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Compatibility list for Bluetooth® devices sold in the U.S. and Canada

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General Notes

  • The Bluetooth® enabled cellular phone and audio device compatibility presented in this document is validated under certain conditions, including the device specification at the time of testing.
  • Be sure to refer to the manual or vendor of each device for assistance in the operation/setup with the car audio unit.
  • Some cellular phones may disconnect the Bluetooth connection when the Handsfree mode is turned off. In this case, reconnect to the car audio unit through the cellular phone.
  • You may not be able to completely end a call on some cellular phones, even though the speech partner has hung up. In this case, please end the call by pressing the SEL button on the car audio unit.
  • The car audio unit will not connect to a Bluetooth device with a fixed passcode other than "0000".
  • To establish a call from the car audio unit use the redial function. To establish a call using other functions, stop your vehicle, and use your cellular phone to initiate the call.
    Note: Depending on your phone, it may be necessary to use the Call Transfer function.
  • Depending on the audio device, some audio operation functions, such as skip track, may be unavailable.
  • Sound interruption may occur during Handsfree talking or Music Streaming depending on the operation status, radio wave condition and utilization condition of the cellular phone or audio device.
  • There may be a time lag between the operation of the car audio unit and the cellular phone during an incoming/outgoing call.
  • If unable to operate the Bluetooth function of the car audio unit, please follow these steps to reset the head unit:
    • Turn off the car audio unit unit by pressing the OFF button for 2 seconds.
    • Turn on the car audio unit unit by pressing the OFF button for 2 seconds or press the Source button to select the source.
    Note: To ensure synchronization with the head unit, turn off and then turn on your connected Bluetooth device at the same time.
  • If the car audio unit music replay operation is unavailable, or the sound isn't being outputted, operate the Bluetooth audio device directly for music replay.
  • Noise and/or echo may occur during a call.
  • The car audio unit supports the following Bluetooth profiles: A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile), HFP (Hands-Free Profile), and HSP (Headset Profile).
  • Be sure to set the Audio Device setting to either USB or Bluetooth® on your phone and the car audio unit when connected via the USB cable and the Bluetooth® Audio (A2DP) connection.
    Note: If the settings do not match, no sound will be heard from the car audio system.
  • These results are not guaranteed and are subject to change without notice.