Great work! I'll have to remember these issues next time I get a new car or phone
When you go to the Verizon web site the Droid Razr information says it supports MAP, however if you dig deeper into the site and find the FAQ for Bluetooth set up, in the list of supported formats MAP is not listed. Does the Droid Razr actually support MAP or not? If it does how do I set it up? I just purchased a 2012 Subaru Forester and it has the built in text message option, but I can't seem to get it to work. I have searched the settings on my phone and can't find anything for MAP settings. Being able to send and receive text messages, hands free, while I'm driving seems like a great feature, and I am hoping I will be able to use it.
I don't have a Razr but I'm pretty sure this is a MAP issue not just Razr. After exhausting all options we could find, including factory resets on the sync, I just disconnected our 2011 ford edges battery for about two hours, now our previously un-texting Bionics (one rooted and ROMed, one not) are texting through the car no problem. I suspected that draining all juice out of the cars system might force some sort of fresh start.
I recently bought a 2013 Nissan Altima with Bluetooth capabilities. My wife and I both have the same type phone, Motorola Razr. We both pair our phones and can make and receive calls through the Bluetooth, but she can receive text messages and has text messaging options in the car's Bluetooth setup, but I do not. Hers works flawlessly but mine does not get text messages at all and I have no texting settings in the setup like she does.
Any ideas? I asked Nissan and Verizon, neither had any idea how to fix it.
Does anyone know of a list of phones that support MAP? I would like to try other phones that might support it.