Question about Samsung Cell Phones
"Pairing" an Android phone to the Sync system requires a little extra effort.
With your vehicle turned on, push the steering wheel icon that looks like a "phone handset."
Use the Tuning knob (or the Up/Down arrows) on your center console to scroll through the Sync Phone Menu.
Scroll until you see System Settings, push OK on the steering wheel or center console.
Use the arrows to scroll to Bluetooth Devices, push OK.
Scroll to Add Bluetooth Device, push OK.
The system will audibly say "Push OK to begin pairing a device and enter the number provided."
When you push OK, a six-digit PIN will show in the display.
Use the Up/Down arrows to change the screen to say "Special PIN." Push OK.
The screen will now show "0000"
Now, go to your phone, to the Settings, Bluetooth Settings, and push Add Device. When it recognizes the Sync system, it may initially say something like "Handsfree device." Wait until it shows "Sync." Then then tap the Sync button on the phone. Usually, after a few seconds, it will come back and prompt you to enter the PIN number. Enter the "0000" (or the "1234" number) and then push Pair on the phone. For those with the Touch Screen NAV system, you have to use the 6-digit PIN. Some Android smartphones assume the PIN is "0000" and enters those numbers automatically.
Be sure to watch, some Droids come back with a sub-menu that asks you if you want to always recognize the Sync/Bluetooth connection, select "Always On" and tell it OK. The Sync system will then ask if you want to make this the Primary Phone, push OK on the steering wheel or console. Tell it OK on the 911 Assist. When it asks to Download Phonebook, now you can push OK, and OK again, and it will download the phone contacts. It may take the system a few minutes to index all of the contacts in your cell phone's phone book.
Posted on Jan 06, 2015
I have the same problem. Trouble pairing but finally I got the SYNC to find my U430 and paired but the SYNC never connects with the phone.
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