Bluetooth® Hands-Free

• Close the windows and/or the moonroof to reduce loud noises from outside the vehicle. Turn down the airflow of the air-conditioning system while Bluetooth® Hands-Free is being used.‌

• Make sure the vents are not directing air up towards the microphone.

NOTE

If the voice recognition performance is not satisfactory.

Refer to Troubleshooting on page 5-106.

Bluetooth® Hands-Free

Making a Call

Phonebook Usage

Telephone calls can be made by saying the contact name in the downloaded phonebook or the name of a person whose phone number has been registered in the Bluetooth® Hands-Free. Refer to Import contact (Download Phonebook).

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready.”

3. Say: [Beep] “Phone call”

4. Prompt: “Name, please.”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. “John”)”

(Say a name registered in the phonebook.)

The name spoken will be searched for in the phonebook.

If a contact is matched, go to Step 7. If multiple contacts are matched, go to Step 6.

6. Prompt: “Would you like to call XXXXX... (Choice 1)?”

(Person you would like to call)

Say: [Beep] “Yes.” Then go to Step 7. (Person you do not want to call) Say: [Beep] “No” Then go to Step 6 (Maximum 3 times)

7. Prompt: “Would you like to call XXXXX... (Ex. “John”) at home, at work, or mobile, or other... or press the hang-up button to exit Hands-Free mode.”

8. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. “at

home”)”

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9. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. “John”) XXXX (Ex. “at home”). Press the pick- up button to call, or say Go Back to enter a different name.”

10. (Dialing) Press the pick-up button or say “Call”. Then go to Step 11. (Name correction) Say, “Go Back”. Then go back to Step 4.

11. The call is made.

NOTE

The name in the phonebook and location can be combined.

Ex. In Step 5, say, “John home”, then, Steps 6 to 8 can be skipped.

Screen operation

1. Touch the image on-screen tab to display the phonebook screen.

2. Touch the contact you would like to call to display the details for the contact.

3. Touch the desired phone number to make the call.

Import contact (Download Phonebook)

Phonebook data from your device (Mobile phone) can be sent and registered to your Bluetooth® Hands-Free phonebook using Bluetooth®.

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the image on-screen button.

3. Touch the image or image on-screen button to switch to the device operation.

NOTE

• If the phonebook has been already registered to the Hands-Free unit, the current phonebook is overwritten during “all phonebooks download”.

• A maximum of 1000 contacts can be registered to the phonebook.

• Phonebook, incoming/outgoing call record, and speed dialing memory are exclusive to each mobile phone to protect privacy.

4. Download will be started from the mobile phone.

Phonebook data deletion

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the contact information which you want to delete.

3. Touch the image on-screen button.

Call History Usage

A call can be made using the call history (incoming/outgoing history) downloaded from the mobile phone (Redial/Call back). The call history is downloaded automatically when connecting or pairing the Hands-Free and mobile phone.

NOTE

If an anonymous call is received, the phone number displayed in the Incoming Call History may be random numbers. This is because a mobile phone sends random numbers to the vehicle. In this case, please be aware that the Redial and Call back functions below may not operate.

Redial Function

This voice command makes a call to the last person you called (either from your mobile phone or from the vehicle).

1. Press the talk button.

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2. Prompt: “Ready.”

3. Say: [Beep] “Phone redial”

4. A call is made to the most recent call in the Call history (outgoing).

Call back Function

This voice command makes a call to the last person who called you.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready.”

3. Say: [Beep] “Phone call back”

4. A call is made to the most recent call in the Call history (incoming).

Speed Dial Function

A maximum of eight telephone numbers can be registered. It will take less time to make a call after registering the telephone number. In addition, you do not have to look for the person you want to call in the phonebook.

Speed Dial registration from phonebook

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the image on-screen button.

3. Touch the contact you would like to register to the speed dial.

4. Touch the telephone number you would like to register.

5. Verify that the registered name and telephone number are displayed in the phonebook, and touch the image on- screen button.

Making calls using the Speed Dial

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the contact information you would like to call.

Changing contact

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the image on-screen button.

3. Touch the image on-screen button.

4. Touch the contact you would like to register to the speed dial.

5. Touch the telephone number you would like to register.

6. Verify that the registered name and telephone number are displayed in the phonebook, and touch the image on- screen button.

Speed Dial contact deleting

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the image on-screen button for the contact you would like to delete.

