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Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual: Home Page (Radio with Touchscreen)

Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual / Infotainment System / Introduction / Home Page (Radio with Touchscreen)

Touchscreen Buttons

Touchscreen buttons show on the screen when available. When a function is unavailable, the button may gray out. When a function is selected, the button may highlight.

Home Page Features

Chevrolet Spark. Home Page Features


Press to go to the Home Page.


audio: Press to select AM, FM, SiriusXM®
(if equipped), USB/iPod/ Bluetooth Audio, or AUX.

picture & movie: Press to view a
picture, movie, or auxiliary video.

telephone: Press to activate the
phone features (if equipped).

See Bluetooth (Overview) on page 7-19 or Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls) on page 7-21.

smartphone link: Press to listen
to Pandora® (if equipped), Stitcher®, or available application. See Smartphone Link (Overview) on page 7-29 or Smartphone Link (Pandora) on page 7-31 or Smartphone Link (Stitcher) on page 7-33.

settings: Press to access the Personalization
menu. See Vehicle Personalization on page 5-27.

Radio with Touchscreen
VOL (Volume) Press to decrease or increase the volume. (Power) Press and hold to turn the power on or off. (Home Page) Press to go to the Home Page. See Home ...

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