Yes it's finally working ok now. Took some doing for sure! Thanks
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I have the Nexus 5 and love. Bluetooth can be a tricky animal. Different decks sync up in different ways. I remember having to do a few tricks to make mine work. Did you get yours to work? If not, let me know what kind of deck you have and maybe I can help.
Well after a week with the new Nexus 4 phone, the only problem I'm having with it is getting the bluetooth to work with my car.
My old phone was a Blackberry Torch - it thrived on bluetooth... the Nexus 4, not so much. I started doing some research about it online last night and found that it's a more common problem than just me.
I do make/receive calls when I'm in the car a fair bit, so the bluetooth feature is important. I'm going to keep messing with it, and hopefully figure it out.
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I haven't seen the Nexus 4, but heard good things about it! My wife and I have a Nexus 10, Nexus 7, and Nexus 5. We're obviously big fans of Google and their products. You're totally right on the convenience of the phone. I admit, I still use my iPhone, but it's cuz I'm too cheap to upgrade my phone. My wife was thrilled to drop her iPhone and get the Nexus 5
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