Connecting the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface and Bluetooth® deviceConnecting the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface and Bluetooth® device  - Bluetooth® 2.0 interface - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

Before you can make or receive hands-free calls or play music using the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface function, you must pair the Bluetooth® device and Bluetooth ® 2.0 interface.

► Pairing is required only when the device is used for the first time. Once the Note

► Pairing is required only when the device is used for the first time. Once the device has been paired with the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface, you only need to bring the device into the vehicle next time and the device will automatically connect to the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface (if supported by the device). The device must have Bluetooth® turned ON to connect.

Up to 7 Bluetooth® devices can be paired with the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.

If multiple paired Bluetooth® devices are available in the vehicle, the cellular phone or music player most recently connected is automatically connected to the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.

You can also change a Bluetooth® device to be connected.

To pair

To pair a Bluetooth® device with the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface, follow the steps below.

1. Stop your vehicle in a safe area, put the gearshift lever (M/T) in the “N” (Neutral) position, or the selector lever (CVT) or gearshift lever (Twin Clutch SST) in the “P” (PARK) position, and pull the parking brake lever.

► You cannot pair Bluetooth® devices with the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface unless Note

► You cannot pair Bluetooth® devices with the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface unless the vehicle is parked. Before pairing a Bluetooth® device with the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface, confirm that the vehicle is parked in a safe location.

2. Press the SPEECH button.

3. Say “Setup”.

4. Say “Pairing options.” 5. The voice guide will say “Select one of the following: pair, edit, delete, or list.” Say “Pair.”

► If 7 devices have already been paired, the voice guide will say “Maximum devices Note

► If 7 devices have already been paired, the voice guide will say “Maximum devices paired” and then the system will end the pairing process. To register a new device, delete one device and then repeat the pairing process.
(Refer to “Deleting a device”.)

6. The voice guide will say “Please say a 4-digit pairing code.” Say a 4-digit number.

When the confirmation function is on, the system will confirm whether the number said is acceptable. Answer “Yes.” Answer “No” to return to pairing code selection.

► Some Bluetooth® devices require a specific pairing code. Please refer to the Note

► Some Bluetooth® devices require a specific pairing code. Please refer to the device manual for pairing code requirements.
► The pairing code entered here is only used for the Bluetooth® connection certification.
It is any 4-digit number the user would like to select.
Remember the pairing code as it needs to be keyed into the Bluetooth® device later in the pairing process.
Depending on the connection settings of the Bluetooth® device, this code may have to be entered each time you connect the Bluetooth ® device to the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.
For the default connection settings, refer to the instructions for the device.

7. The voice guide will say “Start pairing procedure on the device. See the device manual for instructions.” Enter in the Bluetooth® device the 4-digit number you have registered in Step 6.

► According to the corresponding device to Bluetooth®, it might take a few minutes Note

► According to the corresponding device to Bluetooth®, it might take a few minutes to pair the Bluetooth® device with the Bluetooth ® 2.0 interface.
► If the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface cannot recognize the Bluetooth® device, the voice guide will say “Pairing has timed out” and the pairing process will be cancelled.
Confirm that the device you are pairing supports Bluetooth®, and try pairing it again.
► If you enter the wrong number, the voice guide will say “Pairing failed” and the pairing process will be cancelled.
Confirm the number is right, and try pairing it again.

8. The voice guide will say “Please say the name of the device after the beep.” You can assign a desired name for the Bluetooth® device and register it as a device tag. Say the name you want to register after the beep.

► When the confirmation function is on, after repeating the device tag you have Note

► When the confirmation function is on, after repeating the device tag you have said, the voice guide will ask “Is this correct?” Answer “Yes.” To change the device tag, answer “No” and then say the device tag again.

9. The voice guide will say “Pairing complete,” after which a beep will be played and the pairing process will end.

Selecting a device

If multiple paired Bluetooth® devices are available in the vehicle, the cellular phone or music player most recently connected is automatically connected to the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.

You can connect to the other paired cellular phone or music player by following setting change procedures.

To select a cellular phone

1. Press the SPEECH button.

2. Say “Setup”.

3. Say “Select phone.” 4. After the voice guide says “Please say,” the numbers of the cellular phones and device tags of corresponding cellular phones will be read out in order, starting with the cellular phone that has been most recently connected.

Say the number of the cellular phone that you want to connect to.

When the confirmation function is on, the system will ask you again whether the phone that you want to connect to is correct. Answer “Yes” to continue and connect to the cellular phone.

Answer “No,” and the voice guide will say “Please say.” Say the number of the phone that you want to connect to.

