Re: Jabra BT620 Microphone dose not work with Soft Phone...
Well, I got the same problem the days before, and after some trying, I've solved.
I'm using the Toshiba bluetooth adapter, too. You see, when you want to make a new connection with your bluetooth device, you may either use the Express Mode or the Custom Mode. Go with the Custom Mode, then, there appears the Jabra BT620. After input the 0000 code, you may select the services from 3 options. There, you can find the headset or hands-free option.
Go with that, than you may have your Jabra BT620 as a microphone!
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I'm assuming you meant "Ipad2 cant find"
Some Bluetooth device cant be detected by The ipad as it states here in a review of the product
"We tested the iPad with several Bluetooth mono headsets, and while we were able to pair some of them with the iPad 2, we were unable to direct any of the iPad 2's audio to the headset, nor were we able to use the headset's microphone with applications that accept microphone input."
Does your computer have built in bluetooth? if yes,make sure you press and hold the stereo bluetooth till its steady blue,,not blinking blue. then on your pc, go the bluetooth section in control panel and search for devices. then you should see the Jabra Audio device.click on it to connect to the Jabra and use the passcode 0000.
After it connects, the steady blue should now be blinking blue. Then go to control panel, sound and you should see the Jabra there.Right click on it and click on set as default device. Now play any song and see if you still have it playing in your speakers.Let me know if it works.I have the same Jabra and its really works great.Especially when im working out and dont want no wires around me
either the headset is not supported by Vista, or you need to right click on both speaker icons, normally coloured red and black and in the properties you need to see if your headset is listed as one of the microphone input devices, if you need to make the Logitech headset the default mic and not the windows generic mic.
If you do not see it in the properties then it may not be recognised by Vista.