Bluetooth connectivity is now a staple for a lot of mobile devices. One of the biggest advantages of the feature is that it reduces the amount of cords we have to carry around, which is pretty vital. However, there could be times when you connect your smartphone to an audio playback device, such as a pair of headphones, and you get Bluetooth audio stutter. This can be really annoying.
Anyone who uses a Bluetooth speaker or a pair of Bluetooth headphones will tell you that the connection should allow for seamless transmission of audio from one point to another, depending on the devices involved. There are a lot of things that can prevent this from happening, thus causing Bluetooth audio stutter.
For example, when it comes to computers, Bluetooth audio stutter could be caused by signal interference. Devices like cordless phones, baby monitors and microwave ovens can disrupt the Bluetooth signal, since these devices all operate in the same frequency range. To fix this problem, you can try changing the channels on your wireless network. Also, you can minimize the number of active Bluetooth devices connected to your computer.
Mac users might also experience audio stuttering when they turn on the handoff feature on their devices. All you need to do in this case is to turn it off. Furthermore, your computer might be recognizing your Bluetooth device as both a speaker and a wireless headset. To solve this, deselect the headset, then choose it as a wireless speaker.
Mobile devices might experience audio stuttering when paired with a car’s audio system. a common fix to this problem would be to clear the cache files on your smartphone. If you are looking for a resolution for a specific phone pairing with a specific, it is a good idea to look for online forums for the phone brand and the phone carrier.
Now, since most wireless devices connect to various other devices through Bluetooth, there could be times when a particular mobile app associated with the headphones is the issue. If you use wireless headphones with a mobile app, always check that the operating system is up to date and you have the latest version of the mobile headphone app.
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