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Hiya

I have just bought a Holox BT-321 to use with my SPV M500 in our car (when we get it!), need to buy TomTom software to go with the pair of them, and I have followed the instructions for the BT-321 and it talks about Bluetooth Manager and its not on my M500, so I cant do it. My phone shows it is paired and is blinking blue, but the lights on the Holox-321 shows solid lights.

Can I download the Bluetooth Manager and install it on my M500? If so where do I get it from?

If I dont need the bluetooth manager, does anyone know exactly how to make sure the two items are paired?

Sorry for all the questions.

Thanks in advance.

Catherine xx

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Hiya

I have just bought a Holox BT-321 to use with my SPV M500 in our car (when we get it!), need to buy TomTom software to go with the pair of them, and I have followed the instructions for the BT-321 and it talks about Bluetooth Manager and its not on my M500, so I cant do it. My phone shows it is paired and is blinking blue, but the lights on the Holox-321 shows solid lights.

Can I download the Bluetooth Manager and install it on my M500? If so where do I get it from?

If I dont need the bluetooth manager, does anyone know exactly how to make sure the two items are paired?

Sorry for all the questions.

Thanks in advance.

Catherine xx


Hi Catherine.

If you go to the start button, and settings, and then hit the connections tab you'll find a Bluetooth option (hopefuly)

In there, you can turn bluetooth on, and go the Devices tab, and click add new device.

Bare in mind, some versions of TomTom require a serial port set up, so if your M500 asks, say yes to setting one of these up...

Thanks, Chris

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