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[Q] Bluetooth not working after upgrade to AOSB 1.3.6

9th July 2014, 04:03 AM   |  #1  
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I've been running AOSB on SGH-T999 for several months. Upgraded to AOSB 1.3.6 (Android 4.4.4) yesterday and Bluetooth is no longer functioning and will not pair with any Bluetooth devices, i.e. my phone does not see any devices and other devices do not see my phone. I've reinstalled the ROM (wiped cache and dalvik only, not a clean install; was previously on 1.3.5).

Build #: cm_d2lte-userdebug 4.4.4 KTU84P 30a2494bce test-keys
CyanogenMod version: 11-20140628-unofficial-d2lte
Baseband: Y999UVDLJA
Kernal: 3.4.95-cyanogenmod-gd55ed95

Anyone else experiencing this issue with AOSB 1.3.6 or any other ROM?
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10th July 2014, 03:31 PM   |  #2  
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I've been running AOSB on SGH-T999 for several months. Upgraded to AOSB 1.3.6 (Android 4.4.4) yesterday and Bluetooth is no longer functioning and will not pair with any Bluetooth devices, i.e. my phone does not see any devices and other devices do not see my phone. I've reinstalled the ROM (wiped cache and dalvik only, not a clean install; was previously on 1.3.5).

Build #: cm_d2lte-userdebug 4.4.4 KTU84P 30a2494bce test-keys
CyanogenMod version: 11-20140628-unofficial-d2lte
Baseband: Y999UVDLJA
Kernal: 3.4.95-cyanogenmod-gd55ed95

Anyone else experiencing this issue with AOSB 1.3.6 or any other ROM?


This Happened to me as well, even did a complete wipe and even ended up reflashing the modem file due to losing service/baseband..... anyone know of a solution?
10th July 2014, 04:56 PM   |  #3  
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Just flash in TWRP three times. Works every time for me.
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Just flash in TWRP three times. Works every time for me.

I'll try it again with TWRP. Ever since the AOSB OTA went live, I've been flashing through the application, perhaps there is some interference. Will flash this evening directly through TWRP and report results following.

Thanks.
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I'll try it again with TWRP. Ever since the AOSB OTA went live, I've been flashing through the application, perhaps there is some interference. Will flash this evening directly through TWRP and report results following.

Thanks.

Reflashed several more times through TWRP, no change, Bluetooth still not working.
12th July 2014, 03:19 PM   |  #6  
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Some ROMs for the d2lte do not have working BT at this time. There are a few that have working BT however. I don't know all of them that have working BT, but I know that Carbon for sure has working BT.

GS³: Carbonized, LeanKernel'd, Philz'd
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18th July 2014, 11:53 PM   |  #7  
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Some ROMs for the d2lte do not have working BT at this time. There are a few that have working BT however. I don't know all of them that have working BT, but I know that Carbon for sure has working BT.

GS³: Carbonized, LeanKernel'd, Philz'd

Thanks, mp3deviant721. I noticed many others are having the same problem. For now, I'll do without BT and wait for the next release of AOSB, if my BT withdrawals get too severe, I'll revert to the previous version.

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