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[Q] WiFi and BT Issues with Peregrine Carbon-ROM

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By Termuellinator, Junior Member on 5th September 2014, 11:12 AM
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18th November 2014, 05:17 PM |#11  
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bad news: flashed to CARBON-KK-NIGHTLY-20141103-0939-peregrine and the BT-issue is back as in the beginning - com.andoird.bluetooth stops working - but only following the first connect -.-
interestingly going back to my pre-flash-backup didn't resolve the issue (doesn't matter if i just restore or wipe prior to that...but after flashing/restoring the first connect works perfectly)...perhaps that leads to some ideas about the cause?
was just trying to get it to work like the other time by stopping/deleting data of com.andoird.bluetooth, but didn't work this time
 
 
19th November 2014, 05:03 PM |#12  
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ok, figured it out again, this time i'll post my steps in case anyone ever encounters similar issues (and for my future reference in case i encounter them again, too )
1) unpair
2)switch off bluetooth
3) stop com.android.bluetooth in "apps"
4) delete data of com.android.bluetooth
5) reboot
6) pair
7) unpair
8) delete data of com.android.bluetooth
9) pair
10) reboot

at least these are the steps i did and it seems to be working now, again
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