Mazda 2: Bluetooth®

Bluetooth ® Hands-Free outline

When a Bluetooth ® device (mobile phone) is connected to the vehicle's Bluetooth ® unit via radio wave transmission, a call can be made or received by pressing the talk button, pickup button, or hang-up button on the audio remote control switch, or by operating the centre display. For example, even if a device (mobile phone) is in your coat pocket, a call can be made without taking the device (mobile phone) out and operating it directly.

Bluetooth ® audio outline

When a portable audio unit equipped with the Bluetooth ® communication function is paired to the vehicle, you can listen to music stored on the paired portable audio device from the vehicle's speakers. It is not necessary to connect the portable audio device to the vehicle's external input terminal. After programming, operate the vehicle audio control panel to play/ stop the audio.

NOTE

CAUTION

Some Bluetooth ® mobile devices are not compatible with the vehicle. Consult an Authorised Mazda Repairer, Mazda's call centre or Web support centre for information regarding Bluetooth ® mobile device compatibility: Phone: (Germany) 0800 4263 738 (8:00—18:00 Central European Time) (Except Germany) 00800 4263 7383 (8:00—18:00 Central European Time) (Worldwide) 49 (0) 6838 907 287 (8:00—18:00 Central European Time) Web: http://www.mazdahandsfree.com

Applicable Bluetooth ® specifi cation (Recommended)

Type A/Type B: Ver. 2.0

Type C/Type D: Ver. 1.1/1.2/2.0 EDR/2.1 EDR/3.0 (conformity)

Component Parts

Component Parts


Microphone (hands-free)

The microphone is used for speaking voice commands or when making a Hands-free call.

Talk button, Pick-Up button and Hang-Up button (hands-free)

The basic functions of Bluetooth ® Hands-Free can be used for such things as making calls or hanging up using the talk, pick-up and hang-up buttons on the steering wheel.

Commander switch (Type C/Type D)

The commander switch is used for volume adjustment and display operation. Tilt or turn the commander knob to move the cursor. Press the commander knob to select the icon.

Volume adjustment

The power/volume dial of the audio unit *1 or the volume dial of the commander switch *2 is used to adjust the volume. Turn the dial to the right to increase volume, to the left to decrease it.

The volume can also be adjusted using the volume button on the steering wheel.

*1 Type A/Type B

*2 Type C/Type D

NOTE

If the volume is lower compared to other audio modes, increase the volume from the device side.

(Type C/Type D)

Conversation volume and the volume of the voice guidance and ringtone can each be set in advance.

  1. Select the icon on the home
    screen and display the Communication screen.
  2. Select

  3. Adjust the and the
    using the slider.

Bluetooth ® Preparation (Type A/ Type B)

Bluetooth ® Hands-Free Preparation

Pairing code setting

The 4-digit pairing code setting for registration of your cell phone (pairing) can be set beforehand.

NOTE

The initial setting value is “0000”.

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Pairing options”
  5. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pair, Edit, Delete, List, or Set pin Code.”
  6. Say: [Beep] “Set pin code”
  7. Prompt: “Your current pin code is XXXX. Do you want to change it to a different pairing pin code?”
  8. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  9. Prompt: “Please say a 4-digit pairing code.”
  10. Say: [Beep] “YYYY”
  11. Prompt: “YYYY is this correct?”
  12. Say: [Beep] “Yes” or “No”
  13. If “Yes”, go to Step 14. If “No”, the procedure returns to Step 9.
  14. Prompt: “Your new pairing pin code is YYYY. Use this pin code when pairing devices to the Hands free system. Do you want to pair a device now?”
  15. Say: [Beep] “Yes” or “No”
  16. If “Yes”, the system switches to the device registration mode. If “No”, the system returns to standby status.

Device pairing

To use Bluetooth ® Hands-Free, the device equipped with Bluetooth ® has to be paired to the Bluetooth ® unit using the following procedure.

A maximum of seven devices including hands-free mobile phones and Bluetooth ® audio devices can be paired to one vehicle.

