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AVIC-D3 Blue Tooth Call Waiting

When I am speaking on my cell phone through the booth tooth feature of the D3 and get a second call, the blue tooth locks up and constantly rings the ringer through the D3 and I cannot make it stop. It will stop once the original call is disconnected.

Is there a fix for this?

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  • Gadget343 Sep 29, 2008

    I deleted the AVIC D3 from my BlackBerry 8830 and deleted the 8830 from the D3. I repaired both and the same problem exists.

    When I get a second call while already talking on the phone, the D3 will just keep ringing. I can accept the second call or ignore it with the 8830, but the D3 keeps ringing and ringing and ringing until I disconnect the original call.



    Gadget


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DO AGAIN RE- PAIRING THE BLUE TOOTH WITH YOUR DEVICE.. YOU HAVE TO RE CONFIGURE AGAIN THAT THERE WAS ANOTHER INSTALLED DEVISES.


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Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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Do a full reset to factory default settings, that should fix the problem.

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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    Ginko Sep 28, 2008

    To Reset
    1- Turn it off.
    2- press and hold the botton at the right corner of the
    screen.
    3-While you hold the botton pressed, press
    and hold at the same time the power button until you get a a white screen with a black dot.
    4- follow the instructions on screen to reset the unit to factory settings.

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