I have a nicely rooted TU and today I just noticed that when I turn on Bluetooth, the phone decides to reboot from the Boot Animation forward, about every 30 seconds, until I am able to go into the settings and turn Bluetooth back off.
As of two weeks ago Bluetooth worked fine (that is when I last used it.) I can't say when it stopped working between then and now, as I just have not had the need for using it in a while.
Is anyone else getting this problem directly related to turning on Bluetooth? Very odd in my opinion for it to be doing this as, again, it worked fine a couple of weeks ago. Maybe I need to re-push the bluetooth system apps back onto the phone or something, not sure how to fix it so for now I will just have a phone without bluetooth until I figure out what to do.
Last edited by ionized; November 16th, 2011 at 07:35 PM.
Reason: added fixed to title
While scrolling through the output of adb logcat, I noticed this line: D/AVRCP:MediaPlayerManager( 3548): Cannot bind Android Media Player on playback service: com.android.music.MediaPlayback Service
Then I remembered that the only change I have made to the phone since I last used Bluetooth, was that I installed PowerAMP. Well, since I was now using PowerAMP, I could use TI Backup Pro to 'freeze' the stock "Music" app that ships with android, since I would no longer be needing it, or so I thought. I mean, it is just the music app, harmless to freeze it.. until you try to turn on Bluetooth.
Well, apparently Bluetooth hooks into the com.android.music.MediaPlayback service for some unknown reason, and because I had frozen the stock "Music" app, Bluetooth would cause a soft restart after miserably failing to enable, all because it could not find com.android.music.
The fix? Unfreezing the Music app. Bluetooth now works again.
Last edited by ionized; November 16th, 2011 at 07:29 PM.
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how did you reinstalled the stock music app? if you could tell me please
in titanium backup, they did a freeze of the app and not an actuall uninstall. bascially it stops the app from running or even appearing in system but there is still a backup, think of it like that, of it so they can unfreeze, restore, to use it again.
what you did is a uninstall and if you didnt back it up you might be screwed.
with the people that still have it on their phone, does anyone know a way to extract the tb backup so those who actually uninstalled it can restore your backup. i believe tb backups up to sdcard/titaniumbackup and their someone should find the files
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