Originally Posted by cyanideg
PS love how the RHB auto plays music from my iPhone 4 via bluetooth when I restart, love how the music skips like a broken record. WTF.
I don't think that's the head unit doing that (playing via bluetooth). That's the iPhone 'helpfully' switching Audio to the last connected output source. I have this problem with my Kenwood aftermarket head unit. If I plug my iPhone 4 into the USB interface before the iPhone and the head unit notice each other and link up via BlueTooth, the audio gets flipped over to BlueTooth, since it was the last thing 'connected'. I have to unplug the USB cable from the iPhone, then plug it back in to switch audio back (or pull up the iPhone home screen, double tap to get the task bar, scroll to the left, hit the 'AirPlay' icon, and tell it I want the "Dock Connector" to be the output.
There are two ways Apple or Chrysler could fix this... #1 would be for the iPhone to allow you to disable the A2DP setting in the bluetooth setting page for the particular device (so it won't try to output music/audio via BlueTooth)... #2 would be for Chrysler to provide the ability to turn off the same profile... because... seriously... if you've got the USB connection, you almost definitely wouldn't want BlueTooth audio, since BT Audio's quality is significantly worse than USB.
Even in my TJ Wrangler, which has very minimal electronics and interference, I can have my iPhone 4 within a foot or two of the head unit, and the audio will skip and get all wonky over BlueTooth... BT Audio is a gimmick, IMHO.
for what it's worth, my friend's Nexus 2 does the exact same thing, except you can disable the A2DP profile in it...