This is a discussion on 2.2 FROYO's BLUETOOTH FUNCTIONS within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; Originally Posted by dlff The two noteworthy bluetooth functions mentioned in the 2.2 Froyo press statement are: 1/ Voice dialling over bluetooth 2/ Contact sharing ...
I am having the same problems as N1David & ChrisM64NZ. I've tried 3 Bluetooth devices (a Visor Lite027 which worked fine for voice dialling on by Blackberry, a Nokia BH-102 and a mates old Parrot built-in system (not sure what version))
With my main one (Visor Lite027) the unit beeps when I press the activation button, but nothing happens on the Nexus One.
I can answer and end calls from the Bluetooth unit.
I went from EPF30 to FRF91, but hopefully that should not make a difference.
I don't mind buying another one, but don't want to if it's a problem with my phone. It appears the Clip and Talk Bluetooth Car Kit - V3 from Mobilefun in the UK is compatible. Is anyone is using one of these successfully or has any suggestions as to what might be wrong?
I'm voice dialing with Jawbone classic. Very easy, no problems.
Why oh why does HTC care if I unlock my boot loader? My Nexus One 2.2 FRF91 works great with voice command - one click with my RocketFish bluetooth headset. Voice recognition could be better... I'm looking at you Google.
My concern is with my car dock. I bought the official Nexus One branded car nav charger, and it automatically pairs and routes audio services. Perhaps it is a fault of bluetooth in general, but I would rather have my calls routed to my bluetooth headset, and not the handsfree speakerphone provided by the official car dock. Any ideas? Keep a bluetooth pairing with 2 devices & route navigation (media audio?) to dock and call audio to headset? Doubtful. Maybe I'll disable the dock bluetooth?
I read somewhere that HTC stuck an FM transmitter in the N1. If that is true, than it is theoretically possible to broadcast your Pandora to 88.1 FM ...wirelessly. My iPhone dock was a junk 14$ buy.com purchase that had charger and FM transmitter capability. I"m obviously just trying to recreate that same functionality with my new shiny (well, flat gray) Nexus One.
Of course, perfect world, some enterprising young dev will have already written this perfect bluetooth stack & FM broadcasting app for the marketplace so I can just shell out some green.
Why don't you get to work, and rake IN the green instead of shelling it out?!?!
And welcome to our humble community, too.