First let me say, "Thank You" for finally providing us with bluetooth voice dialing, However, why doesn't it work like other systems that ask you to validate the person your calling before it begins calling who it thinks you said"?
I'm use to pressing my Bluetooth device, then a voice asking me to say the name of the person I want to call, then me saying the name of the person I want to call, then the device asking me if (who it thinks) I want to call is the correct person or not, before it dails them. My Driod merely ask me to say the name of the person I want to call and it immediately dials the number/person it thinks I said, without giving me the options to say "NO". And so far it's been wrong more times than not, And I can't end it via the bluetooth device, unless the person it dialed answers the call (which leaves me having to explain why I called them by accident), otherwise I have to grab the phone from my holster (while driving) and manual end the call.
My questions is, all the other phones I've had prior, that had bluetooth dialing, and they all prompted me to verifiy that the person/number it thinks I said is correct, prior to dialing it! So why couldn't the Driod just follow suit