Is uconnect compatible with htc incredible?Support


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  1. ecap5

    ecap5 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    It HTC Droid Incredible compatible with uconnect that is factory installed in Dodge vehicles?
     

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  2. ap42

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    It works fine with my 05 magnum.
     
  3. Argent

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    Works fine in my 07 Compass
     
  4. NAYo2002

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    It's compatible with USB drives right? If so, you can always put it on "disk" mode when you connect it.
     
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    Works great in the wife's 04 Durango.
     
  6. BaadAndy

    BaadAndy Well-Known Member

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    I can get mine to work with calls, I did not try streaming music in my 09 Ram and it works Great.
     
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    2008 Grand Cherokee w/ RER MyGig: The Incredible works like crap with this. The bluetooth stack is STILL broken even after the Froyo update. Every other phone I've paired with the MyGig works without issue. Every Incredible I've tried to pair with the MyGig (and there's been several) will establish a connection, transfer the phonebook (I REALLY wish there was a way to disable that), and then promptly drop the connection. Rinse and repeat. I gave up and finally got a Jawbone and removed the instance of the MyGig on the Incredible.

    HTC is very much aware of the issue, and has done zero to address it.
     
  8. rapidsandroid

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    Works fine with my '04 Jeep uconnect
     
  9. playafiddle

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    I have a brand new 2011 Jeep with UConnect and an HTC Incredible. After successfully pairing, they worked fine together. However, after a couple of weeks I keep losing the connection. The call is still on the phone but I can't hear anything and can't switch to speaker phone either. Also, the buttons on the touchscreen lock up. After it finally ends the call, the system says "ready after a while.

    I called to speak to Jeep service and the rep told me that my phone is not on the list of compatible phones. How can this be??? Anybody have any info on this???
     
  10. rickap7

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    Works great in my 09 Chrysler T/C
     
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    sdrawkcab25 Well-Known Member

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    The bluetooth on the incredible is lacking, there is a way to improve it (rooting), but has some downsides. Most people don't have a problem with the stock bluetooth though.
     
  12. computex13

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    Works fine on my 2006 Magnum. I just wish uconnect would accept extensions.
     
  13. Kings44

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    I have a 2010 Dodge Ram, my HTC Incredible works only when it wants to! It will pair and when it does work it works great, but that is very rare and very frustrating. I called Dodge and they referred me to U Connect and they told me that The HTC Incredible is not on the list of compatible phones. The big bummer is when I purchased the vehicle one of my specif questions was will the built in blue tooth work with my phone and of course the car salesman said "YES"
     
  14. carguy50

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    I have the 2011 Grand Cherokee as well. We have been trying to pair for 3 wks. My wifes Rumor 2 phone IS on the compatiable list. Jeep service blames Sprint and Sprint blames Jeep. Set up will work fine. Get in it the next day and it is gone. Says I need and upgrade with a USB port. We go through the set up again and its like groundhog day over and over. Jeep swears the system is working properly, because they installed an AT&T carrier phone and it works like it should. Sprint swears the phone is up to date and it is not their problem. this is a real pain. Jeep says they will work with their uconnect engineers and try to resolve asap. Sprint says its not their problem I bought a 2011 Jeep Grand I should have confirmed compatability before I bought the Jeep. Score so far is Sprint one and customer....Tough DOO DOO. I can not stand those smug as@^&*@$ at Sprint. They have you over a barrel till your contract expires, but will be glad to sell you a new phone and lock you in for another two years. I am almost ready to Pay the $240 early termination and tell Sprint to kiss my A$$.
    Who else out ther is having issues wth Sprint and UCONNECT?
     
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    I work for Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge, works great for every new vehicle i test it on. BT is finicky on my ROM though
     
  16. rortt

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    Works great. I have a 08 JGC with RER (gps NAV, 30 gb hard drive). The RER unit is from a '10 JGC.

    I also wish there was a way to stop downloading the phone book as the voice cognition for your contacts is not the best and it is easier to just dial by hand.
     
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    Have a 2 week old dodge ram and my Verizon Incredible only works part time. No help from HTC or Verizon.

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    Originally Posted by playafiddle
    I have a brand new 2011 Jeep with UConnect and an HTC Incredible. After successfully pairing, they worked fine together. However, after a couple of weeks I keep losing the connection. The call is still on the phone but I can't hear anything and can't switch to speaker phone either. Also, the buttons on the touchscreen lock up. After it finally ends the call, the system says "ready after a while.

    I called to speak to Jeep service and the rep told me that my phone is not on the list of compatible phones. How can this be??? Anybody have any info on this???
    I have the 2011 Grand Cherokee as well. We have been trying to pair for 3 wks. My wifes Rumor 2 phone IS on the compatiable list. Jeep service blames Sprint and Sprint blames Jeep. Set up will work fine. Get in it the next day and it is gone. Says I need and upgrade with a USB port. We go through the set up again and its like groundhog day over and over. Jeep swears the system is working properly, because they installed an AT&T carrier phone and it works like it should. Sprint swears the phone is up to date and it is not their problem. this is a real pain. Jeep says they will work with their uconnect engineers and try to resolve asap. Sprint says its not their problem I bought a 2011 Jeep Grand I should have confirmed compatability before I bought the Jeep. Score so far is Sprint one and customer....Tough DOO DOO. I can not stand those smug as@^&*@$ at Sprint. They have you over a barrel till your contract expires, but will be glad to sell you a new phone and lock you in for another two years. I am almost ready to Pay the $240 early termination and tell Sprint to kiss my A$$.
    Who else out ther is having issues wth Sprint and UCONNECT?
     
  18. playafiddle

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    still waiting to hear about an update either by uconnect or HTC. How is it possible that they aren't doing anything about this? If you look at the list of phones compatible with the Uconnect system, it is laughable. Does anyone know anything more about this situation???
     
  19. kscinc

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    I have the same problem with my 2011 jeep
     
  20. NAYo2002

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    Not really Uconnect but I got mine to work on the rental car's Ford Microsoft Sync. It's pretty bad ass when it works, but it took a couple of tries before bluetooth connected.
     
  21. lmarine6523

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    I finally tried to set up bluetooth with the Uconnect on my 2010 Jeep Liberty and my Dinc. At first I wasn't able to get past entering the passkey numbers, but all of a sudden, it connected when I went to cancel it. It has been connecting every time since then (so far 4 days), and it has even downloaded the contacts list. I hope is continues to work.
     
  22. jwill2489

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    i test phones with the Uconnect system for my job. i can tell you that the droid incredible does work with every car ( same system) that i tested. both with my personal phone and the test phone.
     

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