SEAT Bluetooth Compatability List

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  1. -JAMI3-

    -JAMI3- Full Member

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    Bluetooth allows wireless communication between mobile devices meaning you can wirelessly connect your phone to your car and operate it via the steering wheel controls or voice recognition - without taking your hands off the wheel! Taking lifestyle seriously also means keeping up with technologies that make our lives easier.

    The SEAT Bluetooth pack includes: Handsfree phone connection with steering wheel mounted controls and an MP3 compatible CD player.


    SEAT list of compatible mobile phones;


    Model - Bluetooth OK - Phone Book - Min Software

    Motorola
    E550 YES YES N/A
    V500 YES YES N/A
    V525 YES YES N/A
    V547 YES YES N/A
    V550 YES YES N/A
    V600 YES YES N/A
    V620 YES YES N/A
    V635 YES YES N/A
    V3 YES YES N/A
    V80 YES YES N/A

    Nokia
    3650 YES NO 3.10*
    6021 YES YES N/A
    6230 YES YES 5.24*
    6230I YES YES 3.40*
    6260 YES NO N/A
    6310 YES YES 5.01*
    6310i YES YES 7.00*
    6600 YES NO 4.09.1*
    6630 YES NO 3.45.7*
    6650 YES NO N/A
    6670 YES YES N/A
    6810 YES YES 3.3
    6820 YES YES 3.70*
    7280 YES YES N/A
    7600 YES YES 3.01
    7610 YES YES N/A
    8910i YES YES 3.01
    9500 YES NO N/A

    Panasonic
    X70 YES NO A31*

    Siemens
    S55 YES YES 16*
    S65 YES YES 50*
    SK65 YES YES 50*
    SP65 YES YES 50*
    SX1 YES NO N/A

    Sharp
    GX25 YES NO N/A
    TM200 YES NO N/A

    Sony Ericsson
    K700 YES YES R2A041
    K700i YES YES R2AL029*
    T68i YES YES R3A*
    T68m YES YES R2F004
    T610 YES YES R3A*
    T630 YES YES R4E & R6C*
    W800 YES YES N/A
    Z600 YES YES R6X*
    P910 YES YES R4X*
    P910i YES YES R4C001

    Using old software versions can bring about restrictions on correct functioning. Please ask for a software update at your mobile phone retailer. Ask for the version shown in the table or a newer version.

    Mobile phones not listed above may not function properly or at all with your vehicle's Bluetooth system.
     
  2. ibiza_95

    ibiza_95 1.8T MK2 Conversion

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    you need to only post in one section mate, mods will delete the posts otherwise ;)
     
  3. -JAMI3-

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    OK mate, just replying to a few threads, thought if I posted, would put alot of peoples mind at rest. Bluetooth is an easy option to sell - providing you have checked compatability etc, otherwise you going to have alot of upset people!
     
  4. Syphon

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    Jamie - do you have an up-to-date list you could post?

    Ta

    Scott
     
  5. Moley RUFC

    Moley RUFC Up in the Lickeys........

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    Yeah any chance of doing a new one to check if my Samsung D600 will work
     
  6. Greytop

    Greytop Leon FR-TDI 170

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    I can confirm that the Sony Ericsson K610i works
     
  7. Syphon

    Syphon SCN Admin

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    Top man - that's what I wanted to know. :)

    Scott
     
  8. ROBD--M15RPD

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    Help

    I have a problem with my nokia N80 it connects to my headunit then disconnects does that mean it aint compatiable. I have spoken to seat and they have no idea can anyone shed some light
     
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    Does anyone know if there will be any way in the future to update the Seat bluetooth system? For example as new phones are introduced, will they update the system to be compatible with the new models? I have just switched to a Nokia E61 and whilst it happily connects to the car to make and receive calls, the phone book does not appear on the dashboard (which it did with my old 6310i).
     
  10. MUFFIN

    MUFFIN ready 2 return ;o)

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    Noticed Samsung not on the list - Does anyone know if the D900/E900 work with this??
     
  11. Birdy

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    Am pretty sure the samsung works thats what phone the seat salesman used to show me the bluetooth in the demo car.
     
  12. treehugger

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    Hi

    You need to upgrade your N80 to the latest firmware, it will then connect properly and not drop every 30 seconds. It still doesn't help with the phone book problem though :-(

    HTH

    Tree Hugger
     
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    Looks like the dont like Nokia's N series phones.

    Fish
     
  15. Moley RUFC

    Moley RUFC Up in the Lickeys........

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    I'm sure the salesman at Droitwich Seat showed me it working with his Samsung D600 but thats not even on the list!:shrug:
     
  16. Pyranwolf

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    There's going to be a lot of unlisted that do, don't or are part successful or need firmware updates. So far I've used two HTC phones on it branded as the Orange SPV C500 & M3100. C500 (Typhoon) worked on voice commands nicely but didn't give access to the menu driven phonebook. M3100 (Hermes) works in all disciplines but has a few quirks to do with power modes and I think if it's left long enough the phone will stop responding (with a memory leak) and need a reset - may be firmware related.

    Edit: Memory leak was nothing to do with the phone firmware - found a dodgy application that was leaking the memory. Can now work for a prolonged amount of time. The power state issue may still be a firmware item though, but there are new firmwares on the way that may resolve that.
     
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    Apparently the SE K800i does great when you turn off power save as otherwise it device hunts and disconnects
     
  18. pargyrak

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    Qtek S200 works fine
     
  19. Moley RUFC

    Moley RUFC Up in the Lickeys........

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    Most Samsungs will work. The D600 def works
     
  20. Tam

    Tam Santa in disguise :)

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    Anyone tried any blackberry phones out??

    Do they work?
     

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