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Old 11-30-2009, 10:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I noticed a quicker than normal battery drain with my S2 runing .320.

It seems when it pairs with the Sync in my Expedition the S2 aunches the media player and it just plays in the background. When the S2 is selected as the audio source it plays fine through the Sync system. When it is not selected Media Player just hums along draining the battery.

FYI this aslo occurs on the S1 with .328 and my Tour with .230.

If I shut down the Media Player after it is started (on its own) during paring it stays shut down until device is paired with Sync agin.

It did not happen with my S1 with 4.7.x OS.

Is the a bug/feature in 5.0 releases? Or an issue with Sync?
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Its a bug in the .320 os. When I had my 8900 with 5.0 it did it all the way till the latest .348 beta build. Mine does it with my sync in my fusion. It's just a bug in the os not sync. I get the one bug where my controls don't work, I have to sometimes turn off bluetooth on my phone then connect manually and I'm able to do it.
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