Honda CR-V: Text Data Display Function - Playing a USB Flash Memory Device (Canadian EX model and EX-L model without 
navigation system) - Features - Honda CR-V Owner's ManualHonda CR-V: Text Data Display Function

Each time you press the TITLE button, the display mode shows you in sequence, the folder name, the file name, the artist name, the album name, the song name, or name off (which turns off the text display).

The display shows up to 16 characters of the selected data. If the text data has more than 16 characters, you will see the first 15 characters and the > indicator in the display. Press and hold the TITLE button until the next 16 characters are shown.

FOLDER SELECTION - To select a different folder, press the button. button or Press the button.

Press the the next folder, and press the button to skip to the next folder, and press the beginning of the previous folder. button to skip to the beginning of the previous folder.

    Connecting a USB Flash Memory Device
    1. Open the upper glove box. 2. Push the release button to release the USB adapter cable. 3. Connect the USB flash memory device to the USB connector correctly and securely. When the ...

    To Change or Select Files
    Use the SKIP button while a USB flash memory device is playing to change files. SKIP - Each time you press the (SKIP +) button, the system skips forward to the beginning of the next file. ...

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