A buddy of mine who has a Turbo as a demo is having a similar problem. His phone is an HTC Evo. Both phones are HTC with Android operating systems. Hmmm....
I have an HTC Incredible that worked once initially paired but stopped working the next time I started the car. The car BT indicator shows connected and my HTC shows "Paired but not connected" and when I select "connect" it fails to connect.
So far I have:
- paired and unpaired the device on the phone (multiple times)
- paired and deleted the device from the car (multiple times)
- yelled and screamed at the phone and the car
My last car, 07 TL Type-S bluetooth was rock solid; I NEVER, EVER had any problems. I'm very frustrated and disappointed. I'm not sure yet if it's the car or the device; I'll continue researching and post any relevant updates.
I had the same problem with my HTC Rezound in my 2011 Regal. People would say my voice sounded garbled or like I was in a tunnel. After repairing without address book access it seems to work now. Not sure why...I had an HTC Hero paired and operating perfectly for several months. I just replaced it with an EVO 4G. I initially had no issues until the latest HTC software update. Then it started connecting and disconnecting randomly. I deleted the phone and re-paired with the same result. But, I did notice that when it oringinally worked, the phone only paired as a phone with out the address book and call history. When it is not working, it paired with address book and call history. So, I went through the pairing process again and for some unknown reason it paired with out the address book and call history. It is now working like a charm. I am not sure what would cause it to pair with or with out the address book. All I know is when it pairs with out it, it works fine. So, my fix was to continue to pair the phone until it paired with out address book.