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  • crankerchick Level 1 Level 1

    Does your radio display the track album and title for streamed music?

  • Coasterby Level 1 Level 1

    Very interesting.  It didn't work for me after the update but I did not delete and repair my phone.  I'll try this later and repost my results.

  • dwest1023 Level 1 Level 1

    No, I don't think my Acura ever showed track and title, using bluetooth. I mostly use usb connection because of better sound quality.

  • crankerchick Level 1 Level 1

    Oh ok. The 2012 TL now shows track information when streaming over bluetooth, except it's broken now since updating to iOS 6. Most of us didn't expect it to be fixed in iOS 6.0.1, but your post gave me hope LOL.

  • bajancwtrfl Level 1 Level 1

    I just updated to iOS 6.0.1 on my iPhone 4S and tried it with my Pioneer AVH-P2400BT and no change.

  • dwest1023 Level 1 Level 1

    After u update make sure you delete your phone, then repair it. I think your issue will be fixed.

  • rustykerr123 Level 1 Level 1

    This does not fix it with the pioneer.  I tried this already, removed the connection on both the head unit and the phone. Just to give it a fresh start.

  • Dr Agonlord Level 1 Level 1

    Pretty much as expected then. Apple have moved forward and **** the consequences to those behind. Let's hope the head unit guys sort things out soon.

  • Dr Agonlord Level 1 Level 1

    I cannot believe that dam,n is on the banned list of words. My post looks like I was really swearing now rather than making a casual statement

  • MORTY02 Level 1 Level 1

    I talked to the guys at the Pioneer Booth here at SEMA, and they said its Apples fault.  With the 30 Pin to Lightning connector, you'll gain back MetaData, Pandora will work, etc., but video won't work.  That's only with the iPhone 5.  iphone4/4s will work.  They also mentioned that a software update will be released for their decks that will fix the Bluetooth streaming.  That will allow all data from songs to show up on your deck. 


    If you're expecting to have video play off of any apple product with a lightning connector, don't hold your breath.  They said its impossible for them to convert the digital signal from the Lightning port out to an analog signal, which is only what the Pioneer decks read.  They basically said we're screwed until the release an iPhone 5 compatible deck that's completely digital.  Make sense?


    Again, this is only for Pioneer peeps.  Could go for other brands too.  Hope this helps?  I know I will be dumping my AVH-P8400BH (that I just bought) very soon!

  • fab_franzel Level 1 Level 1

    I just updated to iOS 6.0.1 on my iPhone 4S and tried it with my Kenwood BT92SD and my Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter - no change.

    The Kenwood still displays no title infos neither you can control it from the iphone.

    Ans Yes - I've deleted the iphone, rebooted head-unit and Iphone - tried all I could think of.


    The Music Playback with the Logitech is still choppy - est. every 2 min a sall silent chop ...


    I'm really disappointed by Apple hushing up the bluetooth issue...

  • TomBa Level 1 Level 1



    But Apple have a Lightning to VGA adapter and VGA is analog RGB, isn't it?

    So it should be possible.

  • MORTY02 Level 1 Level 1

    Yes, but the Decks can't read them.  That's what I was told.  I hope they're wrong, cause I really don't want to replace my deck again.

  • solovr6 Level 1 Level 1

    Same problem for me.

    upgraded to ios6 and my bluetooth audio doesnt work with a 2400bt car deck.

    not only that, now some of my playlists don't show any songs in them

    what is going on with this update.  they are going backwards instead of forwards

  • drewe2000 Level 1 Level 1

    I don't know because I can't test it - but while it's true that the Lightning port produced digital video and not analog video, Apple has released the Lightning to VGA adapter (which they announced awhile ago, when Lightning first came out). VGA is, by definition (I believe), analog. I suspect that the Lightning to VGA adapter connected to any kind of VGA to "whatever adapter your device needs" should work. It may not.


    I wouldn't take Pioneer's simple denial at face value - it's true that their decks won't support digital video out of the Lightning port - but they are purposely not addressing the other details, like the existance of other adapters. That said, it may just not work, period. But Pioneer (and other companies, including Apple) don't give complete or accurate answers if they don't have to. Why would Pioneer admit that they don't follow the specs and it's their fault, if they don't have to? It would improve customer relations, but they are big enough I don't think they care. Like the other stereo headset manufacturers who are "looking into it," "testing," or note that "there is a firmware incompatibility," but purposely avoid saying "our firmware is incompatible because of a flaw we produced." I'll be happy when someone says that officially, but I"m not holding my breath.

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