Acura RL (2011 year). Instruction — page 23

Select this

option to delete all stored messages
within a category, except for
diagnostic info and recall campaign
messages. These messages can only
be deleted by a certified technician
after the recall is done or the
problem is corrected, or through a
broadcast message from Acura.

Select ON if you want to be notified
of new messages (envelope icon
appears on the navigation screen).
Select OFF if you do not want to be
notified of new messages (envelope
icon does not appear on the screen).
Messages can still be accessed using
the INFO menu. If you would like to
stop receiving messages, visit the
My Acura website at

to change your messaging

preferences.

To access the following functions,
press the SETUP button, push the
interface selector to the right to
select Other, then rotate the
interface knob to select AcuraLink/
Messages.

www.owners.

acura.com

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Delete Messages

New Message Notif ication

AcuraLink (U.S. models only)

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Select

this option to begin the process
required to connect to Acura. This is
used to access the most recent
diagnostic information when a
problem occurs.

For the Phone-Data

Connection button to be active, you
need a

compatible and

enabled cell phone paired to

HandsFreeLink (HFL).

To complete the data connection
setup, the paired phone must have a
compatible data service.

Select ON to have

the system automatically read each
message to you. Select OFF to
manually select the Voice option
when you want a message read to
you.

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

Phone-Data Connection

Auto Reading

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NOTE:

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The default setting is prompt. When
a diagnostic info message appears,
and you select the Check Now option,
the system will prompt you before
connecting to the Acura server. If
you do not wish to connect at that
time, select No at the prompt, and
you will see the information from the
onboard database. The ‘‘Auto’’
setting will remove the prompt when
you select the Check Now option and
will automatically connect to the
Acura server. This setting only
applies when you have a
enabled phone that is paired with
HFL and you have completed the
Phone-Data Connection setup.

To find more information on

compatible and enabled

cell phones, visit

or call

the HandsFreeLink consumer
support at 1-888-528-7876.

Bluetooth

As required by the FCC:
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.

Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.

Bluetooth

www.acura.com/handsfreelink

Connect to the Acura Server

AcuraLink (U.S. models only)

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Bluetooth

www.acura.com/

handsfreelink

www.handsfreelink.ca,

HandsFreeLink (HFL)

allows you to place and receive
phone calls using voice commands,
without handling your cell phone.

To use HFL, you need a Bluetooth-
compatible cell phone. For a list of
compatible phones, pairing
procedures, and special feature
capabilities:

In the U.S., visit

, or call (888) 528-7876.

Press and

release to give a command or answer
a call.

Press and

release to end a call, go back to the
previous command, or cancel the
command.

Air or wind noise from the
dashboard and side vents and all
windows may interfere with the
microphone. Adjust or close them
as necessary.

In Canada, visit
or call (888) 528-7876.

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

Using HFL

HFL Talk button

HFL Back button

HFL Buttons

Voice Control Tips

354

HFL TALK
BUTTON

HFL BACK
BUTTON

NAVI VOICE CONTROL
BUTTONS

MICROPHONE
(on the ceiling)

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To hear general HFL information,
including help on pairing a phone
or setting up the system, say
‘‘Tutorial.’’

For help at any time, including a
list of available commands, say
‘‘Hands free help.’’

Many commands can be spoken
together. For example, you can
say ‘‘Call 123-456-

’’ or

‘‘Dial Peter.’’

When HFL is in use, navigation
voice commands cannot be
recognized.

To change the volume level of
HFL, use the audio system volume
knob or the steering wheel volume
controls.

Try to reduce all background
noise. If the microphone picks up
voices other than yours,
commands may be misinterpreted.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button each time you want to
make a command. After the beep,
speak in a clear, natural tone.

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Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

Help Features

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As an incoming call notification, you
will see the following display:

Some phones may send battery,
signal strength, and roaming status
information to HFL.

With the HFL system activated, you
will also see ‘‘HF LINK’’ on the upper
display.

A notification that there is an
incoming call, or HFL is in use, will
appear on the navigation screen
when the audio system is on.

The

indicator

will also

appear on the upper display when a
phone is linked.

