Anyone else having issues with Bluetooth audio on their iphones after the iOS 7 update? My phone will pair to the truck (2010 TRD OR CM 5.7, non-JBL) and play audio back fine, steering wheel controls work and all that stuff, but the ****ing phone wont automatically connect to the truck anymore anytime I start it, or get in. on iOS6, it was flawless. Its a total pain in the ass the have to keep going through the voice commands to pair my phone every time I get in the truck, just wondering if anyone else was having similar issues, and if they were able to fix it.
Also, I'm new here, but not new to forums. I'm a member on Tacomaworld, and traded my Tacoma for this Tundra about two weeks ago. Love it so far, night and day from the Tacoma...
thanks for all the replies guys, my account wasn't approved so I couldn't post yet. I just fixed the problem though, and Johnnief this might fix your issue as well.
1. go into your Bluetooth and delete any devices you have saved in there
2. turn your truck on and delete your phone from the truck as an audio player
3. press the power button and home button at the same time and hold them until the phone shuts off
4. turn the phone back on, it will take a second longer than usual...
5. pair it to the truck, like pairing a new device to it..
that's what worked for me, just an FYI I guess for anyone else who is having issues...
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Nope, 2010 non-JBL HU here, no issue post iOS7 upgrade. Try to delete and add and see if that helps as others have suggested.
thanks! that's part of what I did that fixed my issue. hard reset, deleted the truck from the Bluetooth part of settings, then deleted the phone from the Bluetooth audio part of the truck. repaired, and everything is good now.
I had these problems on iOS7 and my iPhone 5. I had to delete the truck from my phone and the phone from my truck and repair set it up two or three times before I could get it to automatically connect. Still now it only does it half the time.
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