Q: How do you import wallpapers from a USB device?

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How do you import wallpapers from a USB device?

If your Civic is equipped with a multi-information display, you have the ability to change wallpapers on the display. There are several options built into the system, but you can also import your own. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Press the menu button on the steering wheel

  2. Choose customize settings

  3. Choose import wallpaper

  4. Choose display setup

  5. Choose import wallpaper

  6. Press the source button

  7. Connect the USB drive to the adapter

  8. Use the – button to navigate the drive

  9. Press the source button again to save the image you want

  10. Press the menu button when you’re done

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