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Skullcandy Hesh 2 : one side of the headphones work in bluetooth mode but both work with the aux cable

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One day after charging my SkullCandy hesh 2 I noticed something bizarre, while connecting via bluetooth , only one side of the headsets work . However , when I put the aux cable sound comes from both sides normally
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Question by Umar 1:16pm, 11th February 2018

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Andy (Admin) responded : 11:36pm, 28th February 2019 (2 years ago)
Is this specific to a certain app ? If not what about when paired to another device ?

Cdric Lessard responded : 1:50am, 3rd October 2020 (2 months ago)
Its a small bug, just unplug the aux slowly while playing sounds, and it should work, if its not, try again until it work, it work for me

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