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SV6 MY9.5 Bluetooth phone connection

Discussion in 'VE Holden Commodore (2006 - 2013)' started by Cazzo, Mar 23, 2012.

  1. Cazzo

    Cazzo New Member

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    yo yoo yoooooooooooooooo

    Yo wats up cuz? so i got a iPhone 4S and a SV6 9.5 and theres this button on the steering wheel that says phone, or telephone or watever. and some voice in think i seen before. so how do i get it so that when someone calls me, i can answer and talk the phone without having to touch it??

    and bro, like.. dont say read the manual cause... lol

    anyone have any GOOD info that i can read in their comment and say PHWOAAA thanks broooo

    :)
     
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    Big_Simmo Great White Cranberry

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    sweet jesus, with english like that you just scare me :( the thought that people actually talk that way is just sad...

    But moving on, just pair your car with your phone, when someone rings (if that ever happens) you just press your button on the steeringwheel and BAM your talking via bluetooth
     
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    thanks bro

    how do i pair it with car?

    i didnt make any mistakes cuz? lol umad?
     
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    To pair your phone, follow these instructions;
    On your phone, go to Settings, General, Bluetooth.
    Turn Bluetooth on, turn on the ignition in the car.
    The phone will scan for devices, as long as the car Bluetooth is working, it will show a new device 'Vehicle BT V02', pair with it using the password of 1234

    Done.
     
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    ms_enj Geek girls are sexy...

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    Surprisingly enough... um... cuz*, the exact instructions to do this are in the manual that you don't want to read.

    Unless Holden have rewritten the entire manual in the 6 months between my car and your car being built, information on the Bluetooth system is listed on page 1A-56.

    And get this, broseph*, the 5 pages after that one shows you all the features and things the Bluetooth system can do, including pairing your phone, voice dialing (supported with the iPhone 4S) and other... umm... funky*... shizz*... eh, homeslice!*

    *Sorry, I'm not a hip young person anymore, so I hope this makes it understandable enough for him.
     
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    ^^^^ hahahha nice one
     
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    hahah funny ####, i did it all and it works good as now, thanks bro

    the siri bitch comes on wen i press phone and she does what i say.

    ye i didnt want to read the book, its boring and you guys already know how do do it... thanks wernda brah
     
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    for the love of god learn english or do the world a favour and just stop talking :whistling
     
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    ms_enj Geek girls are sexy...

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    WTF your problem just answer my question if you actually know answer and leave. idc if u wana talk to da boiz about other shit but stop bein a #### bro...
     
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    RayLamp Gone Fishin'...

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    Quand des gens comme les œufs, ils obtiennent leurs frères d'imiter leurs cousins​​. Troncature ces noms familiers aux shorts juste atténuer les problèmes des systèmes digestifs.
     
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    ms_enj Geek girls are sexy...

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    My first problem is:

    1) You talk like a complete tool, and refuse to listen to advice or actually comprehend anything we tell you. I told you exactly where in the manual all of the information you want is, and you still flatly refused to read it, because, and I quote, "it's boring".

    and my other problem is:

    2) You keep calling me "Bro". My boobs and ladyparts take major offense to that... In fact, it really pisses me off. As I pointed out in your other thread, in which I've given you helpful and accurate advice (you've mostly ignored) several times, I AM NOT A F*%KING MAN!
     
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    u mad bro?

    probs because all i ever did was ask peoples for help and even know you helped me you made fun of how i talk or just me as a user....

    leave it ohk...
     
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    Bump :)

    Just a quick question, anyone know of a way to delete all the pairs that have been put into the module so I can start fresh with it ? or how to change the password ?

    Thanks
    Alan
     
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    Of all the threads to bump, you had to choose this one!

    The PIN is hard coded into the module, so there isn't any way to change that. I believe the pairs in memory delete the oldest pairing when the maximum is reached and a new pair is created.
     
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    It's still funny every time I read this thread
     
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    I do not know what is wrong with you, "bro". I think you watch too many Fast and Furious movies or Breaking Bad; as much as I like those shows, they are shows, "bro".

    Listen, a very simple advice. The Manufacturer has tons of Technical Writers to make Owner's Manuals for the complete idiot and you fail to read it.

    All you need to know as a car owner is in the book.
    Another source is Google, just search for it.

    Mozilla Firefox has a nifty spell checker, those red squiggly lines tells you that whatever you typed is misspelled.
    Not 100% accurate but is about a 98% and that is pretty darn good.

    You owe an apology to the lady that tried to help you.

    And by the way, I can see that you are lazy...
     
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    Hi Guys (& Girls/Ladies) the Bluetooth in my my10 SV6 appears to have died , I had it replaced at the free 3000km service nov 2010 , now it is paired with the phone which has worked fine until now (iphone3) but when i call up a number or receive a call the "voice in" appears on the top dash display but no call tone or voice when someone answers .
    I have tried "re-pairing" car to phone - successful but same result on a call , any ideas would be welcome as i dont think 3 years out of a part like this is acceptable (I haven't hit Holden up as yet but they only warrant replacement parts for 6 mths) , Thanx in advance
     
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    I removed the OnStar that GM placed on my 09 VE with this; is called COSTAR BlueSTAR and works really good with the GM LAN system.

    In the US on the 09 G8/VE and back there was no Bluetooh on the OnStar system. Bought the BlueSTAR and plugs right on the OnStar system. I can use all the buttons on the steering and the rear view mirror are the Up and Down volume keys.
     

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