Displaying user guide

Displaying user guide  - INFINITI Voice Recognition alternate command mode - INFINITI Voice Recognition system (models with navigation system) - Monitor, climate, audio, phone and voice recognition systems - Infiniti G Owners Manual - Infiniti G

You can confirm how to use voice commands by accessing a simplified User Guide, which contains basic instructions and tutorials for several voice commands.

You can confirm how to use voice commands by accessing a simplified User Guide, which contains basic instructions and tutorials for several voice commands.

1. Push the INFO button on the instrument panel.

2. Select the Others key using the INFINITI controller and push the ENTER button.

3. Highlight the Voice Recognition key using the INFINITI controller and push the ENTER button.

4. Highlight the User Guide key using the INFINITI controller and push the ENTER button.

5. Highlight an item using the INFINITI controller and push the ENTER button.

Available items:

Getting Started Describe the basics of how to operate the INFINITI Voice Recognition system.

Lets Practice Mode that allows practicing by following the instructions of the system voice.

Using the Address Book Refer to Navigation System Owners Manual.

Finding a Street Address (if so equipped) Refer to Navigation System Owners Manual.

Placing Calls Tutorial for making a phone call by voice command operation.

Help on Speaking Displays useful tips for how to correctly speak commands in order for them to be properly recognized by the system.

Voice Recognition Settings Describes the available voice recognition settings.

Adapting the System to Your Voice Tutorial adapting the system to your voice.

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