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Before I begin answering the question, think about this: if DualShock uses Bluetooth, then how does the PlayStation establish a connection to all 4 controllers with a single radio? I use Scarlet.Crush's SCP drivers, and they seem to have great Bluetooth support (I use regular USB). They require sacrificing one Bluetooth dongle to install SCP drivers on it, ...


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As far as I know Bluetooth can only have single active connection (that might have changed with later version of Bluetooth): There are some similar question that's been asked already: wireless networking - Limit to the number of devices that can be paired with a Bluetooth device? - Super User how many bluetooth pairing can be made? - Stack Overflow


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I think this is much more complex than a single answer. There are many different types of Bluetooth connections, not all of these connections are interchangeable. It also depends heavily upon which version of Bluetooth is being used in the devices, both the reciever for the PC and the controller. As you can see from the Bluetooth 4.2 specification, which ...


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To Manually Create a "Bluetooth Devices" Shortcut Right click an empty area of your desktop. Click New. Click Shortcut. Set the location to %windir%\explorer.exe shell:::{28803F59-3A75-4058-995F-4EE5503B023C} Click Next Set the name to Bluetooth Devices Click Finish Right click the Bluetooth Devices shortcut Click Properties Click ...


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Which headset are you using? Some headset will automatically turn off while charging so you can't pair it. It is better to look for the hardware spec first


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Does wireless LAN mean Wi-Fi? Yes – and specifically, "802.11" is the standard number for Wi-Fi. The "802.11b", "802.11g", and so on refer to different versions of the Wi-Fi standard – the largest difference being the transfer speeds. (802.11n, also advertised as "Wireless-N", supposedly has a maximum of 300 Mbps.) (Similarly, "802.3" would mean ...


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Solution: Go to Services > Bluetooth Support Service > change "Log on as": to "This account". For USERNAME, write "Local Service" (without the quotes). The password that you can't read shows some encrypted password that you can't (and don't need to) change. Restart the processes, and the rest will now work! The Bluetooth icon with the Red Cross will ...


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Had the EXACT same problem Fixed from above comment like this: 1. You have to Uncheck "Hands free telephony" from the services setting on your bluetoth device=> Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Devices and Printers-> Select your device and right click open properties then go to services tab and uncheck "Handsfree Telephony" I just fixed like that. and ...


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I know this is older, but this worked for me which bit-rate was extremely low (modem quality). My headphones have a mic so that I can answer my cell from them. I simply disabled the headphones as the default recording device. After that, i turned my headphones off and reconnected them. I set the default playback device to the headphones. I then restarted my ...



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