I have the jays5 headset and could not get the 3 button mode work with HTC m9. Whatever settings I do, it keeps doing what it wants. Upper and lower buttons just control volume, middle one skips track forward/backward. No double or triple click action or any other action possible with the buttons except the middle button only doing what I've just said.
Life brought to headset Coming from an iPhone, it bothered me that the Android headset that came with galaxy phones didn't have playback options besides play/pause. This app allows you to set double and triple clicks to next and previous song respectively. If only there was a way to skip forward and backward...
JAYS Headset Control works *completely* on my Moto G after a number of other headset-control apps failed. A digression on the fun and frolic of attempting to use a headset on a moto G: 1 - you probably already know but the Moto G does not support 3-button headsets. On the other hand the Moto G does support the middle button on a three-button HTC headset. 2 - it is been my experience that the Moto G does not support Samsung single button headsets and, surprisingly, Motorola single button handsets. YMMV.
The best I really like this app. I love the fact that it gives me control over my music player. I just wish that it could override the default google long press. And also, can't you make a notification bar icon? It awkward seeing that blank space up there.
Doesn't work on Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo Apart from starting & stopping playback nothing works (no volume control, no skip fwd or back, ...). Also Samsung's apps seem to interfere with it. When I stop a podcast (using Pocket Casts), Samsung's Music player starts...
Triple-clicks are only recognized intermittently: the headset monitor recognizes them every time, but Google Play Music doesn't seem to always pick up on them. Instead, it just skips the track. I'm using the default timings. Advertising volume control as a feature on single-button headsets seems a bit disingenuous: something like 90% of Android users are on 4.1+. Why advertise a feature I wasn't expecting to have when you're just going to disappoint and/or confuse (the note that it won't work unless you're on Ice Cream Sandwich or below isn't exactly prominent) a strong majority of users? For free, it's pretty good, and my headphones are much more useful now that I have the app, but 'just OK' (the text which appears when I hit three stars) more-or-less sums up my feelings.
* Fixed issue with headset clicks not being detected on some Android ROMs
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