SKODA YETI 2010 1.G / 5L Bolero Car Radio Manual
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Octavia, Yeti anglicky 05.09
1Z0 012 095 EL
CAR RADIO BOLERO
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Škoda Auto pursues a policy of constant product and model development. We trust
that you will understand that changes to models in terms of shape, equipment and
engineering, may be introduced at any time. The information about scope of
delivery, appearance, performances, dimensions, weight, fuel consumption,
standards and functions of the vehicle is only correct at the time of publication.
Certain items of equipment might only be installed later on (information given by
the local authorised Škoda Service Partner) and only envisaged for particular
markets. It is therefore not possible for legal claims to be made based on the data,
illustrations and descriptions contained in this Owner's Manual.Reprinting, reproduction or translation, either in whole or in part, is not permitted
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We reserve the right to make changes to this document.
Issued by: ŠKODA AUTO a.s.
© ŠKODA AUTO a.s. 2009
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General - operation
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Switching the unit on and off
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RADIO selector key
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Range selector key MEDIA
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Range selector key SETUP
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Range selector key PHONE
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2General informationEquipment overview
: Control button for switching the navigation
system on/off (press) and volume control (turn) Setting up button− RADIO mode
- turn for manual station ad
justment; press briefly to
start or stop the au
tomatic play (Scan)
− MEDIA mode
- turn to change track; press briefly to start or stop
the automatic play (Scan) Range selector key
for selecting the corresponding Setup:
- changes over into the
radio mode and changes the
frequency range when in the radio mode −
- changes over to the last pl
ayed media source or selects
a new media source −
- activates the phone function
1) - Muting of the current
audio source −
- TIM function (Traffic Information Memory) recorded traffic
announcements can be replayed
. After entering up to two
different TIM recording times in the
Setup, a recording of
the traffic announcements
is also possible if the unit is switched off
- Switch the traffic information function (Traffic Program) on or
off or interrupt the currently recorded traffic announcement −
- enables setting-up the individually selected field
- opens the sound and volume settings Setup Touchscreen (Touch-screen):
Fields circled in colour on the display
are presently “active” and are op
erated by touching the display
- press briefly to move an inserted CD into the initial
position ready for removal Memory card case
: SD memory cards (“Secure Digital Memory
Cards”), SDHC (“Secure Digital
High Capacity Card”) and MMC
(“Multimedia Cards”) measuring 32 mm x 24 mm x 2.1 mm and with a capacity of up to 32 GB are avai
lable. The case for the memory card
is located under the display.
Explanation of symbols * items of equipment which are marked in such a way are only installed as standard on certain models or are supplied as special equipment. End of a section. The section is continued on the next page.
This Owner's Manual describes the range of fu
nctions at the time of going to press.
The illustrations can differ in minor
details from the version of your unit.
Important informationWarrantyThe equipment warranty terms and conditions also apply for new vehicles. After the expiration of the warranty, a piec
e of equipment in need of repair will be
replaced with a reconditioned, original item with spare part warranty. It is, however, a precondition that the housing has
not been damaged and no unauthorised
attempts have been made
to carry out repairs.
1)Valid for universal Phone preinstallation GSM III and GSM II.A1A2A3
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Damage within the meaning of the warranty
must not be the result of improper
handling of the system or from unprofessi
onal repair attempts. It is also essential
that there is no external damage.Device operationThe unit should only be used, if the traffic situation permits it. The volume settings must be selected in
such a way that audible signals from the
outside, e.g. a Martins horn from utility
vehicles (police cars, ambulances and fire
brigade), can be heard at all times.
Please concentrate fully at
all times on your driving! As the driver you are
fully responsible for road safety. Only use the functions of the radio in such a way that you are always in full contro
l of your vehicle in all traffic situa-
Inserting a second CD while a CD is being ejected can destroy the CD drive in
the unit. Please note that the CD ejecti
on lasts a few seconds after pressing the
. During this time the lock in fron
t of the CD case is open. It is essen-
tial that you wait until the CD has been fully ejected before you try to insert a new CD.•
Press the buttons and the keys of the uni
t gently in order to avoid damaging
them. Gentle pressure on the appropriate key is sufficient to operate the unit. Please note that the control buttons have
predetermined breaking points, in order
to reduce the risk of injury.•
Do not use any pointed or sharp-edged objects to operate the touch-screen.
Slight finger pressure sufficient to oper
ate the equipment. A text in the display,
which cannot be called up by pressing the
button, is therefore not available at that
Using the displayCarefully handle the display because dent
s and scratches can occur through pres-
sure of the finger or contact with sharp objects. The display can be cleaned wi
th a soft cloth and finger marks can be wiped away
with pure alcohol.
