What should I do? Here is my situation: My 2012 Civic EX refuses to stay connected via bluetooth. It's also unpredictable. Sometimes I can go for 15 minutes without a disconnect, but sometimes I get four or five disconnects per minute. It was bad with my iPhone 3 and it's seemingly worse with my Galaxy Note 2. I have read a lot about this problem. It's evidently an inherent flaw in the bluetooth hardware used in these cars, and yes, it persists even after one "fixes" their post-phone-setup contacts handshaking. At least it did for the five different phones I've tested. The idea of bringing my car in to a Honda dealership to see if they can fix a networking problem fills me with despair. Basically, until Honda is forced into gear by a class action lawsuit, this will never be fixed. So no bluetooth phonecalls for me. But that leaves the audio. I plugged my Note 2 in, but the Civic didn't care. Picked USB as the source and there was nothing. I don't know how the Civic figures out whether or not there's music available to play, but it's evidently not doing any real searching. All my music is in a "Music" folder at root. Granted, it's a mixed bag of MP3s, WAVs and FLACs, and I'm betting the Civic is only capable of MP3 playback, but it should at least find those files. Should I make a duplicate of the Music folder and put it wherever the Civic happens to prefer to find music?