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Old June 14th, 2012, 11:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have an Amaze 4g and bluetooth audio was working fine with my CX9 before the ICS update. Before the update, the phone's music player would automatically turn on whenever I turn on the car engine and I was able to use the car's audio console to change the songs on my phone. After the update, I have to always manually go into my phone to turn on the music player and can no longer change the songs using my car's audio console. Can anyone help me out with this please?

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Hi,
I have an Amaze 4g and bluetooth audio was working fine with my CX9 before the ICS update. Before the update, the phone's music player would automatically turn on whenever I turn on the car engine and I was able to use the car's audio console to change the songs on my phone. After the update, I have to always manually go into my phone to turn on the music player and can no longer change the songs using my car's audio console. Can anyone help me out with this please?
Exactly same issue on my Galaxy Note. Before the update, the phone's music player would automatically turn on whenever I turn on the car engine and I was able to use the car's audio console to change the songs on my phone. After the update, I have to always manually go into my phone to turn on the music player and can no longer change the songs using my car's audio console.

My Car is Ford make ...... Please someone help ......
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Old June 30th, 2012, 09:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Delete all Bluetooth pairings and then recreate them.
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Delete all Bluetooth pairings and then recreate them.
I tried doing that, but problem still persists.
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