Range Rover Evoque: Touch screen

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 Touch screen overview

Note: Physical controls are referred to as hard keys. Virtual buttons on the touch screen are referred to as soft keys. Screen options will vary depending on vehicle specification and set-up. T

 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

 Touch screen display icons

Some touch screen display icons are displayed on subsequent screens and may not all be displayed at the same time, e.g. Back soft key: Touch to return to the previous screen displayed.

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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 to the auxiliary jack, can be used to power or charge any suitable device. Note: iPod shuffle may

 How it works

Viewing angles for driver and front seat passenger are such that neither can view the full display that the other is viewing. However, there is an optimum viewing angle of 30 degrees where no cross over of images can be perceived. From this point, the closer to screen centre or screen side edg

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