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Address book won't work via bluetooth

2010 Land Rover Freelander and 2010 Blackberry 8900, numbers have downloaded to the car but not the names.

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  • ja_griffiths Feb 19, 2010

    I have a 2010 Freelander and Blackberry 8900. Before getting the Blackberry I checked on the LR website it was fully compatible which it was, the website now shows it isn't.

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Update the software on the blackberry, I had the same problem with the Bold 9000, after upgrading to 4.6 the names showed up. problem now is that it shows multiple entries for the same person, home, mobile work etc but you cant tell which is which because there isnt enough space.

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I have exactly the same issues with A Rangerover Sport 2010 and several Blackberrys 8800/8200. All work but only shows number not name form the address book. very frustrating!!
Nobaby can suggest a solution? appears to be a RR issue?

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