Explore your manual
V60 Cross Country
Registering a Bluetooth® device
It is possible to have two Bluetooth® devices connected simultaneously. One phone and one media device, which you can switch between. It is also possible to call with the phone and simultaneously stream audio files. It is possible to connect the car to the Internet via the mobile phone's Internet connection.
Bluetooth® handsfree phone - overview
System overview for Bluetooth® handsfree phone.
Removing a Bluetooth® device
It is possible to remove (deregister) a Bluetooth® device from the car. The car will then not locate the device automatically.
Making and receiving calls
Functions for handling phone calls.
Connecting and disconnecting a Bluetooth® device
The car is equipped with Bluetooth® and can wirelessly communicate with other Bluetooth® devices after registration and connection.
The car mirrors the connected mobile phone's phone book and only shows this phone book when the mobile phone is connected.
Symbols in the screen
Overview of the symbols that can be shown in the screen's activity/status field.
Bluetooth® handsfree phone - audio settings
It is possible to adjust the call volume, audio system volume and ring signal volume.
Bluetooth® handsfree phone
A mobile phone equipped with Bluetooth® can be connected wirelessly to the car.
The remote control can be used for all functions in the audio and media system. The remote control's buttons have the same functions as the buttons in the centre console or steering wheel keypad.
Automatic connection of Bluetooth® device
When a Bluetooth® device is registered in the car the last external device connected is connected automatically when the car is started.
Disconnecting the Bluetooth® device
When the Bluetooth® device is out of range of the car it is automatically disconnected.
Changing to another Bluetooth® device
It is possible to change from a connected device to another one if there are several devices in the car. The device must first have been registered to the car.