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Hi All,

Is there way to set up Speed Dial for my most frequently dialed numbers? I have not figured out a way so I keep using the speed dial on my actual phone or by using voice commands for 'Call, XXX". Is there a better way?

Many thanks, John
 

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John: you can create a group of favorites on your phone (or desktop contacts app), and then specify on your phone that you only want to sync that one group (or groups) when your phone connects to the MMI over bluetooth. The following instructions are for iPhones but in principle this will work for any phone that supports the Phone Book Access Profile standard:

http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/tips/comments/managing-bluetooth-contact-sync

Two additional benefits: the MMI establishes a bluetooth connection more quickly because there are fewer contacts to load (they're actually loaded each time you connect) and voice dialing is more responsive because there are fewer contacts to search through in your directory.
 

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Great Tip! Thanks.

John: you can create a group of favorites on your phone (or desktop contacts app), and then specify on your phone that you only want to sync that one group (or groups) when your phone connects to the MMI over bluetooth. The following instructions are for iPhones but in principle this will work for any phone that supports the Phone Book Access Profile standard:

http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/tips/comments/managing-bluetooth-contact-sync

Two additional benefits: the MMI establishes a bluetooth connection more quickly because there are fewer contacts to load (they're actually loaded each time you connect) and voice dialing is more responsive because there are fewer contacts to search through in your directory.
 

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John: you can create a group of favorites on your phone (or desktop contacts app), and then specify on your phone that you only want to sync that one group (or groups) when your phone connects to the MMI over bluetooth. The following instructions are for iPhones but in principle this will work for any phone that supports the Phone Book Access Profile standard:

http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/tips/comments/managing-bluetooth-contact-sync

Two additional benefits: the MMI establishes a bluetooth connection more quickly because there are fewer contacts to load (they're actually loaded each time you connect) and voice dialing is more responsive because there are fewer contacts to search through in your directory.
WOW, thanks!!

My bluetooth takes a long time to connect, so I will try this ASAP!!! :D
 
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