So far so good but looking around in the bluetooth configuration panel, i find out that we have 2 way of adding a bluetooth device. Because the device is shelved they perhaps are not interested in fixing it. I know the does not have the same bluetooth config panel Also, in every advertising document for the T, thet say the following I do not use bluetooth on my motorcycle, instead i use the audio out from the nuvi and running it to my Intercom. In my case i dont need a headset because i already have a pair with my intercom. GMRS for the group rides would be a nice to have. If the media player on the garmin was playing then it would pause until after the call was ended.
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I wear a shorty helmet. One for cellphone an the other for Audio. I’m pretty sure you could use the Scala Bluetooth or any type of Bluetooth device for motorcycle and it would work.
I’m looking for a method of using the bluetooth audio on a nuvi on my motorbike. But the problem is that when I initiate a call or receivce a call, the audio from the call is only played back on the T. In my early search, i did come up with one that did not have an internal battery and it had to be plugged in all the time.
So far i have not found a Bluetooth device that will operate in both mode Bluetooth and Charge mode. Depending on a charger keeps you tied to the bike. Why the 2 options in the bluetooth panel? If you decide to shut down the headset, and disable the bluetooth headset on the Nuvi, the internal speaker does not come on, you have to power off the unit and on again Harley Rider 0 Points. Hi everybody, Presently i am installing my on my motorcycle I know its not waterproof and i used the nuvi 3.
I noticed that the Garmin website now has removed reference to the Nuvi T being able to handle bluetooth between a phone and a headset. A BT headset that can be modified or a receiver that works with Garmin is the goal.
Thanks for bringing it up. D I dont know if i ever mentionned this Web Site before but i did find a lot of info: The controls on the BT are not glove friendly but have some tactile feedback and are easier to use with riding gloves on than the touchscreen on the nuvi.
I’ll follow on that. I don’t listen to music or the cell phone when I’m riding my bike.
Do you guys think garmin will ever fix this? This way, i would be able to remove the Bluetooth device and use it somewhere else. Music to my ears and nav instruction also. Hi GeoVcr, My initial idea was to have the Bluetooth device on the bike connected all the time to the charger using the regular mini usb connector but i beleive that once you connect both of them, the device does not work in Bluettoth mode but only in Charge mode. I have two set of bluetooth headset in the house and i paired then to my nuvi one at a time without any problems.
I use custom earplugs fitted with an acoustic tube headset when riding. So far so good but looking around in the bluetooth configuration panel, i find out that we have 2 way of adding a bluetooth device.
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I did not experience problem with the Nuvi audio jack as such. If the media player on the garmin was playing then it would pause until after the call was ended. I already had a 12 volts cigarette adapter to a mini USB connector that is normaly used to plug in any Bluetooth device. I heard people with the Zumo series have similar problems. So far, i have been trying to find such a device but i have not been lucky.
Thats only to name a few.