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Clock - Time display on the Infotainment display (with the ignition on and the

Infotainment off)

Yes - Switches the display on

No - Switches the display off

Restore - Reset to factory settings

Press  - Confirmation of the factory settings

Radio menu settings

When the Radio menu is open, press button 



 repeatedly.

The following menu items are displayed in sequence.

TP - Sets the traffic news reception

Yes - Traffic news is being received

No - Traffic news is not being received

Scan - Browse available radio stations

Press  - Start the scan

Instruction - Instruction selection of a radio station

Press  - Start instruction selection

Arrows - Sets the station selection (function of the 

 or 

 button)

Stations - Select from the list of available stations

Presets - Select from the preset buttons

Media menu settings

With the Media menu open, press button 



 repeatedly.

The following menu items are displayed in sequence.

Mix - Switch random play on/off

Off - Switch off

On - Switch on

Repeat - Repeat playback

All - From the current source

Track - Track

Folder - Folder

TP - Sets the traffic news reception

Yes - Traffic news is being received

No - Traffic news is not being received

Radio

Operation

Introduction to the subject

Depending on the vehicle equipment and the Infotainment type, analogue ra-

dio reception of the FM and AM frequency ranges as well as DAB digital radio

reception is possible.

CAUTION

For vehicles with window antennas, do not stick foil or metal coated stickers

to the window - radio signal reception could be affected.

Car parks, tunnels, tall buildings or mountains can interfere with the radio

signal. even causing it to fail completely.

Main menu

Applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen.

Fig. 128 

Radio: Main menu (DAB)

To display the main menu, press button 



.

or: Press the 



 button, then tap on function surface  .

Main menu 

» Fig. 128

The selected radio station (name or frequency)
Radio text (FM) / Description of the group (DAB)
Preset buttons for favourite stations
Choice of radio broadcasting range (FM / AM / DAB)
Choice of storage group for the preferred station

Change the station

List of available stations

A
B
C
D

E

 

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Instruction / semi-automatic station search
Radio text display (DAB) / picture presentation (DAB)
Settings of menu Radio 

» page 101

 or 

» page 106

Information symbol in the status line

Symbol

Meaning



Traffic signal is available



 

Traffic signal is not available

Signal is not available (DAB)

If the displayed station name continuously changes (dynamic text), then it is

possible to fix the current text by holding your finger on the device screen in

the station name area. By holding your finger in the area of the station name

again, the station name is displayed in its entirety again.

Main menu

Applies to Infotainment Blues.

Fig. 129 

Display

Description of the display 

» Fig. 129

The selected broadcasting range
The selected radio station (frequency or identifier)
Status bar

Symbols in the status bar 

C

Symbol

Meaning



Browse radio frequency range instructionly



Browse radio frequency range automatically

 - 

Number of a position (station button) under which the

radio station is stored

A
B
C

Symbol

Meaning

Sound off



A traffic information station is available



No traffic information station is available

Choose broadcasting range

Each broadcasting area has two storage groups - FM1 and FM2 or AM1 and

AM2.

Press the 



 button repeatedly.

Searching for stations and selecting the frequency

Applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen.

Searching for stations

In the main Radio menu, tap the function surface  or  .

Depending on the setting  →Arrow buttons: will set an available station from

the Stations list or a station of the current broadcast range on the Station

buttons.

Selecting the frequency

To display the value of the currently chosen frequency, go to the main Radio

menu and tap the function surface  .

To set the desired frequency value use the slider or the function surfaces 

 in the bottom area of the screen, if necessary, turn the controller  .

Scanning through the stations one after the other (scan)

The function scans through all the available stations in the current frequency

range in succession, for a few seconds each.

To start automatic scanning of the available stations, go to the main Radio

menu and tap on the function surface  Tap on→ Scan .

To end automatic scanning, tap the function surface  .

Searching for stations and selecting the frequency

Applies to Infotainment Blues.

Searching for stations

The Infotainment will automatically search for available radio stations in the

background, which can be selected immediately after the Infotainment is

switched on.

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Press button 

 or 

.

