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Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual: Talking on the phone

The call screen opens when you perform the following operations.

While talking on the phone, this screen is displayed. The operations outlined below can be performed on this screen.

Call screen
Call screen

Call (Dialpad) screen (DTMF)
Call (Dialpad) screen (DTMF)

  1. Open the "Options" screen. Refer to "Phone volume settings"
  2. Mute your voice to the other party.

    Touch this key again to deactivate the Mute mode. This key is disabled in the private mode.

  3. Change the mode to private mode.

    The other party's voice emits from the cell phone. Touch this key again to deactivate the private mode.

  4. End the call. This will return you to the phone (menu) screen when ending outgoing calls and the previous screen when ending incoming calls.

    This function is the same as pressing the on hook switch on the steering wheel.

  5. Open the call (dialpad) screen. For details about how to use the function, refer to "By Dialpad"
  6. Switch the screen to the phone (menu) screen.
  7. Allow you to make DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) calls. The numbers you enter are sent as tone signals.

NOTE

Receiving a call
Incoming calls When a call is received, the incoming call screen is displayed with a sound. When you receive a phone call while the cell phone is connected, the screen changes to the incoming c ...

Phone settings
You can transfer the phonebook information and adjust the volume of your phone using the Bluetooth phone system. NOTE The ringer volume for outgoing and incoming calls, as well as the volume ...

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