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I would suggest turning off your phone and headset. Turn your phone back
on and put the headset into pairing mode (the headset needs to be
turned off when starting the pairing mode) pull up your menu on your
Bluetooth phone and try reconnecting the two again.
Below is the Explorer 320 User's Guide for more information.
You probably cannot. Some bluetooth devices act like phones, and others act like earpieces. The Garmin acts like an earpiece to offer a hands-free speakerphone while driving. Your Jabra earpiece wants to pair with a phone, not other earpiece-type device.
Unfortunately....YOU CANT send anything by way of Bluetooth. I love this phone & this is the one thing i HATE. Used to do it all time on my old phone,I even called Tmobile Tech support. They said No go..Thats the only flaw in this phone. They said it will recognize the devices which mine did also. The only thing it can do is bluetooth earpieces..But Sending/Sharing with Bluetooth----NO Can Do..Call tech support if ya like they will tell you same thing. I was soooo dissappointed. I used to share files & such with my friends like that.
If you are trying to connect using bluetooth you can browse the phone.
Go to system preferences and then click on bluetooth at the bottom
right of this window
underneath the plus sign is "show Bluetooth status in the menu bar",
click on this and it will make it easier to connect to your phone the
next time you want to connect. Now click on the plus sign (+) this will
bring up the Bluetooth Setup Assistant. click on continue select mobile
phone. The blue tooth will start scanning (please ensure that your blue
tooth is switched on your phone and ensure that it is discoverable).
Hope this helps.
You can have the two devices connected, but still get your sound through the phone. During a call (maybe call your voicemail or an automated number, just to make a call) try holding down the answer/end button on the earpiece until it beeps, and see if the sound switches from the phone to the earpiece. You can also try pressing the speakerphone button on your phone during a call to switch the call to the earpiece.
Do you have the Jabra bluetooth part that goes into your computer? You have to go to your phone settings under bluetooth and make it sync up. Your phone will sync, not your headset. You are trying to sync the wrong thing.
there is normally a switch on the front of the laptop or a function key on the keypad to turn on/off the bluetooth, so check both and also when you turn it on, ensure in the the settings that the laptop is discoverable to other bluetooth devices, as your phone wont find it otherwise.
If bluetooth is enabled on your notebook it should apear in control panel, so go to my computer>right click to properties>hardware tab>device manager, and look down the list for network adapters and click on the '+' sign and see if your blutooth adapter isnt dissabled with a red cross, if so right click anf select enable or has no driver installed; showing a yellow exclamation mark, if so right click and select update driver.