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Zumo 550 - Failure of call functionality on Bluetooth

When my Nokia 6230 is connected to the zumo via bluetooth, I can make a call using the zumo functions, but when it connects, alhtough I can hear the incoming speech, the person at the other end cannot hear me.

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2008

    i have a zumo 550 and a nokia 6310

    also i havde a cardo bluetooth headset

    i can pair the nokia but when i make a call or i get a call then the

    nokia get disconnected

    i have tried this with a samsung but no problem

    anyone a solution?

  • Anonymous Sep 24, 2008

    As soon as you make a call, the connection between the phone and the zumo 550 gets disconnected

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Try the garmin webupdater with the unit connected to the computer to see if your bluetooth firmware is the latest. Beware however, I lost phonebook functionality!

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