Anti-theft protectionThe anti-theft coding of your radio naviga tion system prevents an operation of the
system after a voltage interruption, e.g. duri ng a vehicle repair or after theft. After
disconnecting the battery, disconnecting th e radio navigation system from the on-
board voltage of the vehicle and after a fuse failure, the code must be entered before
the vehicle can be used again.Enter code– If a keypad appears after switching on with the command to enter the code, the unit can be unlocked by entering the corr ect four-digit code number. The number
of the possible attempts is shown in the bottom screen line.
– Press a digit from to on the digit block displayed on the screen. The digit is accepted in the entry line.
– After a four-digit order has been entered, the group of digits will turn grey (inactive) and no further digits can be accepted in the entry line.
– Press on the screen in order to delete the digits in the entry line from right to left and thereby correct your input, if necessary.
– If the correct code number is displayed in the entry line, press .
The code number can only be called up “onl ine” via the Škoda system, as this guaran-
tees even more effective anti-theft protection. Please contact your authorized Škoda
Service Partner, if necessary.
Incorrect code number
If an incorrect code is confirmed after entr y of the code, the procedure can be repeated
twice . The number of possible attempts is shown in the bottom screen line.
If the code number is entered incorrectly for the third time, the unit will be blocked for
approx. one hour. It is possible to enter again the safety code after one hour has
expired, when the unit and the ig nition have been switched on.
If three invalid attempts are then made ag ain, the radio navigation system will be
blocked again for an hour.
The cycle - three attempts, blocked fo r an hour - will continue to apply.
The code is normally stored in the instrument cluster. This ensures that it is automati-
cally decoded (convenience coding). Ma nual input of the code is normally not
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Operation when driving The demands of today's road traffic require fu ll concentration from all road users at all
Always concentrate fully on your driving. Inattention by the driver can lead
to accidents and injuries.
Do not allow yourself to be distracted by trying to use the unit, concentrate
instead on the traffic situation.
Use the unit only if road, weather and traffic conditions permit and you will
not be distracted.
The various volume settings must be selected in such a way that audible
signals from the outside, such as e.g. a Martins horn from police cars and fire
brigade, can be heard at all times.Note
Depending on the country, some functions of the radio navigation system can no
longer be selected on the screen at certai n speeds. This is not a malfunction, but corre-
sponds to the legal requirements of this particular country.Special functionsPar king aid*
If your vehicle is equi pped with “parking aid” and after it is activated, the distance to
the obstacle is shown on the screen.
If your vehicle is equipped with climatronic, a feedback is received on the screen when
changing the settings.
Your vehicle can be equipped with up to fo ur keys. Individual settings of the unit are
always assigned to the key, which is currentl y inserted in the ignition lock. In practice, this means that each time you use another ve
hicle key, the setting of the unit which is
assigned to the key is carried out.
Switching the system on and off– The system is switched on or of f by pressing the control button .
The last active audio source before switching off is repeated.
If the key is pulled out of the ignition lock while the unit is switched on, the unit will
switch off automatically. You can then switch the unit on again. If the ignition is
switched off, the system switches off automa tically after approx. half an hour (vehicle
battery protection against discharging). Th is process can be repeated as often as
necessary.General - operationThe screen of the unit is a so-called touch screen (touch-screen). Fields circled in
colour on the touch-screen are presently “a ctive” and are operated by touching the
screen. Active fields, which call up a function or a menu, are called “ function buttons”
The following information is displayed in the main menu: the selected radio station (i ts frequency or designation);
activation for the rece ption of traffic reports;
Fig. 1 Menu radio
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