NOTE

  1. Activate the Bluetooth ® application of the device.

NOTE

For the operation of the device, refer to its instruction manual

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Pairing options”
  5. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pair, edit, delete, list, or set pin code.”
  6. Say: [Beep] “Pair”
  7. Prompt: “Start the pairing process on your Bluetooth ® device. Your pin code is 0000 (XXXX). Input this on your Bluetooth® device. See device manual for instructions.”
  8. Using the device, perform a search for the Bluetooth ® device (Peripheral device).

NOTE

For the operation of the device, refer to its instruction manual.

  1. Select “Mazda” from the device list searched by the device.
  2. Input the 4-digit pairing code to the device.
  3. Prompt: “Please say the name of the device after the beep.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “XXXX - - -” (Speak a “device tag”, an arbitrary name for the device.) Example: “Stan's device.”

NOTE

Say a paired “device tag” within 10 seconds.

If more than two devices are to be paired, they cannot be paired with the same or similar “device tag”.

  1. Prompt: “Adding XXXXXX - - - (Ex.

    “Stan's device”) (Device tag). Is this correct?”

  2. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  3. Prompt: “Pairing complete”

After a device is registered, the system automatically identifi es the device. By activating Bluetooth ® Hands-Free again, or by activating Bluetooth ® Hands-Free fi rst after switching the ignition from OFF to ACC, the system reads out a voice guidance, “XXXXXX - - - (Ex. “Stan's device”) (Device tag) is connected”.

NOTE

Registered device read-out

Bluetooth ® Hands-Free can read-out the devices registered to its system.

NOTE

Do this function only when parked. It is too distracting to attempt while driving and you may make too many errors to be effective

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Pairing options”
  5. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pair, edit, delete, list, or set pin code.”
  6. Say: [Beep] “List”
  7. Prompt: “XXXXX..., XXXXX..., XXXXX... (Ex. Device A, device B, device C)” (The voice guidance reads out the device tags registered to the hands-free system.)

Press the talk button with a short press during the read-out at the desired device, and then say one of the following voice commands to execute it.

  1. Prompt: “End of list, would you like to start from the beginning?”
  2. Say: [Beep] “No”
  3. Prompt: “Returning to main menu.”

Device selection

If several devices have been paired, the Bluetooth® unit links the device last paired. If you would like to link a different paired device, it is necessary to change the link. The order of device priority after the link has been changed is maintained even when the ignition is switched off.

(Hands-free phone)

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Select phone”
  5. Prompt: “Please say the name of the device you would like to select.

    Available devices are XXXXX... (Ex.

    device A), XXXXX... (Ex. device B), XXXXX... (Ex. device C). Which device please?”

  6. Say: [Beep] “X” (Say the number for the mobile phone to be connected.)
  7. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. device B...) (Registered device tag) is this correct?”
  8. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  9. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. device B...) (Device tag) selected.”

(Music player)

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Select music player”
  5. Prompt: “Please say the name of the device you would like to select.

    Available devices are XXXXX... (Ex.

    device A), XXXXX... (Ex. device B), XXXXX... (Ex. device C). Which device please?”

  6. Say: [Beep] “X” (Say the number for the music player to be connected.)
  7. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. device B...) (Registered device tag) is this correct?”
  8. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  9. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. device B...) (Device tag) selected.”

NOTE

Deleting a device

Registered devices (Mobile phone) can be deleted individually or collectively.

NOTE

Do this function only when parked. It is too distracting to attempt while driving and you may make too many errors to be effective.

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Pairing options”
  5. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pair, edit, delete, list, or set pin code.”

NOTE

A registered device (Mobile phone) can be deleted using the registration list.

  1. Say: [Beep] “Delete”
  2. Prompt: “Please say the name of the device you would like to delete.

    Available devices are XXXXX... (Ex.

    device A), XXXXX... (Ex. device B), XXXXX... (Ex. device C), or all.

    Which device please?”

  3. Say: [Beep] “X” (Say the number of the device to be deleted.)

NOTE

Say “All” to delete all devices (Mobile phone).

  1. Prompt: “Deleting XXXXX... (Ex.

    device B...) (Registered device tag). Is this correct?”

