Oh I am having the same issues when I’m connected to the Bluetooth in my jeep wrangler but not experiencing the same when I’m connected to any of my Bluetooth devices at home. And it seems to be getting worse. I have completely disconnected my device and reconnected like suggested in another community post and that didn’t not work. My phone is an iPhone 11 and my wrangler is a 2017 but I’m debating getting rid of Pandora because it’s becoming increasingly annoying.
Hey @Beachbabe! 🏖 Thanks for posting your experience. Sorry to hear this is happening.
I moved your message over to our Automotive board to help keep things a little organized. Sounds like you've done some troubleshooting already. Looks like you've disconnected your BT connection and uninstalled/reinstalled the app on your phone.
Could you provide the following information so I can investigate?
Does this happen on all content, such as stations, albums, playlists, songs?
If you have an aftermarket stereo, what is the make and model of that device?
What is the make and model of your phone? Also, can you tell me the Pandora app version (let me know if you need help finding that)?
Are you able to connect to your Jeep via USB? If so, does the same issue occur?
Is your vehicle equipped with Android Auto or Apple CarPlay?
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