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Suddenly I can not hear callers on the other end of the phone via Bluetooth on my Chevy trax. I call someone and they can hear me but I can't hear them. Any suggestions?
 

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In our other car I found when my cell volume was turned down low. No matter how much I raised the car volume, I had no control in raising the volume in the car. Could your cell speaker volume be set too low ?
 

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You might have to turn up the radio volume, from what I understand on a corvette, the sound comes from the drivers side radio speaker.

I never paired my phone because I rarely get phone calls.
 

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Done both of those. It was working fine and all of a sudden it stopped. Took to dealer today and they are trying to tell me it is because I had it plugged into a generic cord instead of an apple one. I don't believe this is true. It should be paired without having to use a cord
 

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I paired my phone on a Honda Si and an Accord, even with my old fashion flip phone a wire wasn't needed.


When a dealer starts making excuses its time to find another dealer who knows what they are doing.
 

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I am not sure if you tried this. I found that the volume when calling someone is different from the regular radio volume and the only way to adjust it is while on a call. Turning up the volume while listening to the radio does not change the volume when calling someone.. So call someone and while calling turn up the volume. Hope that makes sense and helps.
 

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I am not sure if you tried this. I found that the volume when calling someone is different from the regular radio volume and the only way to adjust it is while on a call. Turning up the volume while listening to the radio does not change the volume when calling someone.. So call someone and while calling turn up the volume. Hope that makes sense and helps.
That's exactly how phones work too, my Samsung Note 3 works exactly like this. Makes sense as not everyone will want both systems to be at the same level.
 

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Done both of those. It was working fine and all of a sudden it stopped. Took to dealer today and they are trying to tell me it is because I had it plugged into a generic cord instead of an apple one. I don't believe this is true. It should be paired without having to use a cord
That is certainly NOT true. The handsfree calling system works via Bluetooth, even when the cable is connected. So nothing about the cable should influence the call.
 
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