Q: How do I view caller ID?

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How do I view caller ID?

You can choose to have caller ID displayed when someone calls your phone while you are paired to HandsFreeLink. To set up caller ID, follow these quick steps: 1. Press the Phone button. 2. Rotate the selector knob to Phone Setup, then press the selector knob. 3. Rotate the selector knob to Caller ID Info, then press the selector knob. 4. Use the selector knob to choose between Name Priority Mode and Number Priority Mode.

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