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In my van, I am mostly by myself and my i-phone reliably connects on Bluetooth. My phone is Priority #1.

My wife's phone is also configured as Priority #2.

If I am connected, but not using the phone, should my wife's phone ring if she is called? (hers does not ring, if mine is connected already. even if not in use...)

In other words, what is the point of priority, if only one phone is connected at a time?
 

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Handsfree is meant for the driver. Priority makes the assumption that any time #1 is available to pair, that's who's driving, so it will connect to it. If #1 is not around, that passes to #2.

You can't pair a second phone because what happens when the passenger is on a call and the driver gets a call, driver has to answer by hand? That would defeat the purpose of handsfree.
 
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