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Not sure what "y20" means so I will ask: do you want to pair a cell or an audio device?
 

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Sorry, mine is slightly different...I have "info" and "setup" below the "mute".
 

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There's a demo on YT that has a y20 (sounds like Spanish) and the radio has the "info and setup"?! Kinda weird!
I would think if you don't have the BT logo on the radio...it is not capable.
 

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There's a demo on YT that has a y20 (sounds like Spanish) and the radio has the "info and setup"?! Kinda weird!
I would think if you don't have the BT logo on the radio...it is not capable.
But i have the bluetooth logo so, how can it be possible?
 

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There must be a button that acts as the setup, then you use the tuning knob to select BT, then you press the tuning knob, then you will have a selection for pairing.
Sorry I can't give you better info!
 

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There must be a button that acts as the setup, then you use the tuning knob to select BT, then you press the tuning knob, then you will have a selection for pairing.
Sorry I can't give you better info!
Can you help me looking for that button?
 

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Since I have the setup button I could only guess as you...maybe someone with the same radio will "chime-in"!
 

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Maybe you can make sense of these Hyundai instructions that involve "single disc" and "cd changer" buttons:

https://tinyurl.com/ya2nff4u
 

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Try pushing the right nob button for "Audio". That should bring up some menu. Turn the nob to the right/left and go to "BT" menu. From there you should be able to enable pair your phone. Then, in the future, you press AUX to get to your phone bluetooth(when phone is connected). You may have to press AUX more than once to get to the phone if you have an AUX cable or USB drive connected.
 

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Try pushing the right nob button for "Audio". That should bring up some menu. Turn the nob to the right/left and go to "BT" menu. From there you should be able to enable pair your phone. Then, in the future, you press AUX to get to your phone bluetooth(when phone is connected). You may have to press AUX more than once to get to the phone if you have an AUX cable or USB drive connected.
It’s only bring bass, treble and things like that only when i push that bottom
 

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From what I can find, your radio was not offered in a US model YF. What country was it made for?
 

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Hrm. Looks like they have a different radio than what I have ever seen. It shows Bluetooth logo on the plastic, but it seems it does not have Bluetooth capability. Also, no buttons on the steering wheel for hands-free, and I'd imagine no microphone on the roof by the sun visor.
 

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Hrm. Looks like they have a different radio than what I have ever seen. It shows Bluetooth logo on the plastic, but it seems it does not have Bluetooth capability. Also, no buttons on the steering wheel for hands-free, and I'd imagine no microphone on the roof by the sun visor.
You are right
 

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Looks like bad or lazy mfg where they put the bluetooth logo but should not have. If you have the aux 3.5mm jack, you can use something like this:
[ame]https://www.amazon.com/Mpow-Bluetooth-Receiver-Streaming-Hands-free/dp/B008AGQMQC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1527877104&sr=8-1&keywords=bluetooth+to+aux[/ame]
 
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