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Mikaey's solution on the apple support forum: Turn your WiFi off Try re-connecting to your bluetooth devices (should work) Turn WiFi back on This has solved the issue for me.


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I know there are some Bluetooth headphones (such as these ones that I can talk about from personal experience) that come with an optional audio cable, enabling them to be used as a standard pair of wired headphones in case the pairing malfunctions or something. It has the really awesome side effect of enabling the headphones to play two streams of audio at ...


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What happens when you select Mahmoud's 27 iMac in the Bluetooth menu? Does it show Connect to or Disconnect from Network, or something else? I would bet Mahmoud's iMac is set up to share its internet connection over Bluetooth, which would probably also explain why it's not showing up in the Bluetooth devices list. Try looking under Network in System ...


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This page on the Bluetooth specification website very quickly descends into technobabble, but the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile is how audio is distributed, or sent, from a Bluetooth audio transmitter (such as iPhone or iPod) to a Bluetooth audio receiver (such as headphones or a stand-alone speaker). I am not sure how technical of an answer you are ...


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Whilst you can pair one master with many slaves, as far as I'm aware, you cannot connect one slave to many masters simultaneously. You need to un-pair & re-pair each time. There is a rather complex guide to piconet & scatternet technology at the Bluetooth Developer Portal Bluetooth v4.0 spec distinctly says it cannot be done, however v4.1 says it ...



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