Bluetooth® handsfree phone
The device must first be registered and connected to the car.
The audio and media system acts as handsfree, with the facility to remotely control a selection of the mobile phone's functions. The mobile phone can still be operated with its own keys when it is connected to the car.
When a mobile phone is connected to the car, it is also possible to simultaneously stream audio files from the phone or other Bluetooth®-connected media device, see Media Bluetooth®. Change between the main sources TEL and MEDIA to manage each source's functions.
A short press on TEL activates last connected phone. If a phone is already connected, and TEL is pressed, a shortcut menu is shown with commonly used menu options for the phone. The symbol indicates that a phone is connected.
The call is interrupted with EXIT.
Reading a text message1
The car mirrors the connected mobile phone's text messages.
If a connected telephone receives a text message the symbol is shown at the top of the screen.
Pressing OK/MENU accesses the message menu with options to e.g. allow the system voice to read out the message2, call the sender of the message or delete the message.
If the main source TEL is already active then a pop-up menu with new messages is shown on the screen. Pressing OK/MENU shows the selected message while the system voice reads it out at the same time2. The reading is interrupted with EXIT.
The pop-up menu and the notification sound can be switched off under .
To show the connected mobile phone's messages in the car, mirroring must be accepted in the mobile phone when it is connected. Depending on the mobile phone, this can be activated by means of the following:
- a pop-up box or a notification is shown and accepted in the phone.
- accept sharing of information in the phone's settings for the Bluetooth® connection to the car.
In some cases it may be a requirement that the mobile phone is disconnected and reconnected to the car in order for mirroring to be activated.