Loading a memory card
The Navigation System contains two MP3 card
– Press the button to open the display page 39,
– Insert the memory card with the label side up (contact
surface down) into the card reader slot fig.39. The
missing corner of the memory card must point to the
front right as seen in the direction of travel fig.40.
– Then push the memory card into the slot until you feel it
click into place. The memory card is flush with the area
around it.I f t h e m e m o r y c a r d h a s b e e n l o a d e d c o r r e c t l y, t h e f o r m a t t e d s t o r a g e
capacity of the card is displayed in the open display. In addition, the
file format “MP3”, or possibly the date carrier name, is displayed if
MP3 audio files have been stored on the card and they can be read
by the MP3 player.
As long as the message “Reading card...Please do not remove”
appears in the display, the memory card must not be removed from
the drive. If the memory card is removed from the drive, there is a
possibility that the data will be destroyed. In this case, the memory
card can no longer be read and must be formatted.
If a memory card has been inserted and not played, the data from
the ID3 tag s are re ad in the b ackground. If you star t playback of the
memory card immediately, the ID3 tag data are displayed for the
track being played.
Use only single-piece SD/MMC memory cards. If you use SD/MMC
adapter cards (multi-piece memory cards), the memory card can
become detached from the adapter as the result of vibration while
driving. There is a possibility that individual pieces may become
stuck in the drive.
Fig. 39 Display open:
Inserting a memory
card.Fig. 40 Display open:
Position of the
SD/MMC card during