Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Bluetooth Compatibility

You can use your Bluetooth-capable phone hands-free in Model Y provided your phone is within operating range. Although Bluetooth typically supports wireless communication over distances of up to approximately 30 feet (nine meters), performance can vary based on the phone you are using.

Before using your phone with Model Y, you must pair it. Pairing sets up Model Y to work with your Bluetooth- capable phone (see Pairing a Bluetooth Phone).

NOTE: Authenticating your phone to use as a key (see Keys) does not also allow you to use the phone hands-free, play media from it, etc. You must also pair it as described below.

You can pair up to ten Bluetooth phones. Unless you've specified a specific phone as a Priority Device or if the phone specified as Priority Device is not within range, Model Y always connects to the last phone that was used (provided it is within range). To connect to a different phone, see Bluetooth Compatibility.

NOTE: On many phones, Bluetooth turns off if the phone's battery is low.

NOTE: In addition to phones, you can pair other Bluetooth-enabled devices with Model Y. For example, you can pair an iPod Touch, an iPad, an Android tablet, etc. from which you can play music.

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