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Motorola S9 and Blackberry 8830

The S9 pairs and connects with the 8830. However, there is no sound coming from the headset.
Using the headset, I can change tracks for the songs.
It appears that the 8830 simply does not recognize the S9 as a stereo sound sink.
thanks
-Alexandre.

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  • agraco Dec 19, 2007

    Thank you for your response.

    According to the internet sites I have visited, the 8830 does support A2DP.

    For example, here is a copy / paste from the Bluetooth.com website:

    "The BlackBerry 8830 World Edition supports the Bluetooth®stereo audio profile (A2DP/AVRCP), so you can listen to music on a pair of Bluetoothheadphones."

    Would you have a suggestion to help?

    Thank you,
    -Alexandre.

  • agraco Dec 19, 2007

    I don't know how to instruct my Blackberry 8830 (World Edition) that the Motorola S9, a bluetooth device, is a stereo headset.

    thanks

  • agraco Dec 19, 2007

    Again, thank you for your efforts however, this is not working.

    1. I got the blackberry yesterday.
    2. I checked the version of my blackberry and it meets the requirements indicated in the "official update" link you provided.
    3. To be sure, I launched the Update Application, and the Blackberry software advised I was fully up to date.

    Any other ideas?? I am thinking of returning the S9. :(

    thanks

    -Alexandre.

  • agraco Dec 20, 2007

    no luck. i can't count the number of times that I removed the devices, and paired and re-paired.

    thanks for trying...I have given up and will return the S9 this afternoon.

    I will go back to the classic "wired" headphones.

    -Alexandre. :(

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Hi,

To stream music to the S9 the phone needs to support stereo bluetooth or in other words A2DP. The Blackberry 8830 unfortunately doesn't support this and only supports regular mono bluetooth. This is why no music is heard from the S9.

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    Damen Wong Dec 19, 2007

    According to the official Blackberry site the 8830 only supports the regular bluetooth profile and not A2DP. Also, there is no need to set anything to detect a A2DP device. If it supports it, then it will be paired as a stereo bluetooth headset automatically.

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Dec 19, 2007

    I dug around a little deeper and it appears on newer firmware the A2DP function has been added but undocumented. Here is the official update from Blackberry.

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Dec 19, 2007

    Update your phone and the phone and it will work.

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Dec 20, 2007

    Say...did you pair the S9 twice? It needs to be paired as regular headset and then paired as a stereo headset.

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Dec 20, 2007

    I am sorry...maybe the S9 was simply defective.

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