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Support Bluetooth-Car Hands Free N1 AT&T

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mazinkaiser, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. mazinkaiser

    mazinkaiser New Member
    Thread Starter

    Mar 26, 2010
    Hello all,
    Just got an N1 AT&T unlocked.
    Paired it with a Nissan 350Z bluetooth hand free. It pairs and the light on the car says it's connected. The N1 BT icon says is connected as well.
    When a call comes in, the car and the phone will both ring. When I pick up the call, either on the phone or the car, the system will switch to "phone" but the call always goes to the phone. I have only been able to actually use the car's handsfree once.

    Is anyone else having issues with their BT hands free in their cars.

    The other phones I had worked perfectly.


  2. HyperM3

    HyperM3 Well-Known Member

    Nov 6, 2009
    Audi Brand Specialist at Princeton Audi
    Lawrenceville, NJ
    Mine paired up with my car first time perfectly and syncs every time I get into the car. Calls are routed to the car and not the phone and everything is loud and clear.

    Try making a call to voicemail so you can play around with settings while in the car. See if you can change from headset to car and back. See if one of them sticks.
  3. LandLockedPH

    LandLockedPH Well-Known Member

    Apr 2, 2010
    IT Project Manager
    Here’s an update for everyone experiencing an issue with not receiving audio through your hands-free Bluetooth system in your Nissan/Infinity vehicles. This problem refers to the fact that the Nexus One pairs and allows voice dialing through the car’s (Bose) system perfectly; but when the call connects, the audio does not come through the system but only through the phone.

    I spoke with Nissan and discovered that they had no record of this issue. But, we found that once the call connects, you can issue a “transfer call” voice command to your car’s system that is intended to transfer the call from the system to your phone for privacy purposes. If you issue the “transfer call” voice command to your car’s system a second time, the call is transferred back to your car’s system and the audio works perfectly.

    According to the Nissan tech that I spoke with, the problem is a software issue with the Nexus One and it will be reported to HTC. Whether or not it ever gets fixed by HTC is another issue.

    Hope this helps.

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