10-06-2021 02:05 PM in
I have the Samsung AKG Y500 Headphones (about 1.5 years now). In pristine condition and still love them, however, every 3 minutes or so, the bluetooth will completely cut out and I have to repair them with the device.
Is there something I can do to stop the signal from cutting out? It happens even when they are fully charged. Put's a downer on music listening
10-06-2021 02:29 PM - last edited 10-06-2021 02:31 PM
10-06-2021 02:37 PM in
Thanks for replying, Steve. The bluetooth still cuts out even when they are fully charged 😞
Each time they cut out, I have to go through the process of repairing them, so i'm not sure what else I need to do? I don't use any other bluetooth gadgets so I don't think anything would be interfering?
10-06-2021 03:44 PM in
10-06-2021 04:23 PM in
Thanks for all the replies, I will try the above mentioned and hope for the best! I forgot to add, I usually pair it with my chromebook and listen to spotify from that, but will make sure there isn't anything extra running on there while i'm doing so
10-06-2021 04:35 PM in
27-09-2022 10:26 PM - last edited 02-10-2022 11:43 PM
Make sure that no other multimedia devices are connected to the smartphone, for example, a portable speaker. Moreover, it does not matter with which interface they are connected — the smartphone can catch interference from devices connected via Bluetooth, as well as through other interfaces. For example, I personally trust the steelseries siberia 200 wired headphones, with which I can enjoy the game that I love to the fullest. By the way, is anyone else playing DOTA here?