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Land Rover Discovery: Pairing and connecting a bluetooth phone or device

Land Rover Discovery (2009–2016) Owner's Manual / Bluetooth / Pairing and connecting a bluetooth phone or device

A paired phone or device can be connected for different uses; phone or music. Pairing is normally required only once.

When the ignition is switched on, the vehicle automatically tries to re-connect to a previously paired Bluetooth phone or device, if it is within range of the vehicle.

If automatic connection is not made, or to connect a new phone or device, use one of the following pairing methods:

Pairing using the phone or device (preferred method):

  1. Switch the ignition on and make sure that the Touch screen is active.
  2. Select General settings, then Bluetooth.
  3. From the list, select Make system discoverable.
  4. Switch on your phone or device's Bluetooth wireless technology device connection. Using your phone or device, search for and select your vehicle's Bluetooth connection (see your phone or device's operating instructions for more information).
  5. A Passkey number is displayed on the phone or device. If this number matches the number on the Touch screen, touch Yes, or press Pair on the phone or device.

Pairing using the Touch screen

  1. Switch on your phone or device's Bluetooth wireless technology device connection. Make sure that your phone or device is in Bluetooth wireless technology device discoverable mode, sometimes referred to as find me mode (see your phone or device's operating instructions for more information).
  2. Switch the ignition on and make sure that the Touch screen is active.
  3. Select General settings then Bluetooth.
  4. Select Search for Bluetooth Devices.
  5. The system searches for a phone or device and, if found, the phone or device displays on the screen.
  6. Select the required device.

    If the phone or device is not found, NO DEVICES FOUND displays.

Note: The phone/device list can store up to four entries.

  1. A Passkey number is displayed on the phone or device. If this number matches the number on the Touch screen, touch Yes.
  2. When a phone or device is paired, it is included in the connected device's list and on the PHONE screen. It also appears in the Bluetooth, List of paired devices section.

CHANGING THE CONNECTED PHONE OR DEVICE

Up to four phones or devices can be paired with the vehicle in the same way.

However, only two can be connected and ready for use as a phone or device at any one time (one for phone and one for media).

To connect a different paired phone to the vehicle:

  1. Switch the ignition on and make sure the Touch screen is active.
  2. Select General settings, then Bluetooth.
  3. Select List of Paired Devices.
  4. Touch the Phone soft key or the phone hard key.

    From the PHONE menu screen, select Change device.

  5. A menu appears. Select a paired device from the list.

DELETING A PAIRED PHONE OR DEVICE

To delete a phone or device from the system:

  1. In General settings, select Bluetooth.
  2. From the list, select List of paired devices.
  3. Select the phone or device to be deleted.
  4. From the list, select Delete pairing.

The phone or device is deleted from the system.

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