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Old June 7th, 2012, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wondering if anyone else is having problems with their Bluetooth not automatically connecting the phone to the car following the recent upgrade??
I've got a galaxy Note.

Hope someone can help with any suggestions....

Thanks guys :0)

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No solution I'm afraid but Ur not alone! My note will play music through the installed IO Play in my car but phonecalls don't work. Been onto Samsung who can only say they may not be compatable. Not much help!
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was trying to swap some files over via bluetooth between two ics notes and it failed every single time. not good.
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Car head unit connects fine via Bluetooth as does my wii controller. Annoyed I can't swap files though
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My Note will connect to my Nokia headset via Bluetooth, but I get a 'unfortunately, the process com.phone.Android has stopped' or something similar whenever I try to make a phone call.
However, if the Note is not in car mode, ie I haven't pushed the bottom of the official dock in to the Note's USB socket, it works fine.
So I can only make calls while driving if the Note isn't in car mode.
Slightly annoying, but I don't use speech control anyway so just hoping a fix comes as the software is sorted.
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Hi
Just wondering if anyone else is having problems with their Bluetooth not automatically connecting the phone to the car following the recent upgrade??
I've got a galaxy Note.

Hope someone can help with any suggestions....

Thanks guys :0)
I have a Galaxy Note too with ICS 4.0.3. Since the ICS upgrade, I have to manually connect my phone to my Smart ForTwo head unit, whereas before it would connect automatically. Very frustrating.

If anyone has found a fix please let us know about it. Thanks
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I just did a factory reset and following a successful pairing, it now connects automatically.
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Hi

I had the same problem when I upgraded my Note to ICS. My Pioneer car system would just not route the calls as I could initially do with GB.

I went into the connection settings on the car deck, deleted the device Galaxy Note and re-connected it after entering the passkey.
And guess what?
It works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Just like before.

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Hi

I had the same problem when I upgraded my Note to ICS. My Pioneer car system would just not route the calls as I could initially do with GB.

I went into the connection settings on the car deck, deleted the device Galaxy Note and re-connected it after entering the passkey.
And guess what?
It works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Just like before.

Please try and reply
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Probably you all need to reintroduce your phone and your bluetooth devices all over again....
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Default unfortunately the process com.android.phone has stopped while connecting car dock

unfortunately the process com.android.phone has stopped while connecting car dock i have this problem since update my phone by ICS can anyone help me to fix
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