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How do I get static out of my new Bluetooth headphones when I turn them on and connect it to my phone??

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SOURCE: Samsung SGH-D820 bluetooth static problem

I have exact same problem as agent47, the bluethooth is not active, but the phone says it is. Searching for other devices is not possible. When you try, it asks you to activate bluetooth, when you accept it says already active and cancels.

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Try going to control panel->sounds->make the hands free audio the default.

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Look up an app named SoundAbout in the Google Play store.

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