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  1. TruPlaya187's Avatar

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    I have a HTC HD7 that runs Windows phone 7.5 mango and here is my issue.

    When I'm in my car, I plug my audio cable from my phone into the AUX plug to listen to music from my phone into the speaker of my car. Also, I turn on my bluetooth that if I get a call then I will be able to talk with my bluetooth. This doesn't work the sound still comes out of my car's speaker. And with the Mango update, when I press the start to get the command options, the phone doesn't pickup my voice from the bluetooth but from it's own speakers. At last, in the settings there is a speech section and at the bottom there is an option "Play audio confirmations" and I set it to bluetooth only but I hear nothing when I receive a text.

    I hope that I have explain myself correctly.

    Let me know if I miss something and if some people has the same issue.

    Is it a bluetooth, Mango or phone issue.
  2. pscalouc's Avatar

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    I have the same issue with my samsung focus in my car which is a 2007 nissan sentra. Does anyone know if the bluetooth version needs to be a certain version for text to voice to work?


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