Current version of the OpenAuto Pro is 6.1
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[SOLVED] Audio cuts out
#1
Hi
If play via A2DP and OA is closed the playback is perfect (Using PI built in Bluetooth). If I play via A2DP when OA is running the audio cuts in and out once a second or so. Any ideas what could be causing this ?

Regards
Jman
#2
The best way would be to check with external Bluetooth Dongle (not based on Broadcom chip). OpenAuto Pro uses also bluetooth resources for HFP and tetheering which Broadcom chip is not able to handle properly for some phones.
#3
(07-04-2019, 09:07 AM)BlueWave Wrote: The best way would be to check with external Bluetooth Dongle (not based on Broadcom chip). OpenAuto Pro uses also bluetooth resources for HFP and tetheering which Broadcom chip is not able to handle properly for some phones.
Ok is this because the PI has bad Bluetooth its a PI3+. What Bluetooth dongle do you recommend ?

Thanks for the help
#4
Get regular BT 4.0 dongle based on different chip that Broadcom.
#5
(07-04-2019, 09:11 AM)Jman Wrote:
(07-04-2019, 09:07 AM)BlueWave Wrote: The best way would be to check with external Bluetooth Dongle (not based on Broadcom chip). OpenAuto Pro uses also bluetooth resources for HFP and tetheering which Broadcom chip is not able to handle properly for some phones.
Ok is this because the PI has bad Bluetooth its a PI3+. What Bluetooth dongle do you recommend ?

Thanks for the help

Several people are using the Panda 4.0 adapter with good success.  Have a look at my parts list in my signature, it’s an Amazon shopping list. On there you will find the Panda BT dongle.
Thanks, Frank
Carputer Detail   Parts List
2004 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71 w/ Bose & Onstar
#6
Hi

Success used a new USB dongle with a CSR chipset and success

Thanks for the help

Regards
Jman
#7
(07-05-2019, 07:29 AM)Jman Wrote: Hi

Success used a new USB dongle with a CSR chipset and success

Thanks for the help

Regards
Jman

Awesome!  Enjoy  Cool
Thanks, Frank
Carputer Detail   Parts List
2004 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71 w/ Bose & Onstar
#8
You can turn off "discoverable" in your on-board bluetooth settings to stop the skipping, but it won't improve the tethering and phone functions.


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