Question about BMW X5 Series
Put the key on and hold the power button on the radio and both eject buttons for the DVD and CD players. Should only take about 10 seconds. This resets the complete CCC module.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
The onky way to reset is with a computer. There are reset tools for bmw but I suggest that you buy a cheap bmw link for a laptop. make sure it is only for bmw most of them say you can do bmw with them but it has its own protocols which only bmw have. be careful when you buy.
Posted on Nov 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I apologise if this isnt much help, however this is a common query from customers. They're able to pair the phone to the car but not the phonebook or its other functions.
In most cases this is just simply due to the compatability issues between the system integrated into the car and its ability to fully synchronize with the phone. Its not a problem with the car and visa versa its just that particular phone is too sophisticated/complex for the software to handle.
The only way to see which phones are fully compatible is at your local bmw dealer. They should be able to show you a table of which phones are compatible for your model/year and system it operates on.
Hopes this helps!
Posted on May 28, 2009
Based on wikipedia...yes. From 1988-1993. I copied and pasted the information below:
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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