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Q: How do I reply to a text message?

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How do I reply to a text message?

You can reply to a text message with a handful of provided responses. For safety reasons, you cannot create your own text messages while driving, or edit the preset messages. Replying to a message is easy: 1. Press the Phone button. 2. Rotate the selector knob to Text Message, then press the selector knob. 3. Rotate the selector knob to the message you wish to reply to, then press the selector knob. The message will be display and read aloud. 4. Press the selector knob, which takes you to the Text Message Menu setting. 5. Rotate the selector knob to Reply, then press the selector knob. 6. Rotate the selector knob to choose your reply, then press the selector knob. The available replies are: Talk to you later, I’m driving; I am on my way; I’m running late; OK; Yes; and No. 7. When asked to confirm, use the selector knob to select Yes.

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