2

This sounds a bit like a shopping question, which is off-topic here, but as a general answer: Yes, it's possible to change tracks from Bluetooth headphones. Almost all headphones that support A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), which is required for better quality music streaming, can also handle AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) which ...


1

Because all cables have a resistance. This is affected by the length and cross sectional area supplying the power pins. The formula is: R = ρ L / A (Where R is resistance, ρ is resistivity, L is length and A is cross sectional area). Other factors are the plug itself and the amount of power it can draw. Also, factors like QC 3.0 compatibility allow ...


1

I'm facing the same issue. I tried a trick to make its work but you have to do this every time you connect your earphone, first connect your earphone Open the fm radio and switch to speaker output and again to earphone. Thats it


1

From the sound of your question, it sounds like your earphone jack is faulty and isn't recognising that earphones are connected. You would have to send your device for repair.


1

There are different standards for headset plugs, and Sony has started using the CTIA layout for it's smartphones since 2012. I couldn't find the official documentation on the differences, but it's pretty well explained here (In german, but the pictures speak for themselves). The gist is, on regular headsets the order of the pins is ground-mic-right-left, ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible