1. mikem3223's Avatar
    I have a circumstance that I thought was unique, but I've tested it with my my Galaxy S5 and with 3 different Android tablets (Lenovo Yoga 3, Lenovo Tab 2 A10, and Samsung Galaxy S2 Tab). When Netflix is running, whether or not I'm watching it, and I lose wifi signal, the bluetooth audio cuts out. If I'm watching Netflix at the time, playing a video on another app, playing a video that's on the device itself, or playing a song on the device itself, it always cuts out, provided I've started the Netflix app recently. The bluetooth device, in this case earbuds, is still connected, but the audio starts playing through the device, rather than the earbuds. Turning the earbuds off and on fixes it, but it's really annoying to have to do that every time.

    I've tested 3 different audio devices: Samsung soundbar, Jaybird BlueBuds X2, and J-Lab Epic, with the different Android devices and I've tried the same experiment on 2 different wifi networks, all with the same result.

    Has anyone else experienced this problem. or could someone else give it a shot and see if the same thing happens to them? I appreciate any help I can get. If it's user error and someone has an idea of what I'm doing wrong, please let me know. Thanks!
    06-27-2016 08:37 AM
  2. sinfoman's Avatar
    I apologize if this isn't helpful, but it sounds like an app issue (Netflix). Is the NF app up to date from the Google store?
    06-27-2016 12:34 PM

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