I regularly make calls via bluetooth, but with the Galaxy Nexus I can hardly hear the "Speak now" voice. It doesn't seem to hear me either-- often calls the wrong contact. I had the latter problem with OG Droid, but at least I could hear when it was about to make a wrong call, and then cancel the call. With GN I can hardly hear what the voice says it's calling. Has anyone else had this problem and solved it?
From what I can tell you have to turn up the volume every time you initiate BT voice dialing.
I noticed that you have to talk a normal voice, meaning not raised, in order for it to place calls correctly.
I only use BT voice dialing and since speaking more quietly I haven't had any problems.
Mine seems to be working fine. I am using a Command One headset. 4.0.3 update which Google is working on does have notes that there is a small problem with Bluetooth and the update should address it. As for the release of the update... No one knows not even Verizon as Google does everything in house and has sole control of the device.
Thanks, pool_shark and Tidbits. I guess I'll have to wait for the 4.03 update. I keep my volume at maximum. I had a Plantronics bluetooth when I got the phone, have since purchased a Jawbone, a newer Plantronics, and a Blue Ant. Have returned the first two and will return the Blue Ant if I don't get the update before the return period is over. This is really frustrating, but at least it's good to know Google is working on a fix.