Sharing Your BMW Digital Key: Step-by-Step Guide for iPhone and Android

BMW Ahmed Mazen 13 July 2023

Discover how to seamlessly share the BMW Digital Key between iPhone and Android devices, granting convenient access to your car through the Wallet app on your smartphone. Say goodbye to physical key fobs as this innovative feature revolutionizes car sharing with family and friends. In this comprehensive How-To video, we'll walk you through the process of sharing the BMW Digital Key step-by-step. Learn how to set up the Wallet app, grant access, and manage permissions for a secure and convenient experience. Explore the world of BMW Digital Key sharing and empower yourself with the knowledge to easily share access to your car. Find answers to common questions like compatibility with Android devices and whether your BMW model supports the Digital Key feature. Join us on this journey and embrace the future of car access.

0:00 Feature Intro
0:14 Sharing Digital Key
0:52 Sharing Activation Code
01:13 Shared Key Reception
01:28 Shared Key Activation

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