2013 NISSAN Xterra – Bluetooth Streaming Audio (if so equipped)

It is necessary to set up the wireless connection between a compatible audio device and the in-vehicle Bluetooth module before using Bluetooth audio.

To connect your Bluetooth audio device to the vehicle, first press the MENU button, and then the SETTING key. Next, select the PHONE and BLUETOOTH key. Then select the CONNECT NEW DEVICE key.

The system acknowledges the command and asks you to initiate connecting from the phone handset. The connecting procedure of the cellular phone varies according to each cellular phone model.
• See the cellular phone Owner’s Manual for details.
• You can also visit www.nissanusa.com/bluetooth for instructions on connecting NISSAN recommended cellular phones.

Once your device is paired, you can switch to Bluetooth audio mode by pressing the AUX button repeatedly until BLUETOOTH AUDIO MODE is displayed on the screen.

The controls for the Bluetooth audio are now displayed on the screen.

Please be aware that selecting or pairing a Bluetooth audio player may not be available immediately after starting the vehicle. Please allow a short time for the paired phone’s phonebook to update before selecting or pairing a Bluetooth audio player.

In some cases, the sound quality is compromised through the Bluetooth connection. If you have this experience, we recommend using the USB audio input.

Please keep in mind that the operation of the Bluetooth audio system will vary depending on the devices paired to it. Make sure you are familiar with how to operate your audio device before using it with this system.

Also, the Bluetooth audio may stop playing when receiving a call on the Hands-Free Phone System or when checking the connection to the hands-free phone.

Some Bluetooth audio devices may not be recognized by the in-vehicle audio system.

You can adjust the sound characteristics by pushing the MENU button, the SETTINGS key and then selecting the AUDIO key.

This system supports the Bluetooth Audio Distribution Profiles (A2DP and AVRCP).

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