I don’t even own a connect clip. You answer the call from whatever device you are connected to with bluetooth. When using my Android car radio which is paired to my phone - when I get a call I can answer by using the phone just as you normally would, by selecting it on the phone screen, or if auto answer is turned on it just connects. If I am in the car the car radio, which is an aftermarket ANDROID Radio/Navigation device I just press the phone button on the steering wheel or touch the call button that appears on the radio’s display screen. When I get into the car, bluetooth automatically connects the phone to the radio says “The phone is connected” When the phone receives a call the call is heard thru the car speakers and also thru the hearing aids. Using the phone alone, the audio from the phone is streamed to the aids. As long as the phone is within Bluetooth range of the aids, roughly 40 feet. I have Google assistant on the phone and also on the car radio that can respond to voice commands. Hey Google Call Jack Smith" “Hey Google Answer” “Hey Google Volume up” etc. Google assistant also works with the Car Android radio but requires some workarounds as the display screen on the radio must be set to a lower resolution as the Assistant app is not optimized to work at the radios resolution.
Android Q is only a “BETA” prerelease software at this time. It is not meant for general installation by everyone. It is just the first release that is primarily for Developers, but is allowed for users who understand that it is not a finished product and may not be completely stable or compatible with app you may want or require. You must agree to these conditions before downloading. Oticon has not and will not advise customers to install prerelease BETA software. I would not encourage anyone with out some fairly extensive knowledge of Android to do so either. It does bode well for the public release of Android Q software that will contain the streaming hearing aid capability. Personally, I have found Q Beta to be stable and the new streaming option working well. Beta software does not come with any instructions. Beta software does not come with any Support, Q Beta can only be installed on Googles own phones. Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2XL, Pixel3, and Pixel 3XL. I have tried the streaming on a Pixel 2XL and Pixel 3XL. I have paired 2 LG televisions, my android Car radio, A Pair of Trex Bone conduction head phones, and my Google Pixel Buds translating earbuds. All work. I appears that any audio device that you can pair to you phone works. There have been at least 2 software updates to the Q Beta so far. The last on at 4:59 AM this morning. No idea what they did. Probably security update on the last one. I am not advising anyone to try the Beta software, just my experience with using it.Your mileage may vary. It could be months before the final version is released.
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