1 Bluetooth Hands Free Phone System by BlueConnect USER GUIDE
3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION Pg Pg WHAT IS BLUECONNECT? 2 WHAT CELL PHONES WORK? 2 DEFECTIVE / DAMAGED MERCHANDISE CUSTOMER CONTACT INFORMATION 2 WHAT TO DO 18 WARNINGS PLEASE READ 3 PRODUCT RETURNS 19 GETTING STARTED 4 MISCELLANEOUS BLUECONNECT UIB (USER INTERFACE BOARD) 5 REGISTERING YOUR PRODUCT 19 FUNCTION OVERVIEW 6 CONTACTING CUSTOMER SERVICE 19 SET UP PRODUCT COMPLIANCE 19 PHONE PAIRING 7 PRODUCT WARRANTY 20 CLEAR PAIRED PHONE(S) 8 PRODUCT FUNCTIONS LIST PAIRED PHONE(S) 8 CALL REJECT 21 CONFIRMATION PROMPTS 9 CALL WAITING 21 SELECT PHONE 10 DIGIT STRING DIALING 21 MAKING A CALL EMERGENCY 21 USING THE CALL FEATURE 11 INCOMING CALLS 21 USING THE DIGIT STRING DIAL FEATURE 11 MUTE A CALL 21 USING THE REDIAL FEATURE 11 REDIAL A NUMBER 21 PHONEBOOK THREE WAY CALLING 21 ADDING A NEW NAME 12 TRANSFER A CALL 21 ADDING A NEW LOCATION 12 (VR) VOICE RECOGNITION BUTTON 21 EDITING A NUMBER 13 LISTING NAMES 13 INDEX 22 DELETE A NAME OR LOCATION 13 ERASE ALL 14 TROUBLESHOOTING MY PHONE WILL NOT PAIR 14 A PAIRED PHONE WILL NOT LINK / CONNECT 15 I CANNOT RECEIVE INCOMING CALLS 15 I CANNOT PLACE A CALL 15 I CAN HEAR BUT THEY CAN NOT HEAR ME 16 THE AUDIO GOES MUTE BOTH WAYS DURING A CALL 16 THE AUDIO QUALITY IS POOR 16 I AM TOLD THAT I SOUND BAD 16 THE VOICE RECOGNITION IS NOT WORKING 17 IT WILL NOT CALL THE NAME GIVEN TO IT 17 I CANNOT SELECT A PHONE 17 HELP GETTING HELP 17
4 2 What is BlueConnect? BlueConnect is a state-of-the-art, integrated, hands free phone communication system for your vehicle. BlueConnect utilizes Bluetooth wireless technology and Bluetooth hands free profiled cell phones to improve cell phone use and convenience. BlueConnect eliminates the need to hold a handheld cell phone, wear a headset or earpiece, or use an in-vehicle mounted handset adapter while making or receiving phone calls. BlueConnect is easy to use because it is voice activated and it can be installed in almost any vehicle, new or used. What cell phones will work with BlueConnect? Due to the versatility of Bluetooth wireless technology, not all cell phones share the same Bluetooth profile and may not work properly with BlueConnect. Only cell phones that are Bluetooth enabled and support a hands free profile are compatible with BlueConnect. You can go to to see a list of compatible cell phones. You can also contact your local cell phone provider. Customer Contact Information Reference Phone / BlueConnect Support Technical Support Web Site USA BlueConnect AI
5 3 WARNINGS PLEASE READ Be Safe. When using a hands free cellular device in a vehicle, the vehicle operator is solely responsible for operating the vehicle in a safe manner. Vehicle operators must maintain full surveillance of all pertinent driving conditions at all times. An accident or collision resulting in damage of property, personal injury or death could occur if the operator of the vehicle fails to pay attention to travel conditions and vehicle operation while the vehicle is in motion. DO NOT program, attempt to program, adjust, or set up your BlueConnect unit while the vehicle is moving. Your vehicle should be in park with the ignition turned to the on or acc (accessory) position. DO NOT program, attempt to program, adjust, or set up your BlueConnect unit while the vehicle is inside and the engine is on. Failure to follow these precautions could result in property damage, serious injury, and death for yourself, pets, or other people near the vehicle from carbon monoxide (for example, if the vehicle's engine is running in a garage with the garage door closed), or from physical impact.
