Blackberry STORM 9500 - STORM 9530 SMARTPHONE - SAFETY AND Operating instructions

Mobile Communication
Compatibility of Bluetooth® mobile phones with PCM/CDR-30
in the Boxster/Cayman/911 models
Contents
1. Compatibility list for Bluetooth®
mobile phones
2. Detailed overview of functions
3. P
airing instructions for the CDR-30
4. Pairing instructions for the PCM
5. Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
6. Glossary
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1. Compatibility list for Bluetooth® mobile phones
1. Compatibility list for Bluetooth® mobile phones
Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface is standard on all Boxster/Cayman/911 models.
Manufacturer
Model
Compatible with
PCM or CDR-30
Apple
iPhone® 3G
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Apple
iPhone® 3GS
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Curve™ 8530
smartphone
(CDMA)
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BlackBerry®
Curve™ 8900
smartphone
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BlackBerry®
Bold™ 9000
smartphone
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BlackBerry®
Storm™ 9500
smartphone
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BlackBerry®
Storm2™ 9520
smartphone
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BlackBerry
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Storm™ 9530
smartphone
(CDMA)
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BlackBerry
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Tour™ 9630
smartphone
(CDMA)
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BlackBerry
Status 3/30/2010. Errors and omissions excepted.
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1. Compatibility list for Bluetooth® mobile phones
Manufacturer
Model
Compatible with
PCM or CDR-30
BlackBerry®
Bold™ 9700
smartphone
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LG
enV3
(CDMA)
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LG
Versa
(CDMA)
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LG
enV touch
(CDMA)
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LG
Chocolate Touch
(CDMA)
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Nokia
E71
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Nokia
E75
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Status 3/30/2010. Errors and omissions excepted.
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1. Compatibility list for Bluetooth® mobile phones
Manufacturer
Model
Compatible with
PCM or CDR-30
Nokia
N97 mini
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Nokia
X3
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The presence of Bluetooth ® devices other than the active telephone such as Bluetooth ® headsets, etc., may interfere with the
proper operation of the Bluetooth® connection between the PCM/CDR-30 and the active telephone. To avoid this problem, make sure
that all other Bluetooth® accessories are turned off when using the PCM/CDR-30 Bluetooth ® connection.
Research In Motion, the RIM logo, BlackBerry ®, the BlackBerry ® logo and SureType are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark
Office and may be pending or registered in other countries – these and other marks of Research In Motion Limited are used under
license.
When CDMA telephones are operated with the PCM/CDR-30, audio quality in hands-free telephoning may be impaired and some
telephone models do not offer full support of PCM functions. In these cases we recommend deactivating the ‘Second Call’ function in
the PCM.
Status 3/30/2010. Errors and omissions excepted.
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2. Detailed overview of functions
2. Detailed overview of functions
Nokia
LG
LG
LG
BlackBerry®
BlackBerry®
BlackBerry®
BlackBerry®
BlackBerry®
BlackBerry®
BlackBerry®
BlackBerry®
Apple
Apple
Manufacturer
N97 mini
E75
E71
Chocolate Touch (CDMA)
enV touch (CDMA)
Versa (CDMA)
enV3 (CDMA)
9700 Bold™
9630 Tour™(CDMA)
9530 Storm™ (CDMA)
9520 Storm2™
9500 Storm™
9000 Bold™
8900 Curve™
8530 Curve™ (CDMA)
iPhone® 3GS
iPhone® 3G
Model
110.48.125
300.21.012
VX857V05
VX11kV08
VX960V07
VX920V06
5.0.0.321
5.0.0.334
5.0.0.328
5.0.0.306
4.7.0.141
5.0.0.411
5.0.0.411
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SMS download
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SIM phone books
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Call lists
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Ringtone from mobile
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call transfer*
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Pairing from device
– = not compatible/function not supported
Pairing from vehicle
Empfehlungsliste USA 03/2010
Nokia
X3
Firmware version
Nokia
11.0.045
Nokia
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Comments
1 - Switch BlackBerry® to wait mode in Bluetooth
menu
1 - Switch BlackBerry® to wait mode in Bluetooth
menu
6 - Visibility only temporary
1 - Switch BlackBerry® to wait mode in Bluetooth
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1 - Switch BlackBerry® to wait mode in Bluetooth
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2 - Reject second call function not supported
1 - Switch BlackBerry® to wait mode in Bluetooth
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1 - Switch BlackBerry® to wait mode in Bluetooth
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1 - Switch BlackBerry® to wait mode in Bluetooth
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1 - Switch BlackBerry® to wait mode in Bluetooth
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4 - Pairing from vehicle not possible with CDR-30
3 - Pairing from vehicle not reliable
3 - Pairing from vehicle not reliable
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Compatible with PCM
or CDR-30
3. Pairing instructions for the CDR-30
3. Pairing instructions for Bluetooth® mobile phones with the CDR-30
Requirements for the CDR-30
Note: Since the CDR-30 can include a maximum of
– The CDR-30 is not connected with a mobile phone.
