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2020-06-05
Pairing Your Phone to Your PIDD

Your phone can be paired to your Polaris Interactive Digital Display (PIDD) by Bluetooth®.

Before connecting, refer to your phone's user manual. Review how to connect your phone to a Bluetooth® device. Review the different types of connections offered by your phone manufacturer and how the connection type affects information sharing.

Also verify that your phone is equipped with Bluetooth® and that Bluetooth® is turned on. Note that some of the features and functionality of your PIDD may vary due to the operations software on your phone.

PIDD buttons

Enabling/Disabling Bluetooth®
1. Press any key to display the PIDD screen icons.

2. Press Key 3 to display the main menu options.

3. Toggle to PHONE. Press Key 3 to select.

4. The phone main menu screen displays.

5. Press Key 3 to turn Bluetooth® on or off.

Bluetooth connected

The display will remember the state of Bluetooth® at the next power-up. It automatically will connect to a paired device following the order set in the priority list. Only one device can be connected to the PIDD at a time.

Bluetooth® Settings
1. With the phone main menu screen displayed, press Key 4 to open Bluetooth® Settings.

2. When the display opens Bluetooth® Settings, it becomes discoverable to other Bluetooth® devices. After 5 seconds the display will start searching for devices.

3. When the search is completed, the PIDD displays any devices found. Press Key 4 to toggle through the list. The indicators at the lower right edge of the screen indicate whether the selected device is paired and/or connected.

4. The PIDD will perform the search again every 10 seconds until the device is paired.

Bluetooth settings

The display will not search for devices again unless one of the following occurs:

  • You exit and re-enter the display
  • The device is disconnected

Devices must be discoverable to show up in the list. Your phone settings may need to be changed to allow notifications, missed calls and missed text messages to display.

  • A blue color indicator means the device is paired but not connected.
  • A green color indicator means the device is paired and connected.
  • A lack of color indicator means the device is not paired.

Pairing From the Device
To pair from the device, follow the device's instructions to pair with the display. Accept the request on the display when it appears. The device automatically will connect after pairing.

If an error occurs during training or if the pairing is rejected by either device, the "Pairing Canceled" screen displays.

Pairing canceled screen

Connecting a Formerly Paired Device
1. To connect a device that was previously paired, toggle to the device in the display. Press Key 3.

2. After connecting, the display will request the number of missed calls and update the display.

Connecting phone

Note that phone compatibility may vary. Some functions are dependent on phone settings that must be set by the user. Refer to your phone's user manual for more information.

Disconnecting a Device
To disconnect a device, toggle to the device in the display. Press Key 3.

Disconnect

Unpairing a Device
1. If the device is connected, disconnect the device before unpairing.

2. To unpair a device, toggle to the device in the display. Press Key 3 to unpair.

3. The confirmation screen displays. Press Key 3 to confirm.

Unpair

Changing Automatic Connection Priority
1. To change which device automatically connects, toggle to the desired device in the display. Press Key 1 to display the priority screen.

2. Press Key 3 to move the selected device up the list.

3. Press Key 5 to exit.

Priority list

When Your Phone is Connected
If a phone call is received while the phone is connected, the caller's name (if available) or phone number (if supported) displays. Press Key 5 to acknowledge and remove the notification. Note that you can't answer phone calls through your PIDD. 

Phone call notification

If the text messaging symbol in the upper left corner of the display does not illuminate (in white), the device either is not connected or is not compatible with this feature. Check your phone's text notification settings to make sure this feature is enabled.

How to View Missed Calls
1. With the phone main menu screen displayed, press Key 1 to request missed calls. The screen displays the phone symbol and "Reading Data."

Reading data screen

2. If an error occurs during the request, an error message screen displays. Press Key 3 to accept.

  • For a "Data Request Timeout" message, press Key 3 to repeat the request.
  • For a "Data Error from Phone" message, verify that your phone is compatible and that Bluetooth® is turned on before repeating the request.

3. If the phone is compatible, the screen displays the most recent missed calls (up to 20) or "No Missed Calls."

4. Press Key 2 or Key 4 to toggle through the list.

5. Press Key 3 to refresh the list.

Viewing the Unread Text Messages List
1. With the phone main menu screen displayed, press Key 2 to request unread text messages. The screen displays the text message symbol and "Reading Data." To switch between Missed Calls and Unread Text Messages while navigating either menu, press Key 1.

2. If an error occurs during the request, an error message screen displays.

  • For a "Data Request Timeout" message, press Key 3 to accept. Press Key 1 to repeat the request.
  • For a "Data Error from Phone" message, press Key 3 to accept. Verify that your phone is compatible and that Bluetooth® is turned on before repeating the request.

3. If the phone is compatible, the screen will display a list of the unread messages. If there are no unread messages since the device was paired, "No new messages since connected" displays. Most Android phones will display all unread messages. Other phones may display unread messages only since connection with the display.

4. Press Key 2 or Key 4 to toggle through the list.

5. Press Key 3 to refresh the list.

If Bluetooth® is Not Responding
Press Key 3 to reboot or press Key 5 to cancel. Bluetooth® may not be functional until the device is rebooted.

Bluetooth not responding

To learn more about your PIDD, consult the PIDD User's Guide.
For more information, see your Polaris Dealer. To find a dealer near you, use the Dealer Locator.

Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth Sig, Inc.

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