Connecting Muse 2016 to Windows 10


#21

This looks closer it asks to select a file… What file would I have created to now select?


#22

The Online Charts are for viewing Muse Monitor recordings in CSV format.


#23

Hello Enigma644,
it doesn’t really help to promote your app every second line. People in this thread want their Muse to be connected with their Win 10 for several reasons. I f.e. want to crunch the data via python in realtime others want it for different things. Its nice that Muse Monitor is doing a good job, and it does (have it installed on my phone). But the question is not, does it work with muse-monitor. The question is, why doesn’t it work with Win 10? And also muse direct doesn’t connect to my 2016 device. By the way - is the support reading?


#24

@clearseven I apologise if you feel I’m just doing advertising; that’s not my intention. I completely agree that the Muse should just work with Windows, but the fact of the matter is that it doesn’t always, so I was offering my workaround solution. Unfortunately, I think it’s the nature of the PC environment with so many different hardware combinations that the cause of the problem.
Please note that this thread is 6 months old now. If you look at the newer threads, you’ll see that I did eventually find a USB Bluetooth device which works with the Muse and linked it for people. This is the one I bought from China, and took about 4 weeks to arrive to me in Canada! I just looked on Amazon and found this one which appears to have the same markings as mine, if you want to get it delivered faster. I can’t guarantee it’ll work for you, but it’s working on both my custom build desktop and my Dell XPS Laptop.