, dry cloth... Wiping the screen or buttons with a rough

cloth or using solvents (alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, etc... ) may scratch or chemically damage the surface...

If you attach a liquid-type air freshener to the fan louver, the surface of the louver may become deformed due to the flowing air...

Note

If you experience any problems with the system, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

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HYUNDAI VEHICLE OWNER PRIVACY POLICY Your Hyundai vehicle may be equipped with technologies and services that use information collected, generated, recorded or stored by the vehicle... Hyundai has created a Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy to explain how these technologies and services collect use and share this information...

You may read our Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy on the Hyundaiusa... com website at: https://www... hyundaiusa... com/owner- privacy-policy... aspx

If you would like to receive a hard copy of our Vehicle Owner Privacy Policy, please contact our Customer Connect Center at:

Hyundai Customer Care P... O... Box 20850 Fountain Valley, CA 92728 800-633-5151 [email protected] com

Hyundais Customer Connect Center representatives are available Monday through Friday, between the hours of 5:00 AM and 7:00 PM PST and Saturday and Sunday between 6:30 AM and 3:00 PM PST (English)...

For Customer Connect Center assistance in Spanish or Korean, representatives are available Monday through Friday between 6:30 AM and 3:00 PM PST...

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1 System overview

Component names and functions 1-2 Control panel 1-2 Steering wheel remote control 1-4

Turning the system on or off 1-5 Turning on the system 1-5 Turning off the system 1-6

Using the touch screen 1-6

Getting to know the Home screen 1-8 Getting familiar with the Home screen layout 1-8 Changing the Home screen widgets 1-9 Changing the Home screen menu icons 1-9

Getting to know the All Menus screen 1-10

Getting familiar with the All Menus screen layout 1-10 Rearranging the All Menus screen 1-11

2 Useful functions

Using phone projection 2-2 Connecting your Android smartphone via Android Auto 2-3 Connecting your iPhone via Apple CarPlay 2-5

Getting to know the driving assistance screen 2-7

Rear view screen 2-7

3 Radio

Listening to the radio 3-2 Turning on the radio 3-2 Changing the radio mode 3-3 Scanning for available radio stations 3-3 Searching for radio stations 3-3 Saving radio stations 3-4 Listening to saved radio stations 3-4 Rearranging the preset list 3-4 Deleting saved radio stations 3-5 Changing the number of radio stations on the preset list 3-5

Listening to HD Radio (if equipped) 3-6

4 Media

Using the media 4-2 Listening to music from a USB device 4-2 Listening to music via Bluetooth 4-6

5 Phone

Connecting Bluetooth devices 5-2 Pairing devices with your system 5-2 Connecting a paired device 5-3 Disconnecting a device 5-4 Deleting paired devices 5-5

Making a call via Bluetooth 5-5 Dialing from your call history 5-6 Dialing from your favorites list 5-7 Dialing from your contacts list 5-9 Dialing from the keypad 5-10

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Answering a call via Bluetooth 5-12 Accepting or rejecting a call 5-12 Using functions during a call 5-13 Switching between calls 5-14

6 Voice functions

Using Voice Memo 6-2 Starting Voice Memo 6-2 Recording voice memos 6-3 Playing voice memos 6-3

7 Settings

Configuring the device connection settings 7-2

Bluetooth 7-2 Android Auto 7-3 Apple CarPlay 7-3

Configuring the advanced system settings 7-3

Custom Button 7-3 Steering Wheel MODE Button 7-4 Home Screen 7-4 Media Change Notifications 7-4 Extend Rear Camera Use (if equipped) 7-4

Configuring the general system settings 7-5

Date/Time 7-5 Language 7-5 Keyboard 7-6 Screen Saver 7-6 System Info 7-6

Configuring the sound settings 7-8 Advanced 7-8 Position 7-9 Volume 7-9 Tone 7-10 Priority 7-10

Reset 7-10 Touch sound (Beep) 7-10

Configuring the display settings 7-11 Mode 7-11 Illumination 7-11 Blue Light Filter 7-12 Reset 7-13

8 Appendix

Troubleshooting 8-2 Sound and display 8-2 USB playback 8-3 Bluetooth connection 8-4 Phone projection 8-5 System operation 8-6

System status icons 8-7

FAQ 8-8

Product specifications 8-12

Important information 8-16

Index 8-17

Trademarks 8-20

Open Source Information 8-20

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1 Component names and functions

Turning the system on or off

Using the touch screen

Getting to know the Home screen

Getting to know the All Menus screen

System overview

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Component names and functions The following explains the names and functions of the components on your system's control panel and steering wheel remote control...

Control panel

Note

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, the system components' appearance and layout may differ from the actual product... Refer to the Quick Reference Guide...

Radio button Turn on the radio... While listening to the radio, press repeatedly to change the radio mode...

Media button Play content from a media storage device... If you have multiple media storage devices, select one from the media selection window... Press and hold to display the media selection window...

Custom button ( ) Use a custom function... Press and hold to access the Custom Button settings screen... > See Custom Button ...

Power button (PWR)/ Volume knob (VOL)

Turn the radio/media function on or off... Press and hold to turn off the screen and the sound... Turn to the left or right to adjust the system sound volume...

Reset button Restart the system...

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Search backward/forward button (SEEK/TRACK)

While using the radio/media function, change the station/track/file... While listening to the radio, press and hold to change the station quickly... While playing media, press and hold to rewind or fast forward (except for the Bluetooth audio mode)...

Setup button Access the settings screen... Press and hold to access the System Info screen... > See System Info...

Search knob (TUNE FILE) While listening to the radio, adjust the frequency or change the station... While playing media, search for a track/file (except for the Bluetooth audio mode)... During a search, press to select the current track/file...

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Steering wheel remote control

Note

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, the system components' appearance and layout may differ from the actual product... Refer to the Quick Reference Guide...

Voice recognition button ( ) Start or end voice recognition of a connected smartphone via phone projection... (The buttons operation may vary depending on smartphone specifications... )

Mode button Change the mode (radio, media, etc... )... Press and hold to access the Steering Wheel MODE Button settings screen... > See Steering Wheel MODE Button...

Volume lever/button (VOL +/VOL -)

Adjust the sound volume...

Mute button ( ) Mute or unmute the system... While playing media, pause or resume playback...

Search lever/button ( ) While using the radio/media function, change the station/track/file... While listening to the radio, press and hold to change the station quickly... While playing media, press and hold to rewind or fast forward (except for the Bluetooth audio mode)...

Call/Answer button ( ) Start connecting a mobile phone via Bluetooth... After a Bluetooth phone connection is made, access your call history... Press and hold to dial the most recent phone number... When a call comes in, answer the call... During a call, switch between the active call and the held call... Press and hold to switch the call between the system and the mobile phone...

Call end button ( ) When a call comes in, reject the call... During a call, end the call...

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Turning the system on or off The following explains how to turn the system on or off...

Turning on the system

1 To turn on the system, start the engine...

2 When the safety warning appears, read it and press Confirm ... To change the system language, press Language ...

Warning Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control that may lead to an accident, severe bodily injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of the vehicle, and the use of any vehicle systems, including the touch screen and steering wheel controls, which take the drivers eyes, attention, and focus away from the safe operation of the vehicle, or which are not permissible by law, should never be used during the operation of the vehicle... Some functions may be disabled for safety reasons while the vehicle is moving... They work only when the vehicle stops... Park your vehicle in a safe location before using any of them... In a manual transmission vehicle, apply the parking brake to use the functions... In an automatic transmission vehicle, shift to P (Park) or apply the parking brake... Stop using the system if it malfunctions, such as no audio output or display... If you continue using the system when it is malfunctioning, it may lead to a fire, electric shock, or system failure...

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Caution You can turn on the system when the key ignition switch is placed in the "ACC" or "ON" position... Using the system for an extended period without the engine running drains the battery... If you plan on using the system for a long time, start the engine... If you turn on your system without starting the engine, a battery warning will appear... Once the engine starts, the battery warning will disappear...

Note

To avoid having audio play at an excessive volume when you start the engine, adjust the volume level before stopping the engine... You can also set the system to decrease the volume level automatically... On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Sound > Priority and activate the Start-up Volume Limit option...

Turning off the system

If you do not want to use the system while driving, press and hold the Power button on the control panel... The screen and the sound will turn off... To use the system again, press the Power button...

After you have turned off the engine, the system will automatically turn off after a while or as soon as you open the driver's door... Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, the system may turn off as soon as you turn off the engine...

Using the touch screen Your system is equipped with a touch screen... You can perform various functions via touch inputs...

Warning

Do not use the touch screen while driving as this will divert your attention away from the safe operation of the vehicle... You may lose your steering control which could cause an accident and severe bodily injuries...

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Caution Do not apply excessive pressure to the touch screen or press it with a pointed object... Doing so may damage the touch screen... Do not let any electrically conductive material contact the touch screen... A shock from static electricity may cause the system or the touch screen to malfunction...

