first up, the easy bit
The blue light (LED) - this has nothing whatsoever to do with BlueTooth - although you are far from first to think it might
It's actually simply a little blue light
When it's really, really dark outside it's just about bright enough to help see where the gearstick is LOL
now on to the more tricky bits...
The good or bad news is that something is going quite wrong
It's all good up until Vicci says 'incoming call' and you press the button on the steering wheel
However, at this point, the radio should stay
muted, and the caller should be heard from the speakers instead
that the phone is actually disconnecting from the HFT instead
There are a number of possible 'reasons' for this - although as your phone is listed as compatible, they should not apply.
It's largely down to Nokia and their implementation of bluetooth - there are different protocols for handsfree and headsets.
As a test, to see what is happening, could you:
Park up somewhere (safe!
) - outside your / your mate's house would be ideal - you're going to need to be holding and looking at your phone, so lets be safe and legal
make sure it's all connected up to HFT etc.
wave at your partner / mate, to have them phone you.
When they phone, and you answer, carefully watch what happens on the phone screen and Vicci's display.
Do either of them indicate that the bluetooth has dropped out?
(might get 'continue call?' on the phone, or the handset icon disappear from Vicci)
Once the call has ended, again be carefully watching - does the phone re-connect to HFT?
If all this happens, it might just be a case up you updating the s/ware on the phone (not entirely sure how though!) - if it doesn't happen as described above, it's a different problem