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Renault takes the safety of its passengers as a number one priority. For this reason,
Renault has aligned itself with road safety measures to help drivers avoid talking
on a hand-held mobile telephone whilst driving.
The hands-free Bluetooth® system makes the following functions possible without
having to handle your phone:
Your hands-free phone system is only intended to facilitate communication by reducing
the risk factors, without removing them completely. You must always comply with
the laws of the country in which you are travelling.
In order for your telephone to automatically connect when the vehicle is started,
it may be necessary to activate the automatic Bluetooth connection function on your
telephone with the hands-free kit. For details on how to do this, please refer to
the instructions manual for your telephone.
Upon reconnection and if there are several telephones paired within the hands-free
kit reception area, it is the one that was paired last that will be connected even
if it is outside of the vehicle.
Some telephones have standby or energy-saving functions that operate in Bluetooth
mode. These functions may cause inadvertent disconnection when used with the multimedia
system. For optimum and safe use of the multimedia system we advise you to deactivate
these functions. For details on how to do this, please refer to the instructions
manual for your telephone.
Some telephones require access authorisation to the contacts items stored on the
telephone. The telephone will request this authorisation each time it connects to
the system. Depending on your telephone, it may be possible to automate this access:
please consult the instruction manual for your telephone.
When stopping the multimedia system during a call in progress, CMLTB retains the
active Bluetooth link for several seconds. After this short period of time (less
than 10 seconds), some telephones request confirmation to continue the telephone
call via their interface. If there is no response from the user, the telephone call
in progress may be interrupted after a certain amount of time.
Some telephones are unable to establish a connection to the multimedia system after
pairing. In the event of this type of failure, it is advised not to restart the
search for the system via the telephone and to restart the system which will then
connect the telephone automatically.
On some first generation Bluetooth telephones, the hands-free telephone system is
unable to automatically return to the previous setting at the end of the conversation
due to there being no notification by the telephone that the call has ended. It
is then necessary to manually hang up via the multimedia system.
Some telephones do not transfer the international [+] codes in the call lists. In
this case, it is recommended that you use the contacts and favourites on the system.
For incoming calls and when not using the activated automatic call waiting function,
some telephones (particularly in vibration or silent mode) may not transmit the
ring tone to the multimedia system. A replacement ring tone is then played by the
system, either automatically (CMLTB), or by adjustment (CNC).
On some telephones there is a delay in transferring their ring tone to the CMLTB
system when receiving an incoming call. To provide call tone notification and if
no ring tone is sent by the telephone, the CMLTB system plays a generic ring tone
and then switches over to the ring tone sent by the telephone.
For incoming calls and when the automatic call waiting function is activated, the
multimedia system automatically disconnects the call and sends the caller an audible
message informing him of your driving situation. You are also alerted of this call
waiting by a visual and audible message. To deactivate this function, please refer
to the instruction manual.
Some telephones cannot make a call via the system if certain menus or functions
are active: a menu (settings, contacts, etc.) or specific application (Wap, Games,
etc.), locked keypad or after using DTMF codes (Dual Tone Modulation Frequency).
These codes are used to control a voice server (a message system, for example).
When using the hands-free kit with a connected telephone, it is advisable not to
leave the telephone in the conditions mentioned above.
Some telephones do not allow the automatic transfer of contacts to the CMLTB system.
If there is no automatic transfer of contacts from the telephone to the multimedia
system (CNC or CMLTB), it is recommended that some or all contacts are manually
transferred from the telephone to the system via the OPP function or "Send via Bluetooth"
available on the telephone.
Some telephones do not allow manual transfer of contacts from the SIM card. The
solution is to recopy the contacts from the SIM card to the telephone memory to
permit automatic or manual transfer of the contacts to the multimedia system.
Some telephones partially transfer the contacts stored on the SIM card. The solution
is to recopy the contacts from the SIM card to the telephone memory to permit automatic
or manual transfer of all of the contacts to the multimedia system.
Some telephones require connection to the multimedia system before manually transferring
the contacts via Bluetooth. In the case of the Carminat Navigation and Communication
system, the multimedia system will automatically disconnect the telephone before
transferring the contacts. In the case of CMLTB, the telephone must be disconnected
from the CMLTB by the user or from the multimedia system.
Some telephones do not allow the automatic transfer of a call history list to the
CMLTB system. When using the system only outgoing, received and missed calls are
Upon first connection of the CMLTB some telephones transfer the call history list
in reverse order. To correct this, as soon as a call is made or received using the
telephone connected to the CMLTB, the system identifies the call list order and
rearranges the order of the last call at the top of the list.
Some telephones automatically disconnect after transferring the contact(s). In this
case, the telephone will ask you again to confirm connection to the multimedia system.
The list of contacts on each telephone is retained in the memory by the hands-free
telephony system. For reasons of confidentiality, each piece of downloaded data
is only visible when the corresponding telephone is connected to the system. Deletion
of data is done either by deleting the telephone from the paired list for CNC, or
automatically when pairing a higher priority 6th telephone for CMLTB.
Some telephones do not allow a single contact name linked to several telephone numbers
to be transferred to CMLTB. If the category allocation is not working, CMLTB repeats
the contact name for each related number.
Contact names contained in the telephone memory starting with a non-alphabetical
character (space, ., ?, /....) will automatically be listed in the OTHER category
of the CONTACTS menu of the CMLTB system. To be included in the contacts list, we
advise you to delete any non-alphabetical characters at the start of a name.
Renault has tested the operational and acoustic compatibility of
a large number of telephones on the market with its multimedia system. From these
tests, we have produced a compatibility list, which gives advice
of 'recommended' telephones that can be used with the Renault system. In particular,
for the complete safe use of the more general features for example, availability
of the automatic placement of a call on hold if there is an incoming call is an
essential requirement. The presence of more comfort-related functions, like the
transfer of telephone memories may vary from one telephone to another.
Some phones are not compatible with the hands-free system and do
not enable you to use all of the available functions or do not provide the best
sound quality. Check the list given below to see compatible phones.
To check out the list of compatible mobile telephones, select the type of system
you want and then download the pdf to show which phones are compatible.
Note: The hands-free telephone system contributes towards reducing
the risks of an accident, but does not eliminate these risks. For your safety, Renault
recommends that you stop your vehicle when using the telephone as and when traffic
conditions dictate that it is safe to do so.
Disclaimer: Several models of Bluetooth® telephones are commercially available.
The sound and functional quality levels of the telephones displayed are based on
tests carried out by Renault on models available at the time of the tests. RENAULT
in no way guarantees the performance of the telephones which may vary according
to upgrades or the operator services.
RENAULT uses the Bluetooth® HFP
1.0 standard however RENAULT cannot guarantee compatibility with all telephones
on the market.
Further information, user manuals and videos about the operation of the Bluetooth®
telephone system can be found in the model e-Handbook.
here to find the e-Handbooks