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BMW's Bluetooth system for the Range Rover?

What is Range Rover Bluetooth?

Bluetooth Functional Overview

Users Manual for the  Bluetooth System

Users Manual for the  Voice Control System (features included in bluetooth retrofit kit)

BMW recommended phones for Bluetooth System

Bluetooth Features and Functionality


Video Overview


 

The Range Rover Bluetooth system is a BRAND NEW system  from BMW that allows you to use most any Bluetooth compatible cellular phone in your 2003-2004 US Or 2002-2004 Euro Range Rover.  The Range Rovers manufacturered within this time period were based on the BMW system and incorporate the BMW computer system.  This system can be easily upgraded to the BMW bluetooth system using our custom retrofit kit.

 

Bluetooth Functional Overview and Operational Videos

Bluetooth User Manual (from BMW USA)

Bluetooth User Manual (from BMW AG)

BMW General Phone System Operational Guide (very good information)

Bluetooth is a new function of the latest cellular phones that allows you to wirelessly connect your cellular phone to other accessories such as a laptop or wireless headset.  BMW'sBluetooth system takes advantage of this functionality to allow you to use your standard Bluetooth enabled phone in your Range Rover providing safe hands-fee operation while driving, plus some additional features such as voice control of your cellular phone and navigation system (if equipped)

 

The nice thing about Bluetooth is you do not need to physically connect your cellular phone to your Range Rover.  You can keep your phone in your pocket or purse and still use all of the functions.  

 

With the BMW Bluetooth cellular phone system you can use the Range Rover steering wheel and radio controls or navigation controls to navigate your cellular phone phonebook, dial numbers, increase volume, etc.  The system also allows for the voice control of your cellular phone, voice control of your navigation system and notepad (to save a message to yourself for later replay)  

  Why Use www.bimmernav.com for your BMW Bluetooth installation?

Bluetooth uses a short range wireless (30 ft) system to communicate between your compatible Bluetooth phone to the Bluetooth phone system allowing you to place and receive calls, initiate voice recognition commands for phone (such as voice tags or numeric entry), navigation (if equipped), and notepad.  Complete phone and navigation controls are detailed HERE.  The system will fully integrate into your Range Rover without the need for a wired connection between the phone and BMW.  Images such as shown above are with optional "snap in adapters" that charge and boost the antenna signal to the roof antenna.  The Bluetooth system shows your Bluetooth Phone's phonebook, last numbers dialed, SMS and call details on Navigation screen, Radio Display plus phone book on the instrument cluster if the proper hands-free protocol is supported by your Bluetooth phone (some older Bluetooth phones do not include all of the Bluetooth profiles see BMW approved list HERE).  Since our Bluetooth kit uses BMW Original Equipment, your Bluetooth phone will be fully integrated into your Range Rover's system allowing you to place and receive calls via the steering wheel or other Range Rover phone control buttons.  Our Bluetooth system fully integrates into your Range Rover to operate just exactly as it would if the car was manufactured from Land Rover with this technology. 

The system uses most of the new Bluetooth phones available from your cellular carrier.  BMW approved phone details can be found HERE Bimmernav.com's Bluetooth retrofit kits work in ALL US/Canada Range Rovers, and Range Rovers.  The BMW Bluetooth Phone Kit can be easily and quickly installed without cutting any wire, or damaging your car in any way.

The BMW Bluetooth system operateswith all BMW original parts and does not interfere with other Range Rover accessories such as  CD Navigation,  CD Changer,  Radio,  TV,  DVD Navigation equipped with the Navtech DVD,  GPS, or any other Range Rover Factory or Range Rover dealer installed Upgrades such as  Sirius Satellite Radio.  The Range Bluetooth system is designed for Range Roverss equipped with factory navigation, standard cassette or CD.  

Bimmernav.com has designed plug and play retrofit kits that allow you to quickly and easily install the new BMW System in your Range Rover.  These kits are designed with BMW Original parts, specifically configured to work perfectly in your model and year Range Rover.

Visit the Bimmernav.com Online store to purchase a Bluetooth system for your Range Rover

NOTE: Our Bluetooth Kits come with the latest Generation BMW ULF modules Available as shown in the BMW Compatibility matrix (and NOT the problematic first generation 84 21 954 552 others are selling,   Be careful on getting older ULF modules as some people have had difficulties and incompatibilities with the old first generation ULF modules.  Why use Our Bluetooth Solution?  We advise to stay away from any BMW part number 84 21 954 552 1st generation ULF module, and stick with the more recent versions.  ALL BMW ULF Modules require a Bluetooth pairing button, either by itself or on the Bluetooth eject box.  The steering wheel button does not function as a pairing button, but does operate the Bluetooth voice recognition.  Part numbers of the Bluetooth modules are below.  - Details on ULF Module Changes

Below Part numbers are for the BMW and 2003-2004 Range Rover

Available part numbers of the Bluetooth ULF (Bluetooth Brain) from BMW
84 21 6 934 552 end of life 06/03 1st generation
84 21 6 938 610 end of life 10/03 2nd generation
84 21 6 934 961 end of life 03/04 3rd generation
84 21 6 950 089 end of life 06/04 4th generation

84 21 6 945 387 end of life 01/05 5th generation

84 10 6 955 522 end of life 10/05 6th generation

84 10 6 969 268 end of life 04/06 7th generation

84 21 6 958 358 end of life 05/06 8th generation

84 10 6 987 546 end of life 9/06 9th generation

84 10 6 980 130 end of production 11/06 10th generation

84 10 9 133 329 current production 11th generation

 

 

Click link for Changes in ULF Module Versions

 

If you have any, questions please feel free to call, email or visit some of the Range Rover forums such as www.rangerovers.net for additional info