Using a Bluetooth® phone

1 Device name

1 Device name
2 Bluetooth® connection sta- tus
3 Character deletion
4 Make a call

To display the screen shown above, press on the or steering wheel. on the steering wheel.

Registering a Bluetooth® phone

You can register up to 5 phones in the system.

Display the “Phone” screen.

Touch “Yes”.

Touch “Yes”.

If 5 Bluetooth® devices have already been registered, a regis- tered device needs to be deleted.

Input the passcode displayed on

Input the passcode displayed on the screen into your phone.

For the operation of the phone, see the manual that comes with your cellular phone.

A passcode is not required for SSP (Secure Simple Pairing) compatible Bluetooth® phones.

Depending on the type of Blue- tooth® phone being connected, a message confirming registra- tion may be displayed on the Bluetooth® phone’s screen.

Respond and operate the Blue- tooth® phone according to the confirmation message.

If you want to cancel it, touch “Cancel”.

If a completion message is displayed, registration is complete.

If an error message is displayed, follow the guidance on the screen to try again.

Bluetooth® phone connection

There are two connection methods available — automatic and manual.

Automatic

When you register your phone,

When you register your phone, auto connection will be acti- vated. Always set it to this mode and leave the Bluetooth® phone on the place where con- nection can be established.

When the “ENGINE START STOP” switch is turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode, the system will search for a nearby cellular phone you have registered. The system will connect with the phone that was last connected, if it is nearby.

When “Display Phone Status” is set to “On”, the connection status is displayed.

Manual

When the auto connection has failed or “Bluetooth* Power” is turned off, you must connect Bluetooth® manually.

Display the “Phone” screen. (→

Touch “Connect Phone”.

Touch “Connect Phone”.

Touch the screen button corre-

Touch the screen button corre- sponding to the desired phone connection.

When the cellular phone’s device name has not been able to be obtained, “Device 1” to “Device 5” will be displayed in the order the phones were regis- tered.

This screen is displayed.

This screen is displayed.

If a completion message is dis- played, connection is complete.

*:Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG. Inc.

- Reconnecting to the Bluetooth® phone
If the system cannot connect due to poor signal strength with the “ENGINE START STOP” switch in ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode, the sys- tem will automatically attempt to reconnect.

If the phone is turned off, the system will not attempt to reconnect. In this case, it must be connected manually, or the phone must be re-selected or re- entered.

- Connecting the phone while Bluetooth® audio is playing
l Bluetooth® audio will stop temporarily.
l It may take time to connect.

- Connecting the phone while another Bluetooth® device is connected When another Bluetooth® device is currently connected, a confirmation message will be displayed. To disconnect the Bluetooth® device, touch “Yes”.

- Connecting the phone while 5 Bluetooth® devices have already been regis- tered
When 5 Bluetooth® devices have already been registered, a registered device needs to be deleted. Touch “Yes” to delete one or more.

Touch the device to be deleted, then touch “Remove”, and “Yes”.

- If the Bluetooth® phone has a Bluetooth® audio function
When the Bluetooth® phone to be registered has a Bluetooth® audio func- tion, this audio function will be registered automatically at the same time and confirmation message may be displayed. If this screen is displayed, touch “Yes” to connect the audio function or touch “No” to cancel the con- nection.

Making a call

Once the Bluetooth® phone is registered, you can make a call using the following procedure:

- Dialing

Display the “Phone” screen.

Input the phone number.

Input the phone number.

To delete the inputted phone number, touch Touch.

or pressTouch on the steering wheel. or press n Dialing from the phonebook on the steering wheel.

n Dialing from the phonebook You can dial a number from the phonebook data imported from your cellular phone. The system has one phonebook for each phone. Up to 1000 entries may be stored in each phonebook.

Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone” screen.

Choose the desired data to call

Choose the desired data to call from the list.

Choose the number and then

Choose the number and then touch on or press the steering wheel. on the steering wheel.

- When the phonebook is empty
If your cellular phone is neither PBAP nor OPP compatible, the phonebook cannot be transferred.

Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone” screen.

PBAP compatible models

Touch “Yes”.

Touch “Yes”.

PBAP incompatible but OPP compatible models

Touch “Transfer”.

Touch “Transfer”.

Transfer the phonebook data to

Transfer the phonebook data to the system using the Blue- tooth® phone.

This screen appears while trans- ferring. To cancel this function, touch “Cancel”.

