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Audio 20 & Blackberry 9360 Bluetooth pairing problem

Discussion in 'Electrics, Vacuum, Ignition and ECU' started by Pipemaster, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. Pipemaster

    Pipemaster Senior Member

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    Your Mercedes:
    SL350 R230 / 2006 / 3500
    I am trying and frustratingly failing to pair my Audio20 head unit with my Blackberry Curve 9360.
    The process falls down when after fining the MB Bluetooth unit and my phone successfully saying it's paired with the car the Audio 20 displays the name of my phone, a graphic shows for a while and then it tells me it's been unsuccessful. The MB Bluetooth device still shows on my phone and if I try the external again without deleting off the phones paired devieces it doesnt "discover" the Audio20 again which tells me it thinks all is OK

    Does anyone have any ideas? I have tried to discover my phone by having it in "listen" mode and have the Audio 20 search for phones but I believe that is to search for phones in the vacinity that may have already been paired.

    Cheers
     
  2. Beemer2

    Beemer2 Active Senior Members

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    Your Mercedes:
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    I had to let both "listen" and then after they timed out I set the phone to listen again and the pairing was set up. You could try downloading the phone "services" again in setup. I have a 9300 which has an earlier OS than yours
     
  3. phillj

    phillj Senior Member

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    Assuming your car is a W204 C class I believe the correct procedure is to get the audio 20 headunit to search for your phone not the other way round. Your phone must have bluetooth enabled and be discoverable, Audio20 needs to search discover and then set up a passcode between the headunit and the phone, it’s all in the manual supplied with the car.
    I have never had any problems pairing various types of phones but having said that I have never tried with a Blackberry;)
     

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