I have a Samsung Galaxy S5 (T-Mobile USA) and a Samsung Rugby II (AT&T). Both are linked via Bluetooth to a Motorola Elite Flip earpiece. Both are on or near my person 24/7. The Rugby is my "work" phone (I am on call 24/7) and the Galaxy my personal cell phone.
After receiving ANY phone call on EITHER phone, my Samsung S5 plays "Over the Horizon" in my ear until I turn it off. So what is causing that behavior, and how do I stop it from happening? I am a lover of and performer of "serious" music, and find the automatic playing of "Over the Horizon" annoying to say the least.
Also I find it mysterious that the Galaxy S5 plays music in response to a call received on the other phone? The only link between the 2 phones, so far as I can see, is that both are paired with the Motorola earpiece.
FWIW I have not yet tinkered with the ringtones on either phone.
Thanks for enlightenment!