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Bluetooth Problems

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by Badley, Mar 22, 2007.

  1. Badley

    Badley Member

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    I keep finding when driving along my DIS says 'BT off' then soon after 'BT on'. It happens randomly, perhaps three times in a journey or perhaps none.

    I keep my phone in the drink older just behind the handbrake. Would this be a problem with the phone or the bluetooth module in the car?

    Can anyone help?
     
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  3. simonwjones

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  4. Badley

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    Ok, after that read I'm understanding that contacts with multiple numbers need to be categorised using either Home, Mobile or General. Surely this is onlt relevant to Bluetooth with RNS-E not Bluetooth with Symphony (which I have).

    Other than that all can think in the firmware on my phone, a Nokia E50.

    Thanks anyway
     
  5. s8craig

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    That's your problem, an E50. Symbian Series phones by nokia are know for problems with BT kits in Audis. I would not recommend any E or N series nokia for use in an Audi unless you have the newA6/A8 or Q7 with SAP profile phone kit.
     
  6. Badley

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    Oh Great :-(,

    Thanks for the information, I'll know for next time
     
  7. Badley

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    Ok, I have ditched the E50 as it was probably the worst phone to live with. I now have a Nokia 6300, which is so much better. However Bluetooth in the car is still giving me problems, even though I specifically choose a phone without Symbian. Do you think that my Audi Bluetooth module is at fault?

    Any help guys?
     
  8. C_Audiboy

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    Have you tried it with a 'known good' handset with the Audi Bluetooth?

    I had the same issue with my Sony Ericsson K800i. I found that it was to do with the last numbers I had last dialed. Clearing these records provided a stable connection, when it would drop out again I knew it was caused by the last number dialed (hope this makes sense?).

    Its not just limited to your Symphony + Bluetooth setup. I had the same problem with both Symphony + Bluetooth and RNS-E + Bluetooth.
     
  9. Badley

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    Thanks for the help mate but I don't know anyone with the K800i. I'll try removing recent call list too.

    Thanks again
     
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    my K800 works fine although my Ipaq does the disconnect thing. Its worse when on battery (not charging)
     
  11. Hanley

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    I also have the same problem with my K800i dropping off randomly.

    Whenevr this happens I delete my recent calls list and it's then stable again for weeks.

    :)
     

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