1. wilbarger's Avatar
    I have the i9505g with the OTA to 4.3 that is rooted. Today, I attempted to set it up in my car and found that it would not successfully pair. It has been working perfectly up until now, so not sure what the problem might be. I get to the point that I enter the passcode into the phone and then the car attempts to pair. It fails every time. The phone gives a message that it cannot communicate with the auto. Anybody else having any BT issues?
    08-06-2013 05:06 PM
  2. Xceptiona1's Avatar
    I have not tried it in my car yet (nervous now). My fitibt flex had been working previous to the 4.3 update and now it acts like it doesn't exist anymore and thats really hard to troubleshoot, because you don't even pair the device, you just launch the app and it sees the fitbit or doesnt. So the short answer, yes google broke bluetooth in 4.3
    08-06-2013 05:11 PM
  3. planoman's Avatar
    I heard that it fixed some and broke some. Mine was and is working after the 4.3 update. BT is one of the things that always seems to get affected with an update...
    08-06-2013 05:41 PM
  4. wilbarger's Avatar
    Fixed my issue. Took 3 tries, but went into BT sharing in apps, cleared cache, data and force stopped. It finally paired after the 3d try.
    planoman likes this.
    08-06-2013 05:47 PM

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