Q: How do I use voice recognition to store numbers?

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How do I use voice recognition to store numbers?

The infotainment system can store up to 30 numbers at a time. You can add numbers to the system at any time, using voice recognition:

  1. Press the voice command button. The system will prompt you by saying “Ready”, followed by a tone.

  2. Say the command “Store”.

  3. Say the number that you wish to store. If you want to save multiple numbers under one contact, say all of the numbers at once, without stopping.

  4. When the system prompts you, state a contact name for the number or set of numbers.

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