You will switch to the previous or next station.

Semi-automatic station search

Press and hold button 

 or 

.

A search commences in the selected direction and stops at the next station

with sufficient signal strength.

Selecting the frequency

Press button 



  Instruction.

Press button 

 or 

 repeatedly and set the desired value for the frequency

range.

The value of the frequency range changes by 0.1 MHz on the FM band and 9

kHz in the AM band.

Scanning through the stations one after the other (scan)

Press button 



  Scan → 

.

The search starts.
This function plays all the available stations in succession for a few seconds

each.
Pressing the 

 button again ends the search and the current station remains

set.

Selecting a station from the preset list

By pressing the respective button 

 - 

, it changes to the station stored under

the given position in the current storage group (e.g. FM1).

List of available stations

Applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen.

Fig. 130  Example list of available FM/DAB stations

Applies to Infotainment Amundsen

To display the list of available stations of the currently selected broadcasting

range, go to the main Radio menu and tap the function surface  .

To play, tap on the function surface of the desired station.

To sort (FM) the stations in alphabetical order, by group or genre, tap on the

function surface 

A

 

» Fig. 130

 

» 

.

Applies to Infotainment Swing

To display the list of available stations of the currently selected broadcasting

range, go to the main Radio menu and tap the function surface  .

To play, tap on the function surface of the desired station.

To filter the stations based on the program type (e.g. Music, Sport etc.) in the

FM station list (with activated RDS function) and the DAB station list (with

alphabetical sorting of the channel list selected), tap the function surface 

A

» Fig. 130

.

Information symbols

Symbol

Meaning

Radio station, which is stored on a preset button

Currently played station



Traffic information station

(e.g.) 

Type of program being broadcast (FM)

(e.g.) 

Type of regional broadcast (FM)

Signal reception is not available (DAB)

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Symbol

Meaning

The transmitter reception is not secure (DAB) (applies to Info-

tainment Amundsen, Swing)

Stations with image broadcasting (DAB) (does not apply to info-

tainment Swing)

Refresh list

The station list is updated automatically in the FM radio range.
In the AM and DABradio area, the update takes place instructionly by pressing the

function button  

» Fig. 130

.

CAUTION

To sort the stations according to genre, the RDS and AF functions must be

switched on. These functions can be switched on/off in the main Radio menu

in the FM band by tapping the function surface  → Advanced settings.

Preset buttons for your favourite stations

Applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen.

In every broadcasting range, there are station buttons available to store pre-

ferred stations

C

, which are split into groups 

E

 

» Fig. 128

 on page 108.

To save the station currectly being listen to on the main menu Radio, hold

down the desired function surface 

C

 until an acoustic signal sounds.

To save a station in the list of available stations, keep the function surface

of the desired station held down, select the memory group, and then tap the

desired station button.

Presets for preferred stations

Applies to Infotainment Blues.

Storing instructionly

Select a preset group (e.g. FM1).

Press and hold one of the preset buttons 

 - 

.

The station is stored in the selected position.
Storage is confirmed by an acoustic signal and by the display of the station

button number in the status line of the display.

Automatic storage

Press and hold button 



.

In the Infotainment display, the following text appears AutoStore ... and in the

current storage group (e.g. FM1), six radio stations are stored with the stron-

gest signal.

Station logos - Amundsen

In the Infotainment memory, you can store station logos, which are assigned

automatically by the device when stations are stored under preset buttons.

Assigning a station logo automatically

To deactivate/activate, go to the main Radio menu and tap the function sur-

face  → Advanced settings → Autostore station logos .

Assigning a station logo instructionly

In the main Radio menu, tap the function surface  → Station logos.

Tap on an occupied station button and select the data carrier (SD card, USB).

Search for and select the desired station logo on the respective data carrier.

Removing a station logo instructionly

In the main Radio menu, tap the function surface  → Station logos.

Tap on the station button from which you wish to remove a logo.

Note

The following image formats are supported: jpg, gif, png, bmp.

We recommend a resolution of up to 500x500 pixels.

