So I’ve had lots of Windows 10 issues on multiple laptop when trying to play music via Bluetooth headphones or earpieces recently.
My headphones would cut out at seemingly random times and also when I clicked my mouse.
It turned out that both my [easyazon_link keywords=”rechargeable bluetooth headphones” locale=”US” tag=”bobmckay-20″]rechargeable bluetooth headphones[/easyazon_link] and my [easyazon_link keywords=”DodoCool Bluetooth earphones” locale=”US” tag=”bobmckay-20″]DodoCool Bluetooth earphones[/easyazon_link] have built-in microphones and by default, Windows 10 was enabling them as the default recording device. This in turn meant whenever the microphone picked up audio and and tried to process it, it caused the music to jitter on my laptop.
The solution in the end was very simple:
Right click on the volume control (bottom right hand corner of your screen)
Click Recording Devices
Right click your bluetooth headphones in the list of devices
You should end up with settings that look similar to this: