Volvo XC60: Using voice commands - Cell phone voice control - Infotainment - Volvo XC60 Owner's ManualVolvo XC60: Using voice commands

The driver initiates a voice command dialogue by pressing the voice control button (see the illustration on page 241).

When a dialogue has been initiated, commonly used commands will be shown in the display.

Grayed-out texts or texts in parentheses are not part of the spoken command.

Once you become familiar with the system, you can speed up the command dialogue by briefly pressing the voice control button to skip prompts from the system.

Commands can be given in several ways.

For example, the command "Phone call contact" can be spoken as:

• "Phone > Call contact"—say "Phone," wait for a system response, and then continue by saying "Call contact."

• "Phone call contact"—give the entire command at one time

The following is a list of features that can be voice-controlled with a Bluetooth®-connected cell phone.

Other voice control settings found in MY CAR
• Voice user setting: Two user profiles can be set by pressing MY CAR and going to Settings Voice settings Voice user setting. Select User 1 or User 2. • Voice output volume: Press ...

Shortcut commands for using the phone can be found in the MY CAR menu system, under Settings Voice settings Voice command list Phone commands and General commands. See page 133 for mor ...

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