6 Getting Started 4 Fully charge your cell phone's battery before programming your BlueConnect unit to ensure that the wireless electronic connection will be established with minimal difficulty. Try to maintain a fully charged cell phone battery when using BlueConnect. BlueConnect will not increase or decrease your cell phone s signal strength because it operates using the same signal as your cell phone. Keep your cell phone on and inside of your vehicle's interior cabin so it can transmit properly to BlueConnect. Do not place your cell phone in a metal box or similar container. Your vehicle may require that the ignition switch be turned to either the acc or on position for programming and operation of BlueConnect. This BlueConnect version is programmed for English translation only. When using BlueConnect face the windshield and speak in your normal voice clearly without shouting. Do not speak slowly or pronounce words more distinctly than you normally would. BlueConnect will automatically prompt you for a verbal response when the confirmation prompt feature is turned on. Make sure the prompt feature is turned on on your BlueConnect unit before programming or when following any prompted instructions outlined in this user guide. You can say "cancel" to return to the main menu or "help" to hear a list of available options anytime BlueConnect prompts you for a response. When using BlueConnect, wait to speak until after the beep is heard which follows the appropriate prompt. If no response is given to a BlueConnect prompt, it will repeat the prompt two more times until the user selects an option. If there is still no option selected, BlueConnect will power down.
7 BlueConnect UIB (User Interface Board) Phone Button or Activation / Deactivation Button o Push to set up and program unit o Push to make a call if not on a call. o Push to end a call. o Push to accept or reject an incoming call when on another call. 2. Volume Up & Down Buttons o Push (+) to increase the volume. o Push (-) to decrease the volume. o Push either button to the desired volume level when the unit is not activated. Audible beeps indicate the current volume level. 3. Speaker 4. Blue L.E.D. Light o A blue light comes on indicating that the unit is activated or when there is an incoming call. It also comes on when you are on a call. 5. VR (Voice Recognition) Button or Barge-in Button o Push to input a command without having to listen for a prompt. o Push to transfer a call. This allows you to transfer your call back to your cell phone in the event you want privacy or are exiting the vehicle. o Push to mute the phone. o Push to send DTMF tones. 6. Directional Microphone
8 6 Function Overview COMMAND 1 COMMAND 2 COMMAND 3 Call <Name> <Location> CALL <Name> in Phonebook <Location> Dial <Number> DIAL <Number> PHONEBOOK NEW ENTRY <Name><Location><Number> EDIT <Name><Location><Number> LIST NAMES Call <Location> Edit<Location><Number> Delete<Location> Previous Continue DELETE <Name><Location><ALL> ERASE ALL REDIAL EMERGENCY SET UP PHONE PAIRING Pair a Phone Delete a Phone List Paired Phones CONFIRMATION PROMPTS SELECT PHONE <Phone ID Number> HELP
9 7 Phone Pairing You must first pair BlueConnect (establish a communication link) to your Bluetooth hands free profile cell phone. Please refer to your cell phone s operation manual for instructions on how to place your cellular phone into a pairing mode before starting the pairing process. In order to complete successful pairing, both your cell phone and the BlueConnect module must be in a pairing mode at the same time. BlueConnect will remain in a pairing mode for about 3 minutes before timing out. 1 Press and release the BlueConnect PHONE button and say "Set Up". For example, say, "Set Up" at the Main menu and BlueConnect prompts "Select one of the following: phone pairing, confirmation prompts, select phone or say cancel to return to the main menu." If there is no response to the prompts, BlueConnect reminds you of the selection two more times until you select an option. If there is no option selected after two repeats, BlueConnect will power down. 2 Say, "Phone Pairing." After the system prompts you, say Pair a Phone. The system will remind 3 you that pairing should only be completed while the vehicle is in park. When the vehicle is in park say "Continue." The system will then ask you for a 4-digit PIN. This can be any number you 4 choose as long as you enter the same number on the phone later. Say your four-digit PIN. For example: "One-Two-Three-Four" Follow your cell phone manufacturer's instructions for placing your cell 5 phone in a pairing mode. Select BlueConnect on the phone. Then, on the phone's numeric keypad, 6 enter the same PIN number as entered in step 4. BlueConnect will prompt you for a phone name. Name it something easy 7 to remember. Say the phone name, for example, "Jacob's phone. To complete the pairing process, BlueConnect will now ask you for a phone priority from 1 to 7. Number 1 is the highest priority. If two phones 8 are paired, BlueConnect will use the higher priority phone when both phones are within range. Say the phone priority, for example, "One." 9 When complete, BlueConnect will indicate "Pairing Complete.
