Is iOS 6 jail broken yet? A quick peak at red snow and green poison doesn't show any thing promising.
Was gonna say that its weird but then I realized that I only use it with my car and the car turns off before I get out of range usually. Tho the few times I left it on it reconnected just fine. A2DP generally has issues and is very device dependent. I had a ton of issues reconnecting the MacBook to my Plantronics BT headphones but have no problem with the LGs. On the flip side the former worked absolutely perfectly with my Windows box...What is it with Apple and Bluetooth?
I paired my iPad to to my Logitech Bluetooth adapter that is hooked up to my stereo. Everything went well. The iPad gets taken out of range (with Bluetooth still on) and now the only way to reconnect is to forget the Logitech adapter and pair it again.
I thought maybe you would need to turn Bluetooth off before going out of range, then once you were back in range you would turn Bluetooth on and everything would be great. Nope.
Am I doing something wrong here that I'm not picking up on? This is my first iOS device so I'm hoping this is just a rookie move and there's an easy fix..
From Apple's own support page:
:lol: So true.
edit: It seems that if the device I'm trying to connect to is completely turned off, then turned back on then the iPad will connect to it. That's logical.. :?
I'm not climbing behind my cabinet to unplug then plug back in the audio adapter every time I want to stream something from the iPad. Screw that.
My power button is now completely stuck, I hope the phone is still under warrant (as far as I remember I got it in March or April, but I believe it was a Taiwanese or Hong Kongese grey import... Hopefully the original purchasing dates aren't too off.
DND doesn't disable the alarm, does it?
Only place I use bluetooth is in the car and I have no problem with not being able to reconnect. Could be because the car throws an error and asks me to press a button to reconnect if it ever drops out of range. Which it doesn't unless I start the car to warm it up and actually leave it.
I left for work once, couldn't remember grabbing my phone as I went out, but figured it had to be somewhere on me since the car went *ding* and paired. Then as I drove away from the parking lot it dropped off. Turns out it was in my bedroom. Good range. :lol: