My wife just got a 2009 BMW 3-series (lucky her!) with the hands-free package. I've paired her Moto W385 (carrier = Verizon) with the car, but ran into a pesky problem.
The clever people at BMW have things so that entries in the contact list from the phone show up as phone book entries on the car's display. So far so good -- and the feature works brilliantly with my Samsung 740V. But with the Moto W385, the names on her phone's contact list show up in **hexadecimal format** on the car's display!
"Joe Smith", for example, displays as "4A6F6520536D697468".
And, of course, all of these entries display at the TOP of the phone list, since they start with numbers.
The BMW lets you edit the phone book entry -- but "editing" it simply creates a new record in the car's phone book. The existing record is unchanged on the phone, and it's still read in via Bluetooth, and it is still displayed on the car's phone book, at towards the top of the list, in hexadecimal.
Anyone know of a way to disable the "push" profile on the phone so that the contact list isn't passed on to the car??
(So far, contacting BMW, Moto, and Verizon results in each of them pointing me to one of the others for help. No surprise here.)