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John Memeo

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Is there a way in the phone application running on windows to change the default speakers to a bluetooth option?
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Jan Pejša

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try this:

1. quit the application
2. connect your bluetooth speakers to computer (and also check if it is avalailable in your system as output device and is working at least in some another application)
3. run the Kerio Phone application
4. go to Settings (click in the top right corner) - Sound and Video
5. here you can change Ringing and Speakers options - when the option is not available to select, you can change only the default in your system - in this case only system settings can be changed


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John Memeo

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That's exactly the issue - even after restarting the app, using the web plugin even elicits the same result. The solution can't be to change the default speaker option in the system. We can't expect our user base to do that every time they want to make a phone call, can we?
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Jan Pejša

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In this case you have to change the default speaker in your operating system - the API of the chromium/chrome doesn't allow this (I checked this about half year ago and we are using in the Kerio Phone app such version or the chromium/chrome)
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