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Reception / signal keeps cutting in and out

The problem I have with the i-mate jam is that the antenna signal keeps on cutting off. Sometimes even when I am on the phone to somebody it just looses the signal. Any suggestions? Thank you

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  • salac Dec 12, 2007

    thank you for the replay, what is the file name i should download form the i-mate www



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There is a bug with the i-mate jam bluetooth , it may cuase this  when this happend try to enable and then disable the bluetooth,
if it works agian there is a file fix this bug in the bluetooth from club i-mate site try to download it

Posted on Dec 11, 2007

  • ali sahib
    ali sahib Dec 12, 2007

    i don't remember the name but you will find it by it's work  that is a bug with the jam bluetooth try to search it there and register your i-mate



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