Start Bluetooth bmw x5 updating phone list

Bluetooth bmw x5 updating phone list

Apple, September 7th: “It takes courage to kill the headphone jack, but it’s fine, because you can just connect to everything with Bluetooth! Numerous reports are coming in saying that the i Phone 7 has big problems connecting to in-car Bluetooth.

These update files improve Bluetooth communication with the car's multimedia system for new mobile devices.

They are easy to install and the whole process can be done in a matter of minutes.

Here are some common causes of pairing problems as well as advice on what you can do about them.

Bluetooth depends on both hardware and software to work properly.

All you need is a FAT32 formated USB drive with enough free storage space (which won't be a problem, since the update is as small as 8.07 MB), a car that has a USB audio interface (included in optional equipment codes 6FL, 6NH, 6NK or 6NL) as well as the Control Display and i Drive.

First of all you'll have to download the new software from the BMW support site (Make sure to enter the correct VIN - last 7 figures - in the specified window on the BMW site, in order to get the proper software update for your vehicle) and copy it onto the USB drive (again, remember that it must be formatted as FAT32).

Going off the number of complaints, it seems like BMW, Kia and Ford vehicles are all having repeat problems connecting, while some users are complaining about intermittent issues with Bluetooth speakers.