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Bluetooth A2DP support

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I tried to connect a Bluetooth Headphone (a Nokia BH505) to my LG Fireweb. It connects and can make phone calls through the headphone but music is played using the phone speaker...

I guess A2DP profile is not supported by this phone/OS or am I having a bug? If this is an unsupported feature, when it becomes available, how can I know if my phone will support it?

Thks!

I tried to connect a Bluetooth Headphone (a Nokia BH505) to my LG Fireweb. It connects and can make phone calls through the headphone but music is played using the phone speaker... I guess A2DP profile is not supported by this phone/OS or am I having a bug? If this is an unsupported feature, when it becomes available, how can I know if my phone will support it? Thks!

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A2DP is currently not supported. Here is a list of bug in which A2DP is being worked on:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=a2dp&list_id=8410346

Also, please do not comment on bug reports unless you have significant information to provide. Any questions or little things can be posted here and relayed there.

Thank you!

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Same thing happens with a Nokia Bluetooth Speaker.

When trying to use a Motorola bluetoooth audio gateway (which support A2DP profile only -- no support for AVRCP or HFS) I can pair, connect, and a second after connecting the phone asks me to "check if the device is still in range and is turned on" (which obviously it is)...

Same thing happens with a Nokia Bluetooth Speaker. When trying to use a Motorola bluetoooth audio gateway (which support A2DP profile only -- no support for AVRCP or HFS) I can pair, connect, and a second after connecting the phone asks me to "check if the device is still in range and is turned on" (which obviously it is)...
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Chosen Solution

A2DP is currently not supported. Here is a list of bug in which A2DP is being worked on:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=a2dp&list_id=8410346

Also, please do not comment on bug reports unless you have significant information to provide. Any questions or little things can be posted here and relayed there.

Thank you!

A2DP is currently not supported. Here is a list of bug in which A2DP is being worked on: <br> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=a2dp&list_id=8410346 Also, please do not comment on bug reports unless you have significant information to provide. Any questions or little things can be posted here and relayed there. Thank you!