Bluetooth headphones always have additional latency because of encoding, transmission, buffering and decoding of the audio stream. The latencies I have seen have varied from 30 ms to nearly a second. Some video players are able to correct for latency, but not all. An additional problem is that while Bluetooth headphones are supposed to report their latency ...
You may have Audio Enhancements enabled. This causes a delay in the sound (in addition to the delay already present from Bluetooth headphones).
To disable this feature:
Right Click the speaker icon next to your clock calendar at the bottom right of your desktop
Select Troubleshoot sound problems
Select your audio device, it should be listed as Haylou-GT2_R ...
Who expects radios of any sort to work without antennas attached? A better question might be why Wi-Fi worked at all in that state.
Wi-Fi uses a lot more transmit power, so it's better able to make up for the extreme attenuation that comes from not having any antenna connected.
Not only does Bluetooth use a lot less power, but modern Bluetooth audio uses all ...
Short answer : There is no solution as long as you are using Linux and a
Long answer: For music playback only A2DP is suitable, but
it does not have an INPUT mode so use of the headset for VoiP isn't possible.
The HSP/HFP mode uses the CVSD codec which is sampled at 8 kHz,
same as used in telephony systems (so sounds like an old telephone, ...
If you find yourself in this situation:
Is because: damn Microsoft f**** up the BIOS with some update.
I had to open a ticket with the Intel support because uninstalling / repairing / installing the right driver wasn't working. The solution was to enter in the BIOS and setup the default setting. After reinstall the Bluetooth was back:
That guy saved my day....
I had the same issues when moving the USB dongle to the other side of the Mac Book so that the Mac Book was in between the dongle and the mouse. As soon as I moved the dongle closer to the mouse and connected it into a docking station with nothing in between dongle and mouse, lag was gone.
This is related to incompatibilities between config files used in 18.04 and 20.04. The solution is as easy as:
mv ~/.config/pulse/ ~/.config/pulse.old
pulseaudio --k && pulseaudio --start
Original answer in: https://askubuntu.com/a/1243890/37739
I believe your bluetooth device is showing up as two audio devices to windows but your headset can only play the output one of these virtual devices at a time. Normally the high quality one is active in the actual physical headset, but as soon as activity is detected on the low quality one or the mic, then the high quality output shuts off and the headset ...
Instead of updating drivers, this is what I had to do to make it work (Logitech MX Anywhere 2, connecting to Windows 10) (this solution is based on my system where I have Bluetooth and also Unifying receiver both operational):
Logitech Unifying Software: Advanced, choosing Anywhere 2 and Un-pair.
Choosing 1, 2 or 3 from the mouse's bottom button. ...
In Command Prompt execute tasklist /svc /fi “imagename eq svchost.exe” to see the list of process IDs.
Find the 'bthserv' service and notice the PID. Then Press CTRL + SHIFT + ESC, select the corresponding PID and set it to high priority.
Connect Quiet Comfort 35 II to PC
for Windows 10 do these steps:
plug your headphone to PC by USB cable
update your headphone software through this site
Make your headphone "ready to pair" by pushing power switch to Bluetooth icon and hold
from Bluetooth setting click "Add bluetooth other device", confirm it paired
to connect it to PC ...
For transferring files between Windows 10 devices, you may use the new
Nearby Sharing feature, available since the April 2018 Update.
The Microsoft article
Share things with nearby devices in Windows 10
shows how to share any file through Explorer right-click > Share,
or for images via the Photos app.
Android devices have their own Nearby Share feature ...
If Bluetooth is not a must, one can connect the gamepad via USB. It will work flawlessly then, even on older machines (Ubuntu 20.04).
If Bluetooth is required four conditions have to be satisfied:
a very recent kernel is required (>= 5.11, maybe even >= 5.12)
some configurations have to be applied
xpadneo has to be used
You might have to pair the ...
In Windows 10 versions released before Windows 10 May 2020 Update, Microsoft had implemented support for the A2DP source role, but not for the SINK role for desktop editions. This means you could use Intel Bluetooth on Windows 10 to send audio to other Bluetooth devices, such as a speaker, but you wasn’t be able to receive audio from other Bluetooth devices ...
