Phone button on steering wheel - jumps to phone menu in MFD. It also hangs up the phone and answers the phone.
Phone button on RNS - jumps to phone menu on RNS.
Phone button overhead - activates voice control and there are other indications in the MFD that something is happening. I think it also works to skip calls and hang up and answer calls. I think it may also allow you to switch to using the phone instead of the car fro a private call.
Microphone on steering wheel - mutes stereo
9W7 after VAG-COM
I didn't do this and may not, but I think the only change is that the microphone button on the steering wheel becomes a second buton with the same functions as the overhead phone button. Essentially it just adds the voice activation from the steering wheel.
Very similar to Jay's explanation of 9W3 at link below, but the voice commands are different
Last edited by ksing44; 08-04-2010 at 09:29 AM.
2010 Golf TDI - Blue (BGM), 4-Dr, 6-Manual, Sunroof, Xenon, Dynaudio, Nav (RNS-510), Euro light switch, 9W7 BT, R Tinted LED Tail Lights, Monte Carlo 17" x 7.5" ET47 wheels, 235/45/17 Michelin Primacy MXM4 tires, P3Cars Digital Interface, Sonniboy sunshades, CP3 HPFP!
Flickr slideshow of my TDI
I am surprised such a new advanced phone would have isssues like this... too advanced maybe
Is iPinch / Jay watching this thread... I believe you own an iPhone 4 and could answer this question with your off the lot 2011's.. thanx buddy
Guys I am late to the party, but thanks to Steve from Euronavsolutions I finally got my 9w7 module and slapped it right in this morning!
I haven't had a chance to mess with it too much yet but I am really psyched and can't thank Steve enough for his great service!
Edit: just want to insist, if anyone wants to go ahead and upgrade, Steve's prices can't be beat and he is 100% a stand up guy, so don't be shy...
Last edited by FoneTap; 08-06-2010 at 10:38 AM.
iPhone 4's are still pretty hard to come by up here in Canada, you have to wait for 30-45-60 mins at apple stores and if you don't get there early they sell out for the day and you are SOL until the next delivery...
Got mine installed as well. Might be worth mentioning that if you keep getting a "module not coded" error, just copy and paste the existing coding and "do it!" and the error will go away.
I get battery, signal but no phonebook with my old Motorola i880 (Nextel). Well worth the price just to have the voice commands, though.
I saw a third icon I could not identify for awhile, but it went away and I've not seen it since.
2010 CW Golf TDI DSG 2DR - Euroswitch - LED tails, turns - Clear corners - GTI sideskirts - Audi stainless tips - Porto alloy spare - Plastic battery box - 9W7 Bluetooth
2013 RS Golf 2.5 6AT 2DR - Bone stock
How many of you with an iPhone 4 who get the battery and iPod icons to show up also have access to a VAGCOM? It may be coding of 09, 17 or 77...
I don't get them:
Address 09: Cent. Elect. (J519) Labels: 1K0-937-08x-09.clb
Part No SW: 1K0 937 087 G HW: 1K0 937 087 G
Component: BCM PQ35 H+ 103 0536
Revision: 00103 AC
Coding: 6F180A3A90272AC48088008574008D0445052086534D856064 8020200000
Shop #: WSC 02149 444 84394
Part No: 1K1 955 119 E
Component: Wischer 29080 21 0501
Address 17: Instruments (J285) Labels: 5K0-920-xxx-17.clb
Part No SW: 5K0 920 970 L HW: 5K0 920 970 L
Component: KOMBI H05 0206
Serial number: 00000000000000
Shop #: WSC 01357 011 00200
ASAM Dataset: EV_Kombi_UDS_VDD_RM09 A04040
Address 77: Telephone (J412) Labels: None
Part No SW: 7P6 035 730 C HW: 7P6 035 730 C
Component: TELEFON H05 0440
Revision: 1B001001 Serial number: 00007667974335
Shop #: WSC 00000 000 00000
ASAM Dataset: UHVNA A01007
Sorry guys, cross post from the 9w7 on RCD post:
I have two questions.
1) I am not necessarily looking to code my module in as using the overhead button for PTT is fine for me, but if it throws a "module not coded" fault when I bring the car in for service, that could be an issue, as my car is a lease and my dealership is incredibly anal about anything getting replaced. (You should change dealerships, yes I know thanks, next nearest one is pretty far away though) Am I correct in assuming the next time I get my car plugged in it will throw a fault ?
2) Anyone else who does not use A2DP fed up with the incessant "Activate Bluetooth Audio?" prompts?
like I've said before many times, if it shows module incorrectly coded, all you have to do is copy the current coding, re-apply it and save, it will go away.
And not sure what prompts you are talking about, when do you get those prompts ?
Whenever there is a sound generated by the phone, such as a text message, or when you shut the screen off, the bluetooth module lets the head unit know a sound was generated by the phone, so the head unit asks you, "Activate bluetooth Audio?"Originally Posted by 71sbeetle
Obviously you would only get this prompt if you have de-activated bluetooth audio in the first place.