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Paired Blackberry Curve 8310 w/Range Rover 2005 drops calls

I have successfully paired the new Blackberry with the built in Bluetooth connection in my 2005 Range Rover however as soon as the call is answered the bluetooth drops the call. The Blackberry still shows connected, but the bluetooth in the car is not. I'm assuming they're compatible since it accepts the code and acknowledges the Land Rover on the Blackberry, but I can't make or receive calls. Any ideas of how to fix? AT&T couldn't help me.

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  • Anonymous Dec 22, 2008

    Same thing with the ipone, exactly. Bummer. 

  • munro_4 Dec 29, 2008

    I have the same problem exactly- tried everything, there must be a fix out there - LR not helpful at all with this.....

  • johndispigno Feb 19, 2009

    i have the 8900 curve and a 2005 range rover, same problem for me. although while the rover disconnects but the phone shows connected, i managed to dial another call using the menu key on the curve. this enabled the pairing to work while the curve processed two calls. not a solution though just more data.

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    Thanks for the tip on the soft button. I tried this and it while it places the call again it does allow the call to connect and doesnt drop it as before. Frustratingly I just got the BBerry Bold and its exactly the same problem - LR still not admitting it is a LR problem!!!!

  • kassoff203 Mar 27, 2009

    I have the same problem with my I-Phone 3-G and I was told the bluetooth module in the car needs to be upgraded with newer software.

  • Anonymous Apr 19, 2009

    I am having the same issue and figured out to hit the green button again BUT if you are listening to music or have the GPS on this option does not work as it automatically goes back to the screen you were on unabling you to hit the green button a second time!!! This is quite frustrating.

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Which dealer did you get your part from?? Do you have a part number?

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Ok, this isn't so much a solution as a work around.

As long as your phone is still holding the call (showing connected), once the Range Rover drops the call, hit the soft button that shows a picture of a green phone receiver....as if you were making a call. This will cause the Range Rover to reconnect the speakrs/mike to the phone, and you can continue your call in relative harmony.

I still haven't figured out how to get out of the jam when a second call comes in while you are still on the first....

Good Luck

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  • Gabriel Aug 24, 2009

    Just wanted to let everyone know that there is apparently an chip upgrade available for the 2005 Range Rover for the Bluetooth hands free system. It took my local dealer 6 months for the part to get in (really), but they finally installed it, and my warranty covered it. The bluetooth now works as designed. You can see the names of callers that are in your address book, it auto connects when you enter the vehicle, you can dial by name from the vehicle display (although it just selects a default phone if you have multiple numbers rather than giving you the opportunity to choose), and what's more, there is a marked inmprovement to broadcast sound quality. I suggest that anyone having this issue get this upgrade.

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