I dont have the issue with mine. I have a Nissan Maxima 09.... I can not play through bluetooth, so I go through the audio port as well. I answer my calls while BT is on even when playing music. Only thing I can think about is you have the volume down on one, namely your BT audio. The dang N3 separates an remembers volume on multiple devices. Your car should switch to BT once you get a call though. Your car will get the signal and switch.
Can you test whether or not it works if you have BT headphones or an ear piece? I can use my BT headphones to control the music: play, stop, next prev... while I am listening via the headphone jack. And still answer calls.
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Originally Posted by enfurno
Question, does the bluetooth in your vehicle only manage calls and not all audio coming out of your device? I'd assume not if you are having to hardwire the phone in order to listen to audio. That just seems very odd. I'm not certain that there is even a way to adjust how the phone manages different outputs in this sort of setup, but you might want to have a look at the call answer options when you have the device set up in this fashion. There may in fact be a way to answer the call via bluetooth, I know when I am linked up in my vehicle there are several options when a call comes through, one of them being "headset" I believe, which is bluetooth.
I just thought answer options bro.
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