For the last couple of months, Bluetooth audio in my Tesla Model S won’t stay paused. I don’t know if it’s caused by the iOS 10 update, or a Tesla firmware update, or a combination of both. I currently have iOS 10.1.1 (14B150) and Tesla firmware 8.0 (2.44.130). I like to listen to podcasts while driving. I use an app on my iPhone called Overcast. When I get to my destination I pause the playback before I leave the car. So far so good. The problem is that it won’t stay paused. If I open the back of the car to get shopping out, the audio starts playing again. If I go into the garage to get something and accidentally walk too close to the car, the audio starts playing again. Coupled with the fact half the time Bluetooth audio in the Model S plays silently until you flip to radio and then back to Bluetooth, often I don’t even realize that it’s started playing again by itself. I only find out the next day when I get in the car to drive to work, and I want to resume listening to the podcast, and I find it’s ended, and then I have to hunt to try to find where I left off listening yesterday. Some days, by the time I have found the right place I’m already at work. So I park the car, and leave, and often the podcast resumes playing again by itself, and when I get in the car to go home after work the whole process repeats all over again. It’s getting really annoying. I tried getting in the habit of force-quitting the Overcast app whenever I leave the car, but even that doesn't seem to help. Somehow Bluetooth manages to relaunch the Overcast app and resume playing the podcast that I wanted to remain paused. Has anyone else suffered this problem? Any suggestions for solutions or workarounds?