Android :: Make Android Phone Call Audio Go Through A2DP Bluetooth Connection

Nov 3, 2010

I have a sprint anycom bluetooth reciever connected to my car stereo. I think it only supports the A2DP bluetooth profile (no hfp).Right now the music plays through the car stereo just fine but when I get a phone call it does not. Ideally I would like to have the phone call audio go through the stero and use the phone's microphone as if it were on speakerphone. Is this possible?My phone is a g1 running the latest experimental release of cyanogenmod rom.I would love a built in solution but I think the ability to do that is so non standard it wouldn't exist. An existing marketplace app with the ability would be great, too. I have not done any android development but I am a java developer, so a pointer on how to do it programmatically (or that it is not possible) would be great, too.

Android :: Make Android Phone Call Audio go through A2DP Bluetooth Connection


Android :: How To Initiate Bluetooth HFP / A2DP Connection To Headset?

Aug 13, 2010

In my understand, Anroid app supports only SPP connection not HFP and A2DP. However, I want to initiate HFP and A2DP connection in Android app just like selecting Bluetooth device in Bluetooth Settings menu. I'm not sure it is possible to use a intent including BluetothDevice object, so the intent receiver can initiate HFP and A2DP connection. If you have a idea, could you let me know that?

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General :: Startup Delay In A2DP Bluetooth Audio

Feb 19, 2012

I use a BT A2DP headset with route planners Sygic and Navigon running on a HTC Flyer tablet with Android HC. With every spoken instruction the first 2~3 seconds are lost because of some delay when audio is started. I know for sure that this delay is not in the headset.

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Motorola Droid :: A2DP Audio Cellular Phone In Car?

Jul 9, 2010

I currently just use Aux-In for my car stereo which works fine, but I came across this on Amazon Amazon.com: Clarion BLT370 Bluetooth Audio/Cellular Phone and it seems like it could be very handy. Anyone use one of these with any luck?

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General :: Using Bluetooth Connection And Headset Audio Output At Same Time?

Sep 6, 2012

I know this might be a silly question and probably not usefull to many but i am trying to connect audio out via bluetooth and out the headset jack at the same time

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Android :: What Is Bluetooth A2DP Profile

Oct 8, 2010

I am completely new to bluetooth app development. what exactly is a bluetooth profile? is it a hardware specification for the device? can an android mobile phone with bluetooth act as sender and receiver in A2DP profile?

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Android :: Bluetooth A2DP/AVRCP Profiles

Feb 25, 2010

I would like to develop a software using Bluetooth A2DP/AVRCP profiles on Android. I could not find the related API on the developer's website at this moment. But, I found a product by Sybase below. http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1064424 Do we have any other option?

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Android :: Detecting Bluetooth A2DP Disconnection

Nov 12, 2010

Anyone know how I can detect when the Bluetooth audio is disconnected?I want to be able to pause the currently playing audio when it's disconnected,similar to how I do for the ACTION_HEADSET_PLUG intent,but can't figure out how to do it for a Bluetooth device.Any ideas?

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General :: Android As A2DP Bluetooth Receiver?

Sep 11, 2010

I know its possible to send audio from an Android phone via bluetooth to a PC using the a2dp profile. But I want to do it the other way. Connect the phone to my amplifier and send audio via bluetooth a2dp from my laptop.

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Android :: How To Detect When Bluetooth A2DP Headset Connected?

Oct 23, 2009

I didn't find an API to detect if a Bluetooth A2DP is connected. Can somebody point me out how to check? It looks like if I route audio to Bluetooth A2DP without check, the sound will be routed anyway, and the speaker is turned off.

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HTC Incredible :: Way To Disable A2DP Streaming Audio

May 21, 2010

is there a way to disable A2DP streaming audio on the HTC INC? Obviously, I would prefer to play my music thru my car stereo via AUX cable, rather then streaming via my bluetooth speaker.I already spoke with tech support for my new BlueAnt S4 and they said there is no way to disable it via the speakerphone. Hopefully, there is a way to block it on the phone directly.

