Voice recognition

Voice recognition - mobile phone

Updated 7/23/2018

Voice control a Bluetooth®-connected mobile phone to e.g. call a contact or dial a number.

The following dialogues are only examples; the system's response may vary depending on the situation.

Dial a number

The system understands the numbers 0 (zero) to 9 (nine). These numbers can be pronounced individually, in groups of several numbers at a time or whole numbers all at once. Numbers greater than 9 (nine) cannot be handled by the system; for example, it is not possible to use 10 (ten) or 11 (eleven).

The following dialogue with voice commands dials a number.

The user starts the dialogue by saying: "Dial number".

The system responds with: "Say the number".

Start saying the numbers (as individual units, i.e. "Six-eight-seven" etc.) in the phone number.

At the pause, the system will repeat the last spoken group of numbers.

Continue to say the numbers. When the whole number has been spoken, end by saying: "OK".

The system dials the number.

The number can be changed the number by saying "Correct" (which deletes the last spoken group of numbers) or "Erase" (which deletes the whole spoken phone number). By saying "Repeat" the system will read out the whole spoken number.

Call a contact

The following dialogue with voice commands calls a contact in the phone book.

The user starts the dialogue by saying: "Call contact".

The system responds with: "Say the name".

Say the name of the contact.

If only one contact is found then the system calls the contact, otherwise the system continues to give instructions for finding the right contact.

If a contact has multiple numbers entered in the phone book then it is possible to say, for example, "Mobile" or "Work" after the name in order to help the system.

More commands

More commands for voice recognition control of a mobile phone can be found in the normal view for MY CAR by pressing OK/MENU and then selecting SettingsVoice control settingsCommand listPhone commands.


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