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February 29th, 2012, 03:47 PM #1
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Headphones to USB adapter- sensor
I have USB adapters for my computers that allows me to use my headphones with USB connection when headphone jacks aren't available. When I leave the USB adapter plugged in all the time, it doesn't sense when headphones are or aren't connected when I plug things in or unplug.
Is there a way to have a USB adapter sense when something is/isn't connected to it and subsequently send that signal to my device?
I know there are headphones that come USB-ready. I am looking for a solution to the specific scenario described above.
March 1st, 2012, 06:06 AM #2When I leave the USB adapter plugged in all the time, it doesn't sense when headphones are or aren't connected when I plug things in or unplug.
You could try opening Device Manager - Click on the USB Controller and then do ACTIONS->Scan for Hardware ChangesAlcohol does not make you FAT! ....It makes you LEAN.....
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