Thats odd... because I have lollipop 5.1 from Cynaogenmod on my device... Didn't realise three still roamed to Orange, certainly my Note2 never managed it, so I turned roaming off.
With all the 3rd party roms, my device is now depressingly stable. In fact I can't recall the last time I had to reboot it to sort any problems... the only glitch I have is with BBC Iplayer streaming, but I can live with that.
The activitystate (walking, driving etc) has been in Automate it for a few weeks now (although its still labelled as experimental, Not sure if it uses the Geofencing though.
Tasker has an amazing amount of power, but it has a steep learning curve and is tricky to get going, automate it (and llama) aren't as powerful, but are a lot easier to pick up and use. If you've managed to get into tasker, this looks like a great add in
Hopefully these features will come in to other software (or even better Tasker will get a UI overhall to make it more user friendly.
I'm a bit confused about why this is good news for Blackberry...
On their own platform, BBM is a good thing. People buy Blackberrys because they like BBM, and hence BBM makes them money.
However if this is free on other devices, it doesn't make them any money at all... it just costs them money to run the service and they don't get anything back. And they'll lose customers and Blackberry users will be able to get other devices and keep BBM
Not sure, if you're talking to yourself... or to me.. but I still stand by my responce that using those devices with podcasts (using the built in player, jet player or VLC) i haven't come across any of the problems you're using. Not using tasker for this as all i do is click on the BT icon, and then pick the device i want to pair with. both media and phone connect straight away. No problems, no drop outs, no freezing no problems.
I assume you've deleted the pairings on the device, and recreated them. with my Mw600 i also need to clear the pairing at the headset end.
If its a fake, i'd have no way of knowing simply by looking at the picture and details. It might be a genuine Kingston card, or it might be a fake Kingston card. Which is why (although I love ebay for a lot of things) I'd NEVER use it for flash memory.
I'd either buy it from a reputable physical store, or an online retailer who i can trust.
It sounds like the sort of thing that happens with a fake memory card. There's a lot of them about, and although things look fine when you are copying to the card, when you try and read the data back, then you suddenly notice