  2. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  3. Prompt: “Deleted”

Registered device editing

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Pairing options”
  5. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pair, edit, delete, list, or set pin code.”
  6. Say: [Beep] “Edit”
  7. Prompt: “Please say the name of the device you would like to edit. Available devices are XXXXX... (Ex. device A), XXXXX... (Ex. device B), XXXXX...

    (Ex. device C). Which device please?”

  8. Say: [Beep] “X” (Say the number of the device to be edited.)
  9. Prompt: “New name please?”
  10. Say: [Beep] “XXXXX... (Ex. device C)” (Speak a “device tag”, an arbitrary name for the device.)
  11. Prompt: “XXXXX... (Ex. device C) (Device tag), is this correct?”
  12. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  13. Prompt: “New name saved.”

Bluetooth ® Audio Preparation

Bluetooth ® audio device set-up

Bluetooth ® audio pairing, changes, deletions, and display of paired device information can be performed.

  1. The mode changes as follows each time the menu button ( ) is
    pressed.

    Select “ BT SETUP ”.

Bluetooth ® audio device set-up


Type B

Bluetooth ® audio device set-up


* Depending on the mode selected, the indication changes.

  1. Turn the audio control dial and select a desired mode.

Bluetooth ® Audio Preparation


Bluetooth ® Audio Preparation


  1. Press the audio control dial to determine the mode.

Bluetooth ® audio device pairing

Any Bluetooth ® audio device must be paired to the vehicle's Bluetooth ® unit before it can be listened to over the vehicle's speakers.

A maximum of seven devices including Bluetooth® audio devices and handsfree mobile phones can be paired to one vehicle.

NOTE

Concerning the operation of a Bluetooth ® audio device itself, refer to its instruction manual.

Some Bluetooth ® audio devices have PIN codes (four digits). Refer to the audio device's instruction manual because the pairing procedure differs depending on whether it has a PIN code or not.

Pairing a Bluetooth ® audio device which has a four-digit PIN code

  1. Using the audio control dial, select the pairing mode “ PAIR DEVICE ” in the “ BT SETUP ” mode. (Refer to “Bluetooth® audio device set-up” for details.)
  2. Press the audio control dial to determine the mode.

    After “ ENTER PIN ” is displayed on the audio display for three seconds, “ PIN 0000 ” is displayed and the PIN code can be input.

  3. Input the PIN code of your Bluetooth ® audio device by pressing channel preset buttons 1 to 4 while “ PIN 0000 ” is displayed.

    Press channel preset button 1 to input the fi rst digit, 2 for the second, 3 for the third, and 4 for the forth. For example, if the PIN code were “4213”, press channel preset button 1 four times (1, 2, 3, 4), button 2 twice (1, 2), button 3 once (1), and button 4 three times (1, 2, 3). If the “ PIN 0000 ” display disappears before fi nishing the PIN code input, repeat the procedure from Step 1.

NOTE

Some devices accept only a particular pairing code (Usually, “0000” or “1234”).

If pairing cannot be completed, refer to the owner's manual of your mobile device, and try those numbers if necessary.

  1. Press the audio control dial while the input PIN code is displayed.

    “ PAIRING ” fl ashes on the display.

  2. Operate the Bluetooth ® audio device and set it to the pairing mode while “ PAIRING ” is fl ashing.
  3. When the pairing is completed, “
    ” and “ PAIR SUCCESS ” are displayed after about 10-30 seconds, after which “ PAIR SUCCESS ” continues to be displayed for three seconds, and then the unit returns to the normal display.

NOTE

Pairing a Bluetooth ® audio device which does not have a four-digit PIN code

  1. Using the audio control dial, select the pairing mode “ PAIR DEVICE ” in the “ BT SETUP ” mode. (Refer to “Bluetooth® audio set up” for details.)
  2. Press the audio control dial to determine the mode. After “ ENTER PIN ” is displayed on the audio display for three seconds, “ PIN 0000 ” is displayed and the PIN code can be input.
  3. Press the audio control dial while “ PIN 0000 ” is displayed.

    “ PAIRING ” fl ashes on the audio display.

