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Q: How do I mute a Uconnect phone call?

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How do I mute a Uconnect phone call?

A: When you are in a Uconnect phone call, you ...

When you are in a Uconnect phone call, you can easily mute your voice. When you are in mute mode, you will still be able to hear the person you are on the phone with, but they won’t hear you. At any time during your call, press the Uconnect voice command button, and say “Mute.” To unmute, simply press the Uconnect voice command button again, and say “Mute off.”

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