five devices in its list, delete any devices that are no
Pressing the ‘PHONE’ button displays the message
longer required from the list before starting the
‘Telephone not available’.
search for new devices.
Requirements for the mobile phone
5. S
elect the phone you want from the search list on the
– The Bluetooth® function must be switched on.
CDR-30. You are now prompted to enter a Bluetooth®
– The mobile phone must be visible to other devices.
code specified by the CDR-30 on the phone. Confirm
These two settings are normally found in the
the suggested code on the CDR-30 with ‘OK’. Enter
Bluetooth settings on the mobile phone.
the correct code on the mobile phone to complete the
®
pairing process.
Note: Some mobile phones (e.g. Motorola) can
only be made visible for a limited period of time
Note: The user has 30 seconds to enter the code.
(e.g. 1 minute). If pairing is not completed within this
If pairing is not completed within this time, it may
time, it may be necessary to repeat the process.
be necessary to repeat the process.
Note for iPhone and BlackBerry : iPhone and
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®
®
BlackBerry ® devices cannot be found and paired
Mobile phone
from the CDR-30. The pairing must therefore be
6. After pairing, the CDR-30 attempts to connect with
started from the iPhone® or BlackBerry ® itself (see
the phone. On some phones, it is necessary to
pairing instructions for iPhone and BlackBerry
confirm the connection by pressing a button on the
®
®
devices with the CDR-30).
handset.
Pairing process
CDR-30
Note: In most cases, a paired phone will be automatically found and connected whenever the car is
1. Press ‘PHONE’ button.
started. In some cases (e.g. Nokia N and E series),
2. Press ‘SET’ button.
however, it is necessary to authorize the CDR-30 in
3. Select the menu item ‘Device list’.
the device list on the mobile phone.
4. Select ‘Search for telephones’. A search is performed
for available Bluetooth® phones that support the
Hands-Free Profile. At the end of the search, the
devices found are displayed in a list (max. five
devices).
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3. Pairing instructions for the CDR-30
3. Pairing instructions for BlackBerry® devices with the CDR-30
Requirements for the CDR-30
CDR-30
– The CDR-30 is not connected with a mobile phone.
7. A number row is displayed on the CDR-30; enter a
4-digit Bluetooth® code and confirm with ‘OK’.
Pressing the ‘PHONE’ button displays the message
‘Telephone not available’.
BlackBerry®
Requirements for the BlackBerry®
8. Enter the same Bluetooth® code on the BlackBerry ®
– The Bluetooth® function must be switched on.
and confirm with ‘OK ( )’. Pairing is now complete.
You can switch on the Bluetooth function on the
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BlackBerry ® via ‘Applications/Options/Bluetooth®/
Note: The user has 30 seconds to enter the code.
Enable Bluetooth ’. An icon in the status area
If pairing is not completed within this time, it may
indicates that the Bluetooth® function is switched on.
be necessary to repeat the process. To do this,
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select ‘CDR-30’ from the search list again.
Note: The BlackBerry does not appear in the
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search list on the CDR-30 because it has a higher
9. A window with the question whether the connection
security level. In this case, therefore, you must start
with the CDR-30 should be established now appears
the search from the mobile phone itself. For the
on the BlackBerry ®. Answer this question with ‘Yes’.
BlackBerry ® to be able to find the CDR-30, it must
The BlackBerry ® is now connected with the CDR-30.
be set to visible mode.
Note: With some older devices, you may need to
Pairing process
CDR-30
establish the connection manually. You can do this
by selecting ‘CDR-30/Connect’ in the device list.
1. Press ‘PHONE’ button.
10. To authorize your CDR-30 on the BlackBerry ®,
2. Press ‘SET’ button.
select ‘CDR-30/Device properties’ and set the item
3. Select the menu item ‘Device list’. The CDR-30
‘Trusted’ to ‘Yes’. The CDR-30 is now authorized on
is now visible to external devices.
your BlackBerry ®. The next time the car is started,
BlackBerry®
it will be automatically connected with the CDR-30.
