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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DFA1, Dec 6, 2009.

  1. DFA1

    DFA1 Well-Known Member
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    Having trouble syncing my Plantronics Voyager 520 with my Eris, it can't find it at all. It worked perfectly on my Samsung i760.

    Also I tried to pair my Eris with my i760 to transfer files, it says that its paired but not connected... how do I connect them now? Same thing with my laptop, the bluetooth sees my Eris but I can't access it or any of it's files... what gives?

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  2. Chopstick2U

    Chopstick2U Android Enthusiast

    All Android versions prior to 2.0 do not support any bluetooth features other than standard headsets, and even some features like headset-initiated commands aren't supported. Sucks...

    As for your headset not pairing, I dunno... :-/
  3. rigamrts

    rigamrts Well-Known Member

    i feel you. the bluetooth fuctionallity is not fully implemented in android they got it just enough to pair with most headsets thats about it. hopfully thier will be an update to fix this.

    REPBRAD Newbie

    I have been able to answer and hang up with my BT headset. Jawbone 2.
  5. superchaos

    superchaos Android Enthusiast

    Pairs to the MotoROKR T505 in my car but the voice commands do not work. I have to see if it will transmit music through the FM module on the ROKR.
  6. RC Addict

    RC Addict Android Enthusiast

    Voice Command is not supported under the current Bluetooth configuration. Neither is Visual Voicemail. Dumb, no?
  7. SuperStuff

    SuperStuff Member

    So we can expect better bluetooth functions with an update in January? Would definately like to see the ability to initiate a call & voice commands by bluetooth. Also the ability to listen to music by bluetooth.
  8. RC Addict

    RC Addict Android Enthusiast

    I know for a fact that Verizon has received more complaints about this one issue than all the others combined. If it's not addressed then SOMEONE isn't listening to customer feedback.

    Oh, and what did Verizon say about the issue? "It is up to either the software or hardware vendor to address the problem." Meaning either Google fixes the issue or Moto/HTC does. Sure hope Verizon is giving them our complaints!
  9. google123

    google123 Well-Known Member

    I hope they enable Object Exchange with an update soon. I just realized today just how limited the Bluetooth support is right now.
  10. Slugdoc

    Slugdoc Well-Known Member

    Besides the ones above.

    Where's the Blue LED?
    It is important when you're driving to have some visual indicator that your bluetooth has successfully connected to the phone.
    Every other phone can do this.
  11. RC Addict

    RC Addict Android Enthusiast

    Agreed--every other phone other that the Eris and Droid can. Heck, even a Razr supports a better BlueTooth protocol and has better visual indicators. I am not sure if it is a Google issue or a BlueTooth issue in that the protocols are not set up correctly but it is very bothersome that neither phone can do the basics.

    Of course, looking back, the Storm's protocols were not right at first either--but they were running BT 1.0 at the time...
  12. Hello everyone & Merry Xmas! I got my Eris a few days ago and I'm not too impressed yet. I had an SD card I wanted to unload onto this phone and then put in the 8gb card it came with. i couldn't just save the files to the phone...nor could I bluetooth them from my old phone to it. I guess the only other option is to hook it up to the PC and do it. Also, there is no way to get my tmobile contacts onto this phone but to do it manually. And there is no option to merge Google contacts if the same person is showing twice?
  13. RC Addict

    RC Addict Android Enthusiast

    There are some shortcomings to be sure. Nice thing about the Eris is you CAN sync your contacts if you have them in Outlook--something you can't do with the Droid.

    As for transferring pictures--doing it thru your PC is the easiest way to do it. It's the way I transferred everything from my Storm over.

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The HTC Droid Eris release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 288GB RAM, MSM7600 processor, and 1300mAh battery.

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