  4. Operate the Bluetooth ® audio device and set it to the pairing mode while “ PAIRING ” is fl ashing
  5. As the Bluetooth ® audio device requires a PIN code, input “0000”.
  6. When the pairing is completed, “ ” and
    “ PAIR SUCCESS ” are displayed after about 10-30 seconds, after which “ PAIR SUCCESS ” continues to be displayed for three seconds, and then the unit returns to the normal display.

NOTE

Device selection

If several devices have been paired, the Bluetooth® unit links the device last paired. If you would like to link a different paired device, it is necessary to change the link. The order of device priority after the link has been changed is maintained even when the ignition is switched off.

  1. Using the audio control dial, select the link change mode “ LINK CHANGE ” in the “ BT SETUP ” mode. (Refer to “Bluetooth® audio device set-up” for details.)
  2. Press the audio control dial to determine the mode.
  3. The name of the currently linked Bluetooth® audio device is displayed.

    If no Bluetooth ® audio device is currently linked, the name of the fi rst device among the paired devices is displayed.

  4. Turn the audio control dial to select the name of the device you would like to link.

Device selection


  1. Press the audio control dial to select the device you would like to link.

    The “ ” symbol disappears, and
    “ PAIRING ” fl ashes in the audio display.

NOTE

When “ GO BACK ” is selected and the audio control dial is pressed, the display returns to “ LINK CHANGE ”.

  1. If the link to the desired device is successful, the “ ” symbol is
    displayed again, together with “ LINK CHANGED”. “ LINK CHANGED ” is displayed for three seconds, then it returns to the normal display.

NOTE

How to confi rm the device currently linked

Switch to the link-change mode. (Refer to “Changing the link to a Bluetooth ® audio device”) The device name displayed fi rst is the device which is currently linked.

Deleting a device

  1. Using the audio control dial, select the pairing delete mode “ PAIR DELETE ” in the “ BT SETUP ” mode. (Refer to “Bluetooth® audio device set-up” for details.)
  2. Press the audio control dial to determine the mode.
  3. The name of the fi rst device among the paired devices is displayed.
  4. Rotate the audio control dial and select the name of the paired device you would like to delete.

Deleting a device


NOTE

Only the names of paired devices can be displayed. If only one device is paired, only the name for this device is displayed.

  1. If a selection other than “ GO BACK ” is made and the audio control dial is pressed, “ SURE ? NO ” is displayed.
  2. Rotate the audio control dial clockwise and switch the display to “ SURE ? YES ”.

NOTE

The display changes as follows depending on whether the audio control dial is rotated clockwise or anticlockwise.

-Clockwise: “ SURE ? YES ” displayed -Anticlockwise: “ SURE ? NO ” displayed

  1. Press the audio control dial to delete the selected device.

NOTE

Select “ GO BACK ” and press the audio control dial to return to the “ PAIR DELETE ” display.

  1. “ PAIR DELETED ” is displayed for three seconds after the deletion is completed, and then it returns to the normal display.

NOTE

If an error occurs while trying to delete the paired device, “ Err ” fl ashes in the display for three seconds and the display returns to “ LINK DELETE ”.

Bluetooth ® audio device information display

  1. Using the audio control dial, select the pair device information display mode “ DEVICE INFO ” in the “ BT SETUP ” mode. (Refer to “Bluetooth ® audio device set-up” for details.)
  2. Press the audio control dial to determine the mode.
  3. The name of the Bluetooth ® unit device is displayed
  4. Rotate the audio control dial to select the information for the Bluetooth ® unit which you would like to view.

Bluetooth ® audio device information display


NOTE

When “ GO BACK ” is selected and the audio control dial is pressed, the display returns to “ DEVICE INFO ”.

Available Language (Type A/Type B)

The available languages are English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, and Portuguese. If the language setting is changed, all of the voice guidance and voice input commands are done in the selected language.

NOTE

(Method 1)

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Language”
  5. Prompt: “Select a language: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, or Portuguese.”
  6. Say: [Beep] “French” (Speak the desired language: “English”, “French”, “Spanish”, “Italian”, “German”, “Dutch”, or “Portuguese”)

NOTE

Other language settings can also be made while in the current setting by saying the name of the language in the native pronunciation.

