Making the most of the infotainment system onboard your GMC vehicle means leveraging all the different customization options available. Now, we’re taking a look at how to customize the GMC infotainment system using myGMC mobile app and a smartphone.
To customize your GMC infotainment system, first download the myGMC mobile app onto a compatible device, which includes iPhone, Android, or Apple Watch. Then, sign into the myGMC app using your username and password. If you sign in using an email registered with OnStar, you will be able to link your account, and have access to the connected features offered through the app.
With the myGMC app open, and scroll down to the “Remote Personalization: In-Vehicle Apps” option. This option includes a small icon with two horizontal lines, one above the other.
With this option selected, users will have a choice between two buttons – Apps, and Favorites.
Hitting the Apps button will open up a list of apps available for the GMC infotainment dashboard. Select which apps you want to see by hitting the relevant toggle. Alternatively, use the toggle to deselect the apps you don’t want. Once all the apps you want are selected (and undesired apps are unselected), hit the Save Changes button.
The Favorites button allows users to customize their audio selections. The process for this is identical to the apps selection already outlined, with toggles for the list of favorite stations desired. Once the desired apps have been selected, hit the Done button.
That’s it. With the changes made using the myGMC app, users can see the changes reflected in their vehicle by starting the car and logging into their personal profile. From there, all the selected apps will be viewable in the GMC infotainment screen.
Check out the brief instructional video below for an overview of this process.
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