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Cayenne

2013-2014 Cayenne – Manual

2013-2014 Cayenne – Manual

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Holding a call

  • You can hold an active call by pressing the Lift handset button on the PCM.
    The menu items "New call", "Take call", and "End call" are then available for you to select.
  • To continue the call, press the Lift handset button on the PCM again.

PCM phonebook

After you insert a SIM card, the phonebook entries are transferred from the SIM card to the PCM.
After a Bluetooth connection has been established between the PCM and the cell phone, the PCM also attempts to transfer the phonebook data from the cell phone. You can prevent this automatic phonebook transfer by deactivating the "Auto update" function. To find out more, please refer to the section "Setting automatic transfer of the phonebook" on page 69.

Displaying the phonebook

  1. Press the button.
    The PHONE main menu appears.
  2. Select "Phonebook".
    The phonebook is opened.
    If no entries have been stored in it yet, the message "List empty" is displayed.
    If entries have already been stored, these are shown in a list.

Calling a phonebook entry

  1. Press the button.
  2. Select "Phonebook".
  3. Select the phonebook entry you want.
  4. If there is more than one number stored for this entry, select the number you want.
  5. Select "Call number".
    The number you want is dialed.

Creating and storing a phonebook entry (only with the SIM card inserted)

  1. Press the button.
  2. Select "Phonebook".
  3. Select "New entry" at the end of the list.
  4. Select "Name".
    The input menu is opened.
  5. Enter the name you want by selecting the individual letters in the input menu and confirm your entry by pressing "OK".
  6. Select "Number".
  7. Enter the number you want by selecting the individual digits in the input menu and confirm your entry by pressing "OK".
  8. Select "Store entry".
    The entry is stored on the SIM card.

Be sure to include the area code when dialing locally or long distance in North America (there are a few exceptions to this). For overseas telephone calls you must dial the appropriate country code prefix if your telephone is not set up for international dialing.
For example, if you were dialing Germany with these telephones, you would enter "011-49..." Note however that certain telephones set up for international dialing can utilize the "+" function, in which case you would enter "+49...".

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