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    Niether verizon, palm or cnet seem to know this is a fact although some users claim it to be true. Can we get varification??
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    One user in the release thread confirmed he used his MOTO 820's with no problems on his VZW WX.
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    yes, a2dp and the ability to tether are available on the 700wx for verizon. however, they are not available on the 700w
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    But A2DP does not mean BT Voice Dialing, which I believe is still not there...right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottymomo View Post
    But A2DP does not mean BT Voice Dialing, which I believe is still not there...right?
    WX for VZW does not support BT Voice Dialing out of the box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robdam View Post
    WX for VZW does not support BT Voice Dialing out of the box.

    YET... or so the 2 Reps I talked to lead me to believe . If you ask an online specialist on VZW's site they will tell you it will as well. But to be honest I don't know how to get the request live chat to pop up everytime. I just keep clicking the "Business" up top until it pops up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyc_rock View Post
    Niether verizon, palm or cnet seem to know this is a fact although some users claim it to be true. Can we get varification??
    This is directly from page 11 of the User Guide for the Verizon WX, which confirms it:

    "8 Do any of the following that apply to the
    type of device you’re connecting to:

    Headset or hands-free car kit:
    Check the Hands Free box.

    A2DP/AVRCP enabled stereo
    headset:
    Check the Wireless Stereo
    box.

    GPS device: Press Finish (right
    action key), select the COM Ports tab,
    select the GPS device you selected in
    step 6, and then select New Outgoing
    Port. After you set the partnership and
    COM port, you can configure the GPS
    settings (see Setting up a GPS device).
    Be sure to select the same port you
    have assigned for GPS here."


    Note the Sprint Manual does not refer to the AD2P or AVRCP profiles.
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    levinda13@sbcglobal.net
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    I can confirm A2DP - I've been using my Moto BT Stereo DorkPhones for a day now. What a goob I look like.

    But I'm jammin' with the BT stereo babeeeee.

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