[SOLVED] AirPods Connected But No Sound on Windows 11/10 – Driver Easy
May 29, AM. My video is blocky and keeps freezing: Many quality issues in video are because of data.
Why wont my zoom connect to my airpods – none: –
The quickest way to make sure your AirPods aren’t connecting to other devices is to disable Bluetooth on everything that they’ve connected to. Airpods show as connected on my Mac but don’t hear any audio when I connect to my meetings through zoom. For everything else, it works.
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User profile for user: srinivas srinivas Disconnect other audio devices from your PC to avoid potential interference. Next, attempt reinstalling Zoom on your device.
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Edit: the “stereo” headphones bring up the quality significantly and the volume mixer works with it but only when I’m not in a zoom meeting. Could you explain how you changed the audio input device to the same as system for both microphone and speakers? I had the same problem. I solved this by changing the audio input device to same as system, both microphone and speakers. Hi Bhavesh,. I had the same problem I tried to solve this using Bhavesh’s method it did not work I still don’t know how to solve this.
I tried many ways like messing with audio settings but still it did not work. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. When I am in a zoom meeting, I am unable to hear anything except for the audio from the meeting. This does not mean that I cannot hear other participants in the meeting, just that if there is another app with audio playing at the same time, I cannot hear it.
I don’t know anyone else with this problem and can’t find any help on this issue on the Zoom help website. I use a Bluetooth headset, and all my drivers are up to date. I can hear sounds from other apps only when I am not in a meeting. This thread is locked. The issue is not cause by the BT mic but by the BT speaker part of the headphones. When I go to Zoom Audio settings, I see the “speaker” is running from max to min volume non-stop without me doing anything.
Switching to Google Meets because Zoom is not usable because of this. Good bye. I’ve been experiencing multiple failure modes with Bluetooth headphones and Zoom. I have a pretty simple solution. I’ve been having the same problem as well. Installed latest version of Zoom. Reported it to our IT department and still no resolution after many attempts. I have to use my Jabra Bluetooth headphone instead which has NO issues. To clarify, this only happens with Airpods thanks to Apple! Still using Jabra and no crash issues.
I miss my Airpods! When is zoom fixing this issue? Im experiencing the exact same issues described by multiple people here. This reply doesn’t work. I’ve been frustrated over the last 6 months by the lack of bluetooth audio support by Zoom.
I had to buy some USB headphones to have zoom calls. But of course the USB headphones are over the ear. I’ve experienced similar problems since some time in October.
If I try to record a meeting, I get a message saying the recording will be without audio as my microphone and speaker are not working properly, when I’m on a call no one can hear my voice and when connected to Bluetooth headphones Zoom periodically crashes when trying to enter a meeting.
Before October, the headphones worked fine with Zoom on the same laptop and OS, so they’re not incompatible with either and the fault is not with the headset, since it still works as expected with Telegram, Google and MS Teams calls. I don’t have other Bluetooth devices to test with and my built-in microphone stopped working last year; that’s why I have Bluetooth headphones. It seems in my case as though the problem was being caused by Zoom suddenly, for some reason, automatically using the A2DP audio sink, which then does not allow input from the headset microphone.
PS: To whomever maintains these forums, I posted this message before, it’s my first message on the community and it then took me to a place to choose a username, and once I’d done so, my post disappeared.
This is immensely infuriating, as I’d spent a long time writing the post and now had to rewrite it. Please write proper software that asks a new user to select a username before they write their first post! Having the same issue – using an M5 Mpow Pro headset, fully updated Windows 10, most current version of Zoom client. Zoom, please help!!! This is a serious problem that started around months ago and I just realized I am not the only one.
There must be millions of users thinking it’s just them as well. This must be fixed ASAP. Wired headsets are not a solution they work – so many people work with Zoom from home and need to roam around if needed. I am facing the same issue with Bluetooh freezing zoom! Both these devices work perfectly fine when using any other system audio or Google Meet. I am using a latest Dell Latitude laptop with fully patched Win 10 and most upto date Zoom app. With so many people complainig about this and Zoom does not seem to have any answers!
This is frustrating! I have to drop back to an old USB based headset where only one earphone works. Zoom updated their client about weeks ago and caused this. The fact that they aren’t fixing it is horrendous. There are a lot of people with the same issue.
I told you back in November that these solutions didn’t work. I followed the troubleshooting steps 6 times, and even factory reset my computer twice, to no avail.
Whatever the case, here are some ways to fix your headphones on Zoom so you can keep chatting. This might sound obvious, but sometimes your headphones have a mute button for the microphone. If yours do, try clicking the mute button to see if they unmute. Another common issue is a failed Bluetooth connection. Browse Search. Ask a question. User profile for user: srinivas srinivas Question: Q: Question: Q: Airpods not working for Zoom meetings Airpods show as connected on my Mac but don’t hear any audio when I connect to my meetings through zoom.
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