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Re: Audio very low when i use blutooth Handset in ...

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dawood85
Posts: 50

Audio very low when i use blutooth Handset in my Lumia 920

Hi,

 

I have the Handset BH-106 which was working fine with my old Nokia Phones, after i got the Lumia 920 i Found that the Audio became very low after start the Call, it will start good but dropping down with the time, it was very old so i decided to buy i new one and i have selected the BH-217.

 

i have tested it in the store the Audio was perfect, after few days the same issue accure and now im sure its the Phone issue not the Handset.

 

i did soo many soft/Hard Resets, i also got the Portico update, and i got other nokia Update (like Audio and others) but nothing worked.

 

is it really the Phone Issue because i dont want to buy newer handset like BH-220 with no benifits !

 

what is the soulution and what is the best Audio Hanset (for phone calls only i dont listen to music), which is have a car base like the BH-217 and can go to stand-by Mode.

 

 

Regards,

 

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Counsellor
garym114
Posts: 112

Re: Audio very low when i use blutooth Handset in my Lumia 920

It seems like this is a common problem with the BH-217 and it's auto adjust volume. You should be able to adjust volume on the phone.

Others have the same problem.

http://discussions.nokia.com/t5/Accessories-Car-Phones-and-Other/Bluetooth-BH-217-volume-problem/m-p...

 

Any bluetooth headset should work for you.

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