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Lincoln MKX 2009 SYNC

Supplemental Guide

Note: SYNC® is capable of hosting nearly any digital media player including: iPod®,Zune™, “Plays from device”players,and most USB drives. Supported audio formats include MP3,WMA,WAV and AAC.
For more information on all SYNC® features and compatible devices,check out www.SyncMyRide.com.
Pairing your phone for the first time
WARNING:Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control,accident and injury. Ford strongly recommends that drivers use extreme caution when using any device that may take their focus off the road. The driver’s primary responsibility is the safe operation of their vehicle.Only use cell phones and other devices not essential to the driving task when it is safe to do so.
The first thing you must do to use the phone features of SYNC® is to‘pair’your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone with SYNC®. This allows your phone to communicate with the hands-free system. To pair your phone for the first time:
1. Ensure that the vehicle ignition and radio are on and that your vehicle is in Park (P).
2. Press to enter the PHONE MENU. SYNC® will attempt to connect and the radio display will indicate that no phone is paired.
3. Press OK. ADD DEVICES will appear in the radio display.
Note: Press / repeatedly if ADD DEVICES does not first appear in the radio display.
4. Press OK to confirm your selection and enter the ADD DEVICES MENU.
5. When FIND SYNC® appears in the radio display,press OK. Follow the instructions in your cellular phone’s user guide to put your phone into Bluetooth discovery mode. A six digit PIN will appear in the radio display.
6. When prompted on your phone’s display,enter the six digit PIN provided by SYNC®.
Compatible digital media player with USB cable.
Cellular phone with Bluetooth wireless technology (with the phone’s user guide).
To use SYNC®’s many features,you must have the following:
What you need to get started

7.The radio display will read CONNECTED when the pairing process is successful.

Congratulations! Your phone is now successfully paired to SYNC®. Depending on your phone’s capability,you may be prompted on your phone’s display or radio display with additional options. For further information,refer to your phone’s user guide and visit www.SyncMyRide.com.

Note: You can,at any time,press and hold to exit phone mode and listen to other audio sources. You can also press VOICE or and say“Help”for more options.

Stay connected

The voice -activated,hands-free calling system means you can focus on driving without putting everything else on hold. The system supports you with:

Voice activated,hands-free calling: To initiate a call,press or VOICE,then say “Phone.” When prompted,say“Call”<phone book name> or say“Dial”and,when prompted,the desired number. When SYNC® confirms the number,say“Dial”again. SYNC® will automatically connect with the names in your mobile phone’s contact list. To answer incoming calls,simply press . To end a call,press and hold .

Uninterrupted connections while entering your vehicle: In the middle of a phone call while entering your car? No need to hang up. If your phone has been previously paired, SYNC® will instantly connect to your Bluetooth phone and automatically transfer the call to a hands-free environment. (The system can also transfer the call back to your phone as you exit your vehicle.)

Audible text messages: If your connected cell phone supports text messaging downloads via Bluetooth wireless technology,you can use SYNC®’s text messaging feature. If you receive a text message while driving,press OK and SYNC® will read it to you out loud. The system is smart enough to translate commonly used text messaging expressions such as“LOL”and“ :) ”. You can even reply with a list of predefined responses.

USB Voice Commands

USB Voice Commands: You can use the following commands whenever a device is connected via the USB port.Just push the VOICE or button and SYNC® will prompt you for a command:

Basic Commands

Additional Commands

 

•Playall

•AutoplayON

•Searchtrack<name>

•Playgenre<name>

•AutoplayOFF

•Refinealbum<name>

•Playalbum<name>

•Connections

•Refinetrack<name>

•Playartist<name>

•Pause

•Play

•Playtrack<name>

•Playprevioustrack

•Playnexttrack

•Playplaylist<name>

•RepeatON

•Playnextfolder

•Similarmusic

•RepeatOFF

•Playpreviousfolder

•What’splaying

•ShuffleON

•Searchgenre<name>

 

•ShuffleOFF

•Searchalbum<name>

 

•Searchartist<name>

•Refineartist<name>

For more information,visit www.SyncMyRide.com
USB device charging: Long trip? You may run out of gas but you’ll never run out of music. That’s because if your digital media player supports,SYNC® will automatically charge your digital media player when plugged into the USB port.
Voice activated music: Browse your music collection by genre,album,artist and song title using simple voice commands.
SYNC® can shift your digital music into overdrive with voice-activated access to songs on
your digital media player.
A new way to rock while you roll

Connecting your digital media player

WARNING:Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control,accident and injury. Ford strongly recommends that drivers use extreme caution when using any device that may take their focus off the road. The driver’s primary responsibility is the safe operation of their vehicle.Only use cell phones and other devices not essential to the driving task when it is safe to do so.

