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Q: How do you delete a name from the HandsFreeLink phonebook?

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How do you delete a name from the HandsFreeLink phonebook?

Deleting names and numbers from the HandsFreeLink® (HFL) system in your Accord is actually just as simple as adding them. All you need to do is follow these quick steps:

  1. Press the talk button and release it

  2. Say “phonebook”

  3. Listen to the prompts

  4. Say “delete”

  5. Tell the system the entry you want to delete

  6. Follow the prompts

Tip

You can also get a list of all the names in the phonebook by saying “list” instead of “delete”. Just press the talk button when you hear the name you want to call, and tell the HFL system “call”.

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