One plus 6 is not compatible with MMI, Audi's Infotainment
just got a OnePlus 6 and my Bluetooth won't connect to the car
is there a patch to fix this??
I've got a OnePlus 6, no issues here! Connected perfectly.
did a factory reset and still didn't work
OnePlus is replacing my new 6
I am not getting Bluetooth connection to my Skullcandy earphone... what to do?
no problem with my Ford Ecosport
did you do something extra. I doesn't connect ecosport. op5 was fine not 6.
delete all old devices than try
same problem not connecting with my BMW [e]1f614[/e]
I found a temporary workaround for this issue. Disable the voice call option for the Gear S3 in the bluetooth settings in Android. Now the OP6 stays connected and the issue is gone.
@OP: please make sure the OP6 is able to handle multiple BT voice devices with the next update, this is a bug.
Yes i also found out if i jjust tab my Skoda in the bluetooth menu it connects fine. So i miss some kind of perority? Strange it worked with my Samsung s 6.
Got the same problem - with a connected Samsung Gear and my car.
Turned the telephone part/profile OFF on the Gear bluetooth connection - and now the car bluetooth is working every time.
Before that I had the 'No network connection' issue on my car radio.
Also having this issue. 2018 Nissan rogue, one day it works the next day it can't connect. I love this phone but I thought by this iteration the birds would've been all worked out. Bluetooth isn't new tech.
am facing the same problem but after updating to Android 9.
with Android Oreo there is no problem with that
when I connect to my 2018 Jia Sorento, the Bluetooth volume goes to 0, so it plays in the background until I remember to check it. any idea how to make that stop?
Adjust the Bluetooth volume to your liking. Click on the volume keys and select BT volume slider. Change it to what you like.
right, every time. I'd like to stop doing that every time I get in my car.
The setting for BT volume is supposed to stay the same as you last set it. There must be an app you installed that keeps resetting it to zero.
Disable apps, especially apps that have anything to do with volume or BT, until you find the culprit app.
I would suggest to disable half of all apps, and if the problem is not fixed, then disable a half of the other half of all apps.
Keep narrowing it down by disabling a half of remaining suspect apps until you zero on the bad app.
it only happens in my car, not ony Bluetooth headphones.
I'll try that though.
still same with the new firmware, can't connect car audio and smart watch audio at the same time. works ok when smart watch audio is switched off
Connected perfectly to Audi MMI for Audi A3 2017, but when playing through Spotify, audio will stutter/skip after playing for a while every 10 seconds or so. Reconnecting, deleting bluetooth and reconnect do not solve the problem.
I am on latest OOS.
Shot on OnePlus August
by Bouncer71, 2019-08-01