Depending on the type of cellu- lar phone, OBEX authentication may be required when transfer- ring phonebook data. Enter “1234” into the Bluetooth® phone.

When the data transfer from a

When the data transfer from a PBAP incompatible but OPP compatible model is complete, “Done” will appear on the screen. Touch “Done”.

- Calling using speed dial
You can make a call using numbers registered from the phone- book.

Touch “Speed Dials” on theDisplay the “Phone” screen.

“Phone” screen.Touch “Speed Dials” on the “Phone” screen.

Touch the desired tab and

Touch the desired tab and choose the desired number to make a call.

- Dialing from history
You can call using the call history which has the 4 functions below.

“All”: all the numbers below which were memorized “Missed”: calls which you missed “Incoming”: calls which you received “Outgoing”: numbers which you called You can call using the 25 most recently called numbers shown by “All” tab while driving.

Touch “Call History” on theDisplay the “Phone” screen.

“Phone” screen.Touch “Call History” on the “Phone” screen.

Touch the desired tab and

Touch the desired tab and choose the desired data from the list.

Touch  or press

Touch on or press the steering wheel. on the steering wheel.

- Calling using voice recognition
You can call by giving a voice command.

Talk switch

Talk switch
A Without dynamic radar cruise control
B With dynamic radar cruise control

The “Call <name> <type>” and “Dial <number>” operating proce- dures are explained here. Other operating procedures are also simi- lar.

l Calling by name
You can call by giving a name registered in the phonebook.

orPress . or .

Following the system guidance,

Following the system guidance, wait for the beep and then after saying “Call” say the desired name, or the name and type of phone.

wait for the beep and thenFollowing the system guidance, wait for the beep and then say “Dial”. (You can also call by pressing steering wheel.)on the steering wheel.)

l Calling by dial number
You can call by giving a phone number

orPress . or .

Following the system guidance,

Following the system guidance, wait for the beep and then after saying “Dial” say the phone number.

wait for the beep and thenFollowing the system guidance, wait for the beep and then say “Dial”. (You can also call by pressing steering wheel.) on the steering wheel.)

- Calling using SMS/MMS message
You can call using the SMS (Short Message Service)/MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) message sender’s phone num- ber.

Display the “Phone” screen.

Touch “Messages”.

Touch “Messages”.

When “Message Transfer” is set to “Off”, a confirmation screen will be displayed. Touch “Yes”.

touch the desiredTouch the “SMS/MMS” tab and then touch the desired received message from the list.

The tab display may vary depending on the type of cellular phone.

or pressTouch on the steering wheel.or press - Calling using POI on the steering wheel.

- Calling using POI
You can make a call using a Point Of Interest.

- Call history list
l If you make a call to or receive a call from a number registered in the phone book, the name is displayed in the call history.
l If you make multiple calls to the same number, only the last call made is displayed in the call history.
l Number-withheld calls are also memorized in the system.

- When driving
The functions “Dialing”, “Dialing from the phonebook”, and “Dialing from history” (except for call using the 25 most recently called numbers shown by “All” tab) are unavailable.

- When calling by registered name in the phonebook
l When “Call <name> <type>” on the “Shortcut Menu” screen is dimmed, the phonebook’s voice command recognition cannot be used. Check the Bluetooth® connection and if the contacts have been transferred to the system.
l Short or abbreviated names in the phonebook may not be recognized.

Change names in the phonebook to full names.
l Sometimes a voice recognition result confirmation screen will be dis- played. After confirming the result, say “Yes” or “No”.
l When the system recognizes multiple names from the phonebook, a name candidate list will be displayed on the screen. If the desired name is not displayed on the top of the screen, say the number of the name from the candidate list (number 1 and number 2) to select a name from the candidate list.
l When a contact has multiple phone numbers registered in the phone- book, a candidate list will be displayed. If the desired phone number is not displayed on the top of the screen, say the number of the desired phone number from the candidate list (number 1 and number 2) to select a phone number from the candidate list.

- When calling by phone number
l Say the phone number one digit at a time. For example, if the phone number is 2345678, say “two three four five six seven eight”.
l The system can recognize the following types of phone numbers: • 3 digit numbers (911, 411, 611)
• 7 digit numbers (Local phone numbers)
• 10 digit numbers (Area code + Local phone number)
• 11 digit phone numbers (1 + Area code + Local phone number)

l As the system cannot recognize additional numbers, say the complete number without stopping.
l When the system recognizes multiple phone numbers, a phone number candidate list will be displayed on the screen. If the desired phone num- ber is not displayed on the top of the screen, say the number of the desired phone number from the candidate list (number 1 and number 2) to select a phone number from the candidate list - International calls
To dial a phone number that is not a 3, 7, 10 or 11 digit number, for example an international number, use “International Call”.

orPress on the steering wheel to display or the “Shortcut on the steering wheel to display the “Shortcut Menu” screen and saying “Main menu” or touch “Main Menu”.

