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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by buckeyedroid, Jan 29, 2010.

  1. buckeyedroid

    buckeyedroid Well-Known Member
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    i bought a new car that has bluetooth. i followed the instructions
    and it paired up easily with my nexus one. the problem is
    it becomes"unpaired" or loses connection, then 2 minutes later
    re-connects, then loses connection. i am at a point i am just not
    using it now. can anyone steer me in a direction to try to solve
    this. i did see a man on another forum had this issue also, but
    i did not see any fix. PLEASE ADVISE, thanx!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)
     

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  2. what29

    what29 Well-Known Member
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    I use an Eclipse head unit and in order for my N1 to connect i have to disable Wifi. once that happens it works pretty good. I found with Wifi enabled, the songe broke up and got choppy and i would lose connection. it still does not connect EVERY time but does a decent job. My iPhone connected everytime so hopefully this can be fixed, and i never had to disable wifi on the iPhone, but someone said this is just poor radio placement on the N1.
     
  3. buckeyedroid

    buckeyedroid Well-Known Member
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    i don't ever use wi-fi, so that can't be my problem.
    my t-mobile 3g is lighting fast, must be my location
    and the processor.
    bluetooth fix??????????????????????????
     
  4. nsteussy

    nsteussy New Member
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    My nexus S will pair with the Bluetooth in my VW, and connect initially. After 20 minutes it will disconnect. If I manually re-connect at this point, it will stay connected for hours. It is very annoying, as I often get calls after it has disconnected and have to retrieve the phone from my pocket. Would love to find a solution.

    My next experiment is to re-boot the bluetooth module, after I research it enough to know it won't do harm.
     
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