So… I bought them this morning, I’ve just received them… and I have to say that they definitely CAN’T connect to more than one device simultaneously… I’ve got an android Google Pixel 3, some other older android devices, an iPhone 6s and a quite new Win10 VAIO laptop… The moment you connect the earbuds to any of them, you can’t connect any of the others…
@elmo41683, I’m quite curious how is it possible you can do it… Let me rephrase what I understood from your:
- You are connected to your mac, listening to music…
- Then you receive a call in your Galaxy S9… Can you answer the call from your earbuds? Are you sure? Are you sure you don’t need to do anything in your S9 so you can talk through your earbuds?
For this to be possible, when they are connected to a device, you should be able to see them from other device, and then do the (second) connection… and that’s not the case. My current cheap Hollyhigh earbuds work this way. Even when you connect the second device you can hear a voice saying “second device connected”. BUT… the battery last less than 2 hours and they’re NEW.
I can, and I will return the Anker ones tomorrow, but it’s really a pity, because they sound really great, they’ve got good range, they’re comfortable, and also they’re definitely beautiful… but multiple connection is a must for me.