Do not use solvent such as turpentine or
petrol as they will corrode the display
surface.Anti-theft protectionAnti-theft codingYour radio is equipped with
a convenience coding. If the radio is being operated for
the first time, the safety code is not only st
ored in the radio but also in the vehicle.
After disconnecting and reconnecting the battery, first of all switch on the ignition and then the radio. If you wish to install the radio in another
vehicle, the safety code must be entered.
In this case, please do not hesitate to co
ntact an authorised Škoda Service Partner
or a Škoda importer. As the unit only functions afte
r entering the safety code, this practically excludes its
use after a theft - a contribution to increased anti-theft safety.
The code is stored in the instrument cluste
r. This ensures that it is automatically
decoded (convenience coding). Manual
input of the code is normally not
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4Enter codeIf a keypad appears after switching
on with the command to enter the
code, the unit can be unlocked by entering the correct four-digit code number. The number of the possible attempts is shown in the second display line. – Press directly a digit from to on the digit block displayed on the
display. 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 display to erase 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 .Code number The code number can only be called up “onl
ine” via the Škoda system, as this guar-
antees 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 entry of the code, the procedure can be repeated
. The number of attempts is shown in the second display line.
If the code number is entered incorrectl
y for the second 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 ignition have been switched on. If two invalid attempts are then made agai
n, the navigation system will be blocked
again for an hour. The cycle - two attempts, blocked for
an hour - will continue to apply.
General - operationThe screen of the unit is a so-called
touch screen (touch-screen). Fields
circled in colour on the touch-screen are presently “active” and are oper-ated by touching the screen. “Function keys” on the screen – Active fields, which call up a function or a Setup, are called “function
– By using the function key you can
change back from each Setup to
the previous Setup.
Moving objects or regulators – Place your finger on the display
of a moving object on the touch-
screen, for example the “sliding regulator” in a “scrollbar”.
– Now move your finger over the touch-screen
The object will follow your movement
s, but can only be moved within
the pre-defined range.
– Lift the finger from the touch-screen at the desired position. – To view the displayed Setup section, move the right sliding regulator
in the scrollbar completely to the bottom.
– Alternatively, you can move the slid
ing regulator on the touch-screen
to the bottom and top by touching the function keys and .
– A sliding regulator in a set-up bar
can alternatively be moved by
“Scrollbar” The vertical bar on the right side of the
display with a sliding regulator between the
arrow keys and is called a “scroll bar”
. It indicates that further Setup entries
become visible if the sliding regulato
r is moved completely to the bottom.
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Display settings In a set-up Setup a set-up or value is infini
tely adjustable. Move the sliding regulator
or press or to change a setting. Press the function key , to take over a changed setting and to switch
back to the initial Setup.
“Pop-up window” A function key with an arrow
behind another function key shows the presently
selected set-up, e.°g. with an . If you press on the function key on the display, a so-called “pop-up window” will open where all the set-up options are displayed. Briefly press the desired set-up option. The pop-up window is closed and the setting you have sele
cted is displayed. To clos
e the pop-up window without
changing the set-up, press the functi
on button in the pop-up window .
“Check box” There is a so-called “check box” in front of a function which can only be switched on or off. A tick in the check box
indicates that the function is switched on, an
empty check box
, indicates that it is switched off.
Briefly press the corresponding func
tion key for switching on or off.
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6Basic settingSwitching the unit 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 swit
ch the unit on again. If the ignition is
switched off, the unit (discharge protection
of the vehicle battery) switches off auto-
matically after approx. one hour. This
process can be repeated as often as
necessary.Audio settingsBy pressing the button you can select the following parameters:•
- Setting of height
, middle and depth;
- Volume ratio (left and right = balance), (front and rear = fader);
- , and * - Switch on
volume, traffic announcements and volume of park distance control signal;•
- Speed dependent volume adaptation;
- Switching on or off the tone signal when storing the radio
stations. Reducing the volume when activating the parking aid (PDC)* If your vehicle is
equipped with “parking aid”,
the volume is automatically
decreased to a pre-defined value, wh
en the “parking aid” is active.
GALA function Your radio increases automatically its volu
me with the increasing vehicle speed. A
higher setting value results in a stronger volume increase.
RADIO selector keySelecting a radio stationCall up main Setup RADIO and choose frequency range – Press the range selector key to call up the
The currently heard radio station is indicated at the top of the display.
– To change the frequency range, press the button or the func-
tion key and on or in the opening pop-up window. The current frequency range is indicated at the top left of the display.
Changing radio station – By pressing the arrow keys on the display of the
you can change to the previous or the following station.
Selecting a radio station from the station list – Press the function key to display all radio stations that can
currently be received. The list “skips” directly to the display of the currently heard radio station.
– Choose the desired station by pressing the respective selection. After
about 20 seconds without operation the image of the station list will close automatically.
