How Do You Copy a Song to a Kia Jukebox?

by Andy Warycka
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Korean auto manufacturer Kia’s in-car infotainment system, known as UVO, gives you quick and easy access to a variety of features from navigation to music, including uploading your own music to the system’s built-in Jukebox. While you can stream songs directly from your phone or other portable music player or play them from an MP3 CD, sometimes it’s more convenient to have them stored locally on the Jukebox.

Step 1

Connect the USB device or insert the CD containing the song.

Step 2

Play the song you wish to copy to the Jukebox.

Press the “Copy” button at the bottom of the screen to copy the current song to the Jukebox.

Step 1

Connect the USB device or insert the CD containing the songs.

Step 2

Press the “Menu” button on the bottom of the screen.

Step 3

Touch the songs you want to copy to the Jukebox. Use the up and down arrows to scroll through the list. Alternately, you can press the “Select All” button to select all of the songs on the list.

Press the “Copy” button once you have selected your songs to transfer them to the Jukebox.


  • Don’t plug in a USB device before turning on the car’s ignition, as the device could be damaged. Once the ignition is on, the device may be safely plugged in.
  • Not all USB devices are compatible with the UVO system.
  • Files that are locked using digital rights management (DRM) are not supported.


  • The UVO system is capable of playing music files in either MP3 or WMA format.
  • Songs may be transferred from either a USB device or from a CD.
  • To transfer from CD the songs must be in MP3 or WMA format, not an audio CD.


Photo Credits

  • Spencer Platt/Getty Images News/Getty Images

About the Author

Andy Warycka has been writing professionally since 2009. His work has appeared on sites such as,, and other top online properties. He owns a photography business, and holds an Associate of Applied Science in photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

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