3. Touch the image on-screen button to display the confirmation screen.

4. Touch the image on-screen button.

Telephone Number Input

NOTE

Practice this while parked until you are confident you can do it while driving in a non- taxing road situation. If you are not completely comfortable, make all calls from a safe parking position, and only start driving when you can devote your full attention to driving.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready.”

3. Say: [Beep] “Phone dial”

4. Prompt: “Number, please”

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5. Say: [Beep] “XXXXXXXXXXX (Ex.

“5551234”) (Telephone number)”

6. Prompt: “XXXXXXXXXXX. (Ex

“5551234”) (Telephone number (first choice))”

7. Prompt: “Press the pick-up button to dial, or continue to add numbers. You can also say ‘Option A’ or ‘Option B’ to replace the last block of digits with the displayed alternate, or say ‘Go Back’ to delete the last block of digits.”

NOTE

Option A is the second candidate, Option B is the third, and they may not be presented depending on the conditions.

8. (Dialing)

Press the pick-up button or say, “Dial”, then go to Step 9.

(Adding/inputting telephone number)

Say, “XXXX” (desired telephone number). Then go to Step 5. (The last recognized telephone

number is replaced by Option A or B)

Say, “Option A” or “Option B”. Then go to Step 6.

(Telephone number correction) Say, “Go Back”. The prompt replies, “The last entered numbers have been removed”. Then go back to Step 4 or Step 7.

9. The call is made.

Screen operation

1. Input the telephone number using the numerical keypad.

2. Touch the image on-screen button to make the call.

Numeral or symbol entry

Use the numerical keypad.

Long-press the image on-screen button to input image .

Touch the image on-screen button to delete the currently input value.

Emergency calls

A call can be made to the emergency phone number (911: U.S.A/Canada, 066: Mexico) using the voice input command. It may not function properly in some areas in Mexico.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Phone emergency”

4. Prompt: “Press the Pick-Up button to dial the Emergency number.”

5. (Dialing) Press the pick-up button or say “Call.”

6. Prompt: “Dialing XXX (911: U.S.A/C

anada, 066: Mexico).”

Automatic 911 (U.S.A./Canada only)

If the vehicle is involved in a moderate to severe collision, a call is made automatically to 911 from the connected device.

1. If the vehicle is involved in a moderate to severe collision, notification of the call to 911 is made via audio and screen display. To cancel the call, press the image on-screen button or hang-up button within 10 seconds.

2. If the image on-screen button or hang- up button is not pressed within 10 seconds, the call is made to 911 automatically.

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NOTE

• Automatic 911 is a secondary function of the audio entertainment system. Therefore, the automatic 911 function does not assure that the call is always made to 911 after an accident occurs.

• A Hands-free device must be paired and connected. The 911 operator can verify the vehicle's position information using the Hands-free device GPS if equipped.

The 911 operator can verify the vehicle’s position information.

(Switching automatic 911 on and off)

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CAUTION

CAUTION

CAUTION

The system can be set to not call 911 if the vehicle is involved in a moderate to severe collision.


Though the system can be set to not call 911, doing so will defeat the purpose of the system to immediately contact rescue personnel to assist you after your accident. For the safety of the driver and all passengers, Mazda recommends that the Automatic 911 system remain activated so that a call will be made to 911 when needed.

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the image on-screen button.

3. Touch the image on-screen button or image on-screen button.

4. Touch the image on screen button.

Receiving an Incoming Call

1. Prompt: “Incoming call, press the pick-up button to answer”

2. To accept the call, press the pick-up button or touch the image on-screen button.

To reject the call, press the hang-up button or touch the image on-screen button.

NOTE

To stop receiving phone calls, turn the Don't Disturb Me function on.


Hanging Up a Call

Press the hang-up button or touch the image on-screen button during the call.


Mute

The microphone can be muted during a call.

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Touch the on-screen button. Touch the on-screen button during mute to cancel the mute.


Transferring a call from Hands- Free to a mobile phone

Communication between the Hands-Free unit and a device (Mobile phone) is canceled, and the line can be switched to the device (Mobile phone) as a standard call.

Touch the image on-screen button.

NOTE

If the ignition is switched off during a Hands- Free call, the line is transferred to the device (Mobile phone) automatically.

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Transferring a call from a device (mobile phone) to Hands-Free

Communication between devices (mobile phone) can be switched to Bluetooth® Hands-Free.

