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Old August 21st, 2011, 08:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have recently moved to an Android Phone Galaxy s2 and everything is OK with the exception of Bluetooth it works with a standalone Garmin sat Nav but cannot hold signal on a BMW Production Fitted unit. The problem appears to be that after about 120 seconds the Samsung stops auto polling the BMW unit prompting a message reactivate phone.

My ancient Nokia had no problems so is there a fix or a better app

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I have heard this problem mentiond before about BMW`s and the S2

just do goggle search.
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Default BMW support for Android phones

I have discussed the lack of support for android phones by BMW with the UK branch and have been told that all support for phones is done in Germany.

So one must assume that the Android market in Germany is in their view only minor. They seem to be still tied to one of the older players in the mobile market who was once very dominant.

I was wondering if an app writer could simulate say a nokia bluetooth which I understand is a very old implementation
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I think the problem is not with your BMW. I have Indian made car fitted with bluetooth system, my old dell streak( Android) and also Iphone was working fine, but my new S2 siezs to work
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I have a Hyundai Genesis, I had no problems connecting and staying connected with my Galaxy Vibrant. I recently upgraded to the S2, and have the bluetooth randomly dropping connection where the only way to get it back is to reboot the phone, then it will stay connected for a while and drop again.
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My S2 stays connected to the system on my Honda CRV, but cant transfer my contacts from S2 to the Honda system! Any ideas?
Had no problems with my old Nokia E-72.
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Default Bluetooth issues with my new galaxy skyrocket s2

I have the same identical problem connecting AND holding connection with my Jaguar, I did everything possible to fix the issue but it won't! .. thinking about returning it! ... I never have a problem with my old blackberry nor with my girlfriend's iPhone.
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Sad Bluetooth does not work with Honda Civic 2012 built in blutooth either!

Help, I just bought the 2012 Honda Civic and a new Galazy s2 phone and I have the same problem with the phone and the car. It always disconnects and reconnects over and over. Now I cannot even turn the bluetooth on on the phone. I already turned in the galaxy s2 but the new one does the same thing.
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Strange, mine works really well with a Blaupunkt after market stereo.
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I am having the same problem with my 2011 Honda Odyssey. My new S2 pairs up and connects but then drops the link after a minute or so. It continues to cycle itself connecting and then dropping the link until I just turn it off. Completely useless.
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I am having the same problem with my 2011 Honda Odyssey. My new S2 pairs up and connects but then drops the link after a minute or so. It continues to cycle itself connecting and then dropping the link until I just turn it off. Completely useless.
Same here: my new S2 drops its connection to my 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer.
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My problem with my t-mobile galaxy s2 is that 50 percent of the time it won't auto connect to my factory stereo on my 2004 Acura TL. I'm certain it's not the stereo. My Nexus One worked flawlessly with it.

What's really frustrating, is when it doesn't auto connect, I usually can't force the connection. In fact, when I try to turn bluetooth off and back on, it won't turn back on! I have to reboot the phone to get everything to work... Errrr!!! All this messing around with the phone while I'm driving defeats one of the main reasons for bluetooth... safety.

I really hate this. Everything else on my phone works great, but having a good bluetooth connection in my car is probably the most important feature on a phone that I need to work.
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Oh yeah, one more thing... like others, my BT connection will often drop about 60 seconds after it connects.

I really hope this is something Samsung is aware of and can fix with an update.
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I have a 2012 Honda Civic and the bluetooth will not connect to my Samsung Galaxy. I repeatedly get the message "connection failed."
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I have recently moved to an Android Phone Galaxy s2 and everything is OK with the exception of Bluetooth it works with a standalone Garmin sat Nav but cannot hold signal on a BMW Production Fitted unit. The problem appears to be that after about 120 seconds the Samsung stops auto polling the BMW unit prompting a message reactivate phone.

