Ford Fusion: Using the telephone - Vehicles With: Travel Pilot EX - Telephone - Ford Fusion Owners manualFord Fusion: Using the telephone - Vehicles With: Travel Pilot EX

This chapter describes the phonefunctions of the Navigation SystemTravelPilot EX.

Note: Refer to your Navigation SystemTravelPilot EX guide for details of thecontrols.

An active phone must be present.

Even if connected to the NavigationSystem TravelPilot EX, your phone canstill be used in the usual way.

Making a call

Dialling a number - cradle phone

Using the cradle phone allows you toaccess your mobile phone address book.

The entries will appear in the TravelPilotEX display.

1. Press the PHONE button on the audiounit.

2. Using the PHONEBOOK option inthe menu.

3. Choose one of the letter areas.

4. Turning the right rotary entry control,select the desired phone number.

5. By pressing the INFO button thedetails of the phonebook entry can bedisplayed.

6. Press the right rotary entry controlbutton.

Dialling a number - Bluetooth phone

Using the Bluetooth phone, phonenumbers can be dialled using voicecontrol, refer to the Voice controlchapter.

Ending a call

Calls can be ended by either:

• pressing the reject button.

• pressing the MODE button on theremote switch.

• pressing the off button on thenavigation system.

• pressing the right rotary entry controlbutton.

Redialling a number - cradle phone

1. Press the PHONE button on the audiounit.

2. Press the MENU button.

3. Select the CALL OUT list, CALL INlist or REDIAL.

4. Press the PHONE button on the audiounit to dial the desired phone number.

Redialling a number - Bluetoothphone

1. Press the PHONE button on the audiounit.

2. Press the MENU button.

3. Select REDIAL.

4. Press the PHONE button on the audiounit to dial the phone number.

Handling an incoming call

Accepting an incoming call

Incoming calls can be accepted by either:

• pressing the accept button.

• pressing the MODE button on theremote control.

• pressing the PHONE button on theaudio unit.

• using the ACCEPT option in themenu.

Rejecting an incoming call

Incoming calls can be rejected by either:

• pressing the reject button.

• pressing one of the following buttonson the audio unit: CD, AM/FM.

• using the REJECT option in themenu.

Note: You cannot reject an incoming callusing the remote control MODE button.

Handling a second incomingcall

Note: The second incoming call functionmust be activated in your phone.

If there is an incoming call, whilst there isan ongoing call, a beep will be heard andyou will have the option to end the activecall and to accept the incoming call.

Accepting a second incoming call

Second incoming calls can be acceptedby either:

• Pressing the accept button.

• Pressing the MODE button on theremote control.

• Pressing the PHONE button on theaudio unit.

• Using the ACCEPT option in themenu.

Note: This will cancel the ongoing call.

Rejecting a second incoming call

Second incoming calls can be rejected bypressing either:

• The teject button.

• one of the following buttons on theaudio unit: CD, AM/FM.

Changing the active phone

Note: Phones must be bonded to thesystem before they can be made active.

1. Press the PHONE button on the audiounit.

2. Using the ACTIVE PHONE option inthe menu, select the active phonefrom the list using the preset buttons.

Debonding a bonded phone

A bonded phone can be deleted from thesystem at any time, unless a phone call isin progress.

1. Press the PHONE button on the audiounit.

2. Select the DEBOND option in themenu.

3. Select the phone from the list by usingthe preset buttons.

Note: After bonding a Bluetooth phoneto the system, this becomes the activephone.

However, in some cases the Bluetoothphone has to be activated by pressingthe appropriate station button on theaudio or navigation unit.

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