3724 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Jul 4, 2007 10:49 AM by AppleArete
I paired my Lexus IS250 by going into the "Settings" feature of the phone into the "General" section and then by selecting bluetooth and turning it on -- it was off when I got the phone. Once I did that the iPhone asked me to enter the Lexus key and then once that was entered on the phone, the car and iPhone "paired". What I am having trouble doing is uploading my contacts list from the iPhone into the Lexus' phone management database. In the short term I manually entered a small group of important contacts.
Mac OS X (10.4.4)
i have a GS 350/330?? anyway it was paired with a azor..i went into settings on the car
down on the menu..way down..it asks if you want to pair another phone..i agreed and followed the prompts that lead me very quickly to a passcode for the pairing and Viola..completed
i am not sure what you have/have not done
if this is confusing write back i am extremely familiar with this car & many others!
i have an '07 Gs if i just responded to the original question on this topic with some info you might find helpful.
i never lost my contacts when i went to pair this new phone. i don't know why anyone would
keep me posted
i would like to help, but not sure why this is so difficult . it is pretty straight forward. i am going back to my notes for the GS for pairing the phone originally..that i remember was not so simple!!
I've linked the iPhone with my 2007 GS350. You enter the 1111 on the iPhone after navigating Settings>General>Bluetooth. The Lexus should show up as Devices>Hands Free (at least mine did). Selecting the Device should allow you to enter the password. After entering the 1111, the iPhone showed Hands Free as Paired.
If you figure out how to transfer the Contact list into the Lexus Phonebook, let me know.