I'm unable to find information on whether this app only works with wired headset or also with Bluetooth (wireless). It works with wired but with bluetooth and debug enabled to messages due to buttons are registered. Would you please be kind and confirm if it works with Bluetooth or not. And if it should work with Bluetooth, any idea as to why it doesn't? Using a pair of Beats by Dre urbeats wireless (in-ear)
Volume down works! Finally I found an app that turns the volume down! You can either set one click to start "volume control" to reach a low volume before stopping volume control at the desired level with another click. Or you can set one click to a Tasker task that sets the volume to zero, before turning the volume up with double clicks. Will definitively buy the full version. Long press doesn't work for me, still I'm happy with this app.
Works with my Sony H.ear headset Works so much better than the Sony designed app. I don't feel limited by the trial version but purchased the app because I want to support this. This allows me to control my phone calls and music completely with just the single button on my headset.
My official Samsung headphones work at last Love this app. It has made my earphones work with triple click for previous track and long press for voice command. Strangely both should work on my s7 edge with default earphones without a third party app but seems like Samsung software is very dodgy.
Cool It's a cool idea and works for the most part except when you click and hold, it goes into Google now or the Google app thing, instead of working properly. Please fix this. Thsts my only problem
Work perfect on Nexus 6 Such a great app and works flawlessly with a single button earphones on Motorola Nexus 6. Only issue is Google Voice search but thats Googles fault and not the apps.
* Pressy mode support for Marshmallow (Android 6)
* JellyBean/KitKat/Lollipop: The long press commands of the center button are reserved by Google Now and cannot be configured with this app.
* Headset Button Controller cannot support the separate volume control buttons on the iPhone headset - this is a limitation of the Android framework.