1.Ensure that the vehicle ignition and radio are ON.

2.Plug the device into the USB port. Refer to your Owner’s Guide for exact location.

Note: If your digital media player has an ON/OFF switch,ensure that the device is ON.

3.Press or VOICE.

Note: If your digital media player contains many media files,INDEXING may appear in the radio display. When the indexing process is complete,you may access the media content in your digital media player using voice commands.

4.When prompted,say“USB”.

5.Play music by saying any of the following commands,“Play All”, “Play Artist <name>”, “Play Album <name>”, “ Play Genre <name>”, “Play Playlist <name>”or“Play track <name>”.

Note: At any time,you may press VOICE or and say“Help”for more options.

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Congratulations on the purchase of your new vehicle equipped with SYNC®.

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Get ready for an intelligent conversation with your car.

The last time you stepped out without your cell phone or digital media player,did you feel out of sync with the world? We don’t blame you. Our personal devices have become indispensable extensions of our lives.

Ford ingenuity now brings you a better,more sensible way to remain connected to your worldwhilebehindthewheel. IntroducingSYNC®-PoweredbyMicrosoft®. SYNC®offers voice activated calling and voice activated music selection while allowing you to maintain your focus on the road.

SYNC® Features

Send and receive hands-free calls

Play your digital music through voice activated commands

Use voice recognition to access your cell phone’s contact list

Transfer an active phone conversation to a hands-free environment

Play music stored on your digital media player

Use your device while charging through the USB port

Listen to music streaming from your Bluetooth® enabled phone

Advanced voice recognition system fluent in English, French and Spanish

Mobile Phone Voice Commands

Mobile Phone Voice Commands: You can use any of the following commands whenever SYNC® is in phone mode:

Basic Commands

Additional Commands

 

•Call<name>

•Call<name> at home

•Phonebook<name>

•Dial

OR mobile

at work OR in office

(then follow dialog with

•Call<name> at work

•Phone book <name>

SYNC® to speak a number)

OR in office

on other

•Callhistoryincoming

•Phonebook <name>

•Connections

•Callhistoryoutgoing

•Phonebook<name>

•Menu

•Callhistorymissed

at home

•Join

•Gotoprivacy

•Phone book <name>

•Hold

 

on mobile

 

HELPFUL HINT: When using voice commands,remember SYNC® is expecting to hear exactly what is listed in your phone book or music device.

Forthelatestinformationonfeaturesanddevicecompatibility,refertoSyncMyRide.com.

Phone Settings & Bluetooth Commands

Mobile Phone Settings“Additional Commands”Voice Commands: When in phone mode,you canpresstheVOICEor buttonandsay”Menu“tousethefollowingcommands:

HELPFUL HINT: The words in parentheses ( ) here are optional,the system understands the command with or without them.

•(Phone)settings

•Signal

•(Phone) settings (set)

(message) notification ON

•(Phone)settings(set)

ringer three

•(Phone)settings

phone ringer

•Textmessage inbox

(message) notification OFF

•(Phone) settings (set)

•(Phone)settings(set)

•(Phone) connections

ringer one

ringer OFF

•(Phone) settings (set)

 

•Phonename

 

ringer two

 

 

 

Bluetooth Audio Voice Commands: You can use the following commands whenever music is being provided from your mobile phone via Bluetooth streaming audio:

•Pause

•Playprevioustrack

•Playnexttrack

•Connections

•Play

 

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Table of Contents

 

 

Introduction

4

What is SYNC ?

4

Safety information

5

Phone dependent features

5

SYNC voice recognition feature

6

Voice recognition system overview

8

Using voice commands with SYNC

8

 

 

SYNC system controls

10

Quick reference chart

10

 

 

SYNC phone features

12

Voice commands in phone mode

12

Making a call

14

Ending a call

14

Exiting phone mode

14

Answering an incoming call

14

Incoming new text message

15

Using the quick dial feature

16

Active call menu options

16

Using privacy mode

16

Putting a call on/off hold

17

Joining two calls (multiparty/conference call)

