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    I have a small annoying problem and i can't figure out the solution. When i am in frodoplayer and phonecontrol and my phone is connected to the computer, then i close phone control, and shutoff my car, it triggers the computer to go into hibernate, however, Windows puts up a message "Bluetooth headset is connected, to disconnect press OK". THe messege is in the background and you can't see it unless you close frodo. when you click ok the computer shutsdown.

    Anyway to get around this?
    Progress - VIA EPIA SP8000 | 120 Opus Power Supply & Case | 1GB Ram | 120GB 2.5" Hard Drive | Bluetooth 2.0 | GPRS/3G | Wifi | Road Runner/LSX 2.0 (waiting for a day skin for 3.0) | iGuidance 4.0 | Lilliput 7"

  • #2
    This was already discussed time ago...
    anyway check out this http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=46628
    Fabio

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mr.Fabio
      This was already discussed time ago...
      anyway check out this http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=46628
      maybe i missed something, but that doesn't answer my question at all. I already connected my phone to phonecontrol as a headset. its the DISCONNECT that's stalling.
      Progress - VIA EPIA SP8000 | 120 Opus Power Supply & Case | 1GB Ram | 120GB 2.5" Hard Drive | Bluetooth 2.0 | GPRS/3G | Wifi | Road Runner/LSX 2.0 (waiting for a day skin for 3.0) | iGuidance 4.0 | Lilliput 7"

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      • #4
        I am having the same problem.

        Any solution

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        • #5
          I've been having the same problem... I may have a solution:

          Kill BTTray. Apparently, it's not really needed in order to keep using the BT features, i.e. Phoco's features. The app apparently just does the system tray icon behaviours (i.e. quick connects, and changing color to green to inform you of a connection). I haven't worked with it long, so there may be other consequences, but so far so good. If killing the process works for you, remove it from the Run section(s) in the registry and you should be good to go.

          EDIT: Bugger; this only seems to work right after killing BTTray. If your phone disconnects with the PC, it doesn't reconnect this way. :-(
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          • #6
            upppp (4 years later xD)
            anybody has resolve this bug?

            Thanks

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