James Roark: Ford syce is not user friendly and little help unless you spend your time at ford waiting room 2013 EDGE
The Trillion Dollar Gods: Can't wait until BlackBerry come to the Ford. Microsoft just suck and there update are a bit difficult to upload to the system. The BlackBerry sync maybe the better. I just want to see how it will differ from the Microsoft sync. Now if this can give me google earth hell yea on that.
Warner Whiddon: HOW TO START MY ESACPE WITHOUT A BATTERY IN MY KEY?
Helio Gonçalves: Hi
I have sync2 on my focus and i cant find where to change voice comands language from english to spanish. Is it possible to change voice language?
Dennis O'Marro: I would like track info with LG3 Android Pandora
Addy Weiler: thank you!! manual that came with my car was not user friendly at all
Wheeler J: Whats up with the gloves? Is it winter time when you made this video?
tasev1: And people forget that they also have the hard buttons below and on the steering wheels - much easier and safer than MFT.
MadeToLove: Will Reagan & United Pursuit! Amen bro!
River City Ford: Wow, we're a little bit surprised to see over 42,000 views on our video overview of MyFord Touch, but we are certainly glad seeing that it's helping people. Have a watch!
YuckYuck: If you know how to work a smart phone, you should know how to use this system. It's really easy. Fast response, a lot of cool features. Nice bright screen. Love it. To get the full features get it with the navigation.
Henning S.: Touch sucks with Navis. MMI 4tw!
bon vivant: It's Kermit d Frog!
Lynette Fleming: I bought a 2013 Ford Fusion hybrid in May, and my system works great!!! I have had not one single problem with it. This is a great video to help learn the basics of the system.
666pJLcJI: It's very slow response
ima king: Ford is constantly updating the system to make it better and better
AcuraT: I have now used extensively over the past week the sync system in a rented Ford Escort. I can say without a doubt despite reading the owners manual that the system is not easy to use. Voice commands are better. The GM system with OnStar integration in a Buick or Chevrolet is far easier to use with simple commands. Also, you can configure your smartphone either android or Apple to review your car status remotely. Microsoft has yet to match this capability and it is lacking in the Ford products.
DCAGchannel: Ford is constantly updating the system to make it better and better. It's new technology so there's hiccups here and there. Remember, it's still a computer and computers do freeze here or there and require a reboot even though they've been around for years and years. It's annoying, but it's not like you need to reboot it every 3rd time you get in the vehicle. Every now and again you might have to delete and re-pair your phone. Actually having to do a whole master reset is rare.
DCAGchannel: I haven't used the new iDrive, but I hear it's better than previous systems. You still use a controller, though, as opposed to everything being on the screen with this system where you can see and touch. I like that better.
DCAGchannel: Good question. It would depend on the integration with individual phones/mp3 players, but nothing video-wise can play while you're driving.
MyFord Touch Overview and Tips & Tricks for SYNC5
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