Say “International call”.Say “Use a phone”.

Up to 24 digits can be recognized when using the international call function.Say “International call”.

Up to 24 digits can be recognized when using the international call function.

The number can also be divided into multiple groups and recognized.

You may not be able to make international calls, depending on the cellular phone in use.

- Calling by using the latest call history item
on the steering wheel to display the Press “Phone” screen.on the steering wheel to display the “Phone” screen.

on the steering wheel to display Press the “Call History” on the steering wheel to display the “Call History” screen.

on the steering wheel to select the Press most recent number on the steering wheel to select the most recent number in the history.

or press Touch on the steering wheel. or press on the steering wheel.

- To cancel voice recognition
l Press and hold on the steering wheel. or l Touch “Cancel”. on the steering wheel.
l Touch “Cancel”.

- When using voice recognition
Use correct commands and speak clearly, otherwise the system may not cor- rectly recognize the command. Wind or other noises may also cause the sys- tem not to recognize the desired command.

Receiving a call

When a call is received, the following screen is displayed together with a sound.

Touch  or press

Touch on or press the steering wheel. on the steering wheel.

- To refuse a call
Touch on the steering wheel.or  press on the steering wheel.

- To adjust the incoming call volume
Touch “-” or “+”, turn the “PWR•VOL” knob, or use the volume switch on the steering wheel.

- International calls
Received international calls may not be displayed correctly depending on the cellular phone in use.

Speaking on the phone

The following screen is displayed when speaking on the phone.

- To adjust the incoming call volume

- To adjust the incoming call volume
Touch “-” or “+”, turn the “PWR•VOL” knob, or use the volume switch on the steering wheel.

- To prevent the other party from hearing your voice
Touch “Mute”.

- Inputting tones
When using phone services such as an answering service or a bank, you can store phone numbers and code numbers in the phonebook.

Touch “0-9” on the “Call” screen.

Input the number.

Input the number.

If repeated tone symbols* are stored in the phonebook, “Send” and “Clear” are dis- played on the right side of the screen.

*:Repeated tone symbols are symbols or numbers displayed as p or w, that come after the phone number.

(e.g. 056133w0123p#1])

the screen, and touchConfirm the number displayed on the screen, and touch “Send”.

If you touch “Clear”, this function will end.

- To transfer a call
Touch “Handset Mode” to change from hands-free call to cellu- lar phone call. Touch “Handsfree Mode” to change from cellular phone call to hands-free call.

- To hang up

Touch on the steering wheel. or presson the steering wheel.  on the steering wheel.

- Call waiting
When a connected call is interrupted by the third party, the incoming call message will be displayed.

l To talk with the other party: Touch on the or press steering wheel. on the steering wheel.
l To refuse the call: Touch  or press  on the steering or press wheel. on the steering wheel.

Everytime you touch on the steering wheel or press after a call is interrupted, you will be switched to the other party. on the steering wheel after a call is interrupted, you will be switched to the other party.

If your cellular phone is not accepted in HFP Ver. 1.5, this func- tion cannot be used.

- Transferring calls
l It is not possible to transfer from hands-free to a cellular phone while driving.
l If you transfer from a cellular phone to hands-free, the hands-free screen will be displayed, and you can operate the system using the screen.
l Transfer method and operation may vary according to the cellular phone used.
l For operation of the cellular phone in use, see the phone’s manual.

- Repeated tone symbols
When the “p” pause tone is used, after waiting 2 seconds the tone data up until the next pause tone will be automatically sent. When the “w” pause tone is used, the tone data up until the next pause tone will be automatically sent after user operation.

- While driving
Key input is unavailable.

- Voice recognition during a call
“Send Tones” can be operated by voice recognition.

- Interrupt call operation
Interrupt call operation may differ from depending on your phone company and the cellular phone.

Using a Bluetooth® phone message

Received messages can be forwarded from the connected Blue- tooth® phone, enabling checking and replying (Quick reply).

- Checking a message

Touch “Messages” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Messages” on the “Phone” screen.

