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Can't get my computer to discover my s9 headphones. There are no other BT devices connected. The blue light is on...

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  • cuffydog Mar 30, 2009

    thanks.  what's weird is that it works sometimes, and other times not at all.  i'm trying to use it with an ipod touch and an irevo (i think that's the name) adapter.

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What bluetooth adapter are you using on your computer? Get the manual for the S9 from the Motorola web site: it will tell you that the blue light is related to mono voice/microphone, and flashing green is all about stereo musioc, no microphone. 
So what are you trying to do with your S9?
On your computer it can be hands-free, or a stereo headset. It has two personalities, and you should see the two modes in your bluetooth configuration screen on the PC.
From what I see in the Motorola manual, if you click the right ear button for "Play/pause" it is supposed to kick the headset into A2DP stereo playback. 

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