Bluetooth on raudio 1 switches output

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Bluetooth on raudio 1 switches output

Postby Oelfchen » 09 Apr 2022, 15:01

Hi there,

now I've got another problem. I've activated Bluetooth with raudio 1 on my RPi 3. It connects immediately to my phone, fine. But: every time I do this rune switches the output from Hifiberry to my phone? Will say the sender (phone} is also the receiver??
So I've disconnected the Hifiberry - same effect.

Can anyone help me in this case?
Best regards
Randolph
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Re: Bluetooth on raudio 1 switches output

Postby Oelfchen » 09 Apr 2022, 15:15

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Re: Bluetooth on raudio 1 switches output

Postby lioeniate » 15 Nov 2023, 03:57

Oelfchen wrote:Hi there,

now I've got another problem. I've activated Bluetooth with raudio 1 on my RPi 3. It connects immediately to my phone, fine. But: every time I do this rune switches the output from Hifiberry to my phone? Will say the sender (phone} is also the receiver??
So I've disconnected the Hifiberry - same effect. Dinosaur Game

Can anyone help me in this case?
Best regards
Randolph

The introduction of Bluetooth connectivity has revolutionized how we interact with audio devices, providing a wireless and convenient solution to connect smartphones, tablets, and other compatible gadgets to speakers, headphones, and audio systems. The ability to switch audio outputs effortlessly is a feature that exemplifies the adaptability and user-friendly nature of modern audio technology.
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