10 8 Clear Paired Phones You must clear a paired phone from BlueConnect in order to remove it from being paired. BlueConnect will respond with "Phone not available" if you attempt to use a previously cleared phone to make a call. If you make a mistake during the clearing process or decide not to clear a phone, press the BlueConnect PHONE button, or the VR button and say cancel, to exit the clearing mode. To re-prioritize cell phones you must first clear the phone(s) paired with BlueConnect and then re-pair the phones with the new desired priorities. 1 If you are not currently in a VR session or on a phone call, press and release the PHONE button and say, "Set Up, otherwise go to the main menu and say, Set Up. 2 Say "Phone Pairing." 3 After BlueConnect prompts you, say, "Delete a phone BlueConnect prompts you for the number associated with the priority of the phone you would like to clear. For Example, Say one for Jacob s phone, say two for Robin s mobile. Say the number of phone you wish to delete. BlueConnect responds with a verification to clear the selected phone. If correct, say "yes" (say "no" to start the delete process over). When complete, BlueConnect indicates the phone or phones have been "Deleted." List Paired Phones Press and release the BlueConnect PHONE button and say "Set Up." 1 BlueConnect will prompt you with available options. 2 Say "Phone Pairing." 3 After BlueConnect prompts you, say "List Paired Phones. BlueConnect lists the names of the cellular phones that are currently 4 paired with the BlueConnect module. 5 BlueConnect asks if you want to start the list over again. 6 Say "Yes" or "No."
11 9 Confirmation Prompts Confirmation prompts confirm your commands with BlueConnect before they are carried out. When the BlueConnect Confirmation Prompts feature in ON, BlueConnect will repeat the last command received and ask whether the command received was correct before proceeding with the command execution. Example with the confirmation prompts on and off. PROMPTS ON OFF You say, "Dial five-five-five-onetwo-one-two." BlueConnect says, "Dialing fivefive-five-one-two-one-two, is this correct?" You say, "yes" and BlueConnect places the call. You say, "no" and BlueConnect asks you to repeat the number. You say, "Dial five-five-fiveone-two-one-two." BlueConnect dials the number as recognized. For example; "Dialing five, five, five " and then dialing the number. Turning the confirmation prompts ON and OFF Go to the BlueConnect main menu and say, "Set Up." 1 BlueConnect prompts you with available options. 2 Say, "Confirmation prompts." If the confirmation prompts are ON, BlueConnect will ask if you 3 want to turn them OFF. Say, "Yes." BlueConnect will tell you that they are OFF and says, 4 "Ready." Or If the confirmation prompts are OFF, BlueConnect will tell you that 5 they are OFF and will ask if you want them to be turned ON. Say, "Yes" to turn them ON. BlueConnect will then return to the 6 main menu.
12 10 Select A Phone This option is used to over-ride the phone priority given during pairing. For example, if you wish to use phone three to make an outgoing call, you would select phone three and make the call. This over-ride only works the current ignition on cycle for one call. BlueConnect switches back to the highest priority phone once the ignition is turned off. You can select a phone using the VR button during a phone listing, or by the select phone command. Select phone by name. At the main menu say "Set Up Phone Pairing. BlueConnect 1 prompts you with available options. 2 Say "List Paired Phone." 3 BlueConnect lists all phones that are paired to it. When the name of the desired phone is heard, press and release 4 the VR button and say, Select. BlueConnect sets this phone to the highest priority for the rest of 5 the current ignition on cycle. BlueConnect temporarily overrides the phone priorities for the rest of the current ignition on cycle. Select phone by number. At the main menu say, "Set Up." The system prompts you with 1 available options. 2 Say, "Select Phone." The system lists the available phones and asks for the number of the 3 phone. Say the number of the phone. BlueConnect verifies the selected phone name and asks if it is 4 correct. Say, "Yes" if correct, or "No" if not. BlueConnect sets this phone to the highest priority for the rest of the 5 current ignition on cycle. This temporarily overrides the phone for rest of current ignition on cycle only.
