Originally Posted by xkon
i had the same issue - with a 8700 and 8100... anyone?
Here are my settings:
Device Name: LAND ROVER
Echo Control: Automatic
Device Name: BlackBerry 8300
Allow Outgoing Calls: Always
Address Book Transfer: Disabled
LED Connection Indicator: On
I am sure you know this but if you search for new device from the phone:
options -> Bluetooth -> add device
it will search for your car (car needs to be on but engine doesn't need to be running) and first show "audio device" and then will show "land rover". Hit enter when land rover comes up and then input the code. I think it is "2121" on all Range Rovers. Then make sure you change the settings on the device and in the "options" segment under bluetooth to the settings I list above.
Let us know if that helps. Might be that the new LR2 uses a different Bluetooth stack that will be available after later Curve Operating releases. I know my 8700c never worked with my RR Sport until I upgraded it to v 4.2 of the Operating Software, then it worked like a charm.
Hope that helps.