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    Default Bluetooth issues after upgrade to ICS

    I have several health devices (bodybugg, heartmonitor) that uses bluetooth. My phone shows that they are paired. However, when I open up the app it ask me to pair the device again. I was using these devices before I upgrade without this issue. I have tried unpairing and then pairing them again. But, I still have the issue. What puzzling about this, I have other bluetooth devices (jambox, Soul handsfree) that this is not an issue. Is anyone else encountering this?
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    Default Re: Bluetooth issues after upgrade to ICS

    New samsung android galaxy s2, bought in Feb 2012 and paired to Ford sync and all worked fine (auto-detects and pairs phone and media, does not drop-out) . Upgraded to ICS 10 Jul 2012, very pretty and seems a little quicker . Ford sync does not detect ICS phone . Deleted ICS phone in Ford Sync and re-paired , ICS phone pairs with Ford Sync, but drops out of pairing . Ford Sync does not auto-detect ICS phone . ICS " phone will manually pair with Ford Sync, but drops out later . Not sure if I should "reset" ICS phone to pre-ICS android .
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    Default Re: Bluetooth issues after upgrade to ICS

    I'm also experiencing some skyrocket ICS issues. The phone use to auto pair with my car (2012 Honda CRV) but now I have to manually select it. Also, when I manually select to connect to the option, it seems like the Bluetooth driver crashes or something. Bluetooth turns off and back on and the phone will disconnect and reconnect to the car's Bluetooth. I tried in another car (pioneer avic x920BT) and it does the same thing. I tried another ICS Phone(

    Verizon Galaxy nexus with 4.0.4) and it paired perfectly fine and works beautifully. The phone also connects fine to a standard Bluetooth headset.

    WARNING FOR FACTORY RESET:

    I performed a factory reset also and went and paired it up directly afterwards with the car, same exact issue.
    Last edited by qitupx; 07-16-2012 at 01:38 PM. Reason: added factory reset and fixed some spelling mistakes
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    Default Re: Bluetooth issues after upgrade to ICS

    On the Ford Sync issue I had to untick the media audio and just leave phone ticked for it to work. Seems ics and/or Sync only wants to have either phone or media audio but not both.
    Sometimes you are the ball. Sometimes you are the pins.
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    Default Re: Bluetooth issues after upgrade to ICS

    I recently got a Samsung Galaxy S2 and tried today pairing it to my 2012 Ford Focus SEL and after going through the prompts and entering the PIN code it tells me "Unable to sync". Has anyone else had this problem?
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    Default Re: Bluetooth issues after upgrade to ICS

    Just got the fix from Samsung. Go to applications/ settings/ wireless and networks/ bluetooth/ menu icon (bottom left)/ visible time out /
    select never time out.
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    Default Re: Bluetooth issues after upgrade to ICS

    Morning all. Had the same problem pairing my S2 to my new Focus, and found the solution (for both my phone and my Girlfriends) was to do the following:

    On the phone: open settings > applications > all (applications). scroll down to Logs Provider, open it and "clear data".

    Un-pair your phone, re-pair it and hey-presto! Hopefully this will work for you guys, too!
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    Default Re: Bluetooth issues after upgrade to ICS

    if none of these are working for anyone (like me) Tmobile sent me an article
    Software update: Samsung Galaxy S II Support | T-Mobile

    It uses Kies. If you don't have Kies installed on your phone you should download it from the market. then download it onto your computer. I haven't tried it yet. it does show me that there is a firmware update for my Galaxy s2. I just need to have a full battery. I will come back and update you all after i try it. If anyone else tries this and is successful please let me know .



    So I just tried it. I didn't have any luck.
    I'm out of things to try
    upon calling Samsung I was informed that i will always have to manually connect it to my car. That they dont have an auto connect feature. WTH?!
    Last edited by bobbette89; 02-15-2013 at 02:42 PM. Reason: Update

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