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Whenever I receive a call via Bluetooth I find the call volume is quite low, so I have to crank volume up on the infotainment system to hear the caller. That's not a problem in itself, but when the call ends the radio blasts loud as the volume has been turned up.

Anyone have similar experience and found a way around it?
 

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Whenever I receive a call via Bluetooth I find the call volume is quite low, so I have to crank volume up on the infotainment system to hear the caller. That's not a problem in itself, but when the call ends the radio blasts loud as the volume has been turned up.

Anyone have similar experience and found a way around it?
Maybe this is helpful - explains how to crank up phone level for bluetooth link
 

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Isn't it the case that bluetooth takes initial volume level from your handsets setting. No doubt you've got your handset turned down low (most folk I know turn volume rocker down to zero then vibrate) so in bluetooth by default its at minimum volume. On answering a call in car its at lowest setting so you crank up the volume (which never seems to get loud enough, because its level 1 on the handset) and then the radio is full blast on ending the call because you just cranked it up to max.

Try turning up your handset volume to 50% then receive a call.
 

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Isn't it the case that bluetooth takes initial volume level from your handsets setting. No doubt you've got your handset turned down low (most folk I know turn volume rocker down to zero then vibrate) so in bluetooth by default its at minimum volume. On answering a call in car its at lowest setting so you crank up the volume (which never seems to get loud enough, because its level 1 on the handset) and then the radio is full blast on ending the call because you just cranked it up to max.

Try turning up your handset volume to 50% then receive a call.
Sandy, phone volume is all the way up (I did check that before posting)
 
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