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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by spgolder, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. spgolder

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    Hi,

    The Eris Bluetooth connects, then may disconnect and then connect to my car multiple times.

    Anyone else have this problem?
     

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    I've run into that with headsets. One of my headsets has to be turned on a certain way for it to connect with the Eris. I have to have the Eris bluetooth on first and then turn on the headset. Another one works the opposite and I have to have the headset on first and then the phone's bluetooth. If I do them in the right order then they work right, if I switch the order then I get what you have described.
     
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    That is odd. I have to have the bluetooth turned on for at least 60 seconds on the Eris before I can connect either the jawbone 2 or T505. If I try to connect sooner, they can't find each other.
     
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    With my T505 and my Jabra BT8010 I have to have the bluetooth on the phone turned on first, but with my Samsung WEP-200 the earpiece has to be on first or it won't stay connected. I think this is the problem with the built in car bluetooth though for most people. They leave the bluetooth on in the car 24/7, why wouldn't you really, and the phone doesn't want to connect.
     

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