05-22-2009 03:27 AM
I know there is! When I first loaded several radio devices, they played through the Bluetooth. Then, after a few uses, it doesn't happen any more. After many attempts, I was able to load a third radio program, and again, it played right in my ear through the Bluetooth. Then, Poof! it's gone again.
Is this a problem of the Blackberry, the Bluetooth, or the radio application?
Because I've had so many problems with my phone, I am curious if it's some application that I need to install/re-install on my phone.
It just makes sense to play my music in my ear, where I alone have to hear it, rather than through the speakers where others may be bothered.
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05-22-2009 08:12 AM
05-23-2009 12:59 PM
Exactly..... that's what I had. Now, there is no prompt for, 'Play through Bluetooth', or some similar item.
When I first used audio, I didn't even THINK of using the bluetooth. It just came on! Yeah. I didn't ask for it, but enjoyed it. I did not turn it off, down, or anything of the sort.
Please keep in mind, I've gone through four different phones from March 20 to May 2! I loaded the apps on phone 1, and voila! Sound through Bluetooth. Phone 2 never gave the option. Phone 3 (an 8120) worked at first. Now, phone 4 worked, but no longer. In fact, the menu on one of my apps (Pandora) even seems shorter now than when I first used this on this phone - I'm sure it wasn't different on any of the other phones, since I couldn't get Pandora to work before (A big part of why the phones were being returned)
Could it be because of a new OS? Is there something on the Desktop Manager I could use to help me out?
06-08-2009 09:47 PM
I got an answer from the support team at Pandora:
By default, Bluetooth is disabled in the Pandora app. Here is how to
enable Bluetooth support:
* From the "Station List" screen press the "BlackBerry" key on you phone.
* Select "Options" from the menu that comes up.
* Set Bluetooth to "Enabled".
Once enabled, Pandora will attempt to use any connected Bluetooth
device, preferably an A2DP device.
If you add or remove a Bluetooth headset while music is playing in
Pandora, you may need to pause/play the song for the correct audio
routing to kick in (or wait for the next song to start).
I followed these instructions, and VOILA! I have people singing into my ear.