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bluetooth audio and AOSP

7th June 2014, 08:45 PM   |  #1  
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Are there any AOSP kernel/rom configurations in which the bluetooth audio functions properly, without skips or dropouts? Try as I might, that's just not something that wants to function on this device. Driving me crazy.
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It could be screen off max freq. Try increasing that to 4-500mhz

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It could be screen off max freq. Try increasing that to 4-500mhz

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Happens even with the screen on, mostly in Pandora.
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Are there any AOSP kernel/rom configurations in which the bluetooth audio functions properly, without skips or dropouts? Try as I might, that's just not something that wants to function on this device. Driving me crazy.

I have the same issue on Vanilla. If I leave the screen on it is pretty good, but as soon as I turn it off the audio stutters really badly. I've tried different CPU governors and everything.
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