It would be great if in the next iOS would be possible to listen on bluetooth earphone every audio that passes over iPhone, not only phone calls. Now with iOS 5 i can just listen phone calls whit my bluetooth earphonese, but I hope that in the future would be possible to hear, for example, music or apps sounds (like TomTom).
On my Blackberry Curve 8330 I could listen to music via bluetooth, then place a call using the headset's voice-dial button. When the call ended the music would restart. But on my shiney new Storm2 9550, this doesn't work. After the call ends, the phone just stays at the dial screen. Any suggestion on what I could try?
I have been trying to get my bluetooth earpiece to work while video chatting on gtalk. So far I have not been able to do so. I have a Motorola earpiece that is about 4 years old. The model Number is HS850.
I just brought a blackberry bluetooth headset HS 300 so that i can listen to wireless music, but when i pair my bluetooth headset to the blackberry it doesn't play music and there is no option to play music via bluetooth in the music menu.Does that mean my bluetooth headset device cann't play music at all?And is there any software available wich will allow my blackberry to play music via bluetooth?My device is Blackberry Bold 9900.
I have a Galaxy S5 and I love S-health but the phone is a bit too big for my taste for taking it to a run in the park so I'd like to buy a smart device that works with S-Health and can play music through a bluetooth headset, any device that can do this?
Is there any technical reason NOT to simultaneously play music that's stored on my iPhone 4S through the car radio while also charging the 4S from the car's cigarette lighter using the Apple 12VDC charger?
My IPhone 4 was working completely fine, then while i was listening to music it shuts off (the battery at 84%) . Now it won't cut back on, I've tired restoring it via itunes it just gives me an error, and I've tired holding the home and power button for 12secs. It still won't do anything
My iPhone lost almost 10% of battery in about 35 minutes while I was listening to music. All of my apps were closed and my phone was locked. This has happened a few times. Shouldn't it have lost 0%-2% instead? My phone even loses around 3%-4% at night when I'm sleeping but I only use the timer to wake up at a certain time. All the other apps are closed. I've turned off the unimportant features in settings but it's still losing battery. Should I just get a new phone?
I have my S5 connected to my car radio via bluetooth. I'd like to listen to the local radio, but would still like to get alerts (including GPS directions) without having to switch the source over to the phone. Is this possible? How?
I was wondering if it were possible, and hopefully free, to use my mac's isight and speakers as a bluetooth audio 'headset' for my iphone... in a similar way that I use my car's stereo as a speakerphone....
I have a Blackberry Torch 9810. About a week or so ago, I updated my phone (cause a really insistant notification popped up and updating the **bleep** thing seemed to be the only way to get it to leave me alone). If I can read the version information correctly, I updated it's software to 7.1 Bundle 1997 (v 22.214.171.1244, Platform 126.96.36.1997). For a little while, all was well.Then, while listening to music while out and about town, my song came to an end and nothing came up after it. After several seconds of silence, I pulled out my phone and tried to get it to play the next song (I usually just put it on shuffle, and there's no way for me to go through the whole rotation). But the entire phone was off. Pushing the power button would not get it to come back on. I flipped open the back case, pulled out the battery, checked the connections, and popped it back in. A few seconds later the phone turned on and proceeded to go through the laboriously slow loading screen. When I navigated back to the music section of the media section, there was a green bar at the bottom of the screen and the number of songs was ticking up from zero, as if I had just synced it and put in new music.Since then, this has happened several times. Some of the time the phone has been in my pocket, but not always. It only happens at the end of a song. The phone will not respond to any button presses until the battery has been removed and then put back.
Im trying to pair a JWIN JB-TH130 with a iphone 3 and the device pairs up and ask for the pin 0000 and shortly after it displays Not Connected so I press the connect on the iphone and it then ask for the pin again and when I enter 0000 and press pair Connection was Unsuccesful make sure the JWIN is powered on. And it is turned on so I try the process again and the same thing happens