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How to Link Your Porsche's Bluetooth with Your Smartphone

You know that your Porsche has Bluetooth® capability, but how do you engage it? The good news is whether you own an Android or iPhone, the connection process is quite simple. Follow the instructions for each below, and you'll be set to play music and talk on the phone — all while driving safely.

Step-by-step: Setting up Bluetooth® in Your Porsche

Pairing Your Bluetooth® with an Android Device

To start the pairing process between your smartphone and Porsche vehicle, please make sure the transmission is in Park.

  1. Locate Settings on your Android phone and tap Wireless and Network.”

  2. Tap Bluetooth® Settings.” Once there, make sure Bluetooth® is enabled. If it’s not, simply turn it on with one touch. Also, make sure your phone is Visible to all devices.

  3. Push the physical Phone button inside your car, directly below the touchscreen.

  4. If your Android does not automatically detect the vehicle, tap Search for Devices then wait and select PCM.”

  5. Once you select PCM on your Android, the car will display Accept or Deny followed by a prompt to enter a four-digit code. Click Accept and enter any 4-digit code.

  6. This is an arbitrary code which is used to pair the device. Select four numbers and then enter the same code when prompted on your Android.

You should notice the Porsche display “transferring phonebook,” indicating the successful pair of the device.

Pairing Your Bluetooth With An iPhone Device

  1. Locate the Settings icon on your iPhone and then tap Bluetooth®.”

  2. Make sure Bluetooth® is enabled. If not, simply turn it on with one touch.

  3. Push the physical Phone button inside your car, directly below the touchscreen.

  4. The iPhone automatically searches for a Bluetooth® signal, so don’t click “Find Telephone on the Porsche touchscreen.

  5. On your iPhone, you should see PCM listed in My Devices.” Select it.

  6. Once you select PCM,” the car will display Accept or Deny.” A prompt to enter a four-digit code will follow. Click Accept in your Porsche and enter a four-digit code.

  7. This is an arbitrary code which is used to pair the device. Select four numbers and then enter the same code when prompted on your iPhone, followed by Pair in the upper right corner.

You should notice the Porsche display transferring phonebook,” indicating the successful pair of the device. You are now paired and ready to rock.

Get Connected in Baton Rouge, LA

Still having issues pairing your Bluetooth® device? Contact Harris Porsche at (225) 754-1500 and we'll be happy to assist you. As always, feel free to stop by our Porsche dealership in Baton Rouge, LA.

 

Date Posted: May 14, 2018