Schuberth (Sena) SC2

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    Alex - Sena Support
    Alex - Sena Support

    Hello there, Martin Strauss

    I'd like to clarify that the Schuberth SC2 is actually an OEM device, separate from our own. It's important to note that it isn't a Sena device. Our involvement is primarily in providing tech support for them. They have their own dedicated firmware, which they review and approve before any updates are released.

    V2.0.3

    BUG FIXES
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    - Modified that the FM Maximum Volume be Larger.
    - Modified to prevent "cancel" prompt after 15 seconds when entering intercom pairing or phone pairing while in speed dial mode.
    - When enabling audio overlay volume management, when listening to intercom and music at the same time, adjusting the music volume on the phone or app now synchronizes the volume on the phone and app.
    - Fixed an issue where the volume control would malfunction when intercom and FM were mixed when
    the Bluetooth intercom audio multitasking setting was enable.
    - Fixed an issue that did not allow phone rejection in the Wait Call state

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    Atwood

    To find out which bugs or issues have been fixed with the latest firmware update for a specific device or software, you typically need to refer to the release notes or changelog provided by the manufacturer or developer. Release notes are documents or notifications that detail the changes, bug fixes, and improvements included in a firmware or software update geometry dash meltdown

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    If you specify the specific device or software you're inquiring about, I might be able to provide more detailed information about where to find the release notes or if there are any specific updates available.

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