Touch the image on-screen button.


Call interrupt

A call can be interrupted to receive an incoming call from a third party.

To switch to a new incoming call.

Touch the image on-screen button or press the pick-up button on the steering wheel.

NOTE

• After receiving a new incoming call, the previous call is placed on hold.

• Touch the image on-screen button or press the hang-up button on the steering wheel to refuse a call.

Switching between calls

Touch the image on-screen button or press the pick-up button on the steering wheel.

Three-way call function

Touch the image on-screen button.


DTMF (Dual Tone Multi- Frequency Signal) Transmission

This function is used when transmitting DTMF via the Numerical Keypad. The receiver of a DTMF transmission is generally a home telephone answering machine or a company's automated guidance call center.

1. Touch the image on-screen button after connecting to a home device or service to display the tone transmission screen.

2. Input the number using a numerical keypad.

NOTE

If the DTMF code has two or more digits or symbols, each one must be transmitted individually.


Receiving and Replying to Messages (only MAP 1.0)

SMS (Short Message Service) messages, MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) messages, and E-mail received by connected devices can be downloaded, displayed, and played (read by the system).

Additionally, replies can also be made to calls and messages in the received messages.

Downloading messages

Up to 15 new messages can be downloaded and displayed from a connected device.

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the image on-screen button.

NOTE

• Messages that have not been read are downloaded first.

• Attached data is not downloaded.

• Messages up to 160-bytes can be downloaded.

• A message list is created for each device.

• If there are unread messages, the receive icon is displayed.

• If the connected device does not correspond to MAP 1.0, the AT command is used to download. The downloaded message indicates that it is already read.

• Downloading using the AT command may not function depending on the connected device.

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Receiving messages

When a device receives a message, a message received notification is displayed.

When the image on-screen button is touched, the message is downloaded.

NOTE

To not display the message received notification, turn on the Don't Disturb Me function.

Displaying messages

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the message you want to display.

NOTE

• Touch the image on-screen button to display the next message, and press the image on-screen button to display the previous message.

• When the image on-screen button is pressed, the message content is played (read by the system).

Message playback

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the message you want to have played (read) back.

3. Touch the image on-screen button.

NOTE

To stop the message playback, touch the image on-screen button.

Calling a person who sent a message

Calls can be made to persons sending SMS and MMS messages.

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the message to which you want to make a call.

3. Touch the image on-screen button.

NOTE

Calls cannot be made to persons who have sent e-mail.

Replying to messages

Replies to received messages can be sent by selecting from the stored preset messages.

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the message to which you want to reply.

3. Touch the image on-screen button.

4. Select the sentence to be sent from the preset messages.

5. Press the image on-screen button.

NOTE

The preset messages cannot be changed.


Erasing messages

Downloaded messages can be erased.

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the message you want to erase.

3. Touch the image on-screen button.

4. Touch the image on-screen button.

NOTE

The messages stored in a device cannot be erased.


Don't Disturb Me function

A setting can be made to not notify you of incoming phone calls and messages.

1. Touch the image on-screen tab.

2. Touch the image on-screen button.

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3. To set, touch the image on-screen button or the image on-screen button.

4. Touch the image on screen button.

NOTE

The following operations are possible even when the Don't Disturb Me function is on.

• Downloading messages

• Downloading phone books

• Downloading the incoming/outgoing call record

• Sending messages


Audio Operation Using Voice Recognition

Audio on/off, audio mode switching, and audio operations can be done using voice recognition.

NOTE

(When playing a USB or iPod)

When a track is selected using voice recognition, the track list is set to VR Playlist.

Starting the audio

The audio can be started using voice recognition.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Turn on audio”

4. Power to the audio is turned on.

Turning off the audio

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Change mode”

4. Prompt: “Available audio modes are: AM, FM, FM1, FM2, Sirius, Sirius1, Sirius2, Sirius3, USB, iPod, Bluetooth® audio, Pandora®, CD, AUX, Turn off audio”

5. Say: [Beep] “Turn off audio”

6. Power to the audio is turned off.

Switching modes

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Change mode”

4. Prompt: “Available audio modes are: AM, FM, FM1, FM2, Sirius, Sirius1, Sirius2, Sirius3, USB, iPod, Bluetooth® audio, Pandora®, CD, AUX, Turn off audio”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXX (Ex. “AM”) (audio source)”

6. The audio source is switched.

NOTE

CD, SIRIUS digital satellite radio, USB, iPod, BT audio, and Pandora® modes cannot be selected in the following cases:

• SIRIUS digital satellite radio unit, USB device, iPod, BT audio, or Pandora® unit is not equipped on the audio system.