My ancient Nokia had no problems so is there a fix or a better app
My wife and I purchased two of these phones on December 10th/11 at a FutureShop. I drive a 2012 Audi TT and she drives a 2007 Honda Civic. I have had the exact same problems as you with the connect/ disconnect. My wife's problems with her car is that she can receive incoming calls but cannot make any outgoing calls with the hands free system. The one problem we both share is that if you are talking to someone regardless if you are driving or sitting in your chair at home there sometimes is a dead spot for about 3-4 seconds where the person you are talking to can't hear you and assume you have hung up on them. I spoke with Audi about all of these issues and they told me that Audi deals mainly with Apple (Iphones) I tried my buddy's IPHONE 4S and there were no problems at all. When I spoke to FutureShop about this the sales rep said that they have been experiencing problematic feedback with people that own high end cars (Lexus, BMW, Audi etc) Doesn't explain my wife's car (sorry Honda) She has not experienced the connect/disconnect problems but the phone is useless to her if you can't call out while driving. The other problem my wife doesn't like about this phone is that if someone texts or phones her and she misses the call, there is no beep to notify her that she missed a call/text. I like the phone's features but if I can't pair it to the cars then I am returning them. Does anyone know of any smartphones that pair well with Hondas? My wife's Bluetooth (Frickin hate Bluetooth) was not factory but it is a Honda Bluetooth system. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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I had the same issue with my Odyssey-2012 Touring

My Samsung Galaxy S2, always connect then disconnect few second after, then reconnect, etc.

I like everything about that phone, but the Bluetooth not working in my car, is something I cannot accept from a phone! this is the most important things I need with my phone! In my country, it's illegal to drive and talk to the phone without a Bluetooth!

Update: After a lot of reading and research, I finally find something that work for me. It's not perfect because I need to do those step every time I restart my phone...But at least it works.

1) Go to Settings>Applications>Running Services
2) Then Stop the service "BluetoothPbapService"
3) The Bluetooth is now supposed to work until you close your phone or the bluetooth.

Hope it will work for you
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Question thx for basic fix...is samsung stepping up to the plate?

Powerhawks, thx for the research. This does seem to work. For all viewing, it's safe to say that this is not a car specific problem. In my 2010 Acura MDX, my bluetooth disconnects after 120 secs of placing a call.

Now that someone's figured out a solution, is it out of the question to think that just maybe samsung will retrace this problem and release a fix at least for a problem that seems so widespread? Other than this "not so minor" minor issue, the phone is great.

Is this problem addressed in the rumored firmware upgrade for the s2?
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I have the same issue of connect/disconnect wit my Peugeot 307sw 2008. I can find the
BluetoothPbapService service in either running nor the cached services.
Any help will be appreciated
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I have the same problem with my BMW can't connect no bluetoothpbapservicw ??? help
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I have no BT problems with my S2 vs Peugeot with original BT but my phone won't connect to the BT on my PC with Win7 64-bit. Apparently it's a Win7 issue.
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I was having the same issues with my 2011 Ford Fusions SYNC with factory Nav. After scouring the web for two days I was getting ready to return my Galaxy S2 LTE. I was unable to find any help at all (just lots of complaints) until I read your thread. I tried your suggestion and it worked perfectly. I had migrated from an iphone 3gs which also worked perfectly with Fords Sync and was considering an iphone 4s, but after using the Galaxy S2 for a few days I was ready to delete itunes. Forever.
Thanks to you, now I can.
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I had the same issue with my Odyssey-2012 Touring

My Samsung Galaxy S2, always connect then disconnect few second after, then reconnect, etc.

I like everything about that phone, but the Bluetooth not working in my car, is something I cannot accept from a phone! this is the most important things I need with my phone! In my country, it's illegal to drive and talk to the phone without a Bluetooth!

Update: After a lot of reading and research, I finally find something that work for me. It's not perfect because I need to do those step every time I restart my phone...But at least it works.

1) Go to Settings>Applications>Running Services
2) Then Stop the service "BluetoothPbapService"
3) The Bluetooth is now supposed to work until you close your phone or the bluetooth.

