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Hey there! 

A possible solution to anyone's problem with Bluetooth drop outs might be to go into your settings in the phone and reset the Bluetooth/Wifi options and reset the Bluetooth settings, I'm not saying it's a 110% effective solution but if you haven't tried it yet it wouldn't hurt to try it you just have to re-pair any Bluetooth devices 

I do hope it helps though if not sorry that's all I can think to try.

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On 12/15/2019 at 2:15 AM, PickleRick64 said:

Hey there! 

A possible solution to anyone's problem with Bluetooth drop outs might be to go into your settings in the phone and reset the Bluetooth/Wifi options and reset the Bluetooth settings, I'm not saying it's a 110% effective solution but if you haven't tried it yet it wouldn't hurt to try it you just have to re-pair any Bluetooth devices 

I do hope it helps though if not sorry that's all I can think to try.

Thanks for your suggestion but I have already tried. Furthermore I tried factory settings also. 

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Enabled AVRCP 1.3 and worked. But when you stop the car the Bluetooth again starts to connect and disconnect constantly.

only helps deleting cache and app memory, but only until you stop the car player.

running android 9 on a Motorola motog6+ and a royota rav4 2019. Was running perfect with, seat leon 2017, Mercedes Benz v220d 2017, vw caddy 2008 with a  Chinese 8" screen audio system....

unninstalled Poweramp and switched to mediamonkey...a shame....

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10 hours ago, Ksink said:

Enabled AVRCP 1.3 and worked. But when you stop the car the Bluetooth again starts to connect and disconnect constantly.

only helps deleting cache and app memory, but only until you stop the car player.

running android 9 on a Motorola motog6+ and a royota rav4 2019. Was running perfect with, seat leon 2017, Mercedes Benz v220d 2017, vw caddy 2008 with a  Chinese 8" screen audio system....

unninstalled Poweramp and switched to mediamonkey...a shame....

 What do you mean here? If you turn the ignition off then BT should not be connecting/connected at all as there's no power to it. And any connecting/disconnecting is to do with your phone and/or the BT device you have in your car. PA and other 'apps' just use the BT connection as negotiated between the phone and car stereo.

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+1 here... Bluetooth works fine with every app, but Poweramp. It simple turn off the headset and I'm forced to go to app settings and clean data and cache (the same as reinstalling the app). It's annoying... It's always happens and happens only with Poweramp...

 

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@Undeon Disable (in Poweramp Settings / Audio / Direct Volume Control / No DVC for Bluetooth Absolute Volume). This option works fine for all devices on stock ROMs, but for modified ROMs (specifically, modified Bluetooth app as bluetooth stack is a separate app on Android) it may cause issues as you're describing.

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24 minutes ago, maxmp said:

@Undeon Disable (in Poweramp Settings / Audio / Direct Volume Control / No DVC for Bluetooth Absolute Volume). This option works fine for all devices on stock ROMs, but for modified ROMs (specifically, modified Bluetooth app as bluetooth stack is a separate app on Android) it may cause issues as you're describing.

I have stock rom (Xiaomi MI A3) and your solution is not solve the problem. 

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Hi,

I have the same bluetooth-problem with fairphone 3 and Tesla Model 3. All the solutions in this forum did not solve the problem.

When I deinstall Poweramp the problem is gone. But I still want to use Poweramp.

Any ideas?

 

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@Ahmet Burak  then it's not directly related to Poweramp. I would advise unpairing your BT device from phone and pairing it again, especially if Android has updated recently on the phone. Thanks!

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Hi Ahmet,

thanks for your reply.

I do not get it. Every other music-app is working perfectly with the car. The moment I install Poweramp the connection breaks down - the phone is unable to connect with the car. After I uninstall Poweramp everthing works fine again.

I checked every possible solution in this forum and other websides - nothing worked.

I really like your app but I do not understand your answer "then it's not directly related to Poweramp". That is one very easy way out ... but this way do not support your customers!

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54 minutes ago, Mikl said:

Hi Ahmet,

thanks for your reply.

I do not get it. Every other music-app is working perfectly with the car. The moment I install Poweramp the connection breaks down - the phone is unable to connect with the car. After I uninstall Poweramp everthing works fine again.

I checked every possible solution in this forum and other websides - nothing worked.

I really like your app but I do not understand your answer "then it's not directly related to Poweramp". That is one very easy way out ... but this way do not support your customers!

You are absolutely right. We have paid in order to use this application but we cannot. 

Anyways I have changed to another application to play music. There is no problem with the new one. 

 

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@Mikl @Ahmet Burak -- So do you both seem to have the same problem - that the very fact of installing Poweramp at all (but not even running it) breaks your general Bluetooth connection for alll apps/devices?

Andre

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I have the same issue with Sync 3 and Poweramp.  The issue has been driving me bonkers!  I have tried many things to resolve, but no luck.  I will try changing the BT AVRCP version to 1.3.

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