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Chevrolet Cruze Owners Manual: Bluetooth (Voice Recognition)

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Using Voice Recognition

To use voice recognition, press the Use the commands below for the various voice features. For additional information, button located on the steering wheel. Use the commands below for the various voice features. For additional information, say “Help” while you are in a voice recognition menu.

Pairing

A Bluetooth-enabled cell phone must be paired to the Bluetooth system and then connected to the vehicle before it can be used. See your cell phone manufacturer's user guide for Bluetooth functions before pairing the cell phone. If a Bluetooth phone is not connected, calls will be made using OnStar Hands-Free Calling, if available.

Pairing Information

• A Bluetooth phone with MP3 capability cannot be paired to the vehicle as a phone and an MP3 player at the same time.

• Up to five cell phones can be paired to the Bluetooth system.

•  The pairing process is disabled when the vehicle is moving.

•  Pairing only needs to be completed once, unless the pairing information on the cell phone changes or the cell phone is deleted from the system.

•  Only one paired cell phone can be connected to the Bluetooth system at a time.

•  If multiple paired cell phones are within range of the system, the system connects to the first available paired cell phone in the order that they were first paired to the system. To link to a different paired phone, see “Linking to a Different Phone” later in this section.

Pairing a Phone

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Bluetooth.” This command can be skipped.

3. Say “Pair.” The system responds with instructions and a four-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN). The PIN is used in Step 5.

4. Start the pairing process on the cell phone that you want to pair.

For help with this process, see your cell phone manufacturer's user guide.

5. Locate the device named “Your Vehicle” in the list on the cell phone. Follow the instructions on the cell phone to enter the PIN provided in Step 3. After the PIN is successfully entered, the system prompts you to provide a name for the paired cell phone.

This name will be used to indicate which phones are paired and connected to the vehicle. The system responds with “<Phone name> has been successfully paired” after the pairing process is complete.

6. Repeat Steps 1–5 to pair additional phones.

Listing All Paired and Connected Phones

The system can list all cell phones paired to it. If a paired cell phone is also connected to the vehicle, the system responds with “is connected” after that phone name.

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Bluetooth.”
3. Say “List.”

Deleting a Paired Phone

If the phone name you want to delete is unknown, see “Listing All Paired and Connected Phones.” 1. Press responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Bluetooth.”
3. Say “Delete.” The system asks for which phone to delete.

4. Say the name of the phone you want to delete.

Connecting to a Different Phone

To connect to a different cell phone, the Bluetooth system looks for the next available cell phone in the order in which all available cell phones were paired. Depending on which cell phone you want to connect to, you may have to use this command several times.

1. Press b / g. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Bluetooth.”
3. Say “Change phone.”

•  If another cell phone is found, the response will be “<Phone name> is now connected.”
•  If another cell phone is not found, the original phone remains connected.

Storing and Deleting Phone Numbers

The system can store up to 30 phone numbers as name tags in the Hands-Free Directory that is shared between the Bluetooth and OnStar systems.

The following commands are used to delete and store phone numbers.

Store

: This command will store a phone number, or a group of numbers as a name tag.

Digit Store:

This command allows a phone number to be stored as a name tag by entering the digits one at a time.

Delete

: This command is used to delete individual name tags.

Delete

All Name Tags

: This command deletes all stored name tags in the Hands-Free Calling Directory and the Destinations Directory.

Using the “Store” Command

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Store.”
3. Say the phone number or group of numbers you want to store all at once with no pauses, then follow the directions given by the system to save a name tag for this number.

Using the “Digit Store” Command

If an unwanted number is recognized by the system, say “Clear” at any time to clear the last number.

To hear all of the numbers recognized by the system, say “Verify” at any time.

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Digit Store.”
3. Say each digit, one at a time, that you want to store. After each digit is entered, the system repeats back the digit it heard followed by a tone. After the last digit has been entered, say “Store,” and then follow the directions given by the system to save a name tag for this number.

Using the “Delete” Command

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Delete.”
3. Say the name tag you want to delete.

Using the “Delete All Name Tags” Command

This command deletes all stored name tags in the Hands Free Calling Directory and the Destinations Directory.

To delete all name tags: 1. Press by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Delete all name tags.”

Listing Stored Numbers

The list command will list all stored numbers and name tags.

