Whether it is the super-simple UI of TouchWiz or the added Samsung services, a Galaxy phone is always a good buy. While most Samsung Galaxy features fall in the “awesome” category, there are some gimmicks that you can do without.

One such feature is auto-play, in which case you should learn how to disable auto Bluetooth audio streaming. This feature by default enables your Galaxy to automatically play music tracks when connected to your Bluetooth-enabled car. If you don’t need the beats to start playing every time you step into your car, keeping reading this guide.

Disable auto Bluetooth audio streaming on Galaxy devices

From your home screen, head over to the Settings app from the app drawer or open the gear icon in the notification drawer. In the Settings menu, open “Connections” and tap on the “Bluetooth” menu.

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disable auto Bluetooth audio streaming on Galaxy

In the Bluetooth menu, find the Bluetooth device of your car and tap on the gear icon next to it. On the next screen, you can simply tap on the toggle switch to disable auto Bluetooth audio streaming on Galaxy by switching off “Media audio”.

disable auto Bluetooth audio streaming on Galaxy

Note: If you want to use your Galaxy to play audio in your car using Bluetooth, you will have to toggle on the same setting again.

While this option may seem like an extreme measure to disable auto Bluetooth audio streaming in Galaxy devices, it works flawlessly. You can now rest assured that music tracks from your Samsung phone won’t automatically start playing every time you step inside your car.

Source: AndroidCentral

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