Station logos - Swing

The station button for a preferred station can contain the name and the sta-

tion logo.

Assigning a station logo

In the main Radio menu, tap the function surface  → Station logos.

Tap on an occupied station button and select the data carrier (SD card, USB).

Search for and select the desired station logo on the respective data carrier.

Removing a station logo

In the main Radio menu, tap the function surface  → Station logos.

Tap on the station button from which you wish to remove a logo.

or: Tap the function surface  All areas to delete the logos of all station but-

tons at the same time.

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Confirm/cancel the removal.

Note

The following image formats are supported: jpg, png.

We recommend a resolution of up to 400x240 pixels.

TP Traffic program

Applies to Infotainment Amundsen, Swing

To activate/deactivate traffic monitoring, go to the main Radio menu and

tap on function surface  → Traffic programme (TP).

Applies to Infotainment Blues

To activate/deactivate traffic monitoring, go to the Radio menu and press

button 



  TP  Yes/No.

During a traffic announcement, it is possible to cancel the current announce-

ment or to deactivate traffic monitoring.

Note

If the station that is currently set does not transmit traffic reports or the sig-

nal is not available, then Infotainment automatically searches in the back-

ground for another TP station.

During playback in the Media menu or a station in the AM radio range, traffic

news is received from the previously selected FM radio range.

Media

Operation

Main menu

Applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen.

Fig. 131 

Media: Main menu

To display the main menu, press button 



.

or: Press the 



 button, then tap on function surface  .

Main menu 

» Fig. 131

Information on playing track
Playback timeline with a slider
Select the audio source
Selected audio source / album image / album overview
Depending on the audio source type:

Folder/track list

Multimedia Database

Settings of menu Media 

» page 101

 or 

» page 106

Note

Information concerning the track being played appears on the screen, if it is

stored as a so-called ID3 Tag on the audio source. If no ID3 tag is available, only

the track name is displayed.

The remaining playback time indicated does not correspond to the actual re-

maining playback time for tracks with variable bit rates (VBR).

A
B
C
D

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Main menu

Applies to Infotainment Blues.

Fig. 132 

Display

To display the main menu, press button 



.

Description of the display 

» Fig. 132

Information line
Name of the track being played
Status bar

Select audio source

Press the 



 button again.

The Infotainment only switches between connected audio sources with playa-

ble content.
The Infotainment can detect a maximum of 1024 directories in the connected

audio sources and can play back a maximum of 6500 files. The Infotainment

can play a max 1024 files from a directory.

Adjusting

With the Media menu open, press button 



 

» page 108

.

Symbols in the information line 

A

Symbols in the status bar 

C

A
B
C

Playback control - Amundsen

Function

Action

Play/Pause

Tap 

Plays the current track from the start

Tap  after 3 s from the start of the

track playback

Finger movement to the right in

screen area 

A

 

» Fig. 131

 on page 112

after 3 seconds from the start of the

track playback

Fast-rewind within the track

Hold 

Fast-forward within the track

Hold 

Play the previous track

Tap  within 3 seconds from the

start of the track playback

Finger movement to the right of the

screen area 

A

 

» Fig. 131

 on page 112

within 3 s after the start of the track

playback

Play the next track

Tap 

Moving your finger to the left of the

screen area 

A

 

» Fig. 131

 on page 112

Switch random playback from the cur-

rent album or folder on/off

Tap 

Switch repeat playback from the cur-

rent album or folder on/off

Tap 

Switch repeat playback of specific

track on/off

Tap 

Movement within the track is possible by touching your finger on the timeline

B

 

» Fig. 131

 on page 112.

Playback control - Swing

Function

Action

Play/Pause

Tap 

Play the previous track

Tap  within 3 seconds from the

start of the track playback

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Function

Action

Plays the current track from the start Tap 

 after 3 s from the start of the

track playback

Fast-rewind within the track

Hold 

Fast-forward within the track

Hold 

Play the next track

Tap 

Switch random playback from the cur-

rent album or folder on/off

Tap 

Switch repeat playback from the cur-

rent album or folder on/off

Tap 

Switch repeat playback of specific

track on/off

Tap 

Movement within the track is possible by touching your finger on the timeline

B

 

» Fig. 131

 on page 112.

