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I am unable to connect my iPhone 5S to my handsfree incar system. I does not recognise the incar Phone. With Iphone 4S I had no problem whatsoever. Anyone else having this problem
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It does not recognise the incar system
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What car and system?

Open Bluetooth settings on phone
Then open Bluetooth settings on the car.
May need to use the car's settings to tell it to connect to the phone.
Had to do that in a Toyota where I did not have to do that in a Lincoln/Ford.
Your car system may not be in "discoverable" mode without using it's settings.

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