Buick Regal: Using the Delete Command - Bluetooth (Voice Recognition) - Phone - Infotainment System - Buick Regal Owners ManualBuick Regal: Using the Delete Command

The delete command is used to delete specific name tags.

To delete name tags:

1. Press ► For vehicles without a navigation system, the system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone..

► For vehicles without a navigation system, the system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

► For vehicles with a navigation system, the system responds with a tone. After the tone, say “Hands Free.” The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Delete.” The system responds “Delete, please say the name tag,” followed by a tone.

3. Say the name tag to be deleted.

The system responds “Would you like to delete, <name tag>?

Please say yes or no.” . If the name tag is correct, say “Yes” to delete the name tag. The system responds with “OK, deleting <name tag>, returning to the main menu.” . If the name tag is incorrect, say “No.” The system responds with “No. OK, let's try again, please say the name tag.”

    Deleting Name Tags
    The system uses the following commands to delete name tags: ► Delete ► Delete all name tags ...

    Using the Delete All Name Tags Command
    The delete all name tags command deletes all stored phone book name tags and route name tags for OnStar, if stored. To delete all name tags: 1. Press . ► For vehicles without a navigation sy ...

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