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Blutooth loses ability to connect to paired device and has to re-pair

bluetooth android car steroes

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I have a stereo in my car that I connect to via Bluetooth. It is a pioneer DEH-6400BT. I have a Galaxy S4 model: l720. I know a fix for it is to delete the device and re-pair it but I was wondering what exactly might be happening that causes this. I was just thinking to myself today and this popped into my head. I am quite the curious fellow and really wanted a reason this might happen for most devices, not necessarily mine. I hope someone is knowledgeable enough that knows why this might happen with devices. I know this is a very vague questions but I was hoping their might be a list of things that could go wrong.

Thank you for listening to my question,

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Hi Jason, welcome to Geeks to Go! :D


I'm not sure if it's the answer you're looking for, but earlier version Bluetooth just weren't very stable. I think they finally got it right in version 4.0. I'm guessing your car radio is likely Bluetooth 3.0. Looks like there is a firmware update available, but they don't offer much in the way of a changelog: http://www.pioneer.e...ml#download_310

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