Is there any technical reason NOT to simultaneously play music that's stored on my iPhone 4S through the car radio while also charging the 4S from the car's cigarette lighter using the Apple 12VDC charger?
It would be great if in the next iOS would be possible to listen on bluetooth earphone every audio that passes over iPhone, not only phone calls. Now with iOS 5 i can just listen phone calls whit my bluetooth earphonese, but I hope that in the future would be possible to hear, for example, music or apps sounds (like TomTom).
My IPhone 4 was working completely fine, then while i was listening to music it shuts off (the battery at 84%) . Now it won't cut back on, I've tired restoring it via itunes it just gives me an error, and I've tired holding the home and power button for 12secs. It still won't do anything
My iPhone lost almost 10% of battery in about 35 minutes while I was listening to music. All of my apps were closed and my phone was locked. This has happened a few times. Shouldn't it have lost 0%-2% instead? My phone even loses around 3%-4% at night when I'm sleeping but I only use the timer to wake up at a certain time. All the other apps are closed. I've turned off the unimportant features in settings but it's still losing battery. Should I just get a new phone?
I purchased music on itunes on my iphone and the songs won't show up in my music library on the phone. They are on my computer itunes library but it won't let me transfer the purchases back to my phone (which I have never had to do before). Never had this problem before this week when purchasing music on my iphone.My Itunes library on my laptop is slightly different from my Iphone library so I don't want to erase and sync the entire library.
I have just purchased a new Nike + iPod sensor and the 'Sensor' option on my iPhone 4S has remained greyed out (or disabled) throughout. Actually activating Nike + iPod from Settings proved problematic at first. Attempting to launch the app from the home screen does not work, in fact it simply crashes within a few seconds of launching.
I have a Blackberry Torch 9810. About a week or so ago, I updated my phone (cause a really insistant notification popped up and updating the **bleep** thing seemed to be the only way to get it to leave me alone). If I can read the version information correctly, I updated it's software to 7.1 Bundle 1997 (v 126.96.36.1994, Platform 188.8.131.527). For a little while, all was well.Then, while listening to music while out and about town, my song came to an end and nothing came up after it. After several seconds of silence, I pulled out my phone and tried to get it to play the next song (I usually just put it on shuffle, and there's no way for me to go through the whole rotation). But the entire phone was off. Pushing the power button would not get it to come back on. I flipped open the back case, pulled out the battery, checked the connections, and popped it back in. A few seconds later the phone turned on and proceeded to go through the laboriously slow loading screen. When I navigated back to the music section of the media section, there was a green bar at the bottom of the screen and the number of songs was ticking up from zero, as if I had just synced it and put in new music.Since then, this has happened several times. Some of the time the phone has been in my pocket, but not always. It only happens at the end of a song. The phone will not respond to any button presses until the battery has been removed and then put back.
The loudspeaker on my phone works perfectly when I'm receiving phone calls etc but when i start playing music or watch videos the sound goes to the earpiece and I cant find an option to change it to loudspeaker. Would anyone know how to change it back to loudspeaker? I've been searching the internet but haven't found any solution!
I love the X6 as a music player. It is also a decent phone. However, I have a problem trying to do both. I have a bluetooth hands-free system built into my car. To listen to music from my phone, I plug a cord from the headphone jack on on the phone to an auxilliary RCA jack in my car. It's the standard way any MP3 player would plug into my car.However, when plugged in like this, I cannot use my bluetooth hands free system to either send or receive calls. Once a call has failed to be placed or received, I then have trouble with calls even if I unplog the cord from the headphone jack.Any ideas? Am I using an incorrect setting somewhere? Is there insufficient phone memory to handle this?
I like my One but as heavy music listener I have noticed stereo is turning off by itself after listening music for about 5mins. I tried to switch on and off Beats- no effect. Different players- same....really hope it's not hardware issue.
For some reason, and this happened on my S4 as well, when I'm listening to music through headphones or an aux cable, it cuts off for a second. Now, this doesn't happen with other phones I've played with (iP6, LGG4), so why it happens with Samsung's phones?