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  1. #1
    boe
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    A lot of callers have complained I sound choppy on my new 6800. So I tried
    3 different types of BT headset. They still complained I was cutting in
    and out. So I posted on a few boards about the mogul - a lot of people are
    having the same issue - many different BT units listed including new cars.

    I just spoke to tech support at HTC - 866-449-8358 - first they asked me if
    I tried other devices, resetting the device. Then I asked if there was a
    patch or anything possible for this - they said it he's gotten a lot of
    calls about this same issue so they are aware of it.

    I'd suggest you call 866-449-8358, not to bug them but to let them know if
    you are having this issue to try and make sure they get enough notification
    so that the patch comes out sooner than later. I realize they said it he's
    gotten a lot of calls about this same issue so they are aware of it but it
    usually takes a rediculous amount of calls or e-mails about the same issue
    for a big company to move forward on a patch. Hell, how many complaints
    about igniting batteries did it take before Sony began a recall? I'm not
    assuming HTC will be as bad as Sony but with the volume of calls a big
    company gets, it takes a lot of identical complaints before a company takes
    any issue seriously as there is very little communication between reps at
    most bigger companies.

    I think if enough people call about it who are having this issue we could
    expect a patch reasonably soon but if we all just wait for it, it may never
    come out if there isn't enough momentum.





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  2. #2
    Bob Berry
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    Re: Problems with new Sprint Mogul Blue Tooth or BT stack

    On Jun 25, 2:15 pm, "boe" <[email protected]> wrote:
    > A lot of callers have complained I sound choppy on my new 6800. So I tried
    > 3 different types of BT headset. They still complained I was cutting in
    > and out. So I posted on a few boards about the mogul - a lot of people are
    > having the same issue - many different BT units listed including new cars.
    >
    > I just spoke to tech support at HTC - 866-449-8358 - first they asked me if
    > I tried other devices, resetting the device. Then I asked if there was a
    > patch or anything possible for this - they said it he's gotten a lot of
    > calls about this same issue so they are aware of it.
    >
    > I'd suggest you call 866-449-8358, not to bug them but to let them know if
    > you are having this issue to try and make sure they get enough notification
    > so that the patch comes out sooner than later. I realize they said it he's
    > gotten a lot of calls about this same issue so they are aware of it but it
    > usually takes a rediculous amount of calls or e-mails about the same issue
    > for a big company to move forward on a patch. Hell, how many complaints
    > about igniting batteries did it take before Sony began a recall? I'm not
    > assuming HTC will be as bad as Sony but with the volume of calls a big
    > company gets, it takes a lot of identical complaints before a company takes
    > any issue seriously as there is very little communication between reps at
    > most bigger companies.
    >
    > I think if enough people call about it who are having this issue we could
    > expect a patch reasonably soon but if we all just wait for it, it may never
    > come out if there isn't enough momentum.


    I find bluetooth to be much poorer quality than the sound I get
    talking through and listening through a regular headset. This is with
    a Treo phone.




  3. #3
    boe
    Guest

    Re: Problems with new Sprint Mogul Blue Tooth or BT stack

    Yeah the treo BT isn't great (I support about 200 pda phones). The 6700
    was not great when it came out but if you used a hacked firmware update to
    bring it to WM5 AKU 3.5 it was pretty darn good - not as good as using the
    Widcom stack instead of the MS BT stack but still not bad. But even the
    6700 native MS BT stack was better on the 6700 when it first came out than
    the one on the 6800.


    "Bob Berry" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Jun 25, 2:15 pm, "boe" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> A lot of callers have complained I sound choppy on my new 6800. So I
    >> tried
    >> 3 different types of BT headset. They still complained I was cutting in
    >> and out. So I posted on a few boards about the mogul - a lot of people
    >> are
    >> having the same issue - many different BT units listed including new
    >> cars.
    >>
    >> I just spoke to tech support at HTC - 866-449-8358 - first they asked me
    >> if
    >> I tried other devices, resetting the device. Then I asked if there was
    >> a
    >> patch or anything possible for this - they said it he's gotten a lot of
    >> calls about this same issue so they are aware of it.
    >>
    >> I'd suggest you call 866-449-8358, not to bug them but to let them know
    >> if
    >> you are having this issue to try and make sure they get enough
    >> notification
    >> so that the patch comes out sooner than later. I realize they said it
    >> he's
    >> gotten a lot of calls about this same issue so they are aware of it but
    >> it
    >> usually takes a rediculous amount of calls or e-mails about the same
    >> issue
    >> for a big company to move forward on a patch. Hell, how many complaints
    >> about igniting batteries did it take before Sony began a recall? I'm
    >> not
    >> assuming HTC will be as bad as Sony but with the volume of calls a big
    >> company gets, it takes a lot of identical complaints before a company
    >> takes
    >> any issue seriously as there is very little communication between reps at
    >> most bigger companies.
    >>
    >> I think if enough people call about it who are having this issue we could
    >> expect a patch reasonably soon but if we all just wait for it, it may
    >> never
    >> come out if there isn't enough momentum.

    >
    > I find bluetooth to be much poorer quality than the sound I get
    > talking through and listening through a regular headset. This is with
    > a Treo phone.
    >






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