Keep all your technology within reach with available Chevrolet MyLink†. Easy to use and comfortably positioned within reach from the driver’s seat, the customizable 7-inch diagonal color touch-screen dynamically displays music playlists and radio features, available navigation and phone calls. You can even have text messages read back to you and respond with a predetermined message. You can even stream mobile apps from your smartphone or device using Bluetooth® wireless technology†. Use Chevrolet MyLink to access your contact list, music playlists or certain mobile apps right on the touch-screen while your smartphone is safely stored away. Chevrolet MyLink organizes and integrates your technology so you enjoy every ride.
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Chevrolet MyLink organizes everything on a 7-inch diagonal, high-resolution color touch-screen that keeps your technology and entertainment accessible in one easy-to-use system. With your contacts, music and more right at your fingertips, your eyes can stay safely on the road ahead. The homepage is even customizable so the most frequently used features are easiest to access.
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Access contact lists, entertainment favorites, answer and make calls and more when you pair compatible smartphones to your Chevrolet MyLink. You can pair up to five devices to the system to accommodate multiple drivers. When a paired phone is in the vehicle, Chevrolet MyLink will automatically recognize the device, and one phone can be used at a time with Bluetooth® streaming audio.† Chevrolet MyLink is compatible with most Bluetooth®-enabled devices. For more information, click here.
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Chevrolet MyLink offers options when it comes to connecting. An easy-to-use USB port† connects your mobile device or music-loaded flash drive right to the MyLink system so you can access playlists, music files and more through the color touch-screen. The USB port can even charge certain mobile devices while they’re connected. Now you can have your own customized soundtrack for every ride.
In addition to making your phone calls hands-free, Bluetooth® streaming audio† makes it possible for you to connect to mobile apps like Pandora® Internet Radio† and Stitcher™ SmartRadio.† Bluetooth streaming audio also accesses your own music files and playlists saved to your phone. Chevrolet MyLink takes all your favorite music and organizes it intuitively right at your fingertips.
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All your favorite songs and playlists can come with you for the ride, even if they’re stored on your mobile device or portable music-loaded flash drive. Just connect the device or hard drive to MyLink using the USB port.† Control music and media through the 7-inch diagonal color touch-screen or with enhanced voice control. With Chevrolet MyLink, it’s easy to control your media and stay entertained while your devices are safely stored away.
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Listen to personalized radio stations you create based on your favorite songs, artists, comedians or composers with the Pandora® mobile app on your compatible smartphone† or mobile device. Create your own stations, or try the hundreds of genre stations. With Chevrolet MyLink, you can access the app right from the color touch-screen or by using voice commands once your smartphone is paired.
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There’s no need to worry about missing your favorite radio broadcasts. With the streaming capabilities of Stitcher™ SmartRadio†, over 5,000 radio shows and podcasts are available on your schedule. You can even access Stitcher SmartRadio on the go with the mobile app on your compatible smartphone†. Just save your favorites and they’ll be updated automatically once available.
Embedded in the Chevrolet MyLink system, Gracenote® helps identify your music. When your device is connected to your Chevrolet MyLink, Gracenote works to immediately index your songs, fill in missing title or artist information and find and display available album art. Gracenote also assigns voice tags, like common nicknames of some of the more famous artists, so you can quickly and easily search for your music using simple voice commands.
Chevrolet MyLink Radio gives you the capability of a smartphone on your radio screen, but it hasn’t forgotten about the classic radio. Whether you’re listening to AM or FM radio or using the available CD player, Chevrolet MyLink keeps it all within reach on the easy-to-use system. Use enhanced voice control by pressing the Push to Talk button on your steering wheel and speaking the name of a station or track. Your Chevrolet MyLink will find the new station or song in an instant, while keep your hands on the wheel.
