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Introducing BRP Connect, a technology that provides access to smartphone apps directly onto the display of your Can-Am Spyder vehicle.
Find out how to properly set up your smartphone so you can take full advantage of BRP Connect.
Tour the BRP Connect app to get acquainted with its main menus and functionnalities.
Get familiar with BRP Connect's navigation and orientation solutions. The video features the Genius Maps and Rever apps plus the Maps functionnality.
BRP Connect is a technology that enables some of your smartphone apps to directly access the Can-Am Spyder instrument cluster. The apps are optimized in a couple of critical ways in order to make for a more pleasant and safe riding experience:
Riders can therefore get directions, listen to their favorite music, check the weather and share experiences while enjoying the open road.
BRP Connect is available on Can-Am Spyder F3-S Special Series, F3-T, F3 Limited, RT and RT Limited packages.
Touch control is currently very popular as it is an intuitive way to interact with a display. Touch screen control, however, has compromises that can be best handled by "button control":
You must first ensure your smartphone device is properly paired to the vehicle via Bluetooth and properly connected via the USB cable.
Once in the standard gauge view, you can easily toggle between the standard and the BRP Connect views by using the button located close to the index on the left handlebar. Alternatively, you can press the center portion of the joystick to access the gauge's menu. BRP Connect is located at the top of the menu.
Holding down the center button will show the BRP Connect home screen where another App can be selected.
The BRP Connect app and BRP Connect compatible apps normally require access to cellular data. It is, however, possible to access BRP Connect and use apps that offer offline capabilities.
For example, with Genius Maps you have access to road navigation information without using cellular data since the app is available offline.
Technical data related to the smartphone (model and OS), the vehicle (type, model or VIN), the BRP Connect app configuration or the GPS data of your smartphone may be processed by BRP Connect and/or third party apps to enable specific functionalities of BRP Connect. This information is transferred in a way that, unless specified, the data cannot be traced back to the owner or possessor of the smartphone or to the individual user of BRP Connect.
It is not possible to use the smartphone once it is connected to BRP Connect because the handset automatically goes into ‘’lock’’ mode.
BRP Connect can be used and operated world wide. BRP active support of the technology is however limited to the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States.
The following languages are supported by BRP Connect: Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. BRP Connect’s language automatically follows the default language of the smartphone. It is not possible to change the language of the app manually within the BRP Connect app, only from the language menu of the smart phone’s operating system.
BRP Connect does not support tablets at this time.
You can download the BRP Connect app through a cellular data or Wi-Fi connection. However, using a Wi-Fi is recommended to reduce data costs and ensure a strong connection.
BRP Connect is only available on select new units at the moment. It is not possible to upgrade a unit that does not currently have BRP Connect.
Yes. Any smartphone that has the BRP Connect app can connect with a vehicle supporting BRP Connect. Please note the phone must also establish a Bluetooth connection.
The vehicle finder allows you to store the location of your vehicle (or any other location you wish to remember). The feature is relatively rich as it also allows you to take a picture of the location you left your vehicle at, take notes (e.g. number of the parking spot) and also navigate back to your stored location. Only one location can be saved at a time.
The version of the BRP Connect app installed on your device can easily be found within the option menu (upper left button from the home screen). Choose the “information” sub-menu and then “version.” The app version is in the third section.
Please reach out to BRP Customer Service or contact your local BRP dealer for additional assistance.
The following steps must be completed only during initial configuration of BRP Connect:
Note that once connected to BRP Connect, your phone will be locked and you must then use the vehicle controls on the handlebar to access BRP Connect.
Once these initial steps are completed, steps 3 and 4 are the only ones that must be repeated.
Head to your respective app store (Apple App Store or Google Play Store), search for BRP Connect and download the app. Open the app in order to go through the initial setup procedures.
You can connect your phone in the glove compartment. The Can-Am Spyder F3 Limited and RT Limited packages have a USB input available in their rear cargo, but that input is offered to provide a phone charge to a second phone and is not compatible with BRP Connect.
