BLE Crash Resolver

BLE Crash Resolver


This app addresses repeat "Unfortunately, Bluetooth Share has stopped" dialogs caused by an overflow of Android's internal bluetooth address list.

The app starts up automatically when you boot your phone, and monitors for crashes of Android's BluetoothService. It then clears the internal list of bluetooth addresses to make these crashes as rare as possible.

The open-source module powering this utility may be put into individual Bluetooth LE scanning apps to actually prevent these crashes from happening.
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2.4
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5,000+
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File size
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About BLE Crash Resolver
This app addresses repeat "Unfortunately, Bluetooth Share has stopped" dialogs caused by an overflow of Android's internal bluetooth address list.

The app starts up automatically when you boot your phone, and monitors for crashes of Android's BluetoothService. It then clears the internal list of bluetooth addresses to make these crashes as rare as possible.

The open-source module powering this utility may be put into individual Bluetooth LE scanning apps to actually prevent these crashes from happening.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 16, 2015
It did work after a while It did detect and clean the stack, it was not after the 13th crash detected, but it did the job. No crashes for 2 months now. ... Will give 5 stars if worked immediately Samsung Galaxy Note II.
A Google User
May 4, 2015
Worthless Stops the error message, thats it. BT still crashes after a few songs on pandora. But the app doesn't even know BT stopped working. The only way BT will work is to constantly force close bluetooth share from the app settings.
A Google User
Apr 22, 2015
What? Let's just say this stop needs more work.
A Google User
Apr 14, 2015
Valiant effort But it's detecting crashes but not preventing them
A Google User
Apr 6, 2015
Thanks for the attempt, Radius, but no dice I'm running Android 4.3 on a Galaxy Note 2. After using my Bluetooth headset at a large tech conference, I began experiencing the Bluetooth share problem. Unfortunately, this tool does not fix it under my particular configuration, but I appreciate the attempt. Shame on Google & Samsung for not correcting this major issue. Perhaps it's time to setup a bot to fill their forums with this problem until it receives the appropriate level of attention.
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