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Bumfuzzle

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Bluetooth on Windows Wearing Detection Feature question
« on: May 07, 2024, 11:53:51 am »

I have in-ear bluetooth 5.3 earbuds with wearing detection. Playback automatically pauses when one of the earbuds is removed from your ear and resumes again once you wear it back. On Windows 10/BT 5.3 it works with all kinds of players I use, Foobar2000, Spotify, Qobuz web player, YouTube, YouTube on Chrome, etc. The only exception is JRiver. Is there a setting to turn this on or is this feature missing?
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Bumfuzzle

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Re: Bluetooth on Windows Wearing Detection Feature question
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2024, 12:09:32 pm »

I have in-ear bluetooth 5.3 earbuds with wearing detection. Playback automatically pauses when one of the earbuds is removed from your ear and resumes again once you wear it back. On Windows 10/BT 5.3 it works with all kinds of players I use, Foobar2000, Spotify, Qobuz web player, YouTube, YouTube on Chrome, etc. The only exception is JRiver. Is there a setting to turn this on or is this feature missing?

Could you move this to "Remotes" section? And maybe fix your broken media keys on windows 10? Of all the media players and browsers I'm using on PC your software is the only broken one. It doesn't stop when a you take one of the earbuds off. If another process with playback capabilities is on, it's either suppressed completely or it gets confused such as when you put it back while playing it stops the playback :D
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