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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Pioneer DEH-P70BT
I Have exact the same problem. I heard you have to delete the phone from your car device and also the device out of your phone memory as wel. then let your car device search for your phone thus not vice versa. I did not test thi procedure yet , but I will today and let you know.
Posted on May 16, 2008
This is a firmware restriction. US version would tune from 87.5 to 107.9MHz at 0.20MHz interval (steps) while European versions would tune from 87.5 to 108MHz at 0.05MHz interval (steps).
In some versions, there is a resistor/diode matrix on the logic circuitry that selects the region of usage. But of course this would require opening the unit up and somebody who is very very familiar with digital and analog circuitry and components as well as surface mounted component soldering.
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Posted on May 18, 2008
Normally by pressing the button which give you the menu for balance etc also loudness comes by and you will be able to swicth it on or off.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
SOURCE: Pioneer DEH-P700BT and Nokia N95
I managed to fix this issue with the auto disconnect using a Nokia N81 and Pioneer DEH-P7050BT.
I originally had the same issues that everyone else was facing, after trying several different things I successfully auto connect my phone when i turn on the ignition switch. It still disconnects when trying to download contacts, but i transferred these instead so not a big problem there.
OK so that steps i performed in order were.
1. Download and update the head unit software update from the Pioneer website, there is a link attached in another post. Follow the steps in the instruction manual.
2. Delete the pairing from the phone
3. Update the firmware of the phone via the Nokia Software Updater.
4. Turn off the PC Suit Sync in the phone, this can be found under settings.
5. Repaired the phone and the head unit, use the NOKIA-A option not NOKIA.
6. Authorise the phone to auto connect to this BT device without prompting.
This is all the steps I tried, some may or may not be usefull but after trying different combination's, I get a successful connection each and every time. A little icon of a car will appear on the phone stating it is connected.
I hope it works for you.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
Tips for a great answer:
Connect to the constant 12 V supply terminal.
Connect to terminal controlled by
ignition switch (12 V DC).
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