Do you mean plug the speaker into my headphone out jack?? Plug on the speaker what I do not understand? This speaker has a wired mp3/3.5mm input plug and a usb plug that is only used to charge. If I did plug in the usb cable it would not be recognised as its only used to charge the oontz...
The only speaker Icon I see in the tray is for the volume settings on the WMP nothing else. If I do double click on the bluetooth icon that opens control panel>Devices and printers>bluetooth and in there under devices I see the OONTZ Icon. If I double click on that icon I see computer connected to the oontz and it says Listen to Music Bluetooth connection is established.
If I right click and go to properties I see that under hardware that the device is working properly, under services it I have the following boxes checked off. audio sync, headset and remote control.
Now if I go out of that and go to Bluetooth settings under the options tab have under discovery the box checked that says ALLOW Bluetooth devices to find this computer.
Under the connections below that I have all 3 boxes checked off. Allow bluetooth to connect to this computer ,alert me when a new bluetooth device wants to connect and Show the bluetooth icon in the notification area.
Under the Audio tab there two boxes, one is connect to a audio device only if it supports SCMS-T content protection ( that I have tried both checked and unchecked) did not work.
The other box says Enable Skype switching, there is a drop down box next to that and that does show the OONTZ again I have tried that both enabled and disabeled and still no luck.
Also I tried the MS Mobile device center 6.1 and it would not recogise the OONTZ
Quote: Originally Posted by archer
You have to plug on the speaker.
Then from your laptop, in tray icons, Bluetooth device is present.Double click that and search for new device.
When your speaker is searched, click add to devices/pair.
Then in properties of that paired device, select "play media".
Or it is automatically detected to play.
Remember that do not place the speaker more than 10 meters away from laptop.