4. Select the menu item ‘Applications/Options/
Bluetooth®’.
5. Press the trackball and select ‘Full menu/Add device’.
The BlackBerry ® now starts to search for visible
Bluetooth® devices.
6. Select ‘CDR-30’ from the search list on the
BlackBerry ®. A connection request now appears
on the CDR-30; you must confirm this request.
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3. Pairing instructions for the CDR-30
3. Pairing instructions for an iPhone® with the CDR-30
Requirements for the CDR-30
CDR-30
– The CDR-30 is not connected with a mobile phone.
6. A number row is displayed on the CDR-30; enter a
4-digit Bluetooth® code and confirm with ‘OK’.
Pressing the ‘PHONE’ button displays the message
‘Telephone not available’.
iPhone®
Requirements for the iPhone®
7. A numerical field is displayed on the iPhone ®; enter
– The Bluetooth® function must be switched on. The
the same Bluetooth® code in this field and confirm
Bluetooth function on the iPhone is switched on in
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with ‘Connect’. Pairing is now complete.
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the Bluetooth settings menu. You can access this
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Note: The user has 30 seconds to enter the code. If
menu via ‘Settings/General/Bluetooth®’.
– A n icon in the status area indicates that the Bluetooth®
function is switched on.
pairing is not completed within this time, it may be
necessary to repeat the process. To do this, select
‘CDR-30’ from the search list again.
Note: The Bluetooth function on the iPhone is
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8. The iPhone ® now automatically establishes a
configured in such a way that a device search is
normally started by the iPhone itself. For the
Bluetooth® connection with the CDR-30.
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iPhone® to be able to find the CDR-30, it must be
9. Your iPhone® is now connected with the CDR-30.
set to visible mode.
The next time the car is started, it will be
­automatically connected with the CDR-30.
Pairing process
CDR-30
1. Press ‘PHONE’ button.
2. Press ‘SET’ button.
3. Select the menu item ‘Device list’. The CDR-30
is now visible to external devices.
iPhone®
4. Select the menu item ‘Settings/General/Bluetooth®’.
The iPhone® now starts to search for visible Bluetooth® devices.
5. Select ‘CDR-30’ from the search list on the iPhone ®.
A connection request now appears on the CDR-30;
you must confirm this request.
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4. Pairing instructions for the PCM
4. Pairing instructions for Bluetooth® mobile phones with the PCM
Requirements for the PCM
Note for BlackBerry®: During the search by the
– The Bluetooth® function of the PCM is switched on
PCM, a prompt to enter a ‘Passkey for PCM’ appears
and the PCM is not connected with a mobile phone.
on the BlackBerry ®. You can ignore this prompt or
Pressing the ‘PHONE’ button displays the message
cancel it using the mobile phone’s Back button (see
‘Find telephone’.
instructions for registering iPhone ® on the PCM).
Requirements for the mobile phone
3. Select the phone you want from the search list
– The Bluetooth function must be switched on.
on the PCM. You are now prompted to enter
– The mobile phone must be visible to other devices.
a Bluetooth® code specified by the PCM on the
®
These two settings are normally found in the Bluetooth®
phone. Enter the correct code on the mobile
settings on the mobile phone.
phone to complete the pairing process.
Note: Some mobile phones can only be made visible
Note: The user has 30 seconds to enter the code.
for a limited period of time (e.g. 1 minute).
If pairing is not completed within this time, it may
If pairing is not completed within this time, it may
be necessary to repeat the process.
be necessary to repeat the process.
Note for iPhone®: The iPhone® is only visible when
Mobile phone
you are in the Bluetooth settings menu. You can
4. After pairing, the PCM attempts to connect with the
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access this menu on the iPhone® via ‘Settings/
phone. On some phones, it is necessary to confirm
General/Bluetooth ’ (see instructions for registering
the connection by pressing a button on the handset.
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iPhone on the PCM).
5. On some phones, when connection is established
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transfer of the phone book must also be confirmed on
Pairing process
PCM
the phone. We recommend always allowing the PCM
access if this option is available on the phone.
1. Press ‘PHONE’ button.
Note: In most cases, a paired phone will be automa-
2. Select the ‘Find telephone’ menu item and, where
applicable, on the next screen select the menu point
tically found and connected whenever the car is
‘New mobile phone’. A search is performed for
started. In some cases (e.g. Nokia N and E series),
available, previously unknown Bluetooth phones.
however, it is necessary to authorize the PCM in the
At the end of the search, the devices found are
device list of the mobile phone.
