I have a Jabra Cruiser2 bluetooth handsfree unit in my car. It worked great with my Galaxy S. It works with my Galaxy S3 but with one issue: it won't auto-connect. I went through the whole pairing exercise and the Galaxy S3 says that it's paired. The first time I paired it, it connected and I was playing music and taking calls through the Jabra. Then I left the car and turned off bluetooth. When I got back in the car I enabled bluetooth on the GS3 and hit the connect button on the Jabra Cruiser2 but nothing happened. Normally with my Galaxy S it would connect again and everything would work. But not the GS3, nothing happens. If I go in to Bluetooth settings on the GS3 it shows the Jabra Cruiser and says that it's paired. But it doesn't connect. If I hold in the Cruiser2 button to force it in to pairing mode again then it pairs with the GS3 again and connects and then everything works again. With my Galaxy S3 sometimes if I wasn't out of the car very long it would even automatically re-connect without me having to even hit the connect button on the Jabra Cruiser2. It's incredibly annoying to have to force it to re-pair every single time I get in the car. Does anyone know how to get it to just automatically reconnect when I press the connect button on the Jabra Cruiser2?