How many phones can I pair? What is the difference between pairing and connecting?
Only one mobile device can be actively connected at a time. However, a total of 5 different phones can be paired to the system. When a phone is paired, the system stores the phone information for readily available use. When connected, the phone is active and utilizes any supported Bluetooth® features.
Can I transfer my mobile phonebook to the vehicle?
Yes. You may choose to synchronize contacts from your phonebook. However, not all phones support wireless syncing of contacts via Bluetooth®. On certain models, check with your phone manufacturer if this feature is supported on your mobile device. Social media contacts such as Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail contacts may not be transferable.
Can I switch from the Hyundai Bluetooth® System to my cell phone so my passengers cannot over hear my conversations?
Yes. You will need to enter "private mode" and transfer the call from the Hyundai Bluetooth® System back to the phone. Located on your mobile device, you may select which audio source your phone uses. Simply select phone instead of car, and you will be able to transfer the call back to your mobile device. You may need to consult your mobile phone's operating manual for more information (if supported).
If I've paired more than one phone with my Hyundai Bluetooth® System, how does the system know which phone to use?
When multiple phones are paired, the Hyundai Bluetooth® System will automatically select the default mobile device to connect to. The default device has "priority" over other mobile devices. If the Hyundai Bluetooth® System does not locate the "priority" device, it will attempt to connect to the next available device in the "paired" listing (if supported).
General tips for using Bluetooth®
1. Speaking the correct string of commands as noted in your Bluetooth® guide (if supported).
2. The microphone is typically located within the headboard. For best results, when speaking commands, sit upright, do not lean towards the navigation unit as this may place you further away from the microphone receiving range (if supported).
3. When speaking voice commands, speak clearly at a normal pace (if supported)
4. Cabin noise should be kept at minimal level if possible. (ie., Windows and sunroof closed, driving the posted speed limit to minimize road noise). Wait for the beep prior to speaking a command (if supported).
5. If you are not sure what to say, press the "HELP" button for a list of available commands (if supported).