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Re: 700p bluetooth set up with Sanyo GPS 4050
700p bluetooth set up with Sanyo GPS 4050?
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Strangely, the Garmin web site doesn't list any Sanyo phone in its compatibility list. Don't despair though; the Bluetooth connection protocol is pretty standard (and my Sanyo phone happily communicates with a Bluetooth headset).
Follow the Pairing instructions on pp 14-15 of the owner's manual, which you can download as a PDF file from the Garmin web site. My guess is that it will work just fin.
I hope I can help. I had the same problem and I took it back to the store to exchange it and the only thing they did was to reset the GPS. So just press the reset button for 2-3 seconds and see if it works. I hope it does. Good luck. :)
I ended up in the same situation and called (800) 421-5013 for help. The gentelman who assisted me said that how the DVD holds the same data as factory Sanyo 4050 GPS and upgrading has locked your device. To resolve the discussed issue one have to delete everything (plug-in your device via USB cable --> My Computer --> Removable disk) and install fresh copy onto your navigation device via that DVD. Tried it with NO @!@ JOY
I ended up in the same situation and called (800) 421-5013 for help. The gentelman who assisted me said that how the DVD holds the same data
as factory Sanyo 4050 GPS and upgrading has locked your device. To
resolve the discussed issue one have to delete everything (plug-in your
device via USB cable --> My Computer --> Removable disk) and install fresh copy onto your navigation device via that DVD. Tried it with NO @!@ JOY
I had the same problem and what , I did 1st is in my lg shine phone is , I set a diffrent pass code , The on the gps , I reinstalled the back up disk and or reloaded the info for the gps after that do every thing you see on the gps . When you see your main screen got to comunacations turn on bluetooth have it look for your cell phone but use the 0000 code and it work .
I got the chance to talk to 1st navteq and they requested that I speak with sanyo, then I got the chance to talk to sanyo customer service who couldn't offer any help other than asking me to wait till December or January when their version of 2009 map upgrade will be made available.There was one interesting revelation I kind of found out on Garmin 770 too; the same addresses could not be plotted or navigated by this also so I think it is a common factor and these are all somewhat new addresses of new developments. My suggestion will be wait till 2009 map upgrade is made available.