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So I picked up my Supertech from the dealer this week, one of the first in Australia I'm told which is pretty exciting. Ive fitted a short smoke windshield to the grey supertech, looks pretty neat - will post pictures in the coming days.

I've come up against an issue pairing Bluetooth earbuds with the scooter with the Vespa Mia app - it just crashes when you attempt to add hardware - is anyone else having the same issues?
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There are so few SuperTech's we're going to have to start an "all things SuperTech thread" to keep it all together. There's definitely a learning curve with the ST that's not there with the other Modern Vespas.

What I've found is that my comm. system and my iphone have to be paired to the bike and not to one another. The bike's system has to be the link between the phone and Sena comm. system. I have to go into my phone's bluetooth list and disconnect my comm system before it will connect to the bike's system, called "BTrouter" on my ST, before the systems will work together as advertised.

I'm still trying to figure out how to shut off the service light because I do most of my own service.
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Ah I'll try that. I have the headset connected to the phone as I assumed that it was some sort of handoff to the bike when you did it through the app.

Have tweeted Vespa for support but nada. There appears to be very little support.

My ASR light is constantly on, as in the switch has no effect, however if you do live tracking in the app, it turns on and off with the switch, the light just doesn't come off. Dealer is in the same boat - has to check with Vespa.

Solved my own problem with previous windscreen question - old hardware / brackets fit fine.
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I am having the sam Russia with pairing my headset to the bike via the Vespa app. It just crashes and will not allow any device management
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Same issue not Sam Russia
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Hi! The only way that ive found is to use an android phone.

Once you've done that you can disconnect the android phone and play your music from the iPhone.

You just use the android as a connector.

Don't try vespa support they don't even reply.
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I will give it a try thank you!
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Pairing with and android phone worked, thanks so much for the help!
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