Bluetooth Functions for the Advent ADVUV630 Navigation Unit
Entering Bluetooth Mode: To enable Bluetooth mode, press the unit’s front panel MENU button. Next, press the Settings icon on page 2 of the Setup menu. Select the Bluetooth submenu and set the “Bluetooth” option to “On”. Select the Bluetooth icon from the main menu to access the Bluetooth screen. Previously paired phones (if applicable) are listed in the center of the screen. Use the up/down buttons to navigate the list.
Initial Bluetooth Menu:
Connecting to a Bluetooth Device
Bluetooth® technology has the capability to wirelessly synchronize and transfer data among devices. The Bluetooth audio capabilities can be used for wireless phones hands-free applications. Bluetooth has many profiles and the unit is compatible with most Bluetooth enabled wireless phones. Before attempting to use the Bluetooth functions on the unit, please make sure your wireless phone supports Bluetooth functions.
Pairing Your Wireless Phone: Your wireless phone can be paired with the unit in two manners. The unit can initiate the search for compatible devices and pair to the wireless phone or the wireless phone can initiate the search and pair to the unit. The following paragraphs describe both methods. Note: The following procedures are generic. Procedures for pairing wireless phones may vary slightly from phone manufacturer to phone manufacturer. Compatibility with all Bluetooth devices is not guaranteed.
Pairing a Wireless Phone and the Unit:
Pairing the Unit and a Wireless Phone:
Once the Bluetooth main menu appears on the unit’s front panel, the wireless phone and the unit have paired.
Bluetooth Setup Menu
To access the Bluetooth “Options” menu, press the Setup button. Choose to turn the Bluetooth feature “On” or “Off.”
Auto Connect: The “Auto Connect” option will allow the unit to automatically connect to a previously paired Bluetooth device when it is in range. When the Auto Connect option is set to “Off”, you must initiate the pairing process with your wireless phone. To enable the Auto Connect option, set this feature to “On.”
Auto Answer: When this feature is set to “On,” the unit will automatically answer calls coming into the paired device.
Pairing Code: Choose the “Pairing Code” option to access a keyboard allowing you to enter a new pairing code to be used when pairing this unit to your Bluetooth devices (the default code is “0000). Enter a new 4-digit pairing code and then press the check mark ( ). To correct errors made while typing, you can press the C button to clear the entire entry or the back arrow ( ) to delete the last digit entered. Press the Back button to return to the main Bluetooth menu without changing the code.
Phone Book Sync: Before you can use Phone Book list, you must first initiate the Phone Book Sync feature. This will also update your list of Missed Calls, Received Calls, and Dialed Calls. After choosing “Phone Book Sync” from the menu, the unit will display the message “Sync Current Device’s Phonebook?” Press the check mark ( ) to begin syncing or click the X to cancel and return to the main Bluetooth menu.
Back: Press the Back button at any time to return to the main Bluetooth menu without making changes to the above options. Note: Not all wireless phones allow access to missed, received or dialed calls or address book support.
Deleting a paired wireless device:
Disconnect a Bluetooth device: To disconnect a device, press the Disconnect Phone button. The device will also be disconnected when the device is moved beyond the operational range (approximately 30 feet). When the “Auto Connect” feature is set to “On,” you can reconnect the device to the unit by placing it within the operational range. If you do not want to reconnect the device to the unit automatically, set Auto Connect” feature to “Off.”
Bluetooth Make a call (keypad direct entry):
Press the front panel MENU button and then press the Bluetooth icon to access the Bluetooth main menu. Pair the phone with the unit. Press the Direct Entry button to view the keypad.
Enter a phone number and then press the button.
Make a call (using lists): Press the front panel MENU button and then press the Bluetooth icon to access the Bluetooth main menu. Pair the phone with the unit. Touch to view one of the following phone lists: Missed Calls, Received Calls, Dialed Calls or Phone Book. If you did not yet sync your phone book, see “Bluetooth Setup Menu” on page 20 for syncing instructions. Use the Up/Down buttons to navigate the list. Touch to select a number. Touch the number again to dial.
Managing Incoming Calls: When connected to a Bluetooth phone, the unit will mute audio output, pause disc play, and change to the Bluetooth screen when a call is received. The incoming phone number and assigned name for that number will appear in the middle of the screen. An audible tone will sound from the unit and a graphic display will appear on the front panel. If the incoming call has no caller ID, the unit will display “Private Caller”.