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  1. In both my 2015 F250 and 2013 Edge, when I try to voice dial a "home," "work," "mobile," number Sync says there are none of those, do I want to try Other? When the other numbers are displayed, they are all of those numbers (home, work, mobile). What has happened?
  2. I have a Verizon Droid Turbo and I have synced my phonebook. I only have 1 contact in it for my wife but everytime I use the voice activation to call her it asks me which phone number to use. I look at her entry in the contacts and it shows the same phone number twice. I cannot find another entry on my phone so I am confused as to how it is getting into the Sync addresss book twice. I just traded in my 2011 Edge and did not have this issue on it.
  3. Is it possible to use the 'address' found in my 'Contacts' on my Android phone, with the Navigation system ? For many years, I have used MS Outlook for mail and more. I use the 'Contacts' and address book, well, an "address book" not a lite phone book. I have proper names, emails, the home, cell, work numbers, and the complete mailing address in the "address book" in Outlook. And this is Sync'd to my Android phone. New to the Sync MyTouch have not been able to find the answer... Is the Sync Navigation system, able to use the Contacts and Address Book on my phone, to pull the street address for navigating? So far it appears it can not, looks lame and will only pull the phone numbers over. Is this a system setting, option, missing options? And if not, a direct work around? Geez would hate to manually type addresses in for locations, that are on my phone. ( yea I know how to get to grandma's house, but Traffic and Weather come in handy ) Frolin
  4. I found a simple answer that four Ford Sync "experts" couldn't help me with in regard to getting iPhone contacts to sync with my 2013 F150 Ford Sync. My issue was that I use my iPhone for work and have 2000 contacts. These get downloaded every time I enter my truck (which totally doesn't work for Ford Sync system). No one could help and then I tried changing some settings in the iPhone to just my "Favorites." This worked. I wanted to be able to call people using voice commands instead of fumbling with my phone. Go to IPhone Settings, Bluetooth, SYNC, and press the little "i" in the circle so you can open up options for your SYNC connection. On this page select Sync Contacts (turns green for being activated) Select and check also in the GROUPS category: Phone Favorites Then make sure that in your Phone, Favorites Category, you have selected everyone you commonly call from your vehicle, most likely, this list will only be 10-50 and not your entire client contact list (of course there are exceptions such as if you do hundreds of sales calls from your phone. That "should" work, Good luck. Love my truck, but hate Ford Sync and I consider myself halfway tech savvy.