Audi OEM BT supported phones list

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by craigyb, Oct 20, 2005.

  1. mike3141 Member

    Does your phone have its own bluetooth code?
  2. Advertisement

  3. markyash New Member

    Mike, yes it does, one of the many pairs I tried - '0000'.
  4. mike3141 Member

    Can you change the phone code to '1234'?
  5. markyash New Member


    The phone seems to happily accepts '1234', the MMI instruction suggests that this should be used. Of all the attempts this would be the most used code.

    The attached picture is the screen seen to much annoyance....

    Attached Files:

    • Premium Supporter

    PetrolDave Super Moderator

    Have you checked what the MMI thinks the PIN code is? 1234 may be the default, but it may have been changed by someone.
  6. markyash New Member

    the options are very limited, I'm not sure how to ascertain the code in use, besides a carried out a reset to default settings and that should have reset the code to the '1234'
    There must be a simple way for people to do this.......or just a way for simple people to do this!
  7. GlynH New Member

    I'm almost embarrassed to ask this but is the Nokia 6310i (remember those?) supposed to transfer ALL numbers in the phonebook? :oops:

    The reason I ask is that mine only appears to transfer the first number entry against any name listed but not 2nd or 3rd numbers etc.

    If it makes a difference I store my contacts in the 'phone memory and not on the SIM.

    I tried my iPhone and that transfers an entry for each number so I end up with multiple names for those contacts that have more than one number stored.

    It's just that back in the day the Nokia 6310i was listed as compatible and although everything else works, Provider info, signal strength, memories etc. I only get one entry per name with only the default number listed.

    My 2001 S8 D2 UK spec car has retrofitted RNS-E & BT - module info follows my I missing any functionality in using the older H & F modules respectively?

    Thanks & kind regards,

    Address 56: Radio Labels: 8E0-035-192-RNSE.lbl
    Part No SW: 4B0 035 192 P HW: 4B0 035 192 P
    Component: RNS-E HIGH EU H44 0650
    Revision: 02S Serial number: AUZBZ7D0007040
    Coding: 0519754
    Shop #: WSC 00000 781 01234
    VCID: 2A5F4B21FC94
    No fault code found.
    Address 57: TV Tuner Labels: None
    Part No SW: 4D0 919 146 C HW: 4D0 919 146 C
    Component: TV Tuner H02 0430
    Revision: 01H02001 Serial number: 00000000003415
    Coding: 0000030
    Shop #: WSC 00000 000 00000
    VCID: 295DB42DF992
    1 Fault Found:
    01042 - Control Module; Not Coded
    000 - -
    Address 77: Telephone Labels: 8P0-862-335.lbl
    Part No SW: 8P0 862 335 F HW: 8P0 862 335 F
    Component: FSE_255x BT H21 0190
    Revision: 00000001 Serial number: 00000000358967
    Coding: 0010722
    Shop #: WSC 00000 000 00000
    VCID: 397D646D0932
    No fault code found.
    End ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  8. DanCAb Member

    Sony Ericsson Elm works great! All functions oke
  9. 05allroad Member

    Blackberry 9650 working (including address book on DIS) with a 'J' version BT module.
  10. mirek22 New Member

    Samsung D880 works without problem and retrieves the telephone contacts.
  11. 3waygeek New Member

    As does the Samsung Galaxy S II (I9100).
  12. m0ikw New Member

  13. 05allroad Member

    Blackberry 9930 working (including address book on DIS) with a 'J' version BT module.
  14. PaulWaterloo Member

    Maybe you guys can help me....hopefully I'm posting at the right place.

    I have a HP Veer (go ahead, make fun of me), it has the Palm OS system. On my 2001 D2 S8, I had a RNS-E and factory bluetooth module installed. It would download the phone book. Full functionality, would show the caller ID in the name format when it was in my phonebook.

    Now I just replaced the car with a 2007 D3 S8. It has the latest software, and the blueooth module HW-index is H16, the SW-inex is 1130. It pairs with my phone, has numbers received and dialed (but no caller ID, i.e. only the number, not by name associated with the number), but no phone book.

    I had my son pair his Motorola Android phone also did not have the phone book option (did not synch, it was greyed out). I don't know if it's the phones with the bluetooth module, or something else. On my phone I have about 120 contacts on the SIM and over 1,000 on the phone.

    Any ideas? Or should I find another smart phone and try pairing that, such as an iPhone? Somebody mentioned that they read here that I might have to change how long it synchs with the phone via VAG-COM, but I have no idea.

    Thanks, I'm glad to see so many familiar faces around here.

Share Audi Forum with friends