Q: How do I delete a phonebook entry?

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How do I delete a phonebook entry?

If you would like to delete an entry from your Bluetooth phonebook, you can do so easily, and with just a few steps: 1. Press the Phone Send button. 2. Following the tone, say “Phonebook”. 3. Following the prompt, say “Delete Entry”. 4. Following the prompt, say the name of the entry you wish to delete.

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