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Android :: Bluetooth.a2dp.intent.­action.SINK STATE CHANGED

Jan 10, 2010

im currently looking for the way that my app knows when the phone has being paired and connected to a bluetooth headset device.

I read something about this intent, but not on the Reference documentation of http://developer.android.com

android.bluetooth.a2dp.intent.action.SINK_STATE_CHANGED

Is this actually working, is it officially supported.

I mean, can we just register a broadcastreceiver to handle this intent , check for the EXTRA_STATE string extra to see if it equals STATE_CONNECTED and be sure that the phone is now connected with a bluetooth headset device ?

What about this BluetoothA2dpService class? There is no official documentation about this, everything i found i from code snippets of the android OS source code.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Bluetooth A2DP

Jun 1, 2010

It looks like A2DP Stereo Bluetooth support is a recent addition.

Would you folks that know about it expect this to work in the Evo?

I've tried pairing with my Jabra BT620s headphones, with no luck. One time I got the remote control to pause & un-pause the song, but I've never gotten the audio redirected, nor the volume control to work.

Shoud this be in 2.1? Froyo?

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Samsung Epic 4G :: Audio Not Streaming To BT Headset / How To Enable A2DP?

Aug 31, 2010

I just started Pandora up on my shiny new Epic but the audio does not stream to my BT headset by default apparently and I cannot figure out how to make it so. I have the new Blueant Q2 and have been streaming music on my Palm Pre prior to today.

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Motorola Droid :: Make Call With Bluetooth - Screen Off

Sep 15, 2010

I've been using bluetooth lately to connect to my car and talk while driving. When I'm finished talking, and the other person hangs up, I can't turn my screen back on. Bluetooth must still be connected because my car radio won't come back on, almost like the phone call is still going on. Only way to get my screen back on is to take the battery out.

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Motorola Droid :: A2DP Bluetooth

Dec 23, 2009

My 'droid will not connect to my Garmin 785T with the A2DP profile, sound for phone speaker phone works fine tho. Garmin won't do anything, I've already talked to them, are there any adjustments or setting on the droid that I can try to make this work, I'd really like to get Pandora or other audio going thru it.

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HTC Incredible : Bluetooth/A2DP Profile On The DI

Apr 28, 2010

Does anyone know if the DI has/uses the A2DP Bluetooth profile? I'm looking for a good Bluetooth stereo earbud set and most say they use A2DP. I checked all the literature on the DI that I could find and don't see A2DP listed anywhere. I searched the forums and found some info regarding the Hero and Motorola Droid, but nothing on the DI. I did read where the Hero with Sense UI had some issues with 3rd party apps and A2DP, but that the native Sense UI music app worked fine. Can someone enlighten me on A2DP and the DI please?

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General :: Bluetooth Hack In Car Without A2DP

Jan 15, 2013

I've tried about a dozen "mono" apps and have found nothing that will do what I want. I have also tried the Droid Incredible and my current phone the GS3. I have a 2011 BMW and for some reason they didn't include a2dp in their stereo system. Nothing I do will force the stereo to play music or notifications, or read out lout texts through the car speakers. The only thing that will go through is phone calls.

I've accidentally discovered something interesting. If I am on a call through Bluetooth in the car and navigating at the same time, the navigation voice will come through the cars speakers as well.So what I need is something to trick the car into thinking my phone is on a call, thus triggering the Bluetooth to transmit phone sounds through the speakers, this way I can use a text message reader, music, whatever.

So the app/hack would need to emulate whatever the phone does with Bluetooth signals when it starts a call. All sounds the phone makes should go to Bluetooth.....which it seems like its already doing while on a call.

