Hyundai Tucson: iPod® Mode / Using iPod® Mode

Playing/Pausing iPod® Songs

Once an iPod® is connected, the mode will automatically start and begin playing an iPod® song.

While playing, press the button to pause and press button to play.

✽ NOTICE

 iPod®s with unsupported communication protocols may not properly operate in the audio system.

Changing Songs

Press the   key to move to the previous or next song.

✽ NOTICE

Rewinding / Fast-forwarding Songs

While playing, press and hold the  key (over 0.8 seconds) to rewind or fast-forward the current song.

Searching Categories

Turn the TUNE knob left/right to search for the desired category.

Once you find the desired category, press the TUNE knob to select and play.

✽ NOTICE

There are eight categories that can be searched, including Playlists, Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs, Composers, Audiobooks and Podcasts.

Category Menu

Within the iPod® Category menu, you will have access to the  , Home, and features.

1. : Displays the play screen

2. Home : Moves to the iPod® root category screen

3. : Moves to the previous category

✽ NOTICE

Basic Mode Screen
1. Mode Displays currently operating mode. 2. Operation State From Repeat/Random(Shuffle), displays the currently operating function. 3. Song Index Displays the current song/total number of song ...

iPod® Mode Menu
Within this mode, you will have access to the Random(Shuffle), Repeat and List features. Random(Shuffle) Press the  button to play songs in random(Shuffle) order. Each time the button i ...

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