Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) Tones

The in-vehicle Bluetooth system can send numbers and the numbers stored as name tags during a call.

Use this feature when calling a menu-driven phone system.

Account numbers can also be stored for use.

Sending a Number During a Call

1. Press The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.
2. Say “Dial.” The system responds “Say a number to send tones,” followed by a tone.
3. Say the number to send.

► If the system recognizes the number, it responds “OK, Sending Number” and the dial tones are sent and the call continues.

► If the system does not recognize the number, it responds “Dial Number, please say yes or no?,” followed by a tone. If the number is correct, say “Yes.” The system responds “OK, Sending Number” and the dial tones are sent and the call continues.

Sending a Stored Name Tag During a Call

1. Press The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.
2. Say “Send name tag.” The system responds “Say a name tag to send tones,” followed by a tone.
3. Say the name tag to send.

► If the system recognizes the number, it responds “OK, Sending <name tag>” and the dial tones are sent and the call continues.

► If the system does not recognize the name tag, it responds “Dial <name tag>, please say yes or no?,” followed by a tone. If the name tag is correct, say “Yes.” The system responds with “OK, Sending <name tag>” and the dial tones are sent and the call continues.

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