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Question Bluetooth compatibility 2.0T Init

can someone tell me how to pair my Sony Ericsson K800i to my Laguna, if at all possible. Many thanks, Wave
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We'll it's definitely possible. Mine’s paired to one of the pool cars at work. As for how I did it

It's one of the menu's on the satnav screen. If you have the system with the joystick control behind the gearshift, there's a phone button, which brings up the relevant menu (I think)

Sorry to be so vague, I working by memory and it was months ago.
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The car side's straightforward enough. I've just been through it:

Press 'Set'
Select 'Phone'
Select 'Bluetooth Setup'
Select 'Add new phone'

I'm not sure about the phone though, as I don't have an Ericsson, but it should be much the same as pairing up a bluetooth headset. On the Nokias, you select 'Search for audio enhancements' from the Bluetooth menu and the car should appear as a device called 'MY-CAR'. Pair to that device (the passcode is 1234) and you should be connected.

If you share the car with anyone else (as I do with the missus) remember to press the 'Tel' button when you get in the car after they've been using it, otherwise it'll stay paired to their phone (even though it's not present.) If they've switched over to their phone, then the car should try to link to it again and, when it fails, bring up the list of paired handsets for you to connect to. Select your phone and you're ready to roll.

If their phone is present in the car but you want yours on handsfree, you have to bring up the menu by going into the 'Set', 'Phone', 'Bluetooth Setup' and 'List paired phones' menus.

If you forget to do this, your phone will ring in your pocket and by the time you've gone through the rigmarole of switching to your phone, you'll have missed the call.
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