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I have a Plum Boot 2 and with bluetooth paired it to my car. However the contacts will not download, what do I need to do

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I found this welcome surprise after the 3.0 iPhone software upgrade a couple months ago...

Problem: I had too many contacts on my iPhone syncing with my car making it tough to scroll to my desired contact.

SOLUTION: Setup a 'GROUP' in your iPhone's Contacts which lists only those people you want to have available while in your car; Next, goto Settings, General, Bluetooth, MB Phonesystem (or your Bluetooth name) and choose the GROUP you want synced.

The new setting will take effect the next time you sync with your car (you might have to restart bluetooth on your iPhone to make the selection stick).

Hope helps.

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

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