Bluetooth

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

Inf ormation Display

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SIGNAL
STRENGTH

BATTERY
LEVEL STATUS

HFL
MODE

PHONE DIALING

ROAM STATUS

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Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

How to Use HFL

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‘‘Phone Setup’’

‘‘Call’’ or ‘‘Dial’’

‘‘Pair’’

‘‘Edit’’

‘‘Delete’’

‘‘Jim Smith’’

‘‘Set Pairing

Code’’

The ignition switch must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position.

‘‘List’’

‘‘Status’’

‘‘Next Phone’’

Press HFL
Talk button

Press and release the HFL Talk button each time you give a command.

‘‘123-456-

’’

(See page 360)

Pair a phone to the system

Edit the name of a paired phone

Delete a paired phone from the system

Hear which paired phone is currently linked to the system

Set the pairing code to a ‘‘Fixed’’ or ‘‘Random’’ number

Once a phonebook entry is stored, you can say a name here.

(See page 361)

(See page 361)

Hear a list of all phones paired to the system (See page 361)

(See page 361)

Search for another previously paired phone to link to (See page 361)

(See page 362)

Enter desired phone number (See page 363)

(See page 362)

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Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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‘‘Redial’’

‘‘Transfer’’

‘‘Mute’’

‘‘Send’’

‘‘Phonebook’’

‘‘Store’’

‘‘Edit’’

‘‘Delete’’

‘‘Receive

Contact’’

‘‘List’’

Press HFL
Talk button

Press and release the HFL Talk button each time you give a command.

(See page 367)

(See page 367)

Redial the last number called

Transfer a call from HFL to your phone, or from your phone to HFL

Mute your voice to the person at the other end of the call

Send numbers or names during a call

Store a phonebook entry

Edit the number of an existing phonebook entry

Delete a phonebook entry

If your phone supports this function, use this to transfer contacts from
your phone to HFL

Hear a list of all stored phonebook entries

(See page 367)

(See page 363)

(See page 366)

(See page 368)

(See page 368)

(See page 369)

(See page 369)

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Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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‘‘Change Language’’

‘‘Hands Free Help’’

‘‘System

Set up’’

‘‘Tutorial’’

‘‘Clear’’

‘‘Auto Transfer’’

‘‘Call Notification’’

‘‘Security’’

‘‘Change Passcode’’

Press HFL
Talk button

Press and release the HFL Talk button each time you give a command.

: Canadian models

(See page 374)

(See page 374)

(See page 374)

Apply a security passcode to the system that must be input at each key
cycle to access the system

Change your security passcode

Set how you would like to be notified of an incoming call

Clear the system of all paired phones, phonebook entries and security
passcode

Set calls to automatically transfer from your phone to HFL when you
enter the vehicle

Change language from English to French

Hear a tutorial for general rules on using the system

Hear a list of available commands and additional information describing each command

(See page 375)

(See page 376)

(See page 355)

(See page 355)

(See page 375)

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To use HFL, you need to pair your
Bluetooth-compatible cell phone to
the system.

This command group is available for
paired cell phones.

You cannot pair your phone while
the vehicle is moving.

Your phone must be in discovery
or search mode to pair. Refer to
your phone’s manual.

Up to six phones can be paired.

Your phone’s battery may drain
faster when it is paired to HFL.

If after three minutes your phone
is not ready to pair or a phone is
not found, the system will time out
and return to idle.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button. If you are pairing a phone
for the first time, HFL will give
you information about the pairing
process. If it is not the first phone
you are pairing, say ‘‘

’’ and say ‘‘

.’’

Follow the HFL prompts and put
your phone in discovery or search
mode. HFL will give you a 4-digit
pairing code and begin searching
for your phone.

When your phone finds a
Bluetooth device, select HFL from
the options and enter the 4-digit
code from the previous step.

Follow the HFL prompts and
name the newly paired phone.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Phone Setup

Phone

setup

Pair

Phone pairing tips

To pair a cell phone:

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

If there is more than one phone
paired to the system, HFL will ask
you which phone’s name you want
to change. Follow the HFL
prompts and rename the phone.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

HFL will ask you which phone you
want to delete. Follow the HFL
prompts to continue with the
deletion.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

HFL will read out all the paired
phone’s names.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the prompts.