Note

If you wear regular gloves, you will not be able to control the touch screen... Remove your gloves or wear gloves designed for use with a touch screen...

Press

Press an object lightly and lift your finger... You can perform a function or select an option...

Press and hold

Press an object and hold it for at least one second without lifting your finger... You can rewind or fast forward media by pressing and holding an appropriate button...

Drag

Press an object, drag it, and then drop it on a new location...

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Slide

You can change the playback position during media playback... On a playback screen, press and hold the progress bar, slide your finger along the progress bar, and then lift it at a desired location...

Swipe

Swipe the screen lightly in an appropriate direction... This is an easy way to scroll through a menu or list quickly...

Getting to know the Home screen From the Home screen, you can access various functions...

Getting familiar with the Home screen layout

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a a Display the options list... Edit Left Widget : Change the functions of the left widget... Edit Right Widget : Change the functions of the right widget... Edit Home Icons : Change the shortcuts for menus you use frequently on the Home screen... Users Manual on Web (QR Code) : Access the web manual via the QR code... For safety reasons, you can access the QR code only when your vehicle is stationary...

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b b Current time... Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, time and date display may vary... Press to access the time and date settings screen... > See Date/Time...

c c System status icons... Status icons are not included in the screenshots in this guide, because their appearance may differ depending on the system status or mode... > See System status icons...

d d Left widget... Press to activate the corresponding function in full screen... Press and hold to change the widget to another one... > See Changing the Home screen widgets...

e e Right widget... Press to activate the corresponding function in full screen... Press and hold to change the widget to another one... > See Changing the Home screen widgets...

f f Menu icons... Press to access a selected function... Press and hold to change the menus type and location... > See Changing the Home screen menu icons...

Note To move to the Home screen from another screen, press ... Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available functions may vary...

Changing the Home screen widgets

You can change the types of widgets displayed on the Home screen...

1 On the Home screen, press Menu > Edit Left Widget or Edit Right Widget ... Alternatively, press and hold the widget you want to change...

2 Select a desired function...

Note You cannot set the same function for the left and right widgets... Press Reset to restore the default settings for the widget...

Changing the Home screen menu icons

You can change the types and locations of menus on the Home screen...

1 On the Home screen, press Menu > Edit Home Icons ... Alternatively, press and hold a menu icon...

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2 Press an icon on the menu list, and drag it to the icon field at the bottom of the screen... To change an icons location, press the icon in the icon field, and drag it to a desired location...

Note The All Menus icon cannot be changed to another menu... You can only change its location... Press Reset to restore the default settings for menus... Once you change the menus displayed on the Home screen, it may affect how to access or perform some functions... If you cannot find a function you want from the Home screen, press All Menus to access or perform it...

Getting to know the All Menus screen You can view all menus and access a desired function in the system...

Getting familiar with the All Menus screen layout

On the Home screen, press All Menus ...

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a a Display the options list... Reorder Icons : Rearrange the menus on the All Menus screen... > See Rearranging the All Menus screen... Users Manual on Web (QR Code) : Access the web manual via the QR code... For safety reasons, you can access the QR code only when your vehicle is stationary...

b b Return to the previous level...

c c All menus available on your system

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Rearranging the All Menus screen

Rearrange the menus on the All Menus screen...

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus ...

2 Press Menu > Reorder Icons ... Alternatively, press and hold anywhere on the All Menus screen...

3 Drag a menu to the desired location...

Note

Press Reset to restore the default settings for the menu order...

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2 Useful functions

Using phone projection

Getting to know the driving assistance screen

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Using phone projection Phone projection enables you to connect your Android smartphone or iPhone to your system and use their functions via the system... You can perform and control your smartphone applications by using the larger screen and enhance your use of the system...

Warning Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control that may lead to an accident, severe bodily injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of the vehicle, and the use of any vehicle systems, including the touch screen and steering wheel controls, which take the drivers eyes, attention, and focus away from the safe operation of the vehicle, or which are not permissible by law, should never be used during the operation of the vehicle... Do not adjust or set up any phone settings while driving... You may lose your steering control which could cause an accident and severe bodily injuries...

Caution Using an approved USB cable provided by your smartphone manufacturer is recommended... Using unapproved USB cables may cause a phone projection error or a system malfunction... Use only applications that are compatible with phone projection... Using incompatible applications may cause problems for your system or smartphone... Only compatible applications will be displayed on the phone projection screen... You can also check compatible applications by visiting the following websites: - Apple CarPlay: https://www... apple... com/ios/carplay

- Android Auto: https://www... android... com/auto

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Connecting your Android smartphone via Android Auto

You can connect your Android smartphone and system via Android Auto and control your smartphone applications on the systems screen...

Before using Android Auto, be sure to check the following:

Android Auto support on your smartphone

Visit the Android homepage (https:// www... android... com/auto) and check the regions, device types, and models that support Android Auto...

Android Auto installed on your smartphone

Download and install the Android Auto application from Google Play... If you are in a region where Android Auto is not supported, you cannot install the application...

Start Android Auto by following the steps below:

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Android Auto > Enable Android Auto ...

2 Connect your smartphone to the USB port in your vehicle via the cable supplied with the smartphone... If you are connecting the device for phone projection for the first time, read the message on the notification pop-up window and press Next > OK ...

Caution

Do not connect and disconnect a USB connector repeatedly in a short time... Doing so may cause an error in the device or a system malfunction...

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3 If your smartphone is locked, unlock it and agree to use phone projection... When the smartphone is recognized successfully, the Android Auto menu is activated on the All Menus screen...

4 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Android Auto ...

5 Use your smartphone's functions, such as calling and messaging, on your system... Press an icon on the screen to run an application or perform a function...

Press the Voice recognition button on the steering wheel to start Google voice recognition...

Press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel to start using Bluetooth call functions...

6 To end Android Auto, remove the USB cable from your system...

Note When phone projection is active, you cannot change the phone projection settings... To change the settings, remove the USB cable from your system... Depending on Google's policies, the icons on the main screen of Android Auto may change... Depending on Google's policies, applications or functions that are compatible with Android Auto may change... To check compatible applications, visit the Android homepage (https://www... android... com/ auto)... To use phone projection in optimized environments, update your smartphone's operating system to the latest version... Depending on the connected device's hardware, firmware, and operating system versions, the recognition time may vary... Using phone projection may result in mobile communication charges... Depending on the network signal status, some functions may not work correctly... Avoid controlling your smartphone while phone projection is in use... While you are using Android Auto, the following functions are unavailable: - USB mode - Searches using the Search knob (TUNE FILE)

- Apple CarPlay

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Connecting your iPhone via Apple CarPlay

You can connect your iPhone and system via Apple CarPlay and control your smartphone applications on the systems screen...

Before using Apple CarPlay, be sure to check the following:

Apple CarPlay support on your iPhone

Visit the Apple homepage (https:// www... apple... com/ios/carplay) and check the iPhone models that support Apple CarPlay...

Apple CarPlay and Siri activated or updated on your iPhone

On your iPhone, ensure that Apple CarPlay and Siri are activated... If your iPhone does not have the functions, update the iPhone's operating system to the latest version...

Start Apple CarPlay by following the steps below:

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Apple CarPlay > Enable Apple CarPlay ...

2 Connect your iPhone to the USB port in your vehicle via the cable supplied with the iPhone... If you are connecting the device for phone projection for the first time, read the message on the notification pop-up window and press Next > OK ...

Caution

Do not connect and disconnect a USB connector repeatedly in a short time... Doing so may cause an error in the device or a system malfunction...

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3 If your iPhone is locked, unlock it and agree to use phone projection... When the iPhone is recognized successfully, the Apple CarPlay menu is activated on the All Menus screen...

4 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Apple CarPlay ...

5 Use your iPhone's functions, such as calling and messaging, on your system... Press an icon on the screen to run an application or perform a function... Press the HYUNDAI icon ( ) to move to the Home screen of your system...

Press the Voice recognition button on the steering wheel to start Siri...

Press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel to answer an incoming call...

6 To end Apple CarPlay, remove the USB cable from your system...

Note When phone projection is active, you cannot change the phone projection settings... To change the settings, remove the USB cable from your system... Depending on Apple's policies, applications or functions that are compatible with Apple CarPlay may change... To check compatible applications, visit the Apple homepage (https://www... apple... com/ios/carplay)... To use phone projection in optimized environments, update your smartphone's operating system to the latest version... Depending on the connected device's hardware, firmware, and operating system versions, the recognition time may vary... Using phone projection may result in mobile communication charges... Depending on the network signal status, some functions may not work correctly... Avoid controlling your smartphone while phone projection is in use... While you are using Apple CarPlay, the following functions are unavailable: - Bluetooth - USB mode - Searches using the Search knob (TUNE FILE)

- Android Auto

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Getting to know the driving assistance screen You can view the outside of your vehicle on the system screen... Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available functions may vary...

