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Mazda 3 Owners Manual: Operating Tips for iPod

This unit supports playback of music files recorded to an iPod.

iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

The iPod may not be compatible depending on the model or OS version. In this case, an error message is displayed.

CAUTION
  • Remove the iPod when it is not in use. Because the iPod is not designed to withstand excessive changes in temperature inside the cabin, it could be damaged or the battery may deteriorate due to the excessive temperature or humidity inside the cabin if it is left in the vehicle.
  • If data in the iPod is lost while it is connected to the unit, Mazda cannot guarantee recovery of any lost data.
  • If the iPod battery is deteriorated, the iPod may not recharge and playback may not be possible when it is connected to the unit.
  • Be careful not to pinch the iPod connecting cable when opening/closing the center console.
  • For details on using the iPod, refer to the iPod instruction manual.
  • When connecting the iPod to a USB port, all commands are made from the audio unit. iPod control is not possible.

NOTE The audio unit cannot display images or videos stored in an iPod.

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