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Is anybody on here using the Nolan bluetooth 3 kit? Any idea how to set it up to recieve A2DP from an iPhone5? The web site says to download and install a particular upgrade file but the file, when downloaded, is not supported by any programme on my PC so cannot be used. Web searches bring up all sorts of warnings when trying to insall something to run that file. :(
 

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You probably need the "N-Com Wizard" software. It allows you to set the unit's option and do updates. It's available for download free from Nolan's web site. I suggest trying the USA web site if there's not a UK site. BTW, ignore all of the warnings. It installs and runs just fine, at least on my Win8 PC.

Link: http://www.n-com.it/site/index.php?opti ... 40&lang=en

Then, do your pairing withe iPhone and you should be in business. I have found that, when getting ready to ride, gets a bit tricky if you get too hurried. With your iPhone on and BT enabled, turn on your helmet unit. You should hear one beep as the N-Com recognizes the iPhone. But wait for the second beep that says they are connected. Seems to take about a minute. If you start pushing the N-Com's buttons before the second beep, you end up in a frustrating BT no-man's land.

My unit is a B4 and I hope this works for you.
 

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Paul.
Thanks. I had the n-com wizard already installed. Unfortunately I never read the instructions regarding computer settings for the first upgrade. All done now, upgraded to firmware version 3.12 and A2DP now works. :cheers: (I've only been trying to work that out since February last year!)

Only trouble is that I have since found that when using A2DP, you cannot use the BT bike-to-bike feature so it's only ok when riding solo. If I want to have a BT conversation with another rider as well as listen to satnav/music, I'll have to revert to using the jack lead between my iPhone and N43E Air helmet.
 

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Yes, if your name is a clue, you must be male. Just because you are a male and aren't supposed to read the instructions any more than you're supposed to stop and ask for directions, it's okay to read the instructions. No manhood compromised!
 
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