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06-26-2008 06:40 AM
08-21-2008 11:02 AM
I have got the same problem with a brand new Golf V.
After some "investigation" I can tell you the following:
Buy a headset.
The RNS 510 system has got Bluetooth Premium built-in which actually is a Nokia rSAP based carkit system.
In order for you to use your phone with the carkit you need a phone which is compatible with the rSAP protocol.
I have both a Blackberry 8820 and a HTC S710 and neither one of them can be used in my car.
It's a pitty because the RNS 510 has quite nice software for mobile phone control.
(It can even retrieve the entire phonebook)
I would even be glad if I could use it as a headset replacement; but pairing is done by the
Bluetooth Premium system as initiator instead of the phone.
(Seeking devices from your phone won't give you a "Car Bluetooth" device or so)
What can we do:
09-08-2008 03:16 PM
I tried to connect my Bold to my Passat tonight and it appears to connect fine (without the need for a PIN number either), BUT, it goes no further.
It tries to connect and initialise, but goes no further. It terminates the connection then re-establishes it.
Frustrating as I was hoping to only have one device ... but might have to resurrect the old 6310i to act as my car phone, and divert my BB to it.
Any thoughts / advise?
09-08-2008 03:29 PM
Currently the BOLD is the ONLY Blackberry I know of that supports the rSAP protocol.
According to the standard it should be supported by the RNS 510.
A few things you could do:
- Seek the config of the BB for something that looks like enabling the Remote Sim Access Protocol
this feature actually moves the telephone functions to the car telephone. (Yes there actually is a mobile phone in your RNS 510)
- Set a SIM PIN (perhaps you're blocked because of some security issues) if you haven't allready.
Unfortunately the standard is a Nokia standard and because the BOLD is for the rSAP
part probably still a bit in development you've got issues now.
Perhaps waiting for an upgrade of the BB BOLD will eventually help you out.
I''ve currently 'traded' my HTC for a Nokia (also the 6310i) which definately works like a charm...
I hope there will be an update for you soon and wish you luck bonding the devices.
Please put down a post when you are able to bind them successfully for it might help out other BB / VW users.
09-10-2008 06:06 AM
For me it worked without any problems.
These are my phone settings for bluetooth:
Menu -> Settings -> Connectivity -> Bluetooth
(Sub) - My phone's visibility Shown to all
- My phone's name Mobile
Menu -> Settings -> Phone settings
Confirm SIM service actions No
Menu -> Settings -> Security settings
Security level None
Pin code request Off (This is so the pincode isn't asked for by the RNS510)
Mind you that disabling the pin code request is some kind of 'security issue'
Should your phone get stolen the thief will be able to call with it.
Below is the output of my version check
In the RNS 510 you are able to select your contacts from your SIM / Phone Memory or both.
Hope this helps.
09-10-2008 09:47 AM
yours is a 6230i? That is probably why, your original post said 6310i ... there was me getting my hopes up. The only thing I could try is to get the cradle for the car, then use that, provided it works by a direct connection, rather than using bluetooth.
It would also allow me to connect my TomTom up ... I think I might "have" to call VW and ask them ....
09-10-2008 10:19 AM
well, I do also happen to have a 6230i on my desk, which now unlocked has a spare orange sim in it.
I will go down tonight and have a gander. I might just buy the cradle anyhow for the 6310i and use that, as apparently that doesn't use bluetooth, rather a wired connection which would be so much better!