MMI Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard that allows different types of electronic devices to interact via short-range radio waves.
Because of the versatility of Bluetooth wireless technology, enabled devices do not share all of the same profiles.
The Audi phone preparation with Bluetooth system is compatible with Bluetooth-enabled phones that have a hands-free profile.
The standard allows a wide range of devices to communicate with each other, with minimal user effort.
Currently the Audi Phone Preparation with Bluetooth comes standard in the A6 and A8, and is optional in the A3, A4, and S4 in all body styles.
Your Audi vehicle may be equipped with a phone preparation utilizing Bluetooth® interface to enable hands-free functionality (compatible mobile phones sold separately). You will need a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone in order to utilize this function.
Not all Bluetooth enabled mobile phone models are compatible with Audi’s phone preparation. Visit our website or contact your local Audi dealer, for the latest listing of compatible phones.
Audi recommends the use of the Audi phone cradle (sold separately) with your mobile phone while operating this vehicle. A4 Models produced prior to July 2005 are not Bluetooth compatible.
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How does Bluetooth® work in my Audi?
When an Audi vehicle is equipped with a phone preparation utilizing a Bluetooth® interface, hands-free functionality is enabled (cell phones and cell phone subscription sold separately).
If you have an Audi phone cradle, all you have to do is insert the phone into the cradle and it will work with the car.
If you are instead using Bluetooth to connect with the Audi phone preparation, please follow the instructions in your phone manual in order to pair your phone with the Audi system.
The Audi cell phone preparation has the following features:
Using a Bluetooth connection or an Audi phone cradle, the Audi phone preparation will allow you to place and receive phone calls through the Audi MMI or through the voice control system.
In addition, cell phone book access and caller ID is available through the MMI and instrument cluster (not all phones support these features).
During a call, voice mail can be accessed using the MMI
Up to four different Bluetooth cell phones can be paired to the Audi cell phone preparation; however, only one phone can be connected actively at one time.
You will need a compatible mobile phone in order to utilize this function (see the downloadable PDF below).
Not all Bluetooth enabled mobile phone models are compatible with the Audi phone preparation.
Contact your local Audi dealer for the latest listing of compatible phones.
Audi recommends the use of the Audi phone cradle (sold separately) with your mobile phone while operating this vehicle, as it will better ensure that your cell phone will work in your Audi vehicle with full functionality.
Depending on the cell phone being used, different steps are necessary to pair the phone to the car using Bluetooth. Please read the Owner’s Manual of your cell phone and the Audi A6 Infotainment/MMI Operating Instructions for further details.
MMI Bluetooth Pairing
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