When “Message Transfer” is set to “Off”, a confirmation screen will be displayed. Touch “Yes

Touch the desired message to

Touch the desired message to check.

The text of the message is not displayed while driving.

Touching “Previous” or “Next” displays the previous or next message.

of the message. TouchTouch “Play” to start reading out of the message. Touch “Stop” to stop the function.

- To adjust the message reading out volume
Touch “-” or “+”, turn the “PWR•VOL” knob, or use the volume switch on the steering wheel.

- Replying a message (Quick reply)

Touch “Reply” on the desired

Touch “Reply” on the desired message screen.

Touch the desired message.

Touch the desired message.

Touch “Send”.

While the message is being sent, a sending message screen is displayed.

- To check the message
l Messages are displayed in the appropriate connected Bluetooth® phone’s registered mail address folder. Touch the tab of the desired folder to be displayed.
l Only received messages on the connected Bluetooth® phone can be dis- played.
l When the received message is an e-mail and “Update Message Read Sta- tus on Phone” is set to “On”, “Mark as Unread” or “Mark as Read” can be selected. Touch “Mark as Unread” to mark mails that have been read on the Bluetooth® phone as unread. Conversely, touch “Mark as Read” to mark mails that have not been read on the Bluetooth® phone as read.

- Calling using SMS/MMS message
You can call using the SMS (Short Message Service)/MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) message sender’s phone number.

n If the message delivery failed If message delivery has failed, a notification will be displayed on the screen.

Touch “Retry” to attempt to send the message again or touch “Cancel” to cancel.

- Editing a quick reply message
You can edit the “Quick Reply Messages”.

- New message notification
If “New Message Pop-up” and “New Message Voice Notification” are set to “On”, a notification appears on the screen and a voice notification will be heard when a new message arrives, touch “Read” to check the message, also to check the message later, touch “Ignore”. When “Automatic Message Readout” is set to “On”, the message will be automatically read out.

You can set the hands-free system to your desired settings.

1 Phone sound settings

1 Phone sound settings
2 Phonebook settings
3 Message settings
4 Phone display settings

To display the screen shown above, press the “SETUP” button, and touch “Phone” on the “Setup” screen.

Phone sound settings

- Setting the volum

screen.Display the “Phone Settings” screen.

the “Phone Settings”Touch “Phone Sound Settings” on the “Phone Settings” screen.

Choose the volume setting

Choose the volume setting switch.

“Call Volume”:changes the speaker volume

“Ring Tone Volume”:changes the ring tone volume

Touch “-” or “+” to lower or

Touch “-” or “+” to lower or raise the volume, and then touch “OK”.

touch “Save”.When you complete all settings, touch “Save”.

- Setting the ring tone

screen.Display the “Phone Settings” screen.

the “Phone Settings”Touch “Phone Sound Settings” on the “Phone Settings” screen.

Sound Settings” screen.Touch “Ring Tone” on the “Phone Sound Settings” screen.

Touch the screen button corre-

Touch the screen button corre- sponding to the desired ring tone.

Ring tones can be heard by touching the screen buttons, and then touch “OK”.

“SaveWhen you complete setting, touch “Save

- Adaptive volume control
When traveling at 50 mph (80 km/h) or more, the system automatically raises the volume.

- To return to the default phone sound settings
Touch “Default”, and then touch “Yes”.

Phonebook settings

The phonebook manages a maximum of 5 phonebooks in total.

The data for 1000 contacts (up to 3 numbers per contact) can be registered in each phonebook.

1 Setting the phonebook

1 Setting the phonebook
2 Setting the speed dials
3 Deleting the call history

To display the screen above, follow the steps below.

touch “Phone” on the Press the “SETUP” button, and touch “Phone” on the “Setup” screen.

Settings” screen. Touch “Phonebook” on the “Phone Settings” screen.

- Setting the phonebook
l Transferring a phone number
You can transfer the phone numbers in your Bluetooth® phone to the system. Operation methods differ between PBAP compatible and PBAP incompatible but OPP compatible Bluetooth® phones. If your cellular phone is neither PBAP nor OPP compat- ible, the phonebook cannot be transferred.

For PBAP compatible Bluetooth® phones

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Phonebook Settings”Touch “Manage Contacts” on the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

Touch “Transfer Contacts”.

Touch “Transfer Contacts”.

Touch “Transfer Contacts”.

Touch “Transfer Contacts”.

Transfer the phonebook data to

Transfer the phonebook data to the system using the Blue- tooth® phone.

