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  1. Hi, On the most recent episode there was a question about the podcast app starting to play on its own after receiving an alert to the phone. Adam suggested that it might have something to do with unplugging the cord form the headphone jack to make the iphone stop playing. His fix was to always double tap the home button and pause the recording that way. I can confirm that this fix works. I had the exact same situation as the questioner. Unplugged the 1/8 patch cord int he car to stop playing, received an alert and had the podcast talk form my pocket while teaching. This happened on two occasions. Since i have started pausing the play from the lock screen this has not recurred.