My LG G4 (H815, T-mobile) has suddenly started shutting off Bluetooth within 6-8 seconds of turning it on. I've tried power cycling, removing the battery, booting into Safe Mode, clearing the BT cache, clearing the entire cache partition, no joy.
It's running Android 5.1. I thought the phone came with 4.4 (I got it about 3 months ago), so maybe an OTA got pushed to the phone last week? I really don't want to factory reset and hope that works.
Have just got my new X6 and its great except that i am having problems with my connection to my bluetooth car kit. It connects fine and has paired with it but it seems to disconnecting every 25 seconds or so and then reconnecting 25 seconds later. Its driving me bananas cos each time it does it the radio cuts out. If i am on a call it seems to keep connection. I fell i may have missed a setting somewhere but cant find anything about this.
my device does not turn on, the LED light turn on red for about 15 seconds and then off, the only thing I can see in the screen is the battery charging symbol when I plugged it in for about 3 min and then nothing, I try another battery and is not it.
I've been struggling with this issue for some time now, and haven't found any explanation. The issue is that if I am using turn-by-turn navigation software (that speaks directions) while my iPhone 4 is connected to a Bluetooth device, and the software hasn't given me directions for a minute or so, the connection seems to "go to sleep." When the next directions are issued, I miss the first part. For example, if the directions should have said "Get ready to turn left at Main Street," all I might hear is "at Main Street." Quite unhelpful!
Some details: I have tried two different navigation programs. I used MapQuest's free app for a while, and now am using the VZ Navigator app. Both had the same issue. I have also tried three different Bluetooth devices: a Plantronics Voyager headset, a Jabra headset and my car's Bluetooth speakerphone. All show the same behavior. Also, if I'm playing music through Bluetooth in my car, the problem goes away completely.
My conclusion is that the iPhone 4 is letting the connection with the Bluetooth device lapse when not in active use for some length of time, and it takes a few seconds to re-establish it. But that doesn't lead me to a solution. Anyone else experience this, and know of a fix for the problem? Is there any way to keep the connection alive without playing music, which I would obviously prefer not to do with a headset!
I have a HTC Thunderbolt and for some reason I cannot get my phone to be discoverable, the bluetooth will turn on, but then when I check the make discoverable box it counts down from 120 secs.... then nothing, it unchecks itself and I have to do it all over... I have tried turning off my phone taking out the battery and such but no luck.
I'm having trouble with the phone disconnecting from the car once the phone has docked. The signal bars gradually fall away and the car asks if you want to re-connect. The manufacturers information (jaguar) states that the phone is compatible, but gives the version as 2.1. My phone is running 2.2.2, after updating a couple of months ago. My old Nokia 6300 connects every time and I can upload the contacts to the car's display.
iPhone5 drops audio (music) playback to the handsfree built into my car.Â This happens about 40% of the time and after a few seconds.Â I have to disable bluetooth, wait and reenable.Â I've seen it drop after longer, but typically it's seconds into connecting and starting playback.Â Before upgrading to iOS 7.1.1 this never happened.Â Phone is placed in cup holder in center console so signal strength should not be an issue.Â
Not sure if the phone's handfree part would still work.Â I am suspecting that it does not.Â
I have my S6 Edge connected via Bluetooth and each time there is a new chapter in Audible or a pause in Pandora audio, I noticed that audio fades in after a few seconds. This makes me lose a little bit of the audio each time. Is there some sort off Bluetooth optimization going on here or a tweak I can perform so that this doesn't happen anymore?
` I've set my display to turn off after 45 seconds, but despite this my display often turns black after 2 seconds of me not touching the screen which means I have to unlock my phone again and then hold my finger on the screen non stop!
I baught my blackberry Bold 9900 this year (March 2012). I've been using it since then but recently it started developing problems like freezing and all. Last night the battery was around 30% (Enough to last couple of hours) the phone just freezed and won't turn on. It keeps flashing red light 3 times every 3 seconds.
This had been bugging me for 3 days now. I don't have another phone to use. I've tried to repair the software using Update Service but it do no good. After pressing the On button at the top of the phone, the phone will vibrate after a sec and then there's a backlight but the "Sony Ericson" logo does not appear and after about 6 seconds the backlight will fade.
Whenever I try to turn on WiFi on my M7 in the quick toggles menu, the WiFi button blinks for 10 seconds like it is searching for WiFi, but it doesn't. It just turns back off after ten seconds. The only time I can get WiFi to work is when I turn off the phone, then turn it back on. Only then will it work for about 20 seconds before turning off again. I'm running Kit Kat 4.4.2 non-rooted. This problem started about two days ago. As well as that, 50% of the time when I click on the WiFi settings, the phone displays a white page with no menu.
