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Hello,

When I enter a contacts mobile number eg : 0409 254 123 the Bluetooth in my car will not dial this.
If I then log into google from main pc and change to 0409254123 with no gaps the Bluetooth unit will then dial it.
So really the issue is how a contacts mobile number in stored in the mobile where the Bluetooth does not recognize the gapps in the phone number.
Anyone know how to fix this?

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Yes im using Omni rom.
It did the same with resurrection rom also.
Maybe its just 4.4.2 that's messed up.
 
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So is there going to be a 4.4 rom which uses the Samsung base?
 
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