I am seeing an issue with Bluetooth audio quality on a Droid Maxx phone. I have it paired to Innovation Technology Sound bar. I am running the latest Kit-Kat android OS. When you have wifi and Bluetooth both on you get the audio choppy sounds.
When Wifi is turned off it plays crystal clear. I would love a fix or release soon going out for this. Something I found is that there both running on 2. If I got the the advanced wifi settings and go from auto to 5 ghz the sound is clear but then my wifi connection drops because its not connected to wifi.
Something needs done between having wifi and Bluetooth with 2. You could try changing the WiFi router to a different 2. People should use either channel 1, 6or 11 because WiFi actually spans about 5 channels, so this makes sure that switching to a different channel avoids interference from other routers. If you are already on 6, try 1 or United States. I have this issue as well Post KK update wifi and BT do not play well with each other.
This is a software issue plain and simple. I agree with you eaccents and rereading my post "proper solution" was a poor use of words I have found no real good workarounds for this issue. I have unlimited data so when I want to use BT at home I disable wifi and when I get in my car and attach to my BT car stereo I use the Trigger app to disable wifi so that when passing open wifi signals it does not affect the BT quality.How to Fix Sound Lag and Stuttering/Crackling Audio on Windows 10/8/7 [2020 Working]
Specs Droid Maxx android 4. I'm not sure if it will help, but it won't hurt to try. Re: Bluetooth audio choppy on Droid MaxxPM As fellow users, the best we can do to help each other is to provide workarounds.XDA Developers was founded by developers, for developers. It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality.
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When you try to play media stream the sound is very choppy and stuttering. I tried to use my helmet with many other devices and it works good. I tried to use S7 with other BT speakers or audio receivers and it also works good! The helmet offers both headset service for phone calls and the A2DP service for music streaming.
The problem is there when both the services are in use at the same time if the headset service is started first. Since headset is faster to connect than A2DP this is always the case. If I disconnect the BT and activate manually the services in the opposite order first A2DP and then Headset everything start to work fine.
Since the S4 works good without problem I think this is a problem with S7 or Android 6. I hope this will help someone else with my same problem and I hope to have some feedback of your experiences with BT peripherals that use both the services usually it should be the case with car hi-fi. I would be happy to report this issue to.
Thanks Meter : 7.If pressing the Connect button in action center doesn't find your device, try the following:. Make sure your device drivers are up to date and the latest firmware is installed for your wireless display or adapter see the support info on the manufacturer's website for instructions or search Microsoft Store for your manufacturer's app to help you.
If pressing the Connect button in action center doesn't find your device, here are some things to try:. Check action center to see if your Windows device supports Bluetooth. Make sure it's turned on. Make sure that the Bluetooth-enabled audio device is on and discoverable. How you do this varies with devices, so check the info that came with your device or go to the manufacturers website. Make sure your Windows device supports WiGig and is turned on.
Make sure your Windows device supports Miracast by checking the info that came with it or by going to the manufacturer's website. Make sure the PC you want to project to supports Miracast, is turned on, and is plugged in. To check if it supports Miracast, open the Connect app. Here's how: Go to Startenter type Connectand then select Connect from the list of results.
The app will let you know if it doesn't. Skip to main content. Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. Make sure the display you want to project to supports Miracast and that it's turned on. If it doesn't, you'll need a Miracast adapter sometimes called a dongle that plugs into an HDMI port. Restart your PC and the wireless display or adapter.
Try reconnecting. Here's how: Go to Startenter Device Managerand select it from the list of results. In Device Managerlocate your device, press and hold or right-click it, select Update driverselect Search automatically for updated driver softwareand then follow the rest of the steps. If Bluetooth is turned on and the driver is up to date but your device still doesn't work, try removing the device and re-pairing it.
Learn more about fixing Bluetooth problems. Make sure the display supports WiGig. If it doesn't, you'll need a WiGig dock. If pressing the Connect button in action center doesn't find the PC you're trying to connect to, try the following: Make sure your Windows device supports Miracast by checking the info that came with it or by going to the manufacturer's website. If you tried all of these and nothing worked, try restarting your PC. Last Updated: Oct 2, Need more help? No results.
Was this information helpful? Yes No. Tell us what we can do to improve the article Submit.Log in or Sign up. Android TV Forums. May 30, 1. Another issue has cropped up lately. I recently bought a pair of Headrush Harmony Bluetooth 3. The strange thing is the audio is crisp and clear with no stuttering or choppiness when running apps like Netflix and YouTube through the device the audio is only choppy when listening to the TV audio through the BT headphones. Is there a fix for this.
I've tried unpairing and pairing, as well as rebooting the device. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk. May 30, 2. Like if you had a sound bar, you would put it in the Off position. May 30, 3.
