I have a stereo with no bluetooth, but would like to stream Pandora or other music from my phone to the stereo. Now, I use an aux. cable from the headphone jack to the aux on the stereo, but I hate having the cable running from the phone to the stereo. Anybody know of a bluetooth adapter that plugs into a stereo to do this?
I have noticed that my speaker volume is very low after I disconnect from my Bluetooth stereo. It has become a problem because I have missed my alarm the next morning because I don't hear it. I have narrowed it down to the Bluetooth being the issue but I don't know how to fix it. Do I not disconnect correctly?
I just got the Razr HD on Thursday when it became available and I love it so far. I connected my Sony Bluetooth stereo headset (url...). So, not the typical one ear peice just for answering calls. I got them because I listen to music on phone while at the gym and the wire from my old headset kept getting in the way. So, these worked great with the Droid X, never had a problem. I connected them to my Razr HD and the volume instantly goes the the max and cannot be turn down. I use the volume rocker and the volume stays at the max volume until I turn the volume all the way down at which point there is no sound. I can't find a bluetooth volume slider in the sound volume settings and the "Music, Video, Games, & other media" volume control isn't doing anything to adjust the volume for my headset. The headset does not have a volume control of its own and right now I can't use it becuase it is way too loud. I know there ways to be able to adjust the volume for each device independently on custom roms and rooted devices why can't these simple things be added to "stock" roms? Anyone know how to get the volumes to work without having to go to a custom ROM?
I've been having some trouble with my bluetooth headphones. Usually they work very well, I can listen to music and also make calls with them, but once in a while I will encounter a problem, when I answer a call, it will be completely mute. If I turn the headphone off, it will still be off. Even if I hang up the call, then my phone will now be completely mute (I can't even listen to music anymore). So I reset, and then my phone is back to normal.
I purchased a pair of S10-HD (allegedly) stereo headphones yesterday. I paired them with my iMac/OS10.6.8, but they only play in mono. My other bluetooth headphones from Creative play stereo just fine, so why does my S10-HD only play in mono?
My Photon must be having Apple envy and has decided to refuse to cooperate. Unlocking can still be an occasional two minute ordeal with many whispered metaphorical condemnations of it's heritage and habits. However, my main complaint is the bluetooth audio stutter I hear on a stereo headset.
I have no problems pairing and listinening to audio on a set of bluetooth stereo headphones via my MacBookPro (or my friend's iPhone), but the Photon makes me want to kick something very hard and repeatedly. The audio stutter-pop every 1/3 second (approximatly) is beyond frustrating.
The only thing that reduces the stuttering is if I hold the phone within 3 inches (yes, 3"!) of the headset. Oddly, my mono canal-style headset has a range of about 36 feet. Both of the headsets are less than two months old, and I know that the stereo headset is up to version 3.x of the bluetooth spec. (the Photon is using bluetooth v. 2.1).
I've read the owners manual and followed the instructions. My wife and colleagues have done so, too (as they have the same headset). And, yes, we've tried re-setting the device as well. I've also called Motorola tech support -- and even got through to Level 2 Support. They couldn't figure it out either. The manual's instructions clearly do not match the functionality of the H730 hardware. How to stop the rather annoying voice prompts.
I have a brand new Ken-wood Excelon DNX6990HD head-unit in my truck. The pairing with the Droid 4 was smooth and easy...until I try to use the phone the next time I'm in the truck. The phone features (placing/receiving calls via Bluetooth) are only available to me on that first pairing instance. After that the only thing I can do is use the Pandora streaming controls?(I'm posting this on a Kenwood forum too just to cover all the bases!)I'm also get some audio skipping through Bluetooth but I see that is another thread?
I just had installed a new Kenwood car stereo with built in Bluetooth. The BT is paired but the phonebook has not downloaded to the stereo. It has a list of calls in & out. How do I download the phonebook to the stereo or is the Droid 3 even capable of this?
I'm interested in getting the S10 bluetooth headphones and wanted to see how good they are. I will mainly use for running, but will also use when I ride my bike by myself.- Is it really sweatproof?- How does it fit under a bike helmet?
