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Chevrolet Bolt EUV 2023 Playing from USB User Guide

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Chevrolet Bolt EUV 2023 Playing from a USB User Guide

Playing from a USB

A USB mass storage device can be connected to the USB port.

Audio extensions supported by the USB may include:

  • MP3
  • AAC
  • OGG
  • 3GP

My Media Library
MyMedia is only available when more than one indexed device is connected. It allows access to content from all indexed media sources. MyMedia will show as an available source in the Source page.

USB MP3 Player and USB Devices

The USB MP3 players and USB devices connected must comply with the USB Mass Storage Class specification (USB MSC).

To play a USB device:

  1. Connect the USB.
  2. Touch Audio from the Home Page.
  3.  Select USB device. Use the following when playing an active USB source.
  4. Touch to play the current media source. Touch to pause playback of the current media source.
  5. Touch to seek the beginning of the current or previous track.
  6. Touch and hold to reverse quickly through playback. Release to return to playing speed. Elapsed time displays.
  7. Touch to seek the next track.
  8. Touch and hold to advance quickly through playback. Release to return to playing speed. Elapsed time displays.

Shuffle
Touch the shuffle icon to play music in random order.

USB Sound Menu
See “Infotainment System Sound Menu” under AM-FM Radio 0 119.

USB Browse Menu
When a list of songs, albums, artists, or other types of media displays, the up and down arrows and A-Z appear on the left side. Select A-Z to view a display that will show all letters of the alphabet and select the letter to go to. Touch the up and down arrows to move the list up and down. Touch Browse and the following may display:

Playlists

  1. Touch to view the playlists stored on the USB.
  2. Touch a playlist to view the list of all songs in that playlist.
  3. Touch a song from the list to begin playback Supported playlist extensions are m3u and pls.

Artists

  1. Touch to view the list of artists stored on the USB.
  2. Touch an artist name to view a list of all albums by the artist.
  3. To select a song, touch All Songs or touch an album and then touch a song from the list.

Songs

  1. Touch to display a list of all songs on the USB.
  2. To begin playback, touch a song from the list.

Albums

  1. Touch to view the albums on the USB.
  2. Touch the album to view a list of all songs on the album.
  3. Touch a song from the list to begin playback.

Genres

  1. Touch to view the genres on the USB.
  2. Touch a genre to view a list of artists.
  3. Touch an artist to view albums by that artist.
  4. Touch an album to view songs on the album.
  5. Touch a song to start playback.

Composers

  1. Touch to view the composers on the USB.
  2. Touch a Composer to view a list of albums by that composer.
  3. Touch an album or All Songs to view a list of songs.
  4. Touch a song from the list to begin playback.

Folders

  1. Touch to view the directories on the USB.
  2. Touch a folder to view a list of all files.
  3. Touch a file from the list to begin playback.

Podcasts
Touch to view the podcasts on the connected Apple device and get a list of podcast episodes.

Audiobooks:

  1. Touch to view the audiobooks stored on the Apple device.
  2. Touch an audiobook to get a list of chapters.
  3. Touch the chapter from the list to begin playback.

File System and Naming

File systems supported by the USB may include:

  • FAT32
  • NTFS
  • HFS+

The songs, artists, albums, and genres are taken from the file’s song information and are only displayed if present. The radio displays the file name as the track name if the song information is not available.

Storing and Recalling Media Favorites

To store media favorites, touch Browse to display a list of media types. Touch one of the following Browse options to save a favorite:

Playlists
Touch next to any playlist to store the playlist as a favorite. Touch a saved favorite to recall a favorite playlist. The first song in the playlist begins to play.

Artists 
Touch next to any artist to store the artist as a favorite. Touch a saved favorite to recall a favorite artist. The first song in the artist list begins to play.

Songs
Touch H next to any song to store the song as a favorite. Touch a saved favorite to recall a favorite song.

Albums
Touch H next to any album to store the album as a favorite. Touch a saved favorite to recall a favorite album. The first song in the album list begins to play.

Genres
Touch H next to any genre to store the genre as a favorite. Touch a saved favorite to recall a favorite genre. The first song of the genre begins to play.

Podcasts
Touch H next to any podcast to store the podcast as a favorite. Touch a saved favorite to recall a favorite podcast. The podcast begins to play.

Audiobooks
Touch H next to any audiobook to store the audiobook as a favorite. Touch a saved favorite to recall a favorite audiobook. The first chapter in the audiobook begins to play.

Media Playback and Mute

USB playback will be paused if the system is muted. If the steering wheel mute control is pressed again, playback will resume. If the source is changed while in mute,
playback resumes and audio will unmute.

Bluetooth Audio

Music may be played from a paired Bluetooth device. See Bluetooth (Pairing and Using a Phone) 0 142 or Bluetooth (Overview) 0 141 for help pairing a device. Volume and song selection may be controlled by using the infotainment controls or the mobile device. If Bluetooth is selected and no volume is present, check the volume setting on the infotainment system. Music can be launched by touching Bluetooth from the recent sources list on the left of the display or by touching the More option and then touching the Bluetooth device.

To play music via Bluetooth:

  1. Power on the device, and pair to connect the device.
  2. Once paired, touch Audio from the Home Page, then touch Bluetooth from the recent sources list on the left of the display.

Bluetooth Sound Menu
See “Infotainment System Sound Menu” under AM-FM Radio 0 119.

Manage Bluetooth Devices

From the Home Page:

  1.  Touch Audio.
  2. Touch Devices to add or delete devices.

When touching Bluetooth, the radio may not be able to launch the audio player on the connected device to start playing. When the vehicle is not moving, use the mobile device to begin playback. All devices launch audio differently. When selecting Bluetooth as a source, the radio may show as paused on the display. Press play on the device or touch p on the vehicle display to begin playback. Browse functionality will be provided where supported by the Bluetooth device. This
media content will not be part of the MyMedia source mode. Some smartphones support sending Bluetooth music information to display on the radio. When the radio receives this information, it will check to see if any is available and display it. For more information about supported Bluetooth features, visit your brand website. See Online Account 0 303 for details. See Radio Frequency Statement 0 309.

Navigation

Using the Navigation System
If equipped, launch the Navy application by touching the Favicon on the Home Page or on the shortcut tray near the bottom of the infotainment display.
When the Nave application is launched for the first time, a product walkthrough is available. Use of the feature requires the Terms and Conditions and the Privacy
Statement to be confirmed. If available and signed into a profile, it is also suggested to enable and confirm Predictive Navigation.

Predictive Navigation (If Equipped)

If Predictive Navigation is available and confirmed, this feature learns preferences by remembering where the vehicle has been. It uses the locations and navigation history to personalize routes and results.

Predictive Navigation may learn elements such as:

  • Personalized routes based on preferred streets.
  • Search results that provide best matches at the top of the list.
  • Predictive traffic.

Local map content updating.
Predictive Navigation can also be enabled or disabled at a later time by touching A (Options). While in Options, touch Settings, then Map and Navigation Settings, and then Predictive Navigation. See Settings 0 147.

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After opening the Nave application for the first time, the application will always open in full map view displaying the vehicle’s current location. When the vehicle is
stopped, the search bar will appear along the top of the navigation map view. Manually close the search bar by touching When the vehicle is moving, the } (Search) icon will replace the search bar to maximize the full map view.

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Reference Links

View Full User Guide: Chevrolet Bolt EUV 2023 User

Download Manuals: https://www.chevrolet.com/support/vehicle/manuals-guides

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