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I ran into the same problem when reverse tethering my Samsung phone (Android 5.1.1) to access the Internet connection on my Macbook Air (El Capitan), and found a successful solution: Make sure your mobile device is paired via Bluetooth and follow Heiko Haller's steps for Internet Sharing settings. Under System Preferences > Network, select the active ...
I have the same issues and have determined that the bluetooth antenna location in my mid 2012 MB Pro is the culprit. I have an Apple BT keyboard and Apple BT Magic Mouse. It is not capable of streaming the BT audio satisfactorily to my 3rd party BT speaker. I've attempted to back off both the keyboard and mouse, but alas, this defeats the reason for them. ...
Yes it works well when connected via lightning cable only with bluetooth disabled or enabled. I just tested it. :) Btw, the keyboard lasts about 3-4months with every day typing.. 5min charge can last you hours. The Magic keyboard's battery last very very longer than previous edition.
To corroborate, my BT speaker-with-mic (a FuGoo) and BT-capable car (a 2012 Mazda) will will route microphone input and speaker output to Siri, but only if she's summoned by button press (long press of the play/pause button on the speaker, long-press of the iPhone's home button in the car). Neither will work with "Hey Siri". I suspect that one obstacle is ...
After just testing your idea out with my B&O H7 Headphones (that have a mic built in for calls) I can say that Hey Siri didn't work for me unless I was right next to my phone (which means the device's microphone picked it up) Siri's voice didn't even get routed out to the headphones and I've checked and the headphones are the current audio output device. ...
Right now you can only set the default audio routing for calls (phone calls, Skype, FaceTime) by changing the setting for it in Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Call Audio Routing. There is no method to change the default audio routing for media at this point in time.
I ended up going in to Windows Update and it showed Windows 10 as the main update option with a 'Get Started' button. Clicked that and it all worked just fine. No need to fiddle around any more trying to please the 'Get Windows 10' icon.
Try updating the bluetooth driver using the one found here: http://support.lenovo.com/au/en/downloads/ds031759 It should have the supported Windows 10 driver for the Bluetooth chipset found in that model (BCM20702). Once completed, try the upgrade again.
Seem like you have to install Windows 10 manually with iso file and bootcamp, then install the driver.
Yes, a Bluetooth and/or a USB speaker will "override" your audio input. It all depends on how you configure it. In System Preferences > Sound, you can setup which audio device does what. For example, in my setup, I play all the "Sound Effects" through the Internal Speakers, however, I could select the USB Audio device I also have installed. For your case,...
Reinstalling OS X fixed it in case anyone has the same problem.
Have you tried pairing it with other bluetooth devices? If not, I suggest you do so. If all else fails, then it's probably a hardware issue and you must ask for help from Apple.
Yeahh.... Of Course you can use it.m
Try this: Disconnect the bt-keybord, the bt-trackpad, the bt-mouse and all the other bluetooth devices one by one while listening the bt-speakers. (While doing this, in my case, I discovered that the bt keyboard is interfering, and when I disconnect it, I start hearing the bt speaker working fine.) Then, re-connect the bt devices one by one, and you may ...
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