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i frequent other forums too and someone mentioned that their mobile device isn't compatible with the wireless bluetooth system. Does Infiniti have a page that lists the phones their cars are compatible with or is it compatible with all phones?
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i frequent other forums too and someone mentioned that their mobile device isn't compatible with the wireless bluetooth system. Does Infiniti have a page that lists the phones their cars are compatible with or is it compatible with all phones?
My Android phone has no problem connect with my Q50 and Q30. Did anyone mention the car model?
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I found the page where they tell you which models are compatible with which phones but it's the U.S. site and the Q30 isn't on the list of vehicles yet. I was reading connectivity problems with the Q50 but it could be more of an apple IOS problem since that's what they were using.

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Anything new about this topic? At the moment there is still no Q30/QX30 on the list.
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No problem whatsoever with Android phones on Q30, in fact the BT system works very well.
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So far most problems i've hear of are coming from Apple users which is surprising since Apple systems are supposed to be a bit more refined and smoother operating. Fortunately as complex as android is there's nothing concerning about it.
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I've never liked Apple, it's just as well.
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I've never liked Apple, it's just as well.
Same here just for the fact their products and software are limiting in what they can do but if your needs are met with what's offered, going that route might be a good thing.
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They are definitely very limiting but they are drastically easier to use and very clear cut. Everything is laid out easily and there's not much to it. I'm an android user though nonetheless, I prefer the freedom in it
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You can give someone that is foreign to smartphones both, android and apple, and they would be able to use the iPhone a lot quicker and a lot more efficiently than they would an android and there's no denying that. They're more point and shoot with target lock, opposed to point, manually aim, and shoot.
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