GDR2 ruined my Bluetooth connection with my car

gmfeld

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Text messaging announcing never worked with my 8x and my Acura TL, but the Bluetooth phone connection worked pretty well for calls. Since the GDR2 update on my AT&T 8x the Bluetooth connection stinks. My phone frequently disappears as a connected device when I try to make a call, and trying to make a call frequently causes my phone to reboot.

Any suggestions?
 

Anglerdk

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Try to delete the pairing both the phone and the car , and start all over.

Sent from my Nokia Lumia 925 using Tapatalk
 

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Quote Originally Posted by kilgore walleye View Post
I was having a problem with bluetooth on my 920 this weekend as well. I was connected to a bluetooth speaker (G-boom from Target, btw. good sound, very loud for playing outside, a great deal at $85) and playing music fine. Then someone else tookover the speaker for a little while, and I later noticed that my phone was off. So I soft-reset it. After that, I couldn't connect to the speaker. I would tap it, it would say 'connected' for a split second, but immediately disconnect.

SOLUTION: I tapped-and-held the G-boom speaker in the list of bluetooth devices, which gave me the option to delete the speaker. I deleted it from the list, turned the speaker off and on again, and then I was able to reconnect to the speaker and play music. Hope this helps someone else.
Wow, I've tried your instruction and it was connected. Thank you so much kilgore walleye. .

Pls refer to the link:
http://forums.windowscentral.com/nokia-lumia-920/203913-2.htm
 

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Same problem here. It's a known issue and my phone is pretty much useless in the car. I bought a developer license to get access to the pre-release for GDR 3 and it didn't do a thing. The good news is that there is a GDR 3 coming and hopefully Bluetooth Fixes will come in the official release but the developer preview certainly does not address the problem
 

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