Phone setting

To set up the Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone

To set up the Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System to your preferred settings, push the SETTING button on the instrument panel and select the “PHONE” key.

Edit Quick Dial

To edit the Quick Dial, use the same procedure as described in “Quick Dial” earlier in this section.

Delete Quick Dial

The Quick Dial entries can be deleted all at the same time or one by one.

Download Phonebook

Download the contacts registered in a Bluetooth ® cellular phone. Availability of this function depends on each cellular phone. The memory downloading procedure from the cellular phone also varies according to each cellular phone.

See cellular phone Owner’s Manual for details.

Volume & Ringtone

The following kinds of phone volume can be set.

Pushing the PHONE button and selecting the “Volume & Ringtone” key can also operate the same settings.

Ringtone/Incoming Call/Outgoing Call
To increase or decrease the volume, select the “Ringtone”, “Incoming Call” or “Outgoing Call” key and adjust it with the multifunction controller.

Automatic Hold
When this function is activated, an incoming phone call is automatically held.

Vehicle Ringtone
When this function is activated, a specific ringtone that is different from the cellular phone will sound when receiving a call.

Auto Download

When this item is activated, the phonebook of a hands-free phone is automatically downloaded at the same time that the hands-free phone is connected.

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