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    Quote Originally Posted by DatTugrut View Post
    very cool, thank you!



    there is only one Radio station worth listening to in Houston, and the rare time that I do listen to it there is an app for it.
    I would prefer a hardware solution, so that I don't have to waste data.

    Is there anyway to charge and use otg simultaneously

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    it now has charging.

    It now turns on and off with the car through Tasker settings by sensing the "charge". Before it was with the bluetooth module signal. Both achieve the same results. But it is nice to not worry about running out of battery at any point.

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    Is it this reciever you are using?

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Wir.../dp/B0054QK514

    I am using that with my Nexus 7, but I'm having issues with it automatically connecting. If I leave bluetooth on on the tablet and then power up the Logitech it doesn't connect automatically, and pressing the connect button on the unit just activates pairing.

    If the Logitech is already on and I activate bluetooth on the Nexus, it connects, but I didn't want to have to go through the options and turn on bluetooth every time I get in the car.

    To get around it I am looking at using an NFC tag (spare blank ID cards at work) attached to my car mount to turn on bluetooth and connect, but it would be much better if I didn't have to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krisperry View Post
    I would prefer a hardware solution, so that I don't have to waste data.

    Is there anyway to charge and use otg simultaneously

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    Yes. There is a kernal hack for CM10 that will allow you to do it with a Y cable. I think it's a bit one way though. Not sure you can then plug anything in directly without a powered hub.

    The other option is to use the pogo pins for charging and USB for OTG. I'm waiting for the official pogo dock and will cut that up and fabricate into the dash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SynC View Post
    I am using that with my Nexus 7, but I'm having issues with it automatically connecting. If I leave bluetooth on on the tablet and then power up the Logitech it doesn't connect automatically, and pressing the connect button on the unit just activates pairing.

    If the Logitech is already on and I activate bluetooth on the Nexus, it connects, but I didn't want to have to go through the options and turn on bluetooth every time I get in the car.

    To get around it I am looking at using an NFC tag (spare blank ID cards at work) attached to my car mount to turn on bluetooth and connect, but it would be much better if I didn't have to.
    have you looked at tasker and a2dpconnect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SynC View Post
    Is it this reciever you are using?

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Logitech-Wir.../dp/B0054QK514

    I am using that with my Nexus 7, but I'm having issues with it automatically connecting. If I leave bluetooth on on the tablet and then power up the Logitech it doesn't connect automatically, and pressing the connect button on the unit just activates pairing.

    If the Logitech is already on and I activate bluetooth on the Nexus, it connects, but I didn't want to have to go through the options and turn on bluetooth every time I get in the car.

    To get around it I am looking at using an NFC tag (spare blank ID cards at work) attached to my car mount to turn on bluetooth and connect, but it would be much better if I didn't have to.
    yes it is. i've had issues with the auto connect apps. I was playing around with Tasker for it. I'm pretty sure I should have it working fine soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SynC View Post
    Yes. There is a kernal hack for CM10 that will allow you to do it with a Y cable. I think it's a bit one way though. Not sure you can then plug anything in directly without a powered hub.

    The other option is to use the pogo pins for charging and USB for OTG. I'm waiting for the official pogo dock and will cut that up and fabricate into the dash.
    Yes although can the Pogo pins charge in AC, fast charge mode

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    Quote Originally Posted by daclothe View Post
    have you looked at tasker and a2dpconnect?
    Tasker and BT Auto Connect. I have got it to connect, but it keeps disconnecting and reconnecting.

    Quote Originally Posted by DatTugrut View Post
    yes it is. i've had issues with the auto connect apps. I was playing around with Tasker for it. I'm pretty sure I should have it working fine soon.
    That's the stage I'm at. Keep playing and tweaking until it works...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SynC View Post
    Tasker and BT Auto Connect. I have got it to connect, but it keeps disconnecting and reconnecting.



    That's the stage I'm at. Keep playing and tweaking until it works...
    yup! believe it or not I find it entertaining. coming from a straight forward iOS style devices such as the ipad, the level of customization is unbelievable with the Android tablet.

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