I was just using an FM antenna as a metaphor. Both the phone and your Avic-x910bt has a transmitter and receiver. What I'm saying is that the antenna for the bluetooth in the Avic-x910bt might be crap.
Interesting note, I spoke with Pioneer and they said that the Storm needed a firmware upgrade for it to work with the X910. They said that it does indeed work with it. Could it be my bluetooth file not being compatible with the unit? I am running Lyricidal Beta6v6 (.151/.164/5.0). Would the older bluetooth file work better?
I went to Verizon yesterday and had my phone switched. At first the tech gave me a "Certified Pre-Owned" Storm, where the screen didn't even click. When I told him the screen didn't click he said all Storms were like that. I told him no, that was the major difference with the touch-screen, it's supposed to click. He got me a new one and noticed that the screen does click. He goes hey you're right the screen does click...AWKWARD!!!
I got my phone switched and the bluetooth is work perfectly with my X910bt headunit.
Could it have been the bluetooth device in the phone or what are the chances that it was the bluetooth file I had from the hybrid?
That seems to be the consensus with jlevy in his battles with BT. Seems that throughout the course of catching the ultimate OS for the device, in ultimately other applications seem to deteriorate ie...BT, 3rd party app integration, etc. etc...