Pairing Your Smartphone to Your Honda Using Near Field Communication Technology
What Is the N Symbol for On the 2018 Honda Accord Dashboard?
Your brand new 2018 Honda Accord is full of exciting technology features. Of course, it can take some time to learn about all the capabilities and how to use them. For example, you may have noticed a small N symbol on the dashboard of your 2018 Honda Accord. What is it and what does it do? That’s what we’re here to tell you.
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See, with your Accord, pairing your smartphone to your vehicle’s Bluetooth can be easier than ever. That’s because the N on the dashboard stands for Near Field Communication, or NFC.
How to Use Near Field Communication In the 2018 Honda Accord
First of all, you’ll want to ensure that you have a smartphone that is NFC compatible. Many new devices are, but you can check the owner’s manual for your phone to make sure.
In order to pair your phone with the vehicle, all you need to do is touch the back of your phone to the NFC logo, the N symbol on the dashboard. This will cause the NFC Manager screen to appear in your vehicle’s infotainment screen.
From here, select “Connect Device to Vehicle Bluetooth.” Then, touch the back of your phone to the NFC logo again. Doing so will cause a notification to appear on the phone, which you can accept in order to finalize the pairing process.
[ CHECK IT OUT: Hilton Head Honda How-To Videos ]As you can see, syncing your smartphone to your vehicle’s Bluetooth requires no cords or difficult instructions with the 2018 Honda Accord. The availability of the Near Field Communication technology makes this process easier than ever. To learn more about everything Honda, be sure to check back to the Hilton Head Honda blog for more tips, tricks and resources.