I've the UE75RU7105KXXC and I was wondering if it's possible for the tv to automatically connect to my Bluetooth headphones as soon as I turn them on. They are already paired with the tv, but it's annoying having to manually connect them every time I turn the tv on.
@Dibyendu: I'm not sure if this will work, but can you try adding your Bluetooth headphones or speakers to the TV via the steps below:
Home > Settings > Sound > Sound Output > Bluetooth Speaker List.
When you turn on a paired Bluetooth audio device, the TV detects it automatically, and then displays a pop-up window. Use this pop-up window to activate/deactivate the Bluetooth audio device.
I have RU7100, connected a bluetooth headset with .
Now every time I turn on the headset, the TV automatically connects with headset and continuosly pops the notification about it and after some time starts playing TV's output through the headset.
Is there any way to unpair the headset, was not able to see any such option under the bluetooth paired devices section.
Please guide me through any solution around it.
I have a 43Q60T TV and have the same issue.
When turning on the the TV it pop up with the window "Would you like to sent the sound to this unit" = the BlueTooth speakers.
I would look forward to have the option in settings: "Auto connect paried BlueTooth speakers"
It cant be a big challenge to make this in the next software version😊
I have the same issue with T4000 2020 model. What's the point of pairing a device if you have to connect it yourself every time? I have Oneplus earphones which offer a quick switch option between two paired devices but I'm not able to use it efficiently because of this issue. It's tedious work.
@Samsung please take a note of it and fix the issue.
Sine last update when I turn on my Bluetooth headphones, I get a tv prompt to connect the headphones. All I have to do is press ok.
I’m happy with this. Thanks Samsung