This operation may be unneces- sary depending on the cellular phone model.

Depending on the type of cellu- lar phone, OBEX authentication may be required when transfer- ring phonebook data. Enter “1234” into the Bluetooth® phone.

If you wish to cancel the trans- fer before it finishes, touch “Cancel”.

PBAP compatible models automatic data transfer setting

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Phonebook Settings”Touch “Manage Contacts” on the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Contacts” screen.Touch “Transfer Contacts” on the “Contacts” screen.

Touch the item to be set.

Touch the item to be set.

“Automatically Download Con- tacts”: Transfer the phonebook from a connected cellular phone.

“Automatically Download Call History”: transfer the call his- tory from a connected cellular phone.

Touch “On”, and then touch

Touch “On”, and then touch “Save”.

For PBAP incompatible but OPP compatible Bluetooth® phones

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

Touch “Transfer Contacts”.

Touch “Transfer Contacts”.

Touch “Replace Contacts” or

Touch “Replace Contacts” or “Add Contacts”.

In the case that the phonebook contains phonebook data, this screen is displayed.

Transfer the phonebook data to

Transfer the phonebook data to the system using the Blue- tooth® phone.

Depending on the type of cellu- lar phone, OBEX authentication may be required when transfer- ring phonebook data. Enter “1234” into the Bluetooth® phone.

If you wish to cancel the trans- fer before it finishes, touch “Cancel”.

If “Add Contacts” is touched and there is an interruption dur- ing the transfer of data, the phonebook data transferred until then will be stored in the system. Please note, this is not the case when “Cancel” is touched.

“Done” will appear on theWhen the transfer is complete, “Done” will appear on the screen. Touch “Done”.

l Registering the phonebook data
You can register the phonebook data. Up to 3 numbers per per- son can be registered. New phonebook data cannot be added for PBAP compatible Bluetooth® phones.

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Phonebook Settings”Touch “Manage Contacts” on the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Contacts” screen.Touch “New Contact” on the “Contacts” screen.

Input the name, and touch

Input the name, and touch “OK”.

Input the phone number, and

Input the phone number, and touch “OK”.

If you want to use the tone sig- nal after the phone number, input the tone signal too.

Touch the desired phone type.

Touch the desired phone type.

are registered to this con-When two or less numbers in total are registered to this con- tact, this screen is displayed. When you want to add a num- ber to this contact, touch “Yes”.

l Editing the phonebook data
You can register the phone number separately. Phonebooks can- not be edited for PBAP compatible Bluetooth® phones.

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Phonebook Settings”Touch “Manage Contacts” on the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Contacts” screen.Touch “Edit Contacts” on the “Contacts” screen.

Choose the data to edit.

Choose the data to edit.

Touch the desired name or

Touch the desired name or number.

editing, touch “Save”.Edit the name or number. After editing, touch “Save”.

l Deleting the phonebook data

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Phonebook Settings”Touch “Manage Contacts” on the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Contacts” screen.Touch “Delete Contacts” on the “Contacts” screen.

Choose the data to delete.

Choose the data to delete.

You can select multiple data and delete them at the same time.

To delete all data, touch “Select All”.

message will be displayed.Touch “Delete”. A confirmation message will be displayed.

If everything is correct, touch “Yes”.

- Phonebook data
Phonebook data is managed for every registered phone. When another phone is connecting, you cannot read the registered data.

When selling or disposing of the vehicle, delete all your data on the system.

For PBAP compatible phones, delete the phonebook data after setting “Automatically Download Contacts” to “Off”.

- Setting the phonebook in a different way (To display the “Contacts” screen)
Display the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Options” on the “Contacts” screen.

“Contacts” screen.Touch “Manage Contacts” on the “Contacts” screen.

- When another Bluetooth® device is connected during transferring a phone- book
l For PBAP compatible Bluetooth® phones
If another Bluetooth® device is connected when transferring phonebook data, depending on the phone, the connected Bluetooth® device may need to be disconnected.

- For PBAP incompatible but OPP compatible Bluetooth® phones
When another Bluetooth® device is connected, a confirmation message will be displayed. If you want to disconnect it, touch “Yes”.

- Transferring the phone number data in a different way

Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Transfer” on the “Contacts” screen.

displayed. The following opera-The “Transfer Contacts” screen is displayed. The following opera- tions are performed in the same manner as when they are per- formed from the “Setup” screen.