Playback control - Blues

Function

Action

Play/Pause

Press 

 

Fast-forward within the track

Press and hold 

Fast-rewind within the track

Press and hold 

Plays the current track from the start

Press 

 (3 seconds after

the start of the title play-

back)

Play the previous track

Press 

 (within 3 sec-

onds after the start of

the track playback)

Play the next track

Press 

Change to/to previous folder/play-list of the cur-

rent audio source

a)

Press 

 

Change to/to next folder/play-list of the current

audio source

a)

Press 

 

a)

The function is not supported by Apple devices.

Folder/track list

Applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen.

Fig. 133 

Folder/track list

To display the folder/track list in the Media main menu, tap on the function

surface  (if this display is supported by the currently selected source).

To playback, select a track.

Folder/track list 

» Fig. 133

Selected audio source/audio source folder (move within the folder by tap-

ping the function surface for the folder)
Folder/track playback options
Display of multimedia database (only available in the source directory) (not

applicable to the Infotainment Swing)
Audio source selection
Folder
Playlist

Track currently being played/track playback stopped

The title cannot be played (tapping on the function surface shows the

cause).

Note

In the list, the first 1000 entries (tracks, directories etc.) with the oldest crea-

tion date are displayed.

The scanning speed of the folder/track list depends on the connection speed

and volume of data.

A

B
C

  

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Multimedia database

Applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen.

Fig. 134 

Multimedia database

To display the multimedia database, go to the main Media menu and tap on

the function surface  (if this display is supported by the currently selected

source).

The audio files are sorted by their properties into individual categories 

B

.

To playback, select the category and then the track.

Multimedia Database 

» Fig. 134

Selected audio source/Selected category/Folder of the audio source
Sorting categories
Display of folder/track list (only available in the source directory)
Audio source selection

A
B
C

Audio sources

Introduction to the subject

CAUTION

Do not save any important data or data which has not been backed up on the

connected audio sources. ŠKODA assumes no responsibility for lost or dam-

aged files or connected audio sources.

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.

When connecting an external audio source, the external source information

messages can be displayed. These messages must be observed and, if neces-

sary, confirmed (e.g. enabling data transfer etc).

Note

The national copyright laws that apply in your country must be observed.

SD card

Fig. 135 

Amundsen: Insert the SD card

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Fig. 136  Swing/Blues: Insert the SD card

Inserting

Insert the SD card in the slot in the direction of arrow (with the cut end fac-

ing right), until it “locks into place” 

» Fig. 135

 or 

» Fig. 136

.

Removing

Before removing the SD card, go to the main Media menu and tap function

surface  → Remove safely.

Push down on the inserted SD memory card. The SD card “jumps” into the

eject position.

CAUTION

Do not use an SD card with a broken write protection “slide” - there is a risk

of damage to the SD card reader!

When using an SD card with an adapter, vehicle vibrations might cause the

card to fall out of the adapter.

USB input

Installation location of the USB input and information regarding its use

» page 72

.

At the USB input, an audio source can be connected directly or via a connect-

ing cable.

To connect, insert the USB audio source into the appropriate input.

To disconnect the USB, go to the main Media menu and tap on the function

surface  → Remove safely.

Disconnect the audio source from the corresponding USB input.

Charging a USB audio source

With the ignition, the charging process starts automatically after the USB au-

dio source is connected (applies to audio sources where charging via the USB

connector is possible).
The charging efficiency can differ compared to charging from the usual mains

power supply.
Depending on the type of the connected external device and the frequency of

use, the charging current may not be sufficient to charge the battery of the

connected device.
Some connected audio sources may not recognise that they are being charg-

ed.

CAUTION

USB extension cables or reducers may impair the function of the connected

audio source.

Note

We recommend that you use extension cables from ŠKODA Original Accesso-

ries.

Bluetooth

®

player

Applies to Infotainment Columbus, Amundsen.

