The BT3030 is suppose to be a multi point bluetooth headphone. I can't connect two devices at the same time. I am trying to connect my ipod and phone together. I can connect independently but not together.
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Re: Connecting two devices on BT3030 headphones
If the dogtag is paired to BOTH devices connect the phone last and make sure that it is only connecting to the dogtag for Headset and NOT STEREO BLUETOOTH because that is what your mp3 player is doing. and you cant have both connect to stereo bluetooth
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Bluetooth is a wireless technology that allows devices to communicate via high-frequency radio signals. Bluetooth headphones are just one of the many devices designed to work with portable music devices as well as ordinary phones. With Bluetooth headphones, you can listen to music as well as make and receive calls--all from the same device. Connecting them is a snap.
Turn on your cell phone. Enable Bluetooth by accessing your phone's general or network settings. Your phone will search for Bluetooth signals in the area--they are usually denoted by a small icon displayed on the screen. If you don't know how to turn on Bluetooth or aren't sure whether your phone supports Bluetooth technology, refer to your phone's user guide.
Turn on your Bluetooth headphones while near your cell phone. Turning on a Bluetooth-enabled device will usually put it in pairing mode, meaning it is actively searching for a device to connect to. Since your phone also is actively searching for a Bluetooth device, it should find it right away and prompt you to connect to it. It may ask for a password--refer to your headset's user manual for the default password and how to change it.
Test your connection. Once your headset is paired, the phone will usually start sending calls and audio to it without any additional configuration. Some phones may prompt you and ask which device to use. Try making calls and/or playing music. If you hear music from only one ear, your phone may not support stereo Bluetooth. If you don't hear anything, re-pair the headphones. Power off your phone and headphones, then turn them back on and repeat steps 1 and 2.
I finally solved this problem. Buy a CSR v4.0 enabled bluetooth dongle
on ebay, plug it in to a usb slot. Right click the bluetooth icon in
system tray and select "Settings" and tick "Allow bluetooth devices to
find this computer." Then click "add a device",
turn on your bluetooth headphones and the headphones will show up in
bluetooth devices. Add the device, then right click your speaker icon in
the system tray, select playback devices. From the menu, select the
headphones and set them as default. I did this
and they work perfectly. Furthermore when I turn the headphones off,
the sound goes back to normal speakers - no other adjustments made. Turn
the headphones on again and the sound defaults to them. I noticed on an
earlier failed install of the headphones when
they did appear in Devices and Printers that the drivers were CSR
something enabled. I did try some cheaper dongles and the actual
Plantronics USB dongle(expensive) to no avail. Get a CSR 4.0 enabled
device. Mine cost 6.00AU total.
Hi, In some states, hands free driving is the law. In order to avoid a ticket you need to talk on your cell phone with a bluetooth headset or speaker or with a headset that attaches directly into the phone. Bluetooth headsets are popular for this and other reasons but connecting it to your phone can be confusing. Here are some steps to help you connect your bluetooth device to your cell phone.
Things You'll Need:
* Bluetooth headset * Bluetooth capable cell phone
Read the owners manual for your bluetooth device. You will need to find the code to pair your headset to your phone. This code is usually 0000 (those are zeroes) but verify before you proceed.
Enter your bluetooth option on your cell phone. These can be found in your menu under "bluetooth," "connections," "settings," or something similar.
Turn on your bluetooth headset and put it in pairing mode. Pairing mode means the bluetooth is ready to be found by your cell phone. To pair your headset, follow the owners manual for your specific bluetooth model.
Select "add device" or "search for new device" from your cell phone. Your cell phone will then search for your bluetooth. Once it is found, or discovered, you will need to enter the pairing code (most likely 0000, check your manual to verify).
Select "connect" to finalize the connection if the bluetooth headset didn't connect automatically after the pairing code was entered. Make a test call with your bluetooth in your ear to ensure it is connected properly.
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Your headset can be used as stereo headphones or a wireless microphone for a bluetooth enabled device like a cell phone or a computer. When you plug the headphones into a device with the 3.5mm jack the headset automatically turns into stereo headphones and disables the microphone(headphone mode). It sounds like whatever device your headset is connected to via bluetooth is using the wireless microphone protocol where sound only comes through the one speaker and the microphone is on(microphone mode). The bluetooth protocol settings of your device may have been changed accidentally. You will need to go into the bluettoth settings of your device you are using with your headset and change the protocol. If it is a cell phone you will need to go into the bluetooth settings in the settings menu. If it is a computer your can adjust the bluetooth settings in the control panel.
You can download the pdf file of your instruction manual for your headset here
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1 Turn on your phone’s or device’s Bluetooth® feature. 2 With the headphones powered off, press and hold the Power/Pairing button until the LED indicator flashes blue and red. 3 Use the phone or device menu to search for the Bluetooth headphones and select 9xxBackBeat. See your phone’s or device’s user guide for more information. 4 If prompted, enter 0000 for the PIN code/passkey. Some phones also require that you accept the connection. Pairing is successful when the LED indicator flashes blue. (from plantronics website) -The Determined Observer (TheDeterObs)
1 Turn on your phone’s or device’s Bluetooth® feature. 2 With the headphones powered off, press and hold the Power/Pairing button until the LED indicator flashes blue and red. 3 Use the phone or device menu to search for the Bluetooth headphones and select 9xxBackBeat. See your phone’s or device’s user guide for more information. 4 If prompted, enter 0000 for the PIN code/passkey. Some phones also require that you accept the connection. Pairing is successful when the LED indicator flashes blue.