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Old April 30th, 2012, 01:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry unable to connect wired headset when bluetooth radio is on

Model: Samsung Galaxy GT-I9003
Firmware version: 2.3.6
Baseband version: I9003DDKP4
Kernel version: 2.6.35.7-CL882023 dpi@DELL144#1
Build number: GINGERBREAD.DDKP3

Steps:
1. Establish a call with audio via bluetooh headset.
2. Let us assume Bluetooth headset power goes off.
3. Connect a wired headset to phone
4. Switch the audio to speaker phone.
5. Switch the audio to Headset.

Issue:
At step#5, the mobile phone is forcing me to connect to bluetooh headset (ISSUE 1)
If I switch off the bluetooth radio signal on call then if i force the audio termination to headset then my mobile phone forcing me to enable bluetooth (ISSUE 2)

Expected result of a customer:
Its a simple logic that whenever a end user wants to terminate audio path to any audio termination on an existing call then the end user should be allowed to that particular audio termination.
This is a very bad experience in such a high end mobile phone. This is really disappointing.
Please have a look and test in your lab and give us a fix for this.

I appreciate your immediate attention.

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Krushna

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