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PAIRING YOUR CC9060
If you wish to establish a Bluetooth connection between your mobile and the HFCK for the first time, you have to activate the Bluetooth function of your mobile phone and search for Bluetooth® devices. In this case, search for a device labelled „CC 9060…". If several devices were identified, please select the HFCK and enter the PIN number „1234". The Bluetooth connection (pairing) will then be established between your mobile phone and the HFCK. It is possible that you will also have to click on ‘connect’ or ‘allow data transfer’ on your mobile phone if you want to be able to make a connection.
With a connection which has successfully been made, the name of the coupled mobile telephone and of the provider will be shown and the data from the telephone book (SIM card) and the address book (storage of the telephone) are transmitted to the HFCK. Depending on the amount of stored data, this can take a few seconds. If the synchronisation of the phone book is interrupted, e.g. though an incoming call, it is possible that all entries will not be transmitted. If this happens, the phone book should once again be manually synchronised.
The telephone book on your mobile phone is generally synchronised by the hands-free XXcar kit at regular intervals. For the duration of this short moment, the voice control will not be available to you and you will receive a corresponding message.
If it is not possible to establish a connection, please check and update the software release (firmware) of your mobile phone or of the HFCK. You will find an overview dealing with this subject on the Internet at www.bury.com.
In the internet you can find an overview with a large number of mobile telephones XXwhich have been tested with this hands-free car kit. Please note, however, the use of firmware which deviates from the list and is installed on a listed mobile telephone can lead to the fact that certain displays and functions are no longer possible or only possible to a limited extent.