Bluetooth® Hands-Free

Bluetooth® Hands-Free

Making a Call

For Mazda Connect, making calls is possible using any of the following six methods:

- Phonebook downloaded from Bluetooth® device (mobile phone) (voice recognition function can be used)

- Favorites

- Call record

- Dialing a telephone number (voice recognition function can be used)

- “Redial” - Voice recognition command for making a call to the latest outgoing call record.

- “Call back” - Voice recognition command for making a call to the latest incoming call record.

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. Wait for the beep sound.

3. Say: “Call XXXXX... (Ex. “John”) Mobile”. (You can also say, “Home”, “Work”, or “Other” instead of “Mobile”, depending on how you set up your contact information.)

4. Follow the voice guidance to make the call, or simple press the pick-up button on the steering switch during or after the guidance to make the call.

Screen operation

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image to display the contact list.

3. Select the contact you would like to call to display the details for the contact.

4. Select 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®.

(Automatic downloading)

The “Auto Download Contacts” setting must be on. When hands-free is connected to the device, the phonebook is downloaded automatically.

Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-73.

(Manually downloading)

If the “Auto Download Contacts” setting is off, download the phonebook using the following procedure.

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image to display the contact list.

3. Select image.

4. Select image or

image to switch to the device operation.

5. If image is selected, select image.

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6. Download will be started from the mobile phone.

NOTE

- If “Import All Contacts” is performed after saving the phonebook to the Bluetooth® unit, the phonebook will be overwritten.

- A maximum of 1,000 contacts can be registered to the phonebook.

- Phonebook, incoming/outgoing call record, and favorite memories are exclusive to each mobile phone to protect privacy.

- Contacts with no telephone number are not registered.

Favorites Contacts

A maximum of 50 contacts 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.

Registering your favorites

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image to display the favorites list.

3. Select image.

4. Select image or

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.

5. Select from the displayed list.

NOTE

When “Add New Contact” is selected, information such as the selected person’s name is also registered. In addition, when “Add New Contact Details” is selected, only the telephone number of the selected person is registered.

Calling a favorite

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image to display the favorites list.

3. (If only one phone number is registered to contact)

Select the contact information you would like to call. Go to Step 5. (If multiple phone numbers are registered to contact)

Select the contact you would like to call to display the screen indicating the details for the contact. Go to Step 4.

4. Select the phone number you would like to call.

5. Select image.

Deleting a favorite

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image to display the favorites list.

3. Select image.

4. Select image.

5. Select the contact information which you would like to delete.

6. Select image.

Changing the display order of your favorites list

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image to display the favorites list.

3. Select image.

4. Select image.

5. The contact can be moved after it is selected.

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6. Slide the contact or move it using the commander switch, then select image.

Changing contact name of your favorites

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image to display the favorites list.

3. Select image.

4. Select image.

5. Select the contact to display the keyboard screen.

6. If a new name is input and image is selected, the contact name is stored.

NOTE

If the contact is long-pressed when the favorites list is displayed, the contact information can be edited (deleted, moved).

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. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. When image is pressed, the dial pad is displayed.

3. Input the telephone number using the dial pad.

4. Select image to make the call.

Numeral or symbol entry

Use the dial pad.

Long-press the image to input +.

Select image to delete the currently input value.

Long-press image to delete all input values.

Redial Function

Makes a call to the last person called (latest person on outgoing call record) from the mobile phone/vehicle.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Wait for the beep sound.

3. Say: “Redial”

Call back Function

Makes a call to the last person who called your (latest person on incoming call record) mobile phone/vehicle.

1. Press the talk button.

2. Wait for the beep sound.

3. Say: “Call back”

Automatic 911 dialing (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. The “Emergency Assistance Call” setting must be on.

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CAUTION

Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-73.


Though the system can be set to not call 911, doing so will defeat the purpose of the system. Mazda recommends that the Automatic 911 dialing system remain activated.

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NOTE

- Automatic 911 dialing is a secondary function of the audio entertainment system. Therefore, the Automatic 911 dialing 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.

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

image or hang-up

button within 10 seconds.

2. If image or

hang-up button is not pressed within 10 seconds, the call is made to 911 automatically.


Receiving an Incoming Call

When an incoming call is received, the incoming call notification screen is displayed. The “Incoming Call Notifications” setting must be on.

Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-73.

To accept the call, press the pick-up button on the audio control switch or select image on the screen.

To reject the call, press the hang-up button on the audio control switch or select image on the screen.

The following icons are displayed on the screen during a call. Icons which can be used differ depending on use conditions.


Icon

Function


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Displays the Communication menu.


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Ends the call.


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Transferring a call from hands-free to a mobile phone

Communication between the Bluetooth® unit and a device (mobile phone) is canceled, and an incoming call will be received by the device (mobile phone) like a standard call.


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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.


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Mute

The microphone can be muted during a call. When selected again, the mute is canceled.



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To make a 3-way call, select the contacts from the following: image: Call History is displayed.

: The phonebook is displayed.

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: The dial pad is displayed. Input the phone number.

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The device may be unusable depending on the contractual content.


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The call on hold is made to make a 3-way call.

