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Bluetooth Problems?

Discussion in 'QX50 Chat' started by theeggman, Feb 22, 2008.

  1. theeggman

    theeggman Member

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    Hi everyone. I am new to the forum and am hoping someone out there can help me. I picked up my EX last week and absolutely love it. However, I am having a problem with the bluetooth feature. I have a Verizon phone. I can "marry" the phone to the car but when I turn off the car, the next time I start the car up the bluetooth system does not find my phone. I have to get out the phone, turn the bluetooth feature off and then on again, and then set both the car and the phone to search for each other. I never had this problem with my Acura TL. Whenever I started the Acura, the bluetooth system would immediately pick up the phone. I don't believe this is a phone issue because I have tried other phones (different models) with the bluetooth system and get the same disconnect results.

    Has anyone else had this problem or can anyone propose a solution?

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  2. asherchy

    asherchy Premium Member Premium

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    los angeles
    i have no idea about bluetooth... i just wanted to welcome the first EX owner (at least that ive noticed)
  3. OP

    theeggman Member

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    Thanks for the welcome. I truly love the car. I got it in blue slate with black interior and the wood finish and it just screams luxury. Just wish I could get this bluetooth problem fixed.
  4. Dr.2K

    Dr.2K iS Doctor on Duty iS VIP

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    Santa Clarita, CA
    2005 FX45
    Welcome to the board!

    There may be a couple of issues to look into and these are generally true for most BT featured automobiles. First, is your particular phone listed as a supported model by infiniti...you may want to check this out with infiniti. Due to manufacturers using different BT systems some phones act and respond differently to each system. Second, does your phone have a feature BT feature that you have 'authorize' to connect? if it does you should set it to 'autoconnect'. 3) Have you tried experimenting with a different model phone with the EX to see if its the phone or the system?

    Try some experimentation and see if you can pin point the problem. First generation cars can be very finicky and there are bound to be more issues as more and more people start driving this new model. The 'early adopters' are always the guinea pigs! =)
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