When I am speaking on my cell phone through the booth tooth feature of the D3 and get a second call, the blue tooth locks up and constantly rings the ringer through the D3 and I cannot make it stop. It will stop once the original call is disconnected.
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you need to do a safety bypass to the ebrake sensing wire (this is a safety feature to prevent accidents) Remove the wire fromt he Remote slot(blue wire) and put it in the blank hole in the plug provided with your stereo... now ground the wire you have now bypassed the safety protocal and enabled video while moving a google search for pioneet avic bypass will yeild vidoes or a youtube search for a video tutorial
You must adjust the volume on your phone; make a connection with some one using the blue tooth and then try to raise the volume on your phone and also on the car stereo and you'll hear the other person. hope this resolve your problem.
Yellow - Battery
Red - Ignition
Black - Ground
Light Green - E-brake
Purples, greens, whites, and grays - speakers
Purple\white - reverse signal
Blue\white or Blue - amp turn on\ power antenna
Yellow\black - mute wire
Orange or Orange\white - illumination
Your power antenna wire maybe hooked up to ignition. So when you turn off the car no more voltage is going to your antenna wire so your power antenna goes down causing a poor reception. You must hook up the blue wire on the radio harness to the power antenna wire.
Who ever installed the BT unit installed it backwards. This is a common problem. To fix it you need to remove the IP-Bus cable from the BT Unit and the D3, and then make sure the colors match. (Blue on Blue at the D3 and Gray on Gray at the BT Unit). That will fix your problem
The D3 is set automatically to West Coast (PST) Time. Only when you reset the D3 can you change the time. Hit the reset button and you'll start setting up the settings. It will bring you to the clock feature. Depending on where you are in the country you will need to hit the [+] button one click for each time zone east (i.e. East Coast (EST) is three clicks). Then you need to hit the "Summer Time" button becasue of Daylight Savings Time.
As for the Phone Book I don't use that feature so can't help you there
Pioneer DEH-P65BT Jailbroken!! Iphone 3g FW: 3.1.2. Mac or PC (addressbook on Mac or Outlook on Win)
- Sync your contacts trough Itunes with your PC or Mac - Go to addressbook on Mac (or Outlook on win) and export all your contacts to a vcf file (Called Vcards in addressbook) - Copy the vcf file to your Iphone (iphoneExplorer / SSH / DiskAid or other solution) - Download iBluetooth (I used it from the Xsellize source) - Set up you radio to PhoneBook Transfer (Your phone is not connected to the radio at this point) - In iBluetooth browse to the VCards.vcf and send it to the Pioneer unit. - It now says transfer done and the phonebook is stored.
Posted this because it took me days to get it working. Haven't found a working solution on the net.
Also transfering the phonebook from another phone isn't a solution because however the phonebook will be stored it won't be usable by your iphone. The pioneer registers the phonebook to a device so it's absolutely necesarry to transfer it from the actual iphone (or send it from a laptop with a spoofed BT-Mac that matches your iphone)