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When a Bluetooth® device (mobile phone) is connected to the vehicle's Bluetooth® unit via radio wave transmission, a call can be made or received by pressing the talk button, pick-up button, or hang-up button on the audio remote control switch, or by operating the center display. For example, even if a device (mobile phone) is in your coat pocket, a call can be made without taking the device (mobile phone) out and operating it directly.
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When a portable audio unit equipped with the Bluetooth® communication function is paired to the vehicle, you can listen to music stored on the paired portable audio device from the vehicle's speakers. It is not necessary to connect the portable audio device to the vehicle's external input terminal. After programming, operate the vehicle audio control panel to play/stop the audio.
For your safety, a device can be paired only when the vehicle is parked. If the vehicle starts to move, the pairing procedure will end. Park the vehicle in a safe place before pairing.
The communication range of a Bluetooth® equipped device is about 10 meters (32 ft) or less.
Basic audio operation is available using voice commands even if Bluetooth® is not connected.
For safety reasons, operation of the center display is disabled while the vehicle is being driven. However, items not displayed in gray can be operated using the commander switch while the vehicle is being driven.
Some Bluetooth® mobile devices are not compatible with the vehicle. Consult an Authorized Mazda Dealer, Mazda's call center or Web support center for information regarding Bluetooth® mobile device compatibility:
Center of Attention to Client (CAC)
Applicable Bluetooth® specification (Recommended)
Ver. 1.1/1.2/2.0 EDR/2.1 EDR/3.0 (conformity)