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

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How do you delete a phonebook from the HandsFreeLink?

Adding a phonebook from your cell phone to the HandsFreeLink® (HFL) system is pretty easy, and deleting a phonebook is even easier. To delete an entire phonebook, just:

  1. Choose “delete imported phonebook” from the menu on your navigation system’s screen.

  2. Choose the phonebook you want to erase.

  3. If the phonebook is encrypted, enter the PIN.

  4. Choose “yes” from the following screen.

  5. Choose “ok” and the phonebook will be deleted.

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