Steering wheel keypad

Steering wheel keypad  - Getting started - Infotainment - Volvo XC60 Owners Manual - Volvo XC60

Standard steering wheel keypad
Standard steering wheel keypad

1 Left/right arrow keys: A short press moves between preset radio stations or tracks on a disc. Press and hold to search within tracks or to tune to the next/previous strong radio station.

2 Volume.

3 EXIT: Go higher in the menu system, interrupt the current function, reject an incoming phone call or erase any characters entered in the display. Press and hold to go to the highest level in the current menu.

From the highest level in the current menu, press and hold to go to the infotainment system's main menu view (see page 208).

4 Thumb wheel, used to scroll in the menus shown on the display. Press the thumb wheel to e.g., confirm a menu selection or to answer an incoming call on a Bluetoothconnected cell phone.

5 Mute

Steering wheel keypad with voice control button
Steering wheel keypad with voice control button

1 Left/right arrow keys: A short press moves between preset radio stations or tracks on a disc. Press and hold to search within tracks or to tune to the next/previous strong radio station.

2 Volume.

3 EXIT: Go higher in the menu system, interrupt the current function, reject an incoming phone call or erase any characters entered in the display. A long press takes you to the main menu view (see page 208).

4 Thumb wheel, used to scroll in the menus shown on the display. Press the thumb wheel to e.g., confirm a menu selection or to answer an incoming call on a Bluetoothconnected cell phone.

5 Voice control (for operating Bluetooth®- connected cell phones and the optional navigation system)

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