17

Accessing call history/phone book during active call

18

How SYNC interacts with your Bluetooth device

18

Phone redial

19

Call history

19

Accessing your phone book

20

Text messaging

21

Sending new text messages

21

Downloading unread text messages

23

Deleting all text messages

23

Phone settings

24

Phone status

24

Setting a ring tone

25

Message notification

25

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Modifying your phone book

26

Automatically download your phone book

27

Applications

27

System settings

28

Adding (pairing) a phone

28

Connecting a phone

29

Setting a phone as primary

30

Turning Bluetooth on/off

30

Deleting a phone

31

Deleting all phones

31

Turning prompts on/off

32

Changing the SYNC language setting

32

Returning to factory defaults

33

Performing a master reset

33

Installing new vehicle applications

34

Vehicle health report

35

911 assist™

37

SYNC media features

40

Voice commands in media mode

40

Connecting a digital media player to SYNC

42

What’s playing?

42

Using your media menu

42

Selecting different media sources

43

Accessing and using your USB port

43

Streaming music from your phone

44

Using the Auxiliary input jack (Line in)

45

Using the media settings

46

Accessing vehicle applications

47

Accessing system settings

47

Adding a Bluetooth media device which is in discovery mode

48

Adding a Bluetooth media device which is in discoverable

 

mode

48

Connecting a Bluetooth media device

49

Delete a device

50

Using SYNC ’s play menu

54

Using the play all feature

55

Selecting and playing specific artists

56

Selecting and playing specific albums

57

Selecting different genres

57

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Accessing your playlists

58

Playing a specific track

59

Exploring the USB device

60

Playing similar music

61

 

 

DVD interaction

62

 

 

Glossary

70

 

 

End user license agreement

71

 

 

Index

78

 

 

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Introduction

WHAT IS SYNC ?

Thank you for purchasing SYNC !

SYNC is a hands-free communications and entertainment system that literally ‘syncs up’ with all other multimedia systems in your vehicle. SYNC delivers convenience with voice activated calling and hands-free conversations, digital media player command and control as well as easy to use voice commands. The world outside your vehicle cabin may be chaotic, but inside, with SYNC , it’s always a smooth ride. All you have to do is sync it and stow it. We’ll take care of the rest.

Welcome to the new world of ingenuity and passion - technology that is both fun and functional. Welcome to SYNC .

For more information, please visit www.SyncMyRide.com.

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SAFETY INFORMATION

WARNING: Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, accident and injury. Ford strongly recommends that

drivers use extreme caution when using any device that may take their focus off the road. The driver’s primary responsibility is the safe operation of their vehicle. Only use cell phones and other devices not essential to the driving task when it is safe to do so.

Do not attempt to service or repair SYNC . See your authorized dealer.

Do not operate playing devices if the power cords and/or cables are broken, split or damaged. Carefully place cords and/or cables where they will not be stepped on or interfere with the operation of pedals, seats and/or compartments, or safe driving abilities.

Do not leave playing devices in the vehicle in extreme conditions as it could cause damage to your device. Refer to your device’s user guide for further information.

For your safety, some SYNC functions are speed dependent and cannot be performed when the vehicle is traveling at speeds greater than 3 mph (5 km/h).

Ensure that you review your device’s user guide before using with SYNC .

PHONE DEPENDENT FEATURES

While SYNC supports a variety of features, many are dependent upon the functionality of your cell phone with Bluetooth wireless technology. At a minimum, most cellular phones with Bluetooth wireless technology support the following functions:

Answering an incoming call

Ending a call

Using privacy mode

Dial a number

Redial

Call waiting notification

Caller ID

Other features, such as text messaging via Bluetooth, and automatic phone book download are phone dependent features. To ensure that you have a compatible cellular phone, refer to your phone’s user manual and visit www.SyncMyRide.com.

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SYNC VOICE RECOGNITION FEATURE

SYNC is equipped with an advanced interactive Voice Recognition (VR) system. This system allows you to perform many operations by “speaking” certain commands to the system. The system will respond with a series of audible tones, prompts, questions and spoken confirmations depending on the situation and the chosen level of dialogue interaction.

Feedback through audible tones

Your VR system will respond through various audible tones. You may hear a tone at the following times:

When you press VOICE or on your steering wheel controls.

When you access the help feature.

When the VR system does not understand your request

When a VR session is completed successfully

When a VR session is ended unsuccessfully

When a speed dependent feature has been accessed

When a new device is connected

SYNC has five different audible tones that will play depending on the circumstance.

Initial: Sounds when you are entering a new mode.

Positive: Sounds for a positive recognition or a successful VR session completion.

Negative: Sounds for a negative recognition, an unsuccessful VR session, or when a speed dependent feature has been accessed.

