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Is it possible to have the car remember bluetooth settings? I prefer to plug in so my phone charges at same time, and I don't have to keep hitting the "allow pandora" on my phone, but it always defaults back to connecting both phone and audio via bluetooth. Anyway around that?
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Did you try turning Bluetooth off?
No because I need it connected for my phone, that is why I want it phone only and not audio...But I do not like having to go and change the settings manually every time I get in the car.
 

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In bluetooth settings on the phone disable audio output for the Mazda connection. The phone should then let the car see it as a phone only connection. However doing this would stop any audio output from the phone from coming through the stereo at all (except for phone calls).
 
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