SKODA FABIA 2016 3.G / NJ Swing Infotainment System Navigation Manual
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OWNER'S MANUALOWNER'S MANUAL
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This Owner's Manual is provided for the Infotainment Swing (hereinafter re-
ferred to only as a device).
Please read this Owner's Manual carefully, because the operation in accord-
ance with these instructions is a prerequisite for proper use of the unit. 5E0012720DH
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Table of Contents
Important information about this Owner's
Explanations and further information
Device operation and settings
Pair and connect
CAR - vehicle setting
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Important information about this Owner's Manual
This Owner's Manual is valid for the different versions of the Infotainment
Swing (hereinafter referred to only as device). The device may vary in both its
appearance and in the controls arrangement, depending on the vehicle model
in which it is installed.
This Owner's Manual describes all possible device functions without identify-
ing them as special equipment, model variants or market-dependent equip-
ment. Consequently, the device in your vehicle does not need to contain all of
the functions described in this Owner's Manual.
For example, if the vehicle is not factory equipped with the sound system, the
are not displayed in the sound
For information about the device , e.g. with respect to its compatibility with
external devices or the software update, please refer to the following web-
The availability of some features described in this Owner's Manual depends
on the type of external devices (for example, telephone, music player, etc.).
The illustrations in this Owner's Manual are for illustrative purposes only. The
illustrations can differ in minor details from your vehicle; they are only inten-
ded to provide general information.
ŠKODA AUTO pursues a policy of ongoing product and model development
with all vehicles. Changes in terms of supply scope are possible at any time
with regard to design, equipment and technology. The information provided in
this Owner's Manual corresponds to the information available at the time of
Therefore, legal claims cannot be made based on the technical data, illustra-
tions and information contained in this Owner's Manual.
We recommend that the web pages that are referred to in this Owner's Man-
ual are displayed using the classic view. If the web pages are displayed using
the mobile view, they may not contain all necessary information.
Screen texts that appear in this Owner´s Manual may differ slightly depending
on the texts show on the device screen.
Declaration of conformity
ŠKODA AUTO hereby declares that the ŠKODA Infotainment systems meet the
basic requirements and additional provisions of the 1999/5/EC Directive with
reference to radio equipment and telecommunications devices.3Important information about this Owner's Manual
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Explanations and further information
Structure of this Owner´s Manual
The Owner´s Manual is hierarchically divided into the following areas.
■ Main chapters (e.g. Introductory information) - the title of the main chapter is
always shown on the lower right side of the page
■ Chapter (e.g. Equipment overview)
■ Module (for example, Switching the unit on/off)
When searching for information in the Owner´s Manual, we recommend using
the Index at the end of the manual.
Text notes - Short press (e.g. a button) within 1 s
- Long press (e.g. a button) for more than 1 s
Text Symbols®Registered trademark™Registered trademark→Marker to the next operation stepThe text symbol used for the right control dialWARNINGTexts with this symbol draw attention to threats of a serious accident, in-
jury or loss of life .
Texts with this symbol draw attention to the risk of vehicle damage or possible
inoperability of some systems.
Texts with this symbol contain additional information.“Press”“Hold”4Explanations and further information
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profile for the one-sided audio data transmis-
sionACCAdaptive cruise controlAFAlternative frequencies for the current radio stationAMIdentification of the radio-frequency rangeTCSTraction Control of the drive wheelsAVRCPa Bluetooth ®
profile for the operation associated with the
transmission of audio data multimedia functionsBTBluetooth ®
- wireless communication for reception and
transmission of voice and data informationDABDigital radio receptionDRMa system for monitoring or restricting the use of digital me-
dia contentESCElectronic Stability ControlFMIdentification of the radio-frequency rangeID3 tagan additional feature of a music file, which allows for the dis-
play of artist, title, album name, etc.mp3compressed audio formatPINpersonal identification numberPTYType of broadcast programRDSa system for the transmission of additional information for
FM radio receptionSIM carda card for the identification of the mobile network operatorTPIdentification of a traffic information stationUSB MSCa software profile for transferring files between two devices
(sometimes referred to as EMS)VBRvariable bit rate with files that have data compressionVINVehicle identification numberwmacompressed audio format5Abbreviations
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Introduction to the subject
WARNING■Concentrate fully at all times on your driving! As the driver you are fully
responsible for the operation of your vehicle.■
Use the device only so that you have the vehicle fully under control in any
traffic situation, for example, the telephone does not couple or connect,
does not work with the contact list, etc. - risk of accident!
WARNING■ Adjust the volume to ensure that acoustic signals from outside the vehi-
cle, e.g. sirens from emergency vehicles, can be heard at all times.■
High volumes can cause hearing damage.
