This is really strange and I'm hoping someone can help me out. I have a Galaxy S3 which is not activated right now with Verizon, and hasn't been for about a year. I use it like a small tablet - collecting email using wifi and listening to music. At home I connect it to a little Auvio bluetooth speaker. In the car, I connect to a Motorola bluetooth T505 hands-free device, which puts the music through my vehicle's speaker system. So here's my problem: The other day, I had an album playing through the T505 as I was driving through a residential area I have never driven through before. All of a sudden, the music stopped. When I had a chance to look at the phone, it was off. It would not turn back on - it's like it was killed. I had to open the thing up and remove the battery to get it to turn on again. Ever since that time, whenever I connect to a bluetooth speaker, the music will not play - it sits in pause mode and will not play at all. The minute I disconnect from the BT device the music will play fine. It's like the play button freezes when connected to a BT device. I use the standard music player app that came with the phone - "Music Player". Any thoughts on what happened and how I can fix it? I am not able to take system updates, because it's not activated with Verizon. Thanks.