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3/9/2021
Playing Music with Model Year 2020 and Newer Indian Motorcycle 7-Inch Ride Command

The following audio sources can be used to play music on a model year 2020 or newer Indian Motorcycle with a Ride Command display:

  • AM/FM radio
  • Weather radio
  • USB audio
  • Bluetooth®

If your vehicle is equipped with Apple CarPlay® read Using Apple Carplay® on Ride Command for information on the CarPlay® system. 

Music Source Selector
Tap the Music Button to access the audio screen.

Music button

Use the source selector button in the top-left corner of the screen to display all available music options. Tap your desired audio source. 

Source options

Note: When a headset is connected to the Ride Command display, the user has the option to toggle between the speaker and the headset for all music sources. 

Audio toggle

The following buttons are displayed for all audio sources: volume up, volume down and mute. 

AM/FM Radio 
Select AM or FM Radio.

Ride Command radio screen

Once radio is selected from the source selector button, the following information will show on the screen for the station that is playing:

  • Frequency
  • Buttons to tune up/down (0.2 MHz for FM, 10 KHz for AM)
  • Scan buttons to skip forward or backward by available stations
  • Scan button
  • Station name (If available)
  • Artist name (If available)
  • Song name (If available)
  • Audio settings (Gear) icon 
  • Signal strength

Along the bottom of the screen are radio presets that can be assigned to your favorite stations. To save a preset, tune to the desired frequency and hold down on the HOLD TO SET button. To replace a preset, tap on the preset you wish to overwrite, tune to the new channel and hold down to reset the preset. 

 Radio Tuner Region   FM, MHz   AM, KHz 
 North America 0.2  10
 South America 0.1 10
 Europe 0.1 9
 Europe 50KHz 0.1 9
 Japan 0.1 9
 Taiwan 0.2 9
 Australia 0.2 9

Weather Radio
To access the Weather Band Radio, press the source selector button in the top-left corner of the screen. Select WEATHER RADIO. 

Weather Radio

Once selected, the center of the screen will display information for the station that is playing, including: 

  • Frequency
  • Station number
  • Audio settings (gear) icon
  • Signal strength

Switch stations by selecting the desired weather station on the bottom of the screen. Available stations vary by geographic location. 

USB Music Playback
To access your USB audio, press the source selector button in the top-left corner of the screen. Select USB/IPOD. From the USB audio port, you can use a USB flash drive with music loaded,or use a lightning cable to plug into your mobile phone. 

Ride Command USB Audio

Once selected, the center of the screen will display information for the song that is playing, including: 

  • Song title
  • Artist 
  • Album name
  • Album artwork (if available)
  • Song progress bar
  • Audio settings (gear) icon
  • Playback controls
  • Repeat (if available)
  • Shuffle (if available) 
  • "Up Next" panel (If available) 

Note: USB music playback requires a USB 2.0 or 3.0 that is exFAT or FAT32 formatted. Audio file types must be in the .mp3 or .wav formats. 

Playback Controls for USB Music
The playback controls available on your Ride Command display include the following: 

  • Previous song
  • Play/pause
  • Next song
  • More menu

To rewind a song, long press the PREVIOUS button until you reach the point you wish to resume playing from. To fast forward through a song, long press the NEXT button until you reach the desired point in the song to resume playing. 

Repeat: There are three repeat options that can be applied to the music you are playing: don't repeat, repeat album/playlist, or repeat song. Repeat song will show a numeral one to the right of the repeat sign. 

Up Next: Tapping UP NEXT on the screen will reveal the play queue in a pop-up window. 

Up Next Pop-Up Menu

The currently playing song will be highlighted. The anchored bottom bar displays remaining play time, the current song's position in the list and the repeat/shuffle controls. To remove a song from the play queue, tap the "x" button. Note: If the last song from the queue is replaying and repeat is OFF, the message "Playing last song" will be displayed as UP NEXT. 

More menu: All available music categories found on the connected USB device appear under the More menu. To access the More menu, press the button shown below. 

More menu

In the pop-up screen, shown below, there are three options to filter music categories.

More menu

1. Artists

  • Album titles are accompanied by cover art when album metadata is available. 
  • Tapping PLAY ALL will play all songs by the selected artist and immediately close the browse panel. 
  • Tapping SHUFFLE will shuffle and play all songs by the selected artist and immediately close the browse panel. 
  • Tapping the three dots "•••" will reveal two options to add all songs by an artist to the play queue. "Play Next" will add the songs next in the queue, and "Play Last" will add the songs to the end of the play queue. 

Play Next or Play Last

2. Artists > Albums

  • All album titles are accompanied by cover art on flash drives that are loaded with album metadata. 
  • Tapping PLAY ALL will play all songs from the selected album and immediately close the browse panel. 
  • Tapping SHUFFLE will shuffle and play all songs on the selected album and immediately close the browse panel. 
  • Tapping the three dots "•••" will reveal two options to add all songs from the album to the play queue. "Play Next" will add the songs next in the queue, and "Play Last" will add the songs to the end of the play queue. 

3. Artists > Albums > Songs

  • Tapping a song title will immediately play it, and all subsequent songs in the album will be queued to play next. 
  • The currently playing song will be indicated by an animated graphic.
  • Tapping the three dots "•••" will reveal two options to add the selected song to the play queue. "Play Next" will add the songs next in the queue, and "Play Last" will add the songs to the end of the play queue. 

Bluetooth® Music
When no phone is connected, the Bluetooth® music screen will display a list of paired devices and the option to add a new device. For information on pairing a Bluetooth® device to your Ride Command display, read Pairing Your Phone to Indian Motorcycle Ride Command

Ride Command Bluetooth Audio

To access Bluetooth® music, press the source selector button in the top-left corner of the screen. Select BLUETOOTH. 

Once selected, the center of the screen will display information for the song that is playing, including: 

  • Source device name
  • Song title
  • Artist
  • Album
  • Song progress bar (if available)
  • Playback controls
  • Audio settings (gear) icon

Note: Some information and playback controls are unavailable when playing music from a streaming service.

If no sound is available after you begin streaming, check the volume on the Bluetooth® (source) device. Turn the volume up to enable the music to play.  

Playback Controls for Bluetooth® Music
The playback controls for Bluetooth® include: 

  • Previous song
  • Play/pause
  • Next song
  • More menu (if available) 

Hand Controls

IMC hand controls

The hand controls on an Indian Motorcycle can be used to control audio playback. 

Media 5-Way UI 3-Way Triggers
5-way button 3-way button IMC trigger buttons
  • Volume up/down
  • Track previous/next
  • Press to mute/pause
  • Long press invokes Push to Talk (Compatible with Siri)
  • Up/down rocker
  • Press to select
  • Left: Back out or screen cycle
  • Right: Select/OK

Media 5-Way Hand Control

5-way button

1. Volume increase
2. Volume decrease
3. Skip to next song
4. Previous song
5. Press to pause/play

3-Way Hand Control

3-way control

1. Screen up
2. Screen down
3. Press to select

Hand Triggers 
Left-hand trigger:

  • Cycle through pages
  • Disconnect/ignore phone call
  • Go back one level

Right-hand trigger: 

  • Answer calls 

Apple CarPlay® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.
Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth Sig, Inc.
iPod® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.