WARNING■ Never leave a communication device, e.g. mobile phone, audio sources, in
the deployment area of an airbag, on a seat, on the dashboard or any an-
other area, from which it can be thrown during a sudden braking manoeu-
vre, an accident or a collision - risk of injury!■
Never connect or disconnect an external device while driving - risk of ac-
Always route the connection cable of the external device such that is
does not restrict you when driving.
In some countries, some unit features can no longer be selected when the ve-
hicle is running faster than a certain speed. This is not a malfunction, but com-
plies with the national legal regulations.
External devices and applications
The availability of some of the functions described in this Owner´s Manual
depends on the type of device to be connected and the applications installed
On the following pages, check to see if the device is compatible with the selec-
ted mobile phones.
Due to the large number of mobile phones as well as the ongoing develop-
ment of these devices, ŠKODA AUTO cannot always ensure compatibility with
the device unconditionally. It is always recommended to physically check the
function on the associated vehicle, including the ŠKODA Partners, beforehand.
Only those versions of the selected phones will be tested and supported which
originate from the official distribution network. The same also applies to their
firmware and software.
The functions of the mobile phone to be tested may differ from the same type
of mobile phone depending on the specification for the respective country or
the specific service.
Mobile phones with the operating system and in the version available at the
time of these tests will be tested. In this regard, it could be the case that the
functions of a mobile phone may differ with a different operating system ver-
sion compared to the one used with the tested phone.
ŠKODA AUTO can accept no responsibility for the continuous changes made by
the mobile phone manufacturers and application vendors.
The function of some mobile applications may be affected by the quality of the
Internet connection at the respective location.
ŠKODA AUTO does not accept any liability for any damage to the device or ve-
hicle due to the use of incorrect or illegal applications or the improper or unau-
thorized use of mobile phones.6Introductory information
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Description of the device
The device may differ depending on the vehicle model, in which it is installed
in both its appearance and in the arrangement of the controls.
Illustrative device overview
Left control dial for switching the device on and off; volume adjustment
Control dial for calls and confirmations
Radio menu » page 12
Media menu » page 15
Depending on equipment fitted:
▶ Telephone menu » page 20
- Unit settings » page 10
- Sound settings » page 10
12345Depending on equipment fitted:
▶ - Setting the vehicle systems » page 26 (does not apply to Yeti)
▶ - Activating/deactivating the Traffic Monitoring » page 14 (applies
Touchscreen » page 8
SD card slot » page 17
The device is equipped with a touch screen that can be operated by light fin-
ger pressure on the screen surface.
The brightness of the screen can be set
The screen can only be operated by a slight touch of a finger. If there is too
much pressure there is a risk of damage to the screen!■
To protect the screen, you can use a suitable screen protector for touch pads
that does not affect its functionality.
Dirt can be removed from the screen by using a soft cloth and, if necessary,
Current information on the compatibility of external devices can be found on
the following ŠKODAInternet pages.
▶ To display the software information , press the
button, then tap on the
▶ To start the software update , tap on the
function surface in
the displayed menu.
Turn device on/off
To power on/off the device, press
Automatic Power On of the device
If the device was not switched off using the controller prior to switching off
the Ignition, this automatically switches on after the ignition is switched on.
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Automatic Power Off of the device
If the vehicle key is pulled out of the ignition lock while the unit is switched on,
the device will switch off automatically.
If the vehicle is fitted with the starter button, the device will switch off auto-
matically after the engine is switched off and the door is opened.
With the ignition off, the device will automatically turn off after about 30 mi-
The device turns off automatically under certain circumstances. The device in-
forms of this via a text message on the device display.
Adjusting the volume
Every change in volume is displayed on the screen.
To increase the volume , turn the controller clockwise.
reduce volume , turn the controller anticlockwise.
mute , turn the controller to the left to 0.
Press the button.
The following symbol appears in the display when the sound is muted .
If, at the time of muting, sound is played from the source in the media menu,
then the playback is interrupted (pause) 1)
■ High volumes can cause sound resonance in the vehicle.■When changing or connecting an audio source, this may cause sudden
changes in volume. Reduce the volume before changing or connecting an au-
dio source.Device operation and settings
Screen area / screen display
Description of the display » Fig. 2
Status line with time and outdoor temperature information and other in-
Information and the operation of the current menu
Function surfaces of the current menu
Identification of the current menu
Return to the higher-level menu
Open a sub menu of the menu item with the “pop-up window”
Menu item with “Checkbox” ▶ - Function is switched on
▶ - Function is switched off
Scroll symbol - positioning and moving in the menu is possible by moving
fingers on the scroll symbol up or down
▶ Finger touch above the scroll symbol - changes to the next screen im-
▶ Finger touch below the scroll symbol - changes to the next screen down
Does not apply for AUX.
8Device operation and settings