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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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This is what i did: looked up IPv4 address of the Connected Mac Computer in the Router Software (i am connected through Ethernet via Fiber) Entered the IP address of the Connected Mac under Bluetooth PAN - Using DHCP with manual address in the same section i choose under IPv6 "only local-link" click "Apply" Bluetooth PAN went from yellow to green and ...


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Maybe you need to update Snow Leopard via combo update. It happens sometimes that an earlier version has problems with internet sharing (sometimes even an update could break it). For example I could not establish successful Internet sharing on OS X Tiger 10.4.11, but with 10.5.8 I had the best experience. For Snow Leopard, maybe you could try 10.6.8? 10....


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Bring "Bluetooth headset with multiple pairing version", Iphone's sim insert in to other mobile like "Nokia" etc., Now set call divert "if not answered" with 20 to 30 seconds mode, Then replace your sim in to iphone. Now Pair Bluetooth with Nokia & Iphone also, While riding bike if you get any call on Iphone, call will be ringing for your particular time ...


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iPhone does not support browsing files over Bluetooth. Edit: Apple lists three methods for transferring data between a Mac and an iPhone. AirDrop Handoff iCloud Drive On that same page, Apple lists the built-in Mac browser for Bluetooth as an option for "other Bluetooth devices" and I think it is appropriate to infer that they thereby exclude the iPhone ...


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The battery indicator for headsets does not appear on the Mac, regardless.


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I've often had the exact same problem! I've found that the following method works consistently to switch to the external adapter. Starting with the external bluetooth dongle unplugged: Turn off Bluetooth Wait about three seconds Plug in dongle Again, wait about three seconds Turn on Bluetooth This works every time for me. No rebooting or external ...


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Yes–but you'll need a hardware upgrade and some third party software. Continuity relies on two pieces: Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. These need to be "correct" to work. Check your iMac to see what Wi-Fi chip you have. To do this, open up System Profiler and look under Wi-Fi. If you have an Atheros chip like this teardown by iFixit shows, you'll need to replace it ...


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There is an app called crowd mic that will allow you to use your phone as mic broadcast over PA system, wirelessly.


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Just spoke with Apple Support, they gave me a cure for Choppy Bluetooth Audio interference. I have a Bowers and Wilkins T7 and this worked for me. So power down your iMac Unplug all your connected items from the back of your iMac. Then unplug power cord from back of your iMac and wait 20 seconds. Plug in all your items back your iMac usb,s etc and then ...


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Yes you can do this by buying a bluetooth speaker and a pluggable microphone. I would recommend using Ultra Slim Bluetooth Speaker from https://goo.gl/AXwXwn as the bluetooth speaker (it is available for $50, pretty affordable). And I would recommend using Zoom iQ7 from https://goo.gl/1dcUkj as your microphone ($99.99). But in Zoom iQ7 there is a headphone ...


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There is another "workaround" that DOESN'T involve Bluetooth. I often train multiple students students for 5K's, 10K's, etc. Since I train multiple students at a time and often use 1-hr long DJ mixes to set paces for everyone, I connect my iPhone to an FM broadcast device (usually limited from a 30-100 feet range). I additionally, I encourage trainees to use ...


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Be sure to click the mouse once to wake it up, because it will likely have gone to sleep.


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If you don't mind removing your iPhone from the dock when you want to play audio from your laptop, there is a hardware solution: numerous 30-pin Bluetooth receivers are available which plug into a dock in place of the iPhone or iPod.


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According to your comment, you would be happy with a Ubuntu solution where WiFi works. Therefore, follow this thread at askubuntu.com. What they basically suggest, is: Create a webserver with IceCast under Ubuntu und stream your audio from there (Here is a Howto) Connect your iPhone via an IceCast compatible app. Now you can connect your iPhone ...



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