Hey guys, I'm tagging a few of you that I need one more piece of information from. Our specialists have responded and directly requested the baseband versions that we're seeing this happen with. If you are new to the thread, be sure to provide us with the model code of the phone, your baseband version, carrier, and the car/radio model information. Thanks!
Need Baseband Version information from:
Never said we weren't fixing it for everyone. The people listed were just ones that hadn't posted the Baseband version. I'm sorry the process takes such a long time, but I do appreciate you providing your information already SomeTechGuy. I'll let everyone know once I have more.
Dear Samsung people,
Please send also for me the instructions for fixing the issue. The requested details are below.
I have purchased my Note9 a week ago, and I am already experiencing issues with pairing to bluetooth devices.
I cannot connect the media bluetooth with my car, Skoda Superb 2014. With iPhone7 & Honor9 there has never been such issues with the same car.
Clearing the cache or other tricks mentioned here do not work, so the issue need to be fixed for real.
Samsung has had these major bluetooth issues ongoing for years, and with Note9 from the very beginning of delivery. There has been no fix for it since, so the possibility of Samsung carrying responsibility on this seem minimal. There are journals about this as well:
and, unluckily for us Note9 owners, the list goes on.
Unluckily for me, I did not do a proper research before my purchasing decision, instead I reviewed the (paid) youtube reviews and website comparisons.
The consumer understanding at this point is that Samsung does not have enough pride over the product or work ethic to carry the responsibility for such issues. In addition, the customer communication is below accepted level (you may review this thread as an example). It seems the aim is to play time and forget such problems, sweep them under the rug, and focus on the new models to come. An honest "we will not have a solution" would be appreciated so people could return the non-functioning products in time.
Should there be no fix within a couple of weeks, for me it is obvious the phone will be returned and replaced with iPhone X. It is not as versatile, but the basic functions work. There is no use for this phone if the bluetooth does not work properly, it is a major part of the phones use.
I do not encourage intimidation; it is just my personal call to be sensible to return an unfunctioning phone within the return period and get a working one in return. I would rather have the Note9 fixed, as it seems really nice otherwise.
Please find here the information requested:
Looking forward for your prompt reply including a status update: What is the plan and situation for this warranty project, what is your internal deadline for the fix?
Thank you in advance.
I have the note 9 it hooked right up to my 2012 honda pilot without any issues but not my aftermarket kenwood in my work van the issue can be 2 beasts it can be the phone but also the software on your vehicles headunit hopefully samsung can get it figured out but maybe some of you folks should look to see if your headunit has an update.
so i fixed my issue with my aftermarket kenwood ddx3 i went into settings went to bluetooth settings selected my phone now when i first started it just went to call audio thats it but when i go to settings and select my note 9 i can then add music audio or pandora maybe some of you should also try that i now have no issues with this phone.