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Why are all of my Bluetooth headsets saying: "Your device is disconnect?"

When I connect them, they use the grammatically correct phrase: "Your device is connected."

But on disconnects it says "disconnect" instead of "disconnected." Different headsets from different manufacturers and all of them are doing that on different devices.

Is there something in the Bluetooth specs that requires that grammar error, similar to the orthographic mistake in the referrer header?

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  • 4
    Weird. My headphone says "disconnected."
  • 2
    Mine just makes sound of car engine turning on/off.
  • 5
    I don't care what they say, I just wish it wasn't so loud that I have to take them off when I'm expecting the sound.
  • 2
    I would guess they use the same bluetooth module
  • 1
    It makes no sense, but maybe somehow the fact that "your device disconnect" is correct (I think not a native English speaker)
  • 4
    Mine with a thick Chinese accent:
    Your bluewoot de-wise is ready to pearl.
  • 1
    Bluetooth is a shit pik protocol that's need to die
  • 0
    Same reason the Cinema places looks great when coming in, but total shit when you get out after the movie.

    Fuck. I miss going to the movies.
  • 0
    @GiddyNaya I've used some of those haha. Tbh I'd rather have them in correct Mandarin, at least that way I'd understand
  • 1
    Because Chinglish ain't consistent.
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