Hyundai Tucson: Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Audio Mode / Pairing a Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Device

What is Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Pairing?

Pairing refers to the process of synchronizing your Bluetooth® Wireless Technology phone or device with the car audio system for connection.

Pairing is necessary to connect and use the Bluetooth® Wireless Technology feature.

Pairing  Key /  Key on the Steering Remote Controller

When No Devices have been Paired

1. Press the key or the key on the steering remote controller. The following screen is displayed.

2. Press the button to enter the Pair Phone screen.

1) Car Name : Name of device as shown when searching from your Bluetooth® Wireless Technology device

2) Passkey : Passkey used to pair the device

3. From your Bluetooth® Wireless Technology device (i.e. Mobile Phone), search and select your car audio system.

✽ NOTICE

Using Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Audio Mode
Playing/Pausing Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Audio Once a Bluetooth® Wireless Technology device is connected, the mode will automatically start. While playing, press the  button to p ...

Connecting a Device
Press the  key  Select [Phone]   Select [Paired Phone List] 1) Connected Phone : Device that is currently connected 2) Paired Phone : Device that is paired but not connected Fr ...

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