Phone settings

Call

Call

(a name)
If there are entries stored in the Phone Book, a number associated with a name and location can be dialed. See “Phone book registration” in this section to learn how to store entries. When prompted by the system, say the name of the phone book entry to call.

The system acknowledges the name. If there are multiple locations associated with the name, the system asks the user to choose the location.

Once the name and location are confirmed, the system begins the call.

Number
When prompted by the system, speak the number to call.

Redial
Use the Redial command to call the last number of outgoing calls. The system acknowledges the command, repeats the number and begins dialing. If a redial number does not exist, the system announces, “There is no number to redial” and ends the VR session.

Callback
Use the Callback command to call the last number in incoming calls. The system acknowledges the command, repeats the number and begins dialing. If an incoming call number does not exist, the system announces, “There is no number to call back” and ends the VR session.

  Help
The system announces the available commands.

Phonebook

Phonebook

(a name)
Use the name command to seek the name and locations registered in the phonebook in alphabetical order. When the system acknowledges the alphabet the user spoke, the system announces all registered names and locations beginning with that alphabet.

Playback of the list can be stopped at any time by pressing a button on the steering wheel. The system ends the VR session.

List Names
Use the List Names command to hear the names and locations registered in the phonebook. When the system acknowledges the command, the system announces all voicetags registered in the system.

Playback of the list can be stopped at any time by pressing a button on the steering wheel. The system ends the VR session.

Transfer Entry
Use the Transfer Entry command to transfer the phonebook data stored in a cellular phone to the system.

The system acknowledges the command and asks the user to initiate a transfer from the phone handset. The new contact phone number will be transferred from the cellular phone via a Bluetooth® communication link.

The transfer procedure varies according to each cellular phone. See the cellular phone Owner’s Manual for more information. The system repeats the number and prompts the user for the next command. After entering numbers, choose “Store.” The system confirms the name, location and number. The system then asks if the user would like to store another location for the same name. If the user does not wish to store another location, the system ends the VR session.

Delete Entry
Use the Delete Entry command to delete a specific number or all numbers in the phonebook. The system announces the names of the phone numbers already stored in the system. The system then gives the option to delete a specific number or all numbers. Once the user chooses to delete a number or all numbers, the system asks the user to confirm.

Help
The system announces the available commands.

Recent Calls

Recent Calls

Incoming
Use the Incoming command to make a call viewing the list of incoming calls.

Missed
Use the Missed command to make a call viewing the list of missed calls.

Outgoing
Use the Outgoing command to make a call viewing the list of outgoing calls.

Redial
Use the Redial command to dial the last outgoing call.

Callback
Use the Callback command to dial the last incoming call.

Help
The system announces the available commands.

Connect Phone

Connect Phone

Add Phone
Use the Pair Phone command to connect a compatible phone to the Bluetooth® Hands- Free Phone System.

When asked to enter a PIN code to connect a Bluetooth® cellular phone, enter the code “1234”.

The code is always “1234” regardless of the number of phones connected. Up to 5 phones can be connected. If the user tries to connect a sixth phone, the system announces that the user must first delete one phone or replace an existing phone. If the user tries to connect a phone that has already been connected to the vehicle system, the system announces the name that the phone is already using. The connecting procedure will then be cancelled.

The Add Phone command is not available when the vehicle is moving.

Select Phone
Use the Select Phone command to select a phone of lesser priority when two or more phones connected with Bluetooth® Hands- Free Phone System are in the vehicle at the same time.

The system asks the user to name the phone and confirm the selection.

Once the selection is confirmed, the selected phone remains active until the ignition switch is placed in the OFF position or a new phone is selected.

Delete Phone
Use the Delete Phone command to delete a specific phone or all phones from Bluetooth ® Hands-Free Phone System. The system announces the names of the phones already paired with the system and their priority level. The system then gives the option to delete a specific phone, all phones or listen to the list again. Once the user chooses to delete a phone or all phones, the system asks the user to confirm.

NOTE:

When the user deletes a phone, the associated phone book for that phone will also be deleted.

Replace Phone
Use the Replace Phone command to change the priority level of the active phone.

The priority level determines which phone is active when more than one paired Bluetooth ® phone is in the vehicle.

The system states the priority level of the active phone and asks for a new priority level (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).

If the new priority level is already being used for another phone, the two phones will swap priority levels.

For example, if the current priority levels are:

Priority Level 1 = Phone A
Priority Level 2 = Phone B
Priority Level 3 = Phone C

and you change the priority level of Phone C to Level 1, then:

Priority Level 1 = Phone C
 Priority Level 2 = Phone B
Priority Level 3 = Phone A

Bluetooth On/Off
Use the Bluetooth On/Off command to turn on/off Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System.

Help
The system announces the available commands.

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