Blue Tooth Compatability Survey


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  1. Dvd

    Dvd Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi All. I am wondering if you are having any dropout issues using a blue tooth with your EVO?

    If you have no issues, can you please tell me what make and model of blue tooth you have?

    Likewise, if you are having issues (random dropping of connections where it defaults back to the headset), can you tell me what make and model of blue tooth you have?

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    I have tried both the Motorola H700C as well as the Jabra BT5010 and had dropout issues with both of them.
     

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  2. wase4711

    wase4711 Well-Known Member

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    jawbone icon, works perfectly always
     
  3. AndroidMax

    AndroidMax Well-Known Member

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    I was thinking about getting one of these. What Icon do you have? Thinker? Rouge? Hero?
     
  4. sdezrilov

    sdezrilov Well-Known Member

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    No issues with factory integrated car kit Volvo, havent tried my headset yet.
     
  5. zombdroid

    zombdroid Well-Known Member

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    I have 2 Plantronics for calls 3XX,5XX and 1 Plantronics for music 855, no issues at all.
     
  6. veereihen6

    veereihen6 Active Member

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    Original Jawbone. Works fine (as long as wifi is diabled, otherwise the headset loses connection to the Evo...grrr)
     
  7. Rigmaster

    Rigmaster Well-Known Member

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    Have the BlueAnt V1. Never a dropped call or loss of signal. V1 struggles with voice command with Evo, but I think that's more of an Android issue than the Evo's. Picks up and ends calls with no issues, and I can still control volume on earpiece easily. Just doesn't handle the speed dials and control the Evo like my old phone.

    That said, I find it serves it's purpose well when I'm driving or on foot using the earpiece.

    I might still replace it though since the earhook broke off and isn't repairable - always a downside to earhooks but nothing fits my ears better. The no-hook models are just too big for my ears.
     
  8. EVODawg

    EVODawg New Member

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    Bluetooth has been a sticking point with me and my new Evo. I like the unit, but I've had problems with many incoming calls not coming over the headset even though I'm paired up. Also, I've never been able to get my voicemail to play over my headset. It's almost maddening enough for me to return the unit. Anyone have any thoughts? (I alternate between a Plantronics 520 and a Motorola H500.)
     
  9. QuickDraw

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    When I use a bluetooth headset it's the Plantronics Explorer 230 and I have no problems with it at all. When I'm in my car traveling, my EVO hooks up to the onboard bluetooth with no problems. Hope you get things worked out.
     

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