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Z2 D6503 Bluetooth Connection Dropping

20th February 2015, 05:26 AM |#11  
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Thumbs up fixed!
found a fix!

1) install this app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...mediafix&hl=en
2) open app, check the BT connection that have stuttering / dropouts
3) restart phone
4) wait for message box to appear momentarily to say "BT XXX reconnected" or something to that effect
5) test it out and....???profit!

update: perhaps I spoke too soon. A week of using the app this BT connection dropouts still appears at random. Rebooting the phone is what usually fixes it. I wonder if the bluetooth stack would fix it...can it be replaced in the phone kernel?
Last edited by lettcco; 25th February 2015 at 05:53 AM.
 
 
25th February 2015, 08:35 PM |#12  
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well I did more experiment with it this morning. Little background info: My car has bluetooth audio for phone, stereo, and message. The phone is C6503 with .167 firmware. These are the result to see if it fixes the stuttering:
1) toggleing bluetooth on/off: no
2) toggleing throw (audio cast) on/off: no
3) disable auto throw in throw setting: no
4) restarting phone: yes (but AVRCP would stop working; i.e. can't skip track from car. Also notices option to read text message was gone)
5) delete MAP profile in bluetooth setting: yes (seems to work for the rest of the ride...stay tune)

So if you don't mind not able to have the car read your text, this is the fix.
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