► You can connect to a phone at any time by pressing the SPEECH button and saying Note

► You can connect to a phone at any time by pressing the SPEECH button and saying the number, even before all of the paired numbers and device tags of corresponding cellular phones are read out by the system.

5. The selected phone will be connected to the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface. The voice guide will say “<device tag> selected” and then the system will return to the main menu.

To select a music player

1. Press the SPEECH button.

2. Say “Setup”.

3. Say “Select music player.” 4. After the voice guide says “Please say,” the numbers of the music players and device tags of corresponding music players will be read out in order, starting with the music player that has been most recently connected.

Say the number of the music player that you want to connect to.

When the confirmation function is on, the system will ask you again whether the music player that you want to connect to is correct.

Answer “Yes” to continue and connect to the music player.

Answer “No,” and the voice guide will say “Please say.” Say the number of the music player that you want to connect to.

► You can connect to a music player at any time by pressing the SPEECH button Note

► You can connect to a music player at any time by pressing the SPEECH button and saying the number, even before all of the paired numbers and device tags of corresponding music players are read out by the system.

5. The selected music player will be connected to the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.

The voice guide will say “<device tag> selected” and then the system will return to the main menu.

Deleting a device

Use the following procedure to delete a paired Bluetooth ® device from the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.

1. Press the SPEECH button.

2. Say “Setup”.

3. Say “Pairing options.” 4. The voice guide will say “Select one of the following: pair, edit, delete, or list.” Say “Delete.” 5. After the voice guide says “Please say,” the numbers of the devices and device tags of corresponding devices will be read out in order, starting with the device that has been most recently connected. After it completes reading all pairs, the voice guide will say “or all.” Say the number of the device that you want to delete from the system.

If you want to delete all paired phones from the system, say “All.” 6. For confirmation purposes, the voice guide will say “Deleting <device tag> <number>.

Is this correct?” or “Deleting all devices. Is this correct?” Answer “Yes” to delete the phone(s).

Answer “No” to return to Step 4.

7. The voice guide will say “Deleted,” and then the system will end the device deletion process.

► If the device deletion process fails for some reason, the voice guide will Note

► If the device deletion process fails for some reason, the voice guide will say “Delete failed” and then the system will cancel deleting the device.

To check a paired Bluetooth® device

You can check a paired Bluetooth® device by following the steps below.

1. Press the SPEECH button.

2. Say “Setup”.

3. Say “Pairing options.” 4. The voice guide will say “Select one of the following: pair, edit, delete, or list.” Say “List.”

5. The voice guide will read out device tags of corresponding devices in order, starting with the Bluetooth® device that has been connected most recently.

6. After the device tags of all paired Bluetooth® devices have been read, the system will say “End of list, would you like to start from the beginning?” To hear the list again from the beginning , answer “Yes.” When you are done, answer “No” to return to the main menu.

► If you press and release the SPEECH button and say “Continue” or “Previous” Note

► If you press and release the SPEECH button and say “Continue” or “Previous” while the list is being read, the system will advance or rewind the list.
Say “Continue” to proceed to the device with the next highest number or “Previous” to return to the phone with the previous number.
► You can change the device tag by pressing and releasing the SPEECH button and then saying “Edit” while the list is being read.
► You can change the phone to be connected by pressing and releasing the SPEECH button and then saying “Select phone” while the list is being read.
► You can change the music player to be connected by pressing and releasing the SPEECH button and then saying “Select music player” while the list is being read.

Changing a device tag

You can change the device tag of a paired cellular phone or music player.

Follow the steps below to change a device tag.

1. Press the SPEECH button.

2. Say “Setup”.

3. Say “Pairing options.” 4. The voice guide will say “Select one of the following: pair, edit, delete, or list.” Say “Edit.” 5. The voice guide will say “Please say,” and read out the numbers of the Bluetooth® devices and device tags of corresponding devices in order, starting with the Bluetooth® that has been most recently connected.

After all paired device tags have been read, the voice guide will say “Which device, please?” Say the number of the device tag you want to change.

► You can press and release the SPEECH button while the list is being read, and Note

► You can press and release the SPEECH button while the list is being read, and immediately say the number of the device tag you want to change.

6. The voice guide will say “New name, please.” Say the name you want to register as a new device tag.

When the confirmation function is on, the voice guide will say “<New device tag>. Is this correct?” Answer “Yes.” Answer “No,” to say the new device tag you want to register again.

7. The device tag is changed.

When the change is complete, the voice guide will say “New name saved” and then the system will return to the main menu.

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