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Old 06-28-2008, 06:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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help with linking up bluetooth & radio operation



okay, after 20 years of raising kids and having to have vehicles large enough to haul them, their friends & their gear around, my husband bought me a nifty little buggy today--only problem is, it's way smarter than me!!!

It's an '06 330i--I can put it in 'go' and drive, but cannot get my phone (motorola razor) to 'recognize' it and connect the bluetooth, and I can't even figure out how to select a radio station! The owner's manual has instructions on how to pull out the ashtrays and cupholders, but nothing whatsoever about the info I need...if anyone out there can help me out of my technologically challenged state, I'd be very grateful! If my 20-year-old weren't off in Tacoma WA in the Army, he'd take care of it, but....

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along with the owner's manual, comes a card that contains the access code for bluetooth pairing. you will need that in order for your car's bluetooth system to recognize ur wireless device.
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along with the owner's manual, comes a card that contains the access code for bluetooth pairing. you will need that in order for your car's bluetooth system to recognize ur wireless device.
there is no card and no passkey for e90, you can make up any 4 digit code. Just input the same code in the phone that you put in to the car.
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i stand corrected.... Dirty Tool is right. You can set your own passkey on E90
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