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The static noise may be caused by dust! To clean it out spray some Servisol video 40 into the volume control and move it up and down. If it goes away it was just dust.
The mic is another thing. The only thing I can think off ist that it's got switched off somehow on your laptop. Or either the control panel slider for microphone input is set to low?
You can get Servisol from Radioshack USA or Maplin UK or that type of shop.
If you go in to your phones menu you will find a bluetooth snyc tool. The phone should pick up the signal if the earpiece is turned on. One thing this multifunction button does NOT do is turn the unit on and off. The entire switch itself slides up and down. There are times when you simply don’t want to bother with the earpiece, change wireless headphones, or don’t want to risk accidental calls. So the slider switch is a much easier way to keep track of whether or not the H670 is on or off than waiting for a blinking blue light that may never come. Have a great day.
Check this link - i think your question is answered quite well;
Sorry if not great news - these are the guys to contact for more info or to complain - please do or we will never stop this sort of thing;
Hope it helps some :)