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08-03-2012 12:18 AM
I have a Torch 9860 that has problems with my new 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe. I can pair it with the bluetooth in the car, and it will sometimes keep the connection on the next trip, but usually I get a 'connection failed' message.
If I revert to the previous OS version, the problem goes away. I had to have the phone replaced recently, though, and the problem is back. It works great with a Jabra earpiece, but not with the car. I could do the same downgrade, but I would prefer not to.
Any ideas, please?
Solved! Go to Solution.
08-13-2012 10:08 PM
Another user posted, and it worked for me ... go into the properties of the Bluetooth connection and disable everything except 'handsfree dialing.' You will probably then have to re-pair. You won't get streaming music, but I never use that anyway. Hyunday is supposed to be working on a fix, and gave me a rough date of the end of the month. Good luck!
02-04-2013 06:41 AM
Hi - you make them on the phone.
From the home screen open the "Manage Connections" screen
Click on the "Networks and Connections"
If you have paired with your vehicle - it should be listed at bottom of screen - mine says "Santa Fe"
Highlight "Santa Fe" or whatever your says and hit the BB button.
Scroll down to Options and click it with middle button
Scroll down to "Services" and use the the middle button to deselct the check boxes except "Handsfree"
Back out with the Back button - you will be prompted to Save - select Save and click with middle button
Back out to home screen
Should work for you - good luck!