Caution

The distance shown in the rear view screen may differ from the actual distance... For safety, be sure to visually check the rear, left, and right sides of your vehicle...

Rear view screen

When you shift to "R" (Reverse) while the engine is running, the system screen will automatically display the rear view and the parking guides...

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Neutral direction lines (blue) cc These lines indicate your vehicles expected path with the steering wheel in the neutral position... It can help you determine whether the vehicle is in the correct position in a parking space and prevent you from parking too close to the next vehicle...

Crash warning lines (red) dd These lines are to help prevent a collision...

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Warning

When backing up, make sure to follow the guidelines below:

Before entering your vehicle, always check the area behind your vehicle... Do not solely rely on the rear view camera when backing up... Always ensure that it is safe to back up by checking behind you and looking in the rearview mirrors... Always back up slowly and stop immediately if you suspect that a person, especially a child, might be behind you...

Note You can change the operation setting for the rear view camera... On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Advanced > Extend Rear Camera Use and activate the Extend Rear Camera Use option... The rear view screen will remain active even if you shift to any position other than R (Reverse) after backing up... > See Extend Rear Camera Use (if equipped)...

If an object comes too close to your vehicle as you are parking the vehicle, a warning beep will sound... To prevent an accident that might result if you do not hear the beep, you can set the system to decrease the volume level of any media playing automatically when you are parking the vehicle... On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Sound > Priority > Proximity Warning ...

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3 Radio

Listening to the radio

Listening to HD Radio (if equipped)

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Listening to the radio You can search for radio stations through various search methods and listen to them... You can also save your favorite radio stations to the preset list...

Warning

Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control that may lead to an accident, severe bodily injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of the vehicle, and the use of any vehicle systems, including the touch screen and steering wheel controls, which take the drivers eyes, attention, and focus away from the safe operation of the vehicle, or which are not permissible by law, should never be used during the operation of the vehicle...

Turning on the radio

Press All Menus > Radio on the Home screen, or press the Radio button on the control panel...

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a a Select a radio mode...

b b Activate or deactivate the HD Radio mode (if equipped)...

c c Display the options list... Enter Station : Change the radio station by entering a radio frequency manually... Station List : Access the list of available radio stations... Info : Set to display text information received from the current broadcasting station... Reorder Presets : Rearrange saved radio stations on the preset list... > See Rearranging the preset list... Delete Presets : Delete saved radio stations from the preset list... > See Deleting saved radio stations... Set Number of Presets : Set the number of radio stations to display on the preset list... > See Changing the number of radio stations on the preset list... Sound Settings : Customize the system sound settings... > See Configuring the sound settings... Users Manual on Web (QR Code) : Access the web manual via the QR code... For safety reasons, you can access the QR code only when your vehicle is stationary...

d d Return to the previous level...

e e Radio station information

f f Save the current radio station to the preset list, or delete it from the list...

g g Preset list

h h Preview each radio station for a few seconds and select the one you want...

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Changing the radio mode

On the radio screen, press FM/ AM to switch between the radio modes... Alternatively, press the Radio button on the control panel...

Scanning for available radio stations

You can listen to each radio station for a few seconds and select the one you want...

1 On the radio screen, press ... The system provides a preview of each radio station on the available stations list for five seconds...

2 When you find the radio station to which you want to listen, press to stop the scan... You can continue listening to the current radio station...

Searching for radio stations

You can search for radio stations by changing frequencies...

To change frequencies, press the Search backward button (SEEK) or the Search forward button (TRACK) on the control panel... An available radio station will be selected automatically...

To change frequencies quickly, press and hold the Search backward button (SEEK) or the Search forward button (TRACK) on the control panel... When you release the button, an available radio station will be selected automatically... Alternatively, press and hold the Search lever/button on the steering wheel...

To change frequencies manually, turn the Search knob (TUNE FILE) on the control panel...

Note

If multiple HD radio stations are available on one radio frequency in HD Radio mode, turning the Search knob (TUNE FILE) on that frequency will allow you to select each radio station...

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Saving radio stations

You can save your favorite radio stations and listen to them by selecting from the preset list...

Press the star icon ( ) next to the current radio station information... The current radio station will be added to the first available slot on the preset list... Alternatively, press and hold an empty slot on the preset list...

Note You can save up to 40 radio stations... If you select a slot that is already filled, the station will be replaced by the station you are listening to...

Listening to saved radio stations

On the radio screen, select one of the radio stations from the preset list... Alternatively, use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel to scroll through the radio stations on the preset list...

Rearranging the preset list

1 On the radio screen, press Menu > Reorder Presets ...

2 Press next to the radio station you want to move and drag it to a desired location... Your changes will be applied to the preset list immediately...

3 Press to finish...

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Deleting saved radio stations

1 On the radio screen, press Menu > Delete Presets ...

2 Select the radio station you want to delete and press Delete > Yes ... The selected radio station will be deleted from the preset list...

Note

If you are listening to one of the saved radio stations, press the blue star icon next to the current radio station information to delete the radio station...

Changing the number of radio stations on the preset list

1 On the radio screen, press Menu > Set Number of Presets ...

2 Select the number of radio stations and press OK ... The selected number of the radio stations will be displayed on the preset list...

Note

If you set a number lower than the previously set number, only the selected number of radio stations will be displayed and the rest will be deleted...

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Listening to HD Radio (if equipped) By enabling HD Radio reception, you can listen to HD Radio stations in areas where they are available...

1 Press All Menus > Radio on the Home screen, or press the Radio button on the control panel...

2 On the radio screen, press ...

When HD Radio signals are received, the radio will switch from the analog mode to the HD mode...

In the HD mode, HD Radio station buttons are displayed at the top of the radio screen... Press a button to select one of the available HD Radio stations...

Note

HD Radio is only available in metropolitan areas...

Program Info: Presents song name, artist, station IDs, and other relevant data streams...

Digital, CD-quality sound... HD Radio Technology enables local radio stations to broadcast a clean digital signal... AM sounds like todays FM and FM sounds like a CD...

FM stations can provide additional digital- only audio programming on HD2/HD3 Channels...

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Using the media

Warning

Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control that may lead to an accident, severe bodily injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of the vehicle, and the use of any vehicle systems, including the touch screen and steering wheel controls, which take the drivers eyes, attention, and focus away from the safe operation of the vehicle, or which are not permissible by law, should never be used during the operation of the vehicle...

Listening to music from a USB device

You can play media files stored in portable devices, such as USB storage devices and MP3 players... Check compatible USB storage devices and file specifications before using the USB mode... > See USB mode...

Note

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, available buttons or the appearance and layout of the USB port in your vehicle may vary...

[ Starting the USB player

1 Connect your USB device to the USB port in the vehicle... Playback may start immediately depending on the device that you connect to the system...

2 Press All Menus > Media on the Home screen, or press the Media button on the control panel... The media player is displayed in full screen...

If you have multiple media storage devices, press the Media button on the control panel again and press USB Music on the media selection window...

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a a Access the files list...

b b Display the options list... Media Sources : Select a media storage device you want to use... Songs by this Artist : Move to the list of songs by the artist currently playing... Songs from this Album : Move to the list of songs from the album currently playing... Hide Current File : Hide the current file... Sound Settings : Customize the system sound settings... > See Configuring the sound settings... Users Manual on Web (QR Code) : Access the web manual via the QR code... For safety reasons, you can access the QR code only when your vehicle is stationary...

c c Return to the previous level...

d d Information about the song currently playing... Press a songs artist or album information to access a list of songs by the artist or from the album playing...

e e Current file number and total number of files

f f Change the repeat play mode...

g g Activate or deactivate the shuffle play mode...

h h Restart the current playback or play the previous file... Press and hold to rewind...

i i Pause or resume playback...

j j Play the next file... Press and hold to fast forward...

k k Playback time and playback position

Caution Start the engine of your vehicle before connecting a USB device to your system... Starting the engine with a USB device connected to the system may damage the USB device... Be careful of static electricity when connecting or disconnecting a USB device... A static discharge may cause a system malfunction... Be careful not to let your body or external objects contact the USB port... Doing so may cause an accident or a system malfunction... Do not connect and disconnect a USB connector repeatedly in a short time... Doing so may cause an error in the device or a system malfunction... Do not use a USB device for purposes other than playing files... Using USB accessories for charging or heating may cause poor performance or a system malfunction...

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Note Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available functions may vary... When connecting a USB storage device, do not use an extension cable... If you use a USB hub or an extension cable, the device may not be recognized... Fully insert a USB connector into the USB port... Failure to do so may cause a communication error... When you disconnect a USB device, a distorted noise may occur... The system can play only files encoded in a standard format... The following types of USB devices may not be recognized or work correctly: - Encrypted MP3 players - USB devices not recognized as removable disks

A USB device may not be recognized depending on its condition... Some USB devices may be incompatible with your system... Depending on the USB device's type, capacity, or the format of files, USB recognition time may be longer... Depending on the specification, some USB devices may not support charging via a USB connection...

