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Tips GrooveIP BlueTooth headset settings

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Jasonpctech, Mar 17, 2013.

  1. Jasonpctech

    Jasonpctech New Member
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    Groove IP Bluetooth headset On Nexus 7 WiFi(perhaps 3G as well)

    Here are the settings I use as a phone replacement using a $10 Emerson BT headset model EM128 from BIG-LOTS stores. (I should mention it comes with a Nexus compatible slow charge 200ma charger for home and car and a charge not sync cable)

    Step by step assuming you have Groove IP installed and have successfully made a non-headset call.
    Any setting not mentioned is default or unchecked.
    Step ONE: press the [...] 3 dots on right top of screen in Groove IP then [SETTINGS] Put a check in [Accept Calls on Answer].
    Skip down to [Audio/Echo Settings] go to [Echo Cancellation] choose [Basic Echo Canceler] now go back one step.
    Anywhere you find any speaker volumes or Mic Gains set them at midway or 40-50% you might adjust later.
    I also check both [Use Contact Ringtones] and [DTMF Feedback].
    back out of Audio/Echo settings now.
    Open[Troubleshooting] check [audio Processing].
    DO NOT CHECK WiFi Tablet!!! Even if your Nexus is WiFi only.
    Check [Synchronize Voice].
    Next check [Audio Mode Fallback] then go to [Mic Source] in that menu choose (Android Default).
    Lastly I have checked [Disable JB Audio APIs]
    Set [Miscellaneous] any way you want this should not effect BT calling.
    Any improvements? Tell me please.
     

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  2. whs37

    whs37 Well-Known Member
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    Interesting, thanks. I assume it works well - because the last BT headset I got from Newegg did not work and I had to RMA it.
     

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