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Old July 26th, 2012, 04:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Any way to receive Bluetooth audio?

I want to plug in ear buds and use my phone as Bluetooth headphones for streaming a2db audio. Any way Android can do this? Seems simple enough, but I'm no dev, and I can't find this anywhere after about two hours googling.

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Play music through Bluetooth headset Android - YouTube
30 seconds in google search....

Edit: BTW why do you want to plug in ear buds while listening to music via bluetooth???
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There is an app on market called btmono. Works great for my mono bluetooth device
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I use a Samsung HS3000 stereo Blutooth adapter, let's you use any headset as a stereo hands free device and works and sounds great.
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Thanks for the replies, but I guess my post wasn't clear enough.
I want to plug in earbuds and use my phone to receive Bluetooth a2db audio from a separate Bluetooth audio transmitter. There's plenty of ways to SEND a2db audio to a stereo or car, but I'm looking to RECEIVE it. The end goal is to be able to stream audio out of my TV and listen through my phone's corded earbuds, rather than buying a pair of very expensive Bluetooth headphones. I'd basically be turning whatever earbuds I plug in into Bluetooth headphones.
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How to stream audio from PC to Android Device over Bluetooth - Android Enthusiasts

Edit: It has links to possible solutions, but besides those it wont work. Here's one but iit's for PC: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.georgie.SoundWireFree&rdid=com.geor gie.SoundWireFree&rdot=1&pli=1
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The solution that I posted only cost me about $25 from NewEgg and let's me use any of my headphones or earbuds with Bluetooth, it also has transport controls built in so that I can control the player from the adapter without having to unlock the phone. Has AptX compression also for those devices that support it.
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Thanks for the replies, but I guess my post wasn't clear enough.
I want to plug in earbuds and use my phone to receive Bluetooth a2db audio from a separate Bluetooth audio transmitter. There's plenty of ways to SEND a2db audio to a stereo or car, but I'm looking to RECEIVE it. The end goal is to be able to stream audio out of my TV and listen through my phone's corded earbuds, rather than buying a pair of very expensive Bluetooth headphones. I'd basically be turning whatever earbuds I plug in into Bluetooth headphones.

Iīm searching for same.... My phone Android as receptor of audio via bluetooth.

This is the emitter:

Search in google: adaptador-bluetooth-a2dp-transmisor-emisor-estereo-de-audio-con-enchufe-de-3-5mm-jack-45-bluetooth-2-1-43-edr-v-45-btt00/862774

This is the receptor:

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Do you have found the application for this use? anybody ?


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I want receive audio from TV, not from PC, to my Android phone, for I donīt want disturb to my family or the neighbors.

Whatīs the Android application for this use?

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I want receive audio from TV, not from PC, to my Android phone, for I donīt want disturb to my family or the neighbors.

Whatīs the Android application for this use?

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I googled around and didn't see anything, why wouldn't you just attach your headphones directly to the tv?
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Your tv has bluetooth?
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Default Re: Any way to receive Bluetooth audio?

I'm going out of the headphone jack into a Bluetooth transmitter. Just need the phone to be able to pick it up now.
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I googled around and didn't see anything, why wouldn't you just attach your headphones directly to the tv?
Convenience? Cord length, or freedom to move about?
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I googled around and didn't see anything, why wouldn't you just attach your headphones directly to the tv?

Because I donīt want to conect a wire of 33 feets. From my tv to my bed or chair are 15 feets and in my house are more people walking.
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Your tv has bluetooth?
My TV havenīt bluetooth
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I'm also looking to do the exact same thing. I want to send audio from my entertainment system to my Avantree Saturn bluetooth transceiver, then receive the audio on my phone. I'm coming up empty in all my searches. Frustrating.
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