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Please check the Aha™ website: http://www.aharadio.com/
When your phone is connected (or synced) to the audio system and the Aha™ application is running on your phone, the system is designed to start up Aha™ automatically. In order to prevent this from happening, simply turn off the Aha™ application on your smartphone.
There may be a problem with the communications or server environment synchronization. Try switching out of Aha™ mode, and switching back in at a later time when a better cell data connection is available.
A maximum of 25 Aha™ preset stations are displayed on the Subaru audio system screen. You can change the order of your Aha™ preset stations within the application itself on your smartphone. Simply press the 'Menu' button, and press 'Edit Presets' to change the priority order of preset stations within Aha™.
You will need to login to 3rd party services like Slacker, Facebook, and Twitter in order for some preset stations to operate properly. This must be done within the smartphone application itself, and cannot be done from your navigation screen. Please disconnect your smartphone from the vehicle, enter the application, and login to those services that are not working (while the vehicle is parked, or not running).
Some functions within the Aha™ application will continue downloading data, even when you are not actively running Aha™ as an audio source (podcasts, for example will continue to download until all content is completed for that episode). If this is an issue, please pull over at a safe time/place and stop the Aha™ application on your smartphone while the vehicle is parked or not running. Stopping the Aha™ application (assuming all other smartphone applications are not currently running) will resolve any further data downloads by the application.
The Aha™ application requires a reliable cell data connection with your smartphone, and like other software applications can sometimes experience conflicts with other applications running on your device. Pull over at a safe time/place, park the vehicle, and try restarting the application. If this does not work, try rebooting the smartphone device. Also check your cell data coverage to ensure you have a good signal. If you do not, the Aha™ application may not work properly.
Slacker has both free and subscription-based content. Non-subscribers may not be able to access all content on Slacker stations within the Aha™ application. Please refer to Slacker's website:http://www.slacker.com/support/ for more information.
When you select a specific POI (Point of Interest) within the Aha™ source environment, you can send the address of that POI to your navigation system as a quick destination. Please see the Aha™ Owner's Manual Supplement for more information.
Location-based stations are listed as preset stations within the Aha™ source environment on your audio screen. You can ensure they are within your Top 25 preset stations by editing station priority within the Aha™ application on your smartphone.
Data shown on your Subaru audio screen depends on the cell data signal you are receiving, as the data is coming to your smartphone, then to the audio system over Bluetooth® audio protocol inside the car. If you do not have an adequate cell data signal, sometimes audio playback will occur without a graphic or station picture shown. You may want to switch to another audio source until you have an adequate cell data signal.
The Subaru audio system requires the Aha™ application to be running in order to activate Aha™ as a source in your vehicle. Once the Aha™ application is running on your smartphone device, the Aha™ source should be active on your navigation audio screen display.
If the Subaru audio system receives incorrect data from the Aha™ application, there is no response from the smartphone device while the application is actively running as a source, or a Bluetooth® communication error with an Android™ device occurs, this message may appear. In this case, make sure you pull over at a safe place/time, park the vehicle and try restarting the application. You may also need to re-sync your Bluetooth® connection if this is an Android device. If restarting the Aha™ application does not work, you may need to reboot your smartphone device. Consult the Aha™ Owner's Manual Supplement for more information.
If you receive this type of message, communications with the Aha™ application server are experiencing difficulty. You may temporarily not be able to use the Aha™ source in your Subaru vehicle at that time. Switch to another audio source, and try using the Aha™ source/application at a later time. Consult the Aha™ Owner's Manual Supplement for more information.
These sources all depend on the speed/type of processor & memory in your smartphone or audio device. In some devices, switching sources may cause a delay before playback occurs due to device processing capability.
http://www.subaru.com/engineering/technology/aha.html has compatibility information for Subaru audio systems and most popular phones on the market.
There are many different brands and types of Android smartphone devices on the market today. Many have slightly different feature sets and functionality. You may need to manually start the Aha™ application on your smartphone, depending on what features your smartphone maker supports.
Audio over Bluetooth® wireless protocol can sometimes be interfered with, particularly if the device is 'visible' and trying to connect with other devices. This may be due to your smartphone device specification(s), and is not an issue with your Subaru audio system.
When you receive a message "Confirmed connection with the mobile telephone" is displayed on your Subaru audio system, it is possible that Bluetooth® streaming audio may not be connected. It is necessary for Bluetooth® streaming audio to be connected in order to operate the Aha™ application environment properly (Android devices). Please select "Bluetooth® --> Connect Phone/Audio Device" from the "Info" menu, and adjust your Android device Bluetooth® preferences as necessary to connect your smartphone device properly. Please see the Subaru Navigation System Owner's Manual for more information on how to properly connect your smartphone device's Bluetooth® audio streaming capability.
Activate the phone address forwarding setting on your smartphone device. Refer to the details in your smartphone or device Owner's Manual for instructions on how to do this.
A problem may have occurred in the communication between your smartphone device, and the Aha™ server. Please close and restart the Aha™ application once the car is stopped, and in park at a safe and appropriate place/time.
Android and Apple® devices utilize different protocols, requirements, hardware, and connection methods in order to get the Aha™ application data into your Subaru audio system. Therefore, there may be differences in connection/operation performance of the unique operating systems, as well as devices that utilize the same operating systems.
The Subaru Mobile Internet runs over the largest nationwide 3G network and is available all over the United States. Please see the coverage map.
Monthly subscription starts at $19.95 a month for 1GB of data. A 5GB data plan is also available for $59 a month. A one time activation fee of $35 will also apply.
Yes, a 1-year service contract is required.
The Subaru Mobile Intenet may by activated via the web at http://www.autonetmobile.com/signup. Fill out the Service Agreement and enter the Promo code SUBARU.
All Wi-Fi enabled devices will work with Autonet Mobile. Macs, laptops, PSPs, PDAs, iPhone®, iPod® Touch, PDAs, etc.
It's very easy to use. No software or setup required. It works like any other WiFi hotspot. Just connect, launch your browser and surf.
Yes. The WiFi connection is secured with WEP encryption, MAC address restriction or WAN port restriction. Supports WPA/WPA2 encryption. Also supports VPN pass-through. Public hotspots do not offer security.
Over the 3G network, download speeds average from 400kbps-800kbps. Upload ranges from 128kbps-300kbps. When not on 3G the average download is 120kbps-200kbps and 50kbps-100kbps for upload.
You can access the router for up to 150ft around the vehicle.
My Autonet Mobile allows you to take a closer look at your router's usage and to test threshold limits to notify you when you're close to reaching the usage you set.
Yes. The other 2010 or 2011 Outback would also need a router mounting base which must be purchased separately.
Autonet Mobile is the Internet Service Provider and does not work with your existing carrier. You will need to subscribe to their service in order to take advantage of having a Wi-Fi hotspot in your car.
If you exceed your monthly data plan of 1GB or 5GB, your connection speed will decrease until the new month starts. The throttling is progressive. The more you exceed your limit the slower your connection.
A month to month plan is not available. A one year contract is required.
You cannot suspend or cancel your contract without penalties. If you cancel your subscription during your contract period, you will be responsible for 50% of the remaining balance.
If your are experiencing problems with the Subaru Mobile Internet, call 1-800-SUBARU3,
Currently, the Subaru Mobile Internet is only available in the U.S.