Range Rover Evoque: Connecting a device

Connecting a device
Connecting a device

1. USB/iPod sockets.
2. 3.5 mm AUX socket.
3. Rear media USB/iPod socket.
4. Rear media AV sockets.

Connect the device into the appropriate socket.

Note: Use the cable supplied with your media device to connect to the USB socket.

When an iPod is connected, playback will continue from the point at which it was last playing, provided the iPod battery is in a good state of charge.

When a USB or Bluetooth® device is connected, playback will continue from the point it was last played. If a device is already connected when AUX is selected, playback will continue from the point at which it was last playing.

Please refer to the Ownership section of the Land Rover website at www.landrover.com, for a list of compatible devices.

Note: The Bluetooth® equipped devices listed on Landrover.com, have been tested for compatibility with Land Rover vehicles.
Performance will vary, based on the phone’s software version and battery condition.
Devices are warranted by their manufacturer, not Land Rover.

devices into the Do not plug non-audio devices into the USB port.

Note: A USB hub cannot be used to connect more than one USB device to the audio unit.

Note: Devices connected to the USB ports will be charged, but devices that are fully discharged will not play.

Note: Options such as Repeat and Mix relate to the device currently playing, they will not apply to any subsequent device.

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 Aux input socket

The 3.5mm AUX socket allows additional equipment (e.g. personal stereos MP3 player, hand-held navigation unit, etc.) to be connected to the audio system. The auxiliary power socket, situated next

 Pairing and connecting a bluetooth® media device

For further information on Bluetooth® and device compatibility, see 141, BLUETOOTH® INFORMATION. Using your media device Note: The process of pairing and connecting your media device with the v

 Automatic reconnection

If devices have already been paired and connected, when Bluetooth® is selected from the My music menu, the system will automatically connect to the last used device (a confirmation pop-up appears

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 Using the touch screen

Always run the engine during prolonged use of the touch screen. Failure to do so may discharge the vehicle battery, preventing the engine from starting. Avoid spilling or splashing liquids onto the touch screen. Switching on - Switch on the ignition. - Switch on the touch screen. The mos

 Hdc operation

With HDC engaged, standard descent speed will not exceed 20km/h (12.4mph). While the green warning lamp is continuously illuminated, HDC target speed can be modified using the cruise control steering wheel switches, as follows: - To increase speed, press and hold switch (2) until the green po

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