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displayed in a list.
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4. Pairing instructions for the PCM
4. Pairing instructions for BlackBerry® devices with the PCM
Requirements for the PCM
– The Bluetooth function of the PCM is switched on and
®
Pairing process
PCM
the PCM is not connected with a mobile phone.
1. Press ‘PHONE’ button.
Pressing the ‘PHONE’ button displays the message
2. Select the ‘Find telephone’ menu item and, where
applicable, on the next screen select the menu
‘Find telephone’.
point ‘New mobile phone’. A search is performed for
Requirements for the BlackBerry®
available, previously unknown Bluetooth® phones.
– The Bluetooth function must be switched on. You can
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switch on the Bluetooth function on the BlackBerry
®
At the end of the search, the devices found are
displayed in a list.
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via ‘Applications/Options/Bluetooth /Enable Bluetooth ’.
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An icon in the status area indicates that the Bluetooth®
Note: During the search by the PCM, a prompt
function is switched on.
to enter a ‘Passkey for PCM’ appears on the
– The BlackBerry must be ‘Discoverable’ for other
BlackBerry ®. You can ignore this prompt or cancel
®
devices. You can find this setting on the BlackBerry ®
it using the mobile phone’s Back button.
under ‘Applications/Options/Bluetooth®/Connected
devices/Full menu/Options’. The ‘Discoverable’ setting
3. Select the phone you want from the search list on
the PCM. You are now prompted to enter a Bluetooth®
must be set to ‘Yes’.
code specified by the PCM on the phone. Enter
– Automatic transfer of the phone book from the
BlackBerry ® to the PCM can be configured by setting
the correct code and confirm with ‘OK ( )’ on the
‘Address book transfer’ to ‘All entries’. You can find
BlackBerry ® to complete the pairing process.
this setting on the BlackBerry ® under ‘Applications/
Options/Bluetooth®/Connected devices/Full menu/
Note: The user has 30 seconds to enter the code.
Options’.
If pairing is not completed within this time,
it may be necessary to repeat the process.
4. A window now appears on the BlackBerry ® asking
whether the connection with the PCM should
be accepted. Answer this question with ‘Yes’ and
confirm the item ‘Do not ask this question again’ by
setting a check. The PCM is now authorized on the
BlackBerry ®. The BlackBerry ® will be automatically
found and connected whenever the car is started.
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4. Pairing instructions for the PCM
4. Pairing instructions for iPhone® with the PCM
Requirements for the PCM
PCM
– The PCM must be visible to other devices. For this,
4. A number pad is displayed on the PCM; enter a
4-digit Bluetooth® code and confirm with ‘OK’.
the appropriate setting must be entered under
‘PHONE/OPTION/SET PHONE/Bluetooth Settings’.
®
iPhone®
– The Bluetooth® function of the PCM is switched on
5. A numerical field is displayed on the iPhone®; enter
and the PCM is not connected with a mobile phone.
Pressing the ‘PHONE’ button displays the message
the same Bluetooth® code in this field and confirm
‘Find telephone’. This should not be pressed here.
with ‘Connect’. Pairing is now complete.
Requirements for the iPhone®
Note: The user has 30 seconds to enter the code.
– The Bluetooth® function must be switched on. The
If pairing is not completed within this time, it may
Bluetooth function on the iPhone is switched on
be necessary to repeat the process. To do this,
in the Bluetooth settings menu. You can access
again select the ‘PCM’ from the device list on the
this menu via ‘Settings/General/Bluetooth ’.
iPhone®.
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– A n icon in the status area indicates that the
6. The iPhone ® now automatically establishes a
Bluetooth® function is switched on.
Bluetooth® connection with the PCM.
Note: The Bluetooth® function on the iPhone® is
7. Your iPhone ® is now connected with the PCM. The
configured in such a way that a device search is
next time the car is started, it will be automatically
normally started by the iPhone .
connected with the PCM.
®
Pairing process
PCM
1. Press ‘PHONE’ button. The PCM is now visible
to external devices.
iPhone®
2. Select the menu item ‘Settings/General/Bluetooth®’.
The iPhone® now starts to search for visible
Bluetooth® devices.
3. Select ‘PCM’ from the search list on the iPhone ®.
A connection request now appears on the PCM;
you must confirm this request.
