Currently Being ModeratedDec 28, 2013 5:32 PM (in response to andresg)
So my daughter and I were driving today and I asked her to see if her LG Cell (not a smartphone) could pair with my car and make calls. And guess what??! It did fine. It paired up and made and received calls while my iPhone 5 running IOS7 can't even see my car.
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I had an iphone 4S working fine with my car bluetooth. I upgrade to IOS 7.0.4. Still work fine.
I bought an iphone 5S with IOS 7.0.4. I can pair with my car bluetooth without problem. When I call or receive call, I can connect but I got no sound. It's connect but I can't hear anything and my phone contact either.
So it's more a Iphone 5S problem as a IOS 7.0.4...or mix ?
I tried to unpair, reset all... nothing work :-(
I hope new IOS version will help ?
Currently Being ModeratedJan 11, 2014 3:47 PM (in response to reinhardwh)
This worked for my 2013 Mazda Mx5.
I deleted 'Mazda' from the bluetooth settings on my iPhone 5s iOS 7.
Turned Bluetooth off on my iPhone.
Deleted all 'phones' from my vehicle's Bluetooth setup.
Turned iPhone Bluetooth back on.
Used my vehicle's 'Pair a Phone' setup process.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 24, 2014 7:28 AM (in response to andresg)
My bluetooth connection problem does not concern a car stereo, but instead I have trouble re-connecting my PayLeven credit card payment terminal (sold in the Apple Stores in Europe, amongst other places) to both my iPhone5 and iPad Air both running iOS7.
Paring works OK, but after prolonged inactivity, its impossible to reconnect the device to the iPad without unparing and resetting the devices.
Extensive testing with PayLeven's support team has lead to believe there is an issue with iOS7's way of handling BT rather than a faulty device. The number of replies to this tread seem to confirm that possibilty.
I left a feedback report at www.apple.com/feedback. Hope it gets fixed in iOS 7.1...
Currently Being ModeratedJan 25, 2014 4:03 PM (in response to andresg)
I've tried everything to get my iPhone 5 to connect to my '14 Mazda6, and nothing works. I haven't been able to connect ever since upgrading to iOS7. So it seems, basically, a lot of people with an iPhone have this same problem, and Apple hasn't addressed it?
Currently Being ModeratedJan 27, 2014 5:17 AM (in response to andresg)
I have a Jeep Cheerokee 2012 and I have NOT done the upgrade to IOS 7 for my Iphone 5s and I am having the same issues as of 2-3 days ago. My iphone stopped playing through my car stereo unless I open my music on my phone first. I can only flip through the songs using the the phone. The controls on the steering wheel or dash will not work except for the volume. So if I have not done the upgrade is it really a software problem? WTH?????
I need to chime in on this in the hopes that SOMEBODY from Apple Support is reading this...
Subaru Forester 2012
Music begins playing automatically as soon as a bluetooth connection is made. It's driving me bonkers. I've resorted to not using bluetooth in my car unless I need to make a call. I make sure I leave the radio in FM mode so I don't get blasted with randomly selected music from my iPhone every time I start the car.
I have read way too many threads on this and I've tried wiping the bluetooth info from both the radio and the phone and rebooting and re-pairing. No luck. Even tried the ridiculous suggeston of removing the apostrophe from my phone's name.
The phone and radio worked flawlessy under IOS 6.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 11, 2014 6:38 AM (in response to Sammytx)
i just bought a CHEVROLET TRACKER 2014
and i am trying to pair my iphone 5 with the car bluetooh radio.
the cell find the car bluetooth, but when i click on pair, it says that the IPHONE 5 is no supported to thar device.
please, help me, is there any way to update my bluetooth in my iphone? (thats what the told me in CHEVROLET, to update my cell, but my cellphone is up to date)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 14, 2014 7:41 PM (in response to leonardooneto)
I was having trouble with my iphone 5s and 2010 Mazda 3. Would not pair. I reset the network settings on the phone twice. First time took a long time to reboot, second time was quite fast. Then I paired the phone with a Logitech Bluetooth keyboard, successfully. Heartened by this, I tried again with the car and it worked.
Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings