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Bluetooth Gateway for Volkswagen
User Manual
Welcome
Congratulations on purchasing a mObridge
Bluetooth Gateway for your VW. The mObridge
Bluetooth Gateway allows for full hands-free
phone control using the existing radio and
steering wheel controls in your VW vehicle.
2010 Fiberdyne Systems Pty Ltd
About this Manual
This manual contains important information and warnings on
using your mObridge Bluetooth for Volkswagen. Please read
this manual carefully to insure you are using the mObridge
kit correctly and utilising its many features.
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Contents
Getting Started 04
Operation: RNS-510 and RCD-510
17
Getting Started
04
Making a phone call from the phonebook
17
Supported Equipment
04
Dialing a telephone number
17
Features
05
Accepting an incoming call
18
Steering wheel controls
06
Rejecting an incoming call
18
Stalk Controls
07
Ending a telephone call
18
RNS-510 and RCD-510
08
Call Lists
18
Base Model Radios
08
Pairing your Bluetooth Phone
08
Software Updates
19
Connecting & Disconnecting the Phone 08
Troubleshooting
19
Voice Recognition
09
Warranty
20
Operation: Combi-instrument Display
10
Index 20
Menu Structure
10
Making a phone call from the phonebook
11
Dialing a telephone number
12
Accepting an incoming call
13
Rejecting an incoming call
13
Ending a telephone call
13
Sending DTMF tones
14
Call Lists
14
SMS
15
Bluetooth Device Control
16
Changing System Settings
16
Getting Started
Supported Equipment
The mObridge Bluetooth kit supports
the following equipment:
MFA+ (White) with multi-function
steering wheel
The white MFA+ has been introduced with
the new Golf VI and Passat CC. mObridge
Bluetooth for Volkswagen is fully compatible
with this system.
MFA+ (Color) with multi-function
steering wheel
The Touareg features a wider color cluster
display. mObridge Bluetooth for Volkswagen
is fully compatible with this system. Note
that the Touareg steering wheel features a
scroll wheel rather than individual up/down
buttons, however the operation is the same.
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MFA+ (Red) with multi function steering wheel
The Red MFA+ is being phased out in favor
of the White MFA+, however mObridge
Bluetooth is fully compatible with this system.
RNS-510 / RCD-510
Both of these touch-screen head-units provide
telephone functionality.
Vehicles without any of the above
It is possible to install a mObridge Bluetooth
without any of the above equipment. In this
case the mObridge Bluetooth will perform
like a basic hands-free system, with call
answer and hang-up using the stalk control,
and the ability to launch the voice-recognition
function of your phone.
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Features
The accessible mObridge features will differ depending on the equipment specification of your
vehicle. In a fully equipped Volkswagen, with MFA+ and RNS-510/RCD-510, all mObridge features
are available. In a base-model Volkswagen, only the basic hands-free features are accessible.
The following table shows the accessible phone features in your vehicle.
Features
MFA+
RNS-510/RCD-510
Yes
Yes
Lowline MFA with Stalk Controller
Full hands-free audio
with on-board DSP
Dial Numbers
Access your phone book
Answer Incoming Calls
Reject Incoming Calls
Hangup calls
Modify phone book
numbers before dialing
No
SMS
Launch phone’s voice recognition
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Steering Wheel Controls
Applies to vehicles: with multi-function steering wheel and MFA+ in the combi-instrument.
The mObridge Bluetooth kit can be controlled via the steering wheel controls in your vehicle.
An example of the steering wheel controls is found in the diagram below. Your controls may
differ slightly from shown, but the basic operation will remain the same. Using the steering wheel
controls, the telephone functionality is displayed on the MFA+ in the combi-instrument display.
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NOTES Steering wheel controls and vehicle display
may differ between Volkswagen models. This may
change the operation slightly of the mObridge
Bluetooth kit between vehicles.
Some steering wheels have a
back button
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which can be used to quickly go back to the previous
menu. If your steering wheel does not have a back
button you can still go back to the previous menu
using the <<Back menu option or a long-press of
the OK button.
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Stalk Controls
Applies to vehicles: with stalk controls
The mObridge Bluetooth kit can be controlled via the stalk controls in your vehicle (if equipped).
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Stalk Controls with MFA+
With an MFA+, the stalk controls allow the user to navigate the Telephone menu.
Press UP/DOWN to navigate the menu.
Pressing the OK button will enter a menu option.
Holding the OK button will go back out of a menu.
Exiting telephone mode can be achieved by holding UP.
Stalk Controls with lowline MFA
If you have a lowline MFA, then a double-click of the OK button is used to answer calls,
end calls, and launch the phone’s voice recognition.
When a call is ringing, double-click the OK button to answer it.
When a call is in progress, double-click the OK button to end it.
When no call is active, double-click the OK button to start your phone’s Voice
Recognition – provided your phone supports this option – refer to pg 09
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RNS-510 & RCD-510
Base Model Radios
Applies to vehicles: with RNS-510 or RCD-510
touch-screen head-units.
Applies to vehicles: without RNS-510 or RCD-510
touch-screen head-units.
In case the vehicle is also equipped with
the RNS-510 or RCD-510 head units, then
telephone functionality is also available
via the “PHONE” menu on these devices.
Volkswagen base-model radios (i.e. those
without a touch-screen display) are not
capable of controlling the telephone. In this
case the telephone must be operated only
using the display on the MFA+.
The functionality provided by mObridge is
identical to the factory telephone for the
RNS-510 and RCD-510. You can refer to the
respective user manual for your RNS-510 or
RCD-510 for further information.
During an active call, the radio will display
the text “PHONE” and the volume controls on
the radio will change the volume of the call.
Pairing your Bluetooth Phone
Applies to vehicles: All
To pair your Bluetooth phone with the
mObridge Bluetooth kit, you will need to
do the following:
accessed using the steering wheel or
the radio controls.
NOTES
01 Turn ignition on.
Please consult your phone’s user manual if you
have trouble searching for the mObridge device
from your phone.
02 Using the Bluetooth features of your
phone, perform a search for new devices.
A maximum of 5 Bluetooth devices can be paired
with mObridge Bluetooth at any time. If a 6th
device is paired with the system, the least used
pairing will be deleted from the mObridge Bluetooth.
03 Your Bluetooth phone should find a device
named “CAR BT”. Connect to this device.
04 When prompted for a passkey, enter 1234
which is the default passkey.
For some phones, you must manually allow the
phonebook synchronization to occur, by pressing
on the phone.
05 Your phone should now connect to
the mObridge kit where it can then be
Phone Not Connected Display
When no phone is connected
to the system, this will be
indicated on both the MFA+
and also the RNS-510/RCD
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Phone Connected Display
When a phone is connected,
both the MFA+ and RNS-510/
RCD-510 will display the
current phone name, signal
strength, and network
name – provided your phone
supports the sending of
this information over
Bluetooth.
PHONE
My Phone
Network Provider
Network Provider
My Phone
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Automatic connection & Disconnection
Now that the phone has been paired to
the system, it will connect and disconnect
automatically when ignition is turned on/off.
disconnect from any connected phone. If a
call is ongoing at this time it will transfer to
private mode on the handset.
When the key is inserted and ignition is on,
mObridge will begin searching for all paired
devices, beginning with the most recent one
connected. It will do this until a connection
has been made. When ignition is switched
off and the key is removed, mObridge will
NOTES
Some phones do not support automatic
connection – for these phones you will need to
manually connect to mObridge using the controls
on your phone.
Voice Recognition
If your phone has a voice recognition function,
and your phone supports this functionality
over Bluetooth, it is possible to launch
your phone’s voice recognition via the
vehicle controls.
Note that not all phones support this
functionality. Consult the manufacturer
of your phone for more information.
To launch the voice recognition of your phone:
01 Ensure that a phone that supports
this functionality is connected to the
mObridge device.
02 On vehicles equipped with steering wheel
controls, a long press of the
button
when not in a call will launch the voice
recognition.
03 On vehicles equipped with the stalk
control, a double-click of the OK button
when not in a call will launch the voice
recognition.
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V peration: Combi-instrument Display
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the combi-instrument
Menu Structure
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the combi-instrument.
Main Menu
The following menus are available in the Telephone menu on the combi-instrument.
When a phone is connected the entire menu is available.
Phonebook
Display the phonebook
See page 9
Dialed List
Display the last dialed numbers call list
See page12
Received List
Display the last received calls list
See page12
Missed List
Display the missed calls list
See page12
Dial Number
Dial a phone number
See page10
SMS
Display SMS messages
See page13
Bluetooth
Access Bluetooth settings
See page14
System | Version
Displays product version information.
System | Factory Reset
Reset mObridge Bluetooth to factory defaults.
System | Settings
Change System Settings
See page14
When no phone is connected, only the System and Settings menus are available.
PHONE
Main Menu
Phonebook
Dialed List
Received List
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Making a telephone call from the phonebook
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the combi-instrument
It is possible to dial a number from the
phonebook of the connected phone using
the steering wheel buttons.
PHONE
Phonebook
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Your Bluetooth phone must support phonebook
sync to use this feature.
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It may take a few minutes for your phonebook
to be available after connecting your phone,
depending on the size of your phonebook.
01 Enter Telephone Menu on the MFA+ using
the
and
buttons on the steering
wheel.
02 Press
03 Using the
button scroll down to
Phonebook. The phonebook menu will
appear. (see figure 06)
04 Press
to select the phonebook entry
you wish to dial.
05 If there is more than one phone number
associated with this entry, select the
number you wish to dial using the
and
buttons.
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to enter the telephone menu.
button or the
button to dial.
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If you have a large phonebook, you can scroll
through it quickly by holding down the
or
buttons. This will skip through the phonebook
by first letter.
You can edit a phone number before dialing by
selecting the “Edit and Dial” option before dialing.
The system will synchronize up to 1000 entries
from your phonebook. Each entry can have 4
phone numbers assigned to it.
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Dialing a telephone number
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the combi-instrument.
It is possible to dial any number from both
the steering wheel and RNS-510/RCD-510
if equipped.
Dialing a number using the steering
wheel controls
01 Enter Telephone Menu on the MFA+ using
the
and
buttons on the steering
wheel.
02 Press
PHONE
Dial Number
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[ 4]
333
to enter the telephone menu.
03 Using the
button scroll down and
select the Dial Number menu using
the
button.
04 Using the
and
buttons on the
steering wheel, select numbers you wish
to add to the phone number to dial by
pressing the
button. Select the [DEL]
menu entry to delete the last number.
05 Select the [DIAL] menu entry using the
button, or press the
button to dial
the number.
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Accepting
an incoming call
Rejecting
an incoming call
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the
combi-instrument.
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the
combi-instrument.
An incoming call will cause the radio to mute
and a ring tone to be audible. An incoming
call display will be displayed.
An incoming call can also be rejected. It
depends on your network provider as to what
this does, but usually the caller will go straight
to your voice mail.
Option 01
An incoming call can be accepted by a short
press on the
button on the steering wheel.
Option 02
An incoming call can be accepted by selecting
the Answer option from the incoming call
screen that is displayed on the MFA+.
Option 01
An incoming call can be rejected by a long
press (3 seconds) on the
button on the
steering wheel.
Option 02
An incoming call can be rejected by selecting
the Reject option from the incoming call
screen that is displayed on the MFA+.
Ending a telephone call
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the
combi-instrument.
Briefly press the
wheel.
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Sending DTMF tones
Call Lists
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the
combi-instrument.
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the
combi-instrument.
Pressing the number keys during a phone
call can be used to send DTMF tones. DTMF
Tones can be used to navigate Call Centre
and voicemail menus for example.
mObridge will synchronize the Last Dialed,
Missed, and Answered Call lists with your
phone. If a number is known from your
phonebook, then the caller name will be
displayed in addition to the number.
Sending DTMF tones using the steering
wheel controls:
01 When in a call, use the
and
buttons
on the steering wheel to display the active
call screen.
02 Use the
and
buttons to select the
Send DTMF menu, and press the
button
to select it and enter the DTMF menu.
03 Within the DTMF menu, use the
an
buttons on the steering wheel to
select numbers to send. When you are
done, you can use the <<Back menu option
to return to the previous screen.
Dialing a number from a Call List using
the steering wheel controls
01 Enter Telephone Menu on the MFA+ using
the
and
buttons on the steering
wheel.
02 Press
to enter the telephone menu.
03 Using the
button scroll down to Last
Dialed, Missed Calls, or Answered Calls
options, and press the
button to select.
04 Use the
button or the
button to dial
NOTES
Not all phones support the synchronization of
call lists over Bluetooth. For phones that do
not support this feature, only calls made while
the phone is connected to the vehicle will be
contained in the call lists.
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SMS
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the combi-instrument.
mObridge supports basic SMS functionality
such as Reading and Deleting. New SMS
messages will be flagged to the user.
SMS messages can only be accessed on the
MFA+ using the steering wheel controls –
the RNS-510 and RCD-510 do not have this
functionality.
Accessing the SMS menu
To enter the SMS menu on the MFA+:
01 Use the
and/or
buttons on the
steering wheel to enter the telephone
menu.
02 Press
to enter the main telephone menu.
03 Press the
button to scroll to SMS and
use the
button to enter the SMS menu.
Reading SMS
Use the
and
buttons on the steering
wheel, together with the
button to select
the SMS you would like to read.
When viewing SMS messages, press
to
access available options to delete the message,
place a call to the sender, or return to the
previous menu.
Unread SMS messages that are viewed are
marked as read on the phone.
Deleting SMS messages
Press
while viewing an SMS message, and
select Delete from the popup menu. You
will be asked to confirm before deletion.
Placing a call to the sender
Press
while viewing an SMS message,
and select Place Call from the popup menu.
Alternatively, press the [DIAL] button on the
steering wheel.
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NOTES
Not all phones support SMS over Bluetooth. For
phones that do not support this feature, this
functionality will not be available.
Extended SMS (greater than 160 characters) are
not fully supported, and will appear as multiple
SMS messages in the list.
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Bluetooth Device Control
Changing System Settings
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the
combi-instrument.
Applies to vehicles: with MFA+ in the
combi-instrument.
The MFA+ provides a Bluetooth menu that
allows for the control of Bluetooth devices
that the mObridge is paired with. You can
view the list of devices and delete individual
devices from the device list.
It is possible to change some of the system
settings of the mObridge system. Settings
are available in the System->Settings menu
on the MFA+.
Accessing the Bluetooth Menu using the
steering wheel controls.
and/or
buttons on the
01 Use the
steering wheel to enter the telephone
menu.
The settings can be changed even when no
phone is connected.
System Settings
Options
Mic Gain
01 - 15
Call Volume
01 - 15
03 Use the
button to scroll down and
select Bluetooth from the menu, and
select it with the
button.
Ring Volume
01 - 15
The Bluetooth menu shows a list of all
connected devices. Select a device and press
enter, and a sub-menu will appear with
various options.
Beep Volume
01 - 15
A2DP Volume
01 - 63
02 If the phone is connected, you will need
to press the
button to access the main
phone menu.
Deleting a Bluetooth Device
01 Access the Bluetooth menu using the
directions above.
Controls the volume of the microphone
audio from the mObridge system.
Volume level during a call.
Volume level of the internal ring.
This is used if your phone does not
send the ringtone via Bluetooth.
Volume level of prompt beeps.
Volume level of ringtones if your
phone sends them via A2DP (not
all phones provide this functionality).
Language
Sets the operating language.
02 Select a Bluetooth device, and use the
button to open the sub-menu.
03 Using the
button, scroll down to Delete
to delete the device.
04 A confirmation screen will appear.
Select Delete again and the device will
be deleted.
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Making a telephone call from the phonebook
Applies to vehicles: with RNS-510 or RCD-510 touch-screen head-units
01 Touch the Phonebook function key on the
lower-right of the screen to show the
phonebook menu. See Figure 09
02 In the phonebook menu, move the slider
in the scrollbar down to display additional
entries, or use the [SEARCH] function
key to select entry by typing the first
few letters of the name.
