Dominic.E, are you getting the (music and audio, headset and speakerphone...) options in your device properties as shown in the screenshots of the link below?
Thanks for reply
No, exactly these information are not shown there -.-" Someone on a youtube video mentioned, that some drivers are not compatible with Windows 8, so thats why it isn working. If you are search on web for a while you could find many people with this problem.
Maybe I have to add, that i have an Acer V7-582PG Notebook. Tried latest driver from Acer Homepage and latest driver directly from intel homepage. the driver from intel page is a little bit newer than from acer page, but the result is the same :/
I did some screenshots, how it looks like maybe you can imagine better, what i mean =) I'm from germany, so its all in german ^^
So does it look like if no driver is installed (standard driver will be installed => generic driver)
So does it look like after installing driver from intel homepage:
After pairing my device (htc one x with android 4.2.2) :
This are the Haardware-IDs of the three Peripheral-Devices:
and so does it look like in bluetooth device settings:
So maybe it helps you a bit
On Windows 8, Audio profiles support is provided by Microsoft. After you pair your audio device, simply play the music using Windows Media Player or Music App. The audio should start streaming automatically.
In case if you have any troubles, open sounds applet from control panel and check if the playback device is set to the newly paired audio device.
Hope this helps
Disclaimer: I'm not speaking for my employer (Intel)
I don't want to stream music from my laptop to another device.
I want to stream music from my device (mobilephone) to my laptop.
i alrdy tried installing drivers from htc, i wrote it under my screenshots alrdy
there are no differences between installing drivers or not -.-"
We have new Bluetooth software available:
I updated the driver to the lastest version (22.214.171.124 Windows8_x64) with the same result.
The computer shows :
Controller date; 18/10/2013.
Controller Ver; 3.1.1311.400
I tried to connect 3 different phones in this mode without success;
1.- Motorola RAZR HD (xt925)
2.- Samsung Galaxy ACE (GT-P7510)
3.- Blackberry 9700
My results are (All the windows are ordered in the phone list order):
And the functions for each device in the hardware tab:
The red marks correspond to audio headphones and audio hands-free bridges, and audio origin services.
So clearly the phones aren't the problem.
=========================== UPDATE ==========================
I tried pairing the blackberry with a VirtualMachine running Windows Vista, using the same bluetooth. This shows a new option, wich plays the music from the mobile phone in to the computer, that option is not visible in Windows 8.
Galaxy ACE shows the same "Play Music" option, and motorola have pairing options.
This was just to test my devices and my bluetooth card, so I think the problem resides in the driver...
Message edited by: Cristian Urrutia