Subaru Forester: Setting passkey - Setting Bluetooth® audio - Bluetooth® audio (type C and D audio) - Audio - Subaru Forester Owner's ManualSubaru Forester: Setting passkey

1. Select the “SET PASSKEY” menu.

After the currently set passkey is displayed, a new passkey can be entered.

2. Input the new passkey by operating the “TUNE/TRACK/CH” dial.

3. Select the “CONFIRM” menu. The new passkey is displayed, the passkey is changed and the mode changes to the Bluetooth® audio setting mode.

    Selecting device
    1. Select the “SELECT AUDIO” (type C audio)/“Select Audio Player” (type D audio) menu. If no devices are registered, “EMPTY” is displayed and the mode changes to the Bluetooth® au ...

    Deleting device
    1. Select the “DELETE AUDIO” (type C audio)/“Delete Audio Player” (type D audio) menu. If no devices are registered, “EMPTY” is displayed and the mode changes to the Bluetooth® au ...

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