Bluetooth Baffling

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Does anyone know how to pair an iphone to a car? Mine was working and it stopped so I told the phone to forget my car (because they told me to start from beginning) does that mean my phone won't recognize that car? HELP!!!
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No. You have to just repair the two device again (your iphone and your car) using the same method you initially did it. Your car's owners manual will also tell you how to do it.
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I went to the dealership and they said it was my phone and to go to my provider.
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It wouldn't be your provider, it would be the manufacturer of the phone, Apple. Go to an Apple store and talk to someone. This issue isn't a Koodo network issue.

However, dealerships often just say stuff like that when they can't fix your problem or don't care about your problem. So I really would not take anything they said as absolute truth.
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Ahmad is correct, it was most likely the dealer just not wanting to deal with trying to pair a phone.

Usually in the vehicle you can go into the menu and just look for Bluetooth pairing or something along those lines. Then its pretty much the same steps on your phone, make sure they find each other and then when you pair them it usually asks for a code that will be displayed by the vehicle. If all is good you pretty much click ok and your good to go.

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