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A Quick Guide To The Hyundai Kona Electric Infotainment System

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Car entertainment systems are becoming more sophisticated these days and incorporate many features such as Sat Nav, Apple CarPlay/Android Audio, Climate Control settings as well as Digital Radio.

Now i’m going to introduce you to the infotainment system starting with the buttons below the screen on the left we have the map button a navigation button a custom button the seek and track which change the radio stations or a music file radio button which turns on the radio media which selects whatever media is connected such as bluetooth music and setup button

Which brings up the settings menu near the buttons we have two dials the left hand dial is the power and volume button and the right hand dial is radio frequency as well as tuning zooming in or out while on the maps starting with the radio as you can see there will already be radio stations loaded into the radio you touch the one you want to listen to or push the

Star to favorite the radio station next i’m going to move on to the sat nav here we have the map screen where you can zoom in or out using the right hand dial to set your destinations we will press navigation address select your country and enter your city name or the postcode of where you would like to go once you’ve entered your postcode or town name press

Okay and start gardens this will then navigate guidance to your chosen destination to cancel the route we press stop guidance when you’re on the home screen you can navigate through the home screen sliding your finger left and right and access the map and navigation etc that way the car also comes with hyundai blue link which is an app you would download on your

Phone which would allow you to check the location and charge status of your car as well as putting on your air conditioning if it is connected to a charging point from the home screen if you push the setup button it will bring you up into your settings where you can change the time and also change the sound position you can fade the sound to the back or to the

Left or the right of the vehicle adjust volume levels adjust live dynamics and also adjust your bass your mid and the treble for your radio now we’re going to look at wireless charging and bluetooth connectivity if your phone is wireless charging compatible simply place your phone onto the pad and as you will see the phone step begins to charge when your phone

Is wireless charging if you turn the engine off and open the door the car will give you a polite reminder that your device is left in the wireless charger in order to connect your phone to the system via bluetooth we simply slide through the screen select phone for hands-free and audio you then simply follow the instructions shown on the screen to set up apple

Carplay or android auto connect your charging cable to the usb socket next to the wireless charging pad and connect to your phone you will need a unlucky phone to be able to use apple carplay when the phone is unlocked the car will give you some notifications and then you select either android auto or apple carplay from the menu when you’re on the apple carplay

Or android auto screen you use the notifications button to select the apps that are available for any more questions on using the infotainment system please refer to your owner’s handbook

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A Quick Guide To The Hyundai Kona Electric Infotainment System By SG Petch