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Just got a new Alpine for my truck, and when connecting via bluetooth, Pandora keeps cutting out and losing sound. Works fine with Google music. I was a tad upset, wondering if it was the deck. Maybe ICS will help me out....Originally Posted by Lodmot
By that time I have an upgrade coming...might as well see what other phones come out at that time
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Shoot for the moon, if you miss you're still amongst those stars.
radio will either not find my phone at all, or it finds it and seemingly connects to it, but when I play music, no sound comes out of either the phone OR the radio.
So while I'm driving, I'm forced to go to my radio's options menu, go to the Bluetooth section, go to the "Audio Player" section, click on "disconnect", then click on "Connect".
After that, the phone usually connects successfully, and then I can start enjoying my tunes, and it usually doesn't cut out after that.
Now when I was running on ICS build .229, I didn't have that issue AT ALL-- the phone immediately connected right up to my car radio perfectly.
So I know it's a Gingerbread issue; not with my radio or the phone itself.
Hmm..... I wonder if I'll die trying to re-sync my phone to my car radio all because Verizon delayed ICS. That would be a complicated lawsuit! xDDDD!!!!!!
Hmm...I've not had bluetooth issues, still on GB. In fact, knock wood, I haven't had much problem with my Bionic on GB...all the more reason I'm hoping for ICS and maybe even JB as I'd like to keep my Bionic (and unlimited data) as long as possible. ;-)Originally Posted by Lodmot
I remember reading back in November that Motorola said that it takes about 6 or 7 months for an update to be ready to roll out and we were all pissed that we'd have to wait until May. May would have been nice!