Originally Posted by RootBeer
Let me clarify something. The phones with blue tooth with work. However, you may not have "complete" compatibility. Meaning uconnect may not download your phone book or not completely download it, as in my case.
You can always put the names and phone numbers into uconnect manually.
Not true in all cases. I'm not talking about "complete" compatibility just blue tooth connection. The ability to be able to talk and hear via Uconnect.
My phone (Motorola W376-G) pairs with Uconnect but thats about all. Once I try to make or receive calls the reliability is inconsistant and eventually results in the bluetooth signal dropping. The best I have been able to achieve is a one minute conversation where both sides can hear each other.
The dealer says that the Uconnect is OK. TracFone and Motorola say that the W376G has bluetooth 2.0. I don't care about "complete" compatibility, I just want to be able to make and receive calls.
I have a Garmin GPS that connects to the phone via bluetooth and have no problems. Is it too much to ask that Uconnect in a $40,000+ vehicle do the same?