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>> [Brian Cooley:] Hey, folks, Brian Cooley here in an Audi Q5 SUV. Going to show you a quick how-to on importing media to the 40-gig hard drive that is available for your use. Now first of all, get to the media selection; that's your button right here, and let's say I'm going to bring it in from an SD card. Put my SD card in which has MP3s on it, hit "import" which is the upper-left button corresponding to the upper-left icon -- yeah, I don't get it either. And now I select my source which, if you aren't already there, you go to your SD. You can select the music you want to bring in -- either everything or you can dive down and start checking things off. And then I go to "start import." The system moves along pretty quickly if you can see how long it takes to bring in a single, typical MP3 track, that's moving along at a pretty good clip. A lot of systems are significantly slower than this. To get to the tracks you've imported you go to "source," upper-right button here, up to "jukebox," that's your hard drive in Audi speak. Now to delete files from the hard drive in the media setting, go back to "source" again if you aren't already on the jukebox, select the jukebox, and in this case, go to the setup button, the physical button over here, it doesn't show up on the screen. Drop down to the bottom, and you can get to "delete jukebox files," and here's where you can pick artists, albums, individual tracks or just blow everything out. That's a quick how-to on how to get things on and off of the hard drive entertainment system on an Audi Q5 or other Audis with the new generation 3 MMI.
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