The Infotainment system allows you to play back audio files from a connected

Bluetooth

®

 player using the A2DP and AVRCP audio profile.

With the Infotainment system, multiple devices can be paired using Blue-

tooth

®

, but only one of them can be used as a Bluetooth

®

 player.

Connecting/disconnecting

To connect the Bluetooth

®

 player to the Infotainment system, follow the

same instructions as for pairing the Infotainment system with a telephone

» page 124

.

To disconnect the Bluetooth

®

 player, end the connection in the list of paired

external devices 

» page 125

.

Replacing the Bluetooth

®

 player (applies to Infotainment Amundsen)

To replace a Bluetooth

®

 player, which is also connected to the Infotainment

system as a telephone, a corresponding information message will be displayed

on the Infotainment screen.

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End the connection to the currently connected Bluetooth

®

 player and repeat

the pairing procedure 

» page 125

Managing paired external devices.

CAUTION

If an external device is connected to the Infotainment system using Apple

CarPlay or Android Auto, then it cannot be connected using Bluetooth

®

.

WLAN

Applies to Infotainment Amundsen.

The Infotainment system allows you to play audio files from one of the exter-

nal devices connected to the Infotainment WLAN.

Connect an external device that supports the DLNA (Digital Living Network

Alliance), with Infotainment WLAN

» page 131

.

If necessary, start the UPnP application (Universal Plug and Play) in the con-

nected device, which allows playback.

Select the audio source  WLAN .

Supported audio sources and file formats - Amundsen

Supported audio sources

Source

Interface

Type

Specification

File sys-

tem

SD card

SD reader

Standard size

SD, SDHC, SDXC

FAT16

FAT32

exFAT

NTFS

USB

devices

USB 1.x; 2.x

and 3.x or

higher with

support of

USB 2.x

MSC

USB stick;

HDD (without

any special soft-

ware);

USB devices that

support MSC op-

eration

MTP

Devices with the

Android operat-

ing system or

Windows mobile

(mobile phone,

tablet)

Apple

Devices with the

iOS operating

system (iPhone,

iPod, iPad)

Blue-

tooth

®

-

Player

-

-

Bluetooth logs

A2DP and AVRCP

(1.0-1.5)

-

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Supported audio file formats

Codec type

(File formats)

File suffix

Max. bit rate

Maximum

sampling

rate

Playlists

Windows Media

Audio

9 and 10

wma

384 kbit / s

96 kHz

m3u

pls

wpl

m3u8

asx

WAV

wav

Defined by

the format

(approx. 1.5

Mbit/s)

MPEG-1; 2 and 2,5

layer 3

mp3

320 kbit / s

48 kHz

MPEG-2 and 4

aac; mp4;

m4a

FLAC;

Vorbis

flac; ogg

Defined by

the format

(approx. 5.5

Mbit/s)

Audio sources sub-divided into areas using the GPT standards (GUID partition

table) are not supported by Infotainment.
Files that are protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology can-

not be played back by Infotainment.

Supported audio sources and file formats – Swing

Supported audio sources

Source

Interface

Type

Specification

File system

SD card

SD reader

Standard

size

SD, SDHC, SDXC

FAT16

VFAT

FAT32

exFAT

USB

devices

USB 1.x; 2.x

and 3.x or

higher with

support of

USB 2.x

MSC

USB stick;

HDD (without any spe-

cial software);

USB devices that sup-

port MSC operation

MTP

Devices with the An-

droid operating system

or Windows mobile

(mobile phone, tablet)

Apple

Devices with the iOS

operating system

(iPhone, iPod, iPad)

Blue-

tooth

®

-

Player

-

-

Bluetooth logs A2DP

and AVRCP (1.0-1.5)

-

Supported audio file formats

Codec type

(File formats)

File suffix

Max. bit rate

Maximum

sampling

rate

Playlists

Windows Media

Audio 9 and 10

wma

384 kbit / s

96 kHz

m3u

pls

wpl

asx

MPEG-1; 2 and 2,5

(Layer-3)

mp3

320 kbit / s

48 kHz

Audio sources sub-divided into areas using the GPT standards (GUID partition

table) are not supported by Infotainment.
Files that are protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology can-

not be played back by Infotainment.

