Hyundai Sonata: Phone - CD Player : Audio with internal amplifier / Audio with external amplifier - Audio system - Features of your vehicle - Hyundai Sonata YF 2011-2018 Owner's ManualHyundai Sonata: Phone

Before using the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled phone features

  • In order to use Bluetooth® Wireless Technology phone, you must first pair and connect the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology mobile phone.
  • If the mobile phone is not paired or connected, it is not possible to enter Phone mode. Once a phone is paired or connected, the guidance screen will be displayed.
  • If Priority is set upon vehicle ignition (IGN/ACC ON), the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled phone will be automatically connected. Even if you are outside, the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled phone will be automatically connected once you are in the vicinity of the vehicle. If you do not want automatic Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled phone connection, set the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology power to OFF.

Making a call using the steering wheel remote controller

1.  button : Activates voice recognition.

1. 2.  button : Places and transfers button : Activates voice recognition.

2. calls. button : Places and transfers calls.

3. functions. button : Ends calls or cancels functions.

• Check call history and making call

➀ Shortly press (under 0.8 seconds) the . key on the steering remote controller .
➁ The call history list will be displayed on the screen.
➂ Press the a call to the selected number. key again to connect a call to the selected number.

• Redialing the most recently called number

➀ Press and hold (over 0.8 seconds) the ➁ The most recently called number is redialed. key on the steering remote controller.
➁ The most recently called number is redialed.

❈ If call history does not exist, a screen asking whether to download call history is displayed. (The download feature may not be supported in some mobile phones)

Phone MENU

Press the menus (Call History, Contacts, Phone Setup). key to display three menus (Call History, Contacts, Phone Setup).

Call history

Call history

Press the ► Set [2 Call History] through the key Set [2 Call History] through the key.TUNE knob or The call history is displayed and can be used to select a number and make a call. key.

The call history is displayed and can be used to select a number and make a call. If call history does not exist, a screen asking whether to download call history is displayed. (The download feature may not be supported in some mobile phones)

Contacts

Press the ► Set [2 Contacts] through the key Set [2 Contacts] through the key. The Contacts are displayed andTUNE knob or can be used to select a number and make a call. key. The Contacts are displayed and can be used to select a number and make a call.

❈ If more than one number is saved to one contact, then a screen showing the mobile phone number, house and office number are displayed. Select the desired number to make the call.
❈ If Contacts do not exist, a screen asking whether to download Contacts is displayed. (The download feature may not be supported in some mobile phones)

Phone Setup

Press the ► Set [3 Phone Setup] through the key Set [3 Phone Setup] through the key.TUNE knob or The Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled mobile phone setup screen is displayed. key.

The Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled mobile phone setup screen is displayed. For more information, refer to “Phone Setup”.

CAUTION IN USING BLUETOOTH® WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY CELLULAR PHONE

  • Do not use a cellular phone or perform Bluetooth® Wireless Technology settings (e.g. pairing a phone) while driving.
  • Some Bluetooth® Wireless Technology-enabled phones may not be recognized by the system or fully compatible with the system.
  • Before using Bluetooth® Wireless Technology related features of the audio system, refer your phone’s User’s Manual for phoneside Bluetooth® Wireless Technology operations.
  • The phone must be paired to the audio system to use Bluetooth® Wireless Technology related features.
  • You will not be able to use the hands-free feature when your phone (in the car) is outside of the cellular service area (e.g. in a tunnel, in a underground, in a mountainous area, etc.).
  • If the cellular phone signal is poor or the vehicles interior noise is too loud, it may be difficult to hear the other person’s voice during a call.
  • Do not place the phone near or inside metallic objects, otherwise communications with Bluetooth® Wireless Technology system or cellular service stations can be disturbed.
  • While a phone is connected through Bluetooth® Wireless Technology your phone may discharge quicker than usual for additional Bluetooth® Wireless Technology-related operations.
  • Some cellular phones or other devices may cause interference noise or malfunction to audio system. In this case, store the device in a different location may resolve the condition.• Phone contact names should be saved in English or they may not be displayed correctly.
  • If Priority is set upon vehicle ignition( IGN/ACC ON), the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology phone will be automatically connected. Even if you are outside, the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology phone will be automatically connected once you are in the vicinity of the vehicle. If you do not want automatic Bluetooth® Wireless Technology connection, turn the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology feature off.
  • The hands-free call volume and quality may differ depending on the mobile phone type.

NOTE:

Bluetooth® Wireless Technology phone compatibility can be checked by visiting www.hyundaiusa.com and under the SERVICE & PARTS - BLUETOOTH COMPATIBILITY menu.

• The website provides 9 types of information, including information on Pairing, Connection, Handsfree Calling, Streaming, and more.

CAUTION

Bluetooth® Wireless Technology features can be used only when the mobile phone has been paired and connected with the device. For more information on pairing and connecting Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled mobile phones, refer to the “Phone Setup” section. When a Bluetooth® Wireless Technology mobile phone is connected, a (the screen. If a () icon is not displayed,) icon will appear at the top of the screen. If a (this indicates that a Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled device has not been) icon is not displayed, this indicates that a Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled device has not been connected. Your must connect the device before use. For more information on Bluetooth® Wireless Technology mobile phones, refer to the “Phone Setup” section.

Pairing and connecting a Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled mobile phone will work only when the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology option within your mobile phone has been turned on. (Methods of turning on the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled feature may differ depending on the mobile phone.) In some mobile phones, starting the ignition while talking through Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled handsfree call will result in the call becoming disconnected. (Switch the call back to your mobile phone when starting the ignition.)

Some features may not be supported in some Bluetooth® Wireless Technology mobile phone and devices.

Bluetooth® Wireless Technology enabled operation may be unstable depending on the communication state.

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