13 11 Using the Call Feature Calling a name or a name / location from the phonebook. At the main menu say, "Call (any phone book entry name)." If the 1 name has more than one location, BlueConnect will ask for the location to call. If just call was used, BlueConnect will say, Name Please. 2 Say the Name. 3 Say the Location. Using the Digit String Dialing Feature Dialing a phone number that is not in the phonebook. 1 2 At the main menu say, "Dial (immediately followed by the phone number such as ) or just say dial then speak the phone number when prompted. BlueConnect says what number it is dialing and verifies that this is correct (if confirmation prompts are on). If it is, it says "Dialing" and dials the number. Using the Redial Feature 1 At the main menu say, "Redial. BlueConnect says "Dialing" and calls the phone number that was 2 dialed last on the phone.
14 12 Phonebook BlueConnect can store up to 32 names and 128 phone numbers. Each name has 4 locations (Home, Work, Mobile, and Pager) associated with it. Adding a new name and phone number to your phonebook. At the main menu say, "Phonebook." BlueConnect prompts you 1 for a new entry, edit, list names, delete or erase all or say cancel to return to the main menu. Say, New Entry. Say the Name of the user to add. BlueConnect responds with the 2 name it heard and checks to see if it is correct before proceeding. 3 BlueConnect asks for a location to go with the name. Say the location of the name; "Home," "Work, "Mobile," or 4 "Pager. BlueConnect checks to see if it heard the location correctly. 5 BlueConnect asks for the telephone number for the name. Say the phone number for the name and location. 6 7 BlueConnect says the phone number and asks if it is correct. If so, it adds the phone number for this name and location to the phonebook and then asks "Number stored. Would you like to add another number for this entry?" Say "Yes" to add another number for this entry or say "No" if you are finished. Adding a new location for an existing name in your phonebook. At the main menu say "Phonebook," "Edit, When prompted, say the 1 name that you want to edit. The system responds with "Home, Work, Mobile, or Pager. Say the Location ("Home", "Work", "Mobile", or "Pager") and the 2 phone number to enter in the phonebook for this name and location. BlueConnect verifies that it heard the location correctly and asks 3 for the phone number for that location. 4 Say a phone number like " " BlueConnect verifies that it heard the number correctly and stores 5 the number. It will then say, "Number changed. Would you like to call this number, edit another entry, or return to main menu?" 6 Say, "Call," "Edit," or "Return to Main Menu.
15 13 Phonebook (Continued) Editing a phone number for an existing name / location. At the main menu say "Phonebook," "Edit." When prompted, say the 1 name, and then the Location whose phone number you want to edit. BlueConnect will tell you the current phone number. 2 Say the new phone number like " " BlueConnect verifies that it heard the number correctly and stores 3 the number. It will then say, "Number changed. Would you like to call this number, edit another entry, or say cancel to return to main menu?" 4 Say, "Call," "Edit," or "Cancel to Return to Main Menu. Listing names in BlueConnect phonebook. At the main menu say "Phonebook, List Names. The phonebook 1 entries are listed. At the end of the list, BlueConnect asks "End of list, would you like to 2 start from the beginning?" Say,"Yes" to hear the phonebook entry list again or "No" if you do not want to hear it again. Or, After you hear the phonebook entry that you want to call, press the 3 BlueConnect VR button to stop the list process. 4 Say, "Call" to call the last name listed. BlueConnect gives the selected name and its locations. It then asks 5 for the location you want to call. 6 Say the location you want to call. BlueConnect says who and where it is calling and asks if this is 7 correct (Y/N). If it is, BlueConnect responds with Dialing" and dials the selected number. Deleting a phonebook name or location At the main menu say "Phonebook," "Delete". When prompted, say the Name to delete. If only one location exists for the name, BlueConnect will verify that you want to delete the name and location and then deletes it. Or, If that name exists and there are more than one location for the name, BlueConnect reads you a list of locations for the name. Say the location to delete or say "All " to delete all locations for this name. BlueConnect verifies that you want to delete the location (Y/N) and then deletes it.
