I have iHiFi headset connected to pc via toshiba bluetooth stack. headset connects and works fine, but when i disconnectfrom bluetooth headset i cannot get any sound from my computer anymore. i have checked for conflicts but doesn't seem to be any and i have to do a system restore to get sound back.?
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Try playing other audio files. Ensure that audio can play fine from the same audio device when using a headphone.
If Step 1 is not the case, try listening to audio by connecting the speaker to the Bluetooth device using the Aux-in cable. This will isolate if it's a Bluetooth connection issue or not. Remember to disconnect/un-pair the Bluetooth connection first.
If the issue only happens when connecting via Bluetooth, do the following:
Adjust the distance between the speaker and the Bluetooth device.
Reset the speaker to its factory default settings. For instructions on how to reset your speaker, go to the product's support site to view the relevant knowledgebase article.
Clear the current pairing entry from your Bluetooth device. For instructions on how to clear the pairing entries, consult the user's manual of your Bluetooth device.
Try re-pairing the speaker and the Bluetooth device. For instructions on how to pair the speaker with the Bluetooth device, go to the product's support site to view the relevant knowledgebase article.
To further isolate, try pairing the speaker with other Bluetooth device.
If the issue happens when connecting either on Bluetooth or Aux-in, please contact Creative Customer Support via email.
Note: Creative Bluetooth speakers do not need any driver to operate. You may need to update the Bluetooth driver of your computer's built-in Bluetooth adapter or your USB dongle. To determine whether your computer or USB dongle is updated with the latest Bluetooth driver, please refer to their user's guide or website for information.
I think what you are asking is how to connect the headphones to the iphone via Bluetooth.
switch on the headphones Bluetooth....go to general settings in iphone ... Switch on iphone Bluetooth....then choose detect devices....when it finds the headphones... Click "pair" ...it will let you know if pairing was successful.once it remembers the device you won't need to do all that again next time you want to use the headphones.now and again you will need to charge the headset up.
I assume you are using a Plantronics wireless headphone? ensure your phone is on and Bluetooth is switched on in your phone settings.
hold the button on the headphone until the light starts flashing, if this does not happen ensure the headphone is charged. in Bluetooth options on your phone ensure your phone is set to "can be seen by other devices" and then use "scan devices" to find your headphone, if you see Plantronics in the list select it and press "pairing" this will then connect the headset to the phone. once paired, everytime your headset is on and Bluetooth is on, you need to just press the button on the headset and it will automatically connect to your phone.(as long as the headset name is not deleted from the Bluetooth list)
If your phone does not show in the headset in the Bluetooth list, keep the phone scanning and press the button on the headset to start the light flashing this is now causing the headset to search for the phone. once the headset shows in the phone list do as above.
For connecting to other devices, press & hold the power button of your bluetooth headset for initiating the discoverable mode. When the led light starts flashing in red color, search for the headset from the phone in which you wanna connect. Open the Bluetooth settings, turn it on and search for new devices and pick from the list and pair the headset. After this, the headset will be auto-connected.
You have to set bluetooth as default audio device. For doing this, go to >Contro Panel> Sound and Audio Devices>Audio(Tab) and in Default Device choose bluetooth device. In my case, I had problem when i installed SP3 on XP. I changed my bluetooth driver to "Toshiba Bluetooth Stack V6.00.10" and it worked for me.
You have to set bluetooth as default audio device. For doing this, go to >Contro Panel> Sound and Audio Devices>Audio(Tab) and in Default Device choose bluetooth device.
In my case, I had problem when i installed SP3 on XP. I changed my bluetooth driver to "Toshiba Bluetooth Stack V6.00.10" and it worked for me.
what headset are u using? i presume its the 's9', most connection problems are solved by disconnecting the headphone and then reconnect it. or go to ur bluetooth devices on ur computer, and click on the device then properties, then services then, select all boxes. remember to apply the changes. good luck
I had a similar problem. First part of the solution is to disable the headset profile for the headphones. These headphones can't handle both headset and headphone profiles at the same time. Second part of the solution is to make sure that your headphones are on when you activate bluetooth on the computer. For some reason, Vista doesn't like setting up the initial connection on-the-go, so it will just act like its connected and move on. Hope this helps!
I think you need to "unpair" the headset from the phone. Try turning off the bluetooth head set, and then deleting the headset from the list bluetooth devices on your cellphone. Then turn the head set back on, and once it discovers that it cannot connect to the cellphone, it will become "discoverable" again.