SoundTouch 30 III Bluetooth connection blocked on STOP while reconnecting
just bought SoundTouch 30 III, don't have any problem with system setup or wi/fi connection, have updated the device with newest version of software, the iOS app works great, didn't have any problem with pairing SoundTouch through Bluetooth with my PC, but after disconnecting Bluetooth connection by turning the SoundTouch off or changing to a preset channel or AUX, when returning to Buetooth connection again, the device pairs (shows that it's paired on both PC and SoundTouch), but doesn't play the sound and displays STOP (big square) on SoundTouch display (even as the PC player - WinAmp or some Mozilla Plug-In continues to play - send sound via BT) and can't "unSTOP" the SoundTouch neither by remote controller (doesn't respond to PLAY or another button) or in the SoundTouch App (the app displays STOP and I am able to change it to PLAY - that is changing the triangle play symbol to "two vertical sticks" pause symbol, but only in the app, not on SoundTouch device that still displays STOP square on its front 1,6" display and doesn't play anything).
Tried restarting computer, connecting/disconnecting Bluetooth, even erasing Bluetooth memory and deleting all other saved Bluetooth devices from PC as well as SoundTouch in case thay somehow "overlap" and disturb each other, but nothing helps. I can only delete SoundTouch from PC Bluetooth memory and erase all paired Bluetooth devices from SoundTouch memory and pair them again, but it's too much of a hassle to do it every time from scratch, I need it to work automatically just by turning SoundTouch on, Bluetooth is the only connection I use it with.
Can someone from Bose help me with this problem (I created an account here only for this one question)? Otherwise I will have to use AUX cable and it's not a "wireless speaker" anymore...
And there is one strange thing... Always, when I press PLAY button on the remote controller when trying to "unSTOP" SoundTouch after reconnecting it through Bluetooth, my Windows Media Player starts playing (it even runs the program if its closed), while nothing changes with SoundTouch STOP.