16 Phonebook (Continued) 14 Erasing all phonebook records. Use this command only if you want to erase (delete) the entire phonebook. BlueConnect prompts you two times to be sure you do want to delete the phonebook At the main menu say, "Phonebook, Erase All" to delete all phonebook records. BlueConnect responds "Are you sure you want to erase everything from your system phonebook?" Say, "No" if you do not want to delete all phonebook records. BlueConnect exits the Erase All process or, Say, "Yes" to delete all phonebook records. BlueConnect responds, "You are about to delete everything from your system phonebook. Do you want to continue?" Say, "No" if you do not want to delete all phonebook records. BlueConnect exits the Erase All process or Say, "Yes" to delete all phonebook records. BlueConnect deletes all phonebook records and says "Phonebook Erased. Troubleshooting My Phone will not pair. CHECK Phone and BlueConnect have power. Phone is designed to work with BlueConnect. Phone was paired properly. On certain phone models you need to tell the phone to connect (after initiating the pairing process on some models only.) Bluetooth option on your phone was turned ON. Phone is not outside of the vehicle while trying to pair it to BlueConnect. Phones that require a SIM card 4 digit PIN number entered in the phone matches the BlueConnect PIN number. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Make sure that the phone and vehicle ignition is ON. Also make sure that your phone battery is charged. Your phone may not work with BlueConnect. Only phones with Bluetooth capability and a hands free profile will work with BlueConnect. Phones that support the use of a wireless headset should work with BlueConnect. You can go to and view a list of approved BlueConnect Bluetooth hands free profile phones. Refer to the phone s pairing instructions and the BlueConnect pairing instructions. Try the pairing process again. Try pairing again and tell the phone to connect. Turn the Bluetooth option to ON on your phone. Place phone inside the vehicle in the front seat area during the pairing process. Make sure that it is installed. If not, install a SIM card. Reprogram using the same four-digit PIN for both PIN requests.
17 Troubleshooting 15 A Paired Phone Will Not Link/Connect CHECK Phone and BlueConnect have power. Phone and BlueConnect have had adequate time to find each other. BlueConnect was not barred from the phone. Phone is set to automatically link/connect to the BlueConnect. BlueConnect was not inadvertently set back to the default (is not set to automatically link / connect to the BlueConnect ). POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Make sure that the phone and vehicle ignition is ON. Also make sure that your phone battery is charged. Allow at least 60 seconds for the link to take place. Use the BlueConnect Set Up, command at the main menu and then Select Phone command to link to the desired phone. See your phone s user guide for Bluetooth settings. See your phone s user guide for Bluetooth settings. I Can t Receive Incoming Calls CHECK Vehicle s ignition is ON. You are pressing the correct button on BlueConnect to answer the call. Phone is paired and linked to BlueConnect. Phone is not outside of the vehicle. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Turn your vehicle ignition to the ON position. Press the PHONE button to answer an incoming call and not the VR button on BlueConnect. Use the BlueConnect Set Up command at the main menu and then Select Phone command to link to the desired phone. Place the phone inside of the vehicle to ensure a good connection. I Can t Place a Call Phone is turned ON. CHECK The vehicle ignition is in the ON position. You have an adequate cell phone signal. Phone is paired and properly linked to BlueConnect You are inside of your coverage area. Mobile account is still active and has not been cancelled. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Turn your phone ON. BlueConnect will only work when the paired cell phone is turned ON. Turn your vehicle ignition to the ON position. Check the signal icon on your phone for signal. You may have to wait until you are in an area that provides you with a stronger signal before making a call. BlueConnect uses the signal going to the paired cell phone. It does not increase or decrease cell phone signal strength. Your phone may not be paired properly. See your phone user guide for pairing instructions and try to pair your phone again. Use the Set Up command on your BlueConnect s main menu and then give the Select Phone command to link to the desired phone. Most calls can t be made if you are outside of your coverage area. Your BlueConnect unit uses the same coverage area as the paired cell phone. Try making a call again when you are in your coverage area. Check with your phone provider if you are unsure about your coverage area. Contact your cell phone service provider.
