1. NINmikes's Avatar
    Good Morning!

    I have a Z10 running leak 10.2.1.1925 (with the .1926 radio) and I've noticed that while streaming music (Apollo, RockRadio, Slacker, Tunein Radio, GoMusic, etc.), the music drops out occasionally for a quick second or two. Sometimes it happens when messages are arriving, or when moving around the UI, but a lot of times it happens for no good reason. Even in RockRadio app, I can see that there is plenty of music still buffered, yet it still drops out.

    Anyone else experiencing this?

    It happens on a strong wifi signal and while connected via a 4g connection. Thought maybe wiping my phone and starting fresh with the .1925 leak a few days back would help, but so far it hasn't.

    Thoughts?

    Michael
    01-21-14 10:14 AM
  2. jaydee5799's Avatar
    Hi and welcome!
    I have the same setup as you do and I have noticed the same thing. I always blame it on the spotty wifi I'm connected to at work tho.
    I don't know if wiping and starting over with a reload would do any good.
    01-21-14 10:33 AM
  3. NINmikes's Avatar
    I've had the issue the past several leaks, so I'm not so sure that doing another reload would resolve the issue. Just trying to see if others are experiencing it, or if it was only me. I did a search before posting, but didn't see much related to the issue.

    Thanks for the suggestion though.

    Michael
    01-21-14 10:39 AM
  4. mrjmc99's Avatar
    Happens with siriusxm as well.

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    01-21-14 04:12 PM

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