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Can't seem to get off the resume / day night screen
#1
I have open auto pro on pi4 , hotspot 5mhz on Samsung S9 + phone , BT is connected to pi. I press the resume icon and nothing happens. Plz see images, thanks for any help..


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#2
Hello, please provide details from this thread https://bluewavestudio.io/community/show...p?tid=1385

Also please try to reproduce the issue and provide log file located at /home/pi/.openauto/cache/openauto.log (please do not quit OpenAuto Pro application before you grab the log file).
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#3
(04-07-2021, 08:46 PM)BlueWave Wrote: Hello, please provide details from this thread https://bluewavestudio.io/community/show...p?tid=1385

Also please try to reproduce the issue and provide log file located at /home/pi/.openauto/cache/openauto.log (please do not quit OpenAuto Pro application before you grab the log file).

ystem requirements:
a. What is the version of your RPI? 4 2gb
b. Power supply details raspberry 5.1 v 3000ma
c. Model of external sound card ugreen
d. Do you have microphone input? no
e. Details of your Bluetooth dongle. csr 4.0
f. Touchscreen model Raspberry Pi Official 7 Inch Touch Screen

2. Android Auto:
a. Which version of Android Auto have you installed on your phone?  6.2.610914
b. Model of your phone. Samsumg S9 +

3. Steps to reproduce your issue

Connected phone via bluetooth , setup the hotspot on openauto to 5 mhz , set phone to connect to that hotspot. As you see in the photos it is connected but when I pick resume icon nothing happens.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QOIDRMW...sp=sharing

File is to big for website so gave a drive link.
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#4
According to logs, your Bluetooth dongle gets disconnected once you connect your phone to the USB. Due that, Android Auto receives empty Bluetooth address (as there is no Bluetooth device detected).

Quote:[OpenAuto] [BluetoothService] sending local adapter adress:

That issue might be caused by insufficient/broken power supply.
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#5
(04-09-2021, 07:45 AM)BlueWave Wrote: According to logs, your Bluetooth dongle gets disconnected once you connect your phone to the USB. Due that, Android Auto receives empty Bluetooth address (as there is no Bluetooth device detected).

Quote:[OpenAuto] [BluetoothService] sending local adapter adress:

That issue might be caused by insufficient/broken power supply.

So your saying power, Power to the pi or phone ?    What process should I be doing as for the correct setup?
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#6
Try to use another power supply or powered USB hub.
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