Can't actually say it happened with both, as audible is most often in use. If it were hardware what would be my options as I'm now beyond the 90 day warranty
How are you pausing it? The onscreen controls, headset, or other?
If onscreen, then I don't know. Still.
If you are using the headset, and it only happens with Audible, then it's probably a glitch with the Audible app. The Music app will start playing when you push the pause/play button on the headset, unless some other audio app is loaded. That app normally takes the controls away from Music.
I don't have Audible, so I can't test it. I do have Pandora and a few other Music apps, and they work as expected.
So test a bit more, and see if it's just Audible. If it is, I'd recommend contacting their support and seeing if they have a solution. My solution would be to delete and reinstall the app, but I'm not familiar with how you'd recover your audiobooks afterwards, so I think it best you talk to them; or someoner her who has the app and is more familiar with it.
Yes, I'm backing off the hardware idea. After more consideration it just doesn't fit.
If it's more than just the Audible app, then it's more likely a system wide glitch. I'd recommend trying to Reset All Settings. After that, you're probably looking at a restore; which needs some preparation if you don't want to lose content.
Reset All Settings: Another, somewhat more drastic thing you can do is Reset All Settings. You'll find this under Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. It won't erase any of your content, apps, or accounts; but you will have to go through most of your other settings and re-tweak them back to your liking.
Last edited by twerppoet; 02-10-2013 at 08:40 PM.
The 90 day period is for complimentary phone support. Your device is protected by a 1 year (APPLE) warranty that includes hardware issues provided the problem is not the result of accidental damage or misuse. So you're covered.Originally Posted by rpapworth1
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I see the Audible app got an update today. Might be worth downloading to see if the problem persists.
I updated the app, and I have used it once since then. However;in the heat of the battle( trying to get it started while getting underway) I seem to remember now that the problem music, didn't start playing. I need to try it again and remember to watch it start. The problem still persists with my iPhone and the Motorola headset. Almost certain it has something to do with the headset, but that is a battle for another day!
Well, that's some progress, hopefully. Sounds like the headset is going to be an issue until you decide to replace it, with no guarantee the new one won't to the same; unless you can talk the vender into a trial run. That might be possible at a phone store on a slow day.
Yes you're right, I'm sure it's a Motorola headset Bluetooth situation, but I just haven't taken the time to contact them and ask them what I might do. It just hasn't been a big enough problem today that I'm taking the time to solve it
Here's something That bugs the crap out of me about my iPad maybe you guys can shed some light on. All my contacts in my iPad at the same contacts are in my iPhone and I can text any those contacts contacts in my iPhone but cannot I continue to get a text message failure want to try to do the same contact with my iPad
The iPhone has SMS, because it's a phone. That means that unless it's turned off, it can send text to any phone number.
The iPad only has iMessages, an Apple to Apple service. That means the iPad will not allow you to send a Message to a phone number unless it's an iPhone, and that iPhone has been registered (turned on by the user) for iMessages in Settings > Messages by that user.