1. Tymboo's Avatar
    Ok this is what you have to do. Download the free Mobiola xPlayer from shapeservices.com Install this media player then go to settings. Select general and pick Bluetooth A2DP under Playback audio path, select save. Now go to your normal BB media player and select a MP3 song in the music folder. Once you hear music playing in your S9 speakers turn down the volume on the BB media player only! Not the S9 volume, now hit the red hang-up button on the BB. This should take you to your Main screen with the song still playing in the back ground, but with no sound!

    Now open you Mobiola xPlayer and start a video. You will now hear the sound on all your videos as long as the mp3 player is playing a song on the BB media player in the background. If the MP3 song stops this will stop the Video sound on the S9 as well. So I suggest putting your player on continue, or repeat. I'm going to just put a very long Mp3 song on my BB that I will use for this purpose only so I don't get any pauses after each song is finished.

    Hope this works as well for you all as it has for me. To be honest this it the only reason why I bought the S9 in the first place! To see and listen to my TV shows and videos on the train. There making me use my brain dang!!!

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    Last edited by Tymboo; 04-17-09 at 04:18 PM.
    04-16-09 02:09 PM
  2. shaggy17sc's Avatar
    Wish this worked for me. Every time I start the video with X it pauses the song. I'm in the same boat as you. The only reason I bought the S9 was for movies on here. Sucks that it does not work.

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    08-21-09 09:02 PM
  3. aprilsBB's Avatar
    Hi everyone,

    I am newbie BB user (Curve 8900) and had a great sales rep help me get audiobooks (with protection .wma) to convert these to .mp3s so I could put them on my BB.

    This has been great, except for the BB's lousy headphones -- too big for my eardrums and have broken already, anyway.

    I like the sound quality of the BB bluetooth and it's really comfortable for me to wear.

    What I need to know is how I can the music (i.e. talking books) to play thru my bluetooth.

    Would Tymboo's routing of video sound work for my situtation. I wanted to check before I try to replicate this answer; as it seemed a little complicated for me -- would there be a simpler answer to my problem?

    Any help you can offer would be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    A.
    08-21-09 10:45 PM
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