How to make or receive hands-free callsHow to make or receive hands-free calls  - Bluetooth® 2.0 interface - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi ASX Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi ASX

You can make or receive hands-free calls using a Bluetooth® compatible cellular phone connected to the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.

You can also use the phone books in the Bluetooth ® 2.0 interface to make calls without dialling telephone numbers.

To make a call

You can make a call in the following 3 ways using the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface:

Making a call by saying a telephone number, making a call using the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface’s phone book, and making a call by redialing.

Making a call by using the telephone number

You can make a call by saying the telephone number.

1. Press the SPEECH button.
2. Say “Dial.”
3. After the voice guide says “Number please,” say the telephone number.
4. The voice guide will say “Dialing <number recognised>.”

The Bluetooth® 2.0 interface will then make the call.

When the confirmation function is on, the system will confirm again the telephone number.

To continue with that number, answer

“Yes.”

To change the telephone number, answer “No.” The system will say “Number please” then say the telephone number again.

• In the case of English, the system will recognise both “zero” and “oh” (Letter NOTE

• In the case of English, the system will recognise both “zero” and “oh” (Letter “o”) for the number “0.” • The Bluetooth® 2.0 interface supports numbers (0 to 9) and characters (+, # and *).

• The maximum supported telephone number length is as follows:

• International telephone number: + and telephone numbers (to 18 digits).
• Except for international telephone number:

telephone numbers (to 19 digits).

Making a call using a phone book

You can make calls using the vehicle phone book or mobile phone book of the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.

For details on the phone books, refer to “Phone book function”.

1. Press the SPEECH button.

2. Say “Call.”

• If you say “Call” when the vehicle phone book and the mobile phone book are NOTE

• If you say “Call” when the vehicle phone book and the mobile phone book are empty, the voice guide will say “The vehicle phone book is empty. Would you like to add a new entry now?”

Answer “Yes,” and the voice guide will say “Entering the phone book - new entry menu.” You can now create data in the vehicle phone book.

Answer “No,” to return to the main menu.

3. After the voice guide says “Name please,” say the name you want to call, from those registered in the phone book.

4. If there is only one match, the system proceeds to Step 5.

If there are two or more matches, the voice guide will say “More than one match was found, would you like to call <returned name>.” If that person is the one you want to call, answer “Yes.”

Answer “No,” and the name of the next matching person will be uttered by the voice guide.

• If you say “No” to all names read by the system, the voice guide will say “Name NOTE

• If you say “No” to all names read by the system, the voice guide will say “Name not found, returning to main menu” and the system will return to the main menu.

5. If only one telephone number is registered under the name you just said, the voice guide proceeds to Step 6.

If two or more telephone numbers are registered that match the name you just said, the voice guide will say “Would you like to call <name> at [home], [work], [mobile], or [other]?” Select the location to call.

• If the name you selected has matching data in the vehicle phone book but no NOTE

• If the name you selected has matching data in the vehicle phone book but no telephone number is registered under the selected location, the voice guide will say “{home/work/ mobile/other} not found for <name>. Would you like to add location or try again?” Say “Try again,” and the system will return to Step 3.

Say “Add location” and you can register an additional telephone number under the selected location.

• If the name you selected has matching data in the mobile phone book but no telephone number is registered under the selected location, the voice guide will say “{home/work/ mobile/other} not found for <name>. Would you like to try again?”

Answer “Yes,” and the system will return to Step 3.

Answer “No,” and the call will be cancelled.

Start over again from Step 1.

6. The voice guide will say “Calling <name>

<location>” and then the system will dial the telephone number.

• When the confirmation function is on, the system will ask if the name and location NOTE

• When the confirmation function is on, the system will ask if the name and location of the receiver are correct.

If the name is correct, answer “Yes.”

If you want to change the name or location to call, answer “No.” The system will return to Step 3.

Redialing

You can redial the last number called, based on the history of dialed calls in the paired cellular phone.

Use the following procedure to redial.

1. Press the SPEECH button.

2. Say “Redial.”

SEND function

During a call, press the SPEECH button to enter voice recognition mode, then say “<numbers>

SEND” to generate DTMF tones.

For example, if during a call you need to simulate the press of a phone button as a response to an automated system, press the SPEECH button and speak “1 2 3 4 pound SEND” and the 1234# will be sent on your cellular phone.

Receiving calls

If an incoming phone call is received while the ignition switch or the operation mode is in ON or ACC, the audio system will be automatically turned on and switched to the incoming call, even when the audio system was originally off.

The voice guide announcement for the incoming call will be output from the front passenger’s seat speaker.

If the CD player or radio was playing when the incoming call was received, the audio system will mute the sound from the CD player or radio and output only the incoming call.

To receive the call, press the PICK-UP button on the steering wheel control switch.

When the call is over, the audio system will return to its previous state.

MUTE function

At any time during a call, you can mute the vehicle microphone.

Pressing the SPEECH button and then saying “Mute” during a call will turn ON the MUTE function and mute the microphone.

Saying “Mute off” in the same way will turn off the MUTE function and cancel the mute on the microphone.

Switching between hands-free mode and private mode

The Bluetooth® 2.0 interface can switch between Hands-free mode (Hands-free calls) and private mode (calls using cellular phone).

If you press the SPEECH button and say “Transfer call” during a Hands-free call, you can stop the Hands-free mode and talk in private mode.

To return to Hands-free mode, press the SPEECH button again and say “Transfer call”.

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