• CD has not been inserted.

The AUX mode is locked out unless you connect a commercially available portable audio unit (such as an MP3 player) to the auxiliary jack. Connect a portable audio unit or similar product on the market to the auxiliary jack to listen to music or audio over the vehicle's speakers.

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Playing selected track numbers (When playing a CD)

A desired track number on a CD can be played using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player on page 5-52.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Play track”

4. Prompt: “What track number would you like to play?”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXX (Ex. “15”) (Track number)”

6. The selected track number is played.

Playing selected artist

(When playing a USB or iPod)

Tracks from a desired artist on a USB device or iPod can be played using voice recognition.

Refer to How to use USB mode (Type B) on page 5-66.Refer to How to use iPod mode (Type B) on page 5-74.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Play”

4. Prompt: “Would you like to play by Artist, Album, Playlist, or Genre?”

5. Say: [Beep] “Artist”

6. Prompt: “What artist would you like to play?”

7. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex.

“Michael”) (Artist name)”

8. The name spoken will be searched for in the USB device or iPod.

If a contact is matched, go to Step 10. If multiple contacts are matched, go to Step 9.

9. Prompt: “Would you like to play XXXXX... (Choice 1)?”

(Artist you would like to play)

Say: [Beep] “Yes.” Then go to Step 10.

(Artist you do not want to play) Say: [Beep] “No.” Then go to Step 9. (Maximum 3 times)

10. The tracks for the selected artist are played.

Playing selected album

(When playing a USB or iPod)

The tracks from a desired album on a USB device or iPod can be played using voice recognition.

Refer to How to use USB mode (Type B) on page 5-66.Refer to How to use iPod mode (Type B) on page 5-74.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Play”

4. Prompt: “Would you like to play by Artist, Album, Playlist, or Genre?”

5. Say: [Beep] “Album”

6. Prompt: “What album would you like to play?”

7. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. “I am”)

(Album name)”

8. The name spoken will be searched for in the USB device or iPod.

If a contact is matched, go to Step 10. If multiple contacts are matched, go to Step 9.

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9. Prompt: “Would you like to play XXXXX... (Choice 1)?”

(Album you would like to play)

Say: [Beep] “Yes.” Then go to Step 10. (Album you do not want to play) Say: [Beep] “No.” Then go to Step 9. (Maximum 3 times)

10. The tracks from the selected album are played.

Playing selected playlist (When playing a USB or iPod)

The tracks from a desired playlist on a USB device or iPod can be played using voice recognition.

Refer to How to use USB mode (Type B) on page 5-66.Refer to How to use iPod mode (Type B) on page 5-74.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Play”.

4. Prompt: “Would you like to play by Artist, Album, Playlist, or Genre?”

5. Say: [Beep] “Playlist”

6. Prompt: “What playlist would you like to play?”

7. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. “My

favorite”) (Playlist name)”

8. The name spoken will be searched for in the USB device or iPod.

If a contact is matched, go to Step 10. If multiple contacts are matched, go to Step 9.

9. Prompt: “Would you like to play XXXXX... (Choice 1)?”

(Playlist you would like to play)

Say: [Beep] “Yes.” Then go to Step 10. (Playlist you do not want to play) Say: [Beep] “No.” Then go to Step 9. (Maximum 3 times)

10. The tracks from the selected playlist are played.

Playing selected genre

(When playing a USB or iPod)

Tracks from a desired genre on a USB device or iPod can be played using voice recognition.

Refer to How to use USB mode (Type B) on page 5-66.Refer to How to use iPod mode (Type B) on page 5-74.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Play”

4. Prompt: “Would you like to play by Artist, Album, Playlist, or Genre?”

5. Say: [Beep] “Genre”

6. Prompt: “What genre would you like to play?”

7. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. “Rock”)

(Genre name)”

8. The name spoken will be searched for in the USB device or iPod.

If a contact is matched, go to Step 10. If multiple contacts are matched, go to Step 9.

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9. Prompt: “Would you like to play XXXXX... (Choice 1)?”

(Genre you would like to play)

Say: [Beep] “Yes.” Then go to Step 10.

