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I'm having trouble connecting my Samsung Galaxy S6 to via bluetooth to my standard Toyota head-unit.
On the head-unit it says "This device is not supported" and on the phone it says "invalid PIN or passkey" but doesn't give you an option to put a passkey or PIN in.
Anyone come across this?
I have tried an iPhone and that connects with no issues. All other features are working.
The head-unit is out of a GT86 although I have put it into my 2006 Corolla.
This is the head-unit below
By Jake Nowakowski
My 2013 RAV 4 SD card seems to have been corrupted or wiped after a flat battery and battery change. The card is not readable when plugged in to a computer. The head unit display indicated that it was not able to read the SD card or program. Now it's asking for the pin code but is frozen on the code screen and does not allow any selections to be made. Please help!
I have a toyota aurion atx 09 model after 3 years of owning the vehicle, cds and listening to the radio just doesn't cut it for me anymore.
I've been reading all over the net about adapter kits. there's a few on eBay etc just unsure need more info. I'm looking to install an
auxiliary / ipod connection + charging/ and bluetooth for music play back* and hands-free calls.
to plug into the the back of the head unit..Pn 86120-06351.
I'm not very tech savy but I've already seen another members post on here Shane_85s aux mod. he makes an aux adapter from Jay car parts.
I don't want to upgrade the head unit either.
basically I wanted some info from others who have done the same thing.
here's some links of what I'm looking at just unsure.
Ive jumped on this site hoping someone can guide me step by step on how to connect my Samsung Galaxy phone to my car stereo via bluetooth so I can play my music from my music library or from spotify which i have on my phone.
Word of warning... u need patience! ! Lol
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