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Topic # 57235 6-Feb-2010 23:58
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Just about to give up on this. I can't get consistent uninterrupted playback from my E71 to my Samsung SBH500 headset. Always seem to get annoying gaps in the playback, whether an MPEG4 streaming video or an MP3 on the memory card in the phone. Batteries are fully charged on both devices, and they are no distance further apart than the length of my arm. Why? It's so annoying. I'm concluding they are simply incompatible. 

Anyone know whether this can be fixed? I'm running 300.21.012 firmware on the E71.

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  Reply # 296698 7-Feb-2010 07:50
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The changelog doesn't mention any changes for Bluetooth but an upgrade to the v400 firmware that came out in November could be an option.




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  Reply # 296722 7-Feb-2010 10:12
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That's what I thought when I upgraded to the v300 firmware from v200, but sadly, no diff that time, but I'd be prepared to give it one more go.

When I upgraded to v300, I knew there was a v400 out, but it wasn't offered as an option for my Product Number? How do you I force an upgrade to v400, and does it really matter if it's used in an area that it isn't 'available' for (i.e I presume the product codes within the E71 series relate to which country they are released in, so is it compatible with TNZ's XT implementation)?

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