Keep getting error message - Failure: connection to headset lost. I have headset turned off as well as bluetooth. It dials fine with headset connected but not without it. HELP:rolleyes:
on 01/17/2012 – Made popular on 01/17/2012
I recently bought a Bluetooth headset, http://www.plantronics.com/middle-east/product/ml20, and have been attempting to receive the call button press to trigger a RecognizerIntent. However so far all my attempts have failed.
Just recently bought a Bluetooth Headset for my Motorcycle Helmet, I'm on ICS right now, SCV7. The problem I'm finding is that no matter which voice commands app I use (Vlingo, utter, Skyvi, Voice Search) I can't seem to get it to use the headset's mic to listen to me!
But whenever I take a call the microphone works just fine.
I have tried pairing my bluetooth headset (Samsung HM1700) with my Galaxy Tab 2 (SCH-i705), and I cannot get the bluetooth microphone to work.
They pair together fine and I can hear audio on my headset, but I can't talk into my headset. My tablet only uses the built in mic. When I look under the bluetooth menu, the icon looks like a pair of speakers (without a mic).
I'm runnning Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS and the bluetooth manager seems to find a sandstrøm bluetooth headset just fine. And, checking the bluetooth menu in the Unity menu bar, the headset shows up and the connection is listed as "on"
Yet none of the applications I have tried have been able to find the bluetooth headset. A bluetooth mouse is working with no problems.
I use google's voice search with my bluetooth headset to make calls with voice commands. I longpress the button on my bluetooth headset and the voice search starts (after installing "voice command" from play store. Before that even this didn't work) and I can call a contact by speaking into the headset's mic. However, it only works when my screen is unlocked.
Starting July 1, my callers got feedback when I was using my bluetooth Oasis headset. It didn't occur if I turned the headset off but I NEED to be able to use a headset and be hands-free. I'm mobile on a farm talking to my husband who is mobile at work.