I have conquered the failing link between the HTC EVO bluetooth and the Juke!!!
Problem is the car thinks the phone is connected and the phone wont stay connected.
Do a hard reset of the phone. (Power off, when you power back on, hold the volume down button. Select "Clear Storage".
Phone will reset to NIB factory conditions.
When you get in the car, delete your phone from the car. Turn on bluetooth, and go through setting it up.
The phone will ask you if you want to connect to the car. Click "Yes" or "Accept"
Then the phone will have a second question. "Do you want to allow this device to access your phonebook?" Click "NO"
It will ask this question every time you start the car. Sometimes twice. Continue to click "NO". Once you click "Accept" your phone will lose connectivity again.
It's annoying, but it works.
I originally thought it was my phone. I had the IT department at work get me a brand new EVO. Still failed. I tried a spare EVO. It failed. Contacted Nissan. The EVO is not on their list of compatible phones. Not sure if it's a Nissan or HTC issue. At this point I don't care. It works, and I can talk handsfree.