Introduction

Introduction  - Cell phone voice control - Infotainment - Volvo S60 Owners Manual - Volvo S60

The infotainment system's voice control feature1 enables the driver to voice-activate certain functions in a Bluetooth-connected cell phone or the navigation system.

NOTE NOTE

  • The information in this section applies to using voice commands to operate a Bluetooth􀂟-connected cell phone. See also the section "Bluetooth􀂟 hands-free connection" beginning on page 232 for detailed information about using a cell phone with the vehicle's infotainment system.
  • The navigation system has a separate user's guide containing information about voice commands for operating that system.

Voice commands offer convenience and help avoid distractions so that you can concentrate on driving and focus your attention on road and traffic conditions.

WARNING WARNING

As the driver, you have full responsibility for operating the vehicle safely and adhering to all applicable traffic regulations.

The voice control feature provides access to a number of functions in the Bluetooth handsfree and navigation systems while allowing you to keep your hands on the steering wheel. Input is in dialogue form using spoken commands from the user and verbal prompts from the system. Voice control uses the same microphone as the Bluetooth hands-free system (see the illustration on page 232) and system prompts are provided through the infotainment system's front speakers.

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