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    SENA SMH10R, SAMSUNG GALAXY, TROPHY, GARMIN 550 CONNECTION
    on: Apr 04, 2016, 06.12 pm
    Apr 04, 2016, 06.12 pm
    Almost there.   Last night I got my Trophy paired with my sena.  Even though "paired" the sound still wasn't coming through the headset.   I unpaired and re-paired as a single device.  It worked.   

    I found out that my Garmin 550 is the non-Bluetooth version :008:-although I can scroll through and find the directions.   Oh well.   Maybe I can get a 660 for Christmas. 

    I attempted to connect my Samsung Galaxy and failed.   It listed as paired on my phone.  As my buddy pointed out the manuals all listed the iphone as "the" phone.   After 90 minutes we gave up.   The Trophy radio still plays through the helmet.   No phone.   

    My buddy has the BMW RT.  He paired his phone and the BMW radio separately to his Sena.    I tried that and I couldn't. 

    The goodness in this entire exercise was that I got to know my Trophy electronics and audio really well:).   I know there is a smart guy out there somewhere :020:  Any tips? 
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    Re: SENA SMH10R, SAMSUNG GALAXY, TROPHY, GARMIN 550 CONNECTION
    Reply #1 on: Apr 04, 2016, 07.02 pm
    Apr 04, 2016, 07.02 pm
    How is your Garmin attached to the bike ?

    There is a 3.5mm plug you can use to feed into the bike and this will send your directions to your headset

    Clear all pairings - turn off all BT and connect your Sena to #1 (Headset) - then do the same for phone on #2 -

    This works well for me,, all phone calls / music is displayed on dash and GPS feeds into headset when required - and all other bike functions work with Sena as you scroll through them...

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    Re: SENA SMH10R, SAMSUNG GALAXY, TROPHY, GARMIN 550 CONNECTION
    Reply #2 on: Apr 04, 2016, 07.04 pm
    Apr 04, 2016, 07.04 pm
    Since your phone failed to pair with both the Trophy and the headset, it's either something you're doing or something with the phone. Which Galaxy is it? I have an S4 and it paired to both the bike and my Sena 20S without problem (not at the same time, though). Make sure the volume is up -- the volume control on the bike does not control the phone's volume (at least the way mine connects), so you need to turn the volume on the phone itself up. On the headset, make sure the volume of the headset is up for the device (there are separate volume settings for every device connected) AND the phone.

    You don't need your Garmin to pair with your phone if you have it hardwired to the bike. The bike will route any sound coming from your Garmin to your headset, assuming it's connected.

    Your headset should be paired to the bike as Headset 1; the phone, if you want it connected to the bike, would be paired to it as Headset 2/multimedia device (precluding the use of a second headset for the passenger).

    I don't think the SMH10R can pair two A2DP devices at the same time (the bike and the phone -- it can probably do phone in phone mode, which is HFP, but you will only be able to make/receive calls, not stream/play music), so you wouldn't be able to connect the bike and your phone at the same time and expect to be able to hear music from your phone.
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    Re: SENA SMH10R, SAMSUNG GALAXY, TROPHY, GARMIN 550 CONNECTION
    Reply #3 on: Apr 04, 2016, 07.05 pm
    Apr 04, 2016, 07.05 pm
    *Originally Posted by bigcountry [+]

    I attempted to connect my Samsung Galaxy and failed.   It listed as paired on my phone.  As my buddy pointed out the manuals all listed the iphone as "the" phone.   After 90 minutes we gave up.   The Trophy radio still plays through the helmet.   No phone.   


    PS I use Android 6.0 not issues - not as good with complete 100% handsfree operation like the iPhone due to all the proprietary software of the iPhone works flawlessly together unlike Android
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    Re: SENA SMH10R, SAMSUNG GALAXY, TROPHY, GARMIN 550 CONNECTION
    Reply #4 on: Apr 04, 2016, 07.17 pm
    Apr 04, 2016, 07.17 pm
    AZ Bob,
    What do you mean "not at the same time though"?   I have the Galaxy 5. 

    I think we did all that.  I will try it again.   

    At this point.  I'm not worried about the Garmin.   I will look for the 3.5 mm port that brbo wrote about.   is that the USB in the glove box you're referring to? 

    Thanks for the feed back. 
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    Re: SENA SMH10R, SAMSUNG GALAXY, TROPHY, GARMIN 550 CONNECTION
    Reply #5 on: Apr 04, 2016, 07.23 pm
    Apr 04, 2016, 07.23 pm
    *Originally Posted by bigcountry [+]


    At this point.  I'm not worried about the Garmin.   I will look for the 3.5 mm port that brbo wrote about.   is that the USB in the glove box you're referring to? 

    Thanks for the feed back.

    Have a look around the forum - can't seem to find the post of the installation process of the mount/Garmin - it's very detailed and shows you where to get power from and the 3.5mm jack - they are tucked under the left mirror side panel - velcro'd and easily accessible....saves you looking at screen worth the time...
    Last Edit: Apr 04, 2016, 07.27 pm by brbo
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    Re: SENA SMH10R, SAMSUNG GALAXY, TROPHY, GARMIN 550 CONNECTION
    Reply #6 on: Apr 04, 2016, 10.13 pm
    Apr 04, 2016, 10.13 pm
    *Originally Posted by brbo [+]
    How is your Garmin attached to the bike ?

    There is a 3.5mm plug you can use to feed into the bike and this will send your directions to your headset

    Clear all pairings - turn off all BT and connect your Sena to #1 (Headset) - then do the same for phone on #2 -

    This works well for me,, all phone calls / music is displayed on dash and GPS feeds into headset when required - and all other bike functions work with Sena as you scroll through them...



    This is my configuration as well. Works!
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    Re: SENA SMH10R, SAMSUNG GALAXY, TROPHY, GARMIN 550 CONNECTION
    Reply #7 on: Apr 04, 2016, 10.43 pm
    Apr 04, 2016, 10.43 pm
    According to the Sena website the SMH10R is capable of pairing to two mobile phones so it should work just as azgman states, and that is identical to the SHM10 that I use.  Use second phone pairing for my Moto X pure and phone pairing for headset 1 on the Trophy and it works like a charm.  Leaves device 2 open for a pillion to receive audio through another bluetooth device.
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