How do I connect to Bluetooth in a Honda Odyssey?

It’s my turn to drive the delivery van at work this week, and I’d like to listen to Spotify while I’m on my route. How does the Bluetooth feature work in a Honda Odyssey?

Mary Cahill · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Honda’s Bluetooth setup is very user-friendly. Connect Bluetooth in a
Honda Odyssey
by syncing your phone with the van’s touchscreen multimedia system.
Before you start syncing, make sure Bluetooth is activated on your smartphone. Begin pairing by pressing the “Home” button on the top left of the multimedia screen. Then, press “Phone” and “Yes” to add your phone as a paired device.
You should see your phone appear on the list of paring options—if you do, press it to link it to the Odyssey. If you don’t, try opening the Bluetooth settings menu on your phone and pressing the pairing option called HandsFreeLink, which is Honda’s Bluetooth function.
Once you’ve established a Bluetooth connection, the Honda Odyssey will remember your phone when you’re inside the van. Not only is Bluetooth great for streaming audio from your phone, but it also helps keep you focused on the road rather than your phone. That’s a great way to avoid a
distracted driving
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