Range Rover Evoque: Pairing and connecting from your mobile phone

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque L538 (2011–2018) Owner's Manual / Telephone / Pairing and connecting from your mobile phone

Note: The process of pairing and connecting your phone with the vehicle using the mobile phone, will vary depending on the type of mobile phone used.

1. Switch the ignition on and ensure that the touch screen is active.

2. From the home menu, select Phone.

3. A menu will appear. Select Search new.

4. Select Device to vehicle option.

Note: The vehicle’s Bluetooth® system is discoverable for only 3 minutes.

5. Using the mobile phone, search for Bluetooth® devices.

On some phones, this is referred to as new paired device. See your phone's operating instructions for further information.

6. When the vehicle's Bluetooth® system is discovered, follow the on-screen instructions. Select Yes when prompted, to confirm the pairing.

Either the phone or the vehicle system will ask for a PIN (Personal Identification Number). When prompted, enter a PIN of your choice and select OK to confirm.

7. Enter the same PIN into the other device.

8. Once your phone is paired and connected to the system, a confirmation message will be displayed before switching to the Digit Dial screen.

Note: Some mobile phones require the Bluetooth® pairing to be set as ‘authorised’ or ‘trusted’ in order to automatically connect. Please refer to your phone’s operating instructions for further information.

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