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Q: How do I choose which phone Uconnect uses?

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How do I choose which phone Uconnect uses?

A: The Uconnect system can pair with up to sev...

The Uconnect system can pair with up to seven different cell phones. When you pair the system with a phone, you have to prioritize the phone, so that the system knows which mobile device to use if multiple devices are in the car. If you have two or more phones in the car and want to make a phone call with a device that isn’t the highest priority, you can instruct the Uconnect system to use a different phone. To do so, press the Uconnect phone button, which looks like a phone, and is located on your steering wheel or center console. After the system says “Ready” and beeps, say “Setup select phone.” Then follow the prompts to choose which phone to use.

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