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      I fixed my issue by buying a blue tooth receiver and connecting it to the bike so the bike thinks a head set is connected. Then connected my sena to the phone via blue tooth. Resolved my issue. It seems my sena can only connect to one device at a time. I have included the link to the device i used to do this. I plug it into the power port in the saddle bag.

       
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      I fixed my issue by buying a blue tooth receiver and connecting it to the bike so the bike thinks a head set is connected. Then connected my sena to the phone via blue tooth. Resolved my issue. It seems my sena can only connect to one device at a time. I have included the link to the device i used to do this. I plug it into the power port in the saddle bag.

      Since you have a Sena, why not disable it's connection to your phone, and only connect it to RC? By doing so, you won't need the BT adapter that you bought, and you will be able to use voice commands with RC and CP.
       
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      I fixed my issue by buying a blue tooth receiver and connecting it to the bike so the bike thinks a head set is connected. Then connected my sena to the phone via blue tooth. Resolved my issue. It seems my sena can only connect to one device at a time. I have included the link to the device i used to do this. I plug it into the power port in the saddle bag.

      min doing it this way are you able to toggle between the music and calls going to the headset or to the speakers
       
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      I fixed my issue by buying a blue tooth receiver and connecting it to the bike so the bike thinks a head set is connected. Then connected my sena to the phone via blue tooth. Resolved my issue. It seems my sena can only connect to one device at a time. I have included the link to the device i used to do this. I plug it into the power port in the saddle bag.

      Is the power in the saddle bag constant or ignition
       

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