Using the “List” Command

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Directory.”
3. Say “Hands Free Calling.” 4. Say “List.”

Making a Call

Calls can be made using the following commands.

Dial or Call:

The dial or call command can be used interchangeably to dial a phone number or a stored name tag.

Digit Dial:

This command allows a phone number to be dialed by entering the digits one at a time.

Re-dial:

This command is used to dial the last number used on the cell phone.

Using the “Dial” or “Call” Command

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Dial” or “Call.” 3. Say the entire number without pausing or say the name tag.

Once connected, the person called will be heard through the audio speakers.

Calling 911 Emergency

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Dial” or “Call.” 3. Say “911.”
4. Say “Dial” or “Call.”

Using the “Digit Dial” Command

The digit dial command allows a phone number to be dialed by entering the digits one at a time.

After each digit is entered, the system repeats back the digit it heard followed by a tone.

If an unwanted number is recognized by the system, say “Clear” at any time to clear the last number.

To hear all of the numbers recognized by the system, say “Verify” at any time.

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Digit Dial.”
3. Say each digit, one at a time, that you want to dial. After each digit is entered, the system repeats back the digit it heard followed by a tone. After the last digit has been entered, say “Dial.” Once connected, the person called will be heard through the audio speakers.

Using the “Re-dial” Command

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. After the tone, say “Re-dial.” The system dials the last number called from the connected cell phone.

Once connected, the person called will be heard through the audio speakers.

Receiving a Call

When an incoming call is received, the audio system mutes and a ring tone is heard in the vehicle.

• Press • Press  to ignore a call. to answer the call.

• Press Call Waiting to ignore a call.

Call Waiting

Call waiting must be supported on the cell phone and enabled by the wireless service carrier.

• Press when another call is active. The original call is placed on hold. to answer an incoming call when another call is active. The original call is placed on hold.

• Press call. again to return to the original call.

• To ignore the incoming call, no action is required.

•  Press call and switch to the call on hold. to disconnect the current call and switch to the call on hold.

Three-Way Calling

Three-way calling must be supported on the cell phone and enabled by the wireless service carrier.

1. While on a call, press 2. Say “Three-way call.”.

2. Say “Three-way call.” 3. Use the dial or call command to dial the number of the third party to be called.

4. Once the call is connected, press Ending a Call to link all callers together.

Ending a Call

Press Muting a Call to end a call.

Muting a Call

During a call, all sounds from inside the vehicle can be muted so that the person on the other end of the call cannot hear them.

To mute a call, press say “Mute Call.” To cancel mute, press, and then say “Mute Call.” To cancel mute, press Transferring a Call , and then say “Un-mute Call.”

Transferring a Call

Audio can be transferred between the Bluetooth system and the cell phone.

The cell phone must be paired and connected with the Bluetooth system before a call can be transferred. The connection process can take up to two minutes after the ignition is turned to ON/RUN.

To Transfer Audio from the Bluetooth System to a Cell Phone

During a call with the audio in the vehicle: 1. Press 2. Say “Transfer Call.”.

2. Say “Transfer Call.”

To Transfer Audio to the Bluetooth System from a Cell Phone

During a call with the audio on the cell phone, press If the audio does not transfer to the vehicle, use the audio transfer feature on. The audio transfers to the vehicle. If the audio does not transfer to the vehicle, use the audio transfer feature on the cell phone. See your cell phone manufacturer's user guide for more information.

Voice Pass-Thru

Voice pass-thru allows access to the voice recognition commands on the cell phone. See your cell phone manufacturer's user guide to see if the cell phone supports this feature.

To access contacts stored in the cell phone: 1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Bluetooth.” This command can be skipped.

3. Say “Voice.” The system responds “OK, accessing <phone name>.”

The cell phone's normal prompt messages will go through their cycle according to the phone's operating instructions.

Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) Tones

The Bluetooth system can send numbers and the numbers stored as name tags during a call. You can use this feature when calling a menu-driven phone system.

Account numbers can also be stored for use.

Sending a Number or Name Tag During a Call

1. Press followed by a tone.. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Dial.”
3. Say the number or name tag to send.

Clearing the System

Unless information is deleted out of the in-vehicle Bluetooth system, it will be retained indefinitely. This includes all saved name tags in the phone book and phone pairing information. For information on how to delete this information, see the previous sections on “Deleting a Paired Phone” and “Deleting Name Tags.”

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