- Mar 9, 2013
Yes, cables are important! I'm glad to see it seems to be working for you now. As for the speak/respond issue, I have the same issue sometimes. It seems to be random though, usually it works as expected but sometimes it does exactly what you describe. More interesting is that it starts out working properly, but then after 2 or 3 voice commands it stops muting the music. If I have the music volume low, I can still use voice commands, but if it is turned up, it can't hear my voice over the music. This continues until I disconnect and reconnect to the AAWireless. I have tested with a cable, but have not seen this happen. Unfortunately, that isn't definitive because it is sporadic when it happens, but I will say that I did not have this happening before switching to AAWireless. I'm interested to hear if you have the problem when connected over a cable.Cables people cables¡
Cables, cables cables!!!
I finally got the Motorola I'm using for hopefully a few days going. This afternoon I could see it was doing everything but the headunit was not seeing it for some reason, though nothing had changed since yesterday when it worked that one time.
I brought it inside and reset it on a power supply, took it back to the car and re-did setup from scratch. Same outcome, flashing blue light, waiting for the headunit.
Decided to try my other shorter cable I had before (I went back to using the cables AAW came with due to other testing) and viola, it worked right away and worked again coming home.
Now, I drove home yesterday with the Motorola and 1.3 FW but it seemed quite good. Now I'm on 1.4 and music seems really good, so far. Hopefully this continues when I am using my S20+ again, but earlier this week I used it after a factory reset and I did notice a lot more glitching in the music than of late, sort of like it gets a bit better over time, but still does the odd glitch? I also experienced my first reboot of the AAW device in a while. Headunit did not reset, it was the AAW unit. Not sure how scientific that is.
Either way, I was looking forward to at least seeing how life is with a different phone to compare, so now I will be playing music all the time and then see how it goes with the Samsung later.
I am still noticing on this phone just now that Google doesn't mute the music playing to hear me speak/respond. The music is quieter when Google says something, but when it's waiting to hear from me the music stays at playing volume. Odd. I should test it with a cable.