1. flightattorney's Avatar
    I've seen similar posts regarding other OS's and devices, but nothing on the Torch-until now.
    I've got an ATT 9800 with .337 installed and running just fine. I've paired the device with several BT devices, including an Alpine KCE-350BT adapter hooked to a top of the line Alpine tuner, etc. which plays through an equally top of the line stereo rig. The whole deal was put together and installed by a top stereo system designer/installer in LA a year or so ago.It works very, very well and sounds great. It should, as it cost more than my first car.
    My trusty 9000 Bold played everything perfectly on this system-streaming music and podcasts, music and other stuff off the installed card. Basically, it was bulletproof.
    The 9800 is a different story. When using the native music player, for instance, every email, SMS, and phone call trips the device off line and moves the player from play mode to stop mode.
    This is very annoying. The designer/installation guy says its the 9800.
    I have to agree with him, as we tested the system with the 9000.
    Has anyone else experienced this problem? Is there a fix? Did I screw something up in the BT setup? I like the 9800, but this a deal breaker for me.
    12-01-10 12:06 AM
  2. BergerKing's Avatar
    Good question, I'm used to the pauses from my Tour unless I have it in Silent or Phone Only mode. I've heard GSM devices chime while playing music, but I've never seen it, personally. I hope you find an answer.

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    12-01-10 01:06 AM
  3. sexy-tristan1989's Avatar
    Mine does it too but only sometimes at first I thought it was just the Bluetooth in my car so I tried just using the auxiliary cable... same story; I'm wondering if it is like a defect in the hardware (if I should warranty it) because I work with a few people that use their Torches as their music players and no one else has any complaint. I REALLY don't want to send it out for repaid though
    12-06-10 12:06 AM