problems with thunderbolt

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  1. wvdroidman

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    First my phone locks up when listening to radiotime or iheartradio for longer than 30 minutes.
    Also for some reason my roadster isn't pairing correctly. When I say CALL VOICEMAIL it will dial a random contact.
    When I say call *86 it will pick a random number to call.
    How do I fix these problems?
     
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    does anyone know how to fix this?
     
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    I would download the tts extender app to get better voice recognition or install vlingo

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    Which one is better? I don't want to be driving down the road and dial my cousin instead of my friend.
    Is there a better visor device than the roadster?
     
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    I would use vlingo. I used it a ton on my Droid and it works great. You can use it to dictate sms, get directions, make calls, etc. There is a car mode for it that works great. I used it because it wad easier

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    vlingo makes you have to press a button to send a message or call a person. Plus the preson has to be in your contacts to call or message them. For instance I tried to send myself a test message and it didn't recognize my number and returned to contact list not sending the message.

    Is there a better option or is my roadster not as good as I thought it was and if so what visor clip bluetooth set is better?
     
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    ok I am going to start another thread about which bluetooth is better.
     
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    I never had to hit a button to send anything. Use the carmode beta. It will read it to you, and then prompt you to say send. I haven't tried it with someone not in my contacts

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    which is better the s4 or the roadster? I didn't expect it to be so hard to use the roadster. I'm glad I am testing it out at home first before using it on the road.
     
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    I am not sure. I have only ever used the speaker and Mic built into the phone. Works great for me.

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