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27 August 2016 - 2732 Views
ReSound LiNX, Enzo, LiNX², and Enzo², and Beltone First, Legend, Boost, & Boost+ hearing aids work well with compatible Android phones. However, with Android there is no A2DP stereo streaming. From the ReSound Smart Hearing Aid Compatibility page:ReSound Smart is compatible with the following Android devices**:Please note: Direct stereo streaming, which is available via the iOS platform, is not currently available through Android platforms at this time. Android users can stream stereo audio using the ReSound Unite Phone Clip+ which allows you to... Read more
08 May 2017 - 4207 Views
The current answer is "No" - at least not in the way they are meant to work. You can't stream audio or answer cell phone calls. However, you can access the remote app function. Apparently, this is an Android issue, in that the Android devices are not yet able to access the version of Bluetooth technology used by the Opn devices and Apple iPhones.
01 November 2016 - 11512 Views
Nearly all hearing aids currently on the market from every manufacturer can stream music from an Android, or any other smart phone that has bluetooth capability. You will need to have a bluetooth accessory item which will be paired with the phone as well as the hearing aids. There are several manufacturers (Resound, Starkey, and Oticon) that have models which do not require an extra accessory, however this direct streaming functionality only works with iphones at the present time.
An app that will stream live TV through your devices is called Tunity. It will be of help when you are not at home.