Try disabling Bluetooth device in network adapters in Device manager (this won't deactivate Bluetooth as there are separate drivers for it). It should work then.
It worked for my Bluetooth headset with my 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi, I am now using both without any interruptions.
Attaching image below in case you have trouble finding it:
Not sure if this was true when this question was asked over three years ago, but at this time, the market is flooded with clones of the CSR8510 chip that hijack its VID/PID. Some of them are now advertised as Bluetooth 5.0-compatible.
I'm not aware of any good method to discriminate a fake one from a legit one besides by looking at the chip markings. The ...
To use reg file; copy and paste this code to new notepad file and save it to DisableAbsoluteVolume.reg (you have to enable show fle extension otherwise your file will be DisableAbsoluteVolume.reg.txt and it is text file) Now you can double click to this file and click yes to use it.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
I had the same issue and nearly checked out every answer that was to it. It is primarily because of your WiFi and Bluetooth using the same frequency, which is 2.4 GHz. Well some suggested that I buy a Bluetooth USB adapter for a tenner or so, but that beats the whole purpose of having a laptop with great specs as well as overall convenience.
Solution: I got ...
I had these issues when I plugged in just the USB 3 cable to my recently acquired Mac Mini 2014 and had the cable across the unit, when I unplugged them or moved them to the side the jitter went away. even worse I had a dual dock next to the Mini and it destroyed the b-tree node on all the hard drives (x4) I put in there, so I couldn't mount them anywhere ...
Note too that if this is a brand-new keyboard that you are still charging using a cable, you may not be able to rename it until you disconnect the cable and connect to the keyboard wirelessly via Bluetooth.
I just used
bluetoothctl devices | cut -f2 -d' ' | while read uuid; bluetoothctl info $uuid; end|grep -e "Device|Connected|Name"
(while loop is fish-shell syntax)
for bash use:
bluetoothctl devices | cut -f2 -d' ' | while read uuid; do bluetoothctl info $uuid; done|grep -e "Device|Connected|Name"
I have the same issue with a 15" MBP 2017. I don't have that many keyboards though.
I wasn't able to find a satisfying solution, but found out a few things that might help:
Make Bluetooth work at all
When coming from MacOS and restarting directly into Windows, Bluetooth seems to be messed up horribly. My external Magic Keyboard and Trackpad would not ...
To address your question "How do I just make Bluetooth headphones play all audio outputs produced by my PC rather than a single specific one?"
Your bluetooth device is showing up as two audio devices to windows, but your headset can only play the output one of these virtual devices at a time and your headset automatically changes which one it is ...
I think I have figured it out. My headphones, Bose QuietComfort 35, were paired to the Windows 10 computer under "Other Devices" in the "Bluetooth & other devices" settings. This was not obviously wrong to me, but they need to show up as "Audio" instead.
To remedy the problem, I un-paired ("Remove device") and re-...
You can use DllCall() and the Windows API:
and Bluetooth Reference. And take a look here:
To these examples:
Global Const $hDllBthProps = DllOpen("bthprops.cpl")
Global $hFind = ...
Unless the devices have a specific reason to stay connected, such as playing music or sharing an Internet connection, then they will not bother staying connected. This is a feature of the "service" based nature of Bluetooth technology.
In order to send a file you would simply select the file on an Android device (in whatever file manager you have) ...
There are 2 states of the local Bluetooth Radio:
Connectable state means that Bluetooth device can accept connections.
Discoverable state allows other devices to discover your one.
In early Windows versions there were 2 checkboxes: "Allow to discover.." and "Allow to connect..". I do not know why the second one was removed in Windows 10....
I had this exact same problem with Windows 10. I have a Asus BT-500 Bluetooth adapter. I downloaded and installed the software package from Asus rebooted and it worked for a few weeks.
All of a sudden windows wouldn't recognize the adapter nor launch the service as it listed as "Bluetooth is turned off" in settings with no slider available to turn ...
EDIT: I got this answer wrong! , here is the correction
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