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The bluetooth feature is great and works like a charm with the exception of incoming calls. I hit the button to answer, my phone appears as if I've answered, but there is only silence on my end. The caller tells me that they also hear silence although the ringing stopped when I answered. I don't see anywhere in the literature that I could be doing anything wrong. It's as simple as hitting a button and saying "hello".
 

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Make sure the volume on the bluetooth connection is turned up. It is seperate from the stereo volume, but controlled by the same knob when the phone is in the talk mode.
 

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Yep, volume is turned up.
 

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Had a similar problem with my Kenwood Bluetooth. All blueteeth :teethmast do not support all cell phones. The only thing standard about the standard is that each manufacturer implements it differently. We had a saying in the Navy. "Standard throughout the Navy, different on every ship." Usually the bluetooth manufacturer publishes a list of compatible phones. Obviously the list cannot be comprehensive or kept up to date. I used a different model cell phone and the problem went away. Try another phone model.
 

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Had a similar problem with my Kenwood Bluetooth. All blueteeth :teethmast do not support all cell phones. The only thing standard about the standard is that each manufacturer implements it differently. We had a saying in the Navy. "Standard throughout the Navy, different on every ship." Usually the bluetooth manufacturer publishes a list of compatible phones. Obviously the list cannot be comprehensive or kept up to date. I used a different model cell phone and the problem went away. Try another phone model.

I actually noticed in the manual when I was first setting it up, it mentioned the Nissan site to check phone compatibility. (http://www.nissanusa.com/bluetooth/) But, since my phone worked fine when adding phonebook entries and making calls I just assumed it was compatible. But, since cohee3 pointed me once again in the right direction, I have discovered that my Treo 680 is not on the list. In fact, only one Treo is listed, the 700 model. So, I guess I'm just stuck with only partial compatibility. Crap. :eh:
 

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I've found that the Treo's are very picky about which Bluetooth devices that they will pair up with. I had to buy a new headset (from Treo) because my motorola wouldn't work properly - kind of like you are seeing with your truck. So much for a "standard"....
 

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Don't use a Samsung HUE either. Not compatable with my friends Titan. It links but will invariably drop the call a few seconds in. You should not have any problems with about any Motorola phone linking. At least this has been my experience with Jeep bluetooth, Toyota bluetooth and the aftermarket set up I have in my Titan.

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It wouldn't happen to be the same caller, would it? Might be their phone/service
 

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Thanks a ton for this link. I am brand new to Nissan, got my Titan yesterday. Couldn't believe how specific this help link was to get my phone setup with the Bluetooth system!

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I actually noticed in the manual when I was first setting it up, it mentioned the Nissan site to check phone compatibility. (Nissan Bluetooth Wireless Phone Technology - Nissan USA) But, since my phone worked fine when adding phonebook entries and making calls I just assumed it was compatible. But, since cohee3 pointed me once again in the right direction, I have discovered that my Treo 680 is not on the list. In fact, only one Treo is listed, the 700 model. So, I guess I'm just stuck with only partial compatibility. Crap. :eh:
 
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