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    Default SMEG+ Grand Picasso 2014 Bluetooth Call Echo

    I have a lot of echo on my bluetooth call now - those who call can hear themselves.

    What should I do? have tried to search for it and spent many hours finding the solution.

    Hope it's okay to ask.

    Can I calibrate it?

    Firmware: SMEG5.42.C.R2
    Bluetooth: 1.20



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    Have you tried Bluetooth cheat codes ?
    I remember there are BT commands that might help you.

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    Have read about it, but can't find the fight command and parameter.

    What should i use? And should i reboot after enter a code?

    ARKBYP
    BT
    BT0DB
    BTADC
    BTINFO
    BTRENAME (Bluetooth Namen ändern)
    BTSTARTER
    ECSAVE
    FPS
    GPSINFO
    HWINFO
    MIRE
    NETINFO
    PING
    REBOOT*




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    Here are the Bluetooth commands :
    (be careful using these commands, excepted for BTINFO)

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    BT0DB
    Allows the system to generate a constant signal (0 dBm @ channel 39 (2441 MHz)).

    BT; ECHO
    Adjusts the Bluetooth Echo Filter (BT; ECHO; 0 = Lowest / BT; ECHO; 160 = Maximum)

    BT; GAIN
    Adjusts the Bluetooth Audio Gain (BT; GAIN; 0 = Default / BT; GAIN; 30 = Maximum)

    BT; NOISE
    Adjusts the Bluetooth Noise filter (BT; NOISE; 2 = lowest / BT; NOISE; 20 = maximum)

    BTADC
    This allows you to change the ADC value of the Bluetooth signal (BTADC # sign (P (6) = higher, M (7) = lower) #value (-54; +12))

    BTINFO
    Displays the values ​​of your Bluetooth settings.

    smeg_BTINFO

    BTRENAME
    Enables the Bluetooth name of the SMEG system to be modified.

    BTSTARTER
    Allows the Bluetooth module to be started and stopped (BTSTARTER; 0 = off / BTSTARTER; 1 = on).

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    I never tried those commands.
    I'll check if BTINFO displays my echo command config. That might help you to define the correct value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bousqi View Post
    Here are the Bluetooth commands :
    (be careful using these commands, excepted for BTINFO)

    -------------------

    BT0DB
    Allows the system to generate a constant signal (0 dBm @ channel 39 (2441 MHz)).

    BT; ECHO
    Adjusts the Bluetooth Echo Filter (BT; ECHO; 0 = Lowest / BT; ECHO; 160 = Maximum)

    BT; GAIN
    Adjusts the Bluetooth Audio Gain (BT; GAIN; 0 = Default / BT; GAIN; 30 = Maximum)

    BT; NOISE
    Adjusts the Bluetooth Noise filter (BT; NOISE; 2 = lowest / BT; NOISE; 20 = maximum)

    BTADC
    This allows you to change the ADC value of the Bluetooth signal (BTADC # sign (P (6) = higher, M (7) = lower) #value (-54; +12))

    BTINFO
    Displays the values ​​of your Bluetooth settings.

    smeg_BTINFO

    BTRENAME
    Enables the Bluetooth name of the SMEG system to be modified.

    BTSTARTER
    Allows the Bluetooth module to be started and stopped (BTSTARTER; 0 = off / BTSTARTER; 1 = on).

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    I never tried those commands.
    I'll check if BTINFO displays my echo command config. That might help you to define the correct value.
    Thanks for the commands, will like to ser your BTINFO before i try to set a value for BT ECHO. Should i try 80?


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    HAve you tryed a other phone ?

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    I hoped that BTINFO would display more details however I only had useless information (device connected and few signals strength).

    So I don't have any clue for you.
    I even tried to use a command to dump logs to SD, but once again no specific details about this Echo parameter.

    Let's switch to the empiric method : try and check.

    Maybe the command itself can display value. (to be honest I prefer not testing to avoid breaking my working configuration)

    You can try :
    BT; ECHO
    BT; ECHO;

    And if nothing try different values
    BT; ECHO; 80

    I will try to inspect firmware files for getting clues about usage.

    Can you please tell from which firmware you have been upgrading ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shader View Post
    HAve you tryed a other phone ?
    Not yet, but the problem came after new firmware.. before there was nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bousqi View Post
    I hoped that BTINFO would display more details however I only had useless information (device connected and few signals strength).

    So I don't have any clue for you.
    I even tried to use a command to dump logs to SD, but once again no specific details about this Echo parameter.

    Let's switch to the empiric method : try and check.

    Maybe the command itself can display value. (to be honest I prefer not testing to avoid breaking my working configuration)

    You can try :
    BT; ECHO
    BT; ECHO;

    And if nothing try different values
    BT; ECHO; 80

    I will try to inspect firmware files for getting clues about usage.

    Can you please tell from which firmware you have been upgrading ?

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    Have upgrade from 5.0.D.R2

    Will try BT;ECHO

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    Based on what I found, BT command is not categorized as "displays something", and takes two parameters.
    So the command must look like this :
    BT; ECHO; 160

    Tell us when you tried and more importantly if it works.

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