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).
I'm recently experiencing this voice dialing pop ups every time I listen to my music and I've tried to turn in off in my setting but still no success, is the a way to delete this feature on my phone. Am using a 9300 curve.
Yesterday I was listening to music on my Photon using the Google Play Music app and my phone rebooted twice (only while using this app). I am not sure if it is an issue with Google Play Music app or what. I will post this message with Google and see if they can pinpoint the issue as well. But I wanted to know if any other Photon users were experiencing this as well?
On both Pandora and slacker radio my songs are randomly "skipping" as if I was hitting the skip button. They might play for 5secs or the whole song. The only time the problem goes away is when I'm out of skips! Between that and the awful wifi that cuts out just as randomly, its rather unlistenable. I stream music all day at work, and I've started just using 3g because it doesn't cut out like the wifi, but its eating data and still skips. If I don't find fixes to these issues this phone is going on craigslist... I got it assuming it would out perform my mesmerize which so far it does not.(at least for audio) Also, the streaming audio glitches out every time I press the top hard button.
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?
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 switched from a Motorola Droid Maxx on Verizon to a Nexus 5 on T-Mobile. The Maxx had outstanding volume. I could turn on Pandora and listen to music while in the shower or outside working. With the Nexus I struggle to hear the lyrics in the songs from only a few feet away. Is this normal for any of you or is mine particularly low?
I listen to my music via earphones on my Curve 9300. Never had a problem but this morning found that the jack would not enter the portal. It's as though a shutter has blocked entry. same applies to the jack on a bose speaker.
When I play music without headphones the music sounds normal, but when I put my earphones in the music turns high pitch, not like a buzzing noise, but the actuall music is high pitch, and a little faster as well.
I am having issue with playback issue on my new LG G3. I have synced up to 5000 - 6000 songs from my itunes library to my 128gb sand disk micro sd card using isyncr. The issue is that randomly I will hear pops or glitches, I am uncertain as to what is causing this though I did not experience any issues when the music was stored on the internal memory. I have tried another music player app (Shuttle) but that did not sort the issue.
I have an unrooted Bionic that I want to be able to control the sound a little more. Some music or other audio files are quiet, so I have to turn up my radio to hear it well. This causes a problem when I'm using navigation at the same time, because when it tells me to turn it's super loud. Is there a way, or an app out there to adjust the volume of my navigation separate from my music player/pandora?
i am new user, and just buyed 2-3 days back a new nokia 5530 xpress music, and i am not happy with it, the main problems are 1) earphone problems - the earphones are not good i mean i got the white color earphone still the sound in it is so bad that no bass in it, simple voice with low sound, also buyed a new earphone but same problem. i hate that 2) music player- well the music is very low as compared to samsung corby pro. this is xpress music but has not much sound where else samsung corby pro has more and better sound than us wat the hell. 3) battery problem- well the battery life as told music can be played upto 27 hrs, and talktime 4 hrs, and standby time, huh ( ALL FAKE). i yesterday rechraged my xpress music fully at around 4 pm, and i dint listen to any music, was just msging my friends and talk to someone for around 30 mins and then was just msging and msging and i stoped at around 12 am night, i saw my battery and its almost down i was shocked and suprise that battery only worked for around 8-9 hrs wat the hell grrrrrrrrrr. at 1 am the battery was at 1 point i mean i am so disappointed i felt like kicking the phone out my balcony. and ya when i recharge my battery it recharges in almost 20-25 mins that too full charge i mean i dont understand y is it happening like that
The music controls on my N8's earphones have suddenly stopped responding when playing music. Actually, ALL the keys aren't working, Volume, answer call and forth. Tried changing the settings under Accessory settings without any luck.Really frustrating to have to unlock your phone just to skip a song.