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Old 11th July 2010, 22:26   #1
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Blackberry 9630 problems with bluetooth

Hello everyone:
Just had a weird problem that started last week in my 2008 M5. I have a Blackberry 9630 from Verizon for the past 6 months. I paired it with the car bluetooth and it worked flawlessly for all that time. Last week suddenly when I started the car one day, the phone ones it pairs with the car, there appears to be an active call when in deed there isn't. When this happened, the radio did not work, voice command was not working either. I could not disconnect that active call using all the different buttons in the car. When I shut down the car, the computer remains on and cannot completely shut it down. The only way to get things back to normal is to shut down the phone, or disconnect it from the bluetooth connection which returns everything in the car to normal. I thought it was a problem with the blue tooth, so I tried to pair my Iphone to the car that worked fine with no issues. So, it is only the blackberry. Now, I deleted it from the bluetooth list of the car and reinstalled it which did not solve the problem. I rebooted the computer system by pushing the eject buttons of the CD and DVD as well as the volume button, which also did not correct the problem. When this happened last week, there was nothing new. I did not change anything with the car or the phone, so it happened spontaneously.
So, every time I pair the blackberry to the car, the car recognize it as having an active call and I cannot disconnect it which mutes all the voice functions of the car.
Did anyone face that problem or has a solution?
Have a very good day everyone.
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Old 12th July 2010, 22:17   #2
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I have the exact same phone from Sprint and have not encountered pairing problems but will be on the lookout and let you know if anything arises.
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Found out the solution

Finally found out the solution of the problem. I did reboot my blackberry and everything was fine afterwards. It was the phone that had the problem.
Thank you guys for all the help.
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