(Genre you do not want to play) Say: [Beep] “No.” Then go to Step 9. (Maximum 3 times)

10. Tracks from the selected genre are played.

Scan

(When playing a Radio, Sirius satellite radio, CD, or BT audio (AVRCP1.4)) The scan function for the radio, Sirius satellite radio, CD, or BT audio (AVRCP1.4) can be launched using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Radio on page 5-40.

Refer to Operating the Satellite Radio on page 5-44.

Refer to Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player on page 5-52.

Refer to How to Use the Bluetooth® Audio System on page 5-102.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Scan (or Scan Off)”

4. Scan is performed or stopped.

Mute

Muting of the audio can be done using voice recognition.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Mute (or Mute Off)”

4. Mute is performed or stopped.

Track search

(When playing a CD, USB, iPod, BT audio (AVRCP1.0/1.3/1.4))

The track up/down function can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player on page 5-52.

Refer to How to use USB mode (Type B) on page 5-66.

Refer to How to use iPod mode (Type B) on page 5-74.

Refer to How to Use the Bluetooth® Audio System on page 5-102.

Track up

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Next track”

4. The next track is played.

Track down

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Previous track”

4. The previous track is played.

Folder search

(When playing BT audio (AVRCP1.4)) The folder up/down function can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to How to Use the Bluetooth® Audio System on page 5-102.

Folder up

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Next folder”

4. The next folder is played.

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Folder down

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Previous folder”

4. The previous folder is played.

Pause/Resume

(When playing a CD, USB, iPod, BT audio (AVRCP1.0/1.3/1.4), Pandora®) Refer to Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player on page 5-52.

Refer to How to use USB mode (Type B) on page 5-66.

Refer to How to use iPod mode (Type B) on page 5-74.

Refer to How to Use the Bluetooth® Audio System on page 5-102.

Refer to How to Use Pandora® on page 5-104.

Pause

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Pause”

4. Playback is paused.

Resume playback

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. (When playing a CD, USB, iPod, BT audio (AVRCP1.0/1.3/1.4))

Repeat

(When playing a CD, USB, iPod, BT audio (AVRCP1.4))

The repeat function can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player on page 5-52.

Refer to How to use USB mode (Type B) on page 5-66.

Refer to How to use iPod mode (Type B) on page 5-74.

Refer to How to Use the Bluetooth® Audio System on page 5-102.

(When playing a CD)

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Repeat (or Repeat Off)”

4. Repeat is performed or stopped.

(When playing a USB, iPod)

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Repeat”

4. Prompt: “Available repeat options are Track and Off”

5. Say: [Beep] “Track (or Off)”

6. Track repeat is performed or stopped.

(When playing BT audio)

1. Press the talk button.

Say: [Beep] “Resume” (When playing Pandora®) Say: [Beep] “Play”

4. Playback is resumed.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Repeat”

4. Prompt: “Available repeat options are Track , Folder, and Off”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX (Track, Folder or Off)”

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6. If “Track” is spoken, track repeat is performed.

If “Folder” is spoken, folder repeat is performed.

If “Off” is spoken, repeat is stopped.

Shuffle

(When playing a CD, USB, iPod, BT audio (AVRCP1.4))

The shuffle function can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player on page 5-52.

Refer to How to use USB mode (Type B) on page 5-66.

Refer to How to use iPod mode (Type B) on page 5-74.

Refer to How to Use the Bluetooth® Audio System on page 5-102.

(When playing a CD)

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Shuffle (or Shuffle Off)”

4. Shuffle is performed or stopped.

(When playing a USB, iPod)

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Shuffle”

4. Prompt: “Available shuffle options are Album, Song, and Off”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX (Album, Song or Off)”

6. If “Album” is spoken, album shuffle is performed.

If “Song” is spoken, song shuffle is performed.

If “Off” is spoken, shuffle is stopped.

(When playing BT audio)

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Shuffle”

4. Prompt: “Available shuffle options are Folder , All, and Off”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX (Folder, All or Off)”

6. If “Folder” is spoken, folder shuffle is performed.

If “All” is spoken, device shuffle is performed.

If “Off” is spoken, shuffle is stopped.

Switching between display/non-display of radio text information (U.S.A./ Canada only)

(When playing FM Radio)

Switching between display/non-display of radio text information is possible using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Radio on page 5-40.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Radio text (or Radio text OFF)”

4. Radio text information is displayed/not displayed.

Selection by specifying frequency (When playing the Radio)

Selection by specifying the frequency is

possible using voice recognition. Refer to Operating the Radio on page 5-40.