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Supported audio sources and file formats – Blues

Supported audio sources

Source

Interface

Type

Specification

File system

SD card

SD reader

Standard

size

SD; SDHC

FAT16

VFAT

FAT32

USB

devices

USB 1.x; 2.x

and 3.x or

higher with

support of

USB 2.x

MSC

USB stick;

HDD (without any spe-

cial software);

USB devices that sup-

port MSC operation

MTP

Devices with the An-

droid operating system

or Windows mobile

(mobile phone, tablet)

Apple

Devices with the iOS

operating system

(iPhone, iPod, iPad)

Supported audio file formats

Codec type

(File formats)

File suffix

Max. bit rate

Maximum

sampling

rate

Playlists

Windows Media

Audio 9

wma

384 kbit / s

96 kHz

m3u

pls

wpl

asx

MPEG-1; 2 and 2,5

(Layer-3)

mp3

320 kbit / s

48 kHz

Audio sources sub-divided into areas using the GPT standards (GUID partition

table) are not supported by Infotainment.
Files that are protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology can-

not be played back by Infotainment.

Images

Image viewer

Main menu

Applies to Infotainment Amundsen.

Fig. 137 

Images: Main menu

To display the main menu, press 



, then tap the function surface  .

Main menu 

» Fig. 137

Select the image source

Folder/image list

Display the previous image
Switch on the slideshow
Switch off the slideshow
Display the next image
Menu settings for Images 

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Rotate the image 90° anticlockwise
Rotate the image 90° clockwise
Display the original image size while retaining the aspect ratio
Guidance to GPS coordinates (the display only occurs if the image con-

tains GPS coordinates) (applies to Infotainment Amundsen) 

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Controlling viewed images

Function

Action

Display the next image

Finger movement across the screen to the

left (with initial representation)

Tap 

Display the previous image

Finger movement across the screen to the

right (with initial representation)

Tap 

Increase the image size

Touch the screen with two fingers and pull

apart

Turn the knob  to the right

Reduce the image size

Touch the screen with two fingers and close

together

Turn the knob  to the left

Move the image with an en-

larged display

Drag your finger over the screen in the re-

quired direction

Rotate by 90 °

Touch the screen with two fingers and move

clockwise or anti-clockwise (only available

with initial representation)

Tap  or 

Maximum magnification of dis-

play

Double tap on the screen

Display the original image size

while retaining the aspect ratio

Double tap on the screen again

Press the knob 

CAUTION

Viewing images on the Infotainment screen is not supported by connected Ap-

ple devices.

Supported image file formats and sources

Supported image sources

Source

Type

Specification

File system

SD card

Standard size

SD, SDHC, SDXC

FAT16

VFAT

FAT32

exFAT

NTFS

USB devices

USB stick;

HDD (without

special software)

USB 1.x; 2.x and

3.x or higher with

support of USB

2.x

Supported file formats

Codec type

(File formats)

File suffix

Max. resolution

(Megapixels)

BMP

bmp

4

JP(E)G

jpg; jpeg

4; 64

GIF

gif

4

PNG

png

4

Note

The max. supported image size is 20 MB.

The images sources structured into areas in accordance with the GPT stand-

ards (GUID partition table) are not supported by Infotainment.

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Media Command

Using the system

Introduction to the subject

Applies to Infotainment Amundsen.

Fig. 138 

ŠKODA Media Command appli-

cation

The Media Command function allows you to control the playback of audio files

or videos in up to two tablets that are connected to the Infotainment system

via WLAN in the Infotainment system.
The Media Command function enables operation of tablets with the Android

or iOS operating system.
The prerequisitefor the Media Command function is enabled data transfer, the

application installed in the tablet “ŠKODA Media Command” as well as Info-

tainment control approved using the application 

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“ŠKODA Media Command” application

The application is available in the App Store and Google Play online shops.
After entering the following address into the web browser, the website is

opened with information on the ŠKODA mobile applications.
http://go.skoda.eu/service-app

“ŠKODA Media Command” application

Scan the QR code 

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Connecting a tablet to the Infotainment system

Switch on the Infotainment hotspot (press button 



 and then tap function

surface  → WLAN → Mobile hotspot → Mobile hotspot).

