Samsung Galaxy S9 Is rSAP supported?

The abbreviation rSAP stands for "Remote Sim Access Profile" and is a prerequisite for your smartphone so that it can be connected to the Bluetooth hands-free system of certain vehicles.

These include cars of the following brands, for example: Audi, VW, Porsche, BMW, Mercedes and many more. In a hands-free system with rSAP, everything is actually controlled by the vehicle.

This means that telephony and data services run via the car's GSM module and no longer via your smartphone. For this reason, you can no longer use the smartphone to make phone calls or log on to the mobile Internet even when rSAP mode is activated.

So much for the technology used.

Is rSAP supported by the Samsung Galaxy S9?

Yes, rSAP is supported by your Samsung Galaxy S9 and you can use the smartphone with almost all common Bluetooth hands-free kits of cars like Audi, BMW, Porsche, Mercedes etc.

When does rSAP not work with the Galaxy S9?

However, there is a special feature to note! This function can only be used in single sim mode. What does that mean? The Samsung Galaxy S9 offers the possibility to use the Micro SD card slot as a second sim card slot.

If you choose this option, rSAP is not possible.

You now know that your Samsung Galaxy supports S9 rSAP.

 


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Il we put an SD card in the second slot, Rsap will be OK ?

 
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No. Only single SIM versions support rSAP.

 
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And is that possible to charge a firmware of a single sim version in the S9 double sim in order its works with rSAP ? In clear is ther a solution for poor Europeans to which Samsing sell a dual sim version ?

 
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I really do not understand why Samsung doesn't just fix rSAP on their galaxy S9 , to work with dual sim . Even if only one of the sims could be used it would be much better as the current situation .
Also it would clear up any confusion , take...

I really do not understand why Samsung doesn't just fix rSAP on their galaxy S9 , to work with dual sim . Even if only one of the sims could be used it would be much better as the current situation .
Also it would clear up any confusion , take away a lot of frustration of many users and actually make people buy the phone because of this functionality (dual sim + rSAP) .

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The answer is wrong; Even if you don't put a second sim card in the phone, you have no RSAP
This has been confirmed by Samsung.
And the S9 single sim is not sold in Europe, this means that there is no RSAP pofile in Europe.
The better answer...

The answer is wrong; Even if you don't put a second sim card in the phone, you have no RSAP
This has been confirmed by Samsung.
And the S9 single sim is not sold in Europe, this means that there is no RSAP pofile in Europe.
The better answer would have been: "Yes But only for single Sim versions which are currently not sold in Europe"

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Sebastien, I am in UK (still Europe this week!) and have the S9+ as a single SIM. It is on EE contract.
I connect without issues to the Columbus infotainment on my Skoda Kodiaq. The car supports rSAP, and up to 4 connected phones.

 
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Dear Steve,
I have now an S9+ (before I had an S8+ and an S7 and no problems) and I'm not able to connect it to my Audi A8 using RSAP mode. I have only one SIM installed on the phone.
How do you do to have your S9+ as a single SIM?
What do you...

Dear Steve,
I have now an S9+ (before I had an S8+ and an S7 and no problems) and I'm not able to connect it to my Audi A8 using RSAP mode. I have only one SIM installed on the phone.
How do you do to have your S9+ as a single SIM?
What do you mean when you say: "It is on EE contract"?
Can I have your answer by e-mail
Thank you in advance and kind regards.
Francisco

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