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a2dp-connect2

This separate widget is going away. Instead it is now integrated into A2DP Volume starting with version 2.13.0.0. Become a tester here https://play.google.com/apps/testing/a2dp.Vol and get that app now. See details of how to use the widget here: https://github.com/jroal/a2dpvolume/wiki/Widgets

This is a simple widget (not an app) to connect/disconnect from A2DP Bluetooth sinks. That is all it does.

To use it:
  1. Install from Play Store

  2. Pair your Bluetooth devices using Android settings

  3. Turn Bluetooth ON

  4. Place an instance of this widget on your home screen (launcher dependent on how you do this)

  5. Click it to connect a device, again to disconnect.

The widget will connect if the device is currently not connected, and disconnect if the device is currently connected.

This app is a mess. I have numerous timing and cross thread problems and need a real developer to help me architect this correctly. I integrated this widget into A2DP Volume instead of having it be a separate executable.

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