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PHONE SYSTEM OVERVIEW

WARNING

Make sure the relevant safety warnings have been read and understood before operating the phone features. See PHONE SAFETY.

NOTES

The touchscreen displays the recent call list in the order that the calls were recorded. If this information is not available on the connected phone, the recent call list displays as sent from the phone. Some phones may arrange the list in another order.

NOTES

The system removes duplicate entries of the same call type from the same caller. For example, multiple calls from the same caller are reduced to one call.

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Duplicated icons can be operated on the lower touchscreen when the phone screen is displayed. Further information on the lower touchscreen can be found in the relevant section of the Owner's Handbook. See LOWER TOUCHSCREEN CONTROLS.

The phone system can be operated and viewed via the touchscreen, lower touchscreen, or instrument panel. See TOUCHSCREEN HOME MENU, LOWER TOUCHSCREEN CONTROLS, and INSTRUMENT PANEL MENU.

To access the phone features, a phone must be paired with the vehicle. Further information on pairing a phone can be found in the relevant section of the Owner's Handbook. See PAIRING AND CONNECTING USING THE PHONE.

To access the PHONE screen, touch Phone on the touchscreen's HOME menu. See TOUCHSCREEN HOME MENU.

To access the PHONE screen on the lower touchscreen, swipe left or right, until the PHONE screen displays. If the PHONE screen does not display, setup is required within the lower touchscreen's display settings. See LOWER TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY SETTINGS.

To access the PHONE screen in the instrument panel, press the thumbwheel to activate the instrument panel menu. Using the thumbwheel, scroll through the instrument panel menu. Press the thumbwheel to select Phone. For further information, please refer to the relevant section of the Owner's Handbook. See INSTRUMENT PANEL MENU.

The phone system can also be operated via voice commands. Further information on voice control can be found in the relevant section of the Owner's Handbook. See USING VOICE CONTROL.

Touchscreen phone menu:
  1. Options: Touch to access the following options:

    Voicemail.

    Change phone.

    Auto-reject.

  2. Messages: Touch to display a list of received messages.

    NOTES

    The availability and functionality of Messages depends on the specification of the vehicle and the market in which the vehicle is being used.

  3. Keypad: Touch to access the keypad dialing mode.

  4. Contacts: Touch to view the downloaded contacts.

  5. Recents: Touch to display a list of recently dialed, received, and missed calls. When a call is unanswered or missed, the number is displayed in the top right corner of the Recents soft key.

  6. Feature display: The selected feature is displayed in this area.

  7. End call icon: When a call is in progress, the end call icon is displayed. Press to end the call.

  8. Phone icon: Touch to select the PHONE screen. When the PHONE screen is selected, the icon changes to an active icon. Touch the icon to select an alternative paired phone. Alternatively, when receiving an incoming call, an active green icon displays. Touch to answer the incoming call.

  9. Settings icon: Touch to access the PHONE SETTINGS pop-up menu. Select one of the following options to manage the features: Settings for all phones, Settings for 'name of phone', or Bluetooth settings.

  10. Scroll bar: If more than five features are available, touch the scroll bar or arrows to move up or down the list. Alternatively, swipe the list in the direction required.

Lower touchscreen phone menu:
  1. Auto Reject soft key: Touch to access the auto-reject options.

  2. Voicemail soft key: Touch to access the voicemail options.

  3. Recents soft key: Touch to display a list of recently dialed, received, and missed calls.