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Not for Land Rover Freelander 2. Not for multiple phones. Stream your music, but don't make a phone call!
on 17 April 2016
Not working as I hoped: You set it up fine, you can operate it well too : use siri, stream music (the missing a2dp bluetooth capability that the (09) Freelander 2 didn't implement)
It doesn't play nicely with the Freelander's in-car bluetooth. You can stream music - ask siri to call someone - you make the call (which then streams to the Land Rover's in-car bluetooth) - but when the call finishes and it doesn't then switch back to the BTC450 to resume the streaming properly: The music player plays (the timer for the music is moving along), but no sound is coming out, it doesn't re-pair again.
Only a week ago I bought a cheaper £7 dongle that nearly worked - but it would randomly un-pair. Stumping up the extra, assuming a better product, this hasn't been a success either.
ALSO - it can't handle more than one phone at a time, from my experience too. I was on the drive, trying to use the phone, but it dialled my wife's phone from inside the house! (She had used the car last, on the previous day). I suppose, based upon that, it has a cracking bluetooth range!