Step-By-Step Honda Bluetooth Setup Guide At Space Coast Honda
Are you curious about how to pair your cell phone with your new Honda automobile with Bluetooth? Below you’ll find a simple step-by-step guide on how to set up Bluetooth in your new Honda sedan, truck, or crossover.
How To Set Up Bluetooth In Your Honda
With the help of Bluetooth, you’ll be able to wirelessly connect your mobile device to your new Honda Civic or Ridgeline’s multimedia system, allowing you to perform hands-free phone calls, music streaming, and turn-by-turn navigation. Here at Space Coast Honda, we are here to help you with a step-by-step guide on how to pair your mobile device to your Honda systems with Bluetooth. To match your smartphone:
Make sure Bluetooth is activated on your mobile device.
Press the Home button at the top left of your multimedia screen in your Honda car.
Press “Phone,” then press “Yes” to confirm. You will then be prompted to add a new device and will tap “Yes.” Then, select your mobile device from the multimedia screen.
On your mobile device, select “HandsFreeLinkⓇ,” from the Bluetooth menu, and the two will start paring.
Your mobile device and your new ride are now connected via Bluetooth and HandsFreeLinkⓇ.
For more information on how to sync up your new Honda automobile and devices from Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, please feel free to contact us to speak to a knowledgeable team member today.
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