Ipod problem

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Please indicate if there is a Citroen CD multi-changer, drawer or cubby under the CD/Radio, if there is the Navigation unit, CD or Radio options.
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I use my ipod through the aux attachment; however, I can only play the artists in alphabetical order :roll: . How do I / can I just select a playlist or an album?? Would be grateful to hear any solutions - or if I am doing something wrong? Many thanks :(
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suzeetee66 wrote: Sun Jan 19, 2014 12:21 pm I use my ipod through the aux attachment; however, I can only play the artists in alphabetical order :roll: . How do I / can I just select a playlist or an album?? Would be grateful to hear any solutions - or if I am doing something wrong? Many thanks :(
Hi suzeetee66

The manual says, when using a USB lead the control of tracks is by the car audio system.
The classifications available are those of the portable device connected (artists / albums / genres / playlists / audiobooks / podcasts).
The default classification used is by artist. To modify the classification used, return to the first level of the menu then select the desired
classification (playlists for example) and confirm to go down through the menu to the desired track.
The "Shuffle tracks" mode on an iPod ® corresponds to the "Random" mode on the audio system.
The "Shuffle albums" mode on an iPod ® corresponds to the "Random all" on the audio system.
"Shuffle tracks" is restored by default on each connection.

If you are using an aux lead, then control is by the music player itself (not the car) and the music player/phone should have some manufacturer support on how to use it.
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