The device may be unusable depending on the contractual content.


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Switches the call on hold.


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DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Signal) Transmission

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

Input the number using a dial pad.


NOTE

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

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

Call Interrupt

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

When image is selected or the pick-up button on the steering wheel is pressed, the current call is held and the

system switches to the new incoming call. When image is selected, the current call is ended and the system switches to the new incoming call (GSM network only).

When image is selected or the hang-up button on the steering wheel is pressed, an incoming call is refused.

NOTE

- The function may not be available depending on the contractual content of the mobile device.

- The function may not be operable depending on the type of the telephone network and the mobile device.

Receiving and Replying to Messages (available only with E-mail/SMS compatible phones)

SMS (Short Message 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 20 new messages can be downloaded and displayed from a connected device.

NOTE

For E-mail, 20 messages for each account can be downloaded.

(Automatic downloading)

The “Auto Download Email” (E-mail) or “Auto Download Text Message” (SMS) setting must be on. A message is downloaded automatically when the Bluetooth® unit is connected to the device. Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-73.

(Manually downloading)

When the “Auto Download Email” (E-mail) or “Auto Download Text Message” (SMS) setting is off, the message is downloaded using the following procedure.

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image or image to display the Inbox.

3. Select image.

4. Download will be started from the mobile phone.

NOTE

- Attached data is not downloaded.

- Messages up to 1 kilobyte (E-mail)/ 140-bytes (SMS) can be downloaded.

- A message list is created for each device.

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- 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.

- If an iPhone is connected, the following functions cannot be used.

- Downloading past messages

- Replying to messages

iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Receiving messages (Method 1)

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

The “Email Notifications” (E-mail) or “Text Notifications” (SMS) setting must be on.

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Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-73.

Select image and display the message.

(Method 2)

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image and display the new message list for E-mail and SMS.

3. Select the message you would like to display.


The following icons are displayed in the lower part of the details on the message. Icons which can be used differ depending on use conditions.


Icon

Function


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Displays the Communication menu.


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Displays the inbox.


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Plays back a message.

When selected again, playback is temporarily stopped.


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Displays the previous message.


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Displays the next message.


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Only replies to the sender of the currently displayed message.

Select the sentence on the displayed reply screen and select the sentence for sending from the preset message.

Select image.


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(Only E-mail)

Replies to all members including CC.

Select the sentence on the displayed reply screen and select the sentence for sending from the preset message.

Select image.


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Makes a call to a person who sent a message.

For E-mail, this function may not work depending on the device.


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Deletes a message.

The messages stored in a device is also deleted.


NOTE

Up to three preset messages can be selected.

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Example of use (verify unread E-mail)

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.


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2. Select image to display the inbox.


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3. Select the unread message displayed in bold.

4. The details of the message are displayed and replying to the message, making a call, or playback can be performed.

Changing account for displaying (E-mail only)

1. Select image.

2. Select the account which you would like to display. Only the messages for the selected account are displayed in the inbox.

Editing preset messages

1. Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen.

2. Select image.

3. Select image.

4. Select the preset message which you would like to edit. The keyboard screen is displayed.

5. When the message is input and image is selected, the message is stored as a preset message.

NOTE

- Select the image icon to change the language.

- Select the image icon to switch between capitalized and lower-case characters.

- Select the image icon to return to the previous screen without storing the edit.


Communication Settings

Select the image icon on the home screen to display the Communication screen. Select image to change the setting.


Item

Setting

Function

Bluetooth®

Go to Bluetooth® setting menu.

Refer to Bluetooth® Preparation on page 5-51.

Incoming Call Notifi- cations

On/Off

Notifies when an incoming call is received.

Auto Download Text Message

On/Off

Downloads SMS automatically when the Bluetooth® unit is connected to the device.

Text Notifications

On/Off

Notifies when a new SMS is received.

Auto Download Email*1

On/Off

Downloads E-mail automatically when the Bluetooth® unit is connect- ed to the device.

Email Notifications

On/Off

Notifies when a new Email is received.

Auto Download Call History

On/Off

Downloads Call History automatically when the Bluetooth® unit is connected to the device.

Auto Download Con- tacts*1

On/Off

Downloads the phonebook automatically when the Bluetooth® unit is connected to the device.


Ringtone


Car/Phone/Off

The type of ring tone can be changed. Three selections are available including the standard ring tone set on the vehicle, the ring tone regis- tered to your Bluetooth® device, or no ring tone.

Phone Volume

Adjusts using the slider.

Adjusts the conversation volume.

VR and Ringtone

Adjusts using the slider.

Adjusts the voice guidance and ringtone volume.


Contacts Display Or- der

First Name, Last Name

Displays the contact information in alphabetical order of the first name.

Last Name, First Name

Displays the contact information in alphabetical order of the last name.


Edit Preset Messages


Edits the preset message.

Refer to Receiving and Replying to Messages (available only with E-mail/SMS compatible phones) on page 5-69.

Emergency Assistance Call

On/Off

Mobile Utilizes the Automatic 911 dialing function.

Restore Factory set- tings

Initializes all Communication Settings.

*1 Depending on the device, it may be necessary to acquire download permission on the device side.


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