BMW 5 Series: Incoming call - Controls - Telephone - Communication - BMW 5 Series Owners ManualsBMW 5 Series: Incoming call

Receiving calls

If the number of the caller is stored in the phone book and is transmitted by the network, the name of the contact is displayed. Otherwise, only the phone number is displayed.

If more than one phone number is assigned to a contact, only the name of the contact is displayed.

For calls on the additional telephone, the number is only displayed if it is transmitted by the network.

An incoming call to the additional telephone is automatically rejected if there is an active call on the other telephone.

Accepting a call

Via iDrive

"Accept"

Via the button on the steering wheel

Via the button on the steering wheel

Via the instrument cluster Press the button.

Via the instrument cluster

"Accept"

Rejecting a call

Via iDrive

Via the instrument cluster "Reject"

Via the instrument cluster

"Reject"

Ending a call

Via iDrive

"End call"

Via the button on the steering wheel

Via the button on the steering wheel

Via the instrument cluster Press the button.

Via the instrument cluster

"End call"

    Adjusting the volume
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    Entering a phone number
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