- Editing the phonebook data in a different way
l From “Contact” screen

Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” screen

screen.Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone” screen.

list.Choose the desired data from the list.

screen.Touch “Options” on the “Contact” screen.

screen.Touch “Edit” on the “Contact” screen.

phonebook data” from “STEP5”.Follow the steps “Editing the phonebook data” from “STEP5”.

l From “Call History” screen

Touch “Call History” on theDisplay the “Phone” screen.

“Phone” screen.Touch “Call History” on the “Phone” screen.

list.Choose the desired data from the list.

Contact” on the “Call His-Touch “Add to Contacts” or “Update Contact” on the “Call His- tory” screen.

follow the steps “Editing theIf you touch “Add to Contacts”, follow the steps “Editing the phonebook data” from “STEP5”.

If you touch “Update Contact”, follow the steps “Editing the phonebook data” from “STEP4”.

- Deleting the phonebook data in a different way (PBAP incompatible but OPP compatible models)

Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” scree

screen.Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone” screen.

list.Choose the desired data from the list.

screen.Touch “Options” on the “Contact” screen.

screen.Touch “Delete” on the “Contact” screen.

displayed. If everything is correct,A confirmation message will be displayed. If everything is correct, touch “Yes”.

- When a Bluetooth® phone is deleted.
The phonebook data will be deleted at the same time.

Setting the speed dials

- Registering the speed dial
You can register the desired phone number from the phonebook.

Up to 18 numbers per phone can be registered.

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Phonebook Settings”Touch “Manage Speed Dials” on the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

Touch “New”.

Touch “New”.

Choose the data to register.

Choose the data to register.

Touch the desired phone num-

Touch the desired phone num- ber.

Touch the switch you want to

Touch the switch you want to register the number in.

registered before, a confirmationIf you select a switch you registered before, a confirmation message will be displayed. If you want to replace it, touch “Yes”.

- Deleting the speed dial

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

“Phonebook Settings”Touch “Manage Speed Dials” on the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

Dials” screen.Touch “Delete” on the “Speed Dials” screen.

Choose the data to delete.

Choose the data to delete.

You can select multiple data and delete them at the same time.

To delete all data, touch “Select All”.

message will be displayed.Touch “Delete”. A confirmation message will be displayed.

If everything is correct, touch “Yes”.

- Setting the speed dials in a different way
l To display the “Speed Dials” screen

Touch “Speed Dials” on theDisplay the “Phone” screen.

“Phone” screen.Touch “Speed Dials” on the “Phone” screen.

Dial” screen.Touch “Options” on the “Speed Dial” screen.

l To display the “Contacts” screen

Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” screen.

screenTouch “Contacts” on the “Phone” screen

screen.Touch “Options” on the “Contacts” screen.

“Contacts” screen.Touch “Manage Speed Dials” on the “Contacts” screen.

- Registering the speed dial in a different way
l From “Speed Dial” screen

Touch “Speed Dials” on theDisplay the “Phone” screen.

“Phone” screen.Touch “Speed Dials” on the “Phone” screen.

Dial” screen.Touch “(add new)” on the “Speed Dial” screen.

dial.Touch “Yes” to set new speed dial.

dial.Touch “Yes” to set new speed dial.

Follow the steps “Registering theTouch the desired phone number.

speed dial” from “STEP6Follow the steps “Registering the speed dial” from “STEP6

l From “Contact” screen

Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Contacts” on the “Phone” screen.

list.Choose the desired data from the list.

screen.Touch “Options” on the “Contact” screen.

screen.Touch “Options” on the “Contact” screen.

Touch the desired phone number.Touch the desired phone number.

Deleting call historyTouch the desired phone number.

Deleting call history

The call history can be deleted. For PBAP compatible phones, delete the call history after setting “Automatically Download Call History” to “Off”

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

screen.Display the “Phonebook Settings” screen.

Choose the desired history to

Choose the desired history to delete.

Choose the data to delete.

Choose the data to delete.

You can select multiple data and delete them at the same time.

To delete all data, touch “Select All”.

message will be displayed.Touch “Delete”. A confirmation message will be displayed.

If everything is correct, touch “Yes”.

- Deleting call history in a different way

Touch “Call History” on theDisplay the “Phone” screen.

“Phone” screen.Touch “Call History” on the “Phone” screen.

History” screen.Touch “Delete” on the “Call History” screen.

history” from “STEP4”Follow the steps “Deleting call history” from “STEP4”

- Deleting after call history has been displayed

Touch “Call History” on theDisplay the “Phone” screen

“Phone” screeTouch “Call History” on the “Phone” scree

delete.Touch the desired history to delete.

message will be displayed. IfTouch “Delete”. A confirmation message will be displayed. If everything is correct, touch “Yes”.

