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Hello from Mexico!!

I bought Nolan N103 equipped with ncom bluetooth communication system.

In the ncom module is stated that it supports A2DP protocol. In my BB 9000 Bold is stated the a2dp support too. Unfortunately I can't get them working.

Making and receiving calls by bluetooth works just fine. Problem is with music, when I play music it doesn´t goes through the helmet but through the bb speakers though the Bluetooth is on.

Iknow the BT in the helmet works with a2dp because I tested with a Nokia phone and worked fine

Has anybody manage to get them work?

thank you for any help
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