Search
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03 Touch a phonebook entry to dial the
number associated with it.
Dialing a telephone number
Applies to vehicles: with RNS-510 or RCD-510 touch-screen head-units
01 Touch the Keypad function key on the
lower-left of the screen to display the
dial number popup menu. See Figure 10
02 Dial the number you wish to dial using
the keypad.
03 Touch the [CALL] function key to dial
the number
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Accepting an incoming call
Applies to vehicles: with RNS-510 or RCD-510 touch-screen head-units
Touch the green [DIAL/ANSWER] key to answer
the call.
Rejecting an incoming call
Applies to vehicles: with RNS-510 or RCD-510 touch-screen head-units
Touch the red [HANGUP] key to reject the call.
Ending a telephone call
Applies to vehicles: with RNS-510 or RCD-510 touch-screen head-units
Press the red [HANGUP] button.
Call Lists
Applies to vehicles: with RNS-510 or RCD-510 touch-screen head-unitsits
01 Touch the [CALL LIST] function key at the
bottom of the telephone screen.
02 In the pop-up window that opens, select
the call list you would like to access.
03 In the call list, touch the number to dial it.
Network Provider
My Phone
RADIO
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Missed calls
Memory
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Dialed numbers
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Software Update Troubleshooting
Applies to vehicles: All
Applies to vehicles: All
From time to time mObridge will release
software updates for mObridge Bluetooth
for Volkswagen. These software updates will
provide support for new Bluetooth phones
as well as adding support for new vehicles.
Unable to pair a device
There is never any need to return the unit to
mObridge to update it.
This is important as it helps to future-proof
your investment.
Software updates can be performed in 2 ways:
You already have five devices paired to
mObridge. The system can only support
five paired devices so you must delete an
existing device.
Phone book not appearing
Your Bluetooth phone does not support
phonebook sync.
It may take several minutes for your phone
book to sync, especially with very large
phone books.
01 If your mObridge has an SD-card slot
equipped, insert an SD-card with the
new software into the SD-card slot to
automatically update the device.
Call lists not appearing or updating
02 If your mObridge has a micro-USB
connector, connect the mObridge to a
PC with the mObridge Update Wizard
installed.
SMS not appearing
In either case, the latest software together
with update instructions are available on
our website. www.mobridgeinc.com
Your phone does not support the
synchronization of phone lists.
Your Bluetooth phone does not support SMS.
SMS may take a minute or two to
synchronize with the phone.
Warranty
Your mObridge audio interface is warranted against any manufacturing defects for a period of
12 months from purchase. Any part of the mObridge audio interface may be replaced or repaired
at the discretion of the manufacturer after such part is deemed to have a manufacturing fault.
If you have any questions about your mObridge audio interface, please contact your local
service agent, whose details are attached to the back page of this user instruction manual.
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FCC information
Applies to US customers only
This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interface
by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver
Connect the equipment into an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help
WARNING:
Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by mObridge, Inc. could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
Index
Answered Calls List
Answering a Call
14, 18
13
via RNS-510/RCD-510
18
via Steering Wheel Buttons
13
via Stalk Controls
07
Bluetooth Devices
Making a Telephone Call
via RNS-510/RCD-510
via Steering Wheel Buttons
via Stalk Controls
17
11, 12
07
Missed Calls List
14, 18
Received Calls List
14, 18
Connecting
09
Deleting
16
Pairing
08
Steering Wheel Controls
06
Call Lists
18
Stalk Controls 07
DTMF
14
Volume Levels, Changing
16
20
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www.mobridgeinc.com
NORTH AMERICA
Address 3053 Fillmore St Unit 222 San Francisco California 94123
Phone 1-888-766-2743
Inquiries sales@mobridge-usa.com
ASIA-PACIFIC
Address 2/88 Northgate Drv Thomastown Melbourne VIC 3074
Phone +61 3 9013 9758
Inquiries sales@mobridge.com.au
EUROPE
Address Marconiweg 15 3899 BR Zeewolde The Netherlands
Phone +31 36 521 84 31
Inquiries sales@mobridge-eu.com
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