Listening: Sounds when the system is ready to listen for a command.

Help: Sounds when you ask for ’Help’.

Confirmation prompts

Confirmation prompts are short questions asked by the system when the system has not clearly understood your request or when there are many possible responses to your request. For example, if you have Confirmation prompts ON, the system may say, “Phone, is that correct?”. The system will then listen for a “Yes” or “No” confirmation from you. If you say “Yes”, the system will proceed. If you say “No”, the system will ask you to say the command again. If you have Confirmation prompts OFF, the system will simply make a best guess as to what you requested.

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If the system has a low confidence level of what was asked, it will prompt you to try again or ask for help.

Note: Even with Confirmation prompts turned OFF, you may be asked to confirm certain settings occasionally.

Clarification through candidate lists

Candidate lists are created when the system has several possible options of similar level of confidence as a result of your request. The system will submit back to you as many as four possibilities for your clarification.

This may happen either with your phone book and/or music selections.

Example #1:

You want to call John Doe at home, so you say, “Call John Doe at home”. If the system has a similar confidence level for a few items, it may respond with:

(initial tone) “Say 1 after the tone to call John Doe at home. Say 2 after the tone to call Johnny Doe on mobile. Say 3 after the tone to call Jane Doe at home.” (listen tone)

Example #2:

You want to listen to a certain artist, so you say, “Play Artist John”. If the system has a similar confidence level for two possible options, it may respond with:

(initial tone) “Say 1 after the tone to play John Doe. Say 2 after the tone to play Johnny Doe.” (listen tone)

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Voice recognition system overview

USING VOICE COMMANDS WITH SYNC

There is a push to talk button on your steering wheel controls labeled

either VOICE or

. Press to activate Voice Recognition. You will hear a

tone and LISTENING will appear in the radio display signaling that the system is ready to accept your command. Speak the command clearly to ensure that the system is able to recognize and perform the desired function.

For the best voice recognition performance:

Ensure that the interior of the vehicle is as quiet as possible. Wind noise from open windows and road vibrations may prevent the system from correctly recognizing spoken voice commands.

After pressing VOICE or , wait until the tone sounds and LISTENING appears in the radio display before speaking a command. Any command spoken prior to this will not register with the system.

At any time, you can interrupt the system while it is speaking by pressing VOICE or . The system will respond with a listening tone and allow you to speak a command.

Speak naturally without large pauses in between words.

At any time, you may say these commands:

USB

SYNC

Bluetooth Audio

Line in

Phone

Voice settings

Cancel

Vehicle health report

 

(if equipped, U.S. only)

Help

USB: Say to access the device connected to the USB port.

SYNC: Say to return to the main menu.

Bluetooth audio: Say to access/use streaming music from your cellular phone enabled with Bluetooth wireless technology.

Line in: Say to access the device plugged into your auxiliary input jack.

Phone: Say to access hands-free phone mode.

Voice settings: Say to access the voice settings menu. Refer to

Commands for voice settings in the following section.

Help: Say at any time for options in a specific mode. SYNC will list various options for you audibly. The ‘help’ request is always available.

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Cancel: Say to cancel the requested action.

Vehicle health report (if equipped): Say to request to run a vehicle health report on your vehicle.

Commands for voice settings

In voice settings, you can customize the level of system interaction, help and feedback. The system default settings include standard interaction as well as candidate lists and confirmation prompts as all provide the most guidance and feedback.

At any time, while in voice settings, you may say these commands to adjust the voice settings:

Interaction mode advanced

Interaction mode standard

Confirmation prompts on

Confirmation prompts off

Media candidate lists on

Media candidate lists off

Phone candidate lists on

Phone candidate lists off

Interaction mode standard/advanced: Standard interaction mode provides more detailed interaction and guidance while the advanced mode has less audible interaction and more tone prompts.

Confirmation prompts on/off: Confirmation prompts are short questions asked by the system when the system has not clearly heard or understood your request. Note: Even with Confirmation prompts turned OFF, you may be asked to confirm settings occasionally.

Phone/media candidate lists on/off: Candidate lists are a list of possible results from your voice commands. These occur when SYNC has equal confidence of several possible results from your voice command.

For voice commands available in SYNC phone mode, refer to Voice commands in phone mode in the Phone chapter.

For voice commands available in SYNC media mode, refer to Voice commands in media mode in the Media chapter.

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SYNC system controls

SYSTEM CONTROLS

SYNC will interact with your audio system, steering wheel controls, and DVD system (if equipped).

