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To see if the problem is with your bluetooth connection, try sending and recieving files with your bluetooth. If it is successful, then try borrowing 1 jabra device and test it with your phone. The bluetooth connection and the jabra device are the problems I can see since you said it worked once.
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In this case check the volume of you're Handheld, If it is low, Increase the volume and check still if it is not working you need to walk into the service center to check the speaker of you're Handheld.
I have the env Touch and the Jabra Halo. Initially, I had a problem pairing the two, then I realized that I was not following the directions properly. The manual shows two sections for pairing ("first time pairing" and "later pairing"). I was following the instructions for the former when I should have been following the latter. I also failed to notice that the BT indicator was flashing blue and not solid blue, as it needs to be, for pairing mode. So, if you haven't already done so, follow the instructions for "later pairing" here. Make sure that you see the SOLID blue light on the BT indicator on the headset when you try to pair.
My advice would be to re-pair the two devices. In the Bluetooth menu on you phone find 'paired devices' and delete the headset from the list. Next you will need to put the Bluetooth headset into pairing mode. Make sure it is switched off and then press and hold the power button on the headset and keep pressing it ( some headsets need to also have the up volume button pressed at the same time). What should happen is either a solid blue light of alternate flashing of two colours. (pairing mode varies on different headsets and you made need instructions or call Jabra) At this point on the phone in the Bluetooth menu search new devices. It should find your headset and request pairing code. Code should be '0000' or some headsets use '1234'. This should now set up a fresh pairing and work again. Hope that helps.
The internal screen settings only adjust volume of ringer, the external button on side adjusts ear piece/hand set volume. If the volume buttons do not turn up the volume of the hand set then the handset is defective
i am having microphone problems. the person i am talking to cant hear anything as its volume is too less. when i record anything in sound recorder, the stuff is recorded but the volume is low that i cant hear anything during playback