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kyle1

So, I bought a 1.25 edge which has the sony head-unit but when I try to connect to Ford Audio it says on the radio too many devices and on my iPhone it says unsuccessful but when I try going on to bluetooth this happens

 

Also, when I click phone it just mutes everything... any idea what's up here?!

Thanks!

 

[URL=http://tinypic.com/r/28wkzcx/4]View My Video[/URL]

 

Also my AUX port doesn't work but my USB does... anybody have a clue there?

 

kyle1

Any help here, or does no one have a clue?

FOCA

There may be a finite amount of bluetooth devices the head unit can store/ pair,(often 10) that is why there may be "too many divices" - you may have to delete one/ spme - i presume you are going through the correct process and have the code 

 

The "phone" button is supposed to mute everything - thats what its for

 

The aux input may have to be activated in the menu and selected manually

Stoney871
I'd say clear all paired devices and start from scratch.
kyle1
Oh so everything's working fine? Those were my initi thoughts but how do I reset Bluetooth? Like the video shows, I can't get onto the menu?

Thanks!
kyle1

Basically I was trying to connect to Ford Audio and was getting too many paired devices, I tried going into menu > audio > bluetooth but I couldn't get anywhere further than that.

 

I took the bluetooth module out for 5 mins, same problem, so I'm going to leave it out over night. Is there anything else I can do?

 

Thanks! Also, my aux port doesn't work but the USB one does... any help here? 

tomtom70

It's voice control, so do as Stoney wrote and say "clear all paired devices" (or whatever is the correct term, there is also help available per voice control).

The paired devices are stored even without power, so taking it out the module will not change anything there.

kyle1

It's voice control, so do as Stoney wrote and say "clear all paired devices" (or whatever is the correct term, there is also help available per voice control).

The paired devices are stored even without power, so taking it out the module will not change anything there.

But, did you see the video?

I can't access the bluetooth menu so I'm not sure what to do from here?

Preee

Not to sure with out looking at mine , but is there a reset to defaults in the menu to restore , or perhaps unplug the stereo mine clear all saved settings.

 

Usually by clicking on bluetooth , the four unmarked buttons along the botton of the sony relay to the screen with prompts , when clicking bluetooth i have a section to choose from by clicking one of those mention buttons to unpair.

 

Im your video when you select bluetooth have you tried click center button to select or just right arrow

tomtom70

But, did you see the video?

Yes, and you did not even try to use voice control ...

kyle1

Yes, and you did not even try to use voice control ...

What do I do? Never had a fiesta before, first car haha...

tomtom70

Press the voice button on the steering wheel, wait for beep (prompt), and say "help".

kyle1

Press the voice button on the steering wheel, wait for beep (prompt), and say "help".

I'm guessing that's the button on the indicator toggle?



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