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Old 06-09-2009, 11:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Pandora vs Motorola T505

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My Motorola T505 pairs beautifully with my 8330 in my car - for phone calls ONLY. It will not play Pandora. I've tried multiple stations that the
T505 suggests, but the music will not route thru my car stereo - only my phone calls. This is driving me bonkers. It must be an easy fix, no??
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Default Here's how

Within Pandora, enable 'bluetooth' in the options and that will solve it.
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I've got the same hardware/carrier setup.

I've also confirmed that bluetooth is enabled in Pandora.

But ... when I try to listen to Pandora over the FM connection I'll get two seconds of music and then the music speeds up to 2x normal speed. And then the FM connection fails and I get 2x speeded up music coming from the Blackberry speaker.
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Problem solved.

Pandora tech support recommended installing rev 1.1.0 (Pandora for Blackberry).

This resolved the problems I had.
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