Remote control of multimedia functions
Once the rider headset has been successfully paired and connected to the bike together with your smartphone (as indicated by the dedicated icons on the vehicle dashboard), you will be able to manage phone and audio function directly from the ‘mode’ selector on the right side of the handlebar.
The list of functions available is reported in the table below:
Play-Pause music -> short press of center button
Next track -> long press of up button
Previous track -> long press of down button
Volume up -> short press of up button
Volume down -> short press of down button
Stop music management -> long press of center button
Answer incoming call -> short press of center button
Reject incoming call -> long press of center button
Recall last missed -> long press of center button
Volume up with active call -> short press of up button
Volume down with active call -> short press of down button
Dismiss lost call popup -> short press of any button
Activate intercom -> long press of down button when music or call are not active
Activate voice assistant -> long press of ‘heated grip’ button on the left of the handlebar (see vehicle user manual)
All the multimedia functions (eg. start of a playlist or starting a call) must be activated through voice commands keeping the hands on the handlebar.
The intercom function is available if two headsets with different roles (rider and passenger) have been paired and are actually connected to the vehicle.
WARNING: IF NO HEADSET IS CONNECTED TO THE VEHICLE NO MULTIMEDIA FUNCTION WILL WORK PROPERLY. WHEN A SMARTPHONE IS CONNECTED TO THE MOTO GUZZI MIA' SYSTEM ALL THE AUDIO STREAM ARE DIRECTED TO IT BY DEFAULT SO IT'S NOT POSSIBLE TO LISTEN AUDIO FROM SMARTPONE SPEAKERS OR HEADSET DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO THE SMARTPHONE UNLESS THE DESTINATION OF AUDIO IS MANUALLY SWITCHED.
WARNING: REMOTE VOLUME CONTROL MAY HAVE BEEN DISABLED BY THE HEADSET MANUFACTURER OR IMPLEMENT A PROPETARY PROTOCOL. FOR SUCH A REASON IN SOME CASES THE MIA SYSTEM MAY BE UNABLE TO REALIZE VOLUME CONTROL FROM THE HANDLEBAR.