Question about Pioneer AVIC-Z2 Car DVD Player
When useing the Bluetooth in my car, I can make calls and recieve calls. The problem is that they cant hear me but I can hear them. I already checked the volume and they still cant hear me. How do I fix this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: AVIC-Z1 options just quit
May very well be the unit...the hard drive inside may have been damaged during shipping (rare, but not uncommon). Was the touch screen damaged during transit?
Also, try disconnecting constant power (hard reset) from the unit and see is the reset helps. Downloadable from Pioneer's website is a firmware update for the Z1, although this usually just works to help freezes.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
make sure your phone is in discovery mode so it can be seen by bluethooth device, I had the same problem with my lg voyager
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
this until has a safety feature installed that will not let you view video while in motion. it has a light green wire on the back that is supposed to be connected to the cars ebrake wire so that in order to view video you would have to have your ebrake ingaged. it also allows you to be able to type in address for the navigation. if this wire is not connect or not connected properly, you will get a messages that says drive can not view video will driving..
double check the connection....or you can just bypass it completely. i have attach a link on how you bypass this feature which will allow you to watch video and type in nav address while drivin
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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