Xbox 360 Bluetooth headset - Bluetooth Connection problem

I hope it is ok to ask about the xbox 360 wireless headset's Bluetooth functionality on this forum, It sais for questions relating to console or accessories and It is a xbox 360 accessory.


So I purchased a Bluetooth receiver for my PC so I can use the Wireless headset on both PC and Xbox.

The headset has a switch for Xbox and Bluetooth modes.

My PC recognizes the headset in --> Devices and Printers as "Xbox Bluetooth headset".
The problem I'm having is I don't think the Bluetooth connects, even though it's recognized the headset.
When I first tried to connect it asked me to "pair" the headset which I did
I chose the option "Pair without using a passkey"
In sounds and audio devices under Sound --> Recording : It shows the  headset as always "disconnected"
When I hit connect it does connect to the device.
However the speech recognition in Control Panel --> Ease of access --> speech recognition 
It doesn't recognize when I talk, Same in the Sound recorder program on the PC, It doesn't pick up my voice.
I also get no PC sound through the headset.
As for the headset itself it it lights up a blue ring and flashes, and eventually turns itself off.
Can someone tell me what the problem is?
I think its a connection issue?
Any help would be greatly appreciated
 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 10 Applies to:

You will have to use the pass key "0000" to pair the headset with your PC, don't forget to press and hold the discoverable button near the ear piece

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But i already paired it, How do I unpair it?

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Hmm, what if you just right-click disconnect through the Bluetooth settings?  Also, I know it sounds pretty basic, but have you restarted the computer lately?  Sometimes that can shake the connection into behaving.

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