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Smart phone connectivity
« on: August 17, 2015, 05:38:07 pm »
I have a Motorola Moto X which easily connects to the car, the OBDII diagnostic adapter on a car, and a earpiece, via Bluetooth, but cannot see the Trophy, nor can the Trophy see it. I have the latest version of the software, 1.04e. Does anybody else have the same phone, and can you get it to connect? If so, how?
I would appreciate any advice you could offer.

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Re: Smart phone connectivity
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2015, 07:45:40 pm »
I don't really have an answer other than to say my Moto X connected quickly to my bike. I just followed the set up instructions in the audio manual that came with the Trophy. Sorry I can't be of more help, but the two should connect.

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Re: Smart phone connectivity
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2015, 07:53:30 pm »
Success! I first unpaired everything on my phone, rebooted it, and the bike and the phone found each other. When I tried to pair them, the bike went off into never-never land on the first attempt. Second attempt worked. Now all I need is a headset so I could take calls if I wanted. In the car, I ignore most calls, but it's nice to have in case I get a call from the wife or kids.

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Re: Smart phone connectivity
« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2015, 09:40:49 pm »
*Originally Posted by waldowales [+]
Success! I first unpaired everything on my phone, rebooted it, and the bike and the phone found each other. When I tried to pair them, the bike went off into never-never land on the first attempt. Second attempt worked. Now all I need is a headset so I could take calls if I wanted. In the car, I ignore most calls, but it's nice to have in case I get a call from the wife or kids.

Voice Mail works great for that.
You see the name pop up, Stop.
Call them back.

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Re: Smart phone connectivity
« Reply #4 on: August 26, 2015, 10:17:28 pm »
Exactly. If I ignore it, it goes to voice mail and I can decide if and when to call them back. So many of them any more are telemarketers, who don't leave messages, or their robots give half the message while my outgoing message is still playing. The only ones who leave messages are the ones purporting to represent lawyer groups, demanding I make immediate restitution or face arrest.

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Re: Smart phone connectivity
« Reply #5 on: August 26, 2015, 11:48:15 pm »
Easy w8d4it!  :745:
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Re: Smart phone connectivity
« Reply #6 on: August 27, 2015, 12:46:15 am »
I have a MotoX and have no issues paring it with the bike. I do not get any kind of ring tone however. I have to rely on the display to tell me if a call is coming in. If I am listening to music, it will stop playing while the phone is ringing, but that is it.
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Re: Smart phone connectivity
« Reply #7 on: August 27, 2015, 05:29:57 pm »
No ring tones where?  In a bluetooth helmet or through the Trophy speakers?  If it's bluetooth in a helmet and it is a Sena bluetooth then there are different volume settings for each function and perhaps the phone volume is turned down.  It remembers where the volume was set from the previous use and then and it comes back up at that same volume the next time the phone is used.  If you are expecting the Trophy audio to make outgoing calls I don't think the system is capable of that since it takes bluetooth input to do that if you are using.  The BMW intercom systems can do that, but you have input to the audio system through a helmet mic on that system.  I can't find anywhere in the audio system handbook any mention that the Trophy audio system has intercom capability.
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