1. AC Question's Avatar
    I have a Samsung Galaxy S6 connected via bluetooth to my laptop running Windows 7 pro (64-bit). For the last year I have been able to listen to pandora and send or receive calls on the phone when I use USB headphones attached to the laptop. For Christmas, I received a pair of Hesh 2 Skullcandy Wireless headphones and I was trying to use them in place of the USB headphones. I see the following:

    * All audio originating from the laptop works just fine (pandora in chrome)
    * Audio from the phone is not getting passed on to the headphones (pandora on android)
    * The phone acts like it is sending the audio via bluetooth (the remaining time updates during playback, etc.)
    * when i receive a call, laptop audio (pandora in chrome) stops and I can answer the call on the laptop or the phone, but there is no audio (in or out)

    Is there something obvious I am missing?
    Is bluetooth protocol only capable of half duplex?

    -brian
    01-18-2016 01:09 PM
  2. lucianus_luciferus's Avatar
    you could just connect the headphones to your phone
    01-19-2016 04:48 PM

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