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To ensure smooth communication with voice control, pay attention to the following points:
Adjusting voice control
Calling up help
Calling up the Visual input assistance
If the Help texts function is deactivated, the visual input assistant can be displayed via the icon in the headline.
Calling up acoustic input assistance
Saying voice commands
Basically, there are three types of voice commands that can be given:
The displayed voice commands are a selection of all available commands. The system also recognizes synonyms if there are any. For example, instead of saying Call John Doe you can also say Phone Doe or Dial Doe.
Saying global voice commands
All available voice commands that call up a specific function are global voice commands. Global voice commands can always be used regardless of the selected main menu. This allows the direct calling up of a function without having to switch to the corresponding main menu beforehand. If, for example, the NAV main menu is active and the voice command Station e.g. Radio station XY is said, the station mentioned is called up.
Examples of global voice commands:
Saying general voice commands
General voice commands can be said at any point in the dialog.
Examples of general voice commands:
Saying dialog-related voice commands
Dialog-related voice commands are needed as soon as a dialog is conducted with the PCM. For example, these include the following voice commands:
Use list by voice
Scroll through a list
Saying a list entry
You can say blue list entries. Otherwise, list entries can be called up via the blue line numbers.