One of the main reasons why I bought a new vehicle is because I needed Bluetooth™ in my life. I spend way too many hours in the car to not have a safe way to make and receive calls. Along the way, I’ve learned that not everyone is familiar on how to sync their phones with their vehicle’s Bluetooth. My dad for one has no clue what-so-ever. I’ve shown him countless times but it just never sticks. I’m always the one who ends up fixing it for him – not to mention upgrade his phone so that it could properly work! With that being said I want to show you Five Steps to Properly Sync Your Phone to Your Car’s Bluetooth™ without having to look silly after leaving your Jeep dealer.
Be sure the car is in park:
Most cars won’t let you pair anything while driving. Even if you are the passenger, it won’t let you pair unless the car is in the parked position. Trust me, I know this for a fact.
Verify your phone’s Bluetooth is on and discoverable:
Go into your phone’s settings to make sure your Bluetooth is on. Some phones just have the Bluetooth symbol on it, make sure it’s highlighted
Get your car ready to pair:
This might be as easy as using a voice command to bring up the Bluetooth pairing system or you’ll have to search through the car’s system. I had to search through mine however, it was under the main settings that said “Pair phone”. Some vehicles just have the word Phone or Bluetooth.
Pair your car to your phone:
When you click on “Pair phone”, it makes the car discoverable on your phone. It will also bring up a password if it requires it. Mine required a password, most pairings do.
Verify your phone has accepted the pairing:
Once you’ve entered the password, the phone and your car will “pair” and that’s it you’re done! You are now able to speak without distractions and even listen to that 80’s playlist on your phone via the Media button. Drive on with your badself!