1. NIZMOZ44's Avatar
    Not sure if this is just the way the phone is. I picked up a V30, and wanted to see about switching to it from my heavy/tall Note 8. And it seems all is good, but the dang Bluetooth is irritating me. I use a Gear S3, a LG neck headset, and my car bluetooth. I been noticing the LG doesn't like to be connected to more than two devices, and it won't connect to my car automatically or the headset without me manually disconnecting one and connecting the other. And when the car disconnects the headset doesn't automatically reconnect. My Note 8 never had these issues and just worked.

    Anyone have any ideas? I just set it up yesterday so it is new.
    06-07-2018 07:22 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    Bluetooth isn't like 3G. It's not a single, agreed-upon standard, it's a method of getting data from point A to point B. Beyond that, it's a matter of profiles. LG and Samsung don't use the same profiles (or they'd be in a huge copyright infringement lawsuit), so they work differently. Unless someone else has figured out a way to get his V30 to do what you want, about all you can do is experiment. Turn the car off, turn Bluetooth in the phone off, then on and see if it connects to the headset. Things like that.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    06-07-2018 12:38 PM
  3. NIZMOZ44's Avatar
    Bluetooth isn't like 3G. It's not a single, agreed-upon standard, it's a method of getting data from point A to point B. Beyond that, it's a matter of profiles. LG and Samsung don't use the same profiles (or they'd be in a huge copyright infringement lawsuit), so they work differently. Unless someone else has figured out a way to get his V30 to do what you want, about all you can do is experiment. Turn the car off, turn Bluetooth in the phone off, then on and see if it connects to the headset. Things like that.
    Thanks. It seems it started to behave this afternoon now. The car radio takes a bit to connect, but all 3 were connected and my watch stayed stable as well.
    06-07-2018 06:50 PM
  4. wenglish#AC's Avatar
    Bluetooth isn't like 3G. It's not a single, agreed-upon standard, it's a method of getting data from point A to point B. Beyond that, it's a matter of profiles. LG and Samsung don't use the same profiles (or they'd be in a huge copyright infringement lawsuit), so they work differently...
    I hadn't realized that. It explains why Bluetooth is such an unreliable mess
    06-08-2018 12:34 PM
  5. NIZMOZ44's Avatar
    Was behaving and then stopped again. It's going back.
    06-08-2018 07:59 PM

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