Message settings

You can change the message settings.

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1 Message forwarding from

1 Message forwarding from cellular phone on/off
2 New message notification display on/off
3 New message voice notifica- tion on/off
4 Changing new message noti- fication volume
5 Changing new message voice notification tone
6 Automatic message read out function on/off
7 Changing a message read out volume 8 Cellular pho
ne’s message read and unread status update function on/off
9 Editing “Edit Quick Reply Messages”

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To display the screen above, follow the steps below.

To display the screen above, follow the steps below.

touch “Phone” on thePress the “SETUP” button, and touch “Phone” on the “Setup” screen.

“Phone Settings”Touch “Messaging Settings” on the “Phone Settings” screen.

- Changing the new message notification volume

screen.Display the “Messaging Settings” screen.

Volume” on the “Mes-Touch “New Message Notification Volume” on the “Mes- saging Settings” screen.

Touch “-” or “+” to lower or

Touch “-” or “+” to lower or raise the volume, and then touch “OK”.

“Save”.When you complete setting, touch “Save”.

- Changing the new message notification tone

screen.Display the “Messaging Settings” screen.

Tone” on the “Messag-Touch “New Message Notification Tone” on the “Messag- ing Settings” screen.

Touch the desired new mes-

Touch the desired new mes- sage notification tone.

New message notification tones can be heard by touching the screen buttons, and then touch “OK”.

“Save”.When you complete setting, touch “Save”.

- Changing the message read out volume

screen.Display the “Messaging Settings” screen.

the “Messaging Set-Touch “Message Readout Volume” on the “Messaging Set- tings” screen.

Touch “-” or “+” to lower or

Touch “-” or “+” to lower or raise the volume, and then touch “OK”.

“Save”.When you complete setting, touch “Save”.

- Editing the quick reply messages
Quick reply messages can be edited. 15 messages have already been stored.

screen.Display the “Messaging Settings” screen.

on the “MessagingTouch “Edit Quick Reply Messages” on the “Messaging Settings” screen.

Touch the screen button corre-

Touch the screen button corre- sponding to the desired mes- sage.

touch “OK” and then touchEdit the message. After editing, touch “OK” and then touch “Save”.

- To display the “Message settings” screen in a different way

Touch “Messages” on the “Phone”Display the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Messages” on the “Phone” screen.

screen.Touch “Options” on the “Messages” screen.

- Editing the quick reply messages in a different way

“Messages” screen.Display the desired message on “Messages” screen.

message screen.Touch “Reply” on the desired message screen.

Messages”.Touch “Edit” on the “Quick Reply Messages”.

corresponding to the desired message.Touch the screen button corresponding to the desired message.

“OK” and then touch  onWhen you complete editing, touch “OK” and then touch the “Edit Quick Reply Message” screen. on the “Edit Quick Reply Message” screen.

- Adaptive volume control
When traveling at 50 mph (80 km/h) or more, the system automatically raises the volume.

- To return to the default message settings
Touch “Default”, and then touch “Yes”.

Phone display settings

Depending on the phone, this function may not be available even if the phone is PBAP compatible.

1 Changing the incoming call

1 Changing the incoming call display mode
2 Changing the display phone- book transfer status on/off*
3 Changing the display call history transfer status on/off*
4 Changing the contact image during incoming call on/off*
5 Changing the rotate contact image*

*: For PBAP compatible models

To display the screen above, follow the steps below.

touch “Phone” on thePress the “SETUP” button, and touch “Phone” on the “Setup” screen.

the “Phone Settings”Touch “Phone Display Settings” on the “Phone Settings” screen.

- Changing the incoming call display mode
You can select the method of the incoming call display.

Settings” screen.Display the “Phone Display Settings” screen.

Mode” on the “Phone Dis-Touch “Incoming Call Display Mode” on the “Phone Dis- play Settings” screen.

Touch “Full Screen” or “Drop

Touch “Full Screen” or “Drop Down”, and touch “Save”.

“Full Screen”: The hands-free screen is dis- played when a call is received, and you can operate the system from that screen.

“Drop Down”: A message is displayed at the top of the screen, and you can only operate the system with the steering switches.

