Chris (Admin) wrote on 15.02.2018, 03:58:22 (3 months ago)
So to clarify, the speaker does this only when you use the iHeart app ?
Robert Fugate wrote on 15.02.2018, 19:15:34 (3 months ago)
Yes. I can listen to podcasts on my JBL speaker with no problem. (I know my phone is a bit dated but it's been a good one with no issues). I can listen to iHeart radio through the phones speaker or earbuds but not with my JBL Charge 3.
Thanks for responding.
Pedro (Admin) wrote on 15.02.2018, 19:27:35 (3 months ago)
These are wired earbuds I presume?
It does sound like the app may be a bit more demanding and the cause of this although its somewhat unusual. There's no settings in the app to control playback quality (that you could try lowering) ?
Robert Fugate wrote on 16.02.2018, 00:50:56 (3 months ago)
Yes earbuds are wired. I didn't see any sound quality settings Thanks.
Juan (Admin) wrote on 16.02.2018, 15:34:25 (3 months ago)
On any modern version of android there will be a battery usage screen within the system settings. See what apps in here are using most resources, this may indicate something you can at least temporarily disable to see if it influences performance on your iHeart radio app. Otherwise I think you should contact the developers of the app in question and tell them that it seems their specific app is problematic.