18 Troubleshooting 16 I Can Hear But They Can t Hear Me CHECK The phone s signal strength. Call is not muted on the BlueConnect unit. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Avoid using your phone and BlueConnect in areas where the signal strength is poor and unable to provide a good conversation in both directions. Turn mute off by saying, mute off while in use. The Audio Goes Mute Both Ways During a Call CHECK You have not accidentally muted BlueConnect. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Press the PHONE button to return to the call. The Audio Quality is Poor CHECK The audio quality of your cell phone while not using it with BlueConnect. Phone has adequate cell signal strength. Phone is in the vehicle. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS If the audio quality is good then try it again with BlueConnect. If the audio quality is still poor with BlueConnect then contact AutoIntelligence. If the audio quality is poor on your cell phone then contact your phone provider/carrier to verify that your phone has the latest firmware. Check the signal strength icon on your phone. Avoid using the phone and BlueConnect in areas where the signal strength is poor and unable to provide a good conversation in both directions. Place phone closer to BlueConnect module, ie.the center of front seat area of the vehicle. I Am Told That I Sound Bad CHECK There is not an abnormal amount of noise inside of the vehicle while using BlueConnect. If they hear a lot of distortion. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Try eliminating any additional noise by rolling up the windows, turning the heater/ac blower fan down and reducing any loud noises or talking while using BlueConnect. Your BlueConnect unit may also pick up road noise. Try to avoid using BlueConnect when traveling on extremely rough roads. You may have a firmware issue. Verify the latest phone firmware is being used. Contact your phone provider / carrier.
19 Troubleshooting 17 The Voice Recognition is Not Working CHECK There is not an abnormal amount of noise inside of the vehicle while using BlueConnect. You are not speaking at the same time or before the BlueConnect beep is heard. You are not speaking to slow, too loud or too soft. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Try eliminating any additional noise by rolling up the windows, turning the heater/ac blower fan down and reducing any loud noises or talking while using BlueConnect. Your BlueConnect unit may also pick up road noise. Try to avoid using BlueConnect when traveling on extremely rough roads. Wait until the beep sounds before speaking. Try speaking in a normal voice when giving a command or response to BlueConnect. It Will Not Call The Name Given To It CHECK The name you called is stored in the BlueConnect phone book POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Store the name in BlueConnect phonebook, not in the phone. I Can t Select a Phone CHECK Phone is paired to BlueConnect. Phone is turned ON. Phone is LINKED to BlueConnect. POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS Pair the phone and LINK to BlueConnect. Turn the phone ON. Say, set up in main menu and then say Select Phone in order to select the desired paired phone to LINK. Help Using the HELP feature to get BlueConnect to give you the available commands. 1 Press and release the BlueConnect Phone button. 2 After the beep, say, Help or during any time BlueConnect is on, press the VR button and say, Help. The module lists the available commands for the current menu. For example, say, Help at the main menu and BlueConnect prompts available options are: Call, Dial, Phonebook, Redial, Emergency or Set Up.
20 18 Defective Product WHAT TO DO? If you suspect that you have defective product: 1. Before returning to your Hyundai Dealer, refer to the Troubleshooting sections as outlined in this document and perform the checks and solutions listed. 2. If you are still having difficulty, contact AutoIntelligence Technical Our technicians will then help you determine if a repair is required. If it is determined that repair is required please return to an authorized Hyundai Dealer for service.
21 Miscellaneous 19 Contacting Customer Service Before contacting support, please have the following information available (as listed below) before calling technical support the first time. Customer Name Purchase Date Detailed description of problem We reserve the right to make changes or improvements in our products from time to time without incurring the obligation to install such improvements or changes on equipment or items previously manufactured. To receive product support, contact AutoIntelligence at or Product Compliance This device complies with FCC rules part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may be received including interference that may cause undesired operation. WARNING: The transmitter has been tested and complies with FCC and IC rules. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the device. The term "IC:" before the certification/registration number only signifies that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. IC: 279B-UCONNCS JCI MODEL/FCC ID: CB2-UCONNCS
22 20 LIMITED WARRANTY Hyundai Motor America warrants this product against defects in material and workmanship under normal use and services for: o o A period of Three years or 36,000 miles, if installed in your new vehicle at the time of the vehicle purchase by your selling dealer. Or, A period of one year, parts and labor, if purchased after vehicle delivery from a Hyundai Dealer. HYUNDAI WARRANTS this Hyundai Accessory, if installed on 2008 model year vehicle by a Hyundai dealer, at the time of or prior to the vehicles date of first use, for 36 months / 36,000 miles, whichever occurs first from the date of first use. Accessories installed by a Hyundai dealer after the vehicle s date of first use, are covered for 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever occurs first from the date of purchase or installation.
