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Pandora: Need a little help with an issue.

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by Another_Dude, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. Another_Dude
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    OK, love my Droid and love Pandora but I'm having a little problem.

    At work I use Pandora and run a 3.5mm audio cable from my Droid's headphone out to my clock radio. Sounds great, works great.

    If I get a call I pull the Droid out of the multimedia dock and disconnect the audio cable, which mutes Pandora, and I take the call.

    As soon as I end the call Pandora resumes play immediatly, and not in my controlled clock radio environment, but blasting out of the Droid's speakerphone. Office hilarity ensues.

    What should I be doing to keep everyone in a 30 foot radius from knowing what song was playing just before I took a call?
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    I guess you need to pause Pandora before you take the call.
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    Actually pausing does not neccessarily help, I have both Pandora and default music player start (sometime) when I connect or disconnect (usually when it's bluetooth)

    My best guess is that it tries to be smart but fails :)

    ero
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    Unfortunatly that isn't an option. When a call comes in the call screen comes up, the Pandora screen goes away, and the phone is ringing.