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Can't stop auto answer when using bluetooth in my car's system

I have a Razr V3m that is paired with my Acura MDX and it was working fine until yesterday when suddenly, when I get a call, the phone automatically answers the call instead of letting me answer it using a button on the steering wheel. I can't find anyplace on the phone to disable the auto answer mode. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks...

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Go to settings>Car settings and turn off auto answer, also do the same in headset menu.

Posted on Feb 16, 2007

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