Hey @Krusha. Thanks for bringing up this concern. I got in touch with my advanced technical team that gave me an exact answer as to why this is happening. When you go to your Live View, the video feed when you “accept the call” by pressing the green phone icon uses VOIP, so bluetooth devices treat it as a phone call. I have found this concern as well when I am in my car driving, connected to the bluetooth radio, and try to look at my Live View. What VOIP stands for is voice over internet protocol.
What this means is that it calls over the internet instead of a cell service/phone line. Bluetooth devices can make a difference when you get a cell service/phone line call, but this is misinterrupted by the bluetooth when it’s an over the internet type call. This will result in some wonky outcomes like you have ran into. This would happen similarly on some voice chat or video chat service you have used, if you were connected to your car’s bluetooth at the same time, as those services tend to also use the calling portion to be based on VOIP.
@ChrisJohn Great suggestion with the Rapid Ring app, but I have a feeling it may result in the same outcome. Neighbor, I say give his suggestion a try, and let us know if it behaves the same!