Question about Kenwood Kca-bt300
Make sure that on your cellular has a bluetooth capability, make sure that it is in pairing mode or listening or searching mode only then will your car stereo be able to search for the signal from your phone. There are two ways usually your phone will transmit and your stereo sill listen to the signal or the other way around.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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