Many of the Tablet PC in the network properties of the Google Android running on the Bluetooth feature in addition to the standard 3 G/4 G and Wi-Fi radios operating system. Although the original purpose, and device manufacturers is the Google type devices, such as the Bluetooth keyboard with the many shelves, you can use a Bluetooth headset for audio transmission. Some of the missing standard dial-up devices of a Tablet design, but they still can be useful for Voice Over Internet Protocol, such as Skype or Fring software.
Bluetooth headset with the most obvious is the Bluetooth radio. Popular Android tablets, as Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy tab of the transformer and the Asus EEE, Android powered Smartphone radio stations. However, some older, less expensive or more detailed models are not. This includes disk Barnes and noble nook series and pills and most common Chinese Android tablets, which is up to the year 2010. Some tablets, especially by Samsung, will be installed, the software changes and may work differently than other tablets and Smartphones to connect to Bluetooth headse
Bluetooth HEADSET compatible apps
Often used in applications that are compatible with the Bluetooth headset is a VOIP application software that allows you to make audio and video calls over the Internet (without the use of existing networks or mobile phone). VOIP-Skype to make free calls to other Skype user, the most popular network or mobile phones or land lines to call for a small price. Skype for Android application domain, when you connect a Bluetooth headset, and can be downloaded free of charge from the Android market. Fring, a similar application is also free. Other VOIP applications that take advantage of Bluetooth headsets are Truphone, which reads “Tru App” in the market, Vopium and Nimbuzz. Other applications that use the built-in microphone, such as games or voice commands may or may not support the Bluetooth event
Connect to a Bluetooth headset with Android Tablet-PC
Android is similar to it, which constitutes the Android smartphone to connect to the Bluetooth headset on a tablet. By following these steps: press and hold the “On” or “Phone” until the chimes or flashes to indicate the Bluetooth headset is in pairing mode. Press the button “power” on the shelf and unlock the screen. “Home” button, and then click the “menu”. Tap “settings.” Tap the “wireless networks”. Select the turn on Bluetooth function and tap “Bluetooth” settings for “Bluetooth” in the dialog box. “” Bluetooth devices, select a helmet. If you are prompted to type a PIN code, then try the “0000″ or “1234.” If none of these functions, visit the manufacturer’s user manual or HF