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  1. #1
    Glenn
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    I've not been able to get my Ericsson R520m phone to use the UConnect
    Bluetooth hands-free in my new Chrysler Town & Country. I've got the R2
    firmware in the phone. Does anyone know if this setup works or if I might
    need to upgrade to the R4 firmware?

    I'm using this on the T-Mobile system. All the ads that I saw show this on
    AT&T's system, but I really don't see why the system should matter.

    Thanks for any help!
    Glenn





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    Glenn
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    Re: Ericsson R520m with UConnect on T-Mobile

    I just talked to the Mopar service center for the UConnect system. It turns
    out that the UConnect is compatible with only four phones! The list that
    they say is the SonyEricsson T68i, Nokia 3650 and 6310i, and Siemans S56.
    This is not on either the Mopar or Chrysler web sites. You don't find out
    until you buy the product, have it installed, and call the help line. I've
    even have purchased the Nokia 3650 instead of the R520m had I known. I got
    the van before I ordered the phone. This is the description from the web
    site:

    UConnect Hands-Free System: includes a small control pad, microphone,
    speaker, module and wiring harness. UConnect utilizes Bluetooth technology
    which requires a Bluetooth Hands-Free Profile wireless phone.


    Am I missing something here? I have a Plantronics hands-free that works fine
    with the phone and one of the profiles is "port h-free". I would take h-free
    to mean hands free, so it would appear to be compatible from what the add
    says.

    Am I really missing something here?? Or was I just taken for a ride. By
    Chrysler.

    "Glenn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I've not been able to get my Ericsson R520m phone to use the UConnect
    > Bluetooth hands-free in my new Chrysler Town & Country. I've got the R2
    > firmware in the phone. Does anyone know if this setup works or if I might
    > need to upgrade to the R4 firmware?
    >
    > I'm using this on the T-Mobile system. All the ads that I saw show this on
    > AT&T's system, but I really don't see why the system should matter.
    >
    > Thanks for any help!
    > Glenn
    >
    >



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  3. #3
    Ed's Shrink
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    Re: Ericsson R520m with UConnect on T-Mobile

    Well, IMHO, Bluetooth was designed to be just that BLUETOOTH.
    Intercompatibilty between Bluetooth devices is one of the built in
    prerequisites of the Bluetooth doctrine. But I will say that using a r520m,
    which was one of the original commercialy available phones with Bluetooth,
    and that had problem after problem with different compatibility issues when
    it first came out, I would definitely get the last flash for it, and also
    consider something a little newer Bluetooth Phone wise before I throw my
    hands up in disgust




    "Glenn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]ilink.net...
    > I just talked to the Mopar service center for the UConnect system. It

    turns
    > out that the UConnect is compatible with only four phones! The list that
    > they say is the SonyEricsson T68i, Nokia 3650 and 6310i, and Siemans S56.
    > This is not on either the Mopar or Chrysler web sites. You don't find out
    > until you buy the product, have it installed, and call the help line. I've
    > even have purchased the Nokia 3650 instead of the R520m had I known. I got
    > the van before I ordered the phone. This is the description from the web
    > site:
    >
    > UConnect Hands-Free System: includes a small control pad,

    microphone,
    > speaker, module and wiring harness. UConnect utilizes Bluetooth technology
    > which requires a Bluetooth Hands-Free Profile wireless phone.
    >
    >
    > Am I missing something here? I have a Plantronics hands-free that works

    fine
    > with the phone and one of the profiles is "port h-free". I would take

    h-free
    > to mean hands free, so it would appear to be compatible from what the add
    > says.
    >
    > Am I really missing something here?? Or was I just taken for a ride. By
    > Chrysler.
    >
    > "Glenn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I've not been able to get my Ericsson R520m phone to use the UConnect
    > > Bluetooth hands-free in my new Chrysler Town & Country. I've got the R2
    > > firmware in the phone. Does anyone know if this setup works or if I

    might
    > > need to upgrade to the R4 firmware?
    > >
    > > I'm using this on the T-Mobile system. All the ads that I saw show this

    on
    > > AT&T's system, but I really don't see why the system should matter.
    > >
    > > Thanks for any help!
    > > Glenn
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
    >






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