1. technik1's Avatar
    My 9930 pairs and works every time but I cannot hear visual voicemail via my car Bluetooth. I even select "send via Bluetooth" in menu while VM plays and nothing. I have to listen on speaker or handset while BT is connected. Have tried 4 different cars. Tried all BT settings. Running 353 software. Hopeless.

    Any input is appreciated. Thanks!
    Last edited by technik1; 10-07-11 at 07:17 AM.
    10-06-11 11:12 AM
  2. o4liberty's Avatar
    Are you talking about visual voice mail? I can listen to my voice mail with no problem but I can't listen to music on my Bluetooth. I would have to upgrade to a better Bluetooth.

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    10-06-11 11:31 AM
  3. technik1's Avatar
    Yes, visual voice mail does not port in car BT. The only way to hear my messages is to dial my voice mail like a regular call. Anyone else have this issue? Thanks
    10-06-11 11:34 AM
  4. technik1's Avatar
    Anyone else experience this? Ive tried all the BT settings with no luck
    10-07-11 07:21 AM
  5. FBA's Avatar
    That type of profile has to be supported by your vehicle's Bluetooth. Mine works, but only in the car on my Kenwood DNX9960 and not on my Bluetooth headset.
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    10-07-11 09:21 AM
  6. technik1's Avatar
    It worked with my iPhone before, so it's not the car. When I got my 9930 I can't get the visual VM to play with the car BT. Anyone other input, please? Many thanks
    10-07-11 11:47 AM
  7. kjjb0204's Avatar
    My only guess is that VVM goes through some other BT profile described in the link below that your car doesn't support? Looks like Verizon vvm files are .qcp file type, if that matters at all. Also, is it possible your car bt is looking for audio, like on a phone call, but the bb is sending as a media file? Not sure, but a quick google search does show others having issues with verizon visual voicemail playing over their car bt.
    Last edited by kjjb0204; 10-07-11 at 03:43 PM.
    10-07-11 03:31 PM