Dear all, i just got a brand new audi a5 and sudently my mmi stoped responding. i press each buton of the interface but un the screen appears onli tne logo" AUDI MULTI MEDIA INTERFACE" and the it stops. has any one else this problem? i don't know what to do.
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Re: MMI not responding
MMI system is a set of components that are located all over the car (GPS antenna, CD changer, amplifier, bluetooth, screen, controls, tuner...). If one of those fails you won't go further then the welcome logo.
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Activate Audi MMI 3G bluetooth connection and handsfree profile in your car. All Audis with Multi Media Interface 3rd generation are equipped with bluetooth, some just need activation which you can do for free, without adding any hardware.
You car need to have MMI 3G system. Check your Multi Media Interface version.
Hidden menu must be enabled.
Turn key into II position and wait for the MMI 3G system to start. You can also use keyless buttons.
Press and hold buttons SETUP and CAR.
After couple of seconds hidden green menu will appear. You can now release the buttons.
Navigate to diagnose > settings > Tel settings misc.
Check current value in this line and switch to value with "BT/HFP" instead of "no BT/no HFP".
Press RETURN and CAR buttons at the same time to exit hidden green menu.
Restart MMI 3G with key combination
Connect your diagnostic interface with module 5F - Control Head.
Choose procedure 10 - Adaptation.
Choose Channel 17 and read stored value (should be 0).
you nid mmi circuit board replaced,happened to me after spilling coffee,audi wanted to replace the whole thing with a new mmi system for a lot of money, but Ifound someone to change circuit board for abt £200 which is not bad,the only thing is you have to take out the whole centre console and air con unit and armrest off,so u nid some one who knows how to do it.check on tyresmoke and post from there,will respond and give you more info.The previous owner must have spilt something and panicked and sold the car without being honest.It sucks..........
First push the setup button on the MMI control, and push the MMI button that corresponds to the word "settings" on the screen, and pick "time," push the master control to enter that mode, then turn the knob to change the time. Be sure to back out of the sequence properly or the clock reverts to the previous setting.