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LG Ally :: Bluetooth - Connecting Media Audio - Can Hear Music Videos Youtube Visual VM But Not People When Call

Sep 14, 2010

I have an LG ally and I connect my bluetooth. It's connecting to media audio and I can hear music videos, you tube and my visual VM but not the people I call.

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HTC Hero :: Can Not Listen Music Through Bluetooth - But Can Make - Receive Call

May 17, 2010

Can not Listen "music" through Bluetooth in Htc Hero but can make/receive call... Also all buttons works fine in headset like pause, next, back ..

Tried Nokia, & Sony's all most Many Bluetooth headset ...& i really/badly need Bluetooth headset to work ..

i have tried using Nokia Bluetooth stereo headset BH-214, Nokia BH-503 Bluetooth Stereo, Jabra BT3030 & MOTOROKR S305 & such as from Sony. but its just not working...

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Media :: Bluetooth A2DP Auto Connect

Jan 26, 2010

I have a Bluetooth recevier connected to the head unit in my car. It's paired with my Droid and connects just fine manually, but it won't autoconnect when it sees the unit. My BT headset autoconnects, so I'm not really sure what's different.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Bluetooth A2DP Errors / Dropping Connections

Jun 14, 2010

Anyone having issues of their bluetooth a2dp headphones dropping connections sporadically?I heard somewhere that WIFI might be the issue.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Bluetooth A2DP Sound Quality Errors

Jul 18, 2010

So far I love my EVO, but one thing that is really driving me crazy. With my Blackberry I had grown accustomed to streaming my music from my phone to a bluetooth stereo gateway in my car and my home.My BB sounded GREAT doing this.But the EVO has a really grungy crackling sound, especially when there is loud high frequency content, such as a lot of cymbals, etc. Some songs sound better than others depending on how they were recorded, but by in large it's very annoying.Even my wife, who is nowhere nearly as picky as I am about sound quality complains about it.I've tried to put up with it, but usually I resort to plugging directly into the aux jack.What a letdown for such an otherwise advanced phone!Is anyone else experiencing this?The research I've done so far indicates the the problem is that Android is locked at a relatively low "bitpool" setting, which is ok for voice, but doesn't provide the necessary bandwidth for decent music quality.Thus far I haven't found way to adjust this.Does anyone know of a solution, or if there is a solution coming? Will this be addressed in Froyo?It just sucks to have to plug my phone in again just to get decent sound quality.

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HTC Hero : Disable A2DP Bluetooth Profile

Apr 4, 2010

Is there any way that I can disable the A2DP Bluetooth profile on my Hero please? I do not want it to be used for one particular connection, my Bury car kit, but do not mind if it is off all the time. I used to be able to do this in WM with a little app called BTMusic - does anybody know of an equivalent in Android please? I have searched the market without success.

I know I can long press on the connection and tell it not to stream media, which switches off A2DP, but I can't make that stick. Next time they pair it is back on again and I then have to go in and manually switch it off again. A pain when all I want to do is get my sat nav speaking to me when I sit in the car!

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General :: How To Use Galaxy S3 As A2DP Bluetooth Receiver

Jun 12, 2013

I have a bluetooth audio A2DP streamer (a BTT005) which I am using to send bluetooth audio from my telly to something.

The original idea was to transmit this to my mobile phone (samsung galaxy S3), and use the normal headphones on the phone to listen to the telly quietly while I'm working late at night.

For some reason, I can't see any way to pair the a2dp transmitter with the galaxy s3.

There seems to be plenty about sending an audio stream out FROM the S3 to a receiver, but no info about configuring the phone to receive an audio stream IN to it.

(Obviously the other answer is to buy a bluetooth headset to receive the audio stream, but I thought it would be cool to use my phone as the headphones).

