Using Softkeys to Control a USB Storage Device or iPod

The five softkeys below the radio display are used to control the functions listed below.

To use the softkeys:

1. Press the first or fifth softkey below the radio display to display the functions listed below, or press the softkey below the function if it is currently displayed.

2. Press the softkey below the tab with the function on it to use that function.

Back: Press the softkey below the Back tab to go back to the main display screen on an iPod, or the root directory on a USB storage device. (Pause): Press the softkey below Back: Press the softkey below the Back tab to go back to the main display screen on an iPod, or the root directory on a USB storage device. to pause the track. The tab appears raised when pause is being used. Press the softkey below Back: Press the softkey below the Back tab to go back to the main display screen on an iPod, or the root directory on a USB storage device. again to resume playback.

Back: Press the softkey below the Back tab to go back to the main display screen on an iPod, or the root directory on a USB storage device.

1. Press the softkey below . (Folder View): Press the softkey below 1. Press the softkey below . to view the contents of the current folder on the USB drive. To browse and select files:
1. Press the softkey below 2. Turn  to scroll through the list of folders..
2. Turn 3. Press  to select the folder. to scroll through the list of folders.
3. Press If there is more than one folder, repeat Steps 1 and 2 until the folder is reached. to select the folder.
If there is more than one folder, repeat Steps 1 and 2 until the folder is reached.
4. Turn 5. Press  to select the file to be played. to scroll through the files in the selected folder.
5. Press To skip through large lists, the five softkeys can be used to navigate in the following order: to select the file to be played.

To skip through large lists, the five softkeys can be used to navigate in the following order:
• First softkey, first item in the list.
• Second softkey, 1% through the list each time the softkey is pressed.
• Third softkey, 5% through the list each time the softkey is pressed.
• Fourth softkey, 10% through the list each time the softkey is pressed.
• Fifth softkey, end of the list.

Files are sorted by: (Music Navigator): Press the softkey below Files are sorted by: to view and select a file on an iPod, using the iPod's menu system.

Files are sorted by:
• Playlists
• Artists
• Albums
• Genres
• Songs
• Composers

To select files:
1. Press the softkey below 2. Turn  to scroll through the list of menus..
2. Turn 3. Press  to select the menu. to scroll through the list of menus.
3. Press 4. Turn  to scroll through the folders or files in the selected menu. to select the menu.
4. Turn 5. Press  to select the file to be played. to scroll through the folders or files in the selected menu.
5. Press To skip through large lists, the five softkeys can be used to navigate in the following order: to select the file to be played.

To skip through large lists, the five softkeys can be used to navigate in the following order:
• First softkey, first item in the list.
• Second softkey, 1% through the list each time the softkey is pressed.
• Third softkey, 5% through the list each time the softkey is pressed.
• Fourth softkey, 10% through the list each time the softkey is pressed.
• Fifth softkey, end of the list.

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