[ Controlling the USB player

Use the buttons on the media player screen to control the music playback...

Pausing/Resuming playback

Press to pause music playback... Press to resume playback...

Rewinding/Fast forwarding

Press and hold or to rewind or fast forward the song...

Alternatively, use the Search backward button (SEEK) or the Search forward button (TRACK) on the control panel...

You can also use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel...

You can change the playback position by pressing the progress bar on the screen... Music will begin playing from the selected location...

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Restarting the current playback

After three seconds of playback have elapsed, press to restart the current song...

Alternatively, use the Search backward button (SEEK) on the control panel...

You can also use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel...

Playing the previous or next song

Press within the first three seconds of the current song to play the previous song... After three seconds of playback have elapsed, press twice... Press to play the next song...

Alternatively, use the Search backward button (SEEK) or the Search forward button (TRACK) on the control panel...

You can also use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel...

On the control panel, turn the Search knob (TUNE FILE) to find the desired song and press the knob within five seconds to play the file... If no control is detected within five seconds, the search is canceled and the screen displays information about the song currently playing...

Playing repeatedly

Press to play a file on repeat...

Each time you press the button, the corresponding mode icon appears on the button...

Note

Depending on the current playlist, available repeat play modes may vary...

Playing in random order

Press to shuffle the play order...

Hiding the current file

Press Menu > Hide Current File to hide the currently playing file from the system... The file is moved to the Hidden_ folder...

Note

Only USB storage devices formatted in FAT16/32 support hiding files...

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[ Searching for music files on a files list

Access a files list to search for and select a song...

1 On the music playback screen, press List ...

2 Press the screen to open a folder, move to another category, or play a music file...

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a a Display the options list... Media Sources : Select a media storage device you want to use... Now Playing : Return to the currently playing file if it is not visible on the current screen...

b b Return to the previous level...

c c Move up to another folder/ category...

d d Play all files in the selected folder or category...

e e Search for a song based on categories...

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Listening to music via Bluetooth

You can listen to music stored in the connected Bluetooth audio device via your vehicle's speakers...

[ Starting the Bluetooth audio player

1 Connect a Bluetooth-enabled device to your system, such as a mobile phone or an MP3 player... > See Connecting Bluetooth

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2 Press All Menus > Media on the Home screen, or press the Media button on the control panel... If you have multiple media storage devices, press the Media button on the control panel again and press Bluetooth Audio from the media selection window...

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a a If two Bluetooth audio devices are connected to your system, select a device to play music from...

b b Display the options list... Media Sources : Select a media storage device you want to use... Connections : Search for and connect another Bluetooth device... Sound Settings : Customize the system sound settings... > See Configuring the sound settings... Users Manual on Web (QR Code) : Access the web manual via the QR code... For safety reasons, you can access the QR code only when your vehicle is stationary...

c c Return to the previous level...

d d Information about the song currently playing

e e Restart the current playback... Press twice to play the previous file...

f f Pause or resume playback...

g g Play the next file...

h h Playback time and playback position

Note Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available functions may vary... Depending on the connected Bluetooth device, mobile phone, or the music player you are using, playback controls may differ... Depending on the music player you are using, streaming may not be supported... Depending on the connected Bluetooth device or mobile phone, some functions may not be supported... If you connect a media device or mobile phone to your system via both Bluetooth and a USB cable, your system or device may not operate correctly... To use a Bluetooth connection, disconnect any cable connection to the device...

[ Controlling the Bluetooth audio player

Use the buttons on the media player screen to control the music playback...

Note

Depending on the connected Bluetooth device, mobile phone, or the music player you are using, playback controls may differ...

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Pausing/Resuming playback

Press to pause music playback... Press to resume playback...

Restarting the current playback

After three seconds of playback have elapsed, press to restart the current song...

Alternatively, use the Search backward button (SEEK) on the control panel...

You can also use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel...

Playing the previous or next song

Press twice to play the previous song... Press to play the next song...

Alternatively, use the Search backward button (SEEK) or the Search forward button (TRACK) on the control panel...

You can also use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel...

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Making a call via Bluetooth

Answering a call via Bluetooth

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Connecting Bluetooth devices Bluetooth is a short-range wireless networking technology... Via Bluetooth, you can connect nearby mobile devices wirelessly to send and receive data between connected devices... This enables you to use your devices effectively...

On your system, you can use only the Bluetooth Handsfree and Audio features... Connect a mobile device that supports the Bluetooth Handsfree or Audio feature...

Warning

Park your vehicle in a safe location before connecting Bluetooth devices... Distracted driving can cause a traffic accident and lead to personal injury or death...

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For more information on Bluetooth- enabled devices and their functional compatibility, visit the HYUNDAI Motor America website (https://www... hyundaiusa... com/bluetooth)...

Pairing devices with your system

For Bluetooth connections, first pair your device with your system to add it to the Bluetooth devices list... You can register up to six devices...

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Connections > Add New ... If you are pairing a device with your system for the first time, you can also press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel... Alternatively, on the Home screen, press All Menus > Phone ...

2 Select a function you want to use and press OK ...

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3 On the Bluetooth device you want to connect, activate Bluetooth, search for your vehicle's system, and then select it... Check the system's Bluetooth name, which is displayed in the new registration pop-up window on the system screen...

4 Ensure that the Bluetooth passkeys displayed on the Bluetooth device screen and the system screen are the same and confirm the connection from the device...

5 If you are connecting a mobile phone, permit the system to access and download your data from the device... Downloading data is only for Bluetooth call functions... Permission is not required if you are connecting an audio device...

Note It may take a while for the system to connect with the device after you permit the system to access the device... When a connection is made, the Bluetooth status icon appears at the top of the screen... You can change the permission settings via the mobile phone's Bluetooth settings menu... For more information, refer to your mobile phone's user guide... When a device is connected to the system via Bluetooth, you cannot pair another device... If you do not want the system to connect with the device automatically, deactivate Bluetooth on your device...

Connecting a paired device

To use a Bluetooth device on your system, connect the paired device to the system... You can connect your system with one device for Bluetooth Handsfree or two devices at a time for Bluetooth Audio...

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Connections ...

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2 Press a device name or Connect ... If another device is already connected to your system, disconnect it... Press Disconnect next to the device...

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c c Connect the device...

d d List of Bluetooth devices paired with the system... Press a device name to connect or disconnect the device...

e e Disconnect the device...

f f Select a function you want to use on the Bluetooth device...

g g Pair a new device with your system...

h h Delete paired devices... Downloaded data from devices will also be deleted...

Note If you cannot connect a Bluetooth device, check if Bluetooth is activated on the device... If a connection ends because a device is out of the connection range or a device error occurs, the connection will be restored automatically when the device enters the connection range or when the error is cleared... If a connection is unstable due to a communication error, reset Bluetooth by pressing All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Bluetooth > Reset , and then reconnect the device...

Disconnecting a device

If you want to stop using a Bluetooth device or connect another device, disconnect your currently connected device...

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Connections ...

2 Press a device name or Disconnect ...

3 Press Yes ...

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Deleting paired devices

If you no longer want a Bluetooth device paired or if you want to connect a new device when the Bluetooth devices list is full, delete paired devices...

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Connections > Delete Devices ...

2 Select the devices you want to delete and press Delete ... To delete all paired devices, press Mark All > Delete ...

3 Press Yes ... Downloaded data from devices will also be deleted...

Making a call via Bluetooth By connecting a device that supports Bluetooth Handsfree, you can use the Bluetooth phone feature on your system... This feature enables you to talk on the phone hands free via Bluetooth... View call information on the system screen, and make or receive calls safely and conveniently via the vehicle's built-in microphone and speakers...

Warning Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control that may lead to an accident, severe bodily injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of the vehicle, and the use of any vehicle systems, including the touch screen and steering wheel controls, which take the drivers eyes, attention, and focus away from the safe operation of the vehicle, or which are not permissible by law, should never be used during the operation of the vehicle... Park your vehicle in a safe location before connecting any Bluetooth devices... Distracted driving can cause a traffic accident and lead to personal injury or death... Never dial a phone number by entering it manually or pick up your mobile phone while driving... Use of a mobile phone may distract your attention, making it difficult to recognize external conditions and reducing the ability to cope with unexpected situations, which may lead to an accident...

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Dialing from your call history

You can make a call by selecting one of your call records downloaded from the connected mobile phone...

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Phone ... Alternatively, press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel...

If the Bluetooth Handsfree feature is deactivated, the device selection pop-up window appears... Connect a mobile phone by selecting one from your list of paired devices or by pairing a new one...

2 On the Bluetooth phone screen, press ...

3 Select a call record from your call history to make a call... You can find the call record you want by using the Search lever/button on the steering wheel...

