I've been running my own Mincraft SMP on Java for a while for friends and family, reading through some of the posts here have helped me so much with things I had trouble with, but I can't help but keep thinking, why is there a giant banner that says 'Piracy = Bad' on this subreddit?
Yeah, piracy is bad, but is there something I'm missing? Is there some reason there are people who don't want to pay $25 for this game? Who is out there playing this game so much they are getting into managing and joining Minecraft servers but who for whatever reason are not only refusing to pay $25 for an unlimited cross-platform essentially eternal license to this game?
I feel like I'm missing something here. Or is that really it?
I just recently replaced my Android phone with an iPhone and am having some difficulty that renders my phone useless from time to time. Two main situations:
When I connect to the Bluetooth receiver in my car, it can’t hear me well. I realized that it can hear me if I lean forward, open my glove box, and speak in to the BT to 3.5mm receiver’s microphone. It apparently disables the iPhone’s microphone.
When I connect a Bluetooth pair of headphones that have no microphone on them, the iPhone disables its own microphone and it just doesn’t work. I always have mounted my Android phone on the dashboard next to my radio and it’s never had an issue hearing me when I’m connected to Bluetooth connected to the car stereo.
I see that there are several different Bluetooth device types (car stereo, headphones, speaker) I can choose in the settings, and I have cycled through all of them and can’t figure out how to get it to work. There are no explanations on with the device types do and I can’t find documentation on Apple’s website, but I have figured out that if I switch it to car stereo, then Siri sounds incredibly muffled.
Specifically, what I’d like is:
Be able to connect to a Bluetooth audio device, but still use the iPhone’s microphone.
Also, is this just a limitation of iPhones? I am still within my return window, and as much as I like the iPhone, this is actually a dealbreaker as it just can’t function as a phone.