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5. Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
5. Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
[2] Frequently asked questions about the Bluetooth®
List of contents
hands-free phone interface
[1] Frequently
asked questions about Bluetooth®
[2] Frequently asked questions about the Bluetooth®
Can I also use the Bluetooth® hands-free phone
interface without a Bluetooth® compatible mobile
phone?
hands-free phone interface
[3] F requently asked questions about using the
CDR-30 with Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface
[4] F requently asked questions about using the
PCM with Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface
[5] Frequently asked questions about using trans­
ferring of phone book entries and call lists –
Bluetooth® Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP)
No, this is not possible.
Can I use the Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface
with any Bluetooth® mobile phone?
The basic requirement for compatibility of your mobile
phone with the Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface is
the support of the Bluetooth® Hands-Free Profile (HFP).
[1] F requently asked questions about Bluetooth®
You will find an overview of telephone models that
What is Bluetooth ?
Porsche has tested for compatibility with the Bluetooth®
Bluetooth® is an industrial standard for the wireless
hands-free phone interface in the mobile phone compati-
networking of electronic devices over a short range
bility list at www.porsche.com. Even if you cannot find
up to approximately 33 feet (10 meters). It allows mobile
your mobile phone in the list, it may still offer limited
electronic devices such as mobile phones and PDAs,
compatibility with the Bluetooth® hands-free phone
but also computers and peripherals, e.g. keyboards,
interface.
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to communicate wirelessly with each other, with
Bluetooth® as the interface.
Why do mobile phones differ in terms of their
operation or functions?
When will Bluetooth® technology be available in my
favorite model?
The implementation of the Bluetooth® standard tends to
vary among manufacturers, on individual phone models,
Bluetooth® technology is supplied in all sportscar
and even in the different firmware versions for the same
models. To connect your mobile phone to the Bluetooth
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phone. As a result, your mobile phone’s behavior when
system, you will use the Bluetooth hands-free phone
used in the car may differ from that of other mobile
interface.
phones and you may not be able to use all the options
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provided by your CDR-30/PCM with Bluetooth® handsfree phone interface. You can find information on the
range of functions available on the devices recommended by Porsche in the mobile phone compatibility list at
www.porsche.com.
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5. Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Why is a mobile phone’s firmware so important?
offer new functions, but also correct bugs from old
What can I do if I can’t pair or connect my mobile
phone despite the Bluetooth® function and visibility
being enabled?
firmware versions. You should therefore make sure that
There may be a number of reasons for this:
the firmware on your phone is as up-to-date as possible.
1. On some telephone models, each connection request
New mobile phone firmware versions frequently not only
It is, however, possible that individual functions may
by the car must be confirmed by pressing a button. If
behave differently with a new firmware version than before.
this confirmation is not provided, the connection will
not be established. This confirmation request each
What do I need to do to connect my phone
with the car?
time the ignition is switched on can be avoided by
Before the phone can be connected with the car, it
device list. This device list is found under the
requires a one-time ‘pairing’ process that protects the
Bluetooth® settings on most phones.
authorizing the PCM/CDR-30 in the mobile phone’s
2. There are situations where the mobile phone will not
security of the device. You will find information on this
pairing process in the operating instructions or at
allow a connection because of an erratic condition.
www.porsche.com.
Often the only way to correct this condition is to
switch the phone off and on again or to briefly remove
If there is a Bluetooth mobile phone paired with the
the battery.
®
car, the phone will be automatically searched for and
3. It can happen that a mobile phone does not appear in
connected each time the ignition is switched on. It is
the PCM’s search list due to unfavorable external
important for both pairing and operation that the
conditions. In this case, you can also start the pairing
Bluetooth function is enabled on both the telephone and
process from the mobile phone. Make sure that the
the car. Bluetooth visibility must additionally be enabled
Bluetooth® function is enabled on the phone and on
on the phone for the pairing process. If pairing is
the PCM/CDR-30. Also make sure that the PCM/
initiated by the mobile phone, CDR-30/PCM visibility
CDR-30 is in the Bluetooth® device list, since the
must be enabled. For this, the corresponding setting in
mobile phone will be able to ‘see’ it there.
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Bluetooth Settings under ‘PHONE/OPTION/SET PHONE’
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4. It can happen in very rare cases that the pairing
must be activated (PCM only) and the CDR-30/PCM must
information is lost on one side or the other and the
be shown in the Bluetooth devices list.
devices are thus unable to establish a connection. In
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this case, delete the remaining entry on the phone or
Can I disable my mobile phone’s visibility after the
pairing process?
in the car and repeat the pairing process.
