Blue Car Tethering on Demand Support

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11 Comments so far:

  1. Joe says:

    I have a galaxy s6 and a 2012 nexus 7. My goal was to have bluetooth tethering automatically start when the devices paired. As of now, nothing happens. I have your app installed on both devices. I have a check mark next to the device names in the app.

  2. Jens says:


    I have a Samsung S5. Bluetooth is on in my car, but I must allow the tethering with both on the S5.
    Is the allow normal?


  3. Monique says:

    Your app is good I do have one problem I have a entune system which is Toyota I have bluetooth headphones too I can only have one box checked at a time for it to work successfully. I’m supposed to be able to have both checked when I do it cannot connect because it sees another device.


    • Editor says:

      Why would you want to activate thetering with headphones?
      I will make some tests to see what happens with two devices

  4. Monique says:

    When I choose my car the app accepts it but then unchecked the car and checks my headphones. Originally I thought both could be checked but since my last email to you I realized no.

  5. Stefan says:

    I use your app every day and am so thankful for the work you put in making it.
    If the app / your website had a “buy me a beer / donation” button I would gladly do that!

    • Editor says:

      Thankyou very much for your support 🙂
      I’m just thinking on adding a new feature to the app, some kind of automatically enabling Bluetooth without using fingers. I have always my BT off and only turn on when needed, and when on my car I often forget to do that so I want a way to easy enable it. I’m thinking on something like shaking the smartphone or something like that. Another approach could be detecting movement with location (GPS), but I usually have it off too so it would not fix my issue 😛

  6. Stefan says:

    turning off Bluetooth is not really a necessity to me because I have it permanently turned on because of my Pebble watch.
    But I can see your intention saving some battery by turning off Bluetooth when not needed. But leaving instead GPS turned on draws also some power. So is the difference in power consumption of GPS / Bluetooth really that significant?

  7. Javier says:


    No me funciona. Tengo un Note 4 con Android 6 y no me funciona la app. Marco las conexiones BT que deben acivar la conexión compartida pero no la activa cuando enciendo el dispositivo BT. Estoy probando, por no bajar al coche, con el reloj de Samsung, el Gear S3, que va por BT. ¿Puede ser por eso?


    • Editor says:

      La verdad es que no lo se, no he probado nunca con un reloj, aunque la teoría debería ser la misma independientemente del dispositivo. No es problema de Android 6, eso lo se seguro ya que me ha funcionado siempre en 5, 6 y 7.
      Prueba desde el coche a ver. Ojo, el bluetooth del teléfono tiene que estar conectado, la aplicación habilita el thetering, no el BT.

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