I am having the same issue as covered in lots of threads before. when i try to turn my phone on (pluged in to the wall charger) it just shows the red led for about 10 seconds and switched to white screen with battery thunder bolt symbol in the middle for abotu 10 seconds and then it repeats over and over again. but my phone does something ive never seen talked abotu on here.
When my red led is on the phone is making this weird noise. kinda sounds like fan comin from the phone. and itll only make the noise on the second time around. any suggestion on the noise and what i can do???? i have gotten a new battery, tried the battery pull, and ive waited 2 days and tried again no luck.
I've had my Nexus 5 phone for 16 months now - generally worked great. Occasionally it dies and wont power up, but tends to be fine once you leave it charged for 10 minutes and give it a go a few times.
However, now, it wont boot up at all. It has a mind of its own of turning on and off every few seconds, and then just staying on the Google logo before switching off again. Very occasionally it gets to the 4 circles but again shut offs after a few seconds.
I've read a few threads that suggest pressing Vol button and power on button. I've tried that and get to the android robot screen, but it switches off like 1 second after, so im unable to select any options.
When I have connected to a charger, it constantly boots up and switches off the google logo after couple of seconds all by itself. But if not connected to a charger, then it remains off unless I press power button or give it a little knock.
My phone turned off. When I try to turn it on, the logo appears for about 5 seconds and then dims and disappears, then appears for another 5 seconds and disappears again. Keeps on doing that. I have already tried pressing the home button and the sleep button at the same time. The same thing happens
My Samsung Galaxy S5 has an issue with the interaction with Blue Tooth paired with my Ford Escape Hybrid, the Goggle MAPs turn by Turn voice does not function until I disable the Bluetooth on the phone.
The apple logo appears for 5 seconds then disappears for 10 then appears for five and so on. I can get it to the connect to iTunes screen but as soon as I unplug it from the wall it shuts off completely. A laptop with iTunes isn't enough to power it up.
I was just wondering if anyone had tested this. Im at work right now and even if I death grip my phone I can't get my bars to drop. But if I'm at home I can get it down to say 2 bars. I know its not a fix but I was just curious to see if that would help out.
I have a torch phone and it will not allow me to turn my bluetooth on. I turn it on and it turns a light blue then when I check to see if it is working it isn't on. I recently did an update to the software and the problem seemed to occur right after this. I'm not sure the software updated correctly and I did reboot.
BB 9650 (OS 6): Bluetooth won't go off after using Bridge connection to Playbook (OS 2). The blue light continues to flash even though Manage Conections: Bluetooth is unchecked - turning the phone off and back on and turning the Playbook off is ineffective. Have to pull the battery and allow the phone to reset!
Also have an occasional problem with headset connection being blocked while using Bridge. Turning the Playbook off does not always restore it? Deleting and re-enabling devices doesn't help.
Bluetooth Connections: ProPlantronics Playbook-D125
The WiFi and Bluetooth capabilities on my LG G3 phone randomly stopped working yesterday and both connections won't turn on. I have tried to enable both connections, but the phone either lags out or does not recognize the command. This isn't the problem of the LG G3 not recognizing networks or finding Bluetooth devices, but both connections won't even enable.
I've tried factory resetting and that did not remove the issue at all.
I love my IPhone but can't believe there are so many steps to turn on and off the bluetooth. Leaving it on kills the battery to quick so I shut it of when ever I'm not using it and am annoyed by how many steps I have to go through to turn it on and off. Apple plans so many features so much better than everyone else, I really feel like they got the bluetooth wrong.
Whenever I turn on bluetooth on my iphone 4S, it keeps searching for devices. No devices found and the searching does not end. It is just in a hang state. Switching off and on the iphone does not help. What else can I do? The iphone is new.
I can't get my Bluetooth to turn on. I have a 9700 BB Bold . When I go to the Manage Connections from there down to Turn on Bluetooth, then it will have a check mark in the box on the lift side but on the right side it will say (RED X) it will NOT go (green check mark).
Can't turn Bluetooth off. Normally do this when it doesn't connect with my Nissan Navara & then turn it back on & its done the trick. Been trying all day to turn Bluetooth off,unticked Bluetooth under manage connections but but a circle is just going round & round at the side of the On symbol.