  1. Prompt: “French (Desired language) selected. Is this correct?”
  2. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  3. Prompt: “Please wait. Switching to French phonebook. French selected.” (Spoken in the newly selected language).

(Method 2)

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “French” (Say the desired language: “English”, “French”, “Spanish”, “Italian”, “German”, “Dutch”, or “Portuguese”). (Change the desired language by saying the language name.)

NOTE

Other language settings can also be made while in the current setting by saying the name of the language in the native pronunciation.

  1. Prompt: “Would you like to change the language to French (Desired language)?”
  2. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  3. Prompt: “Please wait. Switching to French phonebook. French selected.” (Spoken in the newly selected language).

Voice Recognition (Type A/Type B)

In this section, the basic operation of the voice recognition is explained.

Activating Voice Recognition

To Activate the Main Menu: Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.

Ending Voice Recognition

Use one of the following methods:

Skipping Voice Guidance (for faster operation)

Press and release the talk-button.

NOTE

Tutorial

The tutorial explains how to use Bluetooth® Hands-Free.

To activate the tutorial, do the following:

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press
  2. Say: [Beep] “Tutorial”
  3. Follow the prompts to receive the appropriate voice guidance instructions.

Commands useable anytime during voice recognition

“Help” or “Go Back” are commands which can be used at anytime during voice recognition.

Help function use

The help function informs the user of all the available voice commands under the current conditions.

  1. Say: [Beep] “Help”
  2. Follow the prompts to receive the appropriate voice guidance instructions.

Returning to previous operation

This command is for returning to the previous operation while in the voice recognition mode.

Say: [Beep] “Go Back”

To prevent a deterioration in the voice recognition rate and voice quality, the following points should be observed:

NOTE

If the voice recognition performance is not satisfactory.

Refer to Voice Recognition Learning Function (Speaker Enrolment) (Type A/ Type B) on page 5-108 .

Refer to Troubleshooting on page 5-145 .

Security Setting (Type A/Type B)

If a password is set, the system cannot be activated unless the password is input.

NOTE

Do this function only when parked. It is too distracting to attempt while driving and you may make too many errors to be effective.

Password setting

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Password”
  5. Prompt: “Password is disabled. Would you like to enable it?”
  6. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  7. Prompt: “Please say a 4-digit password. Remember this password. It will be required to use this system.”
  8. Say: [Beep] “XXXX” (Say a desired 4-digit password, “PCode”.)
  9. Prompt: “Password XXXX (Password, PCode). Is this correct?”
  10. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  11. Prompt: “Password is enabled.”

Using Bluetooth ® Hands-Free with a password

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Prompt: “Hands-Free system is locked. State the password to continue.”
  3. Say: [Beep] “XXXX” (Say the set password “PCode”.)
  4. If the correct password is input, voice guidance “XXXXXX... (Ex. “Mary's device”) (Device tag) is connected” is announced.

    If the password is incorrect, voice guidance “XXXX (4-digit password, Pcode) incorrect password, please try again” is announced.

Cancelling the password

NOTE

Do this function only when parked. It is too distracting to attempt while driving and you may make too many errors to be effective.

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Password”
  5. Prompt: “Password is enabled. Would you like to disable it?”
  6. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  7. Prompt: “Password is disabled.”

Confi rmation Prompts

The confi rmation prompt confi rms the command content to the user before advancing to the operation requested by the user. When this function is turned on, the system reads out the voice input command previously received and confi rms whether the command is correct before advancing to the command execution.

When the confi rmation prompt function is turned on: (Ex. “Calling John's device. Is this correct?”) When the confi rmation prompt function is turned off: (Ex. “Calling John's device.”)

NOTE

If the confi rmation prompt function is turned off when making an emergency call, the system reads out and confi rms the command before executing it.

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Setup”
  3. Prompt: “Select one of the following: Pairing options, confi rmation prompts, language, password, select phone or select music player.”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Confi rmation prompts”
  5. Prompt: “Confi rmation prompts are on/off. Would you like to turn confi rmation prompts off/on?”
  6. Say: [Beep] “Yes”
  7. Prompt: “Confi rmation prompts are off/on.”

