Using the Delete Command

The delete command is used to delete specific name tags.

To delete name tags:

1. Press ► For vehicles without a navigation system, the system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone..

► For vehicles without a navigation system, the system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

► For vehicles with a navigation system, the system responds with a tone. After the tone, say “Hands Free.” The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Delete.” The system responds “Delete, please say the name tag,” followed by a tone.

3. Say the name tag to be deleted.

The system responds “Would you like to delete, <name tag>?

Please say yes or no.” . If the name tag is correct, say “Yes” to delete the name tag. The system responds with “OK, deleting <name tag>, returning to the main menu.” . If the name tag is incorrect, say “No.” The system responds with “No. OK, let's try again, please say the name tag.”

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