Bluetooth wireless technology is built into a wide range of products from medical devices to cars and mobile phones. Bluetooth technology was in invented in 1994 by engineers at Ericsson, a Swedish company. In 1998 a group of companies formed the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), as a way to connect their products. The organization is devoted to maintain the technology and allow for no single company to “own” Bluetooth technology,
From an automotive perspective, Bluetooth offers the ability to utilize your personal cellphone through an in-car system. It offers safety and convenience of a factory installed car phone combined with the freedom of a handheld cellphone. Using Bluetooth simply changes the device on which your calls are received. Your phone number stays the same and charges appear on your regular cell phone bill. Drivers can operate their cell phones either through the cars controls or via hands free voice activation.
We have provided a video tutorial on how to pair your Bluetooth device with a 2013 Camry.