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Bluetooth connection

I have two devices that are paired with my computer and yet when I play music on one of the devices, I don't hear the music coming from the computer. Why? I have a Lenovo G50-80 Laptop.

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True. That's how it works.

So far, there is no support for a BT device to use Windows as an audio receiver.

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So, bluetooth ended with 8.1 as an audio receiver...

even though it recognizes and pairs the devices? That is pointless...

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Some think so.

There are prior discussions about folk that want their PC to act like a Bluetooth Speaker. As there are priors I keep this short.

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Off I go to find previous discussions....
Silly
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I looked at this a few months ago.

Maybe someone has written an app to let a PC be a BT Speaker?

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