1. Press the talk button.

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2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Frequency”

4. Prompt: “What frequency would you like?”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXX (Ex. 610)

(Frequency)”

6. The specified frequency is selected.

Seek tuning function (When playing the Radio)

Seek tuning can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Radio on page 5-40.

Seek up

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Seek up”

4. Seek up is performed.

Seek down

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Seek down”

4. Seek down is performed.

Auto memory seek function (When playing the Radio)

The auto memory seek function can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Radio on page 5-40.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Auto memory seek”

4. Auto memory seek is performed.

Auto memory preset function (When playing the Radio)

Auto memory preset can be selected using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Radio on page 5-40.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Auto memory preset”

4. Prompt: “Number, please”

5. Say: [Beep] “X (Ex. 3) (Preset number)”

6. The specified preset is selected.

Preset switching

(When playing the Radio, Sirius satellite radio)

Radio stations programmed to the preset can be selected using voice recognition. Refer to Operating the Radio on page

5-40.

Refer to Operating the Satellite Radio on page 5-44.

Specify the preset number and select

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Preset”

4. Prompt: “Say a preset number between 1 and 6”

5. Say: [Beep] “X (Ex. 3) (Preset number)”

6. The specified preset is selected.

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Next preset selection (When playing the Radio)

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Next preset”

4. The next preset is selected. Previous preset selection (When playing the radio)

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Previous preset”

4. The previous preset is selected.

Switching channels

(When playing a Sirius satellite radio) Selection of the channel to be received is possible using voice recognition.

Refer to Operating the Satellite Radio on page 5-44.

Select by specifying the channel number

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Channel”

4. Prompt: “What channel number would you like?”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXX (Ex. 610) (Channel number)”

6. The specified channel is selected.

Selecting the next channel

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Next channel”

4. The next channel is selected.

Selecting the previous channel

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Previous channel”

4. The previous channel is selected.

Skip track function (When playing Pandora®)

The skip track function can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to How to Use Pandora® on page 5-104.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Skip Track”

4. The next track is skipped.

Thumbs up function (When playing Pandora®)

The thumbs up function can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to How to Use Pandora® on page 5-104.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Thumbs Up”

4. This tells Pandora® that you like this track and helps to bring in more tracks like it to your station.

Thumbs down function (When playing Pandora®)

The thumbs down function can be run using voice recognition.

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Refer to How to Use Pandora® on page 5-104.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Thumbs Down”

4. This tells Pandora® not to play this track.

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Pandora® radio station selection (When playing Pandora®)

A Pandora® radio station can be selected using voice recognition.

Refer to How to Use Pandora® on page 5-104.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Station”

4. Prompt: “Which Pandora® station you would like?”

5. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. “90’s

classic”) (Station name)”

6. The system searches for the announced radio station.

If a contact is matched, go to Step 8. If multiple contacts are matched, go to Step 7.

7. Prompt: “Would you like to play XXXXX... (Choice 1)?”

(Station you would like to play) Say: [Beep] “Yes.” Then go to Step 8. (Station you do not want to play) Say: [Beep] “No.” Then go to Step 7. (Maximum 3 times)

8. The specified radio station is selected.

Display of Pandora® radio station list (When playing Pandora®)

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The Pandora® radio station list can be displayed using voice recognition.

Refer to How to Use Pandora® on page 5-104.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “List station”

4. The radio list is displayed.

Bookmark function (When playing Pandora®)

The bookmark function can be run using voice recognition.

Refer to How to Use Pandora® on page 5-104.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Prompt: “Ready”

3. Say: [Beep] “Bookmark”

4. Prompt: “Would you like to bookmark Track, or artist?”

5. Say: [Beep] “Track (or Artist)”

6. Track or artist is bookmarked.

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Grace

NOTE

Database

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CAUTION

CAUTION

CAUTION

The Grace

NOTE

media database is used to improve voice recognition of artist and album names with the Mazda Hands Free system. To make best use of the voice recognition, install the most recent database.


For information related to the most recent Grace

NOTE

database which can be used and how to install it, go to the Mazda Hands Free Website: http://www.Mazdahandsfree.com

Introduction

Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Grace

NOTE

®. Grace

NOTE

is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information visit
www.grace

NOTE

.com.


