Question about Radio Communications
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That is a complicated question. Are you wanting to change the transmitter bluetooth module or the receiving one (usually an earbud or headphone.). Basically to change those settings you will need to connect and FDDI to UART module to your bluetooth module at the RX and TX pins and connect the FDDI to UART usb port to your computer usb port, then open up a terminal program, connect to the Bluetooth module via the FDDI/UART module. A terminal program such as CoolTerm can help you do that. You might also read bluetooth module information on SparkFun for more help.
Posted on Apr 08, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I solved this problem by turning off my phone which had bluetooth active while i was trying to get audio through. thats why the bluetooth never connected to my headset as the phone was using up the bandwith.
make sure your headset is the only bluetooth device and then go into your bluetooth properties -> audio -> select your headset and press connect
now go into your sound options and it should be listed there if it connected succesfully. set if as default and remember to restart the music programm youre running
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Each pair of BT enabled phone and headset is a particular world. I don't have the Plantronics, but my LG phone pairs fine with my Lubix stereo headsets. I'll tell you how I managed to pair them: I put my headsets in pairing mode. Then, on my phone, I go to 'Connectivity > Bluetooth > Device list > Options > New'. If my bluetooth stack is off I'm prompted to turn it on. It starts to search for devices, and comes up with my BT headsets' name, I press 'Pair', it prompts me for the pairing code. I enter '0000' (the same code for your Plantronics' headsets, by the way) and Ok. Then, back to the Device list, I select the BT headsets and go to 'Options > Connect'. I'm good to go. After listening to music, I use to go again to 'Connectivity > Bluetooth > Device list', select the headsets and press 'Options > Disconnect'.
Hope it works for you.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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