It does work for the standard earphones which are included when you bought an iPhone 4S so it's safe to assume that it works for other headsets as well, at least if their use of the audio jack is the same (which it should be, actually).
PS: See this product listing on apple.com for an example.
This was answered on another thread (which sadly i can't locate right now). Setting the IgnoredDevices array to contain the MAC of the BT device and cycling BT off and on again worked well for me.
sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.Bluetooth.plist IgnoredDevices -array-add '<MAC ADDRESS>'
The MAC address can be found in the ...
You can use a third-party app like Keyboard Maestro or EventScripts to trigger a volume setting script whenever you plug your headphone.
For exemple, with EventScript:
Click on Open Folder from EventScripts menu in order to open the scripts folder.
Add the script you want to be triggered, in your case something like do shell script "osascript -e 'set ...
During writing the posting's last line I thought just disconnect from the Windows PC.
Now it works!
Reconnecting Windows again. But now don't get sound from there. I thought pairing with two devices means getting sound from both, but that's obviously not the case.
Only in Live Listen mode (an Accessibility feature under Settings : Control Center).
But in general, no. iOS devices switch both audio routes (in and out) to the last connected audio output device. AirPods in your case.
I wrote all this before realising you want two routings from one app - that's not going to be possible. I'll leave this here for future searchers.
There are only two apps I know can do this, both by the same company, Rogue Amoeba.
The cheaper & simpler one is SoundSource - $35. There is a more complex/expensive one which can also record any sound ...
There is a work-around for this, and I wanted to share it here as yet another avenue to seeking this information.
1) Go to Applications > Utilities
2) Launch Terminal.app
3) in the Terminal dialog type the following command following command:
This will open Audacity and then Terminal will actually ...
None of the above mentioned worked for me, and then I tried this:
Go to System Preferences > Network > From the side pane, Delete Bluetooth PAN using the minus sign (-) at the bottom.
Then use the Plus Sign (+) to create a new one using the drop-down menu.
The system will re-apply profile settings and you should be good to go after that.
I had the same problem after upgrading to Mac OSX Catalina with my Sennheiser HD 4.0 BT. I followed this guide and it worked for me.
Clear PRAM according to Apple's instructions by rebooting and holding down Command + Option + P + R for roughly 20 seconds until either the second startup sound plays or ...
Just wanted to add as mentioned here that eqMac2 works straight away after installing. No settings to change, just install and the volume buttons start working. Open source and free. Easily best solution.