Use Bluetooth Headset as Computer Sound Device for Voice Talk

Use Bluetooth Headset as Computer Sound Device for Voice Talk

How to Use Bluetooth Headset as Computer Sound Device for Voice Talk

Few days back we eyed how to connect Android phone as a computer webcam and use it on applications like Skype and Google+ Hangout. Today I will showcase you how you can use a Bluetooth headset that are used as phone hands-free devices to have a voice talk on Windows.

One might use wired microphones but if you have a Bluetooth headset then you will surely love the idea of going wireless. Windows eight tablet users can also use this method to connect Bluetooth headsets.

I have tested the guide on Microsoft Bluetooth Emulator that comes as a default Bluetooth device on most laptops and tablets. Bluetooth headset I used was a Nokia J but that should not make much of a difference.

So let’s see how to go wireless while talking.

How to Use Bluetooth Headset For Talk on Windows

Step 1: Download and install Microsoft Windows Mobile Device Center for Windows on your computer. This driver is necessary even if you have the default Bluetooth driver that comes installed on your device.

Step Two: Having done that, reset your Bluetooth device if it was already connected to a phone to make a fresh connection. Most of the devices can be reset by pressing the power button for five seconds. Please refer to the Bluetooth instruction manual for your device if you have any doubts.

Step Three: After resetting the device, right-click on the Bluetooth icon on the System Tray and select Add a Device.

Step Four: If your device was in visible mode, Windows will detect the fresh Bluetooth device. Dual click on the device icon to add it to Windows. Windows will install all the necessary audio drivers for the device. If the driver installation fails, I would recommend you to install Bluetooth driver for your computer and add the device once again.

Step Five: After the device is added and is installed as an audio driver, right-click on the speaker (sound) icon on Windows tray and click on Playback Devices to open Windows sound properties. Select Bluetooth audio speakers as the default device and navigate to Recording tab. Here select Bluetooth audio microphone as the default recording device and apply the settings.

That’s all, all your Windows sound input and output will be redirected from your Bluetooth headsets.


Settings might switch depending upon the sound card on your computer and Bluetooth emulator provided by your manufacturer. Sound card might not cause much of a trouble but different Bluetooth emulator might switch few steps. If you encounter any problem while connecting the device to your computer, don’t hesitate to ask them in the comments.

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