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At least some Bluetooth headphones can maintain a simultaneous connection to two devices. For example, with the Bose headphones I just purchased, I can simultaneously connect to my phone and my laptop, and play music on either one without unpairing/pairing or switching Bluetooth on/off. Starting music on one device stops the music on the other device. I ...


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According to Microsoft, you need to: Turn on your device and make it discoverable. (The way you make it discoverable depends on the device. Check the device or visit the manufacturer's website to learn how.) On the taskbar, select action center > Connect > the device name. Follow any more instructions that might appear. Otherwise, you're done and ...


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Here I share what I learned about this, after struggled with it for quite a few days. I have a dual boot system with Windows 10 and up-to-date Debian testing, and would like to share the same bluetooth mouse. Mine is a Razer Orochi mouse. I am giving all the credits for the following people and their work: 1) ...


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SOLVED Download apropirate http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/lenovo-g-series-laptops/g50-70-notebook-lenovo then install it and follow follow instruction: Click Start, type "Services.msc” in the Search programs and files box, and then press ENTER, Locate and double click the Bluetooth support service. Click the Log On tab, ...


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A possible solution for your problem is: set A2DP bitpool size in ~/.asoundrc file the maximum size depends on the device you want to use. You can take a look at http://vlsd.blogspot.nl/2013/11/bluetooth-headphones-and-arch-linux.html. Hope it helps.


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I don't have 50pts to comment yet; Crackling in the background, or is it over the voice/sound. A2DP is an auto-adjusting algorithm (bit-size) that uses smaller blocks and can negotiate quicker and get more consistent audio. Crackling is -usually- an issue with interference, or drives having problems with encoding/decoding the signal. If its in the ...


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Since you seem to be having visibility issues, there are two ways to try to discover devices. 1. Search For Visible Devices From The Laptop: When using search for devices from the laptop, make sure the other devices have their visibility enabled. Most devices now days are not visible, until the user enables visibility on the device. Even then, they are ...


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I got it working guys! I was looking at your suggestions and when looking through those settings I realized I never downloaded any software for my Bluetooth device so it was just using a generic drive. I went to Kensingtons website and downloaded the software, installed it, and rebooted. After doing that I was able to connect and play audio through my PC. ...


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Have you tried going into the Sound program, and seeing if your Bluetooth adapter is listed under the Playback devices and has a green check mark by it? You may need to right click on it and set it as the default communication device or move it around. Below is an example.


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First you must be sure your Bluetooth adapter have "A2DP" audio streaming feature. and be sure you setup the fully drivers not only peering service. Right click on bluetooth>OptionsSettings>COM Ports and check if your streaming service installed there Second you Must setup your android driver on your PC, Just connect your Phone to your PC over USB port, and ...


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I know this is super-late,ubut I'd thought I'd mention that I, at least, have a bluetooth icon in the... what is that, the notifications bar, right-hand corner by the clock (if using the default start bar position). I usually have to open the little "more icons" arrow to find it, but when you click or right-click it brings up a menu. The fifth option down, ...


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Go to Network Connections (type Network Connections into the windows search box, choose "View Network Connections") Right click on your Bluetooth connection. Choose disable.


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See related post on Ask Different: http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/169437/bluetooth-spp-support-in-os-x-yosemite I was able to pair a bluetooth serial port via the preferences panel (using the paring wizard from the menu extra should also work): Apple Menu > System Preferences... > Bluetooth My adapter was discoverable, failed ...


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I don't believe that you can use the designer Bluetooth mouse with your VAIO laptop until Sony releases up-to dated Bluetooth driver. I have 2 vaio laptops and tried to use the mouse several times. it failed.


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Bring up the start menu. Search for "Device Manager". In Device Manager, expand Bluetooth. Right click on Bluetooth Generic Adapter and update the driver. Restart. Worked for me. :)


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I just went into network connections and selected bluetooth then above that in the options selected disable and that disabled it.


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This is most likely a driver issue. Please make sure you have up-to-date drivers for your Bluetooth card. Try going on Device Manager and see whether your system at least detects the Bluetooth component. If yes then update its drivers. Once the drivers are up to date, attempt to pair with the mouse as some mice only tend to work when they're paired with ...


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I was able to get bass working. It seems for my speakers, the bass is processed by the input as a part of the trebel speakers, even though it's handled by a different physical component. In any case, I was able to get some bass through my speakers by going to Control Panel >> Sound, selecting the bluetooth speakers, right clicking and selecting configure, ...


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You can install Linux in a virtual machine (e.g. using VMWare or Parallels Workstation), then either assign your system's Bluetooth adapter exclusively to the VM if you don't need Bluetooth functionality in Mac OS or connect an additional Bluetooth Adapter to your Mac, then connect this new one to the VM (such adapters cost a few dollars on dx.com or ...


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I've found the solution! And this is a really strange solution... ^^ You have to go on this page and even if you are on Windows 10, you have to download and install the Windows 8 driver! Grr 3 days to find that... ^^



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