QUICK REFERENCE CHART

The following chart is a quick summary of your radio and steering wheel controls as well as their respective function(s).

Radio control

 

Steering wheel

Function

 

 

 

control

 

 

 

 

 

 

Press to activate SYNC hands-free

 

 

 

 

 

calling or to answer an incoming call.

 

 

 

 

 

When in phone mode, press to send

 

 

 

 

 

a call, text message, to put a call on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

hold and answer another call, or to

 

 

 

 

 

initiate a multi-party call.

 

 

 

 

 

Press and hold to end a call.

 

 

 

 

 

Press and hold to cancel a call to

 

 

 

 

 

emergency services when using the

 

 

 

 

 

911 Assist feature (if equipped).

 

 

 

 

 

Press and hold to exit phone mode

 

 

 

 

 

when not in an active call.

N/A

VOICE

Press to activate Vo ice Recognition.

 

 

 

 

 

Press and hold to end an active

 

 

 

 

 

voice session.

 

 

 

 

 

Refer to the Voice recognition

 

 

 

 

 

system overview chapter for further

 

 

 

 

 

information.

SEEK

,

 

Press / turn to scroll through various

/

 

,

 

menus and selections.

 

 

 

 

 

TUNE knob

 

 

 

 

 

OK

OK

Press to confirm your selection.

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SYNC system controls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Radio control

Steering wheel

Function

 

 

 

 

 

control

 

MENU

N/A

Press while in an active call to

 

 

 

 

 

 

access SYNC active call options.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Refer to Active call menu options

 

 

 

 

 

 

in the SYNC phone features

 

 

 

 

 

 

chapter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Press MENU while in media to

 

 

 

 

 

 

access SYNC MEDIA MENU. Refer

 

 

 

 

 

 

to the SYNC media features

 

 

 

 

 

 

chapter for further information.

AUX

N/A

Press repeatedly to cycle through

 

 

 

 

 

 

available auxiliary sources. For

 

 

 

 

 

 

further information, refer to Using

 

 

 

 

 

 

your media menu in the SYNC

 

 

 

 

 

 

media features chapter.

TEXT

N/A

When the > indicator appears, press

 

 

 

 

 

 

to advance the text in the radio

 

 

 

 

 

 

display. Press repeatedly to view

 

 

 

 

 

 

additional phone contact information

 

 

 

 

 

 

or media information.

REV, REW,

 

 

N/A

Press and hold to reverse within a

 

 

 

 

 

 

track.

FF, FWD,

 

N/A

Press and hold to advance within a

 

 

 

 

 

 

track .

SHUFFLE (if

N/A

Press and release to shuffle current

available)

 

music content.

/

 

 

 

 

N/A

Press to play / pause the currently

 

 

 

 

(Play/Pause)

 

playing music.

 

 

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Call <name>
Call <name> on mobile OR cell
Call <name> on other
Phone book <name>1
Phone book <name> at work OR Phone book <name> at office1
Call history incoming1
Connections1
Go to privacy
Hold

SYNC phone features

VOICE COMMANDS IN PHONE MODE

WARNING: Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, accident and injury. Ford strongly recommends that

drivers use extreme caution when using cell phones, even with voice commands. The driver’s primary responsibility is the safe operation of their vehicle. Only use cell phones and other devices not essential to the driving task when it is safe to do so.

While in phone mode, you may say any of the following commands:

Dial

Call <name> at home

Call <name> at work OR Call <name> in office

Phone book <name> at home1

Phone book <name> on mobile OR cell1

Call history outgoing1

Phone book <name> on Other1

Call history missed1

Menu1

Join

1 Voice commands are not available until downloading phone information via Bluetooth is complete.

Phone book commands: When you ask SYNC to access a phone book name, number, etc., the requested information will appear in the display to view. Press or say “Call” to call the contact.

Note: In the above possible commands, “<name>” is a dynamic listing in that it could be any desired name from your phone book.

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SYNC phone features

While in phone mode, you may also say “Menu” and then any of the following commands:

[Phone] settings [message]

[Phone] settings [message]

notification on

notification off

[Phone] connections

Phone name

Signal

Battery

[Phone] settings [set] phone

[Phone] settings [set] ringer 1

ringer

 

[Phone] settings [set] ringer 2

[Phone] settings [set] ringer 3

Text message inbox

[Phone] settings [set] ringer off

Note: With the above commands, words in ( ) are optional and do not have to be spoken for the system to understand the command.

