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Which phones are compatible with my Volvo?
In the "Find a phone" section on this website, you will find a list of all phones tested with the Volvo Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System. Select a Volvo vehicle and model year and click "Search" to find out more. Telephones will have varying degree of compatibility with the Bluetooth system in your vehicle, functionality is listed on the "Specifications" page. Telephones that are marked "Red" for major calling functions like making, accepting, and ending phone calls are generally not recommended by Volvo.
Will a Bluetooth®-enabled phone that is not on the list work?
If your phone is not on the Volvo-tested phone list, full or limited functions may be available. But since Volvo has not tested the telephone, no indications of whether the Volvo Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone system will operate correctly, or to its fullest capability, can be given.
When will new Bluetooth® phones be listed?
Volvo will continually test new Bluetooth® phones as they become available, and the test results will be published in the "Find a phone" section on this website. Volvo's ambition is to test as many of the most popular telephones as possible but with a special focus on high-end models from the largest telephone manufacturers. Since phone popularity varies significantly between nations, Volvo will not be able to provide testing that covers all the best-selling Bluetooth phones in all markets. For more information please contact your local Volvo dealership.
Why isn't my current Bluetooth® phone listed?
Existing Bluetooth® phones that are not listed are most probably not tested. A non-tested phone may be tested at a later point in time or it may not be tested at all. Because of the high number of new Bluetooth phones being introduced to the marketplace, Volvo will not be able to test all phones. In a few cases, a telephone is not listed because it has not passed Volvo testing. Major calling functions like making, accepting, and ending phone calls did not function properly and/or the Bluetooth connection was not stable.
Why does my Bluetooth® phone have different functionalities than what is indicated in the Volvo test results on this website?
This can happen if you have a different software version in your mobile phone than what was used in the testing of this specific phone. For details, please see the test results on the “Specifications” page in the “Find a phone” section. Please check your phone Owner's Manual for instructions on how to update your phone's software. Your phone can also show different compatibility than indicated by the test results if your Volvo has older Bluetooth® software installed than what was used for testing. Other factors also affect the test results of the Bluetooth system, e.g. functionality may differ depending on what network operator is being used. Therefore, the results can only be seen as an indication of what to expect from the Volvo Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System.
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