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Registered: ‎09-28-2012
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Problems with Bluetooth in new vehicle

I have a brand new Holden Cruze CDX Hatchback vehicle. I have managed to pair my Motorola Defy to the Bluetooth and it recognises the "Motorola Defy", but that's as far as I get.

When I start the car up it actually disconnects the phone and goes back to the Emergency setting so that I am only able to call Emergency numbers here in Australia.

I then have to restart my phone again and then turn the Bluetooth off on my phone, so it works normally.

The very strange thing is that my husband has the EXACT same phone as we got them on the same day at the same Telstra shop. I Paired his phone to my vehicle and miracles of miracles his connected and worked like any phone connected to Bluetooth in a car.

The only difference I found between his and my phone is that where it says.. "Device name" his says MB525 while mine has the words Motorola Defy. Could this be the problem perhaps?

My phone is also up to date. It also works on Bluetooth in his vehicle.

I hope someone has a solution to my problem.



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Re: Problems with Bluetooth in new vehicle

Moved this Thread to the correct forum, smiley