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2006 A6 3.2 FSI Quattro SAT NAV / PHONE BLUETOOTH / TV QUERY

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HI Guys, first post here so be nice please..

 

I have bought the a6 2005 fsi 3.2 quattro today, I think form what I have read (first audi) it is a mmi high system , but when selecting sat nag, it states needs navigation disc, nothing for tv .

 

I have read lots of threads but nothing specific to this model, and a as a result just wondering the best/cheapest route to resolve
a:sat nav,
b: tv ..

c: Linking into the bluetooth of phone

 

Will it be costly..

 

 

attached hopefully pic of display 

 

 

 

any help greatly appreciated..

cheers

neil

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Suspect the Bluetooth will be the silly non-standard version that was only properly supported by Nokia and perhaps Samsung - it certainly was on VWs of that era.

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Hi Twinspark, thanks for the reply.

 

i have a samsung s3 though guess that will make no odds..??

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Assuming the module is there, then you should be fine.

 

It works using the rSAP profile - which is actually much better than the standard bluetooth profile, but not widely supported.

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The tv won't work as it is only receives an analogue signal which is no longer broadcast.

There are lots of websites that will sell you a nav disc including eBay.

You need to pair your phone within one minute of the ignition being switched on (and I think the drivers door must be closed - I had the same system in a 2005 A3).

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hi guys thanks for the advice, does anyone know what disc it is that I need ,?

 

also how do I pair the phone, or is it rtfm? :)

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Ps to clarify. It is a 2005 model..

Boister. Thanks fir reply. Do you know pairing procedure. As nothing in manual.. bar stuff on p127. But not pairing . Do you recall your steps. Is it with mmi or with the inbuilt phone ypu do this......

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Guys is it this set I need please

AUDI GENUINE PART NUM.:

4L0 998 961

F/W 55.7.0

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Search for the car from your phone's Bluetooth menu within one minute of turning the ignition on.

You should then get a code request on your phone. The code to pair the phone to the car is either 1234 or 0000.

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Cheers booster.

anyone advise on the nav / mmi disc situ please

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booster, I got it too pair, but then how do you access your numbers in the phone, still seemed like options were not there for phonebook etc etc 

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Phone book takes awhile to download for the first time. Once it does, it is there. You can also add numbers you use regularly to the directory.

If you have a button that looks like a bloke saying something on the steering wheel you can add voice dialling.

Maybe a quick RTFM might help!! :)

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cheers fella, appreciate your help, I did have a look and noted that, actually the other half pointed that out too me.

just once it paired , I had no further options than before when I started, so maybe it was just taking time, while it produce the message, reading sim card once connection established , as that was all that I seen happening ? but then that is happening when i turn on usually and goto phone,as I think there must be an old sim card in the in car handset, should I remove that do you think or leave it in.

 

 

cheers agin for your help...

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I'd have thought you'd need to remove the old SIM, so it only uses your phone?

 

 

Sat Nav - You should be able to buy either a Western Europe or a UK DVD on eBay.  The drive is in the boot (usually) on the passenger side, behind a panel.

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hi Cruiser, yeah I have a couple of modules in there , top two shelves in the rack, can't see where you would put a dvd in though.

 

I was more trying to get the specific version I need based on the shot of my system , inc the mmi update?

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hi Cruiser, yeah I have a couple of modules in there , top two shelves in the rack, can't see where you would put a dvd in though.

 

I was more trying to get the specific version I need based on the shot of my system , inc the mmi update?

 

Ahhhh,  be careful, VERY careful with the MMI update.  Haven't done it myself on my 8, but I know you need to do it carefully.  Don't think I can emphasise that emough!

 

Just type A6 Sat Nav DVD into eBay and you'll get loads of originals pop-up for all dates.  I could do with a newer one than 2004.......  :blink:

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