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Q: How do I play a device using USB?

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How do I play a device using USB?

Devices such as iPods and Zunes can be played through the infotainment system using a USB cable: 1. Attach the USB cable to the USB port, which is located in the center console. 2. Plug the other end of the USB cable into your device. 3. Start playing your device. 4. Press the Now Playing button on the home page of the infotainment system. 5. Press the SOURCE button until the USB source is displayed.

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