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    bluetooth and usb
    on: Sep 26, 2015, 01.09 pm
    Sep 26, 2015, 01.09 pm
    hi guys
    can anyone help I have 2 issues
    1
    I have a scala q1 head kit that I have connected to the bike through Bluetooth yet I cannot pick the stereo up yet if I connect the phone through Bluetooth I get everything so basicly if the phone isn't connected I cant hear the stereo have I done something wrong there
    2
    if I try and put the phone on the usb connection the bike wont pick it up yet if I use a usb stick with music on the stereo picks it up have tried a couple of different leads and there all the same any ideas for this one please
    cheers  :233:

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    Re: bluetooth and usb
    Reply #1 on: Sep 26, 2015, 03.15 pm
    Sep 26, 2015, 03.15 pm
    Hi speedydeano,

    Bluetooth connections can be frustrating and can work, or not work - depending on individual devices,
    but here's a couple of things to check and try :

    Always connect your Headset ( Scala ) as "HEADSET 1"

    Connect any other Bluetooth device ( such as your Phone ) as "DEVICE 2"

    Note that the "1" and "2" above refer to the 2 available Bluetooth channels on the Trophy,
    i.e. there is no "HEADSET 2" or "DEVICE 1" !

    Re your issues :

    1.  Make sure you have the Audio Output selected as HEADSET and not SPEAKERS -
    All audio from the Trophy, including Radio, and NAV instructions if connected to the NAV Audio socket,
    should be routed to to the Bluetooth Headet.

    Check the documentation for the buttons on your Scala - even after successful connection
    you may have to press one of the buttons such as the "MM" button before it will accept any incoming audio stream !

    2. You didn't say what make and model of Phone you are using ....
    If it is an iPhone then it "should" act like an iPod and you "should" be able to see Playlists etc
    on the Trophy Instrument panel screen, but it is possible that later iOS versions ( Version 9 was released recently )
    MAY mean that there is a compatibility problem - that is the case on a car I owned  :157: unsure about the Trophy !

    If it is NOT an iPhone, then it may need to be switched into a Mass Storage Mode,
    for the Trophy system to recognise it as though it were a usb "stick".






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    Re: bluetooth and usb
    Reply #2 on: Sep 26, 2015, 03.41 pm
    Sep 26, 2015, 03.41 pm
    *Originally Posted by Coconut [+]
    Hi speedydeano,

    Bluetooth connections can be frustrating and can work, or not work - depending on individual devices,
    but here's a couple of things to check and try :

    Always connect your Headset ( Scala ) as "HEADSET 1"

    Connect any other Bluetooth device ( such as your Phone ) as "DEVICE 2"

    Note that the "1" and "2" above refer to the 2 available Bluetooth channels on the Trophy,
    i.e. there is no "HEADSET 2" or "DEVICE 1" !

    Re your issues :

    1.  Make sure you have the Audio Output selected as HEADSET and not SPEAKERS -
    All audio from the Trophy, including Radio, and NAV instructions if connected to the NAV Audio socket,
    should be routed to to the Bluetooth Headet.

    Check the documentation for the buttons on your Scala - even after successful connection
    you may have to press one of the buttons such as the "MM" button before it will accept any incoming audio stream !

    2. You didn't say what make and model of Phone you are using ....
    If it is an iPhone then it "should" act like an iPod and you "should" be able to see Playlists etc
    on the Trophy Instrument panel screen, but it is possible that later iOS versions ( Version 9 was released recently )
    MAY mean that there is a compatibility problem - that is the case on a car I owned  :157: unsure about the Trophy !

    If it is NOT an iPhone, then it may need to be switched into a Mass Storage Mode,
    for the Trophy system to recognise it as though it were a usb "stick".






    cheers coconut
     the phone I have is a sony xperia m2i will try the wifes phone later to see if hers works if it does best swap phones when she aint looking lol

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    Re: bluetooth and usb
    Reply #3 on: Sep 26, 2015, 04.49 pm
    Sep 26, 2015, 04.49 pm
    The Sony xperia m2i uses it's Sony Walkman software to play music,
    so that is most likely the reason it won't work on the Trophy.

    It doesn't look like that Phone has Bluetooth for Audio Streaming either ?

    What phone does Mrs. speedydeano have ?  :007:


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    Re: bluetooth and usb
    Reply #4 on: Sep 26, 2015, 05.01 pm
    Sep 26, 2015, 05.01 pm
    *Originally Posted by speedydeano [+]
    hi guys
    can anyone help I have 2 issues
    1
    I have a scala q1 head kit that I have connected to the bike through Bluetooth yet I cannot pick the stereo up yet if I connect the phone through Bluetooth I get everything so basicly if the phone isn't connected I cant hear the stereo have I done something wrong there
    2
    if I try and put the phone on the usb connection the bike wont pick it up yet if I use a usb stick with music on the stereo picks it up have tried a couple of different leads and there all the same any ideas for this one please
    cheers  :233:
    cheers coconut
    the funny thing is if I connect the phone through Bluetooth I can play music from the phone no issues its only the issue with usb not picking the phone up have just done an update on the phone still the same
    the wife phone is an iPhone 4

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    Re: bluetooth and usb
    Reply #5 on: Sep 26, 2015, 07.36 pm
    Sep 26, 2015, 07.36 pm
    That sounds about right - all Phones with Bluetooth will ( should ? ) have the A2DP Profile
    whhich is used to play music, I wasnlt sure your Phone had Bluetooth as it wasn't mentioned
    in the Spec's I was reading, but of course you'd already posted that you had Paired it, so it obviously has  :138:

    The USB connection won't work if it's not an iPhone, ( which the Trophy audio system IS configured to recognise )
    unless there is a way to put the Phone into "Mass Storage Mode" - which would then allow
    the Trophy system to "see" it just like it would see a USB Memory stick.

    A iPhone 4 should work fine  :028:

    Cheers,




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    Re: bluetooth and usb
    Reply #6 on: Sep 27, 2015, 01.35 pm
    Sep 27, 2015, 01.35 pm
     :020: coconut you are top banannnnnnnnnnnnnna have tried the wife's phone straight away it picks it up with no issue
    thanks again
    going on something different now have started the bike up and I think I have switched off something that I shouldn't have as I now have no fuel gauge on the left also I cant get the tyre pressure to come on the screen it says some thing in the manual that the dealer needs to activate this yet it was them that fitted it any ideas on that one
    cheers
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    Re: bluetooth and usb
    Reply #7 on: Sep 27, 2015, 08.46 pm
    Sep 27, 2015, 08.46 pm
    Have you had the battery disconnected at all ?

    The Fuel Gauge bars might not appear straight away after disconnecting the battery,
    or after refiling from alomost empty - The Owners Handbook advises :
    After refuelling, the fuel gauge and range to empty information
    will be updated  only while riding the motorcycle.
    Depending on th riding style, updating could take up to five minutes.

    Also with regards the Tyre Prressures, these are only activated once the wheels have started turning.

    Take her for a ride and see if the Fuel Gauge and Tyre pressures appear  :169:




     



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