Q: How do I use the USB memory port?

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How do I use the USB memory port?

You can enjoy music from your favorite portable device through the speakers in the car by using the USB memory.

  1. Push the lid below the radio display.

  2. Open up the cover where you’ll find a connection for a USB cable. Connect your cable to it and the other end to your device.

  3. Turn on the device to access the power of the USB.

  4. Press Media button multiple times until you see USB in the display.

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