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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.

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Re: Motorola S9 and Blackberry 8830 - LG Prada KE850 Cellular Phone Cell Phones

Ya you are right man go for that

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Re: Motorola S9 and Blackberry 8830


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.

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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