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  1. JKib's Avatar
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    Please don't make me read through all those posts!

    Does the Verizon MR rerelease fix the Bluetooth connection/disconnection problems.

    I've never had the other errors, and don't want to try the update unless it'll allow me trust my bluetooth headset again.

    Thanks.
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    The original 1.10 MR fixed *my* Bluetooth problems. I haven't tried the underscore MR, because I don't use a data connection so I didn't see a need to risk it.
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    Bluetooth is a bit better, but still not usable.
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    I have to agree. I seem to have the same number of dis-connects and re-connects that I have always had with the 700P. No bluetooth improvement for me.
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    for me it was 50/50....i have 2 headsets(jabra BT8010&apple iphone bt headset).Both used to disconnect frequently.After the new MR my iphone headset still disconnects,but the jabra BT8010 works perfectly and hasn't disconnected once in the past week since I did the upgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kocoman View Post
    Bluetooth is a bit better, but still not usable.
    Quote Originally Posted by wbwjr View Post
    I have to agree. I seem to have the same number of dis-connects and re-connects that I have always had with the 700P. No bluetooth improvement for me.
    Just a thought....

    While I understand that you are speaking about your own personal experiences, general statements like "BT is not usable" don't really serve any purpose, IMHO. For example, I've had no connection/disconnection problems with either my Jabra JX-10 or my Kenwood carkit before or after the MR. The MR fixed the Caller ID bug on many carkits, and I use both extensively every day with complete success. So from my perspective you couldn't be any more wrong, but it wouldn't have helped the OP if I had just answered him "BT works perfectly." Perhaps you guys could be more specific with types of BT components you are using and the problems you are having.
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    I've used been using the Motorola H700C with the MR and it's been VERY stable! Actually, I don't think I've lost a call yet since getting the MR. I agree with dcpmark - what BT components are you using? I used the H700C because of the good reviews and recommendations I got for it on this form and other places (and the fact that it was tested by Palm).
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcpmark View Post
    Just a thought....

    While I understand that you are speaking about your own personal experiences, general statements like "BT is not usable" don't really serve any purpose, IMHO. For example, I've had no connection/disconnection problems with either my Jabra JX-10 or my Kenwood carkit before or after the MR. The MR fixed the Caller ID bug on many carkits, and I use both extensively every day with complete success. So from my perspective you couldn't be any more wrong, but it wouldn't have helped the OP if I had just answered him "BT works perfectly." Perhaps you guys could be more specific with types of BT components you are using and the problems you are having.
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    My Motorola H3 headset would fail to carry sound after within 2 hours of disconnecting from power (not continuous use).
    I exchanged it for a Motorola H500 and upgraded to the new MR.
    I received the headset the same day I upgraded.
    The headset is now extremely reliable and stable.
    Not sure if it was the headset or the upgrade, but after 9 months of unreliable BT, my 700p is now stable.
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    I have a 700wx with Sprint and have frequent disconnects with plantronics and less with Motorola Razorwires and H700. I feel this is software reaction to low signal or low memory issue with disconnects. This is what I have observed. Sprint store told me to try Samsung wep200 for less disconnects. I will post if this headset is any better.
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    Report on Samsung WEP200 with Sprint 700wx is good. No disconnects for past 2days and callers on other side say I am clearer and louder than with other headsets. Dont like the way it fits in ear as hard to get tight fit although read that one user used a Jabra ear piece and worked good so I may try that.
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    Just out of curiosity, do you know what version of the H700 you where using? Look at the headset's model - should say H700A H700b, or H700C. I know the A and B version where known to have problems...
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    It just says H700 without any letter following the model

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