You can do so via the settings menu of the vehicle's instrument cluster. A detailed procedure is available in the owner's manual.
Ensure your smartphone is not locked (i.e. you have your apps in front of you, no need for a PIN, password or any other unlock procedures) when connecting it to the vehicle. Also make sure the smartphone is connected to the proper USB port and that you use a good quality USB cable, i.e. the one usually provided by your phone's manufacturer. If this does not work, validate if your device is compatible by referring to the appropriate question above.
First, ensure the volume of your audio system is not muted and/or too low.
Second, ensure your smartphone is properly paired via Bluetooth. You can access the Bluetooth menu by accessing the "settings" menu (the sprocket icon) from the standard view of the gauge. Then choose "Bluetooth" and "Phone." The system will confirm whether or not your phone is paired with the vehicle.
BRP recommends the use of an original phone, OEM USB cable to connect a smartphone to the vehicle.
The phone must be stored next to the vehicle's USB connector: in the glove compartment.
BRP Connect supports the following devices:
BRP Connect has been successfully tested with, and therefore supports, the following operating systems (OSes):
Bluetooth connectivity does not offer enough bandwidth to send the data loads related to video output. It can only handle audio. Hence there is need for a hardwire connection.
Not at all. The initial setup requires more time to ensure your device is properly integrated with BRP Connect and that you are comfortable with the different authorizations required to use BRP Connect. From there, the day-to-day connection is relatively straightforward.
Make sure of the following:
If this fails to solve the problem, check if your device is supported by BRP Connect (see question to that effect in this Q&A).
No, if the phone is already paired, it will reconnect automatically after a few seconds once the key is in the “on” position. The cluster can remember up to 5 devices. The last phone connected has priority over the others if more than one paired device is near the vehicle.
No. For Android phones, you can select 'Always Allow' when prompted and the app will open automatically in the future. In the case of iPhones, you will be given a prompt to allow the app to open (if the app is not already running).
Please note your phone needs to be unlocked when connecting.
BRP Connect is compatible with apps that are relevant to the powersport riding experience, reducing unnecessary clutter and making for a more pleasant and safer riding experience. All apps are first validated by BRP before being granted access to BRP Connect.
In disconnected mode, the BRP Connect app presents two screens:
BRP Connect is available free of charge on both Google Play and the Apple App Store. Some third party apps may require a subscription or purchase.
There are no special procedures to follow to install a BRP Connect-compatible app. You can download them directly from your respective app store (Apple App Store or Google Play Store) just like any other app. Before downloading, we recommend you validate which apps are compatible with BRP Connect either through the bottom section of the BRP Connect app or through the information displayed above in the "Compatible Apps" box.
Most smartphones offer the possibility of updating apps automatically over Wi-Fi or send notifications when new updates are available. You can also manually update your apps through the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
You don't need to create an account to use BRP Connect. Third party apps may, however, require that you create an account for optimal use.
This process only affects iPhone devices. You must:
This approval process is required for all apps except the Music and Genius Map app.
In most cases, the apps are optimized to be used while riding. Some functions may, however, be deactivated when the vehicle is in motion. Either way, always be mindful of the potential distraction hazard of looking at the display.
It is advised to open the app directly from the smartphone every once in a while. Notifications coming from the app may prevent it from working properly with BRP Connect.
Apple Music is the only music streaming service that can be accessed via the generic "Music" app. Please ensure you are subscribed to Apple Music and that you have access to cellular data before attempting to access the service:
All inquiries related to the functionalities of the app should be directed directly to the app developer.
The integration of a third-party smartphone app provides similar advantages to an external GPS, as well as several other notable advantages:
Google (Waze and Google Maps) and Apple (Apple Maps) have not made their apps available to BRP Connect at this time. Meanwhile, it should be noted that navigation in offline mode was an important request from customers during development, a feature that neither of the aforementioned apps support.