2016 Discovery Sport

CONNECTING A MEDIA DEVICE

CAUTION

Read the manufacturer's instructions for any device, before it is connected to the Audio system. Make sure the device is suitable and complies with any instructions regarding connection and operation. Failure to do so may result in damage to the vehicle’s Audio system or the auxiliary device.

Connect the device into the appropriate socket:

  1. SD card slot: Insert the SD card, until it clicks into place.

    NOTES

    The Navigation system, Voice and various telephone features will not function if the SD card is not correctly inserted into the slot.

    The SD card slot should only be used for the SD card supplied for the vehicle to support Navigation, Voice and various telephone features. No other SD cards should be used, because the Media system will not play music, or display saved images from an SD card.

    NOTES

    The installation of any additional content, or the modification of existing content of the SD card supplied for the vehicle, may render the SD card unusable in the Media system.

  2. USB socket.

  3. 3.5 mm AUX socket.

CAUTION

Do not plug non-audio devices into the USB port.

NOTES

There is a USB socket or sockets (depending on vehicle specification), located in the loadspace if third row seats are fitted. These sockets are not connected to the Media system and should only be used for charging a phone or device.

NOTES

Use the cable supplied with your media device to connect to the USB socket.

NOTES

A USB hub cannot be used to connect more than one USB device to the audio unit.

NOTES

Devices connected to the USB ports will be charged, but devices that are fully discharged will not play.

NOTES

In some cases, if an iPhone is connected via a USB cable for music, and also to a Bluetooth® wireless technology device for other phone functions, the audio will stream through only the last connected port. For example, if a Bluetooth® wireless technology device is the last connection made to the iPhone and the USB (iPod) lead is connected, no audio will be heard through the speakers via the USB (iPod) lead. Track title and time information will still be shown on the display. Audio output from the speakers will only be obtained if the user chooses audio mode on the Bluetooth® wireless technology device. To address this issue, disconnect and reconnect your device's USB cable or open the iPod application on the iPhone, select the Bluetooth icon and select Dock Connector on the pop-up.

When an iPod is connected, playback will continue from the point at which it was last playing, provided the iPod's battery is in a good state of charge.

NOTES

Options, such as Repeat and Shuffle, relate to the device currently playing; they will not apply to any subsequent device.

The 3.5 mm AUX socket allows extra equipment (e.g., personal stereos MP3 player, hand-held navigation unit, etc.) to be connected to the Audio system.

NOTES

iPod shuffle may be connected via the AUX socket.