MOTOROLA ROADSTER™ Quick Start Guide

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MOTOROLA
ROADSTER™
Quick Start Guide


Congratulations
Your MOTOROLA ROADSTER™ Bluetooth® Car Kit
allows you to make and receive calls and play music
from your phone while safely keeping your hands on
the steering wheel.
With the ROADSTER, you can:
Simultaneously connect with two phones.
Hear caller’s name or number, and use your voice to
answer or ignore calls.
Switch between your FM radio and car kit speaker.
Hear voice prompts to guide you on connections,
battery level, and other functions.
We’ve crammed all of the main features of your car kit
into this handy guide, and in a matter of minutes we’ll
show you just how easy your car kit is to use.
So go on, check it out.
More information
On the web: www.motorola.com/support
Caution: Before using your car kit for the first time,
please read the important Safety, Regulatory &
Legal
information at the back of this guide.
Congratulations
1

Your car kit
the important parts
Mute
Call
Voice
Button
Button
Dial
Button

Status
Speaker
Light
Power
Switch

Charge
Micro USB
Light
Charging
Connector

Music
Button

Volume /
Volume /
FM / Speaker
FM Tune
FM Tune
Button
Down
Up
Button
Button
2
Your car kit

Charge it
let’s get you up and running
Charge Light
Red = charging
Green = fully charged
You can use your car kit while unplugged or plugged
into the charger.
Note: Your battery is designed to last the life of your
product. It should only be removed by a recycling
facility. Any attempt to remove or replace your battery
will damage your car kit.
Charge it
3

Basics
a few essentials to get your started
Install it
Slide onto car visor
Turn it on & off
Off On
The car kit automatically turns off when your phone is
moved away from the car for more than 1 minute.
When you return (open the car door), the car kit turns
back on and reconnects to your phone.
Note: Moving the car kit or the power switch off and
on also turns it on.
4
Basics

Listen to music
Note: This feature is phone dependent.
Your car kit allows you to stream Bluetooth music from
your phone.
Press
to play/pause music from your phone on your
car kit speaker or car radio.
To advance to the next song, press and hold
until
you hear a tone.
While a call is active, music pauses. When the call
ends, music resumes playing.
Note: The volume setting on your phone may impact
volume on your car kit.
Some call features
Voice commands
Answer or ignore calls using your voice—just say
answer” or “ignore”.
Note: This feature does not work for second incoming
calls.
Hear caller’s name
If your phone knows your caller’s name, then you hear
call from <name>” on an incoming call.
Note: If the caller is not in your phone’s contact list (or
your phone does not support this feature), then you
hear the incoming call’s number.
Basics
5

Pair & connect
connect and go
Pair & connect with your phone

1 Turn off any Bluetooth devices previously paired
with your car kit.
2 Turn on the Bluetooth feature on your phone.
3 Turn on your car kit (see “Turn it on & off” on
page 4).
The status light becomes steadily lit in blue and you
hear “ready to pair”.
4 Follow the voice prompts to connect your phone to
your car kit.
Note: When prompted for the passkey, enter 0000.
When your car kit successfully pairs with your phone,
you hear “pairing complete”.
Note: After pairing, you may be asked by your phone
to grant phonebook access to your car kit. If prompted,
say "always accept".
For daily use, make sure your car kit is turned on, and
your phone’s Bluetooth feature is on. Your car kit and
phone will connect automatically.
6
Pair & connect

Pair & connect a second phone

1 Turn off the first phone and any other Bluetooth
devices previously paired with your car kit.
2 Turn your car kit off.
3 Turn on the Bluetooth feature on your phone.
4 Turn on your car kit.
The status light becomes steadily lit in blue and you
hear “ready to pair”.
5 Follow the voice prompts to connect your phone to
your car kit.
Note: When prompted for the passkey, enter 0000.
When your car kit successfully pairs with your phone,
you hear “pairing complete”.
Note: After pairing, you may be asked by your phone
to grant phonebook access to your car kit. If prompted,
say "always accept".
To connect both phone(s) and/or music device, turn
these on and then turn your car kit off and on. When
you hear “<phone 1 name> connected”, and “<phone
2 name> connected”
, your car kit is ready to go. The
last paired phone is your primary phone for calling
features.
Pair & connect
7

Test your connection

1 Ensure your car kit is turned on.
2 On your phone, dial a phone number and press the
Call/Send key.
If successfully connected for calls, you hear ringing on
the car kit speaker or car radio.
8
Pair & connect

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