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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 2015-11-16, 07:52 PM Thread Starter
 
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Issue with Bluetooth wireless speaker

I have a Jam Classic wireless bluetooth speaker. I have it paired to my cell phone and it has been working fine up until a week ago.

Now when I try to stream music from an App on my phone, it will play maybe 2 or 3 songs and then stop working. The battery is fully charged and that isn't the issue. Also, when I check my phone after it stops, there is no sound from my phone either, but the music is still being played by the App.

I thought it was the App at first, but I have tried using 3 different music Apps and it happened using all 3.

Anyone know what might be causing the music to stop after a couple songs?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 2015-11-16, 08:05 PM
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Does the music stop when playing headphones or the phone by itself?

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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 2015-11-17, 12:52 PM
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And also, does the sound quit when the phone goes into standby or a low power state, such as blanking the screen etc.?

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Hugh, I used to encounter this with older iphones (iphones 4-4s-5). To put it simply, cycle your phone power. If you have an iPhone, the best approach is to reset NETWORK SETTINGS. This will erase your Wi-Fi passwords and unpair all Bluetooth devices but your cell connection will come back a lot healthier. I used to do this every 2-3 months to regain access to BT headsets and Jambox speakers.

Today's electronics are packed quite tightly and highly integrated with power management software onboard the phone and it doesn't take much to bug things down.

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