Sorry, I was being too fast. It only works if I initiate the connection
from the phone. When the handsfree device connects automatically, the
problem persists as described.
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A2DP skips when conneted to handsfree device
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When I connect my Aquaris E4.5 to my car's handsfree device (Funkwerk
Ego Flash) via Bluetooth I experience a skipping problem when playing
sound files through A2DP.
Half a second for each second there is a pause. The rest of that half
second seems to clear a buffer which results in "extra fast" audio.
To illustrate, listening to a podcast I would expect to hear something
like "bla bla bla". However, what I do get to hear sounds more like
"flapflapflap - pause - flapflapflap - pause - ...".
When I connect my Aquaris to my A2DP speakers at home, the audio is
Also, handsfree telephony in my car works like a charm.
So I guess it's just the combination of A2DP while connected to the
handsfree device which causes the trouble.
In the past I've used several phones with the Funkwerk device (always
with handsfree *and* A2DP functionality) including an N900 running
Maemo. There have never been any problems with those.
OS build number 21
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