How To Connect your Bluetooth Smartphone to the 2015 Honda Fit, Civic, and CR-V
Using Bluetooth on the 2015 7″ Display HondaLink System
Honda has incorporated many of their 2015 model lineup with touch screen interfaces that incorporate a huge amount of functionality especially due to the capabilities of bluetooth. Using bluetooth, you can both use your new Honda as a hands-free system for making and receiving calls as well stream any music or other audio directly to your car’s sound system. No need for messy cords or any specific proprietary equipment to be all around your center console when you can simply and wirelessly stream audio from your phone after some simple setup steps.
The video above shows the setup for bluetooth streaming in a Honda Fit with a 7″ display, this display is identical to the 7″ display in the Civic and CR-V as well, so the setup process is the exact same. Let’s go over how you can quickly and easily setup bluetooth connectivity for your Honda.
- From the Home screen, tap “settings” and then hit the “phone” button
Pretty simple so far
- Tap on the “Bluetooth Device List” and then “Add a Bluetooth Device”
- Turn the Bluetooth on in your device’s settings and make it discoverable
- The Honda system will pick up your device and display its name. Tap the name to start the pairing. Compare the confirmation numbers displayed on the screen and your device to confirm.
- Your screen will display a message stating, “the pairing was successful”
- Your phone will now display several prompts about which permissions you would like to grant the HondaLink system
- Tap “Home” and “Audio” in order to choose your phone as a source for music. Music options should be displayed instantly. That’s it!
Thanks for checking out our tutorial on how to connect your bluetooth smartphone to any 2015 Honda model that includes a 7″ HondaLink display system. Have any questions? Let us know in the comments below!