I have an Android phone (a Motorola Droid, running android 2.2) that I use with my car's bluetooth audio. When I turn on the car, it will automatically conenct to the Droid and tell it to play, which automatically starts the music app and begins playing. (I like that--that's what I want.) Then when I turn the car off while playing, the music app automatically stops. (I also like that.) But when it stops in response to the car turning off, it goes immediately back to the beginning of the song, which I don't like. I'd like it to pause when the car is turned off, and pick up in the middle of the song where it left off.
I don't even know exactly what's happening behind the scenes to cause this. Is the car sending the phone a "stop" command when it turns off, which causes the phone to go back to the beginning of the track? I'm not sure how to find out. While the car is on, the only commands it supports are "play," "pause," "next," and "previous," which which do what you would expect. I don't see any options available on the phone or on the car that would obviously control this behavior.
So I guess I'd like to know a) if there's a way to change this on the phone, and b) is there a way to tell exactly what commands the car is sending to the phone and when? Some sort of log that can be enabled maybe?