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Q: How do you use the setting button?

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How do you use the setting button?

The setting button on your touchscreen system allows you to adjust the settings for a number of different systems. This allows you to adjust the appearance of the system to your needs, as well as some functionality. You can adjust settings for the following systems:

  • Navigation

  • Volume & Beeps

  • Audio

  • Phone

  • Display

  • Clock

  • Bluetooth

  • Others

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