Question about Motorola Mobility HS850 Consumer Headset
Here is the link to the user manual; http://www.motorola.com/Hellomoto/Master%20Lists/Product%20Manuals/Static%20Files/US-EN/HS850%20Bluetooth%20Headset%20User%20Guide.pdf Check pages 27 and 28, describes all the possible on/off configurations for the signal light. during a call, you can turn it off by pressing volume up and volume down at the same time. If there is no activity on your phone for 5 minutes, it should turn off. What phone are you pairing the headset with? This link gives some more simplified instructions; http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/demos/headsets/index.html If you need the signal light permanently off, then it is not possible without modifying the headset - the easiest permanent way would be to paint over the signal light with a small brush and an appropriate dark coloured enamel paint. It may need 2 or 3 coats to completely block the light. This may possibly void the warranty. You could do the same thing with a piece of black pvc electrical tape cut to fit the light, if you want the option to change back later (probably also need redoing every couple of months). The warranty would not be affected with this method. Another possibility would be to open the unit up, and see where the signal light source LED is situated - don't remove it or disconnect it, but if the legs are long enough, you may be able to gently bend the LED out of the way of the little window to the outside. This would certainly void the warranty. Hope this helps, please ask again if you need more info :)
Posted on Jul 13, 2007
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