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  1. robertlane


    I just noticed that the title topic should be SyncMyRide.com and not SyncMyRide.co, so I corrected it.
  2. What is VOYO? The World’s Most Advanced Connected Car Technology We have developed the world's most advanced, aftermarket connected car system. At the core of the VOYO platform is the ability to acquire and utilize the large amounts of complex data produced by modern cars. The VOYO controller is based on a specialized, high speed data logger that is typically used by auto companies in their development work. VOYO connects to the OBD-II port of your car, generally located underneath the dash. Any car built since 1996 has one, and most of VOYO’s Standard Features will be supported in a wide number of cars. For certain models/years of GM, Ford and Toyota, you will have the option to add our remote controlled Relays that increase VOYO's fuel savings and add unique security features. Additional makes/models are planned post Kickstarter. Depending on the vehicle, you may also have the option to upgrade to our Premium Pack services. See below for more details on VOYO hardware, Standard Features, Premium Pack services and supported vehicles. By the time your VOYO ships, you will be able to download the free VOYO phone App. It will provide you with a whole new digital experience and allow you to collect a wealth of information about your car as well as control its systems. The App will also guide you through the set up process and confirm that VOYO is correctly installed. The whole system is plug and play and is connected in under 2 minutes. No tools or automotive experience are required. Click here for VOYO's Kickstarter page.
  3. NEW FORD SYNC CONNECT TECHNOLOGY: OWNERS CAN LOCK, UNLOCK, START, LOCATE VEHICLE USING SMARTPHONE Building on SYNC®, Ford adds connected vehicle capability with new SYNC Connect, enabling drivers to access their vehicles using a smartphone app New Escape is the first Ford vehicle in the world with available SYNC Connect, helping owners interact with their vehicle from anywhere; technology debuts in the spring, allowing users to unlock doors, check fuel level, even locate where a vehicle is parked SYNC Connect comes with complimentary five years of service FORD SYNC FORUM - With SYNC® Connect, Ford is enhancing its connected car capability – now making it easier for customers to use by providing remote access to their vehicle features via a smartphone app. “New SYNC Connect provides convenience to Ford owners through an easy-to-use app,” said Don Butler, executive director, Ford Connected Vehicle and Services. “The technology helps you seamlessly integrate your vehicle into your lifestyle. Get locked out? Cold outside? Forget where you parked? No problem. Just use your smartphone.” SYNC Connect makes its global debut in the spring in the new Ford Escape, with other vehicles to follow. The app is connected to a built-in modem in the vehicle – allowing owners to remotely access features via their smartphones. Vehicle features SYNC Connect users can remotely access are: Lock and unlock Remote start, including scheduling a future start: You need to leave at 8 a.m., so you program a remote start for 7:50 a.m., then get in to a running, warm car and drive away comfortably and on time Vehicle status, including fuel, oil and battery levels, along with tire pressure readings Vehicle location – where your car is parked is displayed on a map Owners enable SYNC Connect through a two-step authentication process to protect personal information, confirming setup on the vehicle touch screen and on the mobile application. SYNC Connect plays a key role in Ford Smart Mobility – Ford’s plan to deliver the next level in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, the customer experience and big data. The technology provides the next step forward in enhanced vehicle connectivity, and the foundation for greater capabilities in the future. SYNC Connect comes with complimentary service from Ford for five years. Now in 12 million vehicles globally, Ford SYNC is the industry’s first system to widely and most affordably offer voice-activated technology to control smartphones. New-generation SYNC 3 features fast performance, conversational voice recognition, smartphone-like touch screen, and easy-to-understand graphical interface for a growing number of Ford vehicles in North America.
  4. robertlane

    Trac Phones

    Not sure which model you're wanting to know about. My Samsung is powered by Trac Phone (Straight Talk) and it works great.
  5. robertlane

    2015 Ford Edge

    Not sure. You can check out the http://www.FordEdgeForum.com to see if somebody on their knows.
  6. robertlane

    Greetings all!

    Hi, Rick. Welcome to the Ford SYNC Forum. Are you on any Fusion Forums? If not, hop on over to the http://www.FordFusionForum.com
  7. robertlane


    Welcome! I wasn't aware that the Ford Fusion was available in the M.E.
  8. I put a USB thumb drive into my 2011 Fiesta and it disabled SYNC until I turned the car off when I got to work. After leaving work (with the USB drive out), the SYNC worked fine again. Dunno.
  9. robertlane

    How long till I get a VIN?

    Getting a VIN can take many weeks. At what site/URL can you check your build status?
  10. robertlane

    New to forum

    Welcome to the site There is also a forum just for the Escape: FordEscapeForum.com. Hope to see you over there.
  11. With the addition of a 2011 Ford Fiesta, I am new to the SYNC community! I've only had my Fiesta for four days now and I love it. The SYNC already has me spoiled. Not sure how to use everything just yet, but I will learn quickly. I have four other Fords: 2006 E350, Shelby GT500KR (x2) and a Shelby Terlingua. Robert My Lime Squeeze Fiesta. :wub: