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Have an Old BT Mono Headset Laying Around? Listen to Music Through it with BTmono for Android
As the title states, if you have an old BT mono headset laying around and you want to put it to good use, you could certainly use XDA member bedoig‘s newest application. BTmono allows streaming of music and sound to BT mono headsets, which are otherwise not fit to serve the same purpose as their stereo counterparts. This is a practical app if you really don’t like having wires all around you and yet don’t feel like shelling out the money for a stereo headset.
As with anything, there is a caveat, which in this case is that the sound quality is not that great. On top of that, the media sound cannot be properly regulated. If you have any ideas on how to possibly fix these, please share them with the dev. All other feedback is welcome as well.
Simple app to stream audio to your bluetooth mono headset.
Released as donationware
You can find more information about this in the application thread.
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