Current generation Cardo units can now easily pair with Sena, Midland, and Uclear Bluetooth comms units.

Do you use Bluetooth communication devices when you go out with friends? If yes, we have good news from Cardo Systems. Starting July 11, 2023, Cardo will release the latest over-the-air software update that works with all his current 2023 Cardo devices (except Packtalk Slim).

Good news? This update brings one-touch Bluetooth connectivity between his current Cardo device and the current generation of his BT communication devices from Sena, Midland and Uclear, one of the top requests of many users. Cardo says the update makes frustrating and complicated pairing procedures a thing of the past.

“In a recent survey of motorcycle communicator users around the world, one of the most popular suggestions from respondents when asked what they could do to improve their communication experience was intercom connectivity with other brands. “We have always strived to offer more to our customers, but this update allows us to offer our users and friends even more independence by using devices from other leading brands, enabling much greater choice, freedom and flexibility,” said Cardo, Chief Marketing Officer. CEO Dan Emody said in a statement.

Drivers can now use current-generation Bluetooth communication devices without sacrificing phone connectivity, navigation, or alternative Bluetooth device connectivity. One small caveat is that music sharing doesn’t work with this connection, but it’s certainly more engaging than its Bluetooth communication battles between brands so far.

If you have a current generation Cardo Communicator, all you need to do to receive this update is download the latest software update to your smartphone via the Cardo Connect app. Once installed, you can easily pair your girlfriend’s Cardo device with your friend’s device, as long as you’re using the latest generation communication device from one of the manufacturers listed.

When Bluetooth communication devices first became popular, this idea seemed like a good idea. The thing is, when riders get together, we usually want to ride rather than spend half an hour pairing com devices just because we decided on different brands. I can ride my Honda with your Ducati. Why can’t my Cardo and your Sena be paired easily and simply? Yes, there is also Mesh, but that’s not always the answer. Now Cardo seems to be addressing its Bluetooth connectivity complaints head-on, and it’s about time.