Range Rover Evoque: Telephone system controls

Telephone system controls
Telephone system controls

1. Change phone. Touch to search new or change to another paired phone.

2. Last 10. Select to access the last 10 dialled, received and missed calls.

3. Phonebook. Select to access the downloaded phonebook.

4. Digit Dial. Select to access Digit Dial mode.

5. Touch and hold soft key 1 to retrieve your Voice mail.

6. Status display. Displays the name and/or number dialled and call duration.

7. Call Connect/Disconnect icons. Touch to send/accept or end/reject a call.

8. Settings. Select to access; Voice mail, Answer options and Phone options.

9. Mute microphone. Select to initiate Privacy mode. While selected, the caller will not hear you talking.

10. Touch to activate/deactivate Auto reject.

When active, any incoming calls will be rejected or diverted to voice mail (depending on mobile phone settings).

11. Use handset. Select to switch the call to your mobile phone.

12. Delete. Touch and release to delete the last entered digit. Touch and hold to delete the whole entered number.

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