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Anyone successfully paired any phone

On bluetooth with a 2005 RR?

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It seems to me that the more advanced the phone is, the less likely it is to pair correctly. My wife has an LG Vu and it pairs beautifully. Picks up every time. I have the Windows Mobile based LG Incite and it doesn't work too well at all. Also tried it with my friends iPhone. No luck there either.

So my solution would be to get a basic phone. Sorry :-(

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Hi check out landrover web site to check phone compatability, not to many fully supported.

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