I had it on my Premium until Android Auto was installed. I don't know why it disappeared.I have seen several videos of Volt reviews and they seem to have Pandora as one of the menu choices on the Home menu screen. I don't have that. Am I missing something or does it simply not come on a LT trims?
Your car has apps for gas prices and showtimes? Is that only in 2017?Our one year old 2017 LT has Pandora on the home screen. Car came with Carplay but never has had Android. Pandora on home screen is much more elegant looking than the Carplay version. Have you looked at all three home screens? You'll know when you get to the apps for gas prices and movie showtimes.
Maybe the reason that you have Pandora on the main screen is that your Volt has Navigation, optionally SiriusXM Traffic and Weather subscriber-based service. It may be bundled.My 2017 premier does have Pandora on the screen without any connected phone, along with a second page.
I don't have Navigation or Weather on mine, but I have Pandora. I have XM, but I never subscribed to it as I have a smartphone.Maybe the reason that you have Pandora on the main screen is that your Volt has Navigation, optionally SiriusXM Traffic and Weather subscriber-based service. It may be bundled.
From what I understand, the infotainment system used to have Pandora (in the 2016 model and 2017 prior to CarPlay/AA). Once those options were introduced, Pandora was removed from the stock infotainment system.
Same here. My apps include:Nope, my car has AA/ACP and I still have a standalone Pandora icon on my screen (and it works)...
2016 non-Nav (I have the option for OnStar Nav but I don't pay for it), non-Bose. I have Projection (AA), Pandora, Phone, Text, Nav, and OnStar.Same here. My apps include:
Audio Phone Projection Nav
Settings Energy Pandora Weather
And on page 2:
Text Onstar Traffic
How does this compare to a non-Nav car? Or perhaps one that does not have the Bose audio system?