Voice Recognition Learning Function (Speaker Enrolment) (Type A/Type B)

The voice recognition learning function enables voice recognition appropriate to the characteristics of the user's voice. If the recognition of the voice input commands to the system is not adequate, this function can largely improve the system's voice recognition of the user. If your voice can be recognised suffi ciently without using this function, you may not realize the added benefi t of the function. To register your voice, the voice input command list must be read out. Read out the list when the vehicle is parked. Perform the registration in as quiet a place as possible 5-105 . The registration must be performed completely. The required time is a few minutes. The user needs to be seated in the driver's seat with the voice input command list for voice recognition learning open to the page indicated below.

When voice recognition learning is done for the fi rst time

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press
  2. Say: [Beep] “Voice training”
  3. Prompt: “This operation must be performed in a quiet environment while the vehicle is stopped. See the owner's manual for the list of required training phrases. Press and release the talk button when you are ready to begin.

    Press the hang-up button to cancel at any time.”

  4. Press the talk button with a short press.
  5. The voice guidance reads out the voice input command number (refer to the voice input command list for voice recognition learning). (Ex. “Please read phrase 1” )
  6. Say: [Beep] “0123456789” (Say the voice input command for voice recognition learning (1 to 8) according to the voice guidance.)
  7. Prompt: “Speaker enrolment is complete.”

NOTE

If an error occurred in the voice recognition learning, re-learning can be done by pressing the talk button with a short press.

Voice recognition re-learning

If voice recognition learning has already been done.

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Voice training”
  3. Prompt: “Enrolment is enabled/ disabled. Would you like to disable/ enable or retrain?”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Retrain”
  5. Prompt: “This operation must be performed in a quiet environment while the vehicle is stopped. See the owner's manual for the list of required training phrases. Press and release the talk button when you are ready to begin.

    Press the hang-up button to cancel at any time.”

  6. Press the talk button with a short press.
  7. The voice guidance reads out the voice input command number (refer to the voice input command list for voice recognition learning). (Ex. “Please read phrase 1”)
  8. Say: [Beep] “0123456789” (Say the voice input command for voice recognition learning (1 to 8) according to the voice guidance.)
  9. Prompt: “Speaker enrolment is complete.”

NOTE

If an error occurred in the voice recognition learning, re-learning can be done by pressing the talk button with a short press.

Voice input command list for voice recognition learning

When reading out, the following points must be observed:

Ex.

“(888) 555-1212” must be spoken “Eight, eight, eight, fi ve, fi ve, fi ve, one, two, one, two.”


NOTE

Voice recognition learning on/off

  1. Press the pick-up button or talk button with a short press.
  2. Say: [Beep] “Voice training”
  3. Prompt: “Enrolment is enabled/ disabled. Would you like to disable/ enable or retrain?”
  4. Say: [Beep] “Disable” or “Enable”
  5. When “Disable” is spoken, the voice recognition learning is turned off.

    When “Enable” is spoken, the voice recognition learning is turned on.

  6. Prompt: “Speaker Enrolment is disabled/enabled.”

Bluetooth ® Preparation (Type C/ Type D)

Device pairing

To use Bluetooth ® audio and Hands-Free, the device equipped with Bluetooth ® has to be paired to the unit using the following procedure. A maximum of seven devices including Bluetooth ® audio devices and hands-free mobile phones can be paired.

NOTE

The Bluetooth ® system may not operate for 1 or 2 minutes after the ignition is switched to ACC or ON. However, this does not indicate a problem. If the Bluetooth® system does not connect automatically after 1 or 2 minutes have elapsed, make sure that the Bluetooth ® setting on the device is normal and attempt to reconnect the Bluetooth ® device from the vehicle side.

Pairing Procedure

  1. Select the  icon on
    the home screen and display the Settings screen.
  2. Select the tab.

  3. Select

  4. Turn the Bluetooth ® setting on.
  5. Select  to display
    the message and switch to the device operation.
  6. Using your device, perform a search for the Bluetooth ® device (Peripheral device).
  7. Select “Mazda” from the device list searched by the device.
  8. (Device with Bluetooth ® version 2.0) Input the displayed 4-digit pairing code into the device.

