This app allows you to use the latest version of Windows 10 2004 (Bluetooth A2DP Sink) to play music from Bluetooth devices on your PC. For the app to work correctly, you must have a Bluetooth adapter and a playback device that supports A2DP, and pre-pair the devices in Settings - > Devices -> Bluetooth.
Note: this app is not a standalone Bluetooth stack (like CSR), it just uses the A2DP features added in the SDK 2004. Unfortunately, the developers did not provide features for transmitting AVRCP playback control, as well as for connecting devices using HSP/HFP profiles for calls (you can use the "Your phone" app for this), so this functionality is not possible. This will be implemented if Windows developers add this functionality to the SDK. UWP application (unlike classic Win32) does not supposed working in the background, so if it closed itself, check the permissions to work in the background: Settings - > Privacy -> Background applications
- bluetooth a2dp sink