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Old 28 Jun 2004, 10:48 pm
Pascal Antoine
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Default TL '04 Handsfree Link

I just got an '04 Acura TL and am generally pleased with it. However, I
occasionally have a problem using the Handsfree link telephone
functionality. I have a Motorola V600, Bluetooth phone which I have
successfully paired with the car's hands free system. I can usually place
and pick up phone calls without a problem. The problem is that sometimes,
when the phone rings through the car speakers, the system simply hangs up
before I have a chance to answer the call. When I physically pick up the
actual phone, I will notice that the person who is calling me is usually
muted or just patiently waiting for me to say something. I figure that the
car is working ok and that I have to change a setting on the phone. What
confuses me is that this only happens occasionally. Does anyone have any
insight?

Thx.


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Old 29 Jun 2004, 05:55 am
Kryptoknight
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Default Re: TL '04 Handsfree Link

are you on a GSM network? if so, get the sony/ericsson T610. bluetooth works
perfect with this phone.

i keep seeing postings about v600 bluetooth issues. i'm not sure what the
technical issues are with it, but my t610 has no issues.


"Pascal Antoine" <pascalantoine@optonline.net> wrote in message
news:1E5Ec.34120$OT6.15499126@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv. net...
> I just got an '04 Acura TL and am generally pleased with it. However, I
> occasionally have a problem using the Handsfree link telephone
> functionality. I have a Motorola V600, Bluetooth phone which I have
> successfully paired with the car's hands free system. I can usually place
> and pick up phone calls without a problem. The problem is that sometimes,
> when the phone rings through the car speakers, the system simply hangs up
> before I have a chance to answer the call. When I physically pick up the
> actual phone, I will notice that the person who is calling me is usually
> muted or just patiently waiting for me to say something. I figure that the
> car is working ok and that I have to change a setting on the phone. What
> confuses me is that this only happens occasionally. Does anyone have any
> insight?
>
> Thx.
>
>



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Old 29 Jun 2004, 07:52 pm
kbstreet
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Default Re: TL '04 Handsfree Link

I have the same issues. It is frustrating, but I am dealing w/ it for now.
I am going to go into the Acura dealer to see if they can get it working
right. I have noticed that if you have the phone open, that it doesn't seem
to happen.

I've also heard that Motorola is coming out w/ a firmware upgrade for the
V600. Keep looking on this newsgroup & on alt.cellular.bluetooth for info.

"Kryptoknight" <kryptoknight@att.net> wrote in message
news:ZUbEc.158853$Gx4.13572@bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
> are you on a GSM network? if so, get the sony/ericsson T610. bluetooth
> works
> perfect with this phone.
>
> i keep seeing postings about v600 bluetooth issues. i'm not sure what the
> technical issues are with it, but my t610 has no issues.
>
>
> "Pascal Antoine" <pascalantoine@optonline.net> wrote in message
> news:1E5Ec.34120$OT6.15499126@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv. net...
>> I just got an '04 Acura TL and am generally pleased with it. However, I
>> occasionally have a problem using the Handsfree link telephone
>> functionality. I have a Motorola V600, Bluetooth phone which I have
>> successfully paired with the car's hands free system. I can usually place
>> and pick up phone calls without a problem. The problem is that sometimes,
>> when the phone rings through the car speakers, the system simply hangs up
>> before I have a chance to answer the call. When I physically pick up the
>> actual phone, I will notice that the person who is calling me is usually
>> muted or just patiently waiting for me to say something. I figure that
>> the
>> car is working ok and that I have to change a setting on the phone. What
>> confuses me is that this only happens occasionally. Does anyone have any
>> insight?
>>
>> Thx.
>>
>>

>
>



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Old 30 Jun 2004, 07:10 am
Pascal Antoine
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Default Re: TL '04 Handsfree Link

I'll see if this happens when my phone is open. As far as getting the T610,
I'll think about it. Not in the mood to change providers and/or phones right
now.

Thx

"kbstreet" <kbstreet@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:OvWdnXvmsLojk3_dRVn-gg@comcast.com...
> I have the same issues. It is frustrating, but I am dealing w/ it for

now.
> I am going to go into the Acura dealer to see if they can get it working
> right. I have noticed that if you have the phone open, that it doesn't

seem
> to happen.
>
> I've also heard that Motorola is coming out w/ a firmware upgrade for the
> V600. Keep looking on this newsgroup & on alt.cellular.bluetooth for

info.
>
> "Kryptoknight" <kryptoknight@att.net> wrote in message
> news:ZUbEc.158853$Gx4.13572@bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
> > are you on a GSM network? if so, get the sony/ericsson T610. bluetooth
> > works
> > perfect with this phone.
> >
> > i keep seeing postings about v600 bluetooth issues. i'm not sure what

the
> > technical issues are with it, but my t610 has no issues.
> >
> >
> > "Pascal Antoine" <pascalantoine@optonline.net> wrote in message
> > news:1E5Ec.34120$OT6.15499126@news4.srv.hcvlny.cv. net...
> >> I just got an '04 Acura TL and am generally pleased with it. However, I
> >> occasionally have a problem using the Handsfree link telephone
> >> functionality. I have a Motorola V600, Bluetooth phone which I have
> >> successfully paired with the car's hands free system. I can usually

place
> >> and pick up phone calls without a problem. The problem is that

sometimes,
> >> when the phone rings through the car speakers, the system simply hangs

up
> >> before I have a chance to answer the call. When I physically pick up

the
> >> actual phone, I will notice that the person who is calling me is

usually
> >> muted or just patiently waiting for me to say something. I figure that
> >> the
> >> car is working ok and that I have to change a setting on the phone.

What
> >> confuses me is that this only happens occasionally. Does anyone have

any
> >> insight?
> >>
> >> Thx.
> >>
> >>

> >
> >

>
>



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Old 05 Sep 2004, 12:26 pm
Larry J.
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Default Re: TL '04 Handsfree Link

Waiving the right to remain silent, "Pascal Antoine"
<pascalantoine@optonline.net> said:

> I just got an '04 Acura TL and am generally pleased with it.
> However, I occasionally have a problem using the Handsfree link
> telephone functionality. I have a Motorola V600, Bluetooth phone
> which I have successfully paired with the car's hands free
> system. I can usually place and pick up phone calls without a
> problem.


I've successfully paired a V600 phone to my 04 TL, but when I attempt
to place a call, it always seems to want to dial a "0" (zero) before
the number. "Dialing" shows up on my display forever and the call is
never conected.

A fix for this..?

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