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  1. KD5YFS's Avatar
    I use a Parrot mki 9200 in my 00' Explorer. I use it to stream I Heart Radio over my speakers. My connection will occasionally drop. I currently listening to a NY radio station through my computer, and even then the connection will sometimes drop.
    02-19-11 05:35 PM
  2. talkingcow's Avatar
    9780 used to pair perfectly with the manufacturer system on a 2007 range rover sport. Upgrading from 6.00.294 to 6.00.498 results in the phone showing "connection to LANDROVER failed". Pairing appears to work, car is discovered etc, but the process does not complete. Once in about 20 times (of starting the car) the phone will pair and be able to receive calls, but the address book is screwed up.

    Downgrading back to 294 and everything returns to normal working 100% - which is what I have chosen to do as 498 had so little to offer.

    Because RIM are so unhelpful, it is impossible to ask this question:

    "exactly what did you change between 294 and 498 in the bluetooh implementation/code that would cause the problem described above"
    04-02-11 10:01 AM
  3. talkingcow's Avatar
    run through the streets and rejoice! latest Blackberry version 6.0.0.534 restores full Bluetooth connectivity in my RR Sport!!
    06-04-11 03:27 PM
  4. VicarClrCrk's Avatar
    Disabling the encrytion on BB, pairing up per instruction worked fine on 2011 Soul and Forte. Now, how did this hinder BB sercure connectivity? Or, did it.
    06-06-11 07:58 AM
  5. Greg B's Avatar
    I have a 2011 Buick Regal and while I was able to pair the BB9860 easily enough, it does not work well in practice. I have to go into the BB every time I start the car and connect it manually. I cannot find any step-by-step specific instructions as to how to avoid this and make the connection automatically. Does it make any difference if the BB is locked as it usually would be if it is on my person and not in use? This is very frustrating.
    11-19-11 06:15 PM
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