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Just got an OTA update to version 18AA-2071-001.

These are the changes from the honda document below:


Additions/Enhancements:
• Garmin Navigation app update to version 2.24.
Provides software updates to correct the following potential intermittent errors: • Conceals Wi-Fi password after initial connection setting.
• System resets while driving.
• Apple CarPlay® disconnects while in use.
• Display Audio showing incorrect device name when paired to a Samsung Galaxy Note 5. • Information from the Display Audio appears blank on the meter display.
• Bluetooth® connected pop up message at Ignition ON.
• Brightness mode for the Display Audio and buttons syncing with lighting.
• HondaLink app reports incorrect vehicle information.
• System resets while in Reverse.
• Parking sensor displays Full view, when set to Split view.

https://owners.honda.com/Documentum/ota/2019_Accord_Sedan.pdf
 

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Thanks for the info... just updated mine... was a lot quicker than documentation stated it would take (time most likely will vary depending on your internet speed).

Will be interesting if this actually solves the problem of system resetting while driving for those that have posted about this happening a lot w/their cars. 🙏
 

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Bluetooth only Samsung s10 it is slow to connect. when it dose connect it, no radio .why because the Honda screen thinks I am on a call. i have to press the end call button now the radio works. Crazy same problems I was having before update. android auto dose work
 

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Bluetooth only Samsung s10 it is slow to connect. when it dose connect it, no radio .why because the Honda screen thinks I am on a call. i have to press the end call button now the radio works. Crazy same problems I was having before update. android auto dose work
If you have tried forgetting your phone and repairing it and still have this problem I posted in your bluetooth thread how to do the factory reset.
 

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It's not my phone I have a 2014 Explorer every time bluetooth conects instantly plus I have a headsets Bluetooth and everything else works fine . Except the Honda
That's why I suggested the factory reset. It's like rebooting the system... maybe it's a glitch that a reset/reboot would correct. Other than the pain of having to reenter some of your personal settings it can't hurt anything.
 

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Today I did a factory reset on a Honda system. The results have not been positive . Sometime times bluetooth connects okay. Other times not so good.
Was searching for information for another thread and found this video...

I would think the factory reset you already did was the same (or better) but this one looks like it doesn't delete settings… at least the person posting didn't mention it would.
 

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I can try it but it seems to reboot itself almost every day. Today when I pulled out of the garage and honda couldn't find the Bluetooth it kept searching after a few minutes the system rebooted itself seems to be a faster reboot then previous times. After the quick reboot it immediately found the phone and all was good, also I have a 2019 EXL so mine is push-button no shifter but I will give it a try. And thanks for all your help it's been much appreciated
 

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Hmmm. I haven’t had a reboot happen for a while, but I have been having tons of CarPlay disconnects happening. I was wondering if my cable had gone bad, but now that I think about it it never loses connection when I just have it plugged into a USB charger adapter vs. the dash USB port.
 

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Sometimes you have to:
  1. Un-pair the phone on the car;
  2. Un-pair the car on the phone;
  3. Power off the phone and pull the battery for about 10-20 seconds;
  4. Power up the phone and pair the phone back to the car.
  5. Make sure you do both #1 and #2.
Also, if your phone is Bluetooth connected to another device when you start the car, it may not connect until the other device has dropped the connection. This happens to me at times because my phone is paired to my Bluetooth house phone, and the car and house phones are in range of each other. Once I'm out of range of my house phones, then the phone connects to the car.
 
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