You may also say “Dial” to access any of the following commands:

<number> 0–9

Dial

Delete (deletes one digit)

Clear (deletes all entered digits)

Plus

 

Star

Asterisk (*)

800

(eight hundred)

700

(seven hundred)

900

(nine hundred)

411

(four-one-one), 911

# / (pound, slash)

(nine-one-one), etc.

 

 

Note: To exit Dial mode, press and hold

or press MENU to go to the

PHONE MENU.

 

 

 

Voice commands when connecting devices

When attempting to connect a phone to SYNC , you may say any of the following commands:

Connect <device name>

Bluetooth ON

Bluetooth OFF

Delete <device name>

Note: You can only connect a device to SYNC after it has successfully gone through the pairing process.

Note: In the above possible commands, “<name>” is a dynamic listing in that it could be the name of any previously paired device.

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SYNC phone features

At any time, you may say these commands:

SYNC

USB

Line in

Bluetooth Audio

Phone

Voice settings

Cancel

Vehicle health report (if

 

equipped, U.S. only)

Help

MAKING A CALL

Making a hands-free phone call using SYNC is easy.

1.Press or VOICE.

2.When prompted, say, “Call <name>” or say the desired number and then say “Dial”.

To erase the last spoken digit, say “Delete” or press SEEK.

To erase all spoken digits, say “Clear” or press and hold SEEK.

3. Once the desired number/contact is on the screen, either say “Call” or “Dial”. The system will connect to the desired number.

Note: Once the call is placed, it will be logged into your outgoing call history folder.

Note: If your audio system is equipped with 10 memory presets (0–9), you can also manually enter the desired number by pressing the presets.

ENDING A CALL

At any time, you can end an active phone call by pressing and holding .

EXITING PHONE MODE

When in phone mode but not in an active call, press and hold to exit phone mode.

ANSWERING AN INCOMING CALL

An incoming call interacts with SYNC in much the same way it interacts with your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone. During an incoming call:

An audible ring tone will sound. If available, call information will appear in the display.

Press TEXT to view additional caller information, if the call matches a contact in your downloaded phonebook.

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Select from the following options:

Accept the call by pressing . The call will be transferred to hands-free and logged into the incoming call history folder.

Ignore the call by doing nothing. The display will read MISSED CALL and SYNC will log the call as a missed call.

Reject the call by pressing and holding . The display will read REJECTED and SYNC will log the call.

INCOMING NEW TEXT MESSAGE

Note: This is a phone dependent feature.

If your Bluetooth enabled phone is connected and supports downloading text messages via Bluetooth, you can receive incoming text messages. When you are being sent a text message, an audible tone will sound and NEW MESSAGE will appear in the radio display. You can say “Read Message” and SYNC will read the message to you.

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

1.Press OK to receive and open the text message or do nothing and the message will go into your text message inbox. Press OK again and SYNC will read your message aloud as you are not able to view the message. You can then also choose whether you’d like to reply or forward the message.

2.Press OK and scroll to toggle between REPLY TO MESSAGE or FORWARD MESSAGE.

3.When the desired selection appears in the display, press OK.

If you choose REPLY TO MESSAGE, SYNC will take you back to the text messaging menu and allow you to again cycle through the list of predefined messages to send.

If you choose FORWARD MESSAGE, SYNC will take you to your calling options. Choose to forward the message to anyone in your PHONE BOOK, CALL HISTORY, or you can choose ENTER NUMBER.

Note: Forwarding a text message is a speed dependent feature and can only be done when the vehicle is traveling at 3 mph (5 km/h) or less.

Note: Only one recipient is allowed per text message.

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USING THE QUICK DIAL FEATURE

SYNC allows you to store phone book contacts and numbers from your call history folder in 1–5 of your memory presets for quick access.

Note: This feature is not available if your audio system has 10 memory presets (0–9).

To store a number as a Quick Dial to a memory preset: When in phone book or call history and the contact’s information is active in the display, press and hold a memory preset until confirmation appears in the display.

Note: Quick dials are only available when the phone with which they were saved is actively paired with SYNC .

To access/call numbers stored in the Quick Dial:

1.Press to enter PHONE MENU.

2.Press the memory preset (1–5) containing the desired contact information. The stored information will appear in the radio display.

3.To initiate the call, press or press the respective memory preset again.

