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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by delving, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. delving

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    Hi, I have a new Droid 3 and I'm able pair my phone with my car (2008 Audi A6), but it won't sync and download any contact information (names and phone numbers) Any ideas?
     

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  2. superflybribri

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    I had to export my contacts from Gmail on my computer and then save it to a file on my phone and then sent it over Bluetooth to my car. But that was a 2010 Mercedes Benz C Class.
     
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    Yeeaaah. I had to do the same in my '03 Honda CR-V LX. :cool:

    But really, idk what to say here about BT linking.
     
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    Once in a while you may need to reboot the phone cause the bluetooth gets borked. Hope you don't have any BT services auto-killed?
     
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    I hope you have this sorted out by now, but in case you don't, when I download contacts to my car (Mitsubishi) via Bluetooth, I have to allow the car to contact the phone through a notification on the phone, before it actually sends any information.
     

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