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Bluetooth Phone Echo

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Woland, Jul 20, 2015.

  1. Woland

    Woland Member

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    Over Bluetooth, during "hands-free" phone calls over the car's mic / speakers, on my iPhone 6 / P85D, the other person can always hear themselves. This is 100% of the time. Does anyone know what's going on here? Phone and car are on the latest updates, and I've tried forgetting the BT connection and re-establishing it.

    Any tips or tricks to correct this?

    Thanks!

    PS - as a side note, I cannot hear notification sounds on my iPhone 6 when it is Bluetooth connected to the car; those notifications will not make any sound over the car speakers or the phone itself until I'm out of range of the car, or I disconnect the BT link.
     
  2. Woland

    Woland Member

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    I had my car in for other service and I mentioned this issue. It turns out that the issue was caused by one of the mics in the car being misaligned. They re-aligned the mic and the issue is now gone.
     
  3. JPP

    JPP Active Member

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    In the Model S when your iPhone is BT linked, all notification sounds and alerts are muted. Not good, but the way it is....
     
  4. MrJones390

    MrJones390 Space Boat

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    Try turning down your speakers so the caller's voice doesn't get picked up by the car's mic
     

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