    (Device with Bluetooth ® version 2.1 or higher) Make sure the displayed 6-digit code on the audio is also displayed on the device, and touch the .


    Connection permission and phonebook access permission for your mobile device may be required depending on the mobile device.

  9. If pairing is successful, the functions of the device connected to Bluetooth ® are displayed.
  10. (Devices compatible with Mazda Email / SMS function) SMS (Short Message Service) messages, and E-mail for the device are downloaded automatically. A download permission operation for your device may be required depending on the device.

NOTE

When Call history and messages are downloaded automatically, each automatic download setting must be on.

Refer to Communication Settings on page 5-130 .

After a device is registered, the system automatically identifi es the device. By activating Bluetooth ® Hands-Free again, or by activating Bluetooth ® Hands-Free fi rst after switching the ignition from OFF to ACC, the device connection condition is indicated in the centre display.

IMPORTANT note about pairing and automatic reconnection:

Device selection

If several devices have been paired, the Bluetooth® unit links the device last paired. If you would like to link a different paired device, it is necessary to change the link. The order of device priority after the link has been changed is maintained even when the ignition is switched off.

Connecting other devices

  1. Select the icon on the
    home screen and display the Settings screen.
  2. Select the tab.

  3. Select

  4. Turn the Bluetooth ® setting on.
  5. Select the name of the device you would like to connect.
  6. selection
    Connects both devices as hands-free and Bluetooth ® audio.

selection
Connects as a hands-free device.

selection
Connects as Bluetooth ® audio.

NOTE

The following functions can be used for the Hands-free or audio.

Disconnecting a device

  1. Select the icon on the home
    screen and display the Settings screen.
  2. Select the tab.

  3. Select

  4. Turn the Bluetooth ® setting on.
  5. Select the device name which is currently connected.
  6. Select

Deleting a device

Selecting and deleting devices

  1. Select the icon on the home
    screen and display the Settings screen.
  2. Select the tab.

  3. Select

  4. Turn the Bluetooth ® setting on.
  5. Select the device name which you would like to delete.
  6. Select

  7. Select

Deleting all devices

  1. Select the icon on the
    home screen and display the Settings screen.
  2. Select the tab.

  3. Select

  4. Select

  5. Select

  6. Select

Changing PIN code

PIN code (4 digits) can be changed.

  1. Select the icon on the
    home screen and display the Settings screen.
  2. Select the tab.

  3. Select

  4. Select

  5. Select

  6. Input the new PIN code to be set.
  7. Select .

Available Language (Type C/Type D)*

The language can be changed.

Refer to Settings on page 5-67 .

NOTE

Depending on the language, it may only be available for the screen display, but not for the voice recognition.

Voice Recognition (Type C/Type D)

In this section, the basic operation of the voice recognition is explained.

Activating Voice Recognition

Press the talk button.

Ending Voice Recognition

Use one of the following methods:

Skipping Voice Guidance (for faster operation)

Press and release the talk button.

Troubleshooting for Voice Recognition

If you do not understand an operation method while in the voice recognition mode, say “Tutorial” or “Help”.

Commands useable anytime during voice recognition

“Go Back” and “Cancel” are commands which can be used at anytime during voice recognition.

Returning to previous operation

To return to the previous operation, say, “Go Back” while in voice recognition mode.

Cancel

To put the Bluetooth ® Hands-Free system in standby mode, say, “Cancel” while in voice recognition mode.

To prevent a deterioration in the voice recognition rate and voice quality, the following points should be observed:

NOTE

If the voice recognition performance is not satisfactory.

Refer to Troubleshooting on page 5-145 .

Audio Operation Using Voice Recognition (Type C/Type D)

Main audio operation

The below commands are examples of the available commands.

When the talk button is pressed and the following command is spoken out, the audio can be operated. The commands in the () can be omitted. The specifi ed name and number are put into the {}.

Main audio operation


NOTE

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 Declaration of Conformity

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