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Bluetooth AVRCP long-press?

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CodeThief
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Bluetooth AVRCP long-press?

Hi,

Is is possible to detect a long press of Next via AVRCP? Or if not that, the option to recognise a double-press of next to skip to the next track?

Quite a few podcasts I listen to have outro sections that I'm not interested in listening to and skipping to the next track whilst driving my car is awkward. If I could just hold down or double-tap the next button this would solve the problem!

Thanks

WayneC
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Headset

You can change headset button settings (In the DC Menu>Settings>Headset/Lockscreen>)

CodeThief
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I already have that enabled

I already have that enabled in DC but I was assuming it didn't work via AVRCP as it doesn't do anything.

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I see what you mean, it

I see what you mean, it doesn't seem to work. Eric will respond later

CodeThief
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Thanks, appreciate the

Thanks, appreciate the comments :)

eric
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I played around with this a

I played around with this a while back with quite a few different bt devices and each one always reported a normal press no matter how long I held down the buttons.

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Thanks Eric. How about

Thanks Eric.

How about recognising a string of presses instead? So if you hit next three times in succession it would skip to the next track, or something?

This would be helpful when I'm in the car and want to skip to the next podcast, safely, without having to look at the phone to choose the one I want.