2013 & 2016 L405's
I'm not sure if I understand what you're describing. I actually don't use the Range Rover bluetooth or the bluetooth built into the Android unit. I only use CarPlay plugged into the dongle...Siri uses the Android microphone and my call audio is heard through the factory speakers.I updated to iOS 13.5 (beta program) and from all indications, the connectivity is mostly staying “sticky” again. I’ve tested the following:
1. Made a call via Siri
2. Made a call by choosing a contact from the phone
3. Made a call from the CarPlay
4. Answered a call from the steering wheel control
Every time on the scenarios above, the car Bluetooth picked up.
Every time on the scenarios above with the exception number 4, the CarPlay phone screen popped up. When I answered the call from the stereo wheel, the legacy car interface screen appeared.
The one scenario that didn’t work is if I answered a call from CarPlay, it defaulted to the CarPlay interface.
[mention]W84IT [/mention] - this is significantly better than before, right?
I'm on iOS 13.4.1