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    You're aware that "Address 77: Telephone" is the "bluetooth module", right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uwe View Post
    You're aware that "Address 77: Telephone" is the "bluetooth module", right?

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    Yes. That module was replaced along with the voice control module. It's unlikely the issue but worth mentioning since it was replaced at the same time.

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    Issue resolved. While scanning to troubleshoot the original phone issue, I changed the coding for Address 77: Telephone to enable voice commands by updating the coding from 100900 to 100970 (7 indicating English). This purported update was supposed to enable the feature but clearly did not work and I had no way of testing it until the defective voice control module was replaced. After changing Address 77 back to the factory coding, calls were immediately working and callers on the other end could hear me over the bluetooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alvocado View Post
    I changed the coding for Address 77: Telephone to enable voice commands by updating the coding from 100900 to 100970 (7 indicating English).
    The Ross-Tech wiki has this to say on that digit in the coding:
    • 0xxxx?x: Language (Voice Control)
      • 0 = Voice Control OFF OR via external Device (e.g. RNS-E)
      • 1 = German
      • 2 = English (UK)
      • 3 = French
      • 4 = Italian
      • 5 = Spanish
      • 6 = Czech
      • 7 = English (US)
      • 8 = French (CA)
      • 9 = Speaker dependent (Voice Commands inactive, Acoustic Name Selection active)

    So since you have an external voice control module 0 is the correct coding it appears.

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