02-02-2013 12:15 AM
02-02-2013 05:26 AM
If all this is true, it must complete Blackberry on its website regarding the Bluetooth specification Z10. More deprive themselves of a number of customers affected by this important protocol Bluetooth is an unpardonable and risk their very expensive. As for me, I absolutely need a phone that allows me to call in my car and in good conditions. All German cars are concerned, Mercedes, Audi, Volkswagen, Seat, Skoda, etc. ..
If all this is confirmed, I would go as Nokia is still a model that works with this protocol (Nokia PureView).
02-02-2013 08:51 AM
I would only risk buying the Z10 if it could definitely connect to my in car system.
I don't know anything about cars, but I think that if I were you, I would simply look at the car documentation, and see what are the BlueTooth requirements for a phone to work 100% with the car.
And then see if rSAP is required or if SAP is enough.
02-02-2013 09:06 AM
The problem is not our knowledge the in car Bluetooth systems we use, it is that Blackberry are not upfront about the Bluetooth profiles supported in the technical specifications so we cannot determine compatibility. Also SAP and rSAP are very similar and so confusion is very likely.
Blackberry have it in their power to provide adequate information on their phones capabilities and a simple statement of supported Bluetooth profiles would have informed most people. Also, to avoid any confusion if SAP is listed the words in brackets (rsap not supported) would make things abundantly clear.
Finally, I would not consider going back to Nokia, too many scars from past failings even though they are moving forward. Blackberry is in the same place and needs to gain the trust and confidence of existing customers and attract new ones if it is to survive in this very competitive environment.
Does anyone agree with me, just press like if you do.
02-02-2013 12:11 PM
02-02-2013 12:39 PM
Yes Bluetooth profile defined between automakers and manufacturers of mobile phones at the time is SAP. My car runs like this for years. The only problem today is the site of Blackberry can not find information on the Bluetooth profiles supported by the Z10 simply. I think Blackberry should promptly update the technical specifications of the Z10, regarding bluetooth.
02-02-2013 01:01 PM
Here are the different bluetooth profiles, which we interrested in this thread is discution number: 22
1 - GAP : Generic Access Profile
2 - SDAP : Service Discovery Application Profile
3 - SPP : Serial Port Profile
4 - HS Profile : Headset Profile
5 - DUN Profile : Dial-up Networking Profile
6 - LAN Access Profile : ce profil est maintenant obsolète ; il est remplacé par le profil PAN
7 - Fax Profile
8 - GOEP : Generic Object Exchange Profile
9 - SP : Synchronization Profile
10 - OPP : Object Push Profile
11 - FTP : File Transfer Profile
12 - CTP : Cordless Telephony Profile
13 - IP : Intercom Profile
14 - A2DP : Advanced Audio Distribution Profile
15 - AVRCP : Audio Video Remote Control Profile
13 - HFP : HandsFree Profile
17 - PAN : Personal Area Network Profile
18 - VDP : Video Distribution Profile
19 - BIP : Basic Imaging Profile
20 - BPP : Basic Printing Profile
21 - SYNC : Synchronisation Profile
22 - SAP : SIM Access Profile
23 - PBAP : PhoneBook Access Profile
24 - HIDP : Human Interface Device Profile
25 - MAP : Message Access Profile