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Think I found the solution after constantly surfing the web. Turns out the CSR chipset devices contain an average of 5 bluetooth serial communications, each pertaining to a different function of the headset. When you connect your headset, you'll get 2 Playback (headphone) options, and 1 Recording (mic) options. The first playback option is "Bluetooth ...


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Meh, this is probably not a suitable question for Super User as it will ilicit opinion-based answers. Still, I believe we can at least note a couple of important facts here that will help you in your decision making: Is it a good Idea to send audio (Spotify or MP3) to a Hi-Fi system via bluetooth Perfectly fine. Bluetooth's only job is to get digital ...


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There is no way for us to know how to help you since you did not give us a model of Jabra headset. Nonetheless, if you look at the headset compatibility guide, the only Dell products compatible with any Jabra product are the Aero, Streak, Venue Pro and the XCD 28. This leads me to believe the headset is only compatible with mobile devices, not laptops. ...


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even ifs marked as your default you need to click on headset as default then click your bluetooth device as default again. For whatever reason it fixed my issue. So even if it is set as default change it then change it back. Worked for me.


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The different chipsets are options you can choose when ordering the notebook as custom configured. In your laptop there will be only one chipset supporting both WLAN and bluetooth. You can find out the chipset used in the device manager. Open the device manager with following steps: On start menu, choose Administrative Tools -> Computer management In the ...


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This question is a year old but I had the same problem and solved it a different way and just wanted to share the solution that worked for me: 1. Go to Devices & Printers 2. Right Click the icon for the headphones 3. Select "Services" (I didn't have Control like the first answer suggests) 4. An interface pops up and shows a list of operations 5. Under ...


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Do you have your Bluetooth devices in range, with Bluetooth enabled on them, and either: Are they configured to be visible to other Bluetooth devices? Is the device you want to send files to paired with the computer? When you click "Send files", the next screen (with the title "Select where to send your files") should show a list of Bluetooth devices ...


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First of all when you connect your phone via USBthere you would be asked to connect via type, there you select Nokia PC suite. As soon after you would receive a pop up regarding setting of a mobile broadband connection. There you follow the steps. Then after you have o set on your mobile broadband connection on top right corner.


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fsquirt in the WIN 8.1 Start screen search fixed my issues with receiving files- Galaxy Note 4 is my phone. bluetooth connect through pc devices on win8 or Bluetooth scan on Note4. Pair the devices. run fsquirt before you begin sending to the win8.1 and use it to send to phone if you want to. other ways to send to the note4


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It could be that the bluetooth (and other nearby wireless devices) work on the 2.4GHz band and thus interfering with the wifi data causing streaming issues. That would also indicate why it works better without the bluetooth headphones.


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I found a fix. Instead of using "multi output device" use "aggregate device". The setup is the same, just a different device.


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While it would still stick out some, what about something like this? It would be rigid and looks somewhat compact. For $6.00 (before possible shipping), it may be worth a shot. Right Angle 90 Degree 5Pin Micro B Male to A Female + Micro USB Female Power Supply Plug Data OTG Host Converter Adapter Android


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In the USB Port Power Management settings and Bluetooth Devices settings, disable 'Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power' Open Devices setup > Bluetooth Devices window, and keeping it open in background do your other work. When the mouse freezes, use Alt-Tab to go to Bluetooth Devices window & move the mouse, it unfreezes. Continue ...


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hcitoll scan if your device is there put its mac adress instead of one i used sudo hcitool cc 01:07:81:93:66:BC when prompted search for input pin button and insert your pin


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The Qualcomm Atheros Bluetooth Suite installer includes a user space executable by the name of BtvStack.exe. It buries a value in the registry key HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\Run, which causes this program to run on each user session/login. This works just fine for a single user running a single Desktop session at a ...


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Even with an 2.0 EDR Bluetooth dongle, which should run at 3 Mbit/s, Bluetooth Tethering is usually locked at 1 Mbit/s (I've tried a wide array of mobile devices, chipsets, dongles, laptops, tablets with all the possible combinations). On Bluetooth 3.0 and 4.0 the peak speed of 24 Mbit/s is not achieved on the Bluetooth link, but on a 802.11 link. I've ...


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It will always say that, yes. But it's only true as long as you are on that screen, while the message is visible. Once you close it, your device is no longer discoverable, but will still communicate with paired devices.


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the code is auto generated by pc while you connect your mobile. and you just have to yes or i accept button on the mobile


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Yes, they're all IEEE EUI-48's (EUI == Extended Unique Identifier), and the IEEE Registration Authority manages the address space to guarantee uniqueness. The first 24 bits is an Organizationally Unique Identifier (OUI). Each OUI is assigned to a particular company by the IEEE. That company can then make 2^24 unique MAC addresses with that OUI as the prefix. ...


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Let me see if I understand what you're trying to do. 1) You have a non-smartphone (feature phone) that has data capability for things such as its mini-browser, and also can provide an Internet connection via Bluetooth. 2) You want to use the Internet connection on the feature phone to connect your tablet to the Internet, i.e. your tablet does NOT have a ...


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First tell us the hardware id: Follow the step's and tell us the hardware id's :


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I was able to rig something for the same purpose by reporposing a bluetooth headset. Since the optional audio-in jack is wired directly to the speakers, it can also function as an audio-out when the headset is receiving music over bluetooth.


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o problem, and my compliments for finding out that the jack is both input and output. No voltage is fed into an input audio jack (unless the jack is specifically for old condenser mikes, and not a standard mini-phone jack), so your headset is safe. That seems like an easy way to make an extension speaker. :-)


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You have to Uncheck "Hands free telephony" from the services setting on your bluetoth device. I just fixed like that.


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I realize this thread is a couple years old now, but in case anyone else comes across it: With windows 8.1 (not sure about windows 8), you don't need anything extra to play audio from an Android phone (not sure about iPhone), just pair the phone with the computer and go to Bluetooth settings and select to connect to the PC (by name) then select whatever ...



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