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Hyundai Veloster: Connecting your unit and bluetooth phone - Audio system - Features of your vehicle - Hyundai Veloster 2010-2018 Owner's ManualHyundai Veloster: Connecting your unit and bluetooth phone

To connect using the unit settings (1)

1.Press 2.Touch [Bluetooth].on the control panel.

2.Touch [Bluetooth].

3.Touch [Search for Bluetooth devices]. If you want to cancel, touch [Cancel].

3.Touch [Search for Bluetooth devices]. If you want to cancel, touch [Cancel].

4.Touch a bluetooth phone you desire from the Bluetooth devices screen.

4.Touch a bluetooth phone you desire from the Bluetooth devices screen.

5.Input the passkey (Default: 0000) showed on the screen in your phone when the

5.Input the passkey (Default: 0000) showed on the screen in your phone when the pop-up screen is displayed on the screen. When it is successfully connected, the Bluetooth main screen appears on the screen. When it is not connected, the connection failure message appears on the screen.

To connect using the unit settings (2)

Understanding Bluetooth wireless technology
Bluetooth wireless technology establishes a wireless link between two devices, such as your phone and the unit. The first time you use two devices together you must connect them by establishing a ...

To connect using the unit settings (2)
1. Press on the control panel. 2. Press [Search for Bluetooth devices]. NOTE: If you touch on the control panel again after connected via Bluetooth wireless technology, the Bluetooth main scr ...

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