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Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual: Hands-Free Phone

General Information without Touchscreen

To use the hands-free phone on vehicles
without a touchscreen radio, press ,
select Onstar Hands-Free Calling, then enter the desired number.

General Information with Touchscreen

Vehicles with a Hands-Free Phone system can use a Bluetooth-capable cell phone with a hands-free profile to make and receive phone calls.

The infotainment system and voice control are used to operate the system. Not all phones support all functions and not all phones work with the Hands-Free Phone system.

Hands-Free Phone Controls

Use the buttons on the infotainment system and the steering wheel to operate the Hands-Free Phone system.

Steering Wheel Controls

Steering wheel controls can be used to:

(Push to Talk): Press to answer
incoming calls and to confirm system information. Press and hold for two to three seconds to access the call list.

(Mute/End Call): Press to end a call,
decline a call, or cancel an operation.

Making a Call by Entering a Phone Number

  1. Enter the phone number using
    the keypad on the telephone screen.
  2. Press   on the screen
    or on the steering wheel controls.

If a wrong number is entered, press to delete the number one digit at
a time, or press and hold to delete
all digits of the number.

Switching a Call to the Cell Phone (Private Mode)

To switch the call from the cell phone to hands-free:

  1. Press .

  2. Press again to switch back
    to hands-free.

Turning the Microphone On and Off

Press   to turn the microphone
on or off.

Calling by Redial

To call by using redial:

  1. Press on the steering wheel
    controls to display the redial guidance screen.

Redialing is not possible when there is no call history.

Taking calls

When a phone call comes through the connected Bluetooth cell phone, the playing track will be cut off and the phone will ring with the relevant information displayed.

Press on the steering wheel controls
or press Accept on the screen.

To decline the call, press on the
steering wheel controls or press Reject on the screen.

Using the Phone Book Menu

  1. Press Phone Book on the telephone screen.
  2. Press or 
    to scroll through the list.

  3. Select the phone book entry to call.
  4. Press the number to dial.

Searching for Phone Book Entries

  1. Press Phone Book on the telephone screen.
  2. Press on the phone book screen.

  3. Use the keypad to input the name to search. For details, refer to the “Searching for a Name” later in this section.
  4. Select the phone book entry to call.
  5. Press the number to dial.

When the Bluetooth device and infotainment system are successfully paired, the phone book will download. Some phones may not download automatically. If this happens, connect it again or proceed with the phone book download on the phone.

Searching for a Name

Select characters by using the keypad on the phone book screen.

As characters are selected, the names that include those characters will display on the phone book screen. As more characters of the name are entered, the list of possible names is shortened.

To search for the name Alex:

  1. Press (abc) to select the first character.
  2. Press (jkl) to select the second character.
  3. Press (def) to select the third character.
  4. Press (wxy) to select the fourth character.

Making a Call from Call History

  1. Press Call History on the telephone screen.
  2. Press one of the following for:
  1. Select the phone book entry to call.

Making a Call with Speed Dial Numbers

Press and hold the speed dial number using the keypad on the telephone screen.

Only speed dial numbers already stored on the cell phone can be used for speed dial calls. Up to two-digit speed dial numbers are supported.

For two-digit speed dial numbers, press and hold the second digit to make a call to the speed dial number.

Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls)
To use infotainment controls to access the menu system, see Overview on page 7-3. Pairing A Bluetooth-enabled cell phone must be paired to the Bluetooth system and then connected to the vehicle ...

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