10-11-2018 06:19 AM
Is it possible for my Motorola G5S plus to connect to my smart watch (Samsung Gear S2) and my car's bluetooth, automatically and at the same time?
At the momemnt I have to manually select my car, when I get in the car and then when I get out of the car, I have to select my watch. If I don't have my watch on, the phone automatically connects to the car. My work Samsung phone stays connected to my car and my watch at all times when in the car.
What I've tried:
1. Safe mode. No difference
2. Factory reset. No difference
10-12-2018 12:15 PM - edited 10-12-2018 12:16 PM
I have this issue as well. I have a Moto G5 Plus and ever since getting a Samsung GearFit 2 Pro watch and installing the apps I have to manually connect my phone to my car Bluetooth every time. Very annoying.
I would appreciate any suggestions.
01-11-2019 09:08 AM
Is anyone from Motorola going to respond to my question? You've had plenty of time.
Thanks for reporting, apologies about the long delay—please be informed that if the device is connected to any 'One media device' ex: Gear Fit 2, then we have to manually connect/pair the other device. Hope this clarifies!
01-12-2019 06:09 AM
That's dissapointing. Can you put a request in to your developers to allow the phone to connect to multiple devices. Now I will have to consider purchasing a Samsung phone. Mainly because of this issue and the lack of updates from Motorola.
08-10-2019 09:07 AM
It is actually very annoying when Moto tech never answer a question directly. I have wasted 2 ,hours trying to answer a question: can I connect two Bluetooth Devices at the same time to my g6. I have new buds that have separate addresses for left and right ears. The problem is that the g6 doesn't seem to be able to connect to L and R buds at the same time. My question is: is there a way to connect 2 buds at the same time? Moto help: please answer the question directly, please do not ask me whether I had Marmite for breakfast, whether I prefer Vegemite to Marmite or if the door handle turns left or right. It's a simple question that I ask