I just purchased the Jabra bT260s. They are fully charged. I also purchased a bluetooth dongle from amazon.. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0019SI266. With the software that came with the dongo I can recognize my headphones and it has them paired, but I don't hear anything from my Pc. I have played music using windows media player and tried everything. I can hear the hardware noises inside the Jabras when I press one of the hardware buttons, but I don't hear any music. Please help!
You may need to change your output sound device. The method may vary depending on your software and hardware, but go to Start -> Control Panel -> Sound (I think. Doing this from memory, so might be slightly off). There should be a Devices or Output tab. Change that to your bluetooth headset. You will probably need to restart WMP before you hear music, too.
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Try playing other audio files. Ensure that audio can play fine from the same audio device when using a headphone.
If Step 1 is not the case, try listening to audio by connecting the speaker to the Bluetooth device using the Aux-in cable. This will isolate if it's a Bluetooth connection issue or not. Remember to disconnect/un-pair the Bluetooth connection first.
If the issue only happens when connecting via Bluetooth, do the following:
Adjust the distance between the speaker and the Bluetooth device.
Reset the speaker to its factory default settings. For instructions on how to reset your speaker, go to the product's support site to view the relevant knowledgebase article.
Clear the current pairing entry from your Bluetooth device. For instructions on how to clear the pairing entries, consult the user's manual of your Bluetooth device.
Try re-pairing the speaker and the Bluetooth device. For instructions on how to pair the speaker with the Bluetooth device, go to the product's support site to view the relevant knowledgebase article.
To further isolate, try pairing the speaker with other Bluetooth device.
If the issue happens when connecting either on Bluetooth or Aux-in, please contact Creative Customer Support via email.
Note: Creative Bluetooth speakers do not need any driver to operate. You may need to update the Bluetooth driver of your computer's built-in Bluetooth adapter or your USB dongle. To determine whether your computer or USB dongle is updated with the latest Bluetooth driver, please refer to their user's guide or website for information.
I think what you are asking is how to connect the headphones to the iphone via Bluetooth.
switch on the headphones Bluetooth....go to general settings in iphone ... Switch on iphone Bluetooth....then choose detect devices....when it finds the headphones... Click "pair" ...it will let you know if pairing was successful.once it remembers the device you won't need to do all that again next time you want to use the headphones.now and again you will need to charge the headset up.
Could be. No battery has a lifetime forever. But perhaps you did not unplug it correct?
Try plugging it in and look if any light goes on when plugged in on the charger. You don't need it on the charger for a long time. Then unplug it an try to start it again. also check if all contacts on the Jabra and on the charge cable are clean and nothing can block the current.
easy put your phone or device on and the other device look for it in the scanning option and pair its normaly asks for a pin that is the pin they give you with the phone for the bluetooth option 00000 is standard
Possibly, but what operating system are you running? If XP you may have to plug the dongle in and reboot your PC. Windows will, if the dongle is ok, detect it and install the required drivers. The message "New hardware detected" will be diaplayed, and then "Your new hardware is installed and ready for use" The light should now light. If not, you may have a bad dongle. Is your headset wireless, or is it bluetooth?
Is this the first time you are pairing two Bletooth devices ? Is the security pin for your Samsung phone '0000' ? Usually, the code you have to enter on your phone to pair it with a Bluetooth headset or headphones is '0000' (the number 'zero' 4 times), unless Jensen's Bluetooth headphones use a different pin.