HFL will tell you which phone is
linked to the system.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

Say ‘‘

’’ after the

prompts.

HFL disconnects the linked phone
and searches for another paired
phone.

Once another phone is found, it is
linked to the system. HFL will
inform you which phone is now
linked.

If no other phones are found or
paired, HFL will inform you that the
original phone is linked again.

1.

2.

3.

3.

1.

2.

1.

2.

3.

3.

1.

2.

1.

2.

3.

4.

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Phone setup

Edit

Phone setup

Delete

Phone setup

List

Phone setup

Status

Phone setup

Next phone

To rename a paired phone:

To delete a paired phone:

To hear the names of all paired
phones:

To hear which paired phone is
currently linked:

To change f rom the currently linked
phone to another paired phone:

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

.’’

If you want HFL to create a
random code each time you pair a
phone, say ‘‘

.’’ If you want

to choose your own 4-digit code to
be used each time, say ‘‘

’’

and follow the HFL prompts.

You can make calls using any phone
number or a name in the HFL
phonebook. You can also redial the
last number called.

Bluetooth is the wireless technology
that links your phone to HFL. HFL
uses a Class 2 Bluetooth, which
means the maximum range between
your phone and vehicle is 30 feet (10
meters).

During a call, HFL allows you to talk
up to 30 minutes after you remove
the key from the ignition switch.
However, this may weaken the
vehicle’s battery.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Say ‘‘

’’ after the

prompts.

Say ‘‘

’’ or ‘‘

.’’

Follow the HFL prompts and say
the name stored in the HFL
phonebook that you want to call.

Follow the HFL prompts to
confirm the name and make the
call.

1.

2.

3.

1.

2.

3.

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

To change the pairing code setting:

To make a call using a name in the
HFL phonebook:

Phone setup

Random

Fixed

Making a Call

Set pairing code

Call

Dial

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Select ‘‘

.’’

Select a phonebook you want to
choose a phone number from.

If the phonebook you select is PIN-
protected, you will need to enter the
PIN to access it. See page

for

more information.

Say ‘‘

’’ or ‘‘

.’’

Press and release the HFL Talk
button before a command.

Follow the HFL prompts and say
the phone number you want to dial.

Follow the HFL prompts to
confirm the number and say
‘‘

’’ or ‘‘

.’’

Once connected, you will hear the
person you called through the audio
speakers.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button and say ‘‘

.’’

Press the INFO button, then select
‘‘

.’’

1.

2.

3.

3.

1.

2.

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Search Imported

Phonebook

Call

Dial

Call

Dial

Redial

Cellular Phone

To make a call f rom an imported
phonebook:

To make a call using a phone
number:

To redial the last number called by
HFL:

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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Select the name. All the phone
numbers stored for that name will
be listed.

To search for a specific name in the
phonebook, enter the keyword for
either the first or last name.

To display all names in the
phonebook, select the ‘‘

’’ option.

If you choose ‘‘

,’’ the phone

number will be stored in HFL, so
that you can call it using HFL’s name
tag by voice.

Select the phone number and push
the interface selector, HFL begins
dialing.

4.

5.

List

Store in

HandsFreeLink

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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Push up the interface selector
to show a list.

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If equipped

Press the INFO button, and the
INFO screen will be shown.

From the INFO screen, select
‘‘Cellular Phone,’’ then select ‘‘Dial.’’

To make a call, press the selector
on the interface dial to the right.

The navigation display will change
as shown above. Enter a call
number.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

To make a call using the navigation
display:

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When you receive a call, an incoming
call notification (if activated) will
play and interrupt the audio system
if it is on.

Press the HFL Talk button to answer
the call, or the HFL Back button to
hang up.

If your phone has Call Waiting, press
and release the HFL Talk button to
put the original call on hold and
answer the incoming call.

To return to the original call, press
the HFL Talk button again. If you
don’t want to answer the incoming
call, disregard it and continue with
your original call. If you want to hang
up the original call and answer the
new call, press the HFL Back button.

Press and release the HFL Talk
button and say ‘‘

.’’

You can transfer a call from HFL to
your phone, or from your phone to
HFL.

Receiving a Call

Transf erring a Call

Transf er

Call Waiting

Bluetooth

HandsFreeLink

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