I just purchased a Bluetooth 3. One troubleshooting idea I have is to run a different audio source through the HDMI input instead of your TV source, try a Roku or whatever you might have and see if the audio plays properly.
If not, the issue is likely with audio through the HDMI input since the apps you have tried don't have the issue. Are you using a cable box or other for your TV source? If you are saying the Bluetooth audio directly from your TV is a problem, not being run through the GS7, I don't see how that could have anything to do with the GS7.
May 30, 4. Guess I didn't use the headset long enough to notice. May 31, 5. Here is the online manual for that TV. This particular page mentions something that may be of use. Last edited: May 31, May 31, 6.
What exactly should I be looking for on that page? I don't see anything regarding headphones or turning off speakers, am I missing something?Discussion in ' Android Devices ' started by cjobesJul 18, The Galaxy Nexus release date was November Features and Specs include a 4.
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Useful Searches. Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Android Forums. The audio sounded perfect with no issues what-so-ever. Now I have switched to the Galaxy Nexus and the audio when talking on the phone just plain sucks. When a person talks the voice is choppy and cuts the volume up and down. Makes it very difficult to carry on a decent conversation. Music playback for bluetooth is great, but phone is practically useless for anything that requires close attention.
The day after I got the phone the new version of OS came out, so I don't have anything to compare it to in regards to the OS. Anyone know if this can be fixed? Thanks, Buck. Demache Android Expert. Its a known bug that some people are having. It most likely isn't hardware as it didn't happen before the 4.
Since it appears to be a radio issue, it has to be fixed by Samsung so really there isn't much we can do until then.
I've heard downgrading the radios fixes the issue, but then you get some of the issues that were in the 4. Hopefully this will be fixed in the official Jelly Bean update.I have some annoying problems with playback from my Android device.
Can vary from seconds intervalls between stuttering. So far I've not experienced the issue while the phone is unlocked. This problem is isolated to only the spotify app, other apps like youtube, radio og TV have no playback issues. The playback crackles on phone speakers, headsets, in off-line mode, streaming music directly with 4G or Wi-Fi though it could seem 4G has less cracklingplaying downloaded playlists with 4G or Wi-Fi connected and after complete uninstall off app and all Spotify data deleted and then only three playlists downloaded.
I've run out of ideas to what could fix this issue and it really ruins my phone as a playback device. It looks like I have the same problem since the latest update. TuneIn Radio works fine, but Spotify Connect frequently stutters. I also use a Samsung S6, but I'm not sure if the phone model has anything to do with it since Spotify Connect does not stream via the phone? I had the issue with two different Chromecast devices. My Chromecast Audio device is at the 1.
Spotify is automatically updated, so I should have the latest version. I'm having the same issue with crackling sound. Video apps don't have any issues either.
I'm using a Note 8, running the stock Samsung 7. I have Spotify version 8. I have a Premium subscription and am enrolled in the beta. I've tried clearing cache and data, uninstall and reinstall, sign out and log in, using Bluetooth, etc. The issue persists.
It's a crackling sound that's similar to the sound of a blown speaker. That kinda freaked me out, since this phone and my BT speakers are all new, but everything works fine using other apps, so I've ruled that out. I have a similar problem. On Android phone OnePlus 5 I have a short 0. Walking in the same area Google Play Music, Amazon Prime Music, RadioTunes etc don't have this problem using the very same phone, so it's not poor reception or phone problem really.
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Maybe Spotify could change that, caching longer amount of time ahead? By the way, I already emptied Spotify cache, no joy, phone cache, no joy, restarted phone, no joy, uninstalled and re-installed Spotify, no joy. Change quality settings too, auto, normal, high, no joy.
I have the exact same problem on my S6 as well, ive tried everything and nothing works. The first clean install I did worked temporarily, but after that nothing has worked. Its incredibly frustrating paying for a service im unable to use. Hoping for a quick fix from spotify!! Hello, Look at this thread. It sounds like the same problem.This information will be visible to anyone who visits or subscribes to notifications for this post.
Original Poster - Qiao Huang. Car's Display Does the issue occur outside of Android Auto app? Google Play services version: Newest as of After the I updated Android Auto on It will reappear 10 minutes after the phone reboot.
When my phone connects to my car's bluetooth and play music by bluetooth, the local and online music are fluent and not choppy at all. I also tried my phone on my 3. Listening to music or mediaReport an issueEnglish. Community content may not be verified or up-to-date. Learn more. Recommended Answer Recommended Answers 0. All Replies Jon Maksin.
Recommended Answer. I have the same issue when using my S7 in my Altima.
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Bluetooth audio is fine. Android Auto audio is nearly unusable due to it constantly cutting out. I've tried several different USB cables as well without effect. Google user. Original Poster. Qiao Huang. Elad M.