Changing the rotating contact images
For PBAP compatible models, when “Contact Image for Incoming Calls” is set to “On”, images stored together with phone numbers in the cellular phone’s phonebook will be transferred and displayed during the incoming call. The orientation of the image can be set.

Settings” screen.Display the “Phone Display Settings” screen.

the “Phone Display Set-Touch “Rotate Contact Images” on the “Phone Display Set- tings” screen.

the image to be displayed,Choose the desired orientation of the image to be displayed, and then touch “Save”.

- To return to the default detailed phone settings
Touch “Default”, and then touch “Yes”.

You can confirm and change the Bluetooth® settings.

1 Registered Devices

1 Registered Devices
2 Connect Phone
3 Connect Portable Player
4 Detailed Bluetooth® set- tings

To display the screen shown above, press the “SETUP” button, touch “Bluetooth*” on the “Setup” screen.

*:Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG. Inc.

Registered devices

- Registering a Bluetooth® devices
Bluetooth® devices compatible with phones (HFP) and portable players (AVP) can be registered simultaneously. Phones (HFP) and portable players (AVP) (maximum of 5) can be registered.

Touch “Registered Devices” on theDisplay the “Bluetooth*” screen.

“Bluetooth*” screen.Touch “Registered Devices” on the “Bluetooth*” screen.

Touch “Add New” to register a

Touch “Add New” to register a Bluetooth® device to the sys- tem.

When 5 Bluetooth® devices have already been registered, a registered device needs to be deleted.

Touch “Yes” to delete one or more.

Touch the device to be deleted, then touch “Remove”, and then touch “Yes”.

*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG. Inc

Input the passcode displayed on

Input the passcode displayed on the screen into the Bluetooth® device.

A passcode is not required for SSP (Secure Simple Pairing) compatible Bluetooth® devices.

Depending on the type of Blue- tooth® phone being connected, a message confirming registra- tion may be displayed on the Bluetooth® phone’s screen.

Respond and operate the Blue- tooth® phone according to the confirmation message.

For the operation of the Blue- tooth® device, see the manual that comes with it.

If you want to cancel it, touch “Cancel”.

If a completion message is dis- played, registration is complete.

If an error message is displayed, follow the guidance on the screen to try again.

- Removing a Bluetooth® device

Touch “Registered Devices” on theDisplay the “Bluetooth*” screen.

“Bluetooth*” screen.Touch “Registered Devices” on the “Bluetooth*” screen.

Devices” screen.Touch “Remove” on the “Registered Devices” screen.

Choose the desired device.

Choose the desired device.

You can select multiple device and delete them at the same time.

To remove all devices, touch “Select All”.

message will be dis-Touch “Remove”. A confirmation message will be dis- played. If everything is correct, touch “Yes”.

*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG. Inc

- Editing a Bluetooth® device
You can see the information of the Bluetooth® device on the sys- tem or edit.

l Changing a device name

Touch “Registered Devices” on theDisplay the “Bluetooth*” screen.

“Bluetooth*” screen.Touch “Registered Devices” on the “Bluetooth*” screen.

Touch “Details”.

Touch “Details”.

*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG. Inc.

Touch the device to be edited.

Touch the device to be edited.

Touch “Device Name”.

Touch “Device Name”.

Input the device name, and

Input the device name, and touch “OK”.

“OK”.Confirm the device name and touch “OK”.

l Setting portable player connection method

Touch “Registered Devices” on theDisplay the “Bluetooth*” screen.

“Bluetooth*” screen.Touch “Registered Devices” on the “Bluetooth*” screen.

“Registered Devices” screen.Touch “Details” on the “Registered Devices” screen.

Touch the device to be edited.

Touch “Connect Portable

Touch “Connect Portable Player from”.

Touch the desired connection

Touch the desired connection method, and touch “OK”.

“Vehicle”: Touch to connect the audio sys- tem to the portable player.

“Portable Player”: Touch to connect the portable player to the audio system.

Depending on the portable player, the “Vehicle” or “Porta- ble Player” connection method may be best. As such, refer to the manual that comes with the portable player.

*: Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG. Inc.

- Editing the “Device Name”
If you change a device name, the name registered in your cellular phone is not changed.

- About “Device Address”
The address peculiar to the system. It cannot be changed. If you have regis- tered two Bluetooth® phones with the same device name and you cannot distinguish one from the other, refer to this address.

- “My Phone Number”:
The phone number of the Bluetooth® phone is displayed on the screen.

Depending on the type of phone, the phone number may not be displayed.

- “Profiles”:
The compatibil

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