Official Infiniti Bluetooth and iPhone Compatibility Discussion

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  1. chris

    chris Administrator
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    I received a PM from an Infiniti G35 owner who has confirmed usability with the iPhone. He is able to make and receive calls, but has not been able to use address book. Feel free to chime in if you own an Infiniti.
     
  2. grandpamike

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    I will be getting the iPhone shortly, and have a 2006 M35X, and was wondering if it would pair with that as well ?



     
  3. mpeders1

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    2007 Infinit FX35 Bluetooth Compatibility

    I contacted Infiniti because I could not find any instructions on their web site to sync an iPhone with the cars bluetooth. The response I got from the Infiniti Bluetooth Information Center, was that the Apple iPhone was not compatible with the 2007 Infiniti FX. Does anyone know if syncing with the 2007 FX is possible, and if so how? If not, is there an aftermarket hands free car kit you can recommend?
     
  4. grandpamike

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    Try this URL:
    http://forums.freshalloy.com/showthread.php?t=171540&highlight=iPhone


     
  5. JMoney

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    iPhone and Infiniti's

    Hi Everyone! I'm new to iPhone (TODAY :laugh2:yes!) but I am a Sales Consultant and Product Specialist for Infiniti, To my knowledege you can sync both your address book and iPhone to any of the models. If you can't, stop in your local Dealership and ask service or sales. They SHOULD be happy to assist you. If you are in VEGAS, come see me AND I'll show you that G37 with 330hp as well! Good Luck

    PS: I'll try mine tomorrow in one of the '07 G35's and FX's and let you know.:cool:

     
  6. grandpamike

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    Thanks for the heads up. I was waiting for someone to pair it up with Infiniti as I have an 06 M35X, and I assume it will pair with that as well. So I guess I will get one today...


     
  7. mts1701

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    iPhone Bluetooth Answer Delay

    I have a 2007 Infiniti G35. The iPhone pairs great with the Handsfree Bluetooth (in fact it pairs automatically everytime I get in the car without any hassle). Making outgoing calls is great. In fact everything is great, EXCEPT there is a 5-10 second delay that happens while answering incomming calls.

    For example, the phone rings, I answer, and it seems for a second the bluetooth handsfree connection is established, so I say "hello", then WHAM it switches back to my radio (which at first made me think I was losing the connection).

    However I learned if I'm patient, the handfree operation will resume normally after a few seconds (5-8 seconds). Problem is... by the time the connection is established my callers have given up, or are left confused, and I have to tell them "Sorry... it's this **** iPhone!"

    I paired my car with 2 other phones without this problem. On my old phone, there was a feature on the handset that allowed me to disable the handset, while connected to a Bluetooth handsfree device.
     
  8. grandpamike

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    Thanks. Got the phone and it paired faster than my Samsung E-815. It seems like allof the Apple products I have tried work extremely well. Good design.

     
  9. JMoney

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    G35 and G37

    Have AT&T set your phone to ring longer so the Infiniti can pick it up.

     
  10. BostonMerlin

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    infiniti g37

    i picked up my infiniti g37 coupe yesterday and immediately hooked up my iPhone. bluetooth pairing works great, can make and receive calls and all of the iPhones music is shown on the nav screen. Unfortunately i could not get any of the iPhones address book info downloaded to the car. I tried intiating the download of those contacts from the both the car and from the phone.. neither worked.
     
  11. sj2kgrafx

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    Address Book Help?

    I have a 2006 FX35...how do i sync the address book with the car & iPhone
     
  12. c_jack_70

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    You don't. I have a 2008 G37 and the iPhone pairs fine but you can not sync the address book.
     
  13. mbhforum

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    I have a 2007 G35 WITHOUT NAV and the pairing process went smooth. However, I do experience that 5 second delay when an incoming call is received. If anyone has a work around, I would love to hear it.

    You cannot send over your contacts from your address book.
     
  14. SAReichel

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    Mine Works...

    I have a 2007 FX35 and paired the iPhone quite easily. Simply say "Set-up" then "Pair Phone" then "New Phone" The code is 1234. Good luck!
     
  15. mts1701

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    Followup

    I just thought I'd post back a little more info on this. It seems this problem only presents itself, when I use the phone controls of the car (on the steering wheel) to answer the call. If I use the iPhone itself, by pressing [Accept Call], and then pressing the Bluetooth audio source button on the iPhone, it connects instantly. This seems to suggest that when using the phone controls on the steering wheel to answer the phone, the iPhone is waiting several seconds before automatically transferring the call to the paired Bluetooth device. That's just a guess of course... but I think it's significant that my prior phone had the option to DISABLE HANDSET while connected to a Bluetooth hands free device (something the iPhone does not have). Seems if we had that option, this delay wouldn't be necessary?
     
  16. JACKIE

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    Help

    I HAVE A G35S 2007 INFINITI THAT I CAN NOT USE MY iPhone IN THE AUTO. IT STARTS OUT FINE BUT AFTER ABOUT 6 MONTHS THE STATIC IS TO MUCH AND NO ONE CAN HEAR. I TRIED A NEW iPhone AS THE INFINITI DEALER SAID IT WAS THE PHONE AND NOT THE AUTO. BUT AFTER ABOUT A MONTH THE SAME THING HAPPENED. I NOW HAVE A SECOND PHONE FOR IN THE CAR AS I AM NOT GIVING UP MY iPhone. HAS ANYONE HAD THE SAME PROBLEMS OR ANY IDEAS.








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  17. heman1145

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    Have you had any trouble with using you iPhone voicemail over bluetooth? Mine gives me no sound when I pair it.

    heman1145@aol.com
     
  18. heman1145

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    Have you had any trouble with using you iPhone voicemail over bluetooth? Mine gives me no sound when I pair it.

    heman1145@aol.com
     
  19. showguy

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    I have a 2006 g35x. Bluetooth pairs fine. I too can not get voice mail over the bluetooth
     
  20. edgarb

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    can you get the Pandora application to work

    I have a 2007 G35. I just downloaded the Pandora music application and am trying play the Pandora music selections through my car's stereo system. When I connect my iPhone to the port in the center console it only wants to use the phone as an iPod. Does anyone know how to get Pandora to play through their car stereo in their G35? Thanks
     

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