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FordMobileConnectivity
Getting Started
Feel the difference
Ford and your mobile phone.
A clever connection.
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 Sound&Connect
Would you like to use your mobile phone in your Ford? Or listen to music on your iPod, USB stick or mobile
phone? Operate everything using voice commands? No problem with your new Ford. This Getting Started guide
explains how to use this system.
1. Phoning via Bluetooth
2. USB/iPod use
3. Voice control
To ind out which mobile phones, USB devices and Apple products can be connected to the system and to
access other information (frequently asked questions, step-by-step video instructions) on your Ford audio
system, go to: www.ford-mobile-connectivity.com
How to connect your mobile phone with your Ford via Bluetooth
Before you can use your phone in your Ford, you have to create a Bluetooth connection.
First familiarise yourself with your mobile phone‘s Bluetooth functions (see the user manual for your phone)
and then proceed as follows:
1. Switch on your phone’s Bluetooth function.
2. In the Bluetooth menu on your phone, search for “Ford Audio“ and then select it.
3. A personal PIN will now appear on the radio display. Enter this PIN in your mobile phone.
If no PIN appears on the radio display, enter “0000“ in your mobile phone and then the PIN
that appears on the radio display.
4. If your phone asks if you would like this connection to be automatic in future, conirm with “Yes“.
5. Now your phone is active and you can use the handsfree functions.
Helpful step-by-step video instructions can be found on www.ford-mobile-connectivity.com
tips:
If you authorise the Bluetooth connection to Ford Audio, your phone will automatically connect when the vehicle
is started (see the user manual for your phone).
If the Bluetooth connection is unstable, it may help to restart your mobile occasionally.
You can register up to six mobile phones in the system, but only one can be the active phone you use to
make or take calls.
You have several options for making a phone call using your Ford audio system, which are described in the
following section.
Phoning safely in your Ford
1. Dialling by entering numbers on the radio keypad
You can enter the desired number manually. Press the “Phone“ button on your radio keypad and enter the
desired number. Then press the Green Receiver button (“Dial“). The system will connect you. You can end
the call by pressing the Red Receiver button (“End“). Some radio models do not offer this function.
2. Dialling via voice command
Your Ford audio system can connect your call via voice command.
Your action:
the system replies:
Step 1
Press the VOICE button (MODE button)
“Beep“
Step 2
Say “Phone“
“Phone“
Step 3
Say “Dial number“
“Number please“
Step 4
Enter the desired phone number
With the phone number and adds
as described below
“Continue“
Step 5
Continue entering the number or say “Dial“
Dialling
Say the phone number in blocks of digits or as an uninterrupted sequence of digits. The system will repeat
the digits as a block. Please do not use any iller words.
tip:
You can say the voice command “Dial“ right after saying the full number.
To simplify dialling, you can use voice commands to save up to twenty phone numbers under their corresponding
names and then call them up via the “Name directory”. For more details, please see your Ford driver’s manual.
3. Dialling a number in your phonebook using the radio system
The Ford audio system uses the personal phonebook stored in your mobile phone (provided the phone
supports this function). Only the contacts saved to your phone memory are displayed and transferred to the
vehicle. To make use of your personal phonebook entries, press the “Phone“ button on your radio. Look in
the “Phonebook“ menu to select the entry you want and then press the Green Receiver button to connect
(“Dial“).
4. Dialling a number from your calls list using the radio system
Another way to make a call is to use your mobile phone’s calls list (provided your phone supports this function).
Press the “Phone“ button and choose from the menu either
Missed Calls, Received Calls
or
Dialled Numbers
.
Select the number you want from the phone numbers stored there and press the Green Receiver button to
connect (“Dial“).
5. taking calls
You can take incoming calls with the Green Receiver button (“Accept“) or the “Phone“ button.
Enjoying mobile music in your Ford*
You can connect a number of different mobile music sources to your Ford audio system and listen to the
music of your choice in high quality stereo sound.
Information on the compatibility of music players and how to connect them can be found in step-by-step
video instructions on: www.ford-mobile-connectivity.com
Depending on the audio system, you can choose from the following music sources:
USB storage media
Just insert e.g. a USB stick in the USB port and choose it as playback source on your audio system’s menu.
You will see the ile structure of your USB stick on the display. Supported audio formats: MP3, WMA** and WAV.
apple iPod/iPhone
You can operate your iPod or iPhone very easily just like you usually do using the Ford audio system. For
the best operating comfort and optimal sound quality, we advise using the original Apple USB cable.
Bluetooth music source, for example Smart Phones
Via the Bluetooth connection you can play music tracks stored on your mobile phone in stereo.
How to activate the music source of your choice
Connect the music player you want to use to your Ford audio system. Select the desired source
(USB, iPod or Bluetooth) by pressing the “AUX“ button repeatedly until you see it displayed, or
via voice command. The device you selected will automatically begin playback.
tip:
You can also use the USB port to charge your mobile device.
*Mobile music functions are only available with the “USB/iPod“ equipment package. In this case your car will be equipped
with a USB port, which is located, depending on car model, either in the glove compartment, the centre console or the armrest
compartment.
**DRM-protected WMA iles will not play.
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