I have a 2008 Land Cruiser 200 and Bluetooth has worked perfectly with a number of other phones, but with the iPhone 3G the other parties complain that they can barely hear me. I have already turned up Bluetooth volume to max and while this solved the echo problem it had no effect on microphone volume. Any suggestions welcome.
I have an iPhone 3G and have paired it with a handsfree bluetooth and people can't hear me. The volume on my iphone is at max and although I can hear them clearly on the bluetooth, they can't hear me.
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This problem doesn''t deal anything with your iPhone 3G. This could be a headset issue. I have tried connecting different Bluetooth headset to my iPhone 3G and I experienced the same problem using the Bluetooth headset of my friend.
To isolate this, please try the steps below:
- Try to disconnect/reconnect the headset via Bluetooth.
- Decrease the volume of your headset while making a call.
- Try to connect the headset using different profile. (for example, you connected your hadset using the headset profile, next try to connect the headset using handsfree profile to see if you will get the same problem)..
- Try using different Bluetooth headset to see if there's a problem only with your phone or with the headset
the iphone 3g bluetooth is at present for headsets/handsfree devices only and cannot link/pair with anything else (phones/pc etc) it has been deliberately crippled to force file transfer etc to be done exclusively through itunes