Mazda 2: Bluetooth® Audio (Type A/Type B)

Mazda2 DJ 2014–2020 Owners Manual / Interior Features / Bluetooth® / Bluetooth® Audio (Type A/Type B)

Applicable Bluetooth ® specifi cation (Recommended) Ver. 2.0

Response profi le

A2DP is a profi le which transmits only audio to the Bluetooth ® unit. If your Bluetooth® audio device corresponds only to A2DP, but not AVRCP, you cannot operate it using the control panel of the vehicle's audio system. In this case, only the operations on the mobile device are available the same as when a portable audio device for a non-compliant Bluetooth® device is connected to the AUX terminal.


X: Available

—: Not available

NOTE

How to Use the Bluetooth ® Audio System

Switching to Bluetooth ® audio mode

To listen to music or voice audio recorded to a Bluetooth ® audio device, switch to the Bluetooth ® audio mode to operate the audio device using the audio system control panel. Any Bluetooth ® audio device must be paired to the vehicle's Bluetooth® unit before it can be used.

Refer to Bluetooth ® Preparation (Type A/ Type B) on page 5-94 .

  1. Turn on the Bluetooth ® audio device's power.
  2. Switch the ignition to ACC or ON.

    Make sure that the “ ” symbol
    is displayed in the audio display. The symbol is not displayed if an un-paired Bluetooth® audio device is being used or the vehicle's Bluetooth ® unit has a malfunction.

NOTE

Some Bluetooth ® audio devices need a certain amount of time before the “
symbol is displayed.

  1. Press the media button ( )
    to switch to the Bluetooth ® audio mode and start playback.

If the current device version is lower than AVRCP Ver. 1.3: “ BT Audio ” is displayed.

If the current device is AVRCP Ver. 1.3: The playback time is displayed.

NOTE

Playback

  1. To listen to a Bluetooth ® audio device over the vehicle's speaker system, switch the mode to Bluetooth ® audio mode. (Refer to “Switching to Bluetooth® audio mode”)
  2. To stop playback, press the Play/Pause button (4).
  3. Press the button again to resume playback.

Selecting a fi le (track)

Selects the next fi le (track) Short-press the track up button (
).

Selects the beginning of the current fi le (track) Short-press the track down button (
).

Fast-forward/Reverse (AVRCP Ver. 1.3)

Fast-forward

Press and hold the fast-forward button ( ).


Reverse

Press and hold the reverse down button


Switching the display (only AVRCP Ver.

1.3)

The information displayed on the audio display changes as follows each time the text button ( 3 ) is pressed during playback.


NOTE

Display scroll

Only 13 characters can be displayed at one time. To display the rest of the characters of a long title, press and hold the text button (3). The display scrolls the next 13 characters. Press and hold the text button (3) again after the last 13 characters have been displayed to return to the beginning of the title.

Bluetooth ® Audio Device Information Display

If a Bluetooth ® audio device is connected, the following information is displayed in the audio display.


X: Available

—: Not available

NOTE

Some information may not display depending on the device, and if the information cannot be displayed, “ NO TITLE” is indicated.

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