Question about Cell Phones
I'm not sure if this is a known issue or not. Based on my experiences regarding Bluetooth devices, bad echo could be caused by two things. First, if it's an issue with the device and second, if you are connecting in to a wrong Bluetooth profile.
Most Bluetooth audio devices supports two different Audio Profile, one is the headset profile (mono) and handsfree profile. If your T605 is connected to another Bluetooth device using the "mono", try to disconnect the two devices and re-connect them, before reconnecting the two devices, you will see the supported profiles of your T605. If there's only one profile appeared, then you may need to contact the manufacturer and verify if they have a firmware upgrade that will fix the problem.
Thank you and good luck!
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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