Hope it will work for you
Thank you.
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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.
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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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Hey I have the exact problem of you I just bought the 2012 Honda civic EX-L and I have my Samsung Galaxy S2 connect and disconnect all the time...did you finally found a way to connect your Bluetooth properly and to resolve this problem...need you feedback ASAP...best regard


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Help, I just bought the 2012 Honda Civic and a new Galazy s2 phone and I have the same problem with the phone and the car. It always disconnects and reconnects over and over. Now I cannot even turn the bluetooth on on the phone. I already turned in the galaxy s2 but the new one does the same thing.
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I have a Ford Mondeo and the bluetooth works fine on that. Stays connected and even has access to the contacts.
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I have this exact problem with my new 2012 Honda CR-V and Galaxy S2 phone. The Honda tech had my car for 5 hours and successfully paired all other types of phones but mine and another Galaxy S2. He said Samsung will probably have an update. I called Samsung and they confirmed this (with no exact date). How will I know what the update is called when it comes in the "Update" list? I usually do not accept all the updates. Thanks!
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I'm having issues as well connecting BT with my Galaxy S2 SGH-T989D and 2012 Honda CR-V Touring. Won't auto connect at all and just seems like the BT audio and media really appear to fight each other...my BT phone audio always ends up losing and gets disabled on handset which I then have to re-renable manually. Wish there was a way to disable BT media streaming all together on the NAV head unit as I don't use it at all just my USB flash drive for music.

Samsung really doesn't push updates OTA...I'd suggest downloading Samsung Kies and plug your phone in once a month or so to check for firmware updates. My carrier TELUS says Jellybean 4.1 update should be out sometime in December...hopefully BT issues will be fixed


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I have this exact problem with my new 2012 Honda CR-V and Galaxy S2 phone. The Honda tech had my car for 5 hours and successfully paired all other types of phones but mine and another Galaxy S2. He said Samsung will probably have an update. I called Samsung and they confirmed this (with no exact date). How will I know what the update is called when it comes in the "Update" list? I usually do not accept all the updates. Thanks!
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Another annoyed S2 user here (raises hand). Mine is dropping the BT connection with my Kenwood BT852HD aftermarket stereo. If I get 5 minutes of solid connection I'm lucky. Not only is it annoying to drop music/calls but seeing my stereo display "HD Connected" "HD Disconnected" "Audio Connected" "Audio Disconnected" every few minutes is incredibly annoying.

Samsung...DO SOMETHING! This problem has been going on for a year as it's obvious by the above posts.
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Same problem here with the gs2 on both a 2010 Ford F150 and a 2013 Ford Edge. They connect and work and then randomly drop the BT connection. The only way I can get it to stay connected all the time is to play music via BT from the phone. I use doubletwist but not sure if the player matters.

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I had the same issue with my Odyssey-2012 Touring

My Samsung Galaxy S2, always connect then disconnect few second after, then reconnect, etc.

I like everything about that phone, but the Bluetooth not working in my car, is something I cannot accept from a phone! this is the most important things I need with my phone! In my country, it's illegal to drive and talk to the phone without a Bluetooth!

Update: After a lot of reading and research, I finally find something that work for me. It's not perfect because I need to do those step every time I restart my phone...But at least it works.

1) Go to Settings>Applications>Running Services
2) Then Stop the service "BluetoothPbapService"
3) The Bluetooth is now supposed to work until you close your phone or the bluetooth.

Hope it will work for you
On my AT&T Samsung Skyrocket I found "BluetoothPbapService" under "Bluetooth Share."
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I update my galaxy s 2 phone from 2.3.6 android version to ICS 4.0
3 but the Bluetooth stop working meaning that can not even be switch on and also the predictable text stot. Please anybody with an idea to resolve this let me know or here is my email (abbamember @yahoo.com )
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I had the same issue as ya'll have described with the additional issue of my entire contacts list wouldn't load into the phonebook in my 2012 Honda CRV, only about 1/3 of my contacts would show up. I searched and searched and came across a forum where someone suggested an app called Bluetooth Phonebook. It's $1.95, but well worth it. My entire contact list now syncs, and my BT connection hasn't dropped once.

Now if only the %&*$# text messaging would work with my car! How can they sell something that doesn't work? I went to the Honda dealer and they say it's only compatible with Blackberry. Who the heck even has a Blackberry anymore?? I read another forum where a guy said the issue is resolved for Android v. 4.# or higher, but I have 4.1.2 and the car will not read texts from my phone. Very frustrating.
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