1. sv_one's Avatar
    The Charge doesn't appear to handle the blue-tooth handoff properly if I'm listening to streaming audio via the audio output jack when the phone rings in the car.

    Here's what's going on:

    If I'm
    * in the car,
    * using the audio-output jack to listen to streaming audio (Spotify, Pandora, etc.), and
    * the phone rings, and
    * I pick up via bluetooth-car-speakerphone,
    * it routes the microphone properly (I can speak and people can hear me via the bluetooth mic) but
    * it improperly routes the audio output via the audio-output jack (the same one the streaming audio was playing through).
    * My car, of course, shuts off the audio when bluetooth connects,
    * so the net result of this is that I can speak (and be heard) but cannot hear the caller.

    The only solution is to unplug the audio output jack when the phone rings. (Which I can do, of course, but it sort of defeats the hands-free thing.)

    Am I doing something wrong? Is there a setting I'm missing? Any chance this is fixed with gingerbread?

    07-17-2011 04:46 PM
  2. sv_one's Avatar
    Sorry to bump this but just curious if anyone has encountered this or, better, has a solution...?
    08-02-2011 08:05 PM
  3. ether813's Avatar
    I have something similar that happens to me, I will be playing audio through the car speakers via bluetooth, a call will come in and i am able to answer it fine, but when i hangup the call, the audio is routed through the phone speakers and not over bluetooth like it previously was, and i have to disconnect and re-pair which works sometimes, and when that doesnt work i have to reboot the phone....
    08-03-2011 12:42 PM

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