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kiwitrc
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  #532674 13-Oct-2011 09:08
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From Phandroid http://phandroid.com/2011/10/12/new-poweramp-beta-brings-ui-improvements-video/

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  #532713 13-Oct-2011 10:19
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For some reason it's not pausing the music when the bluetooth disconnects now. It switches back to the phone speaker and keeps playing.

Some apps stop, some don't. Perplexing.




 
 
 
 


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  #532735 13-Oct-2011 10:49
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stevenz: For some reason it's not pausing the music when the bluetooth disconnects now. It switches back to the phone speaker and keeps playing.

Some apps stop, some don't. Perplexing.


under more, settings, headset, is Pause on headset disconnect ticked?

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  #532827 13-Oct-2011 13:17
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kiwitrc:
stevenz: For some reason it's not pausing the music when the bluetooth disconnects now. It switches back to the phone speaker and keeps playing.

Some apps stop, some don't. Perplexing.


under more, settings, headset, is Pause on headset disconnect ticked?


Sure is. It pauses fine if I have headphones plugged in and remove those, just not if it disconnects bluetooth.

I just ran it through my SoundBugs and watched the screen as I turned them off as it does the same thing. It actually does pause for a couple of seconds and then starts playing again.

If I disable the "resume on headset connect" option, then it behaves correctly. It also resumes correctly when I turn the bluetooth devices back on via the A2DP setting.

So, looks like I'll be leaving that option turned off. Maybe it's a firmware bug?




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  #532829 13-Oct-2011 13:21
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I only use mine with bluetooth, I have the followed ticked, "Pause on headset disconnect, Resume on BT A2DP, Respond to headset button, and Beep " if that helps to test it

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