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I just got a 2009 Porsche Carrera S, and I am wanting to use bluetooth to use my phone through the car's system. I cannot seem to get it to work, and I have researched this and other forums, but the suggestions don't seem to work for me. If I initiate the connection from my iPhone4, the car will ask me to "accept". I click "accept" and then enter the bluetooth code on the car and then the phone. But, that is as far as I can get. The 2 will just not "pair".

I took it to the dealer and they said that the software is all up to date. They tried turning on/off the SIM module, but this did not help. They then told me that the car is not wired for bluetooth. What??? How can this be??? The car recognizes that the phone wants to connect to it, so doesn't it have to have bluetooth? I even tried it with my Blackberry, and the car recognizes that it is a Blackberry 9000 (although it still did not pair with the car). This tells me that it must have bluetooth. Is there some other option that the car needs to be equipped with for the phone to work on it?



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