I connected the bluetooth on my phone to receive and make calls.
Ever since then on start up it comes up with a black screen that INSISTS that I 'connect'. There is really nothing one can do but accept. It ALWAYS comes up 'connection' 'OK'.
No, NOT OK.
To get rid of the screen requires several button presses.
It will ALWAYS come up with FM on 87MHZ hissing away, no matter what the setting was when turned off. I had started setting the option 'BT music source', as suggested else where, and that was working OK until I was dumb enough to connect my phone to make a call.
There is NOTHING one can do but accept a connection to Renault with your phone if you are dumb enough to want to use your phone hands free.
Really, it is a complete disaster of software bullying the owner, and is another dismal example of programmers too stunted in their view of the world to do anything like giving users any sort of 'choice'.
Very very annoyed about it.
If one powers off the sound system to 'standby' one then looses the bluetooth connection to the phone; no more 'handsfree' connection.
Very bad, frankly.
Really, the software on the Soul was crap because it was slow and clunky. But at least it didn't FORCE you into doing certain things. The Zoe is fast and slick, but you have to comply with ITS demands.
If I have missed something, then please let me know.
Incidentally, another complaint I have with the Zoe I've noticed, the DAB sound quality is very poor on mine. The music quality is considerably better on FM. I think the DAB decoder is not good, or perhaps, I don't know, another software designer's bad deeds, if the signal is poor the data rate goes down?
Welcome to 2015. I had about 7 tickets logged with Rlink support team, had them active for about 4 years before I gave up .