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Old August 24th, 2012, 11:12 PM   #24 (permalink)
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[QUOTE=Cobrapc;4630125]It's not your cars ladies and gentlemen, it's your phone. I have a set of Motorola bluetooth headphones that I know function normally, (with my very much missed iPhone,) but as soon as I put my Galaxy in my pocket it drops the headphones. Pull it out, push play and it plays until the phone goes back into my pocket.
I believe the Galaxy S II has a very weak Bluetooth signal, very weak!
I didn't read far into the forum as no one was offering any fixes, just issues.
I'll cross my fingers and hope I'm not stuck with this piece of crap for another year, 11 months, and 11 days.[/QUOTE

Well, I've tried the reset of the bluetooth app serv as described above for my BMW. I would agree that this is likely a Samsung problem, as there are far to many vehicle types that have the issue.

Suffice it to say that theis fix seems to work. A pain to do each time the phone restarts but, for now better than nothing.
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