Buick LaCrosse: Recording from MP3/WMA 
Discs or USB Storage Devices - Mass Storage Media (MEM) - Audio Players - Infotainment System - Buick LaCrosse Owners ManualBuick LaCrosse: Recording from MP3/WMA Discs or USB Storage Devices

USB Host Support

The USB connector uses the USB standards, 1.1 and 2.0.

USB Supported Devices

• USB Flash Drives
• Portable USB Hard Drives

Recording to MEM

Press REC Current Song or Record Current, then select Record Current Song or Record Current Folder.

The information stored by MEM is titled according to the ID3 tag associated with it.

Re-recording a Previously Recorded Disc

If the disc or track has already been recorded to MEM, the message The Song(s) is Already Recorded displays.

Stopping the Recording

Press REC an MP3/WMA CD or USB storage while recording from an MP3/WMA CD or USB storage device to display the stop recording option. Select Stop Recording Song to MEM.

    Recording from Audio CDs
    The infotainment system can record the current song playing or all songs from an audio CD to MEM. A status bar appears on the top of the display when the recording process starts and disappe ...

    Deleting Tracks from MEM
    Individual tracks and all tracks can be deleted from MEM. To delete individual tracks, press and release the DEL button while the track is playing. To delete all tracks from MEM, press and h ...

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