Question about Samsung Galaxy S GTI9000 Smartphone
Hi,Holding and talking on a cell phone while driving is becoming increasingly frowned upon---not to mention illegal in certain states. One way to avoid running afoul of the law is an adapter that will transmit your cell phone calls through your car stereo, allowing you to use your phone hands-free. Because the Samsung i9000t is a folding, clamshell-style phone that can be difficult to open and hold while on the road, an adapter could greatly improve safe use.
Attach a cell phone car stereo adapter to the earpiece of your Samsung i9000t by pulling up the clip to the adapter and sliding it onto the earpiece of your cell phone.
Place your Samsung SCH U700 within three feet of your car stereo.
Tune your FM radio to 88.7 or 106.5.
Turn on the cell phone car stereo adapter by pressing the power button. When you receive a call, simply answer it on your cell phone. If you are tuned to either 88.7 FM or 106.5 FM, your call will be transmitted through your car stereo. The same procedures apply when you place a call on your cell phone.
Tips & Warnings
Set a preset on your car stereo to 88.7 or 106.5 so that all you have to do is hit the button to reach the station when you receive a call on your Samsung i9000t
Make sure the cell phone car stereo adapter is placed directly over the earpiece of your Samsung i9000t in order for it to transmit properly.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
Hi, I see this a lot. it seems that not all BT devices are created equal,and differing handshaking routines can cause many problems.
You see most, all?, manufacturers have what we call "Golden Lists" now these lists dictate exactly which BT headsets work, Now, unless a HS is specified on that list, it most often simply will NOT work.
This is especially true when trying to pair an older type HS, with a newer type smartphone.
If your phone picks it up but will not pair, then usually there is NO WAY to make it happen, it is a handshaking issue that unless the device(s) were re-coded cannot be surmounted. (As an aside here some manufacturers give out firmware updates, that may allow usage for the HS or Phone, this is worth a check?)
BT devices "Just work" and if they don't then usually that's it.. you need one that "Just works".
I have heard that sometimes doing a Factory Re-set to the Phone, and then after rebooting immediately attempt pairing sometimes may work? (But be careful as you loose everything when you FR)
So my professional advice to you is to find out exactly what Head Set WILL work, with your new smartphone, and obtain that one. perhaps you can sell your existing one to offset costs?
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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