ACTIVE CALL MENU OPTIONS

Once a call is active within SYNC , the following menu options are available:

PRIVACY ON/OFF

HOLD ON/OFF

ENTER TONES

JOIN ON/OFF (Available when you have two active calls)

PHONE BOOK

CALL HISTORY

RETURN

Refer to the following sections for further information.

Using privacy mode

SYNC allows you to easily switch a call from an active hands-free environment to your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone for a more private conversation. To turn privacy mode on/off:

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

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1.Press MENU. The radio display will read CALL MENU.

2.Scroll repeatedly until PRIVACY appears in the radio display.

3.Press OK. The radio display will read PRIVACY ON/PRIVACY OFF?

4.Press OK to activate privacy mode. The radio display will read IN PRIVACY and the system will transfer the call to your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone.

Note: Some phones will disconnect from SYNC and transfer the active call directly to the connected phone.

Putting a call on/off hold

You can put an active phone call on hold to have a private conversation within the vehicle cabin, or to answer another incoming call. To put an active call on hold:

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

1.Press MENU. The display will read CALL MENU.

2.Scroll repeatedly until HOLD appears in the radio display.

3.Press OK. The display will read HOLD ON/OFF.

4.Press OK when the desired selection appears in the radio display.

Note: If you are putting the current call on hold to answer another call, press to answer the incoming call. Each subsequent press of will

put the active call on hold and reactivate the call on hold.

Enter tones

While in an active call, SYNC allows you to enter tones (i.e. entering numbers for passwords), using the radio display.

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

1.When on an active call, press MENU.

2.Scroll repeatedly until ENTER TONES appears in the radio display.

3.Press OK.

4.Scroll repeatedly until the desired number appears in the radio display.

5.Press OK. An audible tone will sound as confirmation. Repeat the process as many times as necessary.

Joining two calls (multiparty /conference call)

To join two separate calls and speak to both through SYNC :

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

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1. When on an active call, press . This will put your first call on hold.

2.Place the second call by accessing the contact information through SYNC or by using voice recognition and saying the contact name or number and placing the call.

3.Once you are actively in the second call, press MENU. CALL MENU will appear.

4.Scroll repeatedly until JOIN CALLS appears in the radio display.

5.Press OK. The display will read JOIN CALLS?

6.Press OK to confirm. The system will join both calls into one and you will be able to speak to both parties at the same time. The radio display will indicate that your conference call is active.

Note: SYNC supports a maximum of three callers on a multiparty/conference call.

Accessing your call history and phone book during an active call

Note: Accessing your phone book is a speed dependent feature. The vehicle must be moving less than 3 mph (5 km/h) to use this feature.

You can access your call history and phone book while on an active call.

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

1.Press MENU. The display will read CALL MENU.

2.Scroll repeatedly until CALL HISTORY / PHONE BOOK appears in the display.

3.Press OK. The system will take you to the chosen menu item.

Refer to Call History and Accessing your phone book for further details on making selections in those menus.

HOW SYNC INTERACTS WITH YOUR BLUETOOTH ENABLED

CELLULAR PHONE

While SYNC has a variety of features, many of them are dependent on your device’s functionality. To ensure that you have a compatible device or to check which features are compatible with SYNC , please check your device’s user guide and also visit www.SyncMyRide.com.

One of the main features of SYNC is hands-free calling which works in conjunction with your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone to offer many options within the SYNC PHONE MENU.

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Press to access the following items when you are not in an active call:

PHONE MENU

Note: PHONE MENU will appear briefly to indicate that you are in the PHONE MENU.

PHONE REDIAL

CALL HISTORY

PHONE BOOK

TEXT MESSAGE

PHONE SETTINGS

APPLICATIONS (if available)

SYSTEM SETTINGS

VEH HEALTH (if equipped — U.S. only)

911 ASSIST™ (if equipped)

EXIT PHONE

PHONE REDIAL

Phone redial will prompt your cellular phone with Bluetooth wireless technology to redial the last number called (if available).

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

1.Press to enter PHONE MENU.

2.PHONE REDIAL will appear in the radio display.

3.Press OK to confirm the selection.

4.The display will read REDIAL? Press OK to confirm. The radio display will read REDIALING . . . . as it is placing the call.

CALL HISTORY

Note: This is a phone dependent feature. If your phone doesn’t support downloading call history via Bluetooth, SYNC will keep track of calls made with SYNC .

You can access any previously dialed, received or missed calls while your Bluetooth enabled phone has been connected to SYNC .

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

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1.Press to enter PHONE MENU.

2.Scroll repeatedly until CALL HISTORY appears in the radio display.

