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Captivate, CM10 Jelly Bean Nightly, Bluetooth problem
OK, so I have a Captivate, a Motorola Atrix 4G, and a Motorola XOOM. I have been using my Atrix for a while (a year) and bought a Bluetooth FM modulator for my car (Livio Bluetooth car kit). It has been working superbly and I have loved it. Any of my audio is passed through to my stereo. I can make calls, control most apps (AD2P I think it is called), and use voice to text apps to text while driving (Assistant, Vlingo, Whatever they all worked) while having a button push on the device start up the assistant type app. Recently I saw that 1) The Atrix won't even get ICS 2) CM doesn't have official support for Atrix past CM7 (Gingerbread) and that 3) my older Captivate, having similar hardware as the Nexus S, is supported by CM. This prompted me to put CM10 (Jelly Bean) on my phone and honestly it is smoother and less buggy than my motoblur atrix despite being at least 1 generation older. All this is excellent and I am loving using my "new" CM10 Captivate...except in the car. The Captivate does not find my Livio. It also does not find another Bluetooth device I have, a Blue Ant in car bluetooth speaker for a visor. It will recognize computers and my xoom and the atrix, so its bluetooth does work. Further, I checked with the Atrix and it still finds, recognizes, and pairs with the Livio so the Livio's bluetooth is also working. To throw an additional twist, the Xoom (wifi regular non-family), running stock GED Jelly Bean recognizes both phones but it also does not recognize the Livio car kit. It looks like it may be a Jelly Bean issue. So my questions are:
1) Anyone have Jelly Bean-bluetooth problems in general with ANY Jelly Bean device?
2) Anyone running CM on their Captivate have Bluetooth-device recognition problems?
3) Anyone know what I might be doing wrong that is surely some self evident problem I am just stupidly overlooking?