Buick Enclave: Order of Play - MP3 (Radio with CD/DVD) - Audio Players - Infotainment System - Buick Enclave Owner's ManualBuick Enclave: Order of Play

Compressed audio files are accessed in the following order:

► Playlists.

► Files stored in the root directory.

► Files stored in folders in the root directory.

Tracks are played in the following order:

► Play begins from the first track in the first playlist and continues sequentially through all tracks in each playlist. When the last track of the last playlist has played, play continues from the first track of the first playlist.

► Play begins from the first track in the first folder and continues sequentially through all tracks in each folder. When the last track of the last folder has played, play continues from the first track of the first folder.

When play enters a new folder, the display does not automatically show the new folder name unless the folder mode has been chosen as the default display. The new track name displays.

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