well darn i really wanted the artwork i think the plane black is ugly well what about the speedo in the corner and altitude?If you're looking for the Gracenote music database update, see my blog article. It won't change how the artwork displays, it just updates the database such that if that particular song is playing with a ID# that Gracenote recognizes, it will display the respective artwork. If the phone isn't paired with Connect properly, that may be causing that data not to follow through.
Aha, thanks, you made me look again. I was so used seeing the Jag options, where 'Bluetooth Audio' option is replaced by 'iPod' when I connect my phone. On the Fiat, the Bluetooth connection is always visible, which is what I was selecting. Scrolling down you see the USB - Apple device (as long as it is plugged in of course). Selecting this option does indeed display the artwork embedded in the music file.Actually, no artwork is displayed for XM satellite radio as the app in the firmware is old. It works for HD radio though, if the station broadcasts the Gracenote data. Actually, Gracenote it is supposed to work for analog AM and FM, as well as DAB, but I haven't seen artwork displayed for those modes. European stations must not be on board yet.
Regarding your Jag displaying the artwork embedded in the music files, our systems do that too via USB, but perhaps not via Bluetooth. When you rip your music, that data has to be added by your software; I know Windows Media Player does that.
Thanks for the response tlrominger! Has there ever been any explanation as to why that you or anyone else has seen? My girlfriend had a 2013 Jeep Cherokee and it always showed artwork for anything, Sirius included. It's just bizarre that the "high end Bose" radio choice doesn't have that.All I have ever been able to get album art from is HD radio and any device plugged into the usb ports. Never have seen it over Bluethooth using multiple devices and multiple versions of firmware. Sirius in my area never showed album art either.