Range Rover Evoque: Playing a portable device

If you are using a USB mass storage device or approved iPod, you can control playback using the touch screen controls.

If you are using a Bluetooth® device, you can control playback using the touch screen, but some controls are unavailable.

If you are using any portable media device via the AUX socket, then you must control playback from the device itself.

recommend the Land Rover does not recommend the use of a Hard Disc Drive via the USB link while the vehicle is in motion. These devices are not designed for in car use and may be damaged.

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 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 supp

 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

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 Driver/Passenger Door Module (DDM/PDM)

 CAUTION: Diagnosis by substitution from a donor vehicle is NOT acceptable. Substitution of control modules does not guarantee confirmation of a fault, and may also cause additional faults in the vehicle being tested and/or the donor vehicle  NOTES: If the control module or a component

 Before programming

When programming a device that may require you to press and re-press the hand-held transmitter (cycle), unplug the device during the cycling process to prevent possible motor failure. For best results, fit a new battery to the hand-held transmitter of the garage door opener (or other devic

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