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Connecting Bluetooth To My Alpine 105ri

My head unit is bt ready. I have bought a bluetooth adapter and i cont seem to pair my phone to the bluetooth once its connected to the head uni via usb. I want to play music from my phone using bluetooh, to play it of the head unit . Is this possible ?

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You need to install KCE-400BT to connect BT phones

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SOURCE: i cannot seem to connect my phone to the bluetooth

Hello mystcbsct,

I'm assuming that you have the BCE-400 optional Bluetooth adapter or similar third-party adapter installed.

The initial setting is BT OFF. Go into setup by pressing F/SETUP for at least 2 seconds to activate setup mode. Use the volume control (called rotary encoder in the manual) to select BLUETOOTH IN and press ENT. Press and hold F/SETUP again to exit setup mode.

Hope this helps.

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