Palm has issued a patch for the Bluetooth functionality on the Palm Treo Pro 850.
The patch fixes an issue where aÂ user is on an active call using a Bluetooth car kit or Bluetooth headset and a second incoming call is received where the user lets it ring or ignores the incoming call.
The second call will be then diverted to voicemail and the first call will remain active, but incoming audio is lost on the first call. In this situation users will no longer be able to hear the first call, but the first caller will still hear the Treo Pro user.
It should be noted that if the user answers the call and swaps between calls or rejects the call, this issue is not seen otherwise, but the patch is still recommended.
3 responses to “Palm Issues Bluetooth Patch for Treo Pro”
Seems like Palm is releasing more updates for the 800w and Pro than all of it’s Palm OS handsets combined.
That’s both due to that Palm is selling more Windows Mobile than Garnet OS devices, and the fact that HTC helps ODM all the Windows Mobile phones… and HTC already has to make the updates for their own devices, so Palm gets them as well to cook into a new update.
Until (and really, if) Palm OS II comes out, we’re not going to see that change. Palm is well aware that Garnet OS cannot be used on anything except budget devices (hence, the success of Centro).
We are … well, …okay, ‘me’ are counting on you to confirm the viability of the CDMA Treo 850, and its subsequent release.