There's a detailed section in the Owner's Manual that describes all the features and capabilities of Bluetooth. Bluetooth has many features and capabilities - I believe there are 20 pages of instructions describing all the features. There are various commands to access the features in your cell phone, but I don't remember them offhand. I believe the command is "Voice" for voice pass-thru, but I'm not sure.Hello all, I am a proud new owner of an amazing car, the 2010 Malibu 2LT. This is my second Malibu, my first being a 1967, which I recently sold. I am absolutely in love with this car, but have come across something in the built in hands free blue tooth. I have no problems pairing the phone with the car, and even receiving calls works flawlessly. My issues is when I use the hands free to make a call it uses the built in voice dial, and not the Blackberry's voice dial so it doesn't recognize my address book. Is there a way to get it to use the phones contact list or do I have to setup all my contact phone numbers into the cars voice dial. If I push the voice dial button on the phone it works fine, but that defeats the purpose of hands free if I need to push buttons on the phone first. No big deal if I have to input all the numbers into the car but would save me a few hours if I didn't.
Of course, you can store all your favorite numbers in the Bluetooth / Onstar Address Book. These are called Nametags and they are very easy to store. Just say "Store" and it will prompt you for the phone number and a Nametag. It takes all of 20 seconds to store a number. When you want to call one of these numbers, just say "Call" and the nametag you want to call.
i.e. "Call Home".