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Bluetooth Audio Stutter

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By Simbady, Junior Member on 9th July 2014, 09:11 AM
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4th February 2015, 07:40 PM |#31  
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Best of luck!

Like spectral says its ART, so if you want a lollipop rom its gotta be AOSP unfortunately, don't waste your time with LG ones

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10th February 2015, 06:00 PM |#32  
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I believe it's software related too, but there's just one major dilemma between the AOSP and LG stock based roms. LG offers great mic and camera quality but the audio isn't great (stutter), on the other hand, AOSP doesn't have this issue but surfers from decreased camera and terrible mic quality. They should somehow port the LG cam and mic software/settings or resolve the audio issue
13th February 2015, 08:37 AM |#33  
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Quick update - I decided not to send my phone back to LG, and was looking at downgrade/root options, which I haven't got round to doing yet. HOWEVER - got V20h OTA update the other day, and it seems that the stutter is gone! I will do more testing and report back if I'm wrong, but looks like they've sorted out the issue.
17th February 2015, 03:01 PM |#34  
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I can confirm that V20H solves the problem!!!!!!!
28th February 2015, 04:16 PM |#35  
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Not for me it doesn't.

With just 2 devices attached via BT (Moto360 and Jabra Revo) it can be great, or not.
When I use attach 4 devices via BT (watch, car phone, car audio, odbii) it can be great, or completely unusable with devices being disconnected.

The only consistency I can see is that it's inconsistent. And didn't have the same problems on 4.x (though other environmental changes like different car also since then).
19th June 2015, 01:41 PM |#36  
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Fixed it. It's the dumb kernel on 5.02 that stutters the playback as soon as screen is off. I used a partial wakelock so the cpu stays active after screen off with this app. It works. No more stuttering. As for speakers that require high sample rate I just switched the cpu governor to performance. It's a workaround but the partial wakelock should work especially on bluetooth headphones. Here's the app's link
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