Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Overview

The Media Player displays on the touchscreen and is used to play various types of media. You can drag Media Player upward to expand it (allowing you to browse), and downward to minimize it so that just the Miniplayer displays. The convenient Miniplayer, which occupies the least amount of space on the touchscreen, displays what's currently playing and provides only the basic functions associated with what's playing. You can also drag Media Player to display on the left or right side of the touchscreen.

Media Player displays content and options associated with the app (or source) you choose from the app launcher, or from the dropdown list that displays when you maximize Media Player:

NOTE: Media apps vary depending on market region. Some apps described may not be available in your market region, or may be replaced by different ones.

Radio: Choose from a list of available radio stations or touch the numeric keypad to directly tune the radio to a specific frequency. Touch the next or previous arrows to move from one frequency to the next (or previous).

Bluetooth: Play audio from a bluetooth-connected phone or USB device (see Playing Media from Devices).

Streaming: Play the audio streaming service available in your market region (for example, Slacker Radio), if equipped.

Spotify: Play audio available on Spotify.

Caraoke: Sing along with various songs.

TuneIn: Play audio available on TuneIn.

Tidal: Play audio available on Tidal.

NOTE: You can show or hide any media app/source. See Media Settings.

When listening to internet radio or a music streaming service, the options available on the Media Player screen vary depending on what you are listening to. Touch the next (or previous) arrows to play the next (and in some cases previous) available station, episode, or track. You can also play next/previous using the left scroll button on the steering wheel.

Streaming services are available only when a data connection is available (for example, Wi-Fi or Premium Connectivity). For some media services, you can use a default Tesla account. For others, you may need to enter account credentials the first time you use it.

NOTE: Instead of launching a different media app, you can change the source from within the Media Player screen by choosing a source from the dropdown list on the left side.

NOTE: You can use voice commands to adjust media settings and preferences, such as volume control, playing certain songs, or switching the media source (see Voice Commands).


     Volume Controls

    Roll the scroll button on the left side of the steering wheel up or down to increase or decrease volume respectively. The scroll button adjusts the volume for media, voice commands, and phone calls

     Searching Audio Content

    Touch Media Player's magnifying glass icon to search for a particular song, album, artist, podcast, or station. You can also use voice commands to search hands-free (see Voice Commands). Caraok

     Recents and Favorites

    For most source content, recents and favorites display at the top for easy access. To add a currently playing station, podcast, or audio file to your Favorites list, touch the Favorites icon on M


     Radio Regulatory Compliance

    FCC and IC Certification The devices listed above comply with Part 15 of the FCC rules and Industry Canada's license-exempt RSS Standard(s) and EU Directive 2014/53/EU. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference; and 2. This device mu

     Voice Commands

    Use voice commands to easily control settings and preferences without using the touchscreen. You can ask Model Y to do just about anything, such as adjusting climate controls and media preferences. Available commands include most features that are managed by the touchscreen except driving-relat

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