BMW doesn't provide a means to link smartphones to the bmw handsfree system installed in the car (750) When I first got the car, a friend at Microsoft changed some of the programming in the phone so that it recognized the phone and it worked correctly. I had to get a replacement phone and now he's no longer available; my new phone doesn't sync with the system. Is there a program I can download to fix the new phone to work as the old one?
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Providing it fits the aperture properly the only thing you may need is a special jumper cable harness that links the BMW euro standard harness to your player. Its possible the harness is right anyway but be prepared.
Radio failures occur regularly after all they are prone to shorts , over voltage, surges, incorrect polarity hook up etc. The problem I think is that the radio installer hesitates to work on your unit because he may want approval from bmw to work on it possibly under warranty. Some vehicles state that any unauthorised work voids warranty. Clear the air with the radio teck and find out his problem exactly and if still in doubt take it somewhere else.
Did you mean charged or changed?
If charged, it could be battery has lost depth of charge. You can charge a "tired" battery for hours only to have "surface charge". Just doesn't charge deep into the plates like it used to.
If changed - did you get a big enough battery? That 750 (12 cyl) is a monster on battery and your electrical system is almost in the NASA sphere of complications.
Ismail,i have been wrong before BUT i dont think the bt kit is compatible with the bmw system,(same as Audi/VW)the Parot or vodaphone system is the ones we used to fit to for customers who requested handsfree. regards.Geoff.
Even if you have the handsfree kit installed (a little mic above the steering wheel console + the nice little bluetooth button on the steering wheel next to the radio controls) it does not mean you actually have bluetooth. Check your trunk. If you have the bluetooth module, it will be a black box, about half the length of a VHS and visible against the wall seperating the trunk from the inside of the car. The wire usually leads from the center console into the trunk and on some occassions, the module can be hidden under the mat you have to take out when accessing your spare.
turn on bluetooth to your vehicle...open your phone to bluetooth you should see a menue that says pair devece or look for devices to pair with click on that and let it searchh that should fix the prob...