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a a Display the options list... Download : Download your call history... Privacy Mode : Activate privacy mode to protect your personal information... In the privacy mode, personal data will not be displayed... Bluetooth Settings : Change the settings for Bluetooth connections... Users Manual on Web (QR Code) : Access the web manual via the QR code... For safety reasons, you can access the QR code only when your vehicle is stationary...

b b Return to the previous level...

c c Call records downloaded from your mobile phone

d d View all call records...

e e View only dialed calls...

f f View only received calls...

g g View only missed calls...

4 To end the call, press the Call end button on the steering wheel or press End on the call screen...

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Note Some mobile phones may not support the download function... Up to 50 call records will be downloaded per individual list... Call durations do not appear on the system screen... Permission is required to download your call history from the mobile phone... When you attempt to download data, you may need to permit the download on the mobile phone... If the download fails, check the mobile phone screen for any notification or the mobile phone's permission setting... When you download your call history, any old data will be deleted...

Dialing from your favorites list

If you register frequently used phone numbers as your favorites, you can find them and dial them quickly...

[ Setting up your favorites list

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Phone ... Alternatively, press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel...

If the Bluetooth Handsfree feature is deactivated, the device selection pop-up window appears... Connect a mobile phone by selecting one from your list of paired devices or by pairing a new one...

2 On the Bluetooth phone screen, press ...

3 Press Add New and select a contact from your contacts list... If you have already added your favorites, on the favorites screen, press Menu > Edit ...

4 Press the star icon ( ) next to the phone number you want... The phone number is added to your favorites list...

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Note You can register up to 10 favorites for each device... To delete one of your favorites, on the favorites screen, press Menu > Delete ... When you connect a new mobile phone, your favorites set for the previous mobile phone will not be displayed, but they will remain in your system until you delete the previous phone from the devices list...

[ Making a call through the favorites list

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Phone ... Alternatively, press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel...

If the Bluetooth Handsfree feature is deactivated, the device selection pop-up window appears... Connect a mobile phone by selecting one from your list of paired devices or by pairing a new one...

2 On the Bluetooth phone screen, press ...

3 Select a contact from your favorites list to make a call... You can find the contact you want by using the Search lever/button on the steering wheel...

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b b Return to the previous level...

c c Contacts registered as your favorites

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Dialing from your contacts list

You can make a call by selecting one of your contacts downloaded from the connected mobile phone...

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Phone ... Alternatively, press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel...

If the Bluetooth Handsfree feature is deactivated, the device selection pop-up window appears... Connect a mobile phone by selecting one from your list of paired devices or by pairing a new one...

2 On the Bluetooth phone screen, press ...

3 Select a contact from the contacts list to make a call... You can find the contact you want by using the Search lever/button on the steering wheel...

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b b Return to the previous level...

c c Enter a contacts name or phone number to search the list...

d d Contacts downloaded from your mobile phone

e e Select an initial letter to find contacts quickly...

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Note Only contacts in the supported format can be downloaded and displayed from the Bluetooth device... Contacts from some applications will not be included... Up to 5,000 contacts can be downloaded from your device... Some mobile phones may not support the download function... Contacts stored both in the phone and in the SIM card are downloaded... With some mobile phones, contacts in the SIM card may not be downloaded... If you have set up speed dial numbers on the mobile phone, you can make a call by pressing and holding a speed dial number on the keypad... Depending on the mobile phone type, the speed dialing function may not be supported... Permission is required to download contacts from the mobile phone... When you attempt to download data, you may need to permit the download on the mobile phone... If the download fails, check the mobile phone screen for any notification or the mobile phone's permission setting... Depending on the mobile phone type or status, downloading may take longer... When you download your contacts, any old data will be deleted... You cannot edit or delete your contacts on the system... When you connect a new mobile phone, your contacts downloaded from the previous mobile phone will not be displayed, but they will remain in your system until you delete the previous phone from the devices list...

Dialing from the keypad

You can make a call by entering a phone number manually on the keypad...

Warning

Never dial a phone number by entering it manually while driving... This may distract your attention, making it difficult to recognize external conditions and reducing the ability to cope with unexpected situations, which may lead to an accident...

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Phone ... Alternatively, press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel...

If the Bluetooth Handsfree feature is deactivated, the device selection pop-up window appears... Connect a mobile phone by selecting one from your list of paired devices or by pairing a new one...

2 On the Bluetooth phone screen, press ...

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3 Enter a phone number on the keypad and press to make a call... You can also search for contacts by using alphabets or digits labeled on the keypad...

aa bb

ee ffdd

cc

a a Display the options list... Privacy Mode : Activate privacy mode to protect your personal information... In the privacy mode, personal data will not be displayed... Bluetooth Settings : Change the settings for Bluetooth connections... Users Manual on Web (QR Code) : Access the web manual via the QR code... For safety reasons, you can access the QR code only when your vehicle is stationary...

b b Return to the previous level...

c c Enter a phone number or name by using the keypad...

d d Delete the phone number you entered...

e e Search for and connect another Bluetooth device...

f f Dial the phone number you entered... If you did not enter any phone number, this button will perform the following functions: Pressing this button enters the most recently dialed phone number into the input field... Pressing and holding this button redials the most recently dialed phone number...

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Answering a call via Bluetooth You can accept or reject calls and use convenient functions during a call...

Accepting or rejecting a call

When a call comes in, a notification pop- up window of the incoming call appears on the system screen...

To answer the call, press Accept ... Alternatively, press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel...

To reject the call, press Reject ... Alternatively, press the Call end button on the steering wheel...

Warning Park your vehicle in a safe location before connecting any Bluetooth devices... Distracted driving can cause a traffic accident and lead to personal injury or death... Never pick up your mobile phone while driving... Use of a mobile phone may distract your attention, making it difficult to recognize external conditions and reducing the ability to cope with unexpected situations, which may lead to an accident...

Note Depending on the mobile phone type, call rejection may not be supported... Once your mobile phone is connected to the system, the call sound may be output through the vehicles speakers even after you exit the vehicle if the phone is within the connection range... To end the connection, disconnect the device from the system or deactivate Bluetooth on the device... You can activate privacy mode by pressing Privacy Mode on the incoming call pop-up window... In privacy mode, contact information will not be displayed... To deactivate privacy mode, press Menu > Privacy Mode on the Bluetooth phone screen...

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Using functions during a call

During a call, you will see the call screen shown below... Press a button to perform the function you want...

bb

aa

dd ee ff

cc

a a Return to the previous level...

b b Turn off the microphone so the other party cannot hear you...

c c Adjust the microphone volume...

d d Display or hide the keypad...

e e Switch the call to your mobile phone... Depending on the mobile phone type, this function may not be supported...

f f End the call...

Note If you set the microphone volume too high, the other party may have a difficulty understanding you due to noise or echoing, depending on their mobile phone and surroundings... Setting the volume to 30 or lower is recommended... If the caller information is saved in your contacts list, the caller's name and phone number will be displayed... If the caller information is not saved in your contacts list, only the caller's phone number will be displayed... You cannot switch to any other screen, such as the radio, media, or settings screen, during a Bluetooth call... Depending on the mobile phone type, call quality may vary... On some phones, your voice may be less audible to the other party... Depending on the mobile phone type, the phone number may not be displayed...

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Switching between calls

If your mobile phone supports call waiting, you can accept a second call... The first call is put on hold...

To switch between the active call and the held call, press Switch or press the phone number displayed on the call screen...

Note

Depending on the mobile phone type, this function may not be supported...

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Voice functions

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Using Voice Memo You can record voice memos using the microphone installed in your vehicle and play voice memos on your system...

Warning

Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control that may lead to an accident, severe bodily injury, or death... The drivers primary responsibility is the safe and legal operation of the vehicle, and the use of any vehicle systems, including the touch screen and steering wheel controls, which take the drivers eyes, attention, and focus away from the safe operation of the vehicle, or which are not permissible by law, should never be used during the operation of the vehicle...

Starting Voice Memo

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Voice Memo ...

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aa bb

a a Display the options list... Delete : Delete voice memos... Save to USB Device : Save voice memos to a USB storage device... This option is available only for USB storage devices formatted in FAT16/32... Storage Information : View information on the storage space used for your voice memos... Users Manual on Web (QR Code) : Access the web manual via the QR code... For safety reasons, you can access the QR code only when your vehicle is stationary...

b b Return to the previous level...

c c List of your voice memos... Press a voice memo to play it...

d d Start or pause recording...

e e Stop recording...

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Recording voice memos

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Voice Memo ...

2 On the voice memo screen, press ... Press to pause recording... Press

to resume recording...

3 Press to stop recording... Alternatively, press the Call end button on the steering wheel...

The voice memo is saved and added to the voice memos list on the left of the screen...

Note Voice memo recording mutes the function in operation or pauses media playback... If you make or answer a call while recording a voice memo, the recording pauses...

