I have a samsung katalyst phone which connects no problem to my bmw 3 series.
I just got a 350Z with Pioneer avic 700bt and it wont stay connected..........it recognises the phone, pairs up but disconnects right away and there is no dial tone
You might try the security settings on the phone or the bluetooth settings. You may have set the phone to "always allow" connection the the BMW, but haven't done the same thing for the 350Z. You are keying in the security code for the Pioneer (set to "1111" from the factory) on your phone, right?
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As far as I know the default passkey for the Pioneer AVIC devices is 1111 (four ones). By the way, it seems that there two ways to pair this device. If, after display the settings menu and selecting 'Bluetooth settings', you choose 'Register from mobile phone', after you phone is paired, all subsequent connection requests will be started from your phone. Otherwise, if you choose 'Select specific devices' instead, all connections will be started from the navigation system.
Hope you are able to get your navigation system fully functioning soon.
Anyway, please, let me know if you need further informations.
have you upgraded the firmware on this unit ? his firmware update (version 2.0) contains important performance
improvements relating to, among other things, boot-up time, Bluetooth
connectivity (including certain Blackberry models), iPod Touch (v2.0)
compatibility, touch screen response, display brightness, and SD and
USB media playback.
Go here http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Support/Navigation/Free+Firmware+Update+2+for+AVIC+F-Series
After a little digging it appears that T-Mobile has intentionally disabled this ability. Nice of them eh? It looks like they want to "allow" us to use headsets or handsfree, but they don't feel we should be allowed to connect via bluetooth to our computers or to other phones. I guess we're either all potential criminal download pirates, or we'd make a major dent in T-Mobile's VAST revenue stream.
I wonder if this is mentioned in my contract. Because now I feel like cancelling early. If anybody gets a T-Mobile rep to bend and let you in on a workaround, please let me know.
this is normal behaviour. it looks like it disconnects, but in fact it transfers your phonebook. afterwards (when you see on the avic display that all entries are transferred) you need to set your phone's bluetooth setting to "handsfree profile". then it connects again