Re: LG Shine Bluetooth problem with motorola S9 stereo...
All you gotta do is disconnect the device in the bluetooth menu and reconnect that way the lg shine will recognize the right ear piece. at&t wouldnt release a product if it didnt work. the only problem is that at&t didnt say it in there instruction booklet
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Unfortunately, the iPhone doesn't (yet) have such capability built-in. But engaging the iPod function to listen to music/video audio while a call is taking place will allow you to hear said audio. Obviously this is not an ideal solution. If your phone is jailbroken, there is a tweak to enable music to be played through the bluetooth headphones but it is low quality.
In order to get your headphones to work with the Mytouch- install Doubletwist (a free android multimedia player) first. After that, reboot the phone. Once that's done, pair the headphones with the media profile first. Try a song- see if it plays. If it does, enable the phone profile- you've successfully paired your bluetooth stereo headphones with the HTC MyTouch 4g.
(This was discovered after actually trying the normal way, then going to the T-Mobile store to see if it was a faulty phone- this is how we got it to work)
After trying this myself with a pair of samsung headphones, I searched online and found a review that said the LG Scoop/Rumor doesn't support stereo bluetooth, so the music player probably won't connect to the headphones.
your best bet is the lg website,register for free,should have all the info you need,cant remember if you need software but i have a 2gb sd card in my shine and that works fine,its basically just dragging music or pictures to folder in external memory.make sure card is in slot properly as sometimes if my phones knocked it comes loose and comp wont read it,also try formating it,but you will lose anything on it.could be usb as well,mine didnt come with one,the first one i bought just kept reading as headphones,once replaced it worked fine.you could try getting a bluetooth usb as that works as well,and i only paid 99p on e bay for one,bit slower but not to slow. hope this helps
From what I can tell and after researching the same issue it is the
KRZR. I called both Verizon tech support and my bluetooth tech support. There is no solution If
you notice some of the functions in the Blue tooth Pairing/connection
menu functions don't even work. (The on off for instance and the
settings) After it is paired. I tried my bluetooth with other phones
and it works fine. I am going to the Verizon store to complain untill i get a different model.
To stream music to the S9 the phone needs to support stereo bluetooth or in other words A2DP. The Blackberry 8830 unfortunately doesn't support this and only supports regular mono bluetooth. This is why no music is heard from the S9.
according to the specs ive read these are the bluetooth profiles supported by your phone : Bluetooth® Supported Profiles:
dial-up networking, headset, hands-free, file transfer, imaging, printing, JSR-82 copied directly from motorola website........so in other words your phone does not support the bluetooth stereo profile.....so the headset may function as an earpiece but music play wont be possible