Issue solved: Transfer Droid phonebook to bluetooth enabled car hands free kit.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by r2d2, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. r2d2

    r2d2 Well-Known Member
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    Found a few threads about people having problems transferring their phonebook to their hands free kit in their automobile. Had the same problem myself - was able to connect and pair with the car kit. I was able to make and receive calls, but didn't have the phonebook.

    Then yesterday, while setting in the car, I was going to re-pair the connection between the phone and car I noticed that in the Notification Bar that the car was asking permission to receive the phonebook from the phone. Opened the Notification and granted permission and clicked on always grant access (or something similar).

    Phonebook was then transfered. Haven't had a problem with it since... :D

    Hope this helps others with the same problem.
     

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  2. v-6 nolo

    v-6 nolo Well-Known Member
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    does your BT turn on automatically when you get in the car? My old phone did this so BT was not always running, but on the droid it seems like all the time or never, and i am not going to turn on BT every time i get in the car.
     
  3. wsbsteven

    wsbsteven Well-Known Member
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    My Blueant ST3 didn't have any trouble transferring contacts on the first pair. Good to see you were able to resolve yours.
     
  4. r2d2

    r2d2 Well-Known Member
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    I keep mine (BT) on all of the time.
     
  5. altman.ash

    altman.ash New Member
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    Motorola Droid does not support hands free voice command or call
     

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