My iPhone 11 isn’t connecting. I can see the device on my Honda but I get a connection error everyone I try. My device is on Bluetooth
Depends on which 2019 CR-V model you're looking at.There is a wide range of Apple phones that are compatible, according to the linked site.
Interesting. Setting aside the US base trim LX.....what is different between the EX and Touring Trims that affects connectivity of different iphones models and generations? Does this apply with Carplay too?Depends on which 2019 CR-V model you're looking at.
The EX only supports iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, and 5s but not my SE that's less than four years old. The 5s was released in 2013.
The Touring models have a much longer list of iPhones they support, including the 4 and 5 series noted above and my SE. But even they don't support the iPhone 11, which was only released a couple months ago.
And I don't think it's an iOS issue, as my iPhone SE is running iOS 13.1.1 which was released less one month ago.
Well that answers my question about what is different between a Touring and an EX having a different list of compatible phones.It may be the audio units (aka headunit, aka radio) or Navigation system in the CR-V model.
LX - 39171-TLA-A01
EX - 39101-TLA-A11
EXL - 39101-TLA-A21
EXL Navi - 39101-TLA-A51
Touring Navi - 39101-TLA-A61
What trim level is your CRV?11 pro works fine in our 2017
Delete all the phones on car, reboot the headunit,
Change the iPhone 11 name & re sync it