Make sure Bluetooth is enabled on your mobile device. From your MyLink screen, press Phone > tap connect phone > Then tap Add Phone. On your mobile device, select your Chevrolet MyLink system from the Bluetooth menu. Confirm that the PIN displayed on your MyLink screen matches, then press the pair button.
Sometimes you can have problems with Bluetooth because your phone’s software is out of date. So if you have already checked if your phone is compatible with the Bluetooth Device Compatibility Guide, the next step is to make sure you have updated the latest software version on your phone.
Tap Phone on your Chevrolet MyLink screen and then tap the Pair Device button. This should show Chevrolet MyLink in the list of paired devices on your Android.
For 2010, the Impala gets a new convenience package that includes Bluetooth connectivity, heated mirrors and HomeLink.
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If your car does indeed have Bluetooth, in park mode and with the ignition on On/Run, press the voice button (Onstar/Bluetooth) on the steering wheel. Say Bluetooth and then pair < /b>.
If your car supports wireless CarPlay, press and hold the voice command button on your steering wheel to set up CarPlay. Or make sure your car is in wireless or bluetooth pairing mode. Then on your iPhone go to Settings > General > CarPlay > Available cars and select your car.
Bluetooth was a factory installed option on the 1LT, standard on the 2LT.
Bluetooth is not offered.
If a Bluetooth pairing code is required, chances are it’s printed somewhere on the device, perhaps on a sticker on the bottom or inside the battery compartment.
Look for a system tray icon or button/switch to indicate Bluetooth is on. Make sure your phone is “discoverable” i.e. H. it can be found and recognized by other Bluetooth systems looking for devices to pair.
To reset your system, delete the vehicle profile from your phone and turn off Bluetooth. Delete your phone profile in your vehicle system. Disable Bluetooth in the vehicle if such an option is available. Now enable Bluetooth on your phone and on the vehicle infotainment system and try to connect again.
For Android phones go to Settings > System > Advanced> Reset Options > WiFi, mobile phone & bluetooth. For iOS and iPadOS devices, you need to unpair all your devices (go to Settings > Bluetooth, select the info icon and select the Forget this device option for each device) and then restart your phone or tablet.