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Calls not coming through

My bluetooth is paired with my Katana and for some strange reason, I can hear the phone ringing and pick up using my bluetooth but when the person on the other end talks, it doesnt come though the earpiece but through the phone receiver. This has just started happening...any suggestions on what needs to be done?

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  • dntworibhapi Jun 02, 2008

    Hiya mine is doing exactlly the same thing - when i call out its fine but when i recieve a call I can hear it ringing but the speech comes through the phone - any ideas?

  • churtado Jun 18, 2008

    I've been using the H350 with my Treo 650 for about a month without any problems until yesterday.



    All of the suden stopped working. When I get a call I can hear the headset tone but when I answer the sound goes to the phone and not the headset.



    The funny thing is that I can end the call from the headset.



    I have deleted the device and reseted the phone and paired them again put the problem persists.



    Any one as a clue?

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Add me to the list! My headset just started doing the same thing and I can't figure out what to do!

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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