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arthurhh

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#61976 26-May-2010 22:21
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I have bluetooth in the car and the iPhone does a brilliant job of bonding to it, sometimes to good :)

But I work IT breakfix, I am often in a position where I need hands free and want to use the headset that comes with the phone (cannot stand the blue tooth headsets) but when I want the corded headset when I drag it out of my pocket it is in a 10 minute to untangle mess. Any suggestions?

BTW the too good a bonding to the car, at home in my office, near my garage,  my car electrics stay live for 30 mins after I take the key out, if someone calls in that 30 mins the car grabs the call and I get nothing on the phone, Toyota add Bugger.


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arthurhh

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  #335294 26-May-2010 22:33
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Well sort of, not entirely sold on it though, it has to live in my trouser left pocket with my glass cleaning cloths and bottle. yeah I am a bit organised, need to be when you keep IT running for a site that puts a Million Dollars a day out the door.

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  #335320 26-May-2010 23:31
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a bit organised, but obviously not the sort to check, and double-check stuff.... your URL in your signature has a spelling mistake :P




 
 
 
 


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  #335324 26-May-2010 23:37
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Um Argh well oh Bugger  Cool

But6 yes you are right

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  #335407 27-May-2010 10:43
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Never coil your headphones cord up, stuff it into your pocket plug end first, chances are it will tangle less when you pull it out.

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  #335410 27-May-2010 10:48
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Oh and if you simply lock your vehicle in your garage ( with remote etc) it would disable Bluetooth connection and allow you to take calls on handset, surely?

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  #335546 27-May-2010 15:48
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1eStar: Oh and if you simply lock your vehicle in your garage ( with remote etc) it would disable Bluetooth connection and allow you to take calls on handset, surely?


Nope stays live 30 minutes even when locked. Dam modern tricks and treats in these new cars

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