5. Some phone models allow the user to mark the
Yes. Visibility is only required for pairing, which only
Bluetooth® profiles supported. Here too, any loss of
needs to be done once before the first connection. Once
profile markings may prevent a connection from being
you have paired your mobile phone with the car, subse-
established.
quent connections will be established even if visibility is
disabled. Visibility can be enabled and disabled under
Can I pair a second phone with the car?
‘PHONE/OPTION/SET PHONE/Bluetooth Settings’.
Yes. Before pairing a second Bluetooth® phone,
®
however, you should terminate the connection with
your first device. One way of doing this is to disable
the Bluetooth® function on the first device for the
duration of pairing with the second one.
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5. Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
[3] F requently asked questions about using the
What happens if there is more than one Bluetooth®
phone in the car at the same time?
CDR-30 with Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface
The Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface can only be
these devices. When the system is switched on, it
Which functions are supported when connecting via
the Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface with the
CDR-30?
automatically searches for the last connected mobile
Since the range of functions varies greatly between
phone. If it does not find this device within 15 seconds,
different mobile phones, please refer to the applicable
the system then searches for the other paired phones.
details for your vehicle equipment and mobile phone in
connected with one phone. You can, however, pair up to
five devices in the car and then actively switch between
the mobile phone compatibility list at www.porsche.com.
Can I send text messages using the Bluetooth®
hands-free phone interface?
The Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface in the CDR-30
No. The Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface does not
supports the following functions in principle:
support text messaging.
– Pairing a mobile phone with search from the car or
Where can I find more information about the
pairing process and operation of the Bluetooth®
hands-free phone interface?
– Automatically connecting a paired device after system
You can find more details about the operation of the
– Basic phone functions (making, receiving and ending
phone.
startup.
Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface in the operating
calls).
instructions for the PCM/CDR-30. You can also
– Hands-free capability via the in-car audio system.
find more information about the pairing process at
– Status displays such as network name and signal
www.porsche.com.
quality.
– Sending DTMF tones.
Who can I contact when having problems with
Bluetooth® phones?
You will find explanations of these terms in the glossary.
If you have any questions about your mobile phone,
please contact the dealer or mobile phone provider
where you purchased the device. The conditions of the
respective phone manufacturer apply exclusively.
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5. Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
[4] Frequently asked questions about using the PCM
Why can’t I set the ringtone in the PCM?
with Bluetooth hands-free phone interface
This setting is disabled for all phone models that can
®
transfer their ringtone to the PCM via Bluetooth®. The
Which functions are supported when connecting via
the Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface with the
PCM?
PCM then rings with the mobile phone’s ringtone. The
ringtone cannot be set on the PCM in this case; it must
be set on the phone.
Since the range of functions supported with Bluetooth ®
varies greatly between different mobile phones, please
Why doesn’t my PCM ring when a call comes in?
refer to the applicable details for your vehicle equipment
This can happen if you are using a phone that transfers
and mobile phone in the mobile phone compatibility list
its ringtone to the PCM via Bluetooth®. If your phone
at www.porsche.com.
is set to ‘Silent’ or for example ‘Meeting’, neither your
phone nor the PCM will ring.
The Bluetooth hands-free phone interface in the PCM
®
supports the following functions in principle:
– Pairing a mobile phone with search from the car or
phone.
– Automatically connecting a paired device after system
startup.
– Basic phone functions (making, receiving and ending
calls).
– Hands-free capability via the in-car audio system.
– Status displays such as network name and signal
quality.
– Manual transfer of phone book contacts from the
mobile phone.
– Transferring call lists from the mobile phone
– Sending DTMF tones.
– Starting and ending a second call, call transfer and
conference call.
You will find explanations of these terms in the glossary.
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5. Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
[5] Frequently asked questions about using trans­
Why is my phone book not displayed correctly in my car?
ferring of phone book entries and call lists –
Bluetooth® Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP)
Transfer and display of your phone book contacts
by the PCM depends on your individual mobile phone.
Can I access the phone book contacts and call lists
stored on my mobile phone from the CDR-30?
Please note the following points:
1. The PCM only shows entries containing at least one
In principle, the CDR-30 does not support automatic
telephone number.
transfer of phone book contacts and call lists from the
2. The maximum number of phone numbers shown in
mobile phone. However, you can transfer individual
your car is limited to 2,500 in cars with PCM. A
entries or the complete list of phone book contacts in
maximum of 100 entries can then be stored manually
your mobile phone to your CDR-30 manually. Activate the
in the CDR-30.
download process in the CDR-30, select the desired
3. Some mobile phones sort the phone book contacts as
entries on your phone and transfer them via Bluetooth .