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CD and music-related data from Grace

NOTE

, Inc., copyright © 2000 to present Grace

NOTE

. Grace

NOTE

Software, copyright © 2000 to present Grace

NOTE

. One or more patents owned by Grace

NOTE

apply to this product and service. See the Grace

NOTE

website for a non- exhaustive list of applicable Grace

NOTE

patents. Grace

NOTE

, CDDB, MusicID, MediaVOCS, the Grace

NOTE

logo and logotype, and the “Powered by Grace

NOTE

” logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Grace

NOTE

in the United States and/or other countries.




Grace

NOTE

® End User License Agreement

This application or device contains software from Grace

NOTE

, Inc. of Emeryville, California (“Grace

NOTE

”). The software from Grace

NOTE

(the “Grace

NOTE

Software”) enables this application to perform disc and/or file identification and obtain music-related information, including name, artist, track, and title information (“Grace

NOTE

Data”) from online servers or embedded databases (collectively, “Grace

NOTE

Servers”) and to perform other functions. You may use Grace

NOTE

Data only by means of the intended End-User functions of this application or device.

You agree that you will use Grace

NOTE

Data, the Grace

NOTE

Software, and Grace

NOTE

Servers for your own personal non-commercial use only. You agree not to assign, copy, transfer or transmit the Grace

NOTE

Software or any Grace

NOTE

Data to any third party. YOU AGREE NOT TO USE OR EXPLOIT GRACE

NOTE

DATA, THE GRACE

NOTE

SOFTWARE, OR GRACE

NOTE

SERVERS, EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED HEREIN.

You agree that your non-exclusive license to use the Grace

NOTE

Data, the Grace

NOTE

Software, and Grace

NOTE

Servers will terminate if you violate these restrictions. If your license terminates, you agree to cease any and all use of the Grace

NOTE

Data, the Grace

NOTE

Software, and Grace

NOTE

Servers. Grace

NOTE

reserves all rights in Grace

NOTE

Data, the Grace

NOTE

Software, and the Grace

NOTE

Servers, including all ownership rights. Under no circumstances will Grace

NOTE

become liable for any payment to you for any information that you provide. You agree that Grace

NOTE

, Inc. may enforce its rights under this Agreement against you directly in its own name.

The Grace

NOTE

service uses a unique identifier to track queries for statistical purposes. The purpose of a randomly assigned numeric identifier is to allow the Grace

NOTE

service to count queries without knowing anything about who you are. For more information, see the web page for the Grace

NOTE

Privacy Policy for the Grace

NOTE

service.

The Grace

NOTE

Software and each item of Grace

NOTE

Data are licensed to you “AS IS.” Grace

NOTE

makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, regarding the accuracy of any Grace

NOTE

Data from in the Grace

NOTE

Servers. Grace

NOTE

reserves the right to delete data from the Grace

NOTE

Servers or to change data categories for any cause that Grace

NOTE

deems sufficient. No warranty is made that the Grace

NOTE

Software or Grace

NOTE

Servers are error-free or that functioning of Grace

NOTE

Software or Grace

NOTE

Servers will be uninterrupted. Grace

NOTE

is not obligated to provide you with new enhanced or additional data types or categories that Grace

NOTE

may provide in the future and is free to discontinue its services at any time.

GRACE

NOTE

DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. GRACE

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DOES NOT WARRANT THE RESULTS THAT WILL BE OBTAINED BY YOUR USE OF THE GRACE

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SOFTWARE OR ANY GRACE

NOTE

SERVER. IN NO CASE WILL GRACE

NOTE

BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR FOR ANY LOST PROFITS OR LOST REVENUES.

© 2000 to present. Grace

NOTE

, Inc.


Updating the database

The Grace

NOTE

media database can be updated using USB device.

1. Connect a USB device containing the software for updating Grace

NOTE

.

2. Touch the image on-screen button.

3. Touch the image on-screen button.

4. Touch the image on-screen button to scroll the display.

When the display is scrolled to the end of the explanation, the image on-screen button is displayed.

5. Touch the image on-screen button. The update is initiated.

6. Touch the image on-screen button.

NOTE

Do not switch the ignition off or disconnect the USB device while updating the database. Otherwise, data could be lost.


Bluetooth®

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Bluetooth®í ‌Bluetooth® Hands-Free outlineWhen a Bluetooth® device (mobile phone) is connected to the vehicle'...

Bluetooth® Audio

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