Bluetooth Problems

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  1. A50Fuente
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    bluetooth headphones/headset for my motorola droid , When I connect them they work fine, but if I pause the music for more than a minute or take a call, when the music starts back, it gets extremely choppy. I will get about 1/2 second of music, then 1/2 second pause over and over until I restart either the headphones or the bluetooth on the phone.

    I've tried two separate bluetooth headsets same results(Samsung WEP870)
    They work fine on other phones/media players


    Anyone have any Ideas?
     
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    I don't have exactly the same issue, but I have noticed that when I'm streaming music via BT to my car, and then switch to my BT headset to take a call, the caller will sound choppy like you described until I unpair or remove power from my stereo BT gateway. It sounds like it's just another issue with BT on the Droid. I'm hoping for some major BT changes with 2.1, since so many folks have complained about voice dialing and such.
     
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    Hi,
    I hope I can help you to solve this problem. The first thing you need to do is to pair the phones to each other. Your instruction manual will tell you how to do this. When you enter your passcode into your phone, you and the other person must enter the same code. For example, if you enter 0000 and the other person enters 1234, the phones will not link and you'll not be able to use the Bluetooth. Check with the other person what their code is and match that, or agree between you what code you'll use. The default code for all Bluetooth settings is 0000 (four zeroes). If this doesn't resolve the problem, contact me again, and I'll try to help you further.
     
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    Um....Jackport? Are you in the right place?
     
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    I am having trouble connecting Lenovo T61 to my Droid. They pair just fine, but won't connect. I've had other phones connect to this computer with no problems. Anybody else try bluetooth connection to PC?
     
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