Enjoy commercial-free music, sports, news, talk, comedy, weather and more with SiriusXM Satellite Radio†, available with a 3-month trial. With the iTunes tagging feature, when you hear a song you like, you can tag it and purchase it later through iTunes. Use the tune select feature and get an alert when your favorite artists or songs are playing on any XM station. Whether you’re making a quick run to the store or you’re on a cross-country road trip, you can enjoy all of your favorite stations and stay entertained at every moment.
Chevrolet MyLink uses Nuance® enhanced voice recognition technology to deliver high-accuracy speech recognition. This enhanced voice control technology lets you use simple voice commands for most of your Chevrolet MyLink features. All you have to do is press the Push to Talk button on your steering wheel and speak a command. Change radio stations, make phone calls and more while you keep your hands safely on the steering wheel.
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Chevrolet is the first vehicle manufacturer to offer Siri Eyes Free† to compatible iPhone® users. Siri lets you take charge with your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road. The system allows limited hands-free interaction for when you need to compose important messages on the go. That way, driving your Chevrolet vehicle can be your main focus. Just be sure you text and drive only with the voice system, and never text on your handheld while driving.
With OnStar® Turn-by-Turn Navigation†, you’ll always get where you need to go. Press the blue OnStar button and you’ll be connected with a friendly advisor in seconds, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Let them know where you’re going and they will find the best route for you to take. The OnStar Advisor will send the turn-by-turn directions straight to your color touch-screen. And if you take a wrong turn or choose a different route, the directions will automatically update and find a new path to your destination. You can experience everything OnStar has to offer through your free six-month trial.
Make smarter decisions when you use SiriusXM Travel Link with your Chevrolet MyLink Radio. Get real-time updates on fuel prices at nearby gas stations and stay one step ahead of the weather with up-to-the-minute reports. You can even check on movie times in the area. You’ll enjoy a standard 3-month trial and get the comfort and convenience of staying in the know.
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Life doesn’t stop when you’re driving. With Chevrolet MyLink you can stay in touch safely with hands-free calling and access to your personal address book. Once you’ve paired your compatible smartphone and address book with Chevrolet MyLink, just tap the Push to Talk button on your steering wheel and simply say who you’d like to call. The enhanced voice recognition technology will get you connected quickly and easily.
With Text Message Alerts,† keeping in touch on the go is now safer and more seamlessly integrated with every drive. When you’re in your vehicle, this convenient feature alerts you when a new text has been received, allows you to listen to messages, view messages (when your vehicle’s not in motion), and reply with a preset message with a compatible smartphone.
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Yes, you can have up to 8 icons, and you control the amount you want to see. If you only want four shown, the other features will be removed from the page. However, no features are being deleted, they will just be accessible by clicking your next homepage.
Yes, Chevrolet MyLink gives you the ability to have multiple homepages; however, just your first one is customizable. This allows you to put everything you need at your fingertips, while features you don’t access as often will be on other pages.
If you customized your homepage, you may have noticed that one or more of your icons are now no longer on the homepage. They’re not missing. Chevrolet MyLink lets you customize your first homepage only. Any features you don’t want on the page for any reason get pushed to your other homepages, which are accessible from your homepage by hitting NEXT on your touch-screen.
We recommend that there be no other files on your device when playing music or downloading any data. Any other files could interfere with the system properly indexing your music. We recommend that your USB thumb drive be formatted before loading music and pictures. Some USB thumb drives have special security or encryption software; this software may prevent the device from being recognized. In addition, the system might not support that format of device.
Chevrolet MyLink supports smartphones and MP3 players that are can be plugged in via the USB port. It also supports many different brands of USB flash drives.
Most Bluetooth phones† work with Chevrolet MyLink†. Older phones may not support all the features of Chevrolet MyLink, but can still allow you to make hands-free calls. You can stream audio from any smartphone that supports Bluetooth Audio Streaming. And you can stream both Pandora® and StitcherTM SmartRadio if you use a smartphone that runs on the Android™ operating system. On BlackBerry® smartphones, you can stream Pandora®.
