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  • bbrac

    HI,

     

    Unfortunetly the MySound app is only compatible with Android and iOS devices. I am not sure if the app will be compatible with Windows devices in the future, but if and when we do that will be posted on our site. 

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  • Ravsg
    Would be super awesome if jaybird makes windows 10 app.
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  • bgmkano

    I agree. I use Jaybird Freedom with my Windows 10 laptop and having the app would be very useful. With the UWP they could build one app that works on both Windows 10 and Windows Mobile 10 killing two birds with a stone.

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  • Ravsg
    True that. I use freedom on note 4 and have preferred certain presets but when switching to my MS Surface 3 the same preset is still there. But the default sound of surface is different and sounds very different to the same preset on note 4. Hope I'm making sense. So yeah windows 10 my sound app would be a win!
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  • rferreril

    I have a Windows 10 Mobile phone and a Windows 10 PC.  I am concerned regarding what to do for firmware upgrades?

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  • bbrac

    @Robert Ferrer Do you have another device that you can use the app with for upgrades?

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  • rferreril

    Unfortunately my only devices are Windows 10 based (mobile and PC).  I do have an iPod Nano, but I assume it is of no use in this situation (updating firmware).

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  • bbrac

    @Robert Ferrer Possibly not, unless you can download the app on that nano. If possible, do you know someone that might have a phone or device that can allow you to access our MySound app? That way you can receive the latest updates. 

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  • bgmkano

    @Beau Brace Excuse me if I interject something, but how is it possible that JayBird doesn't support a system (Windows 10) that is installed on at least 350 millions of devices? Asking a customer to acquire another device is unacceptable.

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  • bbrac

    @gIOVANNIMARIA bUSETTI I am sorry you feel that way. The headset will work just fine with Widows devices but the app is the only thing that will not. The app is only compatible with iOS and Android devices at the moment. 

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  • BrandonPorter5723

    I've been researching wireless earbuds for a while and pretty much decided on the X3's or the Freedoms. Thought the app was a really cool innovation since a lot of devices are locked to specific EQ settings. I understand the app only works on iOS and Android. I also only have a Windows PC (Surface Pro 4) and Windows Phone, both with Windows 10, and I know the earbuds themselves will work with those devices. However, my question is regarding the default EQ setting on the earbuds. Is it a flat EQ by default or is it some other preset? Just curious more than anything. Would also love to see some Windows love. A UWP app would be fantastic and there'd be a huge potential user base considering how many people have Windows 10 installed on PC's and laptops.

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  • bgmkano

    Still no news on a Windows 10 version?

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  • 00PRAVZ

    My Jaybird Freedom sound dull on my Razer Blade Pro laptop. They sound great on my iPhone 7 Plus thanks to the MySound app. It would be great to have this functionality in Windows 10 as well. 

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  • GreyBeardWolfe

    I upgraded from a Windows 7 to my new Windows 10 Laptop; and after 8 months I finally got my Jaybird Freedom headphones to work with it.

    The headphones will work for a bit IF I re-sync them. Every single time.

    Is there a way for me to know when I need to charge my headphones, other than when they just cut out?

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  • BrandonPorter5723

    It's all in the instructions. Depends on the device. On Windows devices (PC's and phones) there's no battery level indicator. On iOS devices (iPhone and iPod), there's a battery level indicator next to the Bluetooth icon in the top right. On Android, the only way to see the battery level is through the My Sound app. If connected to a device and not playing music, you can get the percentage level by pressing the volume up or down button. In standby mode you can press the volume up button and the LED light will flash. Green indicates more that 10%, red indicates below 10%.

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  • shakypuddin09

    BRING THE MY SOUND APP TO WINDOWS 10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     

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  • Foo313

    Must have windows 10 MyShound!!!!!!!!!!!

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