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APX7000 bluetooth help

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APX7000 bluetooth help

Postby LFD57 » Sat Oct 13, 2018 12:43 pm

Hello all, I have an APX7000. It was flashed for Bluetooth but the board and speaker were not installed. I have since gotten both and installed. I have been able to connect to my earbuds and works awesome. I have gotten my hands on a NTN2574B with NTN2572A and cannot get it to connect. Will this not work with an APX? When trying to pair I get “ Bluetooth pairing failed” with a rapid fire beeping indication. Radio programs flawlessly via Bluetooth with the laptop as well.

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Re: APX7000 bluetooth help

Postby techtonics » Fri Oct 19, 2018 6:45 am

Verify on the CPS if the bluetooth is setup for LF MPP and Standard. More than likely since your ear buds are working I would suspect that standard is selected.

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LF MPP is Motorola Pairing Protocol and Standard is well standard bluetooth.

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