Playing voice memos

1 On the Home screen, press All Menus > Voice Memo ...

2 Select a voice memo from the voice memos list... The voice memo will begin playing...

Pausing/Resuming playback

Press to pause voice memo playback... Press to resume playback...

Rewinding/Fast forwarding

Press and hold or to rewind or fast forward the voice memo...

Alternatively, use the Search backward button (SEEK) or the Search forward button (TRACK) on the control panel...

You can also use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel...

You can change the playback position by pressing the progress bar on the screen... The voice memo will begin playing from the selected location...

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Restarting the current playback

After three seconds of playback have elapsed, press ...

Alternatively, use the Search forward button (TRACK) on the control panel...

You can also use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel...

Playing the previous or next voice memo

Press within the first three seconds of the current voice memo to play the previous file... After three seconds of playback have elapsed, press twice... Press to play the next voice memo...

Alternatively, use the Search backward button (SEEK) or the Search forward button (TRACK) on the control panel...

You can also use the Search lever/ button on the steering wheel...

On the control panel, turn the Search knob (TUNE FILE) to find the desired voice memo and press the knob within five seconds to play the file... If no control is detected within five seconds, the search is canceled and the screen displays information about the voice memo currently playing...

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7 Settings

Configuring the device connection settings

Configuring the advanced system settings

Configuring the general system settings

Configuring the sound settings

Configuring the display settings

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Configuring the device connection settings You can manage Bluetooth devices or customize your Bluetooth settings... You can also enable phone projection to control your smartphone applications via the system screen...

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available options may vary...

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections and select an option to change...

Bluetooth

You can modify Bluetooth connection settings...

Note

Some options are only displayed when a mobile phone is connected to your system...

[ Bluetooth Connections

You can pair new Bluetooth devices to your system, or connect or disconnect a paired device... You can also delete paired devices...

[ Bluetooth Voice Prompts

You can set to enable or disable voice prompts for Bluetooth connections...

[ Bluetooth System Info

You can view or edit your system's Bluetooth information...

[ Privacy Mode

You can activate privacy mode to protect your personal information... In the privacy mode, personal data will not be displayed...

[ Reset

You can delete all paired Bluetooth devices and reset your Bluetooth settings to default values... All data related to Bluetooth devices will also be deleted...

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Android Auto

You can enable Android Auto to connect your Android smartphone to your system...

Apple CarPlay

You can enable Apple CarPlay to connect your iPhone to your system...

Configuring the advanced system settings You can customize the advanced system settings, such as notifications or button functions...

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available options may vary...

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Advanced and select an option to change...

Custom Button

You can assign a function to the Custom button on your control panel...

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Steering Wheel MODE Button

You can switch between different radio/ media functions when pressing the Mode button on your steering wheel...

Home Screen

You can change the widgets and menus displayed on the Home screen... Personalize the Home screen by adding your favorite menus... > See "Changing the Home screen widgets" or "Changing the Home screen menu icons... "

Media Change Notifications

You can set to briefly display media information at the top of the screen when not on the main media screen... If you change the media item by using any controls on the control panel or steering wheel, media information will appear regardless of this setting...

Extend Rear Camera Use (if equipped)

You can set the rear view screen to remain active even if you shift to any position other than "R" (Reverse) after backing up... When you shift to "P" (Park) or drive at a predetermined speed or faster, the rear view screen will be deactivated and the system will display the previous screen automatically...

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Configuring the general system settings You can customize your system settings, such as the time and date, the system language, and more...

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available options may vary...

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > General and select an option to change...

Date/Time

You can set the current time and date or change the time display format...

[ GPS Time

You can set the system to receive time information from the GPS... When you deactivate this option, you can set the time and date manually...

[ Time Zone

You can select your time zone...

[ Daylight Saving Time

You can apply daylight saving time...

[ 24 Hours

You can set the time in the 24 hour format...

Language

You can change the system language...

Note It may take a while for the system to apply the selected language... When the change is completed, a pop-up window will appear telling you the system language has changed... Press outside the pop-up window area on the screen to close the window, or wait for a few seconds... This setting will not affect user data, such as MP3 file names...

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Keyboard

You can customize your keyboard settings...

Note

Your keyboard settings will be applied throughout the system when inputting text...

[ English Keyboard

You can select an English keyboard...

[ Default Keyboard

You can select a default keyboard...

Screen Saver

You can select a screen saver option after turning off your screen by pressing and holding the Power button on the control panel...

Digital Clock : The digital clock is displayed... Analog Clock : The analog clock is displayed... None : No screen saver is displayed...

System Info

You can view your system information or reset your system settings to default values...

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[ SW Info/Update

You can view your system's version information or update it to the latest version... To update your system, visit your local dealership...

Caution Depending on data size, an update may take several minutes... Do not turn off the system or remove the storage device while the update is in progress... If the power supply is cut off or the storage device is removed from the system, it may corrupt the data or cause a system malfunction...

[ Storage

You can view your systems memory storage information...

[ Users Manual on Web (QR Code)

You can access the web manual of the system by scanning the QR code with your smartphone...

Warning

Park your vehicle in a safe location before scanning the QR code... For safety reasons, you are not able to access QR codes from the systems screen while the vehicle is moving...

[ Reset

You can reset your system settings to default values... All user data stored in the system will also be deleted...

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Configuring the sound settings You can adjust/modify sound settings such as speaker volume or sound effects...

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available options may vary...

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Sound and select an option to change...

Advanced

You can adjust advanced sound options and apply various sound effects...

[ Speed Dependent Volume Control

You can set the volume to be adjusted automatically according to your driving speed...

[ Live Dynamic (if equipped)

You can enjoy natural, dynamic sound like sound from a live performance...

[ Bass Boost (if equipped)

You can enjoy grand, dynamic sound with amplified bass frequencies...

[ Clari-Fi (if equipped)

You can enjoy sound restored to compensate for frequencies lost during audio compression...

[ Quantum Logic Surround (if equipped)

You can enjoy spacious, surround sound, like the actual sound on a live stage...

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[ BOSE Centerpoint (if equipped)

You can enjoy rich surround sound via the stereo sound source, such as digital audio files or satellite radio...

[ BOSE Dynamic Speed Compensation (if equipped)

You can enjoy a stable listening environment by automatically calibrating the sound according to your driving speed...

Position

You can select where you would like sound to be concentrated in your vehicle... Press a desired location on the seat image or use the arrow buttons to adjust... To center the sound in your vehicle, press ...

Volume

You can adjust the volume levels for various system features, including phone projection...

[ System Sound

You can adjust the volume levels for individual system features...

Note

To restore the default volume settings for system features, press Reset ...

[ Phone Projection

You can adjust the volume levels for phone projection features individually...

Note

To restore the default volume settings for phone projection, press Reset ...

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Tone

You can adjust the tone and output level of each sound...

Note

To restore the default settings for all sound tone modes, press Center ...

Priority

You can set specific sounds to take priority over other sounds when they play at the same time...

[ Proximity Warning

You can set to give priority to the proximity warning feature and lower all other sounds when parking your vehicle...

[ Start-up Volume Limit

You can set to automatically lower the system volume upon vehicle start-up, if the volume has been previously set to a high level...

Reset

You can reset your sound settings to default values...

Touch sound (Beep )

You can turn the touch sound on or off by pressing Beep on the sound settings screen...

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Configuring the display settings You can change the settings for the screen display...

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, displayed screens and available options may vary...

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Display and select an option to change...

Mode

You can set the screen brightness to be adjusted automatically to ambient lighting conditions, and also to keep the screen bright or dim...

[ Automatic

The screen brightness is adjusted automatically based on the ambient lighting conditions...

[ Daylight

This option is available when you deactivate the Automatic option... The screen brightness stays bright regardless of the ambient lighting conditions...

[ Night

This option is available when you deactivate the Automatic option... The screen brightness stays dark regardless of the ambient lighting conditions...

Illumination

You can adjust the screen brightness for each brightness mode...

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[ Daylight

You can adjust screen brightness in day mode when you select Daylight in the Mode option...

[ Night

You can adjust screen brightness in night mode when you select Night in the Mode option...

Note

To restore the default settings for the brightness modes, press Center ...

Blue Light Filter

The blue light filter reduces eye fatigue by adjusting the levels of blue light displayed by the screen...

[ Use Blue Light Filter

You can set to use the blue light filter... After enabling the blue light filter, you can adjust the intensity...

Note

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, adjusting the intensity may not be available...

[ Blue Light Filter Settings

You can set the system to activate the blue light filter automatically according to the ambient lighting conditions or manually enter a period for when to use the blue light filter...

Automatic : The blue light filter will function automatically according to the ambient lighting conditions... Scheduled Time : The blue light filter will function during the set period...

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Reset

You can reset your display settings to default values...

