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I also have laptop hp 620 and the jabra bt2080 which are working through a driverless bluetooth usb dongle v2.0 (China) after installing jabra pc suite_2.5.6. It is under my experiment as at the moment only the mic is working when you start windows speech recognition program. i am trying to get it working as playback device to listen music instead of headphone through jack.
Tool; CSR bluetooth dongle 2.0, got from store for only $2.50. Install Toshiba Bluetooth
stack v7.00.10(T) driver Win7x64 (search in google to download the
OFF state of your BH-214, press power button until LED flashes
quickly,do not release the button, stay press until LED
flashes red & blue alternately slowly.On ur PC,->Add new device,
then your PC would detect BH-214 as headset. Work fine with my BH-214 to connect with PC through BTooth dongle (A2DP 1.2
(btooth audio profile) & AVRCP (player navigation control profile))
& at the same time with my phone (HFP, HandsFree profile).
Be sure the the headset in in 'Pairing' mode. When in pairing mode, the light should be flashing red and blue or have a steady blue.
The put most headsets in pairing mode, turn headset OFF, then hold the power button until it goes into pairing mode as discribed above.
Then you can discover it with your phone or PC. Pin (pass key) should be 0000 (4 Zeros) or try 1111, 1234, 9999
I had the same problem, but fixed it. All you have to do is: (I have a Dell Laptop) 1. Go to the control panel 2. Go to the sounds, speech and audio devices 3. You are supposed to see the icon that belongs to your sound card (Mine is SigmaTel Audio), click on it 4. Activate the port where the microphone is connected, close 5. Configure your microphone as you normally would 6. It should work
Is your HP Blue Tooth compatible? Check the specs for your system and see. If it does not say it has Blue Tooth compatibility then you can buy a rather inexpensive Blue Tooth doggle that plugs into one of your USB ports.
i found a solution under the control panel. to configure some settings under the default view of the control panel, use the Ease of Access icon. this does not allow you to see the actual device. by switching to the classic view, use the Speech Recognition Option, which showed that i had 3 microphone drivers installed. all that needed to be done was to select the one i was using as the default.