Dialing a number

Dialing a number  - Using voice commands - Cell phone voice control - Infotainment - Volvo XC60 Owners Manual - Volvo XC60

The system understands the digits zero to nine.

These numbers can be spoken individually, in groups of several digits at a time, or the entire number can be given at once. Numbers above nine will not be recognized.

The following is an example of a voice command dialogue. The system's response may vary depending on the situation.

The user initiates the dialogue by saying:

Phone > dial number

or

Phone dial number

System response

Number please

User action

Begin saying the digits in the phone number. If you say several digits and pause, the system will repeat them and prompt you by saying "Continue."

Continue saying the digits. When you have finished, complete the command by saying "Dial."

• You can also change the number by using the commands "Correction" (which deletes the last group of digits spoken) or "Delete" (which will erase the entire phone number).

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