‘first name, last name’, and some as ‘last name, first
However, this transfer option is not supported by all
name‘. As a result, the phone book listing in your PCM
telephone models.
may differ from that in your mobile phone. You can
®
change this by going to ‘PHONE/OPTION/SET
Can I access the phone book contacts and call lists
stored on my mobile phone from the PCM?
PHONE/Phone book Settings/Sort’, which will often
solve the problem.
Access to the phone book contacts and call lists of a
4. Some types of phone only transfer one number per
mobile phone is dependent on the range of functions
name. In these cases, information about the type of
offered by the phone. Some models, for example, do not
number is frequently also missing.
transfer phone book contacts stored on the SIM card to
the PCM, and in some cases no access is possible to
5. Some mobile phones also have problems in transferring data when special characters are used.
phone book contacts stored on the phone itself. Other
6. Some entries may be duplicated in the PCM if they are
phones may transfer this information but provide only
stored on both the SIM card and the phone itself (the
one phone number per name.
phone books of many mobile phones do not show SIM
cards). In this case you can hide the SIM card entries
Another possibility is that the user must confirm the
by selecting ‘PHONE/OPTION/SET PHONE/Phone
PCM’s request by pressing a key on the telephone. If this
book Settings/Phone book Memory’.
confirmation is not provided, neither phone book
7. The phone book in the PCM may be empty if your
contacts nor call lists are transferred. This confirmation
mobile phone has confirmed a data transfer without
must be repeated each time the ignition is switched on.
sending any data. To repeat the phone book transfer
You can avoid it, however, by authorizing the PCM in
process, select the function ‘PHONE/OPTION/SET
the mobile phone’s device list. This device list is found
PHONE/Phone book Settings/Transfer phone book’.
under the Bluetooth® settings on most phones.
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5. Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
What is the maximum number of phone book entries
that I can transfer to the PCM?
How many entries from my mobile phone call lists can
be transferred to the PCM?
The PCM’s phone book memory can store up to a
The PCM can accept a maximum of 60 entries per call
maximum of 2,500 telephone numbers. If an entry
list. Calls from or to the same telephone number are
contains several numbers, the total number of phone
always treated as a single entry.
book entries which can be stored is lowered accordingly.
Why do some call list entries show the time of calling
and some not?
If the phone book of the mobile phone holds more than
2,500 numbers, the PCM displays only the first 2,500.
Transfer of call times is not supported by all mobile
What is the maximum number of phone book entries
that I can transfer to the CDR-30?
phones. If this information is missing, the call is transfer-
The phone book memory of the CDR-30 can hold a
PCM list without a time. The sequence of calls is
maximum of 100 entries, each with 5 phone numbers.
determined by the order in which they are transferred
If the number of entries transferred from the phone is
from the mobile phone. If a call comes in while you are
greater than 100, the CDR-30 will not store all the entries.
driving, it is marked with the current PCM time and
red from the mobile phone’s call list and shown in the
shown at the top of the PCM’s call list.
Can I edit or add to the entries in my phone book
when I am in my car?
No. You must edit the entries in the telephone itself.
However, after changing your phone book you can select
the function ‘Transfer phone book’ to transfer the phone
book to your car for immediate use.
Can I stop the automatic transfer of my phone book
data to the PCM?
Yes. The phone book and call lists are only transferred
when the ‘Auto Update’ box is checked in the menu item
‘PHONE/OPTION/SET PHONE/Phone book Settings’. Use
the function ‘Delete phone book’ to remove stored phone
book data from the PCM.
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6. Glossary
6. Glossary
Authorization
Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface
For automatic establishment of a Bluetooth® connection
The Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface in combina­
to be possible, the device requesting the connection
tion with CDR-30 or PCM is a typical Bluetooth® hands-
must be authorized on the opposite side. This authoriza-
free system based on the Bluetooth® Hands-Free Profile
tion is performed automatically on some phones, while
(HFP). The Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface
on others it must be performed explicitly by the user in
supports the following functions in principle:
the Bluetooth® device list.
– Pairing a mobile phone with search from the car or the
Auto-Connect
phone
If two devices have been registered or ‘paired’ with each
other, i.e. authorized to exchange data, either device can
be configured to automatically transmit a connection
– Automatically connecting a paired device after system
startup
– Basic phone functions (making, receiving and ending
request that is automatically answered by the other
calls)
device. It is therefore possible for a Bluetooth mobile
– Hands-free capability via the in-car audio system
phone to be connected automatically every time the car
– Status displays such as network name and signal
®
is started. In order for the mobile phone to accept a
strength
request from the in-car system, the system must be
authorized in the device list on the mobile phone.
