Tesla Model 3 Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model 3: Favorites and Recents

For most source content, your favorites display at the top of Media Player's expanded view for easy access.

To add a currently playing station,
podcast, or audio file to your Favorites list, touch the Favorites icon on Miniplayer.

To remove an item as a favorite,
touch the highlighted Favorites icon on Miniplayer. You can also remove multiple favorites by expanding Miniplayer one level to show all favorites for the applicable type of source content. Then press and hold any favorite. An X appears on all favorites and you can then touch the X to remove it from your Favorites list.

To see selections that you have recently played, scroll up one level from Miniplayer and touch Recent. Your recently played selections are updated continuously so you don't need to remove them.

Note: Selections you play on FM radio are not included in your Recent list.

Playing Media from Devices

You can play audio files from a
Bluetooth-connected device (like a phone) or a USB-connected flash drive. When you connect a Bluetooth-capable device, the name of the device displays when you choose the Phone source.

When you connect a USB flash drive, Media Player displays the driver's source content.

To play the next song in a selected playlist or album, touch the previous or next arrows on Miniplayer. You can also shuffle tracks in a playlist or repeat a playlist or track using the shuffle/repeat icons (if available).

USB Connected Flash Drives

Connect a flash drive to a front USB connection. Touch Media Player > USB, and then touch the name of the folder that contains the song you want to play. After you display the contents of a folder on the USB connected flash drive, you can touch any song in the list to play it. Or use the previous and next arrows in Miniplayer to scroll through your songs.

Note: To play media from a USB connection, Model 3 recognizes flash drives only. You can play media from other types of devices (such as an iPod) by connecting the device using Bluetooth.

Note: Media Player supports USB flash drives with FAT32 formatting (NTFS and exFAT are not currently supported).

Note: Use a USB connection located at the front of the center console. The USB connections at the rear of the console are for charging only.

Bluetooth Connected Devices

If you have a Bluetooth-capable device such as a phone that is paired and connected to Model 3, you can play audio files stored on it and you can stream music from it. Choose Media Player's Phone source, then touch the name of your Bluetooth-connected device, and then touch CONNECT.

Your Bluetooth device begins playing the audio file that is currently active on your device, and Media Player displays the Miniplayer view. If no audio file is playing on your device, use your device to choose the audio file you want to listen to. When the chosen file begins to play, you can then use Miniplayer's next and previous icons to play other tracks.

Note: To play media from a Bluetoothconnected device, ensure that access to the device's media is turned on

Audio Settings

Press the equalizer icon at the
bottom corner of Media Player to access audio settings for tone and balance. Other settings may be available based on your vehicle features and market region. For example, if equipped with the partial premium interior, you can turn immersive sound on or off, whereas if equipped with the full premium interior, you can choose between Standard, High, and Off.

To adjust any of the five frequency bands (Bass, Bass/Mid, Mid, Mid/Treble, and Treble) drag the corresponding slider up or down the decibel (dB) bar.

To adjust balance, touch Balance and drag the center circle of the cross bars to the location in Model 3 where you want to focus the sound.

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