I have 1 android device, 1 wired headphones, 1 wireless headphones, 2 ppl willing to watch film. When I connect both of headphones only wired work.

Is it possible to use both of headphones simultaneously?

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i have tried and tried, never works, either use 2 wired earphones or use 2 wireless Bluetooth earphones



There are a few recommendations but this seems like it would work: Buy a Y splitter which will turn one 3.5mm headset jack into two Buy a Bluetooth Audio Transmitter like this one Plug your headphones into the one Y jack Plug your Transmitter into the other jack Enjoy headphones + bluetooth working simultaneously Theoretically, you could also connect 2 wired headsets or 2 bluetooth headsets with this method. This is more of a worst-case scenario hack. It seems devices with Bluetooth 4.0+ are already able to support multiple profiles:


Use the adapter that allow to connect wired headset. The smartphone switchs automatically to the wired headphone if inserted.

  • Not really understood your answer... What kind of adapter do you suggest?
    – janot
    Commented Apr 8, 2014 at 4:24
  • An adapter with one male jack and two female, to plug in the two headphones jacks, is a largely used adaptor for mp3players
    – nase
    Commented Apr 8, 2014 at 5:27
  • I have such, but I want to use wired+wireless headphones, not wired+wired
    – janot
    Commented Apr 8, 2014 at 6:33

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