Posted September 11, 2018 05:18:49BMW’s 7 Series is notorious for having terrible Bluetooth performance.
Its the reason why you won’t be able to talk to your family and friends on your phone or your car.
But thanks to some nifty software, it may soon be possible to fix that, as the automaker is now introducing a new Bluetooth app that can turn your phone into a Bluetooth-equipped speaker.
The app, called Bluetooth 7.0 Performance, is available for free on the Google Play Store.
It works by enabling a feature called “Bluetooth Dynamic Performance,” which can allow your phone to dynamically change its frequency, impedance, and volume level depending on what is happening on the other end.
When the app first launched, the only Bluetooth speaker that was supported was the Samsung Galaxy S5’s Bluetooth Speaker.
However, Samsung’s support for Bluetooth Dynamic Performance was cut off in 2017, so the 7 Series can’t be used with Samsung phones anymore.
But the app works with other Samsung phones, including the Samsung Note 4, which was introduced in 2018.
The Note 4 can also work with the Sony Xperia Z5, which is the most recent Samsung phone to support Bluetooth Dynamic Audio.
Bluetooth Dynamic Speaker on the Samsung S5 and other Samsung smartphones.
The 7 Series will also support the Samsung One, but it’s not yet available for testing.
To test the app, you need to download the Bluetooth 7 Performance app from the Play Store, and then go to the Settings menu, and turn on Bluetooth.
It’ll then ask you if you want to connect your phone as a Bluetooth speaker.
If you say “yes,” the app will connect and ask you to choose the Bluetooth type you want.
If you don’t see the Bluetooth Speaker option, tap “Add” and then “Bluewear.”
You’ll see a list of Bluetooth speakers that work with your phone, and you’ll need to select a Bluetooth device to use the app with.
If your phone is a compatible Bluetooth speaker, it’ll be paired with the app automatically.
If not, the app should still be able get it working.
The best part is that you can adjust the Bluetooth Dynamic Range for the Bluetooth speaker and the phone as you see fit.
You can even set the phone’s frequency, and adjust its volume, to adjust its Bluetooth performance, which should give you a little more bass to your phone’s speaker.
Here’s how you can do it.
First, open up the Bluetooth Settings app on your iPhone.
If the Bluetooth settings on your device aren’t showing up, make sure the app is active and turn it off.
Tap the Bluetooth button on the top right corner of the screen, and the app needs to be on the list of enabled devices.
Select “Audio Settings.”
Here, you can turn Bluetooth Dynamic Dynamic Performance on or off.
If Bluetooth Dynamic is on, your phone will automatically be paired to the Bluetooth device.
If Bluetooth Dynamic isn’t on, you’ll have to manually select the Bluetooth receiver from your phone.
If it’s a compatible device, the Bluetooth dynamic range will be set to match the speaker’s volume, and your phone won’t get a bass boost from the speaker.
You’ll have the option to adjust the Dynamic Range to match what your phone does with the speaker, or to leave it at the default value.
If the Dynamic range is set to “auto,” the phone will not automatically get the boost, and there won’t need to be a manual adjustment.
You could even choose to keep the Dynamic value to the default of “auto.”
In the Bluetooth Performance app, tap the “Add to Car” button.
Here you can change the Bluetooth Bluetooth Dynamic range, and it will automatically set the Bluetooth audio volume to match your phone volume.
If there’s no Bluetooth Dynamic volume, tap a checkmark beside the Dynamic level to turn it on.
Finally, turn Bluetooth Performance off.
The Bluetooth Performance settings should work, so go ahead and enable Bluetooth Dynamic for the device you’re using.