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Old October 5th, 2012, 02:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I have a note 10.1 and just got myself some creative d200 speakers which are really nice!

my question is i now have them paired and when i turn my bluetooth on from my note 10.1 it shows as devices ready to connect and shows my speakers 'paired' but i then have to always select them for them to connect, is there any way that when i turn my bluetooth on it will auto connect to them?

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Old October 6th, 2012, 01:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi, I have a note 10.1 and just got myself some creative d200 speakers which are really nice!

my question is i now have them paired and when i turn my bluetooth on from my note 10.1 it shows as devices ready to connect and shows my speakers 'paired' but i then have to always select them for them to connect, is there any way that when i turn my bluetooth on it will auto connect to them?

thanks

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I have the D100 (pink) and have to always connect manually.

EDIT: Just now I turned my speaker on, made sure phone was connected and music began playing thru speaker. Forgot I didn't have speaker plugged in so batteries proceeded to die. Changed them and started playing music again from phone which auto connected to speaker.

I swear I don't remember it ever auto connecting without my intervention.
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cheers for the reply, do you know if there is anyway for the unit to auto turn off when you disconnect the bluetooth?
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cheers for the reply, do you know if there is anyway for the unit to auto turn off when you disconnect the bluetooth?
It doesn't auto turn off. On mine the power slider is on the rear. I think it's the same on the D200. I usually just leave it turned on.

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As long as there's an active connection it'll auto connect. My unscientific test was making phone calls. Since this speaker lacks speaker phone capabilities, music stop and restarted back to the speaker when I was off call.
But then I went out to the store which meant the connection was totally lost (no active connection). When I came back I had to connect manually.
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