You can learn how to pair your Bluetooth phone to your Chevrolet MyLink system in this video:
Apple® devices† that are connected through Bluetooth only (USB not connected) will be able to play audio through Bluetooth audio streaming. But you will not be able to access the full menu navigation and voice search feature until you connect the device through USB. When the device is connected with USB and Bluetooth, the Bluetooth Audio feature is disabled.
Chevrolet MyLink can recognize up to five different Bluetooth-enabled devices. It will recognize the devices in the order in which they are listed on screen. If a device listed isn’t in the vehicle, Chevrolet MyLink will recognize this and immediately pair with the device that is in the vehicle.
Chevrolet MyLink stores up to five Bluetooth-enabled devices.† Simply access your settings to see the list of different paired devices. Scroll through the list to find the device you’re looking for. You can also press the Push to Talk button and say, “change phone.”
Chevrolet MyLink supports AVRCP 1.3 profile. This allows you to pair your Bluetooth-enabled device† and see all your song information on your Chevrolet MyLink screen. However, certain devices, like the iPod®/iPhone,® utilize AVRCP 1.0 (iPhone 4S† supports audio information with AVRCP 1.4), and while the music will play over the speakers, information about the current song playing is unable to transfer.
To find out how to listen to Pandora through your Chevrolet MyLink system, view this video:
Yes, Pandora is available at no extra cost. However, if you would like to enjoy an ad-free experience, a Pandora One subscription is available. Visit pandora.com for more information.
Bookmarks are shortcuts to a specific artist or song. Once you add a bookmark, you will be able to access that song or artist through the Pandora audio menu online. Simply scroll through and find the one you’re looking for.
Safety is of the utmost importance when driving a motor vehicle. Therefore, certain features may be inactive when the vehicle is in motion. If this happens, the buttons will turn active again upon putting the vehicle in park.
Currently, the Chevrolet MyLink† system allows you to pull in only the stations that you’ve already created via the web or your smartphone when it is not connected to the Chevrolet MyLink system.
Please make sure the iPhone has the latest Pandora app, the phone is unlocked and no apps are running in the foreground (you can see the home screen).
Ads help Pandora pay the bills. Advertising support for free listener accounts helps cover the costs associated with offering a lot of great music for free. If you would like to enjoy an ad-free experience, a Pandora One subscription is available
For more information on Pandora® Internet Radio, please visit pandora.com.
If you are an OnStar subscriber and use Turn-by-Turn directions, those directions will overlay any active screen on the right-hand side. This means that you may not be able to use the Thumbs-Up/Thumbs-Down icons or see some of the album art while in Turn-by-Turn mode.
Some Stitcher stations may not support certain features, which is why the icons are grayed out or inactive. If you cannot change to the next podcast, you may be at the end of a station list. Select another Stitcher station from the menu to continue listening.
Depending on the quality of your connection, it may take the Chevrolet MyLink† system about 30 seconds; once acquisition is complete, you’re ready to listen to your show.
Yes, a subscription is required. Chevrolet MyLink is just the interface that allows you to access the channels. Most 2013 Chevrolet models come with three standard months of SiriusXM Satellite Radio. For more subscription information and a complete list of channels, click here.
Find out how to connect USB media devices and play your music through Chevrolet MyLink in this video:
Chevrolet MyLink† and Gracenote use song information from the device to fill in the blanks on screen. But Gracenote needs to start somewhere. If the artist and album information is missing from your device, then Gracenote may not find an accurate match to fill in missing information on your screen. Make sure the music on your device is up to date and accurate.
Chevrolet MyLink supports a large variety of song file formats, including MP3, WMA and AAC. It also supports the following playlist files: M3U standard and extended, iTunes, PLS, WAX, ASX and RMP.
No, Chevrolet MyLink only allows you to access music through your connected/paired device. The system has built-in memory, but not a hard drive. The integrated memory is used to store the list of the songs on your connected device. This way, the system will remember the list every time you connect that device.
