Cannot Voice Dial from Bluetooth H700, Address book won't transfer
Bluetooth device Motorola H700 worked fine and was able to voice dial, then it stopped. Removed the bluetooth device and paired again. Bluetooth works fine if I dial from blackberry, but when I push the "talk" button on bluetooth, phone screen says "initializing, please wait" and never prompts for a command and screen never changes. When I tried to manually 'transfer address book, got error message: Unable to locate object push server.
Also, just started: Call log will not reflect any entries, although it is set for all.
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Yes there is a voice recording and it is device. Press voice speed dial for 3 second and you will get a voice recording menu and click recording record button. Instant press on this button works for speed dial a long .... and it will work
Support for Bluetooth headsets is the real innovation here. Though BlackBerry devices have packed in phones for years, holding them up to your head has always felt and looked awkward. Because the 7290 paired easily with our Logitech and Nokia Bluetooth headsets, that's now much less of an issue. Unfortunately, the 7290 doesn't support voice dialing, so you'll still have to pull out your BlackBerry in order to dial. There's also no support for the Bluetooth dial-up modem profile and no Bluetooth file transfer. Phone calls are clear, although there's no speakerphone.
The 7920 does not have a speakerphone.
Hi, i'm not sure what the Mac has to do with your Headset. You can register your blue tooth headset with any device that supports bluetooth. In fact, you can use your headset with multiple devices. Even your Mac can use bluetooth to connect to a headset (if you have bluetooth turned on, and not all Macs have factory bluetooth).
To 'register' your headset with the Treo is a two step process. on the Treo, make sure bluetooth connectivity is turned on, then you should have a menu that allows you to find/enroll a new bluetooth device. Before you tell it to find a bluetooth device, turn on your headset. Now tell the Treo to search for devices. If it doesn't find your headset, then press and hold the button on the side and it will send out signals that your Treo will see. The Treo might give you a password code and ask you to confirm this is the device you want to synch to. Usually '0000', but in any case say yes, so long nobody else is around trying to do the same thing you are within 30'. That should do it. I don't think the Treo has voice recognition, which makes dialing on my Nokia a breeze, for true hands-free operation, nothing beats it. Also note, the Treo has been know to have issues loosing bluetooth connectivity with the headset and not reconnecting with a re-boot. so long you keep the two devices near each other, this shouldn't be a problem. stephen
= One thing you need first =
Bluetooth capable phone [that supports bluetooth dialing]:
Not all phones do this, even the ones with Bluetooth. My Motorola V551 worked fine with bluetooth dialing. My new Samsung does not, even though the palm and the phone recognize each other. With my Samsung, I can only send and receive contact info.
So say you have a BT phone that supports BT diailing...
===setup your phone and palm===
In Palm Applications
Ensure BT is on and that your Palm is Discoverable and has a Name
Select "Setup Devices"
Select "Phone Setup"
Select "Phone Connection"
Follow through the setup guide and you should be nearly set.
Once complete, exit back to Applications
==dial a contact==
goto Contacts (or press the contacts button)
select a contact so you see the contacts vCard info on screen
at the top center of the screen select the palm icon.
select the number for quick connect.
you should then be in business