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  1. tonyguy2000

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    I just bought a new car. I never had this problem in my other car. When the phone is connected with bluetooth to use for hands free calling both nav programs (Sprint and Google) won't let me hear the audible directions coming from the phone speaker. If I disconnect the bluetooth the programs speak to me as usual through the phone speaker. So I have to either use the bluetooth or Navigation but not both at once. It's very frustrating because for 6 months I never had this problem. Anyone else have this problem or a solution to the problem

    Thanks in advance.
     

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    I guess I am the only one with this problem.
     
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    while you are connected go to wireless and networks, bluetooth, and press on the connection down at the bottom, make sure both options are checked.


    in the case that they are...delete the pairing from the phone (long press) AND delete it out of the car's headunit...then re add and see if that fixes.

    I have no issues with this...and never have. typically when someone has bluettoth issues one of those is unchecked.,,,or it's a bad pairing
     
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