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IMO, It's all about the phone vs. the car, in most cases I have found that the cars will always sync with a phone that is compatible IF you are following the steps properly. For those that do not know Honda Cars - New and Certified Used Cars from American Honda
This is a great link and I am familiar with it. Here's my issue... I have a galaxy S6 which is not listed on the site.
But in general this will always be a problem....as we all upgrade our phones Honda is not upgrading the bluetooth stacks in the vehicles. So now I have a new phone that I like but am soon switching to a Google Pixel XL (which also clearly is not listed online). How will this react with the car? What is the long term solve here? People tend to own Honda's for many many years, I now have to worry about my phone's bluetooth every time I upgrade and have no way of knowing in advance if the phone I'm upgrading to will be compatible with my car? You can't keep exchanging phones very easily like we all know these days.
There needs to be a simpler solution here. My bluetooth cuts in and out constantly, I've even looked to trade my car in or look for bluetooth after market replacements because I can't stand it that much.
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