Do not disturb ? Hi guys... I use the NFC Easy Connect while using your in ear sport headphones. Obviously, during my workout, I put my phone on "do not disturb mode". When someone calls, my phone remains silent, but the NFC Easy Connect bluntly cuts of the music and keeps on ringing in my ears while I am trying to enjoy some "me time". Is there any way either to have the NFC app recognize the "do not disturb" mode or to cut it of from the phone all together (I never use my sports headphones for phonecalls)?
Useless in USA w/ galaxy S4 and ax6000 Wtf Sony Get it together already! You offer the latest tech in your camera but stone age apps that are worthless, time consuming and a pain in my F*cking A$$. I HATE wasting hours of my life TYPING IN MY USER NAME. REMEMBER ME ALREADY. SCANER HAS NEVER WORKED. EITHER DOES DIRECT CONNECT. ANNOYING
Crashtastic Detects my headset and automatically crashes when I try to connect (z3 compact to Sony btn200 headset) indescribably pathetic and frustrating.
2 star for idea Doesn't work, I have Sony Xperia z3c abs Sony swr50 and guess what nfc doesn't work you have to turn on Bluetooth every time, hoped this would fix it - it didn't!!!
Trouble Pairing with S3: 3 things you should know (based on my experience): 1 - S3 never saw the device while in the otterbox. Had to completely disassemble the otterbox to get the S3 to "see" the device.. 2 - Wouldn't pair using NFC - I kept getting "would you like to pair ..." message followed by "failed to pair" message. Curiously (and perhaps not related) that failed to pair message was followed by 2 additional messages about resetting bluetooth volume and restoring my media volume. Uninstalled bluetooth volume and had no effect. 3 - Finally, I said "NO" to "would you like to pair ..." message. I was immediately asked again if I wanted to pair. I said "YES" and it finally paired.
Nexus 7 and nexus5 Sony sw2 andsony3 One great big piece of carnage from Sony utterly useless should not be in the Google play store junk junk junk👹👹👹👹👹👹👹👹
Personalize your headset when listening to music, during a call or on the go.
Use any NFC tag and other triggers to start multiple functions on your device!