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  • William Shepherd Level 1 (30 points)
    I think we've established that pairing works by the process you've described. Deleting the old pairing was never necessary, at least for me.

    My experience is that pairing takes a lot longer than 15 seconds, even when you know what you are doing. Multiply that by however many times you stop and turn off the car, and it adds up. I for one don't think it's worth bothering with, as my receiver has two other connection methods: a dock connector, and an audio mini-jack.

    Bluetooth Audio is a convenience—look Ma, no wires! When it stops being a convenience, it stops being useful.
  • stonefish55 Level 1 (0 points)
    Strangely enough, I haven't experienced any issues with bluetooth connectivity to my Pioneer DEH-P800BT. My iPhone 3GS software had huge issues in that it constantly dropped out or made callers sound like aliens every time I approached a set of traffic lights, but that all came good with the 4.0 software. The 4.0.1 software has caused me other iphone issues but fortunately, bluetooth isn't one of them - it auto connects and I still am not experiencing any dropout issues.
  • William Shepherd Level 1 (30 points)
    I will merely repeat: this thread is about the persistence of Bluetooth Audio pairing.

    Bluetooth phone was never a problem.
  • stonefish55 Level 1 (0 points)
    And that's exactly what I was referring to - I said that I haven't experienced ANY ISSUES WITH BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY, which would include the persistence of pairing issues.
  • MTinAZ Level 1 (0 points)
    Hi All,

    Another victim of the iOS 4 upgrade. 3GS 32GB worked fine under 3.1.x with my Pioneer FH-P8000BT. Both audio and phone, no issues. Upgrade to iOS 4 has caused same problem many have here. Works when the initial pairing is done, but as soon as you turn it off or go out of range, the phone continues to work, but the BT Audio will simply not re-establish the connection.
    I will post this via Apple Feedback as well and hope that this gets fixes. In the meantime, back to iOS 3.1.x
  • BISHOP527 Level 1 (0 points)
    I am having the same problem, at first I thought it was my pioneer FH-P8000BT deck but after further research i discovered that the deck was fine and it had something to do with the phone's ios4. Bummer I use this feature everyday Apple! This is something that should have been tested before release.. Love my apple products
  • nemeek Level 1 (0 points)
    Hello, does anyone know if Apple has fixed the problem with the A2DP in the new IOS version 4.1 beta 3?

    Please, we need a response from apple
  • diesel vdub Level 7 (21,995 points)
    nemeek wrote:
    Hello, does anyone know if Apple has fixed the problem with the A2DP in the new IOS version 4.1 beta 3?

    Please, we need a response from apple

    This is a user or peer to peer forum, you will NOT get a response from Apple here.

    Also, any developers that may be posting in this forum are bound by a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Apple and cannot discuss what may or may not be included in future software updates.
  • nemeek Level 1 (0 points)
    Correct, but thousands of users I think we deserve an apology, because this bug, like it or not, for users who use A2DP is a serious failure, we have the opportunity to return to 3.1.3, where it worked.
  • dusadus Level 1 (0 points)
    Add another one to the list. New iphone 4, Pioneer head unit, initial connection is fine, but after power down, the hands free will connect, but not the A2DP. Apple feedback sent!

    Let's all hope for a fix!
  • dwshack Level 1 (0 points)
    Me too.. Updated my 3GS to iOS4 and now a2dp is broken (same with my iPhone 4) on audio streaming to my car stereo...tried reseting the Bluetooth connection but still no success...hands free calling works fine, just no audio streaming. I have submitted my feedback to Apple along with the rest of you.
  • Vnvnation13 Level 1 (0 points)
    I have submitted bug to Apples bug report webpage. Its bug 8379027. My friend who works at apple recommended that this was the best way to get it on apples radar. I would encourage others to submit bugs about this issue as well. I want my pandora back on my stereo.
  • KidPub Level 1 (5 points)
    Just updated the 3GS to iOS4.1 hoping it would fix the problem. It doesn't.

  • Cattitude Level 1 (0 points)
    Same here, just updated my iPhone 4 with the new iOS 4.1 and tried it on my FH8000BT, same as before it will connect the first time then will not reconnect after stereo is shut down. Looks Like no fix for a2dp on this issue with 4.1
  • Level 1 (0 points)
    I've been following this thread for awhile, and was very hopeful that 4.1 would fix the problem. I created an account to report that I have an FH-P800BT, and A2DP does not work either. It worked fine prior, anyway - same exact problems others describe.

    Sure, I can plug it into the cable, but that's stupid for my quick work commute. I shouldn't have to. Apple needs to fix the problem. I'm going phone shopping in Nov, and this will play into what I select. I WANT it to be an iPhone 4.
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