23 Product Functions Incoming Calls 1. If you are not on a call, the BlueConnect blue LED light will come on and the system will announce the incoming call verbally. 2. If you are on a call, BlueConnect will announce the incoming call with a double-beep. 21 Call Waiting 1. Use this feature to place a call on hold. 2. Press and hold the Phone button until you hear one beep to place a call on hold. 3. Press and hold the Phone button again until you hear one beep to retrieve the call. Redial 1. Press and release the VR button and say, Redial. BlueConnect will redial the last number called on the cell phone. Digit String Dialing 1. BlueConnect will allow you to send <digits> to far-end as touch-tones (DTMF). 2. Use this feature in the event you need to dial into voice mail or an automated system. 3. Push VR button, say number sequence and then say, Send. 4. Example: #-# - Send VR Voice Recognition Button 1. Pressing and releasing the VR button interrupts the system and tells BlueConnect to listen for a command. 2. Pressing and releasing the VR button does not interfere with the person on the other end of the call. Transfer a Call 1. Press and release the VR button during a call and say, Transfer Call. This transfers the call from BlueConnect to your cell phone. 2. Press and release the VR button again and say, Transfer Call to transfer the call from your cell phone back to BlueConnect. Three Way Calling 1. This feature will not work unless your cell phone has three way calling capability. 2. Make your first call. Once connected press the VR button and say dial or call. This places the first call on hold. 3. Make the second call. When connected press and hold the Phone button until you hear two beeps. This joins the two calls. You can switch between calls by pressing and holding the Phone button until you hear one-beep. When on a call you can connect a second incoming call by pressing and holding the Phone button until you hear two beeps. Mute a Call 1. Press and release the VR button during the call and say Mute to turn the mute feature on. This mutes the in-car activity from the person on the other end of the call. 2. Press and release it again and say, Mute Off to turn the mute feature off. Call Reject 1. Use this feature when on a call to reject a second incoming call. 2. Let the double-beep play three times. Emergency 1. THIS IS NOT A SAFETY, LIFE SAVING OR AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY RESPONSE FEATURE OR SYSTEM. 2. This feature, in order to function properly, requires that a 911 service is available and that BlueConnect is paired to a cell phone which is on and in the vehicle. It also requires that the cell phone is able to receive and transmit properly at the time this feature is used.
24 Index 22 A F Prompts 4,9 Adding A Name 12 Function Overview 6 Q R Adding A New Location 12 G Redial feature 11,21 Audio Quality 16 Getting Started 4 Return Authorization 19 H S B Hands Free Profile 2 Safety & Warnings 3 Barge-In Button 5 Help 4,17 Select A Phone 10,17 Beeps 4,5 Hold Call 21 Set Up Command 7 Blue LED Light 5 I SIM Card 14 BlueConnect Commands 6 Incoming Calls 21 Speaker 5 BlueTooth 2 T Button Functions 5 J Table of Contents 1 C Johnson Controls 2 Three way Call 21 Call Feature 11 K - L Transfer A Call 21 Call Waiting 21 Legal Rights 20 Troubleshooting Cancel 4 List Paired Phones 8 U Cell Phone Battery 4 Listing Names 13 UIB 5 Cell Phone Firmware 16 UIB Buttons 5 Cell Phone Requirements 2, 4 M Unit Power Down 4 Cell Phone Signal 4 Microphone 6 User Interface Board 5 Clear Paired Phones 8 Mute 16,21 V Confirmation Prompts 9 N - O Vehicle Compatibility 2 Contact - Sales 2 Original Sales Receipt 21 Volume Buttons 5 Contact Service & Warranty 2 P VR (Voice Recognition) 5,17,21 Contact Technical Support 2 Pairing Mode 7 W Customer Contact Information 2 Phone Button 5 Warranty 20 Customer Service 19 Phone Compatibility 2 Warranty Period 20 D Phone Not Available 8 Web Site 2 Deactivation Button 5 Phone Operational Manual 7 Defective or Damaged Merchandise 18 Phone Pairing 7,14,1 5 Definition BlueConnect 2 Phone Priority 7,10 Delete A Phone 8 Phonebook 12 Deleting A Location 13 PIN 7,14 Deleting A Name 13 Precautions 3 Dial Feature 11 Product Compliance 19 Digit String Dialing 11, 21 Product Functions 21 DTMF Tones 5 Product Phone Support 19 E Product Registration 19 Editing A Number 13 Product Returns 19 Emergency 21 Product Serial Number 21 Erase All Names 14 Programming Safety 3
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