Turn on WLAN in the tablet.

Establish a WLAN connection in the tablet 

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Connecting via

WLAN.

In the tablet, start the “ŠKODA Media Command” application.

CAUTION

If several devices are connected to the Infotainment system by means of

WLAN, there is the danger of WLAN overloading and thus also the inability of

Media Command to function properly.

High-definition video playback (e.g. HD) may cause playback problems or

problems connecting the tablets to the Infotainment system.

Main menu

Fig. 139  One tablet / two tablets

To display the main Media Command menu, press the 



 button, then tap

the function surface  .

Main menu 

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Information on the track being played
Playback timeline with a slider
Playback control
Image from the video being played back
Name of the tablet used/Switch to main menu of two tablets (when icon

displayed )

Increase/decrease the tablet volume

Display of main menu and operation of first tablet (symbol )
Display of main menu and operation of second tablet (symbol )
Playback source selection
Wi-fi settings 

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Selecting the source and controlling playback

To select the playback source, go to the main menu and tap the function

surface  and select the source tablet.

To playback, select the category and then the track.

If two tablets are connected, track playback starts in the two tablets at the

same time.
Playback can be controlled via the Infotainment system or on each tablet, in-

dependently of each other. This means there is an option to play back different

tracks on the tablets at the same time.

Playback control

Function

Action

Play/Pause

Tap 

Plays the current track from the start

Tap 

after 3 s from the start of the track

playback

Play the previous track

Tap 

within 3 seconds from the start of the

track playback

Play the next track

Tap 

Movement within the track is possible by touching your finger on the timeline

B

 

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Note

Some tablet types allow playback of audio files or videos from an SD card in-

serted in the tablet. Playback of these tracks may be limited.

Supported file formats

Type

Format

Operating system

Android

Operating system

iOS

Video

MPEG-4 Part 2

MPEG-4 Part 10

(H264)

XVID

Type

Format

Operating system

Android

Operating system

iOS

Audio

MPEG-1;2 and

2.5

Layer 3 (mp3)

AAC

 (4.1)

M4A

 (4.1)

OGG

FLAC

WAV

 (4.1)

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Telephone

Introductory information

Introduction to the subject

WARNING

The general binding country-specific regulations for operating mobile tele-

phones in the vehicle must be observed.

Telephone

Applies to Infotainment Amundsen.

Fig. 140 

Telephone: Main menu

The Telephone main menu appears when a telephone is connected to the Info-

tainment system.

To display, press the 



 button.

or: Press the 



 button, then tap on function surface  .

Main menu 

» Fig. 140

Name of the main telephone
Preset station buttons for favourite contacts
Choice of storage group for the preferred contacts
Name of the telephone service provider (with active roaming, the symbol

appears before the name )
Symbol of the main telephone 

 (tap to display the list of paired tele-

phones)
Swap the main telephone and the additional telephone
Enter the telephone number

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B
C
D

E

List of contacts
Menu with text messages (SMS)
Call list
Menu settings for Telephone 

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Symbols in the status bar

Signal strength of the telephone service network
Charge status of the telephone battery
Missed call
Current call
Incoming SMS
PIN code of the SIM card was not entered

Telephone

Applies to Infotainment Swing.

Fig. 141 

Telephone: Main menu

The Telephone main menu appears when a telephone is connected to the Info-

tainment system.

To display, press the 



 button.

To display the Telephone main menu if a different menu is displayed, which was

open last, press the 



 button again.

Main menu 

» Fig. 141

Name of the main telephone (tap to display the list of paired telephones)
Preset station buttons for favourite contacts
Choice of storage group for the preferred contacts
Name of the telephone service provider (with active roaming, the sym-

bol appears before the name )

F



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B
C
D

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