I have never had a device that hijacks android auto but these Bluetooth headsets we use at work that charge in a square case do it constantly. How do I keep them from doing that? I need android auto to stay on and I don't need a Bluetooth headset that hijacks it when it's charger case get bumped..even worse i am not wearing it and all my calls are going on to a Bluetooth headset in its case. Other than throw them out what can I do.?
May be the 50th different bluetooth device as I pocket them and wash them if they are good. The one's causing the issue are given to me one's for jobs. And I have never in my 50+ device's understand alpha devices. On past device's
Honestly I don't understand why I can't say a alpha type device and a device I don't want to be able to randomly connect when they are full charge or I hit a bump on the road.