Make sure your playlists are in the supported format. Your playlist will not work if the music in the list is not on the connected device.
We recommend that there be no other files on your device when playing music or downloading any data. Any other files could interfere with the system properly indexing your music. We recommend that your USB thumb drive† be formatted before loading music and pictures. Some USB thumb drives have special security or encryption software; this software may prevent the device from being recognized. In addition, the system might not support that format of device.
Chevrolet MyLink supports most smartphones and MP3 players that can be plugged in via the USB port. It also supports many different brands of USB flash drives.
The Gracenote More Like This feature uses the music database that is installed in your Chevrolet MyLink system. If a song is released after you purchased your vehicle, it will not be in the music database, so Gracenote cannot create a playlist.
No, Gracenote is technology embedded in the Chevrolet MyLink† system only; it will not fix any missing information on your MP3 player, USB drive or iPod®/iPhone®. However, as long as the information on your device doesn’t change, that information will be in your Chevrolet MyLink system every time you get in your vehicle.
Chevrolet MyLink and Gracenote use song information from the device to fill in the blanks on screen. But Gracenote needs to start somewhere. If the artist and album information is missing, then Gracenote may not find an accurate match to fill in missing information on screen. Make sure your music on your device is up to date and accurate.
Gracenote does its best to fill any voids in your music collection’s information. However, there are even some artists or album covers that Gracenote may not be able to find because information was missing from your music files. If cover art is not available, images of the artist or genre will be displayed in its place.
This is perfectly normal. Once a device is connected, Gracenote starts working immediately to index the song list and assign voice tags. While this process is happening, the Gracenote logo will pop up on the screen, letting you know that the technology is working. The length of the indexing process will depend on the number of songs on your device.
Gracenote assigns digital voice tags so you can access artists, albums and genres just by saying their name. However, some new or less popular artists may not be in the Gracenote database. And there are times when several artists sing different versions of a song or two artists may have the same name. In this instance, Gracenote will show you a list of possible matches. Select the one you want to play.
No. Gracenote is available on the 2012 Volt, 2012 and 2013 Equinox, 2013 Volt, 2013 Cruze, 2013 Camaro and 2013 Malibu and Malibu Eco. It is not available on 2013 Sonic and 2013 Spark.
Chevrolet MyLink† has high-accuracy enhanced voice control technology; however, there are some things that could interfere with the system understanding your command. Highway speeds, open windows and high fan speeds are just some of the possible things that could interfere with Chevrolet MyLink understanding your exact commands. Voice recognition with background noise is extremely challenging. To remedy this, close all windows and reduce the fan speed to a minimum and retry issuing your voice command. If this still doesn’t work, it may be because you’re speaking too soon. Wait for the beep, then pause a brief second before saying your command. This gives the microphone time to open and prepare itself to receive the speech signal.
Because of our speech patterns, sometimes we tend to run a string of numbers together, so they may not be as clear as they need to be. You can greatly increase the accuracy of the number by slowing down and properly enunciating each number. For example you can say, “Dial 5 5 5 1 2 1 2.” If this still does not work, you can use the Digit Dial voice command which allows you to speak numbers one at a time or in groups. For instance, you can say, “Digit Dial” and Chevrolet MyLink will instruct you to enter one number at a time. This is the most accurate way of dialing via enhanced voice control.
To take advantage of all the features Chevrolet MyLink† has to offer, a smartphone running an iOS†, BlackBerry® or AndroidTM platform is required. Most Bluetooth-enabled phones† are compatible with the Chevrolet MyLink system, but some features may be limited.
Find out how to use hands-free calling with Chevrolet MyLink in this video:
Chevrolet MyLink allows you to pair up to five different devices. These can be smartphones or other Bluetooth-enabled phones†, and even such Bluetooth-enabled devices as an iPod® Touch.
The Chevrolet MyLink system has highly accurate voice-recognition software and recognizes a list of many commands as well as most names. However, at times there could still be names or nicknames that the system cannot recognize.
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