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Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual: Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls)

Chevrolet Spark Owners Manual / Infotainment System / Phone / Bluetooth (Infotainment Controls)

To use infotainment controls to access the menu system, see Overview on page 7-3.

Pairing

A Bluetooth-enabled cell phone must be paired to the Bluetooth system and then connected to the vehicle before it can be used. See your cell phone manufacturer's user guide for Bluetooth functions before pairing the cell phone. If a Bluetooth phone is not connected, calls will be made using OnStar Hands-Free Calling, if available. See OnStar Overview on page 14-1.

Pairing Information

When the Bluetooth device and infotainment system are successfully paired, the phone book is downloaded automatically.

However, the phone book may not be downloaded automatically according to the type of the phone.

In this case, proceed with the phone book download on the phone.

Pairing a Phone

When there is no paired device on the infotainment system and the Simple Secure Pairing (SSP) is supported:

  1. Press .

  2. Press telephone, then press
    Yes.
  3. Press Search Bluetooth Device.
  4. Press the desired device to pair on the searched list screen.
  5. Press Yes on the pop-up screen of the Bluetooth device and infotainment system.
  6. When the Bluetooth device and infotainment system are successfully paired, the telephone screen is displayed on the infotainment system.

Pairing a Phone

When a paired device is on the infotainment system and the SSP is supported:

  1. Press .

  2. Press settings.

  3. Press connection settings.
  4. Press bluetooth settings.
  5. Press pair device.
  6. Press Search Bluetooth Device.
  7. Press the desired device to pair on the searched list screen.
  8. Press Yes on the pop-up screen of the Bluetooth device and infotainment system.
  9. When the Bluetooth device and infotainment system are successfully paired,   is displayed on the pair
    device screen.

Pairing a Phone

When there is no paired device on the infotainment system and the SSP is not supported:

  1. Press .

  2. Press   telephone, then
    press Yes.
  3. Press Search Bluetooth Device.
  4. Press the desired device to pair on the searched list screen.
  5. Input the Personal Identification Number (PIN) code (default: 1234) to the Bluetooth device.

    When the Bluetooth device and infotainment system are successfully paired, the telephone screen is displayed on the infotainment system.

When the connection fails, a failure message is displayed on the infotainment system.

If a Bluetooth device was previously connected, the infotainment system executes the auto connection.

However, if the Bluetooth setting on the Bluetooth device is turned off, a failure message is displayed on the infotainment system.

Pairing a Phone

When a paired device is on the infotainment system and the SSP is not supported:

  1. Press .

  2. Press settings.

  3. Press connection settings.
  4. Press bluetooth settings.
  5. Press pair device.
  6. Press Search Bluetooth Device.
  7. Press the desired device to pair on the searched list screen.
  8. Input the Personal Identification Number (PIN) code (default: 1234) to the Bluetooth device.

    When the Bluetooth device and infotainment system are successfully paired, 57 is displayed on the pair device screen.

Connecting a Bluetooth Device

  1. Press .

  2. Select settings.

  3. Press connection settings.
  4. Press bluetooth settings
  5. Press pair device.
  6. Press the device to be paired.
  7. Press OK.

Checking the Bluetooth Connection

  1. Press .

  2. Select settings.

  3. Press connection settings.
  4. Press bluetooth settings.
  5. Press pair device.
  6. The paired device will show with when connected.

Disconnecting the Bluetooth Device

  1. Press .

  2. Select settings.

  3. Press connection settings.
  4. Press bluetooth settings.
  5. Press pair device.
  6. Press the name of the device to be disconnected.
  7. Press OK.

Deleting a Paired Phone

  1. Press .

  2. Select settings.

  3. Press connection settings.
  4. Press bluetooth settings.
  5. Press pair device.
  6. Press Delete.
  7. Press Yes.

Bluetooth Music

Before playing Bluetooth music, read the following information.

Playing Bluetooth Music

  1. Press .

  2. Press audio.

  3. Press Source .

  4. Press Bluetooth, then select the connected Bluetooth music play mode.

Pause

Press to pause.


Press again to resume.


Skipping the Previous or Next File

Press or
to select the previous or next file.


Search

Press and hold   or
to rewind or fast forward.

Playing a File Repeatedly

Press  during playback.


This function may not be supported depending on the cell phone.

Playing a File Randomly

Press   during playback.


This function may not be supported depending on the cell phone.

Do not change the track too quickly when playing Bluetooth music.

Conditions that may occur when playing Bluetooth music:

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