Pre owners, are you having using the Bluetooth features of your smartphone with your vehicle’s Bluetooth car kit? If so, Palm wants to hear from you.
I have been working with the other moderators at Palm’s Support Community Forums to identify issues between the Pre and Bluetooth car kits. We have been working to collect data from Pre users to identify which make and model year cars are having issues with the hope of being able to enhance Bluetooth support in future versions of webOS. The kind of information that is being collected is:
- Carkit Model info (Manufacturer, firmware version, etc):
- Details of problem: (e.g. pairing drops, static on the line, buttons mapped incorrectly, etc)
- webOS version:
- Included in compatibility list:
Palm’s Pre Bluetooth compatibility list can be found on the Palm website. Once you have gathered the information specific to your vehicle, you can post that data in Palm’s Bluetooth support forum.
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Road accidents happen when a driver is distracted by mobile phone use. With more states passing laws to enforce safe driving practices, having a bluetooth car kit will not only save your life but money as well.
Another issue for some is that Bluetooth devices are easier to exploit. I hope that this will be addressed since it's very useful to have a bluetooth car kit.
The equation is pretty simple. Car models which preceded bluetooth technology, of course, would not have accommodations for these devices. Modifications, I believe, are available to remedy this.
This might still be a worthy investment if you're still fancied by Bluetooth. Recent developments have come up with better alternatives but it still depends on your preference.
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