It seems as though many are having this issue. Scroll through your options until you come across it. I can't talk to my 90 year old mother via Bluetooth in my car. The bluetooth in device manager is accessible after showing hidden devices and reads a code 45. However, its usage has significantly declined since the introduction of a. When I connect a phone to my wife's Prius it pairs easily enough.
If it does not, try turning Bluetooth off and then on again. Some people find this annoying. When arriving at home I've switched the car off completely and restarted it after a short while. Considering all that I just said, if you were in my shoes what car would you get and why? They have the tools on hand to deactivate the reverse beep without voiding your warranty or causing any further issues. That wasn't good enough for his manager so a tech specialist had to verify I needed a new head. If service deletes your settings and pairs your phone and says it's running. It has bluetooth pairing, and pairs with the Galaxy Nexus phone android to make and receive calls just fine.
You will receive two lines of code from the car indicating that you are done. It now has a Fingerprint scanner which is placed under the display. With his my car was fine, with mine it wasn't. Bluetooth phone works fine as does radio. Pair phone with Prius 7.
I have been messing with this prpblem for a month. We are in desperate need of a second car, but have decided to wait until we move to get one. I agree, its going to be a pretty big nuisance until it gets fixed. Open the Bluetooth on your smartphone. Turn off your car and wait for a minute or so this might not be necessary but I did anyway 6. I can't explain it, but am happy.
The Bluetooth is connected fine and calling still works but when I play music the screen shows that the music is playing but I get no sound from my speakers. I currently have an audio cable which I plug into my phone. I can hardly hear the bass on my new 2013 Prius 4, which replaced my lease of 2010 Prius 3 with Navi. Why it takes such a long time? And as it turns out, I can't turn it back on. That's it, once they're paired again, everything went back to normal. I've tried resetting my phone and turned the car off and on to no avail. I've been searching these forums for a solution.
If I don't shut off bluetooth or disconnect the music, it will automatically play it. Depending on the application and phone you are using, there will be a number of settings available that you can modify directly from your phone. The next time I start the car, the same thing happens. Now it works as it should. I paid the phone, but I have two questions.
The first time I did that, but it still connected for both on the next journey, now it is only connecting voice as it should. There is nothing you can do on your phone that is going to impact the Entune system in the vehicle. Hi, If I can't get an answer to this on Reddit I'll go to the dealer, but I figured if this has an easy fix it would be faster and less hassle. Both work with the car with no problems. Turning volume control knob does not work, but only turning off the radio or turning off the car.
Audio worked fine yesterday but on my way to work this morning the car would not play audio from my iPhone 6s. Not a biggie, but a nice to have for me. Go to your Application Manager, and Locate the Bluetooth Applications and Clear the Cache and Data of these apps. Even if I turn it off and restart right away. When I hit the Set Up button and choose Bluetooth, it says Bluetooth Off.