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Support HTC Incredible: Removing Headphones Freaks Phone Out

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by KSWellmann, May 26, 2010.

  1. KSWellmann

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    I was hoping maybe someone else had this problem and could help.

    On my way to work I use the headphones attached to my Incredible to listen to iHeartRadio/Padora, etc. Once I get to work I make sure I kill the applications that I am not using, including the music applications. Once they are killed I remove the headphones from the phone. The problem is that once I remove the headphones, the music application automatically starts and plays over the speaker on the phone eventhough the applications were killed before I disconnect the headphones. The only way to stop the music from playing is to task kill it again after I disconnect the headphones.

    Background: I am using the headphones supplied by the Blackberry Storm that have the microphone.

    Is anyone else having this problem? Help!!!!
     

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    the microphone is probably triggering a false voice command.. i used cheap cables from radio shack and it does the same thing.. better cables, not a problem since
     
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    Lots of people are having the same/similar issue. The phone seems to have issues with music streaming in conjunction with microphone connectivity, or cables that it sees as having a microphone.
     
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    I use Pandora and it automatically pauses when a headset is connected/disconnected. bPlayer does this as well.
     

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