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Support Bluetooth Problems in my Nissan Versa car

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jimsullivan2, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. jimsullivan2

    jimsullivan2 New Member
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    I have an HTC Hero and a new 11 Nissan Versa with bluetooth. My bluetooth works intermittently. Usually, when I get in the car the phone connects to the bluetooth and I can dial from the car. However, I get no audio during the call and the person that I call can't hear me. If I reset the bluetooth connection from the phone a couple of times it starts working again. Once the connection is gone, either if I get out and back in the car or shut off the bluetooth on the phone then turn it back on again, it happens again. I am not sure if it's problem with the phone or the bluetooth system in the car.

    Is anyone else experiencing this? Does anyone have any suggestions?
     

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  2. Xyro

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    I don't know much about bluetooth in general, but have you updated to android 2.1 yet? It's meant to have better bluetooth support.
     
  3. jimsullivan2

    jimsullivan2 New Member
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    Yes. Fully upgraded.
     
  4. TDHERO

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    I have the same problem with the hero in my 2009 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I've been able to connect and place a call but it randomly disconnects. Sometimes it happens right away, sometimes it will be two minutes into the call. Anyone else have this problem or know a solution? I currently have 2.1
     
  5. Super Hero

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    I have a 2009 Versa and a Sprint HTC Hero and have the same issue. Please let me know if you discover a solution or at least the proper order for turning the BT on/off to get a connection. I can't seem to find a pattern.
     
  6. jimsullivan2

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    What I do: I have a BT switch on my home screen. After I start the car, I turn on the BT on the phone. Then I dial *2 to test it. If it doesn't work, I turn off BT on the phone and turn it back on again. Then test again. Usually by the second time it connects but I have had to do it 2 or 3 times. Once it's connected, it's good until you turn the car off again...

    I would like to find out (but I don't know how) is where the problem is; with the phone or the car. Once I know, I can start b!tching to someone about it until its fixed.

    Super Hero, Have you had similar issues with the same car or the same phone? Have you had a phone work with the car with no problem?
     
  7. TxLightkeeper

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    I just bought a 2011 Frontier and own a HTC Hero. I have the same exact problems identified here and am pretty sure it is a Hero issue. Today I paired my old LG Rumor with the Nissan and no matter how many times I connected it, it worked each time. The Hero only works once in a while. The Hero was just updated the other day so it is current on software. I hope someone comes up with the answer to this soon as it is very frustrating.
     
  8. dadto5

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    That's the only way I can get it to work everytime with out fail. This is my first Android device. The jury is still out.....
     
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