3.Press OK to confirm the selection and enter the CALL HISTORY menu.

4.Scroll repeatedly to cycle through INCOMING, OUTGOING or MISSED.

5.Press OK when the desired selection appears in the radio display.

6.Scroll repeatedly to cycle through the desired calls.

7.Press OK or to call the desired selection.

Note: SYNC will attempt to automatically re-download your phone book/call history each time your phone connects to SYNC (if the auto download feature is on and if your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone supports this feature).

ACCESSING YOUR PHONE BOOK

Note: This is a phone dependent feature.

Note: This is a speed dependent feature. The vehicle must be moving less than 3 mph (5 km/h) to browse your phone book. However, if your phone supports phone book downloads, you can access your contacts at any time by pressing VOICE or and saying the contact’s name.

When you pair your phone with SYNC , you can choose to download your cellular phone book. SYNC can support downloading up to approximately 2,000 entries per Bluetooth enabled phone.

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

1.Press to enter PHONE MENU.

2.Scroll repeatedly until PHONE BOOK appears in the radio display.

3.Press OK to confirm the selection. If there are fewer than 255 listings, SYNC will list them alphabetically in flat file mode. If there are more than 255 entries listed, SYNC will organize them into quick select alphabetical categories (i.e. AAAAA-MMMMM and MMMMN — ZZZZZ). The number of categories will vary depending on the number of entries downloaded.

4.If there are more than 255 entries, scroll repeatedly to cycle through these categories until the desired category appears in the radio display.

5.Press OK to confirm.

6.Scroll repeatedly to cycle through the desired contact.

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7. Once the desired entry is reached, press OK or to call the entry.

For further information, refer to Modifying your phone book.

Note: If the auto download feature is on, SYNC will automatically re-download your phone book/call history every time your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone connects to SYNC .

TEXT MESSAGING

Note: Downloading and sending text messages via Bluetooth is a phone dependent feature.

To access the text messaging menu:

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

1.Press to enter PHONE MENU.

2.Scroll repeatedly until TEXT MESSAGE appears in the radio display.

3.Press OK to confirm the selection. If SYNC detects that your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone does not support downloading text

messaging via Bluetooth, UNSUPPORTED will appear in the radio display and SYNC will return you to the main menu.

4.INBOX XX will appear in the radio display showing the number of messages in your inbox.

5.Press OK to have SYNC read your message back to you.

6.Scroll repeatedly to cycle through:

SEND NEW MSG

DOWNLOAD MSG

DELETE ALL

RETURN

7. Once your desired selection appears on the screen, press OK to confirm your selection. Refer to the following specific section(s) for further details on these options.

Sending new text messages

Note: This is a speed dependent feature. The vehicle must be moving less than 3 mph (5 km/h) to use this feature.

SYNC allows you to send new text messages using a predefined set of 15 messages. To access and choose from these messages:

Note: To scroll, press SEEK or / .

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1.Press to enter PHONE MENU.

2.Scroll repeatedly until TEXT MESSAGE appears in the radio display.

3.Press OK to confirm the selection. If SYNC detects that your Bluetooth enabled cellular phone does not support downloading text

messaging via Bluetooth, UNSUPPORTED will appear in the radio display and SYNC will return you to the main menu.

4.INBOX XX will appear in the radio display showing the number of messages in your inbox.

5.Scroll repeatedly until SEND NEW MSG appears in the radio display.

6.Press OK to confirm. SYNC will now allow you to cycle through the list.

7.Scroll repeatedly to cycle through the following predefined messages:

Can’t talk right now

Call me

Call you later

C U in 10 minutes

C U in 20 minutes

Yes

No

Why?

Thanks

Where R you?

I need more directions

I love you

Too funny

Can’t wait to see you

I’m stuck in traffic

 

Note: Your text messages may vary depending on your audio system. For example, your system may have the text message ‘B there in

5 minutes’ instead of ‘C U in 5 minutes’.

8.When the desired listing appears on the screen, press OK to confirm the selection. Once you know the message you want to send, you will now select to whom you are sending the message.

9.Scroll repeatedly to cycle through:

PHONE BOOK: Allows you to select a name within your phone book to send the message.

CALL HISTORY: Allows you to select from your recent calls.

ENTER NUMBER: Allows you to audibly enter phone numbers.

10.When the desired selection appears in the radio display, press OK to confirm and scroll to cycle through the selections to reach the desired phone number.

11.The display will read SEND MESSAGE? Press OK to confirm. SYNC will take you back to your inbox.

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