Seems like the stock camera app takes forever to load and is generally sluggish in performance. I'm assuming this is a software issue, so my question is, is there a better app out there that takes as good or better pictures and is quicker to open and navigate around the various options?
I have a set of Jaybird JF3 Freedom BT headphones (fantastic running headphones BTW!) - both the Motoactv manual and the device itself tell me that when the Motoactv and my BT headset are in range of each other and powered on, they will auto-connect. Of the 30+ times I've used them, this only happened once. Every other time I have to go into Settings - Wireless - BT Headsets-JF3 Freedom and hit the "Reconnect" button - then they reconnect right away. One random time, they auto-connected. I didn't do anything different than I normally do.
I've been watching this product (and these forums) since the MA came out. Now that I'm cleared to run again, I'm really ready to make a purchase. I am so completley on the fence between this and a Garmin. I realize people are more apt to post the negative over the positive so help me make a comparative list:PRO MANo separate IPOD!will track other activitiesbluetooth headphonesMatt's responsiveness on these forumsCon MA (concerns, eally)battery lifeonline portal issues (as seen on these forums)"water damage" issue - rated as ipx7?!GPS reliabilityPRO GARMIN 410more stable?familiar with garmconnect (I have an etrex for trail use)A true running GPSI've tried the Garmin but I have not tried the MA - I'd LOVE to though.
None of my Bluetooth Motorola Headphones work anymore after iOS 5.1 upgrade. They constantly skip and dropout to a point of being totally useless... They were all working great and now they barely work at all.
My S305 headphones sounded great on the Droid until a few months ago, when they got really quiet. Even at max volume for both the Droid and the headphones, it's not as high as it used to be, and it's REALLY LOUD (relatively) with anything else. What happened? How do I fix it?
I go out for a few runs and I noticed that me heart rate read very low and erratic (25 bpm then 60 bpm) this only happens when I use my Bluetooth headphones with the chest strip HRM. I have tried it with the stock headphones whith great results.
Has anyone noticed that since the update the facebook for android app doesn't work very good unless on wifi. Even with a strong 4g signial it will just say loading for up to a minute before it completes loading. Before the update the app would always load very fast. I have cleared data on the app and uninstalled and reinstalled and it still does the same thing.
I used to have the standard set of issues with my Bionic (data drops, restarts, etc.), but thankfully, after receiving a refurbished unit and upgrading to ICS when it was pushed a few months ago, my issues have been resolved.
That is, until a few weeks ago.
Recently, I have experienced music played through the headphone jack cutting out for 2-3 seconds, then playing again (the song continues to play as though nothing is wrong). The issue tends to happen once every 30 minutes or so. I've experienced this issue with Google Music, Amazon MP3, and Pandora, and it also applies to both streamed/cloud music AND music stored locally on the phone. I have already tried cleaning out the headphone jack for debris. Also, I know it isn't an issue with the headphones, as they play audio from my computer without any issue.
I own a 2014 Chevy Equinox. The car's auxiliary connector does not work with the G4, so I connect with a stand alone Bluetooth device plugged into my cigarette lighter. The problem is the volume is about 50% lower via this method. I'm thinking it's the Bluetooth device I'm using. I tried about a dozen vol u me apps and none of them work
When I have the headphones (standard, no controls) plugged in and media playing, the ringer will only ring at the level the media is set at. You can move the slider back and forth but it will stop increasing the volume for the ringer when it gets to the media slider setting. If I increase media slider, the volume for ringer will increase. It will go lower when reduced below media setting. The volume for the media setting seems to be a cap for all volume while headphones are inserted. It must be a bug in GB because Verizon was able to reproduce it. I need the phone to ring loud when under these specific conditions as I get called to go to work, it HAS to be able to wake me up. Ive performed a full factory reset and asked if I can go back to Froyo without a root and, no dice.
When I plug in my headphones and start an MP3 player (Moto or Amazon so far) the phone starts to automatically redial the last number called. I hit "End Call" and it does it again and again. I am not sure what makes it finally stop. I also have poor sound/missing vocals on songs when I do get it to play. I am using my Ipod ear phones.