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:driving::blink: Has anyone compiled a mobile phone list of the phones that will transfer the address book to the MM in the new IS ? or maybe the network makes a difference.

I have a Nokia 6230i and this doesn't transfer the names and numbers.

Any help with phones would appriciated.

:D Just picked this Lexus on Friday my first always drove Mercedes, very impressed.

OK you lot I have had a look at your forum and there are 2 mobile phones that will work

(1) Sony Ericsson K750i

(2) BlackBerry 8800

:yawn: KNOW ANY MORE?

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:driving::blink: Has anyone compiled a mobile phone list of the phones that will transfer the address book to the MM in the new IS ? or maybe the network makes a difference.

I have a Nokia 6230i and this doesn't transfer the names and numbers.

Any help with phones would appriciated.

:D Just picked this Lexus on Friday my first always drove Mercedes, very impressed.

OK you lot I have had a look at your forum and there are 2 mobile phones that will work

(1) Sony Ericsson K750i

(2) BlackBerry 8800

:yawn: KNOW ANY MORE?

To be honest you need to stick with what's known. I have a SE-K750 and N6230, transferred my directory using the SE - no problems.

I have attached a pdf from the dealers (this is a year old) and almost all phones are "2" which is partial compatibility...

PS won't let me attach it....too big a file?

Your dealer may have the latest file......

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I've just had a parrot one fitted to my car (not sure who makes the MM one in the IS) but to get it to sync the phonebook I had to donwload some software onto the phone to transfer the phonebook - once it was paired you turned the kit/car off, start the software on the phone and then turn the car/kit on again and when connected the phonebook immediately dumped into the kit. Might be worth a try in the MM system.

The software was the this. Choose your variant and get it to your phone somehow :)

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My Motorola V545 would only down-load one entry at a time to the car. Then i had to resort the directory as it had slit names alphabetically. e.g. And david ursula. :angry: Now all i need is someone to ring me to see if it works!

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:) Thanks to all

For at least you replied I will ask the dealer for a list of phones he has indicated that Sony Ericssons are the preferred mobile.

nokia 8800 sirocco works perfectly

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:) Thanks to all

For at least you replied I will ask the dealer for a list of phones he has indicated that Sony Ericssons are the preferred mobile.

nokia 8800 sirocco works perfectly

I use an Orange SPV M3100 and it works great (unlike with my old Audi A4 Bluetooth)

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Has anyone tried the nokia n95 with the MM system. Due for upgrade now and would like to stay with nokia if I can.

I have an n91 (which has the same OS as n95) and it works great ... transferred all names and numbers ... even imported both numbers for contacts with 2 entries. For those with more than 2 it created 2 entries which you can edit later. Doesn't give signal or Battery info though, but I'm not bothered about that.

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Bluetooth is Bluetooth - the same as far as I know on any phone or device in terms of how it works (i.e. the protocols etc are defined and standard). Both my Nokia 6230i and SEK750i work fine from a basic telephony pespective, with the SE showing Battery and Signal strength too

It just seems that SE phones allow you to do more across Bluetooth - such as transfer the directory, pass Battery and signal strength etc...Nokia does not. It could be controlled by firmware on the phone - and it appears that SE seems to have the greatest number of features and options enabled/available in it's menu's which work over Bluetooth.

Nokia appear to be setup to allow basic call control and key pad actions and that's it - so they are ideal for Headsets and such devices, but don't appear to have the programming/Bluetooth setup to do the other things. You might want to talk to Nokia to see if they have enhanced firmware which gives you more Bluetoothable options - try their websites.

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I have a new Nokia 6300 - fantastic phone by the way. It shows Battery and signal strength when connected to the MM. Prior to that I had a 6230 which did not show signal strength or Battery. The 6300 claims that you can mark all contacts and then transfer them but it didn't work when I tried it. Must try and give it another go.

Connection wise both the 6230 and the 6300 connected seamlessly and without problem. In between I had a Nokia E50 which I found awful to use and kept having problems as far as Bluetooth is concerned. Would disconnect without warning etc.

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Contact list download worked fine with my Nokia N73 to my IS250 SE-L

I have a question, does anyone have a complete list of the voice commands available for each application of the Mulimedia system. There does not seem to be one in the manual?

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You can select Help within the MM and I think it shows a list of all the commands. Don't recall seeing a list on here though. Perhaps someone with a little time on their hands could list them all...

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I had a nokia N73 that would connect whenever IT felt like it, and if the phone rang it would take 10+ seconds to connect to the system. This meant a lot of people hung up before getting to chat. :whistling:

My new N95 is perfect, and shows Battery and signal strength. :winky:

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Am getting N95 delivered tommorrow, cars not coming for another 2months. Battery strengh etc would be nice but I will be satisfied if it will connect when I get in and out without any party tricks being needed.

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Am i right in sayin Iphone does not have a sim?

The Iphone does have a SIM, but it is locked to O2, you can "Jailbreak" an Iphone and use with a different carrier. The phonebook isn't a problem for me as I have and old Nokia, MacBook and the Iphone. I use iSync on the MacBook to keep the three in sync and then transfer the phonebook using the Nokia.

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