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8 Troubleshooting

System status icons

FAQ

Product specifications

Important information

Index

Trademarks

Open Source Information

Appendix

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Troubleshooting Before reporting a malfunctioning system, refer to the following table for troubleshooting tips... If the problem persists or you are unable to locate your specific need, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

Sound and display

Symptom Possible cause Solution

No sound System turned off Ensure that the engine start/stop button is set to "ACC" or "ON... Press the Power button to turn on the system...

Low volume level Turn the Volume knob on the control panel to adjust the volume...

System muted Press the Mute button on the steering wheel to unmute the system...

Sound is heard from only one speaker...

Unbalanced sound output

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Sound > Position and change the settings to adjust the sound balance...

Sound is cut off or a distorted noise is heard...

System vibration This is not a malfunction... Vibration can cause distortion and even cut off sound... The system will function normally when the vibration stops...

The image quality is deteriorated...

System vibration This is not a malfunction... Vibration can cause distortion... The system will function normally when the vibration stops...

Aged or deteriorated screen

If the problem persists, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

Small red, blue, or green dots appear on the screen...

Because the LCD is manufactured with technology requiring extremely high pixel density, dead, stuck or poorly lit pixels may occur... The permitted amount is no more than 0... 01% of the total pixels...

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USB playback

Symptom Possible cause Solution

The files on the USB storage device are not recognized...

File format not compatible Copy compatible media files to the USB device and reconnect the device... > See USB mode...

Poor connection Disconnect the USB storage device from the USB port and reconnect it correctly...

Damaged or dirty USB connectors

Remove foreign substances from the USB connector of the storage device and the contact surface of the USB port...

USB hub or extension cable used

Connect the USB storage device directly to the USB port...

Non-standard USB storage device used

Use a USB storage device that is compatible with the system... > See USB mode...

Corrupt USB storage device Format the USB storage device on a PC and reconnect it... Format the device in FAT16/32...

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Bluetooth connection

Symptom Possible cause Solution

The system is not detected on the Bluetooth device...

Pairing mode not activated

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Connections > Add New to switch the system to pairing mode... Then, try searching for the system again on the device...

The Bluetooth device is not connected to the system...

Bluetooth deactivated Activate Bluetooth on the device...

Bluetooth error Deactivate Bluetooth and reactivate it on the device... Then, reconnect the device... Turn the device off and on... Then, reconnect it... Remove the battery from the device and reinstall it... Then, turn the device on and reconnect it... Unregister Bluetooth pairing on both the system and the device and then re-register and connect them...

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Phone projection

Symptom Possible cause Solution

Phone projection does not start when a smartphone is connected via a USB cable...

Phone projection not supported by the phone

Visit the following websites and ensure that the smartphone supports one of the corresponding functions...

Android Auto: https://support... google... com/androidauto Apple CarPlay: https://www... apple... com/ ios/carplay

Phone projection disabled

On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections , then select a function you want to use... Check if phone projection is disabled in the application settings or if there are any restrictions set on your smartphone...

Smartphone not ready or malfunctioning

Check if the smartphones battery is low... If the battery is low, the smartphone may not be recognized... If the network signal is weak, phone projection may not work correctly... If the smartphone is locked, unlock it... Reset the smartphone and reconnect it...

When phone projection starts or is in use, a black screen is displayed...

Smartphone malfunctioning

Disconnect the USB cable from the smartphone and reconnect the cable... Reset the smartphone and reconnect it...

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System operation

Symptom Possible cause Solution

The previously used media mode is not activated after the system turns off and back on...

Poor connection or playback error

If the corresponding media storage device is not connected or has a problem in playback when you turn on the system, the mode you previously used will be activated... Reconnect the media storage device or restart playback...

The system is slow or it does not respond...

Internal system error Press and hold the Reset button with a suitable tool, such as a pen or a paperclip... If the problem persists, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

The system does not turn on...

Fuse shorted Visit a repair shop and replace with a suitable fuse... If the problem persists, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

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Microphone turned off during Bluetooth call

Downloading contacts and call history from a mobile phone connected via Bluetooth to the system

Note

Depending on the vehicle model or specifications, some status icons may not be displayed...

System status icons Status icons appear at the top right of the screen to display the current system status...

Familiarize yourself with the status icons that appear when you perform certain actions or functions and their meanings...

[ Mute and voice recording

Radio and media muted

Voice memo recording

[ Bluetooth

Mobile phone connected via Bluetooth

Audio device connected via Bluetooth

Mobile phone and audio device connected via Bluetooth

Bluetooth call in progress

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Q How do I pair a Bluetooth device with the system?

A On the Home screen, press All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Connections > Add New ... From the Bluetooth device you want to connect, search for and pair with your system... When you enter or confirm a Bluetooth passkey displayed on the system screen, the device is registered to the system's Bluetooth devices list and connected to the system automatically... > See Connecting Bluetooth devices...

Q What is a passkey?

A A passkey is the password used to authenticate the connection between the system and the mobile device... The passkey needs to be entered only once when you pair a mobile phone for the first time...

The initial passkey is 0000... You can change it by pressing All Menus > Setup > Device Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth System Info > Passkey ...

FAQ

Bluetooth

Q What kinds of functions can I use with Bluetooth?

A You can connect your mobile phone to make or answer calls hands free... You can also connect audio devices, such as MP3 players and mobile phones, to listen to music in your vehicle... > See "Making a call via Bluetooth" or "Listening to music via Bluetooth... "

Q What is the difference between pairing a device and connecting a device?

A Pairing occurs through authenticating the system and a mobile device... Devices paired with the system can be connected and disconnected until they are deleted from the system... Bluetooth Handsfree features, such as making or answering calls or accessing contacts, are supported only in mobile phones connected with the system...

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Q What should I do if I want to switch the call to my mobile phone while on a call via the system?

A Press and hold the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel or press Use Private on the screen to switch the call to your mobile phone...

Q How do I access the contacts in my mobile phone from the system?

A When connecting your mobile phone to your system, permit the system to access the contacts saved in the mobile phone... The contacts will be downloaded to the system... To open the downloaded contacts list, press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel and press

on the phone screen... You can search for a contact to make a call or add it to favorites... > See Making a call via Bluetooth...

Q I changed my mobile phone that was registered to the system via Bluetooth... How can I register my new mobile phone?

A You can register additional devices to your system by following the instructions to pair a device... Up to six devices can be added to your system's Bluetooth devices list... To delete a registered device, on the Bluetooth devices list, press Delete Devices , select the devices to delete, and press Delete ... > See Connecting Bluetooth devices...

Q How do I answer a call?

A When a call comes in and a notification pop-up window appears, press the Call/Answer button on the steering wheel or press Accept on the screen...

To reject the call, press the Call end button on the steering wheel or press Reject on the screen...

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Radio/media

Q What kinds of media and radio functions does my system have?

A Your system is enabled to play various radio services and audio through various types of media (USB, etc... )... For more information, see the corresponding chapters...

Q I want to move to the previous or next song without controlling the screen while driving...

A Use the Search lever/button on the steering wheel to move to the previous or next song...

Broadcast reception

Q No sound is heard or a distorted noise is heard when listening to the radio while driving...

A Depending on the location, the reception may deteriorate due to obstacles...

Attaching a window film including metal components to the rear window equipped with a glass antenna may lower radio reception...

Q What is the range of my wireless connection?

A A wireless connection can be used within about 10 m (about 33 ft)... The maximum Bluetooth range may be affected by the usage environment, such as the vehicle type, the system platform, or the connected mobile phone...

Q How many mobile devices can be paired?

A Up to six devices can be paired with your system...

Q Why is call quality sometimes poor?

A Check your mobile phones reception sensitivity when call quality deteriorates... The call quality may deteriorate when the signal strength is low...

Call quality may also become poor if metal objects, such as beverage cans, are placed near the mobile phone... Check to see if any metal objects are near the mobile phone...

The call sound and quality may differ depending on the type of mobile phone...

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How to self-check a system fault

Q My system does not operate normally... What should I do?

A Check your system by referring to the solutions explained in the troubleshooting sections... > See Troubleshooting...

If the system still does not operate normally after following the relevant instructions, press and hold the Reset button...

If the problem persists, contact your place of purchase or dealer...

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Product specifications

Media player

[ USB mode

# Music

Item Specifications

Audio file specification

MPEG-1/2 Layer3, OGG (Vorbis), FLAC, WMA (Standard/ Professional), WAV

Bit rates/Sampling frequency

MP3 8 to 320 kbps (CBR/VBR), to 48 kHz (ID3 tag version: Ver... 1... 0, Ver... 1... 1, Ver... 2... 2, Ver... 2... 3, Ver... 2... 4)

OGG Q1 to Q10, to 48 kHz

FLAC 8/16/24 bit, to 48 kHz

WMA Standard (0x161): to L3 Profile, to 385 kbps, to 48 kHz Professional (0x162): to M0b, to 192 kbps, to 48 kHz

WAV 8/16 bit, to 48 kHz

Detailed specifications

Maximum number of directory layers: 20 Maximum length of folder/file names: 255 byte Supported characters for folder/file names: Alphanumeric characters, Korean standard character set 2,350 characters, Simplified Chinese 4,888 characters Maximum number of folders: 2,000 (including ROOT) Maximum number of files: 8,000

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Note You cannot play the following types of files: - Modified files (files whose file format has changed) - Variant files (for example, MP3 files encoded with WMA audio codec)

Sound quality of music files using a bit rate in more than 192 kbps is not guaranteed... For files that do not use a fixed bit rate, some functions may not work or the playback time may be incorrect... If an error occurs when you play a file or the file is not in supported format, change the file format by using the latest encoding software...

