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I wonder if I have a bluetooth in my helmet, whether i can have access on my mobile through the gps navigator instead of having my mobile attached on the dash board
You can even get by without the phone. A lot of times my phone is off and I can still hear Nav V commands through my helmet intercom.Being a 2015, there are no TFT connectivity considerations (no TFT! 😄). But yes, any of the helmet comms systems will pair with the BMW Navigator and with your phone, and you can make/take calls using the Nav interface.
Someone will chime in with the best way to do this - off the top of my head, I can’t recall which is the optimum way to pair - I was having issues paired completely through the Nav. Maybe I need to read the manual again.
Also, the Nav needs to be powered up before the Cardo, otherwise it will fail to connect, which is a pain after a short stop (e.g. refuel).
If your GPS is not the BMW Nav, you’d need to look at its specs/manual.
I have a Sena Schuberth C4, it works perfectly, with my cheap-ass Motorola G7 Power Android. Also hav WundelrinQ on board. Waiting for my new RS and will move it all to the new bike.I wonder if I have a bluetooth in my helmet, whether i can have access on my mobile through the gps navigator instead of having my mobile attached on the dash board