I have a problem when I listen to my favorite station after 2-3 minutes makes a holiday on the sound. When I light up the screen, it comes back for a while but then it does it again....
I have a normal Touchcontrol (not Pro) in my Discovery Sport 2016, and installing the Bluetooth Phonebook app fixed the issues I had with my Pixel 2 Phone, which is running the latest version of Pie (5th June 2019 version). I have not changed any other phone options. I have not tested Messages, as I dont need em.
Bear in mind this is a Pixel 2 Phone, not a Samsung, but the issue I was having is identical.
Looks like we have a solution!! I've also had joy with the new app fix.
Disco sport with S8. Listened to spotify for couple of hours straight, calls made, calls recvd. No issues.
Fingers crossed this is the answer for everyone. Good luck 👍👍
I have a pixel 2 also. Is all that you did was install bluetooth phonebook? Any other settings?
Can you please check if messages and or calls work, and also if dropouts occur? Thanks
i can confirm, have tried the bluetooth phonebook app on android 9, may update S9+, Jaguar XE. Works like a charm. Hooray!
i tried the same thing on my pixel 2 XL - DID NOT WORK
i am about to try on a note 9 and will post update on weekend.
Sorry to bother you with a trivial question.
Did you install the app from the Google Play Store or from the Amazon App Store?
Based on the web site of the developer, the two sitew host different versions of the app.
After months of frustration I can also do firm that by just installing the bluetooth phonebook app via the Play Store I know have stable phone calls in my 2016 Range Rover Evoque.
Thank you to those who shared and tested the app. I have had stable calls and connection for 3 days.
I have an S9+ phone. Neither Land Rover nor Car Phone Warehouse where I bought the phone have been of any help.
This community group have been great.
To get activated Developer-Mode (without rooting), go to the Settings page of your S9 or S9+, then scroll down and select "About Phone." From there, tap on "Software Information" and locate the "Build Number" entry. Once you've found it, tap on "Build Number" seven times in rapid succession, then enter your PIN to finalize.
what you're implying is that it's a range rover problem, not an android problem. either way, we all have to decide on the car or the phone. i'll likely switch to iphone as much as it pains me. it's easier to switch phones than cars but i understand your decision as well.