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This informative video tells you how to import your contacts from your mobile phone into the Honda Odyssey for easy access
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How to Import Contacts From a Phone to a Honda Odyssey
Your Bluetooth Hands Free Link Internal Phonebook allows you to store up to 50 contacts. Here, we’ll look at how to input contacts in one of three ways. First, you can input them VSP to recognition. Second, you can use Bluetooth to send individual phone numbers from your cellular phone. Last, if your phone supports the phonebook transfer function, you can input your entire cellular phonebook into the separate navigation system database in a few easy steps.
To add a number to the Hands Free Link Phonebook using voice recognition, press and release the “talk” button and say, “phonebook”. The system will then prompt you with available commands. Press and release the button and say “store” after the beep. The system will then prompt you to say the name that you would like to store. Press and release the “talk” button and say the name after the beep. The system will then ask you for the telephone number. Press and release the “talk” button and say the telephone number. They system will repeat the number to confirm it. Press and release the “talk” button and say “yes” to store the number in the system.
Some mobile phones can send in an entry directly from its phonebook to the Hands Free Link Phonebook. If your phone has this capability, here’s how it’s done. Press and release the “talk” button and say “phonebook”. They system will then prompt you with the available commands. Press and release the button and say “received contact”.
Hands Free Link is now waiting for your contact information. On your mobile phone, select the phonebook entry you’d like to store and send it to the Hands Free Link system via Bluetooth using your phone’s send command. Please see your phone’s operating manual for specific directions on how to send a number to the system.
The system will then prompt you for a name to assign to that number. Press and release the “talk” button. And after the beep, say the name that you would like to store. The system will repeat the name for confirmation then prompt you to receive another contact. If you say “no”, the system will assume you’re finished and return you to the main menu. If you need help at anytime, you can press and release the “talk” button and say, “hands free help”. It will prompt you with the available commands at that point in the system.
Finally, the odyssey’s navigation system has an expanded contact database that can store up to 10,000 phone numbers per phone allowing your entire phonebook to be imported into the navigation system’s database at one time. This is a separate list from the Hands Free Link Voice Command Phonebook. It can only be access through the navigation system.
At the time of this DVD is released, only a select few cellular phone models had this capability. So make sure yours is one of them before beginning this process. You can find out by going to handsfreelink.honda.com. To import all phone numbers into the navigation system database, turn on your navigation system and push the info button next to the screen.
From the menu that appears, select cellular phonebook. From the next menu that comes up, select “import cellular phonebook”. The navigation system will then automatically import your entire phonebook from your mobile phone. You’ll be able to make calls directly from the navigation system and proceed with your call using the Hands Free Link System as you normally would.
Once the process is complete, the screen will indicate the import was successful. Press and release the “navigation talk” button and say “OK” to proceed. If you wan to make this contact accessible via voice command, you can transfer up to 50 of these numbers one at a time into your voice activated Hands Free Link Internal Phonebook.
Simply select the contact you wish to transfer and select “send to hands free link”. As an added privacy measure, you can choose to assign a pin number to your imported phonebook preventing others from accessing your personal information. If you decide to use this optional feature, be sure to keep your pin number in a safe place. Because once the pin number is assigned in the navigation system, your phonebook cannot be search or deleted without it.
Remember, you can look to your quick start guide for the basics on using Hands Free Link. Your Odyssey Owners Manual has a complete list of the proper voice commands as well as all the instructions you’ll need to pair your compatible phone, store in im0portnat phone numbers and use all the convenient Hands Free Link features. And you can get further information including the latest on phone compatibility by calling the Hands Free Link Help Link desk at 888-528-7876 or by logging on to handsfreelink.honda.com.