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Bluetooth issues

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by 0exhausts, Jul 12, 2016.

  1. 0exhausts

    0exhausts Member

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    Anyone have a new issue with losing bluetooth connectivity after a phone call?
     
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  2. eyespii

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    I've been having intermittent bluetooth issues on my MS running 2.20.30 on my iPhone 6s Plus. Audio becomes super choppy and unintelligible. No idea why.
     
  3. markn455

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    YES! After, during, before. Very unpredictable.
     
  4. BertL

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    I'm personally not having any issues with my iPhone 6 running iOS 9.3.2, with MS 2.20.30.

    In previous car forums I participated in, many intermittent problems for iPhone and Android were resolved by completely un-pairing the phone from the vehicle, then re-pairing it. It's important to also then completely delete the phone on the vehicle if it's still there (but just not paired), and in reverse -- the vehicle on the phone. At that point, if I were you, I'd try rebooting my CID and my phone, then re-pair them together as if it were a new setup. If the situation then persists, I'd suggest keeping a log of when the failures occur and email Tesla Service with your VIN and those date/times so it can be investigated in your logs. Good luck.
     
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  5. markn455

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    I did this and it seems to have improved. However, in addition to this on my Android I did what they call Clear Cache Partition. I don't know if that was a contributing factor or not. Personally I believe your process is the one that provided the desired result. Thanks!
     
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  6. iffatall

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    Just to add a data point:

    I have never had any issues with Bluetooth on my MS since I got my car in Dec 2013. I have only uses Android smartphones. As long as the Bluetooth radio on my phone is on, the car connects as soon as I get in. This was a surprise for me, because over the past decade, I had come to think of Bluetooth as a protocol that was generally flaky, based on experiences across several devices like laptops, headphones, dumb phones, mice etc.

    I have never had any issues with calendar showing on the center console either. As long as Bluetooth is connected.
     

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