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Media :: A2DP Bluetooth Stereo Stutter / Possible Solution

Jan 9, 2010

I have been experiencing some frustrating audio stuttering or skipping while using A2DP Bluetooth stereo. After a lot of web searching and experimentation, I seem to have found a solution and thought I would pass it along just in case it may be of help to others.First, the problem. I am using a Sprint Samsung Moment Android v 1.5 phone and an Altec-Lansing/Plantronics Backbeat 903 bluetooth stereo headset. This combination has generally been working great so long as I am indoors or in my car. Oddly, though, as soon as I start moving around, especially outdoors -- and especially in a downtown area -- I would begin to get persistent drop outs, stuttering, skipping, etc.Research on a number of websites suggested two potential general sources for problem:

1. A2DP uses most or all of the bluetooth bandwidth and a fair amount of processor; this can create a problem of insufficient bandwidth and/or system resources. A number of sites and posts suggest various approaches based on this notion, most of which involve turning off or shutting down as many resources as possible including wifi, gps, unnecessary applications, or even restarting the phone to clear out such processes. I already do most of this just to try to keep my battery alive through the entire day. But there was one item I had not turned off and it seems to be making a significant difference: Wifi notification. (Menu --> Settings --> Wireless controls ==> Wi-Fi Settings --> Network Notification.)I have run across several theories as to why this would work. Some suggest that when you are walking outdoors (especially in an urban area), the wifi notification function encounters (moves in and out of) a lot more wifi networks and that the stuttering occurs when it is sampling or processing each of these new networks. In any event, turning this feature off seems to have made a significant difference. This seems to make a difference even if you already keep wifi turned off.

2. The other line of potential causes could be a problem with signal strength. One post suggested that bluetooth signals are stronger (or are reflected back) indoors or in a car -- but simply dissipate when you are outdoors. The suggested fix for this (as odd as it may seem) is to simply move your phone to the other side of your body. The purpose here is to avoid the bluetooth signal having to travel through your body. It turns out that Altec-Lansing actually makes this same recommendation on their support page. To my surprise, this also seems to work. The bluetooth receiver on the Backbeat headset is apparently on the left side. Being right handed, I have always preferred to carry my phone on the right. But moving the phone to my left side helped to dramatically reduce the stutters and drop outs I was experiencing with the headset.

These two steps have really helped to solve this problem for me. Using my bluetooth stereo headphones has become a real joy instead of an ongoing source of frustration. I hope this experience can be helpful to others.

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Sprint HTC Hero :: Will It Ever Support A2DP Bluetooth Profile

Oct 19, 2009

Is this a hard or soft limitation?Will the new roms support all bluetooth profiles?Also, is there any way to pipe my music to my Jawbone 2?I know my previous 8525 winmo I had to load a app to pipe sounds to the headset.

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Samsung Captivate :: Last A2DP On Bluetooth After (leaked) Froyo Update

Nov 28, 2010

One thing that I really like about the phone is the ability to play music from my phone to my car stereo via Bluetooth because it has the A2DP. No wires and I can control the music ON the deck itself instead of the phone. I've updated the phone with the leaked froyo about 2 days after it was leaked. I noticed that I couldn't play music from my phone to my car stereo anymore via bluetooth. I am able to take calls fine via bluetooth while I am driving, it just won't play any music.

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Android :: Phone Call Audio Stream Via Wlan

Mar 22, 2010

I am planning on developing my specific voip app for android.when a phone call occurs I want to hear the person who's calling on my local pc speakers and I want to speak to him via my own pc microphone / headset. So I need to send the audio stream of both me and the person I am talking to via the wlan network.

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Android :: Is It Normal To Play An Audio During Phone Call?

Mar 15, 2009

When you pick up the call and switch the screen to MediaPlayer to play an audio, it is able to be heard from handset (receiver). Thus, you can hear the far-end voice and your local music at the same time. Is it a normal behavior? Android seems not to have the mechanism to let Mediaplayer to remember its status (to keep music pause or mute?) in the phone call. Or this is a normal design for notification sounds, such as a call- waiting sound? Is it possible to have an secondary gain feature like windows mobile in the future?

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