September 3, 2022, 9:29pm
I just received wireless headphones (Bose700) and it is impossible to properly connect them with my Fp3. They connect via Bluetooth bit the phones keep re and deconnecting. shortly playing musik, that stop with a loud humming. I found an older yet unsolved discussion of exactly the same phenomenon with the exact same combination of devices.
i got new headphones from Bose, quite expensive, so I was pretty disappointed, when I found out they were not working properly on my phone. Meanwhile I send the first pair of headphones back to Bose and got a new one in exchange (after I found via research, that there’s a description of that problem in Bose-communitys; so in the first place I thought, it’s a Bose-problem). Astoundingly the secon pair has the exact same problems connecting to my device.
Problem: restarting over and…
The phones work fine with the Iphones of my wife and a colleague. Couldnt test another android phone yet. Does ine if you have an idea what to do about this? Would be apitty to have to send the phones back…
Thanks in advance
Welcome to the Community Forum.
You might be affected by a recent software update glitch that has been discussed here:
I have bought sometimes ago the earbuds (True Wireless Stereo) from Fairphone and i recently can’t pause music when i’m listening to it while double tapping
It’s not really a big deal but it’s annoying. I tried to pair/unpair, clean the earbuds but still not working I can only change the mode from earbuds or adjust the volume.
Did someone had this problem before? Any suggestions?
Thanks a lot !
You might want to follow up there. Perhaps it’s not about a general incompatibility of your new Bose heaphone, but just a temporariy issue that could get fixed in a new Fairphone OS update.
However, if you think your issue is more likely the one you linked to, we can also open up that old topic again.
September 5, 2022, 11:18am
dear urs, thanks for your reply. opening the older discussion would nice, so I could ask the initiator if/how she solved her problem …
March 4, 2023, 11:19am
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