lexus 2011 rx450 H can not connect audio, just phone.
I just purchased phone 2 days ago. Should I return it?
I have a 2013 Nissan Maxima and I just got a Note 9 o. Friday and I had a problem getting the Media to connect via bluetooth. My car gave me and error saying the Audio was not setup. I went to setting on my car, then to Bluetooth, then to Connected devices, then Audio player and chose my phone. I know your car is a different t brand but it may have a similar menu option. I hope this helps!🤗
Baseband N960USQU1ARJ8 Galaxy Note 9 was pairing fine with my 2013 Ford Fusion Energi just fine for the first couple of months I've had the phone. In the last two days it will only connect with SYNC for calls and will not connect to my phone for music. And then it only stays connected for a few minutes for the calls before it disconnects itself. Why is this just now happening? I updated all software on phone from T-Mobile last night so that isn't the problem. I use my Bluetooth to play all my music and use my bluetooth for hands free calls.
Phone automatically syncs with blue tooth speaker in the house and to my wireless headphones without a problem.
When connected to your car on bluetooth, on your phone click on your car name to go into settings for that connection and there should be a choice that says " use for call and media". Click it and switch it to on. Sometimes my phone does this, and it doesn't connect for calls, and I usuall turn my bluetooth off and back on, and if it still doesn't connect for media, I do want I mentioned above.
I went to T-Mobile twice. They sat in my car and tried to fix this. No luck.
Finally, after three months of waiting for Samsung to do something, I began to tweet. When Samsung tweeted an ad for the Note 9, I wrote the first reply to say that Bluetooth was broken. That worked: @SamsungSupport immediately contacted me via private Twitter message.
They sent me instructions:
0. The following will not delete any data, app installations, or configurations.
1. Turn off the phone
2. Press Volume Up, Bixby, and Power together
3. When Galaxy logo appears, release the Power key
4. When Android logo appears, release Volume and Bixby
5. An "Installing System Update" message will appear for 30-60 seconds
6. The Android System Recovery menu appears
7. Scroll down (with Volume down key) to "Wipe Cache Partition"
8. Press Power to select
9. Press Vol down to select Yes
10. Press Power to select
11. When cache wipe is done, "Reboot System" will appear.
12. Press Power key to select
13. Phone will restart
14. Go to your car.
15. Open the audio Bluetooth menu and unpair the Samsung phone (delete Samsung phone from system)
16. Pair the phone to your car
Now, I turn on Pandora music, go to my car, get in, and Pandora immediately starts playing on the car audio.
I thanked @SamsungSupport and deleted my complaint tweets.
Next bug: how to get the Note 9 to write NFC tags.