Bluetooth Q's

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  1. PittCaleb

    PittCaleb Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

    Nov 6, 2009
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    I use bluetooth all the time in my GM with OnStar. On any other traditional phone, I can press the BT button in the car, state "Bluetooth" then "voice" and I then have voice command of the phone where I can say things like "Call Darren Mobile"

    Using OnStar, bluetooth/voice gets me the response "your phone does not support voice commands."

    If I press/hold the spyglass, I can do these things and they tend to work. Thoughts?

    Note however that with BT pairing, I can use the saved numbers inside of OnStar and it does successfully pass through the dialing instructions using the phone book in the car (limited to 10 or so names/numbers).

    Which lends me to this - it appears that while BT paired, the audio from the phone is sent through BT and thus there is none on the phone itself. I noticed this while attempting to use the navigation feature. Since the phone is paired, I get no audio. Turn off pairing, I get audio. Any way to change this 'feature'?

    Thanks in advance,


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