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By shahzaib.khan, Senior Member on 11th February 2014, 06:42 PM
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Hey guyz i need to share my problem with you guyz.first of all i would like to say 136 firmware is the best till now but only there is one problem i am facing since i upgraded. Whenever i am playing the audio in my car audio system which have bluetooth functionality the audio gets broken sometime and it came again after few seconds but the thing is there is no problem when i am listening to the headphones or loud speaker, this problem only occurs while playing audio through bluetooth.

Plx guyz let me know if there is a solution for this issue

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11th February 2014, 06:44 PM |#2  
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If you don't have problem with other devices that mean is the Car Audio causing the problem, not the phone.
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11th February 2014, 07:19 PM |#3  
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Dude i am not saying that i checked with other bluetooth devices. I jus said i checked with load speakers and headphone jack not with any bluetooth device except car sterio. And by the way it was working very good with 4.2.2 m using since 4 months

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Dude i am not saying that i checked with other bluetooth devices. I jus said i checked with load speakers and headphone jack not with any bluetooth device except car sterio. And by the way it was working very good with 4.2.2 m using since 4 months

Flash the "Baseband" only from 4.2.2 on 4.3 with Flashtool.
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Are you sure 4.2.2 baseband is related to this problem? And baseband will work in 4.3?

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Are you sure 4.2.2 baseband is related to this problem?

If I am not wrong Baseband is a package with all the radio frequency needed for the phone to work properly. BTW, you can flash back the baseband for 4.3 in the same way.

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And baseband will work in 4.3?

Downloade the right 4.2.2 FTF, the one where bluetooth was working, and via Flashtool exclude everything except Baseband and flash it on 4.3. It will work, this was confirmed by users with weak radio signals.
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Thanks ill try it tomorrow again

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If I am not wrong Baseband is a package with all the radio frequency needed for the phone to work properly. BTW, you can flash back the baseband for 4.3 in the same way.



Downloade the right 4.2.2 FTF, the one where bluetooth was working, and via Flashtool exclude everything except Baseband and flash it on 4.3. It will work, this was confirmed by users with weak radio signals.

i have just flashed baseband from 4.2.2 (257).

will feedback if it works.
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i have just flashed baseband from 4.2.2 (257).

will feedback if it works.

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Thnx alot it worked.

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Thnx alot it worked.

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Hi,

Did you have any issues with connecting your phone to the car audio and making handsfree calls on .290 and .136? Because when I got my phone (running 4.2.2 and .257) it worked ok. I was able to make and recieve calls through the bluetooth using the handsfree of my car audio. When I upgraded to .290 (and also .136) the car would pair with the audio but the handsfree facility did not work! I "downgraded" back to 4.2.2 (.257) and it now works again.. I was wondering if I could use the method that you used - i.e. flash .136 and then flash the baseband of .257.

Regards,

Alan

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