Last post on Dec 08, 2012 at 11:21 AM
You are in the Subaru Legacy & Outback
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Subaru Legacy, Subaru Outback, Hatchback
#3 of 6 Re: Bluetooth phone issue [xwesx]
Sep 07, 2012 (8:21 am)
Passenger seats have sensors nowadays for the smart airbags, I don't see why these can't be used to allow Nav input while in motion, since the co-Pilot should be taking on those tasks.
I had a loaner once and we decided to change desinations while on a major highway, there was no way I was going to pull over. My wife could have entered the new destination, but we were locked out.
#4 of 6 Re: Bluetooth phone issue [ateixeira]
Sep 07, 2012 (8:24 am)
Sure, but then the driver could do it too. Manufacturers don't want any liability for crap like that. Around here, people are strung up on second-degree murder charges when they cause a fatal crash while driving distracted due to electronic devices. Not to say that's not warranted given the drivers' flaunting of their responsibility in such instances, but "victims" look for deep pockets, and if they can come up with a reason to blame a deep pocket, regardless of how far-flung, they'll do it.
#5 of 6 Re: Bluetooth phone issue [xwesx]
Sep 07, 2012 (11:27 am)
We used Google Maps on a smart phone instead. With a solo driver that's even worse.
I get it, though. Litigious society.
#6 of 6 Bluetooth phone issue
Dec 08, 2012 (11:21 am)
I do agree with the passenger should be able to interact with the navigation. The PROBLEM I'm having right now is that my Handsfree won't pick up my text messages. The LG Spectrum (Verizon) & the Navigation system are paired. The hands free calling/answering work just fine. But message retrival won't work. I do know it is suppose to work with Android. Any helpful information is appreciated.