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Problem With Moto X Bluetooth Connection to Car

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2nd February 2014, 07:39 AM |#41  
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No consolation to OP, but FWIW my Moto X w Kitkat 4.4 is working great with my 2011 BMW. Bluetooth song info metadata is also working great. I never could get that working properly with my GNex on Kitkat.
 
 
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BT Audio Issues
I'm using a brand new unlocked Moto X with an AT&T SIM, and a 2013 Ford Mustang. No issues with connectivity to the car, but compared to my other phone (iPhone), the audio quality is garbage and the volume is significantly quieter. Anyone else familiar with this issue and a possible remediation?
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I'm using a brand new unlocked Moto X with an AT&T SIM, and a 2013 Ford Mustang. No issues with connectivity to the car, but compared to my other phone (iPhone), the audio quality is garbage and the volume is significantly quieter. Anyone else familiar with this issue and a possible remediation?

iphone5 does have better audio quality all around than MotoX. I do consider MotoX to be very good compared to other Android devices though. You cant make it sound better but you can turn up the volume to max when connected to bluetooth.
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