I see that samsung says the Galaxy Note 2 has Bluetooth Apt-X built in but don't see it under the specs on Verizon's page. Anyone know if it does have Apt-X bluetooth?
I want to use a fitbit device and it only bluetooth syncs with S3 and Note 2 and Note 10.1 because it uses bluetooth 4.0 and Samsung helped them with the code since its not in stock google right now. My question is..my Galaxy Nexus has the same Bluetooth chip in it as the note 10.1 and is also Samsung obviously. I know the 10.1 is obviously a tablet.
I have recently acquired a Samsung Galaxy Player 4. It works great and I absolutely love it. Today I thought I would try to connect to my media machine via bluetooth to see how it worked, what I could do, etc, etc.
Unfortunately I'm not having any luck. My media machine is running Windows 7 Ultimate x64.
I update my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to Android 4.3. Sometimes the WiFi goes off without reason and it was not possible to switch on WiFi or Bluetooth. I found that this was caused by two of my Bluetooth devices. I had to go outside out of range of Bluetooth devices and then switch Bluetooth on and then delete pairing I had in the phone (since previous Android 4.1.2 version).