I have an iPhone 4s, with iOS 6.1. I also have an old, portable JBL sound system. Since the device has a stereo input, I figured I'd just run a stereo cable from my iPhone to the speaker system. The cable is your standard male-to-male stereo cable that you would plug into a stereo headphone jack. I don't believe the cable is the problem, but I figure it's worth mentioning, just in case.
This works but there is one major problem. After a couple seconds, the JBL device some how sends a signal to my iPhone that launches Siri. This is quite a problem because when Siri launches, it stops the music from playing. I could probably disable Siri but I'd prefer to avoid that option.
What type of signal noise would launch the Siri interface through the stereo cable and what can I do to prevent it?
I should mention that this was a JBL, iPod dock. I'm only mentioning it just in case under some weird terms of agreement, JBL might have had to send a signal across the stereo line if and when a device was connected to it. I don't know why this would be the case but you never know with Apple licensing agreements. I've had to read through a few of them and although I don't know why there would be such a requirement, it wouldn't at all surprise me.