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post #1 of 5 Old 11-17-2015, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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Importing contacts

Hi,
I picked the car up from the dealers last Fri and the salesman set up the Bluetooth phone connection, a little later I noticed that no contacts beginning with N or M had synced. I unpaired the phone and tried again but now I only have A-D and G and cannot work out how to import the rest of my numbers.

Has anyone else had this problem? Or any advice on how to solve it

Software version is 51

Phone is HTC one m8 running android 5.0.1

Thanks for any suggestions
Garry
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Hello Garry,

The following is from another post here on the forum.


I will also be updating to Infotainment software-update 56.00.230.

There is a website you can go to in order to learn more about the updates. It is here:
Mazda Connect

Mazda Connect


This site is stating that the latest version if 55 and here is a rundown of what is fixed for version 55:

• Users with mixed entertainment favorites (FM/AM/XM) can now switch between their favorites
in the same order that they’re listed on the Mazda Connect display using the steering wheel
control buttons.
• Bluetooth audio metadata (artist / song / album name) now refreshes in the background
whenever the Mazda Connect display isn’t showing the Bluetooth audio screen.
• The speed and performance of HD radio text and images has been improved.
• The loading speed of HD traffic maps has been improved.
• In addition to using the volume controls to adjust the navigation guidance volume levels,
navigation guidance volume can now be adjusted at any time using the navigation guidance
settings option within the navigation settings menu- even while the vehicle is in motion.
• Increased performance and consistency in phonebook contacts download.
• Faster availability of voice recognition for calling phonebook contacts.
• The system will now inform you if it is too soon to use voice recognition when calling contacts.
• Increased navigation stability and bug fixes.
• Navigation voice recognition improvements (e.g. “airport”, “where am i?”).
• Enhanced Bluetooth audio sound quality. Audio no longer has audible stutter or skip when
changing tracks.
• Reverse back-up camera display speed, performance, and bug fix enhancements.
• Bug fix for erroneous “Does not recognize” USB and/or SD Card messages.
• USB device recognition performance improved and will recognize device is inserted more
accurately.
• Steering wheel volume control speed and performance enhancements.
• Pandora, Aha, Stitcher performance and bug fix enhancements.
• iPod/iPhone USB media cataloging speed and performance enhancements.
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Thanks Wyre,
I called into the dealers today to collect a boot liner and they checked the car against the computer system and told me it is running the latest version of software available, they didn't know what to suggest apart from booking it in for them to spend a couple of hours investigating! I'd rather try to sort it myself before paying them to do it.

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The dealer who sold me my CX3 performed the update for no cost. You should not have to pay the dealer to update the vehicle to Mazda's software updates.
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Hi,
I picked the car up from the dealers last Fri and the salesman set up the Bluetooth phone connection, a little later I noticed that no contacts beginning with N or M had synced. I unpaired the phone and tried again but now I only have A-D and G and cannot work out how to import the rest of my numbers.

Has anyone else had this problem? Or any advice on how to solve it

Software version is 51

Phone is HTC one m8 running android 5.0.1

Thanks for any suggestions
Garry
Strange because that phone and version of Android should work (Aussie site);

http://infotainment.mazdahandsfree.c...&phone_id=4097

Do you plug your phone into a USB charger when it is in your car? I found if you do that any interruption in power will stop whatever your phone is doing (but that was my old iPhone before I swapped to an Android phone, haven't seen if that is still the case).

Maybe pair someone else's phone and see what happens? So you can figure out if it's the car or your phone

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