Since the range of functions supported varies greatly
between different mobile phones, please refer to the
Bluetooth
applicable details for your vehicle equipment and
Bluetooth is an industrial standard for the wireless
mobile phone in the mobile phone compatibility list at
networking of electronic devices over a short range up
www.porsche.com.
®
®
to approximately 33 feet (10 meters). It allows mobile
electronic devices such as mobile phones and PDAs,
Bluetooth® Hands-Free Profile (HFP)
but also computers and peripherals, e.g. keyboards, to
The Bluetooth® Hands-Free Profile (HFP) enables an
communicate wirelessly with each other with Bluetooth®
existing in-car audio system to be used as a hands-free
as the interface.
facility for a compatible mobile phone. It also enables
the user to access phone functions via existing vehicle
controls. The Bluetooth® Hands-Free Profile (HFP) is
supported by the Bluetooth® hands-free phone interface.
Typical functions include making, receiving and ending
calls, as well as setting up and terminating the handsfree audio connection. The Bluetooth® Hands-Free Profile
(HFP) defines how the phone is controlled and how audio
data is transferred. The implementation of the Bluetooth®
Hands-Free Profile (HFP) tends to vary among manufac­
turers, on individual phone models, and even in the
different firmware versions for the same phone. As a
result, two phones can have different levels of functio­
nality even though both are nominally HFP-compatible.
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6. Glossary
Bluetooth® Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP)
Register state
Bluetooth Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) transfers
The register state refers to the current status of the
phone book content and phone lists from mobile phones
connection with a mobile phone network. The network
after setting up a Bluetooth connection between the
name is displayed if the phone is currently connected
PCM/CDR and the mobile phone. However, transmission
with a mobile network (if the phone transfers this
®
®
of phone content is always dependent on the type of
information). Other possible states include ‘network
phone involved; in some cases parts of the phone book
search’ or ‘registration failed’.
(e.g. SIM card entries) are not transmitted because they
are not recognised by the phone. Phone Book Access
Registration – Pairing
Profile (PBAP) is only supported by newer telephone
Before two Bluetooth® enabled devices can be connec-
models.
ted, they require a one-off registration or ‘pairing’
process that will protect the security of each device. To
Bluetooth Search – Inquiry
begin this process, one of the devices is set to search
The one-off registration of two devices requires a search
for other visible Bluetooth® devices within range. A list of
(inquiry) to be initiated by one side, the purpose of which
visible devices is then displayed (device class permit-
is to identify potential Bluetooth partners. Once the
ting). After the required device has been selected, it is
devices are registered, the connection is established
necessary to enter the same numerical code or ‘pass-
from then on via a direct connection request rather than
key’ into both devices. If the pairing is successful, the
a search.
devices will now be authorized to exchange data (either
®
®
system or user data, e.g. voice, audio or video) unless
Call transfer/conferencing
the pairing is deleted on either device.
During an active call, the user has the option of accepting a further incoming call and then swapping between
Signal strength
the two calls (transfer). The user can also connect the
Signal strength is an indicator of the general reception
2 calls into a three-way conference. These functions
quality on the mobile phone at any given location. It does
are supported by many mobile phones. Whether or not
not correspond to the actual sound quality experienced
these functions can be controlled by the PCM depends
on a call as the individual voice channels on a mobile
on the mobile phone’s range of Bluetooth® functions.
network cell can vary considerably in quality. The signal
The CDR-30 does not support these functions.
strength is displayed on the PCM/CDR-30 whenever
the phone is connected to a network cell, provided the
DTMF
telephone transmits this information.
DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency) is a method of
telephone signalling in which the user can transmit tones
SIM card
from the keypad while making a call, e.g. to operate a
A SIM card (SIM – Subscriber Identity Module) is a
voice mailbox or telephone menu system.
mandatory requirement to gain access to a GSM
network. In addition to network-specific information used
In-band ringing
to authenticate the subscriber, a SIM card can be used
Some mobile phones are able to transfer their ringtone
to carry user data, e.g. phone book contacts and SMS
to the vehicle via Bluetooth®. When a call comes in, the
text messages. The card is PIN-protected to prevent
PCM then rings with the tone set on the phone rather
unauthorized access to this data.
than its own tone. In this case, the ringtone settings in
the PCM are not active. The ringtone can only be set via
the phone. The CDR-30 does not support this function.
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