Function keys in the Radio main Setup
to - Station keys for storing or calling up a stored radio station. - Button for selecting the desired frequency range.
- opens the list of the presently receivable radio stations. - opens the list of the stored radio stations.
Treble-Mid-BassBalance faderVo lume
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- Button for calling up the automatic
play or for the radio text to fade
- activates manual station finding.
The process of searching for and storing the radio stationsManual search – Turn the Set button in the
main Setup or press on the func-
tion key . The scale of the selected frequency range is inserted in the frequency band in the lower part of the display.
– Briefly press the set button to terminate the manual frequency selec-
tion and to display once again the function keys.
Storing a radio station on a displayed station key – Continue to press one of the six station keys to displayed in
main Setup until a signal tone sounds. The currently heard
radio station is then stored on this station key.
Deleting a radio station from the memory list –In the
main Setup, press the function key to open the
– Press the function key behind the station you wish to delete. – Confirm the following safety interrogation by pressing the function
key to finally remove the st
ation from the memory list.
If the currently heard radio station is already stored in the memory list, the memory space number is displayed behind the
description of the frequency range (
main Setup, to determine which of the six station keys are to
be displayed in the main Setup
Function SCANThe stations of a waveband
can be played briefly one after the other (for
ten seconds). – Press the set button , the radio searches automatically all available
stations of the current waveband.
– Alternatively, press the function key and press in the
opening pop-up window.
– During the current automatic play the function key will change from
– Press the set button or function key again to end the auto-
matic play of the currently heard radio station.
RDS functionsSwitching radio text on and off –In the
main Setup, press on the function key and on in the opening pop-up window. Instead of the six station
keys, the window for displaying the radio text is now opened in the lower half of the display.
– The window for displaying the radio text must fade out again to enable
the station keys to be displayed ag
ain. Briefly press on the display
window of the radio text.
– Alternatively, press the function key and the function key
shown as highlighted in
the opening pop-up window.
System”) serves to transmit program identification and additional
services therefore also enabling automatic tracking of stations. In the event of sufficiently satisfactory reception, the suitable RDS radio stations will display the station name instead of the station frequency.
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8If a radio station sends additional inform
ation via the RDS function while a station
is being stored, it can occur that the name
of the radio station is later displayed
incorrectly in the memory list.Traffic information function– Press on the button , in order to switch the traffic information func-
tion on or off.
The display “
TP” in combination with a station name (e. g. in the station or memory
list), indicates a traffic information station. The operational readiness of the traffic information function is indicated by “
the top right in the display. If no traffic information st
ation can be received becaus
e, for example, radio recep-
tion is interrupted in general, “
” will be displayed instead of “
that car parks, tunnels, high
buildings or mountains can interrupt the radio signal
up to the total loss of reception. Incoming traffic announcement When a traffic announcemen
t is being received, a pop-up window will open.
If you wish to interrupt the transmission
of the traffic announcement, press on the
function key in the pop-up window
. The traffic infor-
mation function remains available and a
following traffic anno
uncement is made
again while the audio mode is in op
eration. Pressing the function key
will switch off the traffic information function permanently.
Traffic information memoryAutomatic recording of traffic reports If the traffic information function is switched on and a traffic information station is received, the incoming
traffic reports will be recorded
, as long as the ignition is
switched on. This way you are
informed at any time of the current traffic situation,
even if you have your radio switched
off for a lengthy period while driving.
If the vehicle is not in use (ignition off) while a traffic information station is received and the traffic information function is sw
itched on, incoming traffic reports from
this station are recorded for two hours. When switching the ignition off the current traffic information station is displayed for about five seconds, from which the ne
xt 65 minutes of traffic reports will be
recorded. During this display of five seco
nds, you can select another traffic infor-
mation station using the arrow keys on
the unit, which will be recorded.
If, when the vehicle is not in use, the rece
ption of the set traffic information station
is too poor because of external influences
, it will automatically search for another
traffic information station. A maximum of nine traffic a
nnouncements with a total length of up to four minutes
can be recorded. The oldest traffic report
will always be overwritten if the memory
is full. TIM recording times You also have the possibility to set two TIM recording times, to which the unit will also record traffic reports when the vehicl
e is not in use. Then the radio starts
according to the set TIM recording time with
the recording of all the incoming traffic
reports on the set traffic information station. For example, when you drive your vehicle to
work everyday at a certain time, only
enter the approximate start time. The radio starts with the recording at the set start time and ends the recording 65 minutes afterwards. In this way, before you begin your journey, you can retrieve the last traf
fic reports and tune into the current traffic
situation of the distance to be driven.
In case of a message of over four minu
tes long, the beginni
ng is overwritten.
If the vehicle has not been used for mo
re than three days, no further traffic
reports are recorded, in order to stop
the vehicle battery from running down.
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