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Q: How do I use voice recognition to re-dial?

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How do I use voice recognition to re-dial?

It is very easy to use voice recognition to re-dial a number in the infotainment system. To do so, press the voice command button, which will respond with “Ready”, followed by a tone. Following the tone, say “Re-dial”. The system will then dial the most recent number that the connected phone called.

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