# USB storage devices

Item Specifications

Byte/Sector 64 kbyte or less

Format system FAT16/32 (recommended), exFAT, NTFS

Note Operation is guaranteed only for a metal cover type USB storage device with a plug type connector... - USB storage devices with a plastic plug may not be recognized... - USB storage devices in memory card types, such as CF card or SD cards, may not be recognized...

Any problems caused by the use of USB storage devices not listed in the following table are not covered by the warranty...

Product name Manufacturer

XTICK LG Electronics Inc...

BMK BMK Technology Co... , Ltd...

SKY-DRV Sky Digital Co... , Ltd...

TRANSCEND JetFlash Transcend Information, Inc...

Sandisk Cruzer SanDisk

Micro ZyRUS ZyRUS

NEXTIK Digiworks Co... , Ltd...

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USB hard disk drives may not be recognized... When you use a large capacity USB storage device with multiple logical drives, only files stored on the first drive will be recognized... If an application program is loaded on a USB storage device, the corresponding media files may not play...

Common specifications

Item Specifications

Power supply DC 14... 4 V

Operating power DC 9 to 16 V

Dark current 1 mA or less

Operating temperature -20 to +70 C (-4 to +158 F)

Storage temperature -40 to +85 C (-40 to +185 F)

Current consumption 2... 5 A

Radio

Item Specifications

Channels A2 FM: 87... 5 to 107... 9 MHz (Step: 200 kHz) AM: 530 to 1710 kHz (Step: 10 kHz)

Channels A6 FM: 87... 5 to 107... 9 MHz (Step: 200 kHz) AM: 531 to 1701 kHz (Step: 9 kHz)

Sensitivity FM: 10 dBuV or lower AM: 35 dBu EMF or lower

Distortion factor 2 % or less

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Bluetooth

Item Specifications

Frequency range 2400 to 2483... 5 MHz

Supported Bluetooth specification

4... 1

Supported profile HFP (1... 7), A2DP (1... 3), AVRCP (1... 6), PBAP (1... 2)

Bluetooth Power Class 2 -6 to 4 dBm

Antenna power 2... 5 mW (maximum)

Number of channels 79

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Important information Before using your system, read and follow all instructions and safety information provided in this users guide (Users Manual)... Not following precautions found in this guide can lead to an accident or other serious consequences...

Keep this guide in your vehicle

When kept in the vehicle, this guide will be a ready reference for you and other users unfamiliar with the system... Ensure that before using the system for the first time, all persons have access to this guide and read its instructions and safety information carefully...

Warning

Operating certain parts of this system while driving can distract your attention away from the road, and possibly cause an accident or other serious consequences... Do not change system settings or enter data non-verbally (using your hands) while driving... Stop the vehicle in a safe and legal manner before attempting these operations... This is important since setting up or changing some functions as you drive may distract your attention away from the road and removing your hands from the steering wheel may cause you to lose control of the vehicle...

General operation

[ Prolonged views of screen

Do not access any function requiring a prolonged view of the screen while you are driving... Pull over in a safe and legal manner before attempting to access a function of the system requiring prolonged attention... Even short views of the screen may be hazardous if your attention has been diverted away from your driving...

[ Volume setting

Do not raise the volume excessively... Keep the volume at a level where you can still hear outside traffic and emergency signals while driving... Driving while unable to hear these sounds could cause an accident...

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Index

A advanced system settings7-3

all menus1-10

Android Auto settings7-3 starting2-3

Apple CarPlay settings7-3 starting2-5

B battery warning1-6

beep, set7-10

blue light filter settings7-12

Bluetooth audio player pausing/resuming4-8 playing4-6 playing the previous/next file4-8 restarting playback4-8

Bluetooth information7-2

Bluetooth mode connecting devices5-3 deleting devices5-5 disconnecting devices5-4 pairing devices5-2

Bluetooth phone answering a call5-12 call history5-6 contacts list5-9 favorites list5-7 functions during a call5-13

keypad5-10 making a call5-5 switching calls5-14

Bluetooth settings7-2

Bluetooth specifications8-15

brightness mode, set7-11

brightness settings7-11

C call history5-5

component names and functions control panel

custom button1-2 media button1-2 power button/volume knob1-2 radio button1-2 reset button1-2, 8-6 search backward/forward button1-3 search knob1-3 setup button1-3

steering wheel remote control call/answer button1-4 call end button1-4 mode button1-4 mute button1-4 search lever/button1-4 voice recognition button1-4 volume lever/button1-4

contacts list5-9

control panel1-2

custom button, set7-3

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D device connection settings

Android Auto7-3 Apple CarPlay7-3 Bluetooth7-2

display settings7-11

driving assistance screen rear view2-7

F FAQ

audio functions8-10 Bluetooth8-8 broadcast reception8-10 self-check on system faults8-11

favorites contacts5-7

frequently asked questions8-8

G general system settings7-5

H HD Radio3-6

home screen1-8

K keyboard, set7-6

L language, set7-5

M media notification, set7-4

media player Bluetooth audio mode4-6 USB mode4-2

mode button, set7-4

music, play Bluetooth audio mode4-6 USB mode4-2

P parking guides2-7

phone dialed calls5-6 missed calls5-6 received calls5-6

phone projection2-2 Android Auto2-3 Apple CarPlay2-5

privacy mode5-6, 7-2

proximity warning2-8

R radio

deleting stations3-5 HD Radio3-6 mode, change3-3 number of saved stations3-5 rearranging stations3-4 saved stations, select3-4 saving stations3-4 scanning stations3-3 searching for stations3-3

rear view parking guides2-7 rear camera operation, set7-4

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resetting to default all menus1-11 Bluetooth settings7-2 display settings7-13 home screen menu icons1-10 home screen widgets1-9 sound settings7-10 system7-7

S screen saver, set7-6

settings advanced system settings7-3 device connection settings7-2 display settings7-11 general system settings7-5 sound settings7-8

sound effect settings7-8

sound output level, set7-10

sound position, set7-9

sound priority settings7-10

sound settings7-8

status icons8-7

steering wheel remote control1-4

system information7-6

system reset8-6

system specifications Bluetooth8-15 common8-14 media player8-12 radio8-14

system, turn on/off1-5

T time and date settings7-5

touch screen, control1-6

touch sound, set7-10

troubleshooting Bluetooth connection8-4 display8-2 phone projection8-5 sound8-2 system operation8-6 USB playback8-3

U USB mode

connecting devices4-2 device specifications8-13 file specifications8-12

USB player accessing lists4-6 hiding files4-5 pausing/resuming4-4 playing4-2 playing the previous/next file4-5 repeat play4-5 restarting playback4-5 rewinding/fast forwarding4-4 shuffle play4-5

USB port4-2

V voice memos

pausing/resuming6-3 playing6-3 playing the previous/next file6-4 recording6-3 rewinding/fast forwarding6-3

volume settings7-9

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Trademarks The Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc... and any use of such marks by HYUNDAI is under license... A Bluetooth Wireless Technology enabled cell phone is required to use Bluetooth Wireless Technology... Bluetooth Wireless Technology phone compatibility can be checked by visiting https://www... hyundaiusa... com/ bluetooth...

Google, Android, Android Auto, and Google Play are registered trademarks of Google LLC... Distracted driving can result in a loss of vehicle control... Never use a handheld device or vehicle system that takes your focus away from safe vehicle operation...

Apple, Apple CarPlay, iPad, iPad mini, iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod touch, iTunes, and Siri are trademarks of Apple Inc... Distracted driving can result in a loss of vehicle control... Never use a handheld device or vehicle system that takes your focus away from safe vehicle operation...

HD Radio Technology is manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corporation... U... S... and Foreign Patents... For patents, see http://patents... dts... com/... HD Radio and the HD, HD Radio, and ARC logos are registered trademarks or trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corporation in the United States and/or other countries...

Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners...

Open Source Information This system contains open source software... To download the open source codes installed on this product developed under GPL, LGPL, Apache, and other open source licenses, please visit http:// en... mobis... co... kr/opensource/list... do... All notified license content, including the source code, is available for download... If you request the open source code of a software mounted on this product by sending an email